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  1. Bert Henscheid Electronic Design While creating an infrared beam intrusion detector system, the need for a beam-focusing method became evident. Parts from a modified Genie garage door Safe-T-Beam system, purchased at the local home improvement ...
    21-12-2016
  2. Jeff Tregre EDN Shortly after installation, the simple water-leak-detector circuit in this Design Idea saved the day and hundreds of dollars. The average life expectancy of a hot-water heater is about 10 years. It’s not a question of whether ...
    23-06-2016
  3. Jordan Dimitrov EDN While most carbon dioxide sensors use IR technology, electrochemical sensors are a serious competitor because of their high sensitivity, wide measurement range, and low price. As a rule, electrochemical sensors connect to a ...
    19-08-2015
  4. T.K. Hareendran, India Electronic Design Europe Although piezoelectric elements have been used for shock and vibration detection for some time, this circuit provides a low-cost alternative for solid-state general-purpose impact sensing. The circuit ...
    Circuits » Analogue Design · Security » LM555, TLP621
    02-02-2014
  5. Introduction This RFID reader works with 125 kHz tags in credit card size shape cards and with 125 kHz key fobs (Figure 1). The EM4100 protocol is used. When you approach an RFID Tag close enough (4-5 cm) to the reader's coil (L1) the reader will ...
    31-05-2013
  6. This shield could be used as a stand-alone transponder key, or with Google’s servers to create a cloud-computing application. It’s time to present you an application with RFID. We want to show you how to use the popular Arduino to ...
    31-05-2012
  7. Having done half a dozen V-USB tutorials I decided it’s time to whip up something cool. As USB keyboards were an area untouched, I decided to make a small USB HID keyboard device that types a password stored in EEPROM every time it’s ...
    30-05-2012
  8. Part 1 - How does RFID work, Whats stored on the card Part 2 - Schematic and PCB The software was next. Using the Arduino IDE, I implemented a simple menu system that allowed me to enter the relevant facility and CardID data directly from the ...
    02-02-2012
  9. Part 1 - How does RFID work, Whats stored on the card So the next step was to identify how to pretend to be a card - I wanted a card that I could type a card number into, so it had to have a microprocessor on it, was well as a keypad to allow the ...
    28-01-2012
  10. RFID projects have been pretty prominent recently, ranging from projects here in Instructables, to our local Silicon Chip magazine in Australia publishing a RFID door lock project in their November issue. Even I recently purchased a RFID door lock ...
    27-01-2012
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