DL533N Reader Testing Tool is a simple software script for DL533N NFC Reader basic testing. The script provides an example of using the GPIO pins for LEDs and buzzer control. Since DL533N NFC Reader is based on NXP’s PN533 chip, to run this testing tool script, you need to install a LibNFC first.
Available programming languages:
Supported operating systems, platforms, and environments:
DL533 Series NFC RFID Readers testing script.
To implement the DL533N Reader Testing Tool, you need to download and install the LibNFC first. Download and extract the LibNFC package, and start the installation following the provided instructions.
The DL533N testing script requires the libNFC pn53x-tamashell executable.
For more details on the register manipulation, search for the PN533 chip technical documentation on the NXP Semiconductors official website.
The DL533N Reader Testing Tool requires no installation
Simply download and extract the DL533N script pack.
After you have successfully installed LibNFC as described in the previous step, run pn53x-tamashell as follows:
Notice: The testGPIO_dl533_short is the script executable filename.
The script is commented so you can interactively follow the events. After each performed step, the script is paused for 500 ms.
The testing is performed as follows:
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