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Mini 125K RFID card reader module : Sniffer Nano

We are working with a 125K RFID card reader module: Sniffer Nano. It’s very small but multifunctional, and can be added to your project conveniently.

The Sniffer Nano just 20.3mm X 19.3mm, but don’t look upon this little one, it’s more powerful than many other RFID modules. This small module is designed as a plug-in, you can solder it on your board using contact pins or solder pads. The pin-out is standards-compliant, so that it’s easy to insert into the bread board and prototype board. Sniffer Nano can be set to output the RFID data in different ways: IIC, Uart9600, Uart115200, Wigand, and Manchester. Sniffer Nano has two GPIO pin for driving the LED or buzzer directly. Certainly, these two pins can worked as any two pin serial ports you need.

Not only dose Sniffer can export the RFID information, but it can store the RFID information in its internal flash and be read at any time. More than 100 cards ID can be saved in Sniffer Nano. The two GPIO pins of Sniffer Nano offer many possibility for upgrade .If add a serial EPPROM then you get a larger store space to save more card ID; to connect with a serial RTC module that you can store the card ID with timestamp and etc.

Now the first version of Sniffer Nano is prototyping, it will be back in these two days. we will update the debugging process and publish the pictures as soon as we get it.

Oh, I nearly forget to mention that: this module is base on AVR ATmega168 and ATmega 8 (different firmware but the same hardware).