We tested this RFID tag with one of our ID-12LA readers and measured a maximum read distance of about 10mm.
This new revision uses SMD headers for the RFID module, and has a solder jumper which allows you to disable or enable the buzzer.
This tag has a diameter of 30mm with a 5mm hole in the center and an overall thickness of 2.25mm. It works with MIFARE® 13.56 MHz compatible readers.
This tag has a diameter of 13mm and an overall thickness of about 2mm. They are also waterproof for use in laundry. It works with MIFARE® 13.56 MHz compatible readers.
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These paper-thin EPCglobal Gen2 tags work with our Simultaneous RFID reader. The tags can read and be written to — and also have a kill feature. Each tag comes with a TID (Truly Unique ID) that can’t be changed, but there’s plenty of memory for you to write and read from.
With the Arduino shield footprint, you can connect this directly to an Arduino-compatible board, or a different microcontroller. You can also connect directly to your computer using the FTDI header on the board and read data using the Universal Reader Assistant.
These paper-thin, adhesive EPCglobal Gen2 tags work with our Simultaneous RFID reader and can be stuck to practically anything you can imagine. The tags can read and be written to — and also have a kill feature. Each tag comes with a TID (Truly Unique ID) that can’t be changed, but there’s plenty of memory for you to write and read from.
This is a very simple 1m long TNC to RP-SMA cable. We like to use this cable to connect our ultra high-frequency RFID antennas to an equally powerful reader board. This cable is perfect for extending pre-existing cables to give yourself a better range of operations when managing your RFID projects.
Only kidding. RFID is useful for sensing and identifying tagged people and objects for access control, automation and a whole range of different applications. This basic RFID tag works in the 125kHz RF range and comes with a unique 40-bit ID. It is not reprogrammable.
This is a unique board recommended by a SparkFun customer. When playing with microSD, you sometimes need to view what the SPI traffic is doing, whether for hacking or debugging. The SparkFun microSD Sniffer allows you to hook up an external device, such as a logic analyzer or microcontroller, to view what signals are being passed back and forth.
The SMB130 is a 28 pin DIP module that includes all necessary components for a 13.56 MHz RFID MIFARE®, aside from a PCB antenna.
Note: The new ID-20LA is essentially the same as the older ID-20, but has a lower input voltage.
Note: The new ID-3LA is essentially the same as the ID-2, but has a lower voltage input.
This breakout board’s edges actually fit flush within the under side the ID-12LA. The board also works with the ID-20LA, but is smaller than the edges. As stated before each pin of the RFID reader has been broken out including: VCC, READ, D0, D1, FORM, TIR, CP, both ANTs, RES, and GND. We’ve even added four half-mounting holes to the board to...
This tag is transparent and has a diameter of 25mm and an overall thickness of about 0.7mm. It works with MIFARE® 13.56 MHz compatible readers.
This tag has an adhesive backing and a diameter of 30mm with an overall thickness of 0.4mm. It works with MIFARE® 13.56 MHz compatible readers.
Note: The new ID-12LA is essentially the same as the ID-12, but has a lower voltage input.
The Firefly Jar Kit uses our LilyTwinkle board with a handful of sewable LilyPad LEDs, all on a ProtoSnap board, to fill a felt jar with shining, twinkling fireflies (or lightning bugs… whatever you call them)
We tested this RFID tag with one of our ID-12 readers and measured a maximum read distance of about 32mm.