This page provides an overview of the technical collateral available for the Indy embedded RAIN RFID reader chips. For information about the Indy modules, see the Indy Reader Module Collateral Overview.
The Indy reader chips implement an RFID radio inside a 9x9 mm QFN package, and can be used to create high performance and extremely flexible RFID readers with the addition of a small number of RF components and an embedded host microcontroller.
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The reader chip brochure gives a quick introduction to the chips and a comparison of their features and capabilities:
The reader chip datasheets provide technical detail on the chips, such as electrical and mechanical specifications and detailed pinouts and block diagrams:
General Technical Collateral
The general technical collateral provides more essential technical detail on the chip products and their use in embedded RAIN RFID readers:
- Indy MAC Firmware
- Indy Development Platform Quick Start Guide
- Indy R500 R1000 R2000 Development Kit Files
Advanced Technical Collateral
The advanced technical collateral provides very technical application specific detail on the chip products:
- Indy MAC regional OEM configuration files
- Indy MAC OEM Configuration UART Binary File
- Indy MAC Firmware Archive
- How do I setup Indy Software & Tools? [VIDEO]
- How do I upgrade the Firmware on my Indy Development Platform to v2.6.0? [VIDEO]
- How do I switch my host interface from USB to UART using Indy Tool? [VIDEO]
- How do I emulate an Indy R500 reader chip with the R2000 Development Platform?
- How do I convert the Indy Development Board for Windows 7 OS? [VIDEO]
- How do I perform a Tx DC offset using the IndyTool? [VIDEO]