The RFID board module with integrated antenna for space-saving installation
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In use worldwide.
The MDE-ABCM6 board module with integrated antenna as well as USB and RS-232 interface is perfectly suitable as RFID / NFC reader module for installation. Easy commissioning, absolute reliability and stability in use.
SDK and program examples available free of charge.
For NFC developers we provide a special SDK.
The MDE-ABCM6 RFID module is also available as HID version. Just hold a RFID card in front of the module and the ID or data from encrypted blocks will be transmitted like a keyboard input.
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The MDE-ABCM6 RFID module for space-saving installation in electric charging stations
The MDE-ABCM6 is a compact 13.56 Mhz RFID module with small dimensions of 43.5 mm x 32 mm x 5mm. It is suitable for a wide range of applications. Typical use cases are:
- Access control
- Identification systems
- Payment systems
Small and unobtrusive, it can also be used to retrofit RFID technology into existing systems.
Via its integrated antenna, the MDE-ABCM6 establishes contactless contact with ISO 14443 A/B and ISO 18092 (NFC) transponders.
The module allows full read and write access to Mifare Classic® 1K + 4K, Mifare ultralight®, Mifare Plus®, Mifare DESFire®, NTAG® and many more.
The reading distance is usually 2 – 5 cm.
NFC Peer to Peer (P2P) communication is also possible with a speed of up to 424 kbps.
The current status of the MDE-ABCM6 module is displayed via 2 LEDs. For the communication with the host 2 interfaces are available, which can be used alternatively. In addition, a 4-pin Molex socket for USB 2.0 (12 Mbps) and a 5-pin Molex socket for RS 232 connection (115200 bps) are available on the board.
(115200 bps) are available. The communication protocol is PC/SC or a proprietary protocol.
Included is the free SDK (Software Development Kit) with Windows and Linux support. A complete documentation and the user programs “DualCard” and “NFC Manger” additionally facilitate the commissioning of the module and the programming.
With the help of the optional USB cable, the user can, almost in “Plug & Play” procedure, connect the module and test the functions. The monitor function in the DualCard software logs the data traffic between the host computer and the DE-ABCM6 RFID module, which is very helpful for own software developments.
For the advanced user there is also a FDK (Firmware Development Kit) available to create own firmware.
The MDE-ABCM6 module can be used in the same way as the QDE-ABCM6 module.