RobotGeek TeamWade Filewich
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RFID Door Lock with Arduino

Here we are with the classic RFID door lock. It's classic in that whole. We live in the future and take it for granted at this point.

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RFID Door Lock with Arduino

Things used in this project

Hardware components

RobotGeek RFIDuino Shield
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RobotGeek Geekduino
RobotGeek Geekduino
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RobotGeek Relay
RobotGeek Relay
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Electric Strike Plate
×1
RobotGeek 300mm 3-pin Sensor Cable 10 pack
×1
RobotGeek 6V/2A Power Supply
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RobotGeek 12V/5A Power Supply
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RobotGeek Micro USB Cable
×1
RobotGeek RFID Tags (EM4102)
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RobotGeek Panel Mount Dual Power Cable
×1
Arduino UNO
Arduino UNO
OPTION: Can be used in place of Geekduino
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Code

Code snippet #9

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byte keyTag[NUMBER_OF_CARDS][5] ={
{0,0,0,0,0},  //Tag 1 //commenting each tag with a description can help you keep track of them
{0,0,0,0,0},  //Tag 2
{0,0,0,0,0}, //Tag 3
{0,0,0,0,0},//Tag 4
}; 		

Code snippet #10

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byte keyTag[NUMBER_OF_CARDS][5] ={
{77,0,44,22,242},  //Tag 1 //commenting each tag with a description can help you keep track of them
{200,1,4,98,236},  //Tag 2
{23,64,4,25,1}, //Tag 3
}; 		

Credits

RobotGeek Team

RobotGeek Team

35 projects • 178 followers
The RobotGeek team is a 6-man operation that wants to make it even easier to use Arduino to make electronics and robots.
Wade Filewich

Wade Filewich

35 projects • 85 followers
Hi, I'm Wade, and I'm Projects and Marketing for RobotGeek/Trossen Robotics. I spend all of my free time making things and lying on the floor crying.

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