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sidwook

Member Since: August 29, 2006

Country: United States

  • Thanks to Humberto for posting an example. Just in case it isn’t clear to everyone, this block uses the I2C-1 bus on the Edison and not the I2C-6 bus.

  • If anybody is looking to connect this to a Raspberry Pi it’s pretty easy. Use one of the 5V pins from the header to power it, along with ground and then just connect the TX pin of the rfid module to the RX pin on the Pi header. I’ve created a Python module that makes interfacing with the reader quite simple.

  • If anybody is looking to connect this to a Raspberry Pi it’s pretty easy. Use one of the 5V pins from the header to power it, along with ground and then just connect the TX pin of the rfid module to the RX pin on the Pi header. I’ve created a Python module that makes interfacing with the reader quite simple.

  • If anybody is looking to connect this to a Raspberry Pi it’s pretty easy. Use one of the 5V pins from the header to power it, along with ground and then just connect the TX pin of the rfid module to the RX pin on the Pi header. I’ve created a Python module that makes interfacing with the reader quite simple.

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