The RFID Module MIFARE RC522 is your go to module to quickly add RFID feature to your project. This module includes 2 tags to use for, a key card and a key chain tag. You may also check on the shop some other available RFID tags. This RFID module runs on 13.56MHz. This also includes headers to solder on to connect easily to your Arduino or microcontroller board. This RFID RC522 has an extensive and well written Arduino library and well supported by the community. You can also find lots of examples on the web.
Check on the Tutorial Guide we made on the links below to get started easily.
RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. It uses short range wireless communication with a reader device and a key device which contains the code to be read by the RFID reader. RFID is best used for attendance monitoring, logging, equipment and vehicle tracking or counting, hobby door lock projects and many more.
Features / Specifications
- Module Name: MF522-ED
- Working current：13—26mA/ DC 3.3V
- Standby current：10-13mA/DC 3.3V
- sleeping current：<80uA
- peak current：<30mA
- Working frequency：13.56MHz
- Card reading distance ：0～60mm（mifare1 card）
- data communication speed：Maximum 10Mbit/s
- Card types supported：mifare1 S50, mifare1 S70, mifare UltraLight,mifare Pro, mifare Desfire
- Working temperature：-20—80 degree
- Storage temperature：-40—85 degree
- Humidity：relevant humidity 5%—95%
- Max SPI speed: 10Mbit/s
Tutorials / Manuals / Documents