Compact RFID readers

Posted on Saturday, December 3rd, 2011 in parts by DP

Here are some compact 125KHz RFID readers with built in antennas. They require no external components what so ever to function. It uses a 2 wire interface supporting ASCII, Magnetic ABA, and Wiegand26 formats. Being priced at around 20 euros doesn’t make them cheap.

Via Electronics-Lab.

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