OEM LEGIC RFiD Advant reader/writer

13.04.2010

Q-PRODUCTS offers the new OEM LEGIC advant module based on multi-standard SC2560 chipset. The reader module provide standard RS232 interface. Digital output is also avalaible on connector.
                        

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An optional small module with 16-bit PIC processor can modify output string for customized applications. Also beep, LED blink and more additional functionalities are possible.

Specification for OEM LEGIC Advant Reader:

Frequency:                  13.56 MHz
Antena:                         bulit-in
Operating Distance:  up to 6 cm, depending on tag
Interface:                      Service Interface RS232 9600/19200 Bd
                                        Host Interface RS232 9600/19200/38400/57600/115200 Bd
Power requirements:  4.5 – 5.5V DC
                                          Current Consumption 215mA max.
Checksum:                    8 bit LRC/16 bit CRC
RF Interface:                 ISO 15693, ISO 14443 A, LEGIC RF Standard
EEPROM:                      4KB

Adobe Acrobat PDF  OEM.LEGIC.Advant.Reader.Datasheet  (English)

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