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 Using RFID is very much a system that enables you to indicate all rolling stock on the rails, without\\ Using RFID is very much a system that enables you to indicate all rolling stock on the rails, without\\
 the need of drawing power from the rails.\\ the need of drawing power from the rails.\\
-RFID is widely known in all situations like securety, shop lifting protection, and many others.\\+RFID is widely known in all situations like security, shop lifting protection, and many others.\\
 RFID with Rocrail started with the idea of MERG in England , using ID-12 sensors.\\ RFID with Rocrail started with the idea of MERG in England , using ID-12 sensors.\\
 Rocrail reacted on that with the introduction of CAN-GC4 for CBUS, and with an input for \\ Rocrail reacted on that with the introduction of CAN-GC4 for CBUS, and with an input for \\
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 It will not pass this information through until it is asked for, so we need a bidirectional communication \\ It will not pass this information through until it is asked for, so we need a bidirectional communication \\
 to get the value of the tag, and, if available, pass it through to CAN-GC4 and/or GCA_PI01.\\ to get the value of the tag, and, if available, pass it through to CAN-GC4 and/or GCA_PI01.\\
-CAN-GC4 was not made for that, not possible even, and for LNet there was no solution anyway.\\+CAN-GC4 was not made for that, not possible even, and for LocoNet ​there was no solution anyway.\\
 The development of such a little interface was pretty easy since there are Arduino nano boards to fix that.\\ The development of such a little interface was pretty easy since there are Arduino nano boards to fix that.\\
 This GCA41 board is just a shield for an Arduino Nano, creating an interface between RC522 sensor and CAN-GC4 or GCA_PI01.\\ This GCA41 board is just a shield for an Arduino Nano, creating an interface between RC522 sensor and CAN-GC4 or GCA_PI01.\\
 Communication between Nano and RC522 is done by SPI, which guarantees suitable speed .\\ Communication between Nano and RC522 is done by SPI, which guarantees suitable speed .\\
-For use of RFID with LNet, please refer to {{GCA51-en|GCA51}}.\\ +For use of RFID with LocoNet, please refer to [[GCA51-en|GCA51]].\\ 
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 To make it simple for programming the Nano.\\ To make it simple for programming the Nano.\\
 The zip file above also contains a //​rfid2_ser.ino.eightanaloginputs.hex//​ file.\\ The zip file above also contains a //​rfid2_ser.ino.eightanaloginputs.hex//​ file.\\
-Download, install and execute the program Xloader here {{:​http://​www.hobbytronics.co.uk/​arduino-xloader}}\\ + 
-Then use it to program the hex. file via USB, no Arduino program needed.\\ +
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 ====Libraries==== ====Libraries====
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 ===== How to connect and use RC522 RFID sensor board ===== ===== How to connect and use RC522 RFID sensor board =====
-[[RC522-sensor-board.en|Click here for the RC522 page]]+[[RC522-sensor-board-en|Click here for the RC522 page]]
 {{ :​gca:​rc522_with_pss254-8w_connector.gif?​150}} {{ :​gca:​rc522_with_pss254-8w_connector.gif?​150}}
  
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