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The RC522 RFID Module is a versatile and compact device designed for radio-frequency identification (RFID) applications. Equipped with the highly integrated MFRC522 chip, this module allows you to communicate with RFID cards and tags, enabling secure access control, identification, and tracking in various projects. The RC522 module provides a simple and efficient way to integrate RFID technology into your applications, whether you're building a door access system, attendance tracker, or inventory management solution.
Specificatoins of RC522 RFID Reader/Writer Module - 13.56MHz, SPI Interface:
- Chipset: MFRC522
- Operating Frequency: 13.56 MHz
- Communication: SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface)
- Read/Write Range: Up to a few centimeters
- Supported RFID Cards: MIFARE Classic, MIFARE Ultralight, etc.
- Data Transfer Rate: Up to 10 Mbps
- Operating Voltage: 3.3V (5V tolerant inputs)
- Antenna: Built-in PCB antenna for reliable communication
Features of RC522 RFID Reader/Writer Module - 13.56MHz, SPI Interface:
- RFID Communication: The RC522 RFID Module supports communication with various RFID cards and tags, enabling secure and contactless data exchange for access control, identification, and tracking purposes.
- Wide Compatibility: With support for popular RFID card types like MIFARE Classic and MIFARE Ultralight, this module offers compatibility with a variety of RFID-enabled devices.
- SPI Interface: The Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) communication protocol simplifies the integration of the module with microcontrollers, allowing for straightforward data exchange.
- Usage Tip:
- When integrating the RC522 RFID Module into your project, ensure that the module's antenna is properly positioned and oriented for optimal communication range. Install the required libraries and refer to example code or documentation to understand how to interface with and control the module.
- Avoid exposing the module to electrostatic discharge (ESD) or water, as these factors could potentially damage the module's components. Exercise caution when handling the module to prevent damage to the pins or antenna.