I1M-005 is contactless card and transponder RFID reader of the ICODE® 1 proximity stadard from NXP company, operating at 13,56MHz frequency. Module has RS232 (TTL) interface.

  • supply voltage Vdd: 4,5-5,5V,
  • supply current: 20-160mA,
  • module rated operating radio frequency: 13,56 MHz,
  • baud rate of data received from transponder: 26,48 kbps,
  • output current capacity: PORT1..4 and TX: 5mA,
  • transporter read / write distance (depending on antenna used): 5-10cm,
  • antenna: external,
  • interface specifications Baud rate 2400..115200 bps, data bit: 8, stop bit 1, noparity, voltage levels comply TTL format.

The 512-bit EEPROM memory of ICODE1 transponder is divided into 16 blocks, 4 bits each. The user has access to 384-bit of the memory content (for writing and reading). The remaining area is devoted to 64-bit transponder unique identification number UID and configuration data.

The ICODE1 protocols provide high-speed operation of many transponders simultaneously (up to 256). Data is transmitted within allocated time slots.

Supported standards ICODE1
Interface RS232 (TTL)
Read range from 5 to 10cm*
Supply voltage 4,5V - 5,5V
Max. current consumption 20 - 160mA
Antenna No
Buzzer No
Relay No
Operating temperature -20°C to +65°C
Size (mm) 22.9 x 30.5 x 14.5
Type RFID module

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