1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 15, 2017 1:36 AM by Andreas Fauerbach

    How to use fx 7500 for controlling boom-barriers?

    Obulesu Thapeta

      Hi..

      I want to develop a java application for controlling boom-barriers and also want to process few RFID tags.

      Where Can I download SDK ?

      How to start?

      Where the RFID info is stored? Is it in the fx7500) scanner or local machine or external server?

        • Re: How to use fx 7500 for controlling boom-barriers?
          Andreas Fauerbach

          Pease refer to the FX7500 support page. There you can find documentation and test&demo software (SeesionOne PowerSession) to make first steps.

          Also you can get the SDK (EMDK) for Java, which enables you to write host based applications as well as applications running on the reader itself.

          The FX7500 features digital outputs which you can use to trigger the boom barrier and inputs you can use for sensors or light barriers.

          Depending on the complexity and ressource demands of your software you may decide, if it is OK to run it on thre reader or to put it on an external controller or host.

          The application usually defines filters for the Tags, selects the Tags that need to be accessed, triggers the read cycle and derives the buffered Tag data from the reader.

          There is sample code to begin with. The samples come with the EMDK.