Eagle prototype

  • Hello to all!
    First I'm french so excuse my mistakes ^^

    I come here to share eagle documents (electrical circuit) for Arduino and RFID readers and Arduino code too, which can help to realize some projects.


    • Car starter Version 1
    • Arduino electrical socket control by RFID
    • Arduino 220V Relay control by RFID

    WIP projects:

    • MSP430 electrical socket control with Felica plug predetection (for ultra low power)
    • car starter Version 2
    • RFID unlock car doors

    I put the links in my second post, cannot post in the first ;)


  • It is difficult for me to translate the use of each of the plans, but often use can circumvent its original function to a completely different project. But if you have question I can try to answer them :lol:

    finished projects:

    -------Arduino mini pro 220v relay control
    Used to control a 220v bistable and astable relay (temporary and permanent relay) by a RC522 RFID reader
    Also can be used for the RFID car starter.

    Eagle files:
    ******* http://www.partage-facile.com/4BMBKXCUOJ/relay_control.rar.html ********

    arduino code for car starter use (in update):
    ******* http://www.partage-facile.com/TXPEFCIQSN/code_starter.rar.html ********

    Car starter Version 1:

    -------Arduino lini pro LCD RFID

    Eagle files:
    ******* http://www.partage-facile.com/XI8W2CA0I2/lcd_rfid.rar.html ********

    -------Arduino nano 5v control pin

    Arduino 5v pin control by RFID with a RC522 reader, can also make 433 controller with a 433 transmitter. (connect to pins output)
    The two buttons are used for add or delete a rfid tag.

    Eagle files:
    ******* http://www.partage-facile.com/ZKLSBAB0L9/arduino_5v__control.rar.html ********

    How to reverse a 433 remote (sorry in french):

    WIP projects:

    -------MSP 430 RF control
    This project is used to control a radio frequency transmitter in 433Mhz like this ([url=http://www.google.fr/imgres?safe=off&client=firefox-a&hs=paI&sa=X&rls=org.mozilla%3Afr%3Aofficial&channel=sb&biw=1366&bih=576&tbm=isch&tbnid=IyXPgvDh6L71-M%3A&imgrefurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sedoniatech.com.au%2F433Mhz-RF-link-kit.htm&docid=f40zWI3Z34kfhM&imgurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sedoniatech.com.au%2Fimgs%2Frf433k_02.jpg&w=700&h=525&ei=hCT5UpP1Icqq7QaMiYH4Dg&zoom=1&iact=rc&dur=335&page=2&start=18&ndsp=21&ved=0CMYBEK0DMCM:29fkcleu]HERE[/url:29fkcleu])
    this allows to control radio frequency electrical socket by rfid (the code is in update).

    This projet use felica plug (ulta low power rfid reader).

    This is a part of a project using RFID :)
    I'll post the other projet tomorrow if I have the time ^ ^


    Partial edit by Lokki to clean up formatting errors from transfer to nodebb

  • Community Helper

    Excellent, thanks for sharing these with us!

  • NFC Ring Team

    These are excellent, thanks for sharing. I'm really excited to see what you come up with in the future!

    Can I send my cars to you for you to implement NFC unlock/start? ;) I'd certainly be willing to pay for that service..

  • if you send me your car directly in France it will be a pleasure to help you :p
    For the moment it is difficult to sell such a product because it involves a modification of the car ...
    I can possibly watch with you the NEIMAN connections (for keys), for UNLOCK I try to make a easy way to duplicate the radio frequency code of the key but it's not easy...

    Oh, on my eagle cards i use a RC522 module, but finally the interest is the SPI connection, the module used does not matter (except for the code).

  • New eagle project:

    A PN532 chip with the resonnant circuit (a friend working on a more suitable antenna for the NFC ring). Connexion by SPI.

    ******link for the pn532 ******

    this is for a project of a radio frequency switch with nfc control.. I have not yet the implenter technology for the PN532 (0.2mm space between pins). So I'll see if the mechanical engraver can achieve the board or if I should use a QFN32 adapter -> DIP 32

    I also working on a simular project using a chip TRF but it is related to my job and I can not disseminate plans ... sorry!