Interfacing NFC PN532 Using ESP8266 With LINE Push Notification Reviewed by Momizat on . In this article , we will read NFC tag using NFC reader PN532 module and ESP8266 , Then send automatic push notification to a smart phone using line mobile appl In this article , we will read NFC tag using NFC reader PN532 module and ESP8266 , Then send automatic push notification to a smart phone using line mobile appl Rating: 0
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Interfacing NFC PN532 Using ESP8266 With LINE Push Notification






In this article , we will read NFC tag using NFC reader PN532 module and ESP8266 , Then send automatic push notification to a smart phone using line mobile application. Sounds Interesting, Then enjoy the tutorial. Don’t forget to leave your feedback, at end of this tutorial in comment section below.

Basic Block Diagram Of this Project

linenoti-nfc

Hardware Needed:

  1. nodeMCU(base on esp8266)
  2. PN532 NFC module
  3. NTAG
  4. Jumper wire

Software Needed:

  1. LINE Notify – https://notify-bot.line.me/en/
  2. Arduino IDE

Steps

Part 1: Configuring LINE Notify

step 1.1 Log in with LINE Account.

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step 1.2 Open My page.

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step 1.3 Generate access token.

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step 1.4¬†Enter Token name and Select LINE group* for Notification. then¬†click “Generate¬†Token”.
*After connecting your preferred service, invite “LINE Notify¬†account” to that group (for Ex LINE group. “LineNoTi”) to receive notifications.

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step 1.5 Copy Access Tokens for Arduino Code.

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Part 2.1: Prepare NTAG using ESP_writeTAG.ino
instead your message into ESP_writeTAG.ino

Part 2.2: Result NTAG reader using 2 mobile phone.

reader_mobile_01                  reader_mobile


Part 3.1: Configuring Code for ESP_LineNoTi_V1.3_Public.ino
instead of Access Token from LINE Notify and change your SSID/PASSWORD into ESP_LineNoTi_V1.3_Public.ino

Part 3.2: Result NTAG reader using 2 mobile phone.

reader_pc_03

Part 4: Wiring circuit using figure above.

SDA (nfc) > D5 (nodeMCU)
SCL (nfc) > D6 (nodeMCU)

Finally

Have a good time, follow your mind.
Mr.Jukrapun Chitpong




About The Author

I am Technical Instructor at faculty Of Engineering and Technology Panyapiwat Institute of Mangement in Thailand. I had graduated in B.Eng(Electrical engineering). I love to work in new technology and write articles to teach others.

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  • David Morales

    Hi, it is very interesting the use you gave to the esp8266.
    Could you tell me what library did you use? thanks

  • Dipak Bhagat

    Thank yo so much your code helped me

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