Writing a custom EPC Value to an RFID Tag

Hello All,

We are currently testing our Zebra ZT410 RFID printer and have made good progress on the testing.  Using the programming guide we have been able to revamp some .NET code to connect via IP to the Zebra printer and send the ZPL commands as a string to the printer on Port 9100.

However we wish to encode our label tags with our own internal EPC value that is linked to our internal MES system for trace-ability purposes.

How can we pass our custom value to the ZPL code "^FD our own alphanumeric value" from our SQL server database?

Any insight is appreciated.

Anonymous (not verified)
At minimum, you need ^RB

At minimum, you need ^RB command to define the EPC format. Then use ^RF command to write the value.

By looking at the ZPL code snippet above, it doesn't look right. If there is no ^RB command used, it is assumed to use all 96-bit of EPC. The "^RFW,H" means to write hex data to 96-bits to EPC. But the "^FD200038599394838848383838383838" in hex has far more than 96-bits. Please refer to this RFID Programming Guide 3 for details.

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Dennis Rene Cha...
To be able to write the epc

To be able to write the epc bank, a hexadecimal value corresponding to an EAN13 converted to EPC, for example 7412596600114, is necessary, translate to epc, the hex value should be  is 3075C46DD03A9AC000000006 this value can have 96bit or less and to write it it should be done in the following way

                ^RFW,H

                ^FD 3075C46DD03A9AC000000006^FS

i hope it helps you!

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leyone thomas
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Have you all seen Readers' Nook this for https://www.assignmentmasters.co.uk/write-my-essay/? If yes, then this would be a good thing to be done but if that's not the case then I guess it would be not really good. You can try that for the rest of the community later as we all are into something like that.

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