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    henfri
    @henfri
    Hello
    great project. I am amazed!
    henfri
    @henfri
    I have two questions:
    I am going to buy the original board
    Does the firmware now support Keypads (esprfid/esp-rfid#132)
    -and-
    I am going to use a device that supports RFID, Keypads, AND Fingerprint
    Are Fingerprints supported?
    Controller Vrelk
    @vrelk
    Doubtful, unless it converts out onto wiegand somehow.
    While I can't read that page, I do see that it mentions wiegand, but if I had to guess, that only applies to rfid and keypad
    henfri
    @henfri
    Hello,
    I am sorry for posting a german link
    you can also check this one
    I contacted the sellers and they replied that Fingerprint is also sent in Wiegand mode
    I am tempted to give it a try
    Controller Vrelk
    @vrelk
    in that case it should show up as it's own ID if you can do it fingerprint only. if you have to do rfid+fingerprint for the reader, no idea how that will turn out. keep in mind, this software is still growing and is very much home use only, so not sure how it will work with that hardware. I have found it to be finicky with ones it is supposed to support, but timezone issues have made it difficult to debug with the dev.
    Johan VIVIEN
    @Hotfirenet_gitlab
    @nardev have you got informations for the http api ? can i help you ?
    marceltech
    @marceltech
    Dear colleagues, I have deployed esprfid over nodemcu, but I can't get it working with a relay module, looks that pin gpio4 always have 3.3v, even changing to to active low or high, means that relay are always active. What's going on in my setup? Is missing any component between gpio to relay? Which are the correct port to be used in this case?
    Controller Vrelk
    @vrelk
    @nardev I think I discovered the issue with some fobs not showing up when scanned while I was going through your code. On one of the commits for the keypad you check to see if it is 26 or 32 bits, otherwise it's the keypad. One of the fobs I would like to use is an HID Corporate 1000, which is 35 bits. I have one reader that for 13.56MHz cards you can configure it to return many bit lengths, one of which is 32 (options for MSB and LSB), while another reader always returns 64 bits with mifare cards.
    Pretty much saying, not every card returns 26 or 32 bits, at least now with the readers I have (not cheap ebay ones, well, not new anyways).
    Controller Vrelk
    @vrelk
    Guess it's 34 bits, not 32. I only have MSB for that one, but you aren't really returning a number that can be matched to the CSN anyways.
    Controller Vrelk
    @vrelk
    @nardev think I found an issue with your wiring manual. On page 4, for the 2nd bullet point for P1, I believe #3 on the pad is connected to the right BTN/IN terminal, not the left one. I don't have a multimeter with me to test at the moment (or soldering iron), but I opened up the gerber files and looked there. So if I followed the traces correctly, connecting 3&1 on P1 will connect it to GPIO14 as a pull-up, and 3&1 on P2 will get me 3.3v, so I can use it as a door open button correct?
    Controller Vrelk
    @vrelk
    So, trying to get the keypad to work. Compiling from code is my next step to make sure I have the keypad part, but my keypad sends # as 1011 (MSB), and your code is looking for # as 1101 (LSB). Not sure if it is reading it using MSB while looking for the LSB data, or if it is reading it as LSB and looking for a LSB and I just have old code. Just wanted to throw that in here before I forgot
    Controller Vrelk
    @vrelk
    nope, recompiled the code, even switched the "d" to a "b" to account for it being read backwards, still nothing.... If anyone is curious, this is how my reader outputs codes: see section 5.4 https://www.hidglobal.com/doclib/files/resource_files/5355a-900-n.3-proxpro-wiegnad-clock-and-data-install-guide-en.pdf
    but since the code says "d" instead of "b", that confirms it is reading everything backwards
    Controller Vrelk
    @vrelk
    @nardev update back to the released version of 1.3.1 seems to have bricked it. do you have a recommended programmer for these so I can fix it, or any esp8266 programmer off ebay?
    Nv1cta
    @Nv1cta
    Hi everyone,
    Does anyone know when the new firmware will be released allowing us to register more than 1000 users ?
    Ramnarayan
    @ramnarayan3015
    Hi everyone,
    I have been trying to get the esp rfid 1.3.3 release to work on nodemcu with PN532 fid scanner
    I am not able to get it to working so I wanted has anyone cracked it or connected it to PN532 before?
    Is the connection diagram updated?
    Controller Vrelk
    @vrelk
    so, assuming anyone looks at this anymore. I just started having an issue a month or so ago. esprfid (official board) will lose a wifi connection after some amount of time(unsure of the exact time). If I power cycle it, it won't reconnect, but 50% of the time it stops working completely, even ignores scans. The only way to fix it is to press the reset button, then everything works fine. I have no idea why the reset button fixes it and a power cycle doesn't
    ggriesse
    @ggriesse
    Hi all - new to the project - seems pretty cool - 1 issue i have a verified working RDM6300 and I've tested it with other code on a Wemos D1 mini - however, i cannot get it to read on this project - I have the TX pin from the RDM6300 connected to D5 on the D1 Mini ... is this correct?
    Laffen91
    @Laffen91
    Need some help with my esp rfid tool. Possible to get some help?
    Kennedy Martins
    @KillerDogs
    hi guys
    how do I connect the rdm6300 sensor to Esp8266?
    to detect my cards
    blacknacoustic
    @blacknacoustic
    hey is there a way to setup a LCD screen on the same esp8266 as the esprfid?
    Jacek Wielemborek
    @d33tah
    hi! is anybody around? we're trying to figure out esp-rfid is a good fit for our hackerspace. we'd like to set up an electric lock that can only be opened via http/mobile app. does the project support it?
    blacknacoustic
    @blacknacoustic
    Hey @d33tah yeah its pretty good for that depending on what you pair it with
    mhigginsmoy
    @mhigginsmoy
    Hey guys! Some classmates and I made an open source RFID door lock using a modified version of esp-rfid for a servo. We put it all together in 3 months for a school project. Thanks a bunch for putting this project together. It was a perfect addition to our project to add lots of nice to have features.
    A more detailed post here on dangerous things. :) https://forum.dangerousthings.com/t/open-source-deadbolt-lock/4841/307?u=mhigginsmoy
    v207
    @v207
    Hi I have a RP40 HID reader and I have been playing around with it and cards. I was using and arduino at first using the code from https://create.arduino.cc/projecthub/shakataganai/hid-prox-rfid-to-arduino-bd9b8a
    v207
    @v207
    sorry was going to type more :) and the difference with the cards was the one was 32bit and the second was 37 so I changed the code so I could decode the 37 bit version. and after that it worked. I would be able to do that with your code as well as I would like to use the same cards we use for other purposes. Can you tell me where I could change the bit value in the code? also I would like to add more relays. I am using a Amtronix board with 4 relays and would like to be able to shut down a 3D printer with an mqtt massage. Thank for a brilliant code and product.
    thehijacker
    @thehijacker
    Selling mine. Got the new blue model. If anyone needs it.
    Did not use relay so made my own using Wemos D1 Mini.
    I also have the case for it that I can include.
    Cortex
    @theonlycortex_twitter
    Hey, does anyone know what the difference between access type admin and always is when making a user?
    Dustin Firebaugh
    @dfirebaugh
    Hey, any idea when a new release will come out? I'm interested in using the deletuid over mqtt that's in the dev branch.