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Save RS3x Settings

You want to save the idChamp RS3x RFID reader NFC profile configuration settings to load on another RS3x. First load the RS3 NFC Setup App to your Android device. You can get this app on Google Play. Open the RS3 NFC Setup app and use menu, then Select Device, and select the RS3 to connect the RFID reader. After connected, you select NFC2, NFC3, NFC4 from the app drop-down. After each selection wait for the reading of each profile to complete before you select the next one. Finally, tap menu

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ID Shown On RFID Badge

How To Post Number Shown (Printed) On RFID Badge What do you do when you want to use an existing RFID-NFC badge for a new solution?This post shows you how the ID shown (printed) on an RFID badge can be posted. Having your idChamp® brand NF4 RFID-NFC reader post the correct value is easy using the Serial Device Manager (SDM). You simply scan the RFID badge, enter the value printed on the badge, and the PAC Wizard does the setup. Apps Using the Serial Device Manager (SDM) Apps SerialMagic Keys,

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Read Write RI-TRP-DR2B-40 RFID Glass Transponder

Read & write RI-TRP-DR2B-40 RFID transponder. The idChamp® DX1 LF RFID reader/writer provides just the solution you need. The DX1 reads – and writes when supported by the chip – using the HDX & FDX protocols. Read & Write 134.2kHz RFID Chips You can write from iOS devices like iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch. This works for all apps using apps supporting the serialio.com SDM. Alternately, if you prefer Android use your Android tablet or smartphone. Moreover, Contact serialio.com to provide your solution for Windows and MacOS. Your flexibility is unmatched

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RS3x DIP Switch Settings for BLE Mode

You can set idChamp® RS3x RFID-NFC reader DIP switch settings for different operating modes. This page shows how to setup the RS3x DIP switch settings for BLE mode. You setup RS3x RFID engine using the RS3 NFC Setup iOS app. In addition, you setup RS3x RFID engine using the RS3 NFC Setup Android app. Note: the RS3x model RFID-NFC reader switch settings differ from the RS3 model. See here for RS3x DIP switch settings in cabled mode. DIP Switch Setting Images For BLE Mode DIP switch S3 and S5 settings

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RS3x DIP Switch Settings for Cabled Mode

You can set idChamp® RS3x RFID-NFC reader DIP switch settings for different operating modes. First, you can setup RS3x RFID engine using the RS3 NFC Setup iOS app. In addition, you can setup RS3x RFID engine using the RS3 NFC Setup Android app. Finally you can use cabled mode to setup the RFID-NFC engine with a Windows PC. For cabled mode, a USB RS-232 adapter is needed, along with an idChamp bridge cable. Additionally, you use the RS3x in cabled mode to read smart card badges with Windows PCs and

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RFID Badge & Smartphone Credential Attendance Management Kiosk

stratus-io Time and Attendance by Cloud-In-Hand Solutions Framework with the idChamp® NF4 RFID-NFC reader provides unmatched flexibility and convenience to read every type of RFID employee ID badge credential in common use (and many not so common) for attendance, training, meetings, and emergency evacuations. The Lillitab desktop kiosk shown in this video provides a convenient secure kiosk form factor (locked with a physical key) for unattended operations. Floor stand and wall-mount options are also available. Kiosks can support many Android and iOS devices. Cloud-In-Hand Solutions Framework can also provide soft

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Forklift Driving Enabled with Employee Badge – Track Vehicle Usage – Confirm Safety

A manufacturing company was having trouble accurately understanding who was operating forklifts on-site. Forklift operators had Bluetooth Beacons that were detected and authenticated by their on-board Android application to register usage and task completion.  Operators would leave the beacon on the forklift and enable anyone to drive without proper approval and management. For example they had one report indicating an operator drove for 56 hours straight. This made it impossible for the company to understand which employee was responsible for the forklift and how effective they were at completing tasks.

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What’s the difference between active and passive RFID tags?

RFID tags are composed of several components—a micro-chip, a substrate (e.g., Mylar or plastic coating), and an antenna, which is attached to the micro-chip. The primary difference between active and passive RFID tags is that active tags incorporate a built-in power supply, while passive tags use the power from the electromagnetic wave from the RFID reader to send its data to the reader. Apart from this primary distinction, you’ll find more in-depth differences in the table below.   Active Tags Passive Tags Power Powered by internal source (e.g., battery or solar

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What are anti-metal RFID tags?

Anti-metal tags are specialized RFID tags that can be read from conductive surfaces, such as metal (something that regular tags can’t do). Learn more about anti-metal (aka on-metal) tags,  and contact serialio to speak with an RFID specialist.

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