Arduino - RFID Tag Reader/Manager

Introduction: Arduino - RFID Tag Reader/Manager

About: A curious man tha wants to change the world

Manage your RFID tags with this simple and powerful app!

You can create systems to use your tags however you like!

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Step 1: Materials

To this project, I have used an Arduino Nano and a RFID-RC522 module.

Nano V3.0 Mini USB ATmega328 - http://www.ebay.com/itm/131273586700

Mifare RC522 Card Read Antenna RFID Reader IC Card Proximity Module - http://www.ebay.com/itm/130892542303

Step 2: Conection

You need to connect the module with the Arduino

Module -> Arduino

3.3v -> 3.3v

RST -> Pin 05

GND -> GND

MISO -> Pin 12

MOSI -> Pin 11

SCK -> Pin 13

SDA -> Pin 10

Step 3: The Sketch

I found this sketch on the web. You can use any sketch to send the tag key to serial.

Attachments

Step 4: The App

The app is very simple. You only need to select the COM port and connect.

All data are saved in the entry folder.

Download the app on GitHub - https://github.com/LFSousa/RFIDTagReader

Have Fun!

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    4 Discussions

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    KirkV5
    KirkV5

    2 years ago

    this looks very nice but when you download the application it is only source files. i have to compile this myself? you dont have an exe for it anywhere?

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    LuisFilipe
    LuisFilipe

    Reply 2 years ago

    You can run the debug file directly, it's in https://github.com/LFSousa/RFIDTagReader/blob/master/Source/RFIDTagReader/bin/Debug/RFIDTagReader.exe

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    LuisFilipe
    LuisFilipe

    4 years ago

    Sorry, the app is to Windows. It's open source. Made in C#. I will update this project.