13.56Mhz RFID module - IOS/IEC 14443 type a

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Introduction

Model:RFR105A1M


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Specification

  • Model No. RDM880-T-A
  • R/W chip MFRC500,MFRC400,MFRC531,MFRC632
  • Standard ISO/IEC 14443 type a
  • Frequency 13.56MHz
  • Baud Rate 9600-115200bit/s(configurable, default9600)
  • Power supply DC5V(5%)
  • Current <70mA
  • Operating range 30-100mm(reading range depend on antenna and card/tag)
  • interface TTL electrical level
  • Working temperature -10 degree to 70 degree
  • Storage temperature -20 degree to 80 degree
  • Size 39*19*9 mm(DIP28)

Resource

How to buy

Click here to buy: http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/1356mhz-rfid-module-iosiec-14443-type-a-p-196.html

See Also

Other related products and resources.

Licensing

This documentation is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License 3.0 Source code and libraries are licensed under GPL/LGPL, see source code files for details.

External Links

Links to external webpages which provide more application ideas, documents/datasheet or software libraries.

Connecting to an Arduino

The SeeedStudio 13.56Mhz RFID module is an RFID reader capable support ISO14443A, Mifare series card over a serial line. It can easely be attached to an arduino to have RFID fun.


Schematics

       .-----------------------------.
       | [1][2]      [5][4][3][2][1] |
       |  J3              J1         |
       |           RDM880 (top view) |
       |                  J2         |
       |             [5][4][3][2][1] |
       .-----------------------------.
J1:(accessory pins)
  PIN 1 -- LEDG (Green led)
  PIN 2 -- 5V (DC)
  PIN 3 -- GND
  PIN 4 -- LEDR (Red led)
  PIN 5 -- BUZ (Buzzer)

J1 Alt: Note that some units are arranged:

  PIN 1 -- 
  PIN 2 --
  PIN 3 -- LED1 (Green led)
  PIN 4 -- LED2 (RED led)
  PIN 5 -- BUZ (Buzzer)


J2:(Communication using serial 9600 8N1 TTL level)
  PIN 1 -- RESET (pull low to reset e.g. set default baudrate)
  PIN 2 -- RX
  PIN 3 -- TX
  PIN 4 -- GND
  PIN 5 -- 5V (in)

J3:
  PIN 1 -- + Antenna
  PIN 2 -- - Antenna 


Connecting to an Arduino

Use the J2 pin headers to connect 5 volt and the ground as shown in the picture. Connect the TX (Pin 3) to the Arduino digital pin 2 and RX to digital pin 3 as shown bellow. It is not needed to connect the reset as long as you don't change the default connection speed.


Rdm880 bb.png

Software

[PROTOCOL-821-880_2_.pdf] describes the protocol used for now we only created a small program to read the RDIF tag number when pressing enter in the Serial monitor of the Arduino IDE

Warning: when writing your sketches use only system, Type-A and Mifare commands. ISO14443-B and ISO15693 are accepted only by RDM880-T-E (not 'A') reader! And as of today (21 may, 2012) remember that this module does not support anticollision for Mifare cards -- sometimes it tells there's more than one card, but there's no way to address the non-default card. It's a firmware issue, confirmed by manufacturer.


#include <SoftwareSerial.h> 

SoftwareSerial mySerial(2, 3);
char txrxbuffer[255];

char get_readID[] = { 0xAA , 0x00, 0x03, 0x25, 0x26, 0x00, 0x00, 0xBB };
void setup()
{
Serial.begin(57600);
Serial.println("Hit Enter to read the RFID number");
mySerial.begin(9600);
}

void loop() // run over and over
{ 

int counter = 0;
if (mySerial.available())
  Serial.print(mySerial.read(),HEX);

if (Serial.available()){
    Serial.read();
    Serial.println(">");
    for (counter =0 ; counter < 8 ; counter++){
      mySerial.write(get_readID[counter]);
    }
}
}
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