RFID 13.56 MHz/NFC Module for Arduino
What use would your RFID boards be without a matching module? This one is compatible with Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel Galileo [XBee Socket]. No more excuses for postponing your next IoT project!DISCONTINUATED ARTICLE
RFID 13.56 MHz module: ultra-compatible in read/write mode
An RFID 13.56 MHz module that’s compatible with your NFC tags, that’s all very well, but an RFID 13.56 MHz module for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel Galileo [XBee Socket],that’s really better – especially as this module also offers excellent compatibility with the various standards applied to RFID boards. Basically, you just need to make a choice: your new RFID/NFC module will do the rest!
Connecting the RFID module to your microcontroller
Before exploring the virtually infinite possibilities offered by the RFID technology (LBS systems, contactless payment, security systems, apps for smartphones, etc.), let’s start with the beginning.
How do you connect your module to your microcontroller? Well, you’ll need an XBee shield for your Arduino, and a Raspberry Pi to Arduino connection bridge if you’re in love with the good old raspberry. In any case, the good news is that no welding is necessary!
Technical specifications of the 88099 NFC/RFID Module
- PN532 chip by NXP
- Compatibility: read/write mode supporting ISO 14443A / MIFARE / FeliCaTM / NFCIP-1 standards
- Distance: 5 cm
- Max. capacity: 4 KB
- Compatible RFID tags: cards, key rings, stickers
Resources for the RFID 88099 module
Not so fast! Are you sure to know everything you need to understand how your RFID 13.56 MHz module works?