Purwarupa Sistem Keamanan Locker Laboratorium Berbasis Raspberry Pi Biometrik Dan RFID
Laboratory is a very crucial place in doing practice learning. Generally, there are high value
research equipment and component. It needs completing with electronic security system to improve the
security system of laboratory locker user. This research will make a prototype of laboratory locker
security system based on Raspberry pi biometrik and RFID. This system combines the fingerprint
recognition system with fingerprint sensor R307 and the method of id matching by using RFID Card
MIFARE RC522. Raspberry Pi is used as the main controller connected to database MySQL.
Integration process with database is successfully done by using Python language as the device
connector with database. Data of id tag from the reading result of RFID reader and scanning from
sensor of fingerprint on device are successfully delivered to database and sucessfully receive reply
response in the form of the user identity which is shown on LCD screen. The process takes less than
five seconds as long as the device has been connected with Wifi network. The security lock system of
locker box is also equipped with logger data therefore it will make investigation easy if the loss on
laboratory equipment happens.
Keyword : Id Tag, Locker, Python, Raspberry Pi, RFID, Fingerprint Sensor, MySQL, WiFi.
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