Hi Guys I need help and willing to drive to see someone that can help me with a RFID card problem that I have I’m in Sydney as I have a machine from china that needs a RFID card to make it work I do have a couple of there cards to look at.
Unfortunately we are not set up to be able to provide face to face assistance with problems, perhaps someone on the forum might be willing to help. I can direct you to some good content to help familiarize yourself with RFID technology so you may be able to solve the problem by yourself.
An RFID card returns a key code when scanned. To make your device work you will need to have an RFID card that has the same code as the device requires. You will have to find the code within the product documentation to know what it is and program an RFID card to match. If you have a working RFID card you can scan it with a reader to find the code and make duplicates.
Unfortunately, if you have a device and none of the RFID cards work and you don’t have a way to look up the needed key code you might be out of luck.
Good luck with your project. Let us know if everything works out!
Hi Stephen thanks for this information and yes I do have a few working cards so do you sell the reader/writer that I will need. also if you can pass on my contact info to some people that might be able to help me out that would be great
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Hi Stephen thanks for this information and yes I do have a few working cards so do you sell the reader/writer that I will need. also if you can pass on my contact info to some people that might be able to help me out that would be great. also once I scan the card on the machine the card dose not work anymore on that same machine or on any other machine so I think the machine is writing to the card to disable it once it is being scanned.
There are different frequencies that RFID cards use, so without knowing the frequency of your particular machine I wont be able to recommend something reliably. We have many readers and writers. Here is a kit to get you started with reading and writing. Again I cant promise you that this will be the same frequency so it may not be able to read your card at all. Also there is quite a bit of assembly and coding required with this product:
We have this reader as well that’s easier to use, but it only reads one frequency and does not write:
I caution you that without knowing the specifics of your system you may not be able to duplicate your card yourself.
thanks, I used an app on my phone the app told me that I have a mifare classic ev1 mf1s50