We got everything working over USB, but it is extremely slow (5 seconds per label). We were told that using TCP connection would be faster. So we tried that but can’t even get a response back now. Our ZPL contains ^RFR command to get TID and EPC value. All three print the ZPL, but only the USB connections returns the TID and EPC values. The USB connection works with InitTime = 2000, and MaxTime = 3000. Anything less and I get erratic results. I get no results back for either TCP connection even with InitTime = 5000 and MaxTime = 10000.
I'm on the process of submitting a new application to the Apple Store that uses the RFD8500 SDK. Apple has rejected the application because:
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MFi - Program Authorization
We are unable to post your app to the App Store at this time because your app has not been authorized by the accessory manufacturer to work with the MFi accessory.
I have a printer from a customer, model ZT410, I develop in C #, I would like to know if there is how to record an EPC when printing and after that read the TID of the label that was printed
I tried to look for some example, but I didn't find it
We are developing an app for a Zebra TC20 device in order to perform inventories (we use a handheld Zebra RFD8500 reader to read RFID tags).
We are interested in locating tags with the RFD8500 using only the barcode of the tags instead of the full EPC.
Example: suppose we have 3 tags:
- Tag 1 -> Barcode: 8433594013132 // EPC: 843359401313200001723799
- Tag 2 -> Barcode: 8433594013132 // EPC: 843359401313200001723158
- Tag 3 -> Barcode: 8433594013300 // EPC: 843359401330000001832435
I want to develop software to read RFID Tag with FX9500 and data where to start which document I have to read
and is it possible to read tag and directly send to database?
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