PN532 NFC/RFID Shield for Arduino (Breakout Board) V1.6
Have you plans to create a project incorporating the NFC or RFID technology? Then you’ll probably find this NFC/RFID module, based on the PN352 chip, extremely useful. The chip is already found in lots of mainstream devices using near field communication, or NFC.
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PN352 NFC/RFID module: 2 wireless communication systems
You’re probably already familiar with the devices that read information stored on an RFID tag. The NFC technology is an extension of these RFID modules, allowing you to exchange information between two phones placed one next to the other, or between any other devices equipped with the technology.
The PN352 NFC module therefore plays two roles – it’s both an NFC reader and an RFID reader, able to decrypt data created using both these technologies.
Learn more about the PN532 NFC/RFID Shield for Arduino in this video presentation
PN352 NFC/RFID reader: an ultra-flexible module
The PN352 module for Arduino allows you to use a wide variety of communication protocols:
- A 3.3V TTL UART connection (regardless of baud rate);
- The I2C or SPI protocols; or
- You can use the FTDI header supplied to establish a connection with an FTDI adapter or cable in order to use the Libnfc development platform on Linux, Mac or Windows.
Technical specifications of the PN532 NFC/RFID Shield
- 13.56 MHz stripline antenna
- 2.54 mm header
- 2 jumpers/shunts
- 4050 level shifter chip
- Includes a 13.56 MHz 1 K RFID card
- Dimensions: 51 × 117.7 × 1.1 mm
- I2C address: 0 x 48 (7-bit)