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Phidgets RFID Reader / Writer Reading and writing of RFID tags up to 6cm compatible with EM4100 / ISO11785 FDX-B two digital outputs +5V and LED

Item number: PHI-1024_0

EAN: 4251326825303

Read and write RFID tags at a distance of up to 6 cm. Supports the EM4100 series, ISO11785 FDX-B and our own PhidgetTag protocols.


112,84 €

including 19% VAT. , plus shipping (Standard)

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The PhidgetRFID Read-Write reads RFID tags that are brought directly to the reader and returns the tag identification number. Writing data to T5577 tags is also supported.

RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) systems use data strings stored in RFID tags to uniquely identify people or objects when their tags are scanned by an RFID reader. This type of system can be found in many applications such as passport protection, animal identification, inventory control systems and secure access control systems.

The PhidgetRFID Read-Write supports reading and writing in 3 protocols: EM4100, ISO11785 FDX-B and PhidgetTag. The PhidgetTag protocol simply stores up to 24 ASCII characters on the tag, eliminating the need for a table with the corresponding tag numbers and names in your program. Phidgets sells EM4100 read-only tags that can be read with one of our RFID readers, and writeable tags that can be written to the 1024 with any protocol. All third party EM4100 or ISO11785 tags can be read. Because passive tags require a strong RF field, their effective range is limited to an area immediately adjacent to the RFID reader. The distance at which the RFID tag can be used is affected by, among other things, the shape and size of the tag, the materials used in the vicinity of the reader, and the alignment of the reader and tag to each other and their operating environment. The smaller a tag, the closer it must be to the reader to operate it.

The 1024 has two digital outputs labeled "+5V" and "LED". These work like all other Phidgets Inc. digital outputs, except that the "+5V" output has a higher rated current. You can use these outputs to have an LED or a buzzer that indicates when a read tag has taken place.

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