Easy-to-Use NFC Reader for Raspberry PiDesigned by CognIoT, Ships from United Kingdom
CognIoT continues the theme of offering a great OOB (out of box) experiences for Pi based RFID readers. Just plug the NFC reader into your Pi and it will be reading tags even before you have run an...Read More…
CognIoT continues the theme of offering a great OOB (out of box) experiences for Pi based RFID readers. Just plug the NFC reader into your Pi and it will be reading tags even before you have run any software on the Pi. Add software (example code provided) to turn your Pi unto a powerful NFC reader and interact with tags or NFC enabled phones.
The Pi sends high level commands to the reader making it quick and simple to build your NFC application. Sample commands are Read UID, Card Status, Read/Write blocks and Type Identification.
The NFC reader from CognIoT supports the most common NFC format often referred to as NFC type 2, Ultralight, MiFare or NTGA2. These are based on the ISO14443A standard that operates at 13.56MHz.
Key Features. Great OOB (out-of-box) experience - Reader works without the need for low level drivers to be downloaded and compiled. Complete read and write solution for the most widely used NFC cards and tags. > Mifare standard 1k card (MF1 IC S50 transponder) and equivalents. > Mifare standard 4k card (MF1 IC S70 transponder). > Mifare Ultralight card (MF0 IC U1 transponder). > NTAG2 family of cards and tags. > Mifare ProX, Smart MX (JCOP) dual-interface card types are supported to allow single or double UID to be acquired and “Mifare” operations performed across the contactless interface. DESFire, Mifare PLUS supported for serial number acquisition. Data transfer at 106KBaud. Typical read/modify/write operating in about 100ms.Range of up to 8cm. LED indicates tag read. Optional Beep signal available to provide audible feedback of a read/write.
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