When I press the trigger on the RFD8500 scanner, I want it to start the barcode scanner on the TC520K. The reason is that we will scan both the RFID tag and the barcode, at the same time, so we don't have to first press the RFID8500 trigger and then press the TC520K barcode scan button separately.
In the project, I use FX9600 and Fx7500 devices. I use:
Zebra-FXSeries-Embedded-SDK-Java-Windows_V1.0.0 and API3 libraries.
In my code to read the user's memory bank, I use the following method: .getTag (). GetMemoryBankData (). Currently, the maximum length I can read is 128 bits. How could I increase this value to memory bank tags that have 512 bits or more?
Thanks for any tips :)
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I see that the page link to RFID ENCODING GUIDES is not working.
I need to develop an app that can print a serial number and encode the EPC section in a Gen2 Tag at the same time.
Is there any sample code for this? I am using a Zebra ZD500R
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STOP_TRIGGER_TYPE: has a number of useful types which make use of a timeout *and* a number of tags/attempts:
STOP_TRIGGER_TYPE_TAG_OBSERVATION_WITH_TIMEOUT, STOP_TRIGGER_TYPE_N_ATTEMPTS_WITH_TIMEOUT, STOP_TRIGGER_TYPE_ACCESS_N_ATTEMPTS_WITH_TIMEOUT
But — how do I specify the number of tags/attempts? Class StopTrigger has setDurationMilliSeconds, but doesn't seem to have a way to set the number of tags/attempts.
I'm trying to read both TID and EPC tag data using the MC3330R and the RFID3 SDK. I've encountered problems:
1. Is there a way to specify the memory bank to be read? There seems to be a "com.zebra.rfid.api3.MEMORY_BANK" class, but I can't see it used anywhere as a parameter.
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.