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'[TECH]Ultra thin RFID module with 5M coverage'
> This means my cat flap operated via RFID could be back on the agenda.
> Of course trying to get hold of just one to play with will be near
> impossible I suppose.
That's pretty cool. The closest I ever came was thinking about using an
implanted microchip as authentication for the cat door. But I was never
convinced it would reliably work, since you almost need contact with the
cat for detection. Here is a link to a homemade microchip scanner. looks
pretty easy, as long as you know which protocol your cat's microchip is
If someone gets one of these, please report how well it works
and where to get it.
:: The closest I ever came was thinking about using an
:: implanted microchip as authentication for the cat door.
I considered that, but came up with the same problem - moggy being
chased by a ' how dare you cross my path type moggy' requires the flap
to be openable a little while before pet moggy slams into the flap.
So I gave up as I didn't want to power the pussy.
5 metres though should be plenty, if only I knew how fast my fat thing
can run (which considering he's 7kg is surprisingly fast)
cdb, btech-online.co.uk on 4/07/2009 colin
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