The Xadow NFC v2 features the most popular NFC chipset on the market - a highly integrated transceiver module PN532. This chipset is very powerful and can be found in most of the smart phones and NFC devices. It can be used to read and write to tags and cards, acting like NFC tags. Currently, we have developed Arduino libraries to support reading and writing to MIFARE Class and MIFARE Ultralight Card. The board also adopts the new 11 PIN Xadow connector to improve the flexibility of module connections.
|Core||ARM® 32-bit Cortex® -M0+CPU|
|Power Supply||3.3 ~ 6V (via breakout pins)|
|Working Current||5mA at standby; 55mA when read/write|
|Radio Frequency||13.56 MHz|
|Supported protocols||ISO/IEC 14443 Type A and ISO/IEC 14443 Type B|
|Max Operating Distance||~28mm depending on the current antenna size|
|Dimensions||25.37mm × 20.30mm / 1” × 0.8”|
Near Field Communication (NFC) is the set of protocols for the communication of electronic devices that are proximity to each other (typically 10 cm or less). Full NFC devices usually have three working modes:
We’ve been looking for a better place where our backers (RePhone Users) can sit together, warmly and comfortably, have conversations about RePhone, discuss technical problems, share ideas/projects, and give feedback on the modules’ development in the future. And then here we go, the RePhone Community.
Now join us in the RePhone Community! Together we seek answers, make interesting stuff, care about each other, and share our experiences.
Some frequently asked questions in RePhone Community are collected and answered to the topic "Frequently Asked Questions of RePhone (FAQ)" , the topic will be kept updating whenever a new FAQ comes out.
We will be keep updating the source code on our github page:
The schematic diagram of Xadow NFC v2 is provided in the following link:
Check more info about the datasheet of PN532:
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