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Family Of Transponder Readers And Writers Supports CAN Bus, USB, I2C, SPI, UART

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ELATEC TWN4 MultiTech Nano

The TWN4 MultiTech Nano RFID modules are also fully TWN technology compliant RFID readers. Their miniature size and low energy consumption allows for integration in smaller battery powered consumer devices like tablet PCs, POS terminals, mobile payment systems, etc. 

The TWN4 Multitech Nano is a device for reading and writing RFID transponders. The optional I/O extender unit enables to connect the unit to CAN Bus networks.

The product can communicate with a number of transponder types in the frequency ranges of 125 kHz, 134,2 kHz, and 13,56 MHz. It provides peripherals (low-/high-frequency antennas, SAM card slots) needed to test the core functionalities. 

Besides the ready-to-use interfaces (USB and UART), it can be connected to CAN networks by means of the I/O extender. Furthermore an LCD graphic display (over SPI interface) is contained.

Besides development boards, the supplier offers RFID transponder modules, which can be integrated into machines and devices. They can be connected to an external antenna through printed circuit board. 

These units come with optional CAN Bus connectivity and feature eight general-purpose I/O ports.

Features

  • Supports TWN MultiTech underlying technology
  • Compliance to EMV contactless protocol specification
  • With the components mounted to one side, it facilitates easy placement on the main circuit board
  • Size 31 x 17.8 x 2.5 mm
  • Development board and I/0 Extender for interface testing on request

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RFID Handbook: Fundamentals and Applications in Contactless Smart Cards, Radio Frequency Identification and Near-Field Communication

RFID Handbook - Fundamentals and Applications in Contactless Smart Cards, Radio Frequency Identification and Near-Field Communication

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