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  • posted byblTb86 on 09/15/2014

    Pros: Compatible with Arduino, if you are using a third-party library. Very fast response time and good sensitivity. Set includes blank card and a sturdy key chain tag. Right now I am using it in my new project: RFID-based power switch for my cubietruck. Cons: none Read more


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  • posted bynoysh2 on 08/23/2014

    La tarjeta funciona muy bien conjunto con Arduino o Funduino en su defecto. El bajo costo lo hace muy atractivo. No tiene marca reconocida pero cumple con su funcion por eso no le pongo 5 estrellas. Se demora en llegar a Chile 1 mes aproximadamente. La tarjeta o circuito la verdad es que es muy pequeña en cuanto a tamaño, incluso la tarjeta RFID Blanca ... Read more


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  • posted bycmozz on 06/27/2014

    The cost of this board is fantastic. I've used several other RFID boards, from the ID-12 and SLO18/30 and I like all of them for functionality - but this one is such a great price. Also fantastic that it comes with 2 tags. Had more difficulty using with other boards such as the Mini and Pro Mini, Teensy... still working out the issue but it worked straight ... Read more

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  • posted bymr22turbo on 04/12/2014

    Great price, easy to use! Got it working in a few minutes. One small note the pin marked SDA is pin SS in the RC522 library. One small con the pin markings are quite small. I used the RC522 library (https://github.com/miguelbalboa/rfid) to connect it to my Arduino. Comes with one card and a key tag, they both work and use an older style 4byte UID. I ... Read more

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  • posted byyimbo on 11/29/2013

    Bough it for my DIY project and it works great. It has good reading range even through plastic box I put it into. The pins are clearly labeled and you can choose which pins (straight or bended) you use. Side with visible antena have also unfortunatelly soldered all the resistors/capacitors atd, so you cannot minimize distance if you intend to cover ... Read more

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  • posted bymadness2013 on 10/13/2013

    very good price , good quality .. there is a library for using with arduino ! data sheet is available on the net .. small size . not soldering !! may it hard for beginners ! a few project available in the net ! not much support programing in SPI , it's hard to me if you want easy coding , you should use lower frequency RFID model but it will be in High ... Read more

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