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125Khz/13.56MHZ RFID ID EM/Mifare Card Reader

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125Khz/13.56MHZ RFID ID EM/Mifare Card Reader 125Khz/13.56MHZ RFID ID EM/Mifare Card Reader

125Khz/13.56MHZ RFID ID EM/Mifare Card Reader

125Khz/13.56MHZ RFID ID EM/Mifare Card Reader

Price: $9.62
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Description

125Khz/13.56MHZ RFID ID EM/Mifare Card Reader

Features & Specs:
- Wiegand 26bits/ Wiegand34bits /ABA Standard Format Data Output
- Less than 0.2 second Response Speed
- Less than 0.5 seconds Proximity Time Distance:
- 2-15cm Proximity Range
- Support UEM 4100 ID Card or compatible with it( 64bits, Manchester Code) or Mifare 1 Card (13.56 MHz Frequency)
- -25º C to 75º C Ambient Temperature, 10%-90% Ambient Humidity
- Built-in Antenna
- Built-in LED (Double Color LED)
- Built-in Loud Speaker (Buzzer)
- DC 12V Working Voltage, 70mA Working Current
-100 Meters Communication Distance
- Real Time Data Transfer
- Black Color
- PVC Case Material (Black Resin for Water-Proof Function)
-115mm*75mm*15mm

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  NOT a Mifare reader
Posted by Stijn Sontrop on 05/31/2013, 20:02
Involvement:Expert (understands the inner workings) - Ownership:more than 1 month
Price: *****
Ease of Use: *****
Build Quality: *****
Usefulness: ***
Overall Rating: *****
Pros:Build quality: Good, it's a solid block.
Cons:I thought it did read Mifare as well as 125kHz. Too bad it only supports 125kHz tags.

Please mind that the cable is only 10cm long, so you will have to place the reader on top of a connection box.
Other Thoughts:Connections:
Red: +7-24V
Black: Ground
Green: Data 0
White: Data 1
Orange: Hold
Yellow: Select

You only need to connect supply, ground, data 0 and data 1 to get a working reader. When a tag is presented, it will automatically output data on the 2 data lines.

Detection range is only 1cm.

The buzzer beeps when a tag is presented, meanwhile the led turns to green. I didn't find a way to alter this behaviour (like only turning green when my processor accepted the tag)
Bottomline:Good reader for the money, just think about that it doesn't read Myfare cards.
  This is NOT a MiFARE reader!
Posted by Wade Weppler on 05/08/2013, 02:43
Involvement:Expert (understands the inner workings) - Ownership:1 week to 1 month
Price: *****
Ease of Use: *****
Build Quality: *****
Usefulness: *****
Overall Rating: *****
Pros:- Good build quality. Looks great.
- Compatible with existing Weigand standards
- Works great with 125Khz Cards
Cons:- Does NOT work with MiFARE RFID's. The back label indicates that the device can be EM (125Khz), MiFARE *OR* HID compatible, and only the EM checkbox is checked.
Other Thoughts:- Great choice for 125Khz. Would have been amazing if they really did support MiFARE.
Bottomline:Would buy again, knowing it's only 125Khz.

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