RFID (radio-frequency identification) is the wireless non-contact use of radio-frequency electromagnetic fields, for the purposes of identifying and tracking tags attached to objects. This is the ID-12LA, a very simple to use RFID reader module from ID Innovations. With a built in antenna, the only holdup is the 2mm pin spacing. Power the module, hold up a 125kHz card, and get a serial string output containing the unique ID of the card.Note: The new ID-12LA is essentially the same as the ID-12, but has a lower voltage input.Features:2.8 - 5V supply125kHz read frequencyEM4001 64-bit RFID tag compatible9600bps TTL and RS232 outputMagnetic stripe emulation output120mm read rangeDimensions: 25x26mmDocuments:Datasheetmbed RFID Twitter projectmbed Examplebildr Tutorial
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