I’m interested in moving to a higher level than 125khz UID based access controller for my gun safes and or other future projects like car or house or whatever
(The xac has an unfortunate flaw, and let’s be honest UID only is pretty low anyways)
But I figured maybe we can workshop some kind of generic kit that can work for others also
Is there a 13.56mhz similar all in one timer relay kit?
Mifare classic would be acceptable, desfire could be pretty cool
Ideally it needs to function the same as a XAC,
NO relay for a few seconds upon authorization, preferably run on 9-12v, preferably have a detached antenna to allow for the system to remain secure and only expose the antenna
It could be larger than the XAC, but should still be small enough that a small 3d printed housing can hold everything as a sub assembly
I have this as my garage door opener. I brought a 13.56 reader and a control board from AliExpress. All under about $30AU. Took forever to arrive but works a treat. It works with both my xM1 and my NExT.
I will go back through the purchase history and find it and post the links. It was a 12vdc set up and had NO and NC with relay or power supplied switch.
if it’s just pulling UIDs and you can add your own it will most certainly not be wanting mifare classic instead just using the Iso14443a generic call for UID commands.
if you wanted something actually secure it would require writing custom keys and block data that (optionally) change on auth. using a uid for auth makes it the same as the xac but with more chip variety
Yeah. Mine is certainly only pulling the UID, but I figure I also have a keypad which takes an 8 digit code as a seperate option (my wife has no implants) and the UID from both the NExT and xM1 are longer than that…
I can’t add a link but the store I used on Ali was Asia-Teco for their 13.56 reader “waterproof 125KHz 13.56MHz compatible proximity reader”. It is about the size of a AU10 cent piece or US dime.
It works with the Wiegand standard 26 bit.
The controller is from same place. It is called “Sboard mini single door access control board”.
Both around $AU28.
The instructions on the controller were a bit hard to understand in terms of placing the jumpers. They have to be repositioned if you want the relay to work as an unpowered circuit. When I first read them I thought you just had to remove one but you actually have to turn it. If anyone gets this and needs help I can send a pick of mine. Without moving the jumpers it operates as a relay which provides power on the NO or NC wire.
Hope it helps. I have tried the “vulnerability” on these (assuming I have understood what it uses) and they appear safe.