Used for water supply with good quality
The authenticity of the filter element can be identified
Recorded the life of the filter element
Prevent the water purifier from working abnormally
According to different water quality, the corresponding life of the filter can be monitored
Stop counterfeit consumable parts by RFID/NFC authenticity authority security solution
Working frequency: 13.56 MHz
Supporting protocol: ISO14443A
RF chip: TSC19071
Communication: TTL UART or RS232 serial communication
Baud rate: optional, default 9600Bit/S
Supported card types: MIFARE 1 S50 card (M1 card), MIFARE 1 S70, mifare UltraLight, mifare Pro, mifare Fire, SO14443 TypeA, etc
Card reading interval: 0-3cm
Power Supply: DC 3.0-5.0V (DC3.7V Typical)
Working voltage: DC3.3V
Working current: 19-25mA
Standby current: 1mA
Working mode: Active card reading mode
Function: Read card number ID
Communication interface: UART TTL
Product size: 30*40*6.3 MM
Operating temperature: -20-80 ℃
Environmental humidity: 5% -95%
Monitor Life of consumable part: Yes
GPIO: one port
RFID NFC ISO14443A controller for drinkable water filter management would involve utilizing RFID (Radio-Frequency Identification) technology in combination with NFC (Near Field Communication) technology and adhering to the ISO 14443A standard to monitor and manage drinkable water filters.
1. RFID and NFC Integration: RFID and NFC are both wireless communication technologies that can transmit data over short distances. NFC is a subset of RFID and operates at a frequency of 13.56 MHz. Both technologies enable devices to communicate without physical contact, making them suitable for applications like water filter management.
2. ISO 14443A Standard: ISO 14443A is an international standard that defines the communication protocol for contactless smart cards and NFC devices. It specifies how data is exchanged between a reader (controller) and a smart card or NFC tag.
3. Drinkable Water Filter Management:
- RFID/NFC Tags: Attach RFID/NFC tags to drinkable water filters. These tags could store relevant information about the filter, such as manufacturing date, type, maintenance history, and expiration date.
- Reader/Controller: Install RFID/NFC readers/controllers at water filter installation points or relevant locations. These controllers adhere to the ISO 14443A standard and can communicate with the tags.
- Interaction: When a filter is installed, maintenance is performed, or replacement is needed, an authorized user can tap their NFC-enabled device (such as a smartphone or dedicated NFC reader) on the filter's tag.
- Data Exchange: The NFC tag on the filter communicates with the RFID/NFC reader/controller. Information from the tag is read, and the controller may also write data to the tag (e.g., maintenance timestamp).
- Data Processing: The controller processes the data and performs actions based on predefined rules. This could include updating maintenance records, triggering alerts for replacements, or even adjusting the water filtration system settings.
- User Interface: The system can provide real-time information to users through a user interface, such as a mobile app or web portal. Users can check the status of filters, receive maintenance reminders, and view historical data.
- Efficiency: Automation and real-time monitoring streamline filter management processes.
- Accuracy: Accurate maintenance records help ensure safe and clean water.
- Cost Savings: Proactive maintenance reduces downtime and extends filter life.
- User Convenience: Users receive notifications and alerts for replacements or maintenance.
5. Security and Privacy:
- Ensure data security and privacy by using secure communication protocols.
- Implement proper authorization and access control to prevent unauthorized tampering.
It's important to note that implementing such a system would involve hardware (RFID/NFC tags, readers/controllers), software (for data processing and user interface), and considerations for installation and integration with existing water filtration systems. Also, regulations and guidelines related to water quality and safety must be adhered to when implementing any such system.