RFID sensor manual - new version

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RFID sensor

General info

Using the RFID sensor you can create puzzles that require putting objects in right places to open the electromagnet. The controller can be hidden easily in specific places or elements of decoration.

RFID sensors cannot work through a metal surface.

The maximum load of the feeback connector is 50 mA. If you want to connect something with a higher current load, connect an external power supply - then the maximum load is 1A.

Step 1

Connect the RFID sensor to the Universal puzzle controller via included Ethernet cable.

Step 2

Connect the Universal puzzle controller to a power supply.

Step 3

Put an RFID object on the sensor. It triggers with the included card, tag, and sticker, and its red diode lights up.

Step 4

If you want to register any other RFID object, put it on the sensor and press the teaching button. To clear the sensor’s memory, hold the button until the diode blinks three times.

Step 5

RFID sensor - sensing range

The RFID sensor can register up to twelve RFID items and you can use all of them! What’s more, if you have your own RFID items, you can easily register them with one push of the teaching button!

The sensing range for the RFID objects (tested through plywood) are as follows:

  • 30 mm for an RFID card
  • 18 mm for an RFID sticker
  • 12 mm for an RFID tag.

RFID parameters:

13.56MHz - ISO14443A