[WIP] NFC car starter by MrStein
MrStein last edited by MrStein
Hi steve !
Maybe a NFC ring is better than make an implant ;) A lot of implant are in 125khz, so my board cannot work at this frequency (it's 13.56Mhz-> NFC)
For the door I don't make any board but it's easy to make with the same board than the NFC starter one.
The starter project is finished for me, I need to make the last tutorial video (in french) and after that make a instructable.
I've got to agree with Pierre at the moment on implants - cool idea, but too difficult to upgrade and I don't think the tech is mature enough yet.
Laszlo last edited by johnyma22
there are 13.56MHz implants also
Yes, they're available. Personally I don't think the technology is advanced far enough to warrant having a permanent implant.
Well, I think nfc implant tag are only suitable for the animals identification..Not for the human.. But it's my opinion..
For the price, I have the same tag but in 125khz, I paid less than 1$ for one. I think this one is really expensive.
Techcaveman last edited by
@MrStein sorry for the very late reply. I would completely love a blank but being from the United states it wouldn't be very beneficial to send one. I would still love to buy one from the nfc store since they do have that in the US now. Maybe putting to together a kit for a build your own would be a good idea. With the added door unlock part that another person had mentioned. Just a thought.
This could be easier to make instructions for assembling for that then translating a complete build from scratch.
Would wiring into an old turn key be easier then a button start?
DaStivi last edited by
Any News on this Topic? Is There a buyable Kit or at least a pcb available?
Here are the files :
Don't forget it's not a plug an play solution and you will need to make some operation for finish your NFC starter ;)
LoganFive last edited by
@MrStein I was wondering if the keyduimo can be powered off an "always powered" line iin my car and be low powered enough to not drain the battery?
It's a good question, I currently make a tutorial for the doors opener and use a push button to start/stop the KeyDuino.
For the NFC starter, I use the temporary light (that allow 30s of supply to scan the ring/tag).
I don't know how long you can use a battery if you use like 150mA, but I think it's a bad idea to "always powered" something in your car ;)
How, just for your information, if you have any question/ rem related to keyduino; please sen them on the keyduino forum, so me and my friend can answer to your question :)
Roman last edited by
@MrStein Excuse me, but where is the schema version 4? Links do not work.
It works, you have to click on "téléchargement gratuit (vitesse NORMALE)" then wite the captcha and click on "télécharger ce fichier".
There are only the layout and not the schematics but I can upload both if you want.
Roman last edited by
@MrStein Je reçus une lettre , je vous remercie! Bien que pas entièrement compris dans le projet. Comment fonctionne l'appareil vérifie que le moteur démarre ?
For now, the motor start with a defined time, there are no check if it's really launch or not.
If you want, you can connect a optocoupler on the pin n°3 of the header "EXT" and connect the optocoupler to the ODB2 pin 7 ;)
Parviz last edited by
Here are the files of new optimised version, click on "téléchargement gratuit" :)
A new 3d printed box will follow, in open source too :D
Hi MrStein, thanks for great idea and great work,
good job my friend,
I am very interested in smart car and trying with the help of micro-computers and network engineering for this,
but I do't have much experience in electronics,
How can I buy this Board?
Hi Parviz, sadly I don't sell any prototype due to legal responsability, if you only need to unlock the car by NFC, you can follow this easy step by step tutorial: http://www.instructables.com/id/NFC-Car-Door-Control/