RFID Card Reader USB

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The RFID Reader Module USB can be used in a wide variety of hobbyist and commercial applications, including access control, automatic identification
RFID Card Reader USB

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The RFID Reader Module USB can be used in a wide variety of hobbyist and commercial applications, including access control, automatic identification, navigation, inventory tracking and payment systems.

There are a variety of transponder tags that come in different packages. Each tag has a specific range that is within 10% of the given distance for each type of tag. The reason for the 10% is due to environmental conditions and RFID modules.

Key Features:

  • Low-cost method for reading passive RFID EM4100 family transponder tags
  • 2400 baud serial interface through USB virtual COM port
  • Enable input allows module to be enabled/disabled by software
  • Bi-color LED for visual indication of status
  • Easy USB connection to PC
  • Powered by USB (no external power required)

Application Ideas:

  • Access Control
  • Inventory Control
  • Navigation

Notes:

  • No tags are included with the RFID Reader Module USB.  
  • Note: A USB-A to Mini-B cable is required for connection to the PC.
  • There are a variety of transponder tags that come in different packages. Each tag has a specific range that is within 10% of the given distance for each type of tag. The reason for the 10% is due to environmental conditions and RFID modules.

Details

  • Reads 125 kHz Tags, EM41000 Family
  • Power requirements: 5 VDC (powered by USB port)
  • Communication: 2400 bps serial through virtual COM port
  • Dimensions: 2.45" W x 3.25" H (62.2mm W x 82.5mm)
  • Operating temp range: +32°F to +158°F (0°C to +70°C)

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Additional Information

SKU ES000638
Manufacturer Parallax

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