Android RFID support for RFD8500

Hi,

 

Is there any other support or API reference for RFID on Android using the RFD8500 scanner? The current SDK only supports barcodes.

 

Regards,

 

Matic

The ASCII SDK for RFID is embedded in the zip file for the Android RFID commands.

https://portal.motorolasolutions.com/Support/US-EN/Resolution?solutionId=100323&productDetailGUID=ba147475cc710510VgnVCM…

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Hello,

I have the same problem, the ASCII documentation embedded in the zip file is just a list of java functions, but it doesn't explain which parameters those functions require.

For example I would like to change the "beeper" of the RFD8500; now it sounds every tag read, I would like to set it to sound every "new" tag read.

From your example I found that to change the volume I have to use

Command_setAttr.setattnum(140);

Command_setAttr.setatttype("B");

or to mute it:

command_setAttr.setattvalue(3);

but where I can find the explanation of these constants ?

and what if I would like to send a "beep" from the android app ?

thanks you for your support!

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Hi,

The ASCII SDK is based on the ZETI Protocol. ZETI is documented in the RFD8500 Developer Guide.

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How we can use ASCII SDK? Is there any example to send command through ZETI?

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Hello,

to access a particular tag , I need to issue a Select command (EPC Gen2 protocol), followed by 3 ms standing wave to power up the circuit.

Is it possibile with the RFD8500 with the android SDK ?

thank you

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