MF RC522

MF RC522 is a highly integrated read and write card chip applied to the 13.56MHz contactless communication. Launched by the NXP Company, it is a low-voltage, low-cost, and small-sized non-contact card chip, a best choice for intelligent instrument and portable handheld devices.

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Arduino RFID Database Security System with ESP8266 ESP-01

“In this article we are going to discuss the designing process of our Arduino Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Database Security System Project. This will walk you through the way I design my own RFID Project that connects to the database …

Access Control System - Everything Can Be Configured Via Web

“In this project, make ESP RFID accsess control board with ESP8266 and RC522. Everything Can Be Configured Via Web UI (IoT) Hi everyone in this project we gonna make ESP RFID accsess control board with ESP8266 and RC522. Access control …

Simple RFID Scanner Battery Powered (MiFare, MFRC522, Oled, Lipo, TP4056)

“In this instructable I show you how I made a simple RFID UID reader which reads the UID of a Mifare RFID card. The program is quite simple and on a breadboard the reader was quickly made. Then I soldered …

Build an RFID Scanner for Blockchain

“Send RFID tag data to the EOS blockchain for novel supply chain, manufacturing, tracking and access control applications. Introduction Take your RFID tracking applications and ideas to a new level by sending the scanned tag data to a global, decentralized …

ESP RFID - Access Control with ESP8266, RC522 PN532 Wiegand RDM6300

“Access Control system using a cheap MFRC522, PN532 RFID, RDM6300 readers or Wiegand RFID readers and Espressif’s ESP8266 Microcontroller. For Users - Minimal effort for setting up your Access Control system, just flash and everything can be configured via Web …

Security Check RFID System Based on Arduino and RS485 Data Bus

“In this DIY guide I will show you how to make your own security check system based on Arduino! You can use this system in areas with security guards (e.g. warehouses, malls, open areas). Every guard will have a …

RC522 and PN532 RFID Basics

“Some time ago I bought three different RFID modules for experimenting. In a previous project I detailed how to use a simple 125-kHz module to do a basic security function. Modules like that use read-only tags so the process is …

Makerspace NFC Part Management System

“Use NFC stickers to track electronic components with the use of a Particle Photon and a database back-end, along with a webpage interface. Imagine being the owner of a makerspace, where it is up to you to organize and track …

RFID Seating Plan

“I wanted to make something special for my wedding tables chart, and I thought this was a good way of making it personal, as it reflects my love (addiction) for electronic projects. So the plan was to make a big …

RFID and Keypad Door lock and Alert System Using Arduino

“Upon scanning the right tag and entering right pass, it will open door and send confirmation message otherwise it will send alert message. In the previous post, you learned about RFID and keypad based door lock system in which you …