ELB149C5M. 125K RFID Reader

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lesizz
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Which products/projects are your favorite?: Regarding the RDM6300 RFID module. It has a bi-state LED output, which I assume responds to the receipt of a valid code. Is the LED output normally low and high when a code is received? Or vice-versa?
Also, there is an on-board LED. Does this LED respond to a code receipt, or is it just a power monitor?
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ELB149C5M. 125K RFID Reader

Post by lesizz » Tue Jan 15, 2013 1:36 pm

Just wanted to note one thing I found out experimentally.
One can make his own antenna for this unit by winding an air-core coil that has 450-500 microhenries. However doing this accurately requires an inductance bridge.

I have access to one at work so I was able to make an antenna with a 10" diameter.

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Re: ELB149C5M. 125K RFID Reader

Post by Jacket Chen » Wed Jan 23, 2013 9:29 am

Sounds good.Could you show us some pictures about your experiment here.
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