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Description: RFID (radio-frequency identification) is the wireless non-contact use of radio-frequency electromagnetic fields, for the purposes of identifying and tracking tags attached to objects. This is the ID-12LA, a very simple to use RFID reader module from ID Innovations. With a built in antenna, the only holdup is the 2mm pin spacing (breakout board available below). Power the module, hold up a 125kHz card, and get a serial string output containing the unique ID of the card.

The new ID-12LA is essentially the same as the ID-12, but has a lower voltage input. 

Features:

  • 2.8 - 5V supply
  • 125kHz read frequency
  • EM4001 64-bit RFID tag compatible
  • 9600bps TTL and RS232 output
  • Magnetic stripe emulation output
  • 120mm read range

Dimensions: 25x26mm

Documents:

Replaces: SEN-8419

 

Comments 5 comments

  • HI, this reader supports 125khz EM4100 64bit tag RFID?

  • Hi, that is so compatible with arduino uno and visual studio? any tutorial you refer me?

  • I just uploaded the kicad symbol and footprint for kicad to kicadcloud.com

  • How about putting this on a PCB with FTDI FT312 so that Android users can access it directly?

  • The reader transmits six ‘255’.

    Once in a blue moon I can get it to actually transmit an actual ID, eg. 2364630303543433238313730DA3.

    I’m certain the wiring is fine. 3.3 v to Vcc on pin 11 and GND to pin 1.The tx pin (9) is hooked up to one of the uart ports on a teensy.

    How can I get the reader to ALWAYS transmit a proper tag ID instead of a bunch of nothing?


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