3d Printer Arduino Uno Case With Rfid
This was a prototype RFID reader and writer module for a DC tool controller. It also converts TTL to RS232C. Notwithstanding you can utilise if for any Arduino projection that uses the Ladyada RFID shield for the Arduino UNO. it has mounts that permit mounting on walls etc. You can modify information technology for whatever purpose such as RFID door access.
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