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Do you want to know the work of RFID Reader/Writer RC522 SPI S50 CARD AND KEYCHAIN, then this Product is best for you . With this Product, you can detect radio waves produced by a reader to detect the presence of (then read the data stored on) an RFID tag
This is RFID Reader/Writer RC522 SPI S50 CARD AND KEYCHAIN which works on non-contact 13.56mhz communication, is designed by NXP as low power consumption, low cost, and compact size read and write chip, is the best choice in the development of smart meters and portable hand-held devices.
It uses an advanced modulation system, fully integrated at 13.56MHz with all kinds of positive non-contact communication protocols. Support 14443A compatible answer signal. DSP deals with ISO14443A frames and error correction.
This module can fit directly in handheld devices for mass production. The module uses the 3.3V power supply and can communicate directly with any CPU board by connecting through the SPI protocol, which ensures reliable work, good reading distance.
1 x RFID-RC522 Reader/Write Module
This is a Chinese version of ATmega328P-PU IC which also known as ATmega328P-U. So you may receive IC with printed name ATmega328P-U.
The ATMEGA328P- U is a low-power CMOS 8-bit microcontroller based on the AVR enhanced RISC architecture. By executing powerful instructions in a single clock cycle, the ATmega328P-PU achieves throughputs approaching 1 MIPS per MHz allowing the system designer to optimize power consumption versus processing speed.
The AVR core combines a rich instruction set with 32 general purpose working registers. All the 32 registers are directly connected to the Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU), allowing two independent registers to be accessed in one single instruction executed in one clock cycle. The resulting architecture is more code efficient while achieving throughputs up to ten times faster than conventional CISC microcontrollers.
The ATmega328P-PU AVR is supported with a full suite of program and system development tools including C Compilers, Macro Assemblers, Program Debugger/Simulators, In-Circuit Emulators, and Evaluation Kits.
Note: The available IC model for this type is ATMEGA328P U.
High Performance, Low Power Design:
8-Bit Microcontroller Atmel® AVR® advanced RISC architecture
I/O and Package:
Low power consumption mode at 1.8V, 1 MHz and 25°C:
1 x ATmega328P-U PDIP-28 Microcontroller
Mega 2560 is an Arduino board based on ATmega2560. It is one of the most advanced ATmega based Arduinos in terms of processor. It has 54 digital I/O pins. 14 of them can be used as PWM outputs. It has 16 analog inputs, 4 UART (serial ports), 16 MHz crystal oscillator, USB connection, adapter input, ICSP output and a reset button. With the Mega 2560 R3 model, the 16U2 model was used instead of the 8U2 model in the previous versions. In this way, faster data transfer is achieved using less memory.
Arduino Mega 2560 can be powered from USB and an external adapter or battery. The power source is selected automatically. The board can be fed from an external source between 6-20V. If the supply is below 7V, the 5V output pin cannot give 5V and the board may work unbalanced. If an external power source higher than 12V is used, the voltage regulator may overheat and damage the board. It is recommended to use 7-12 Volts.
It is an open source development platform. You can easily program microcontrollers with Arduino libraries. Thanks to its analog and digital inputs, you can process analog and digital data. You can easily design systems that can interact with its environment. You can design systems by processing the received data using sensors. You can make new hardware with the outputs of the systems you designed.
Arduino Uno is one of the most popular development platforms. Although it is the most widely used among Arduino motherboards, this product is the clone version.
There are two different versions of the product. In this version, the CH340 IC is used. Another feature is the atmega328 microcontroller with the arduino bootloader installed on this card as SMD. In other clone options, it is possible to remove the microcontroller from the card. However, since this situation increases the cost of the product, the price increases.
Arduino is the most affordable and easy to use model for beginners.
Arduino Uno – R3 SMD model, unlike the original Arduino models, comes with a USB cable as a gift.
R3 is also referred to as REV3. It is the 3rd revision and the most recent revision of the card.
Although there is no difference in working principle, it may require installing a driver for the CH340 IC in order to connect it to your computer on devices under Windows7. Since it is a clone product, it is very advantageous in price.
Arduino Nano is a small motherboard based on the ATmega328P. It has about the same features as the Arduino Duemilanove, only it lacks a DC power jack. Arduino IDE application is needed
In this clone version of Arduino Nano board, CH340 IC is used instead of Standard FTDI or 16U2 chips.
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