At least once in our lives we have come across some kind of RFid locks in homes, offices, elevators or hotels. Some of you may have been inspired to build your own version of it for your home or as a final product. We will show you how you can do this in a blink of an eye.
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The RFid Reader Board offers an effective and low-cost solution for connecting your prototype device to an RFid reader. The RFid reader can be used in a variety of applications. Use this board to create RFid supported devices in a jiffy.
The EasyBuzz Board enables your development system to emit audio signals. It contains a piezo speaker capable of playing sound frequencies in the range between 20Hz and 20kHz. There is also an on-board DIP switch used to connfigure board connections.
The Relay4 Board is small-sized board with 4 Relays (each supports currents up to 16A). Also, it contains ULN2804 (high-current Darlington arrays) for relays driving and IDC10 connector for easier connecting with development or prototype board.
Ready for PIC is the board for development of microcontroller applications using 28- and 40-pin PIC MCUs. It comes with PIC18F45K22 connected to 8MHz crystal oscillator. It contains four IDC10 headers, USB-UART module, prototyping area and a power supply circuit.