Introduction: Interface the Rfid Module With Arduino
Do the connection by following the pinout connections mentioned in the above picture.
Here I used an Arduino UNO board along with RFID module.
Step 1: Connect LED for Indication Purpose
I'm using a visual indication i.e. LED.
Here I connected a red LED at digital pin 8 of Arduino UNO. The long pin of LED is +ve ,which is connected to digital pin 8 of Arduino UNO, and the - ve terminal will be connect to GND of Arduino UNO.
Step 2: Time Measure Using Rfid RC522
Many times you may want to record the 'ON' & 'OFF' time of machine or any equipment.
Here, we are using RFID to control access to the machine/system as well record the operation time.
Basically RFID used for turn on a system using it's UID code identification. RFID tags and keychains are used for punching the rfid reader.
What we need:
- RC522 module
- Jumper wire
- Led(for indication)
- Arduino UNO
- Relay(5 volt)
Step 3: Connect the Relay
I've connect a relay for switching purpose. The " +ve terminal of DC output/ circuit " pin connect to relay connect to 5 volt of arduino UNO & "-ve terminal of DC output/ circuit" pin of the relay connect to the digital pin 4 of UNO.
COMMON and NC will link the main supply + ve terminal of supply voltage
and the supply -ve terminal will directly connect to the gnd of supply voltage.
Connect transistor emitter pin to arduino digital pin 4.
Step 4: Upload the Code
Here in this code I attach red LED +ve pin to 8 pin of Arduino UNO.
Here I'm giving 5 volt supply of relay from Arduino UNO., and connecting the relay's " relay's -ve terminal from DC supply" pin I'm connect to 4 pin of Arduino UNO.
When the digital output come from pin number 4 is 'LOW', the power supply will go to relay ; otherwise not.
Now attach this controller with your system/machine which you want to provide restricted access.
Step 5: Let's Check
You can check the time from serial moniter.
Here the 1st line denotes Hour and 2nd line is denoting the munite.