Tuesday, December 5, 2017


Entering and exiting public garages and parking lots, tend to take too much time, even with automated ticket issuing. On your way out you have to bother with money change or a credit card. It's a waste of time and paper. Instead, it is much easier to use your NFC card as a parking or a garage ticket. You can either charge your card for a period of time or a certain amount of money, it is up to developers who are implementing the system to choose either or both ways.
No need for using your credit card, looking through your wallet for cash or waiting for the change. Just place your card near the Digital Logic NFC RFID reader and complete your payment. Integration with NFC capable smartphones, through an adequate mobile app, is also possible. This way you can pay safely and quickly, with your favorite smartphone.
Along with NFC RFID reader, Digital Logic provides accompanying Software Development Kit, with vast libraries of examples for the majority of programming languages and platforms.
This system doesn't necessarily operate on its own, for public garages or parking lots. Large retail chains can integrate their loyalty system with parking system, allowing customers to access parking lots and to enjoy all the benefits of the dedicated loyalty program with a single card or NFC capable smartphone. The same principle applies when it is integrated with hotel system. Single card or smartphone's IMEI number allows access to the hotel room, using hotel's facilities and garages. 

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Friday, December 1, 2017


Loyalty programs are very effective marketing strategies when it comes to animating existing clients and customers to keep on purchasing goods or services. This sort of marketing strategy is based on rewarding the consumers for their constancy. Rewards may vary from discounts, points, and other membership privileges. Contactless ID cards or key fobs are ideal for identifying regular shoppers.
Therefore, Digital Logic has prepared hardware coupled with software development kit (SDK) for customers who are willing to develop their own optimum solution.
Highly reliable RFID NFC readers became famous for their impeccable operation, regardless of outside conditions.
SDK provides examples written for the 
majority of platforms (Windows, Linux, Mac OS, ARM and ARM HF) and programming languages (Java, JavaScript, Lazarus, Borland Delphi, C++). 

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Friday, November 24, 2017

RGB LED Display Module

Digital Logic presents new product - RGB LED DISPLAY MODULE.
This controllable display module is arranged in  8x6 matrix.

This module is comprised of 48 addressable RGB LED with integrated drivers. Primarily designed to be used with Digital Logic's Controller Board, this module has been further improved and now is fully compatible with Arduino, Raspberry Pi and other programmable circuit boards and controllers.
Since it has no restrictions when it comes to combining modules in numbers or positions, RGB LED MODULE DISPLAY can be used in various applications (garages, parking lots, sport venues, transport, etc.)

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Tuesday, November 21, 2017


Possible applications of Digital Logic uFR NFC Reader/Writer are only limited by the imagination of your development team. Variants of cashless payments solutions are highly versatile. If you have a fresh idea, contact us and we will provide you with the appropriate device and the Software Development Kit.

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Wednesday, August 9, 2017

uFR Classic CS

Card Size RFID NFC Reader Writer

uFR Classic CS RFID NFC Reader Writer

uFR Classic CS with a Windows x86/x64 platform

 Based on well-known uFR Classic Reader Writer, Digital Logic developed a new product, uFR Classic CS.  This brand new NFC RFID reader comes in a smaller, card sized casing, which is more suitable for users which are looking for a contactless device of more compact dimensions. 
 Regardless of its size, uFR Classic CS is a fully featured device. Equipped with RF Booster, Classic CS has increased the reading distance up to 11centimeters.
 In order to enhance security and cryptography performance of our NFC reader, a slot for Security Access Module (SAM) is installed. This feature is very important when the safety of transactions and secure authentications are the imperatives.
 Since it is using the same SDK API, it is totally compatible and interoperable in common set of functions with all the other devices of the D-Logic's uFR Series
uFR Classic CS reader comes with fully featured SDK which consists of external libraries, software examples with source codes, documentation about API reference and communication protocol and some useful software tools.
Libraries are cross-compiled for various platforms and regularly supported are Windows x86/x64, Linux x86/x64, Mac OSX x64, ARM and ARM HF.
All examples are written for all major developing platforms and languages, like:
  • Java (and Java Applet example),
  • JavaScript (unique feature, convenient for PHP usage),
  • Lazarus,
  • Borland Delphi,
  • C++ Borland Builder,
  • Microsoft® Visual.NET family: C++, C#, VB

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Special discount, 33% on ISO 14443 Contactless cards and Key fobs

Digital Logic prepared a special offer, with a 33% discount on following articles.
Starting from today, up until July 31st, 2017,
ISO 14443 Contactless 1K Key fobs RFID 13.56 MHz will be available for 0.40 €/pc.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Gitlab Source Code Repository launched

We launched our new Gitlab Source Code Repository!
Our clients can now always be up to date by downloading latest SDK software, firmware and library versions as soon as they are released. Users can also view the change logs, download all previous versions. Users can even contribute by sending us their own code which we will gladly place on our Gitlab and Github.

Gitlab code repository includes SDK, firmware and libraries for our NFC Readers (µFR Nano, µFR Classic, µFR Advance), Autonomous Identification Systems (Base HD) and Controllable RGB LED Displays. More to come soon…
Check it out: https://www.d-logic.net/nfc-rfid-reader-sdk/code/

Registering an account is not mandatory but it is advisable. Users who do not wish to sign in can access the repository by clicking on the link “open source software” or by clicking on the link “Explore” at the bottom of the page.
For more information, you can contact us at: support@d-logic.rsmailto:support@d-logic.rs

Also feel free to visit our newly launched online store at: https://webshop.d-logic.net/