No - currently you can only use the RFD SDK API to get data from the RFD2000. On the RFD8500 , we have the option to configure the reader in Bluetooth HID mode , after which it operates as a simple Datawedge i.e. EPC tag ID data is placed in the keyboard queue . This allows any application to accept tag data without modification but it has some limitations over using the API e.g. it is read only , no battery status monitoring etc.