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RFID Reader Kit, 4 position, Bad ASS Controller

RFID Reader Kit, 4 position, Bad ASS Controller


 
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Related Blog: Escape Game Prop Control System
Model No: KITBACRFID-4X

Quantity in Stock:22
Availability: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Weeks
Product ID: E9000-068


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Get going fast with a Bad ASS Controller powered RFID kit with the Bad ASS Controller and 4 FX200 RFID Readers,10 RFID tags (spares), and 10 ft of connection wire. Select above for enclosure and power supply.

Professional grade controller suitable for props or room control for escape rooms. The system leverages the Bad ASS Controller (BAC) web interface for easy configuration (no Internet requirement).

The standard game is a match game. When all 4 props are placed in the proper location, the relay will disengage. This can be used to drive a maglock or other control device.

The BAC includes a RS-485 network interface which is compatible with the FX200 RFID reader system. When enabled and the software is appropriately configured, the BAC can create large match games where 1 to 100 props must be in place for a puzzle to solve. Also, it can support a network bridge function where RFID tags can be read into a host system (like MQTT and Node-Red) for dynamic and complex logic. A minimal, configurable match game is provided in the FX-Framework, however more advanced logic and control may require additional development by us or another developer.

The BAC also includes ALL available room integrations and RFID configuration through a web browser.

This Bad ASS Controller is optimal for most type of escape room prop control applications, and much more. It saves time and money for installers as it can be wired up and replaced very easily due to its pluggable headers. For developers, it frees them up to focus on code and control and not hand wiring/soldering development boards together. If you are building more than 1 prop, this controller is for you.

RFID demo at Transworld
Demonstration of RFID sequence and match games
Features
  • Inputs with EMI/ESD protection
  • Outputs drive 500ma (sinking)
  • Form C Relays, SPDT, 1 common, 2 switched
  • Programs like an Arduino Zero
  • 10/100BT Ethernet Support for Monitoring and Control
  • RS-485 connection for RFID network of FX200
  • Mounting Options:
    • NEMA Enclsosure
    • Black plastic box
    • Mountable in industry standard 72mm DIN Rail PCB holders
      • Mountable with 4 PCB screw holes
      • Mountable with plastic board holder and 2 screw holes
    • Expandable with a single I2C header (I/O and serial expansion board, FX60)
    • On board hall sensor
    • Free framework for game and room control software like Escape Room Manager, Cue Control, and Node-Red/MQTT (files in github)