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Eccel Raspberry Pi Board Enables RFID, NFC Communication
Eccel Technology (also known as IB Technology) has announced its Raspberry Pi Hat RFID/NFC Board (Raspberry Pi-B1 for short). The add-on board is now available for £33 ($43) at RS Components, a U.K.-based distributor of electronics, automation and control components, tools and consumables.
The Raspberry Pi-B1 board provides radio frequency identification and Near Field Communication (NFC) capability at 13.56 MHz, at a range of up to 1 meter (3.3. feet). The device is intended for use with Raspberry Pi-based access-control, resource-management, prepayment-monitoring and storage-management applications.
The Raspberry Pi-B1 comes with 2x configurable pulse-width modulator (PWM) and 4x configurable general-purpose input-output (GPIO) boards with interrupts. It features an analog-to-digital converter, a current-output digital-to-analog converter, comparator functions and an optional AES-128 encryption engine, and can operate in environments ranging from -25 degrees to +85 degrees Celsius (-13 degrees to +185 degrees Fahrenheit).
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