CTU-WIE is a device operating on the principle of contactless collection of unique identification data from the Unique transponder (RFID). These data are appropriately processed and forwarded in serial form to the master device.

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In addition to the reader, you can connect a signaling LED notifying about the correct reading of the transponder and an LED indicating the presence of power. There is a buzzer on the board that makes a short beep when the transponder is read.

Technical specification:

  • Supply voltage Vdd: 4.5-5.5V
  • Supply current: 5-55mA
  • Rated operating frequency RF: 125kHz
  • Modulation of data received from transponder: Manchester
  • Speed ​​of data received from transponder: RF / 64 (1953b / s)
  • Output current capacity: DATA0, DATA1 and TransponderLed: 15mA
  • Pin type DATA0 and DATA1: open collector
  • Max. Permissible polarization voltage DATA0 and DATA1: Vdd + 0.5V
  • Transponder reading distance: 8-10cm
  • Maximum reading frequency: 2 transponder readings / sec.
  • Parameters of data transmission to the master device: in accordance with Wiegand 37 protocol
  • Pulse duration (level L): 100us
  • Interval between pulses (level H): 1ms

The above product is being discontinued. For new projects, we recommend using the CTU-D modules.


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