Did you know there is a PROX reader for iPad that supports multiple wireless readers simultaneously? Did you know the PROX reader can work 30 feet from the iPad? Did you know iPad attendance could be so easy with iPad PROX badge reader? Read HID PROX badges and ALL common (and most uncommon credential types) ISO14443A: LEGIC Advant1), MIFARE Classic 1k & 4k EV12) , MIFARE Classic, MIFARE Mini, MIFARE DESFire EV1, MIFARE DESFire EV22), MIFARE Plus S, X, MIFARE Pro X3), MIFARE Smart MX3), MIFARE Ultralight, MIFARE Ultralight C, MIFARE Ultralight EV1, NTAG2xx, PayPass3) , SLE44R35,
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This video shows multiple idChamp® NF4 RFID readers simultaneously connected to Android tablet (Galaxy S6 Lite) and reading NDEF data for the 1st stanza of the Star Spangled Banner while the Star Spangled Banner is sung by Whitney Houston. All the stanzas of Star Spangled Banner were written to the tiny PCB based NFC NTAG213 tags (measure 4.5 x 4.5 x 1.8mm) using the NF4 reader/writers. Demonstrates the power and flexibility of the NF4 that can provide multi-point attendance check-in using a single tablet or phone on Android, iOS, Windows 10, and MacOS.
Need to measure distance where tape measure is cumbersome or simply can’t work? SerialMagic Keys provides unmatched connectivity for laser distance measurement/meters like Leica DISTO E7100i. Here fireplace measurements are made with wireless DISTO E7100i and distance values are posted without any user error to FileMaker Go app. All iPhone/iPad/iOS apps can be used that can take typed input, providing unmatched flexibility allowing laser distance measurements to be posted as if typed to all iOS apps. For your solution needs for wireless distance measurements scales, sensors, RFID readers, barcode scanners, RS-232
Impossible to properly measure distance with tape measure? Sometimes it’s not possible for one person to make measurements with tape measure, even when there are two people, it may be less accurate than using laser distance meter/measurement device. SerialMagic Keys provides unmatched connectivity for laser distance measurement/meters like Leica DISTO E7100i to post measurements directly as keystrokes to all iPad/iOS/iPhone apps. Post laser measurements to FileMaker Go, Excel spreadsheet, Google Sheets, Microsoft 365, Notepad, Email, TEXT msg, window measurement apps, every app that allows keyed input.
Tired of using the pen-and-paper system to check in attendees at your event? Easily print your own custom QR Code attendance badges.Cloud-in-Hand stratus-io + InDesign + Excel sheet Quickly print QR Code event/attendance badges with Brother QL-820NWB Professional Eliminate user errors and increases efficiency, save money and time.Make your events fun for everyone. More about Cloud-in-Hand® stratus-io Attendance Solutions: https://cloud-in-hand.com How to implement Cloud-in-Hand® Mobile Attendance Solutions for into business?contact a Serialio Solution https://www.serialio.com/contact-us
Linea Pro 5 provides single-handed iOS 2D/1D built-in barcode scanner solution. Cloud-In-Hand stratus-io Mobile Attendance solution iOS runs on the iPod Touch providing solution for iOS to scan 2D/1D barcodes, like QR codes, code 128, PDF-417, and other symbologies to any app running on iOS. e.g. SerialMagic Keys, iScanBrowser, Cloud-In-Hand® Mobile Grid, stratus-io: time and attendance. Use this scanner and others like it to check-in employees, guests, visitors, and more in the blink of an eye. Have another scanner you would like to use and see supported?Check-in employees for your
Starting with iPhone-11 and iOS 13, iPhone built-in NFC supports reading and writing many types of NFC tags. Some example NFC tag types are ISO-14443A1,2,4 tags like NXP NTAG213, NTAG215, NTAG216, Mifare Classic EV1, Mifare Ultralight (aka Mifare UL), Mifare DESFire, Mifare Plus-SE, Mifare Plus-S, Mifare Plus-X, my-d move – SLE66R01P, FM11RF08, ISO-14443B4 tags like AT88RF020, SR176, SRIX512, SRIX4K, and Sony FeliCa4 tags, and ISO-15693 tags like ICODE SLI, SLI-X, SLI-X2, Tag-It HF-I Plus. This iOS app writes NDEF (NFC Data Exchange Format) data to all the NFC tag types
How do you connect Bluetooth device when Android shows mode as HID but mode is BLE? Many Bluetooth devices support multiple modes. BlueSnap M6A, and idChamp brand NFC-RFID reader-writer like NF4, RS3, RS4, DX1 have option for multiple Bluetooth modes. Suppose device is connected in HID (keyboard simulation) mode, then later want to change mode and connect to the same Android device (similar issue happens on iOS). This video shows how to use SerialMagic Gears app on Android to easily clear the Bluetooth cache so device will forget the incorrect Bluetooth
BlueSnap M6A wireless RS-232 adapter by default ships in BLE mode. To change BlueSnap M6A to HID mode (keyboard simulation), the M6A must have the BLE-HID firmware option installed at purchase. To change the BlueSnap M6A wireless mode, you must use yACK BLE app on Adroid or iOS.Note M6A Bluetooth RS-232 adapter can work also on Windows 10, and MacOS, but mode change must be done with yACK BLE. Load the yACK BLE app from serialio.com or Play. Android Connect the M6A to yACK BLE, Tap 3-Dot menu > Set Wireless Mode
How do you easily connect to specific wireless Bluetooth device when there are many in same area? When many wireless devices are in the same vicinity, use the Serial Device Manager (SDM) libraries and the iPhone built-in NFC reader to instantly connect to the exact specific device. Here the DEX Download app on iPhone-11 is incorporates the SDM libraries, and the “Connect via NFC” option enables you to simply hold the iPhone built-in NFC reader near the BlueSnap dongle, and get a wireless connection without guesswork or checking labels. The wireless