The RaspberryPi-B1 module is an expansion of the RFID B1 module – the second in an evolving family of 13.56 MHz sub assemblies from Eccel Technology Ltd (IB Technology). The product is designed with both embedded applications and computing / PLC platforms in mind. This product is an ideal design choice if the user wishes to add RFID capability to their design quickly and without requiring extensive RFID and embedded software expertise and time. An on board low power ARM microcontroller handles the RFID configuration setup and provides the user with a powerful yet simple command interface to facilitate fast and easy read/write access to the memory and features of the various transponders supported by this module. This device is designed to be compatible with the Raspberry Pi Hat standard.
Complete Evaluation and Software Development Board for the RFID-B1 module (supporting ISO 14443A, MIFARE Classic® 1K, MIFARE Classic® 4K, MIFARE Ultralight®, NTAG2xx® card/tag types). This board is also suitable for use as a standalone OEM reader/writer product of these transponder types.
A1/B1 Extension Board£1.84
The A1/B1 EB v2.0 is an Extension Board (EB) for our RFID modules: the RFID A1 and RFID B1. The user can quickly connect our RFID modules to his device and check functionality and compatibility without wasting time in antenna design and tuning. The A1/B1 EB is simply a board with a built-in PCB antenna where the user can solder our RFID modules and test them. The read range with MIFARE Classic 1K ISO card is about 50 mm. All available pins of both modules are placed on the board with descriptions. There is also LED1 (green) which indicates a tag presence in the antenna field.
The board does NOT come with any RFID-A1 or RFID-B1 module fitted. The user must purchase these separately and attach the desired module(s) to the A1/B1 EB by soldering.
The A1-B1 Baseboard is a low cost and powerful evaluation/development platform for both the RFID-A1 and RFID-B1 modules. The user can switch between which module to connect to and can switch between the onboard PCB antenna or an external antenna such as our 1-RFID-ANT1356 family. Connection to a PC is via a Micro USB B connector and the device driver for the Microchip chipset on board appears as a virtual COM port in Windows operating systems. There are connectors for development of applications using the A1 and B1 I/O lines including peripherals such as ADC, DAC and PWM, and useful components to connect such as LEDs, Buzzer, a potentiometer and a switch. The board does not come with either A1 or B1 modules fitted, in order to keep the cost as low as possible and allow the user to choose either or both modules to fit.
RWD QT SMT Baseboard
The RWD QT SMT Baseboard is a demonstration, evaluation and development board for the RWD-QT-SMT module. It is a complete reader and tag acceptance solution for passive RF transponders. The board is powered from the USB connection and, with the addition to it of a RWD-QT-LP-SMT, is a fully featured 125KHz RFID read/write system. The RWD module provides internal EEPROM memory for holding a list of authorised identity codes and system configuration parameters, a manual override switch facility and has LED drives to give visual indication of acceptance. The RWD also has a serial UART interface that allows a host system to communicate with it as the user requires, so that system features can be customised, configurations changed and tag read/write data handled by the host system. The board does NOT come with a RWD-QT-LP-SMT module, this must be purchased separately.
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