Hey guys I'm back with a second version of the code for an RFID scanner! This scanner is a great way to use your cards by holding values, balances, securities and many different things for RFID cards!

Entry Robot Challenge age group 13-17

Step 1: Supplies

one RFID made circuit (version one) or you could follow the circuit diagram here. Read the big box which is a note, it is important.
<p>hey .i'm working with arduino mega 2560 I need to know how to work with RC522 and RCI with my arduino .<br>so please help me.tq :)</p>
<p>http://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-RC522-RFID-Door-Unlock/ </p>
<p>hello.. i need ur help.. iam a newbie in arduino world. and i have to do project for rfid register attendance using arduino. may i know this code are suitable for my project ? i will use existing card exmple student card..i need ur response as soon as possible..tq :)</p>
<p>Yes this is suitable for your project. What kind of arduino do you own? If you own an Ethernet you can send Card data to a server, and grab time from that server too, to check if the student was tardy, absent, or early.But if you only need one card to work with, then you can use this just to check if the student &quot;scanned&quot; his card. Good luck, if you need any more help feel free to email me @ newtonlabs@bellsouth.net</p>
Could you tell me what arduino do you have to use and does the computer have to be connected at the time of the reading
Well, I was using the Arduino Uno, The Arduino reads the RFID READER and you do not really need to have the computer connected for this to work.
And could you also make a video please

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