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idChamp RFID Readers Facilitate Mining Site Compliance

How does the 2nd largest major mining company in North America manage their on-site personnel?idhamp RFID readers facilitate mining site compliance at this major mining company. Why Tracking On-Site Personnel Is Important Knowing your employees locations is important for their safety. Additionally your contractors, visitors and guests also appreciate your concern for their safety. Finally your government likely requires compliance of your personnel management system. Multi-Site Personnel Management Problem How do you rate your company’s mining site personnel management?Your site compliance system must be able to report who is currently

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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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idChamp® NF4x LED & Button Descriptions

NF4x has one physical button for power on/off and functionality, and one micro-USB connector for power/charging. Battery model: Press the button briefly to power on the unit. Press and hold the button and Connection LED will blink briefly, then stop blinking, when blinking stops, release the button and NF4x will power off. Kiosk model: Plug micro-USB cable (regulated 5V) and the unit will power on.    When power is applied the power/charge LED will illuminate. For battery model this LED will change to green when the unit is fully charged.  

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idChamp NF4 SDM PAC Wizard Setup To Post Correct Badge Value

Why does my RFID badge read post the incorrect value?   SDM (Serial Device Manager) PAC wizard provides ability to setup idChamp NF4 (when in Smart Mode) to post correct badge value.   SDM iOS and SDM Android both provide a PAC wizard option.Note: Using the PAC Wizard will automatically change the CSN/PAC post format from HEX (default) to DEC. DEC, or decimal, is required for PACs data. Video below shows setup example using the iOS PAC wizard in stratus-io app. The SDM works same in all apps like iScanBrowser, SerialMagic, Mobile Grid.

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How to pair your scanner in BLE mode on iOS

This document provides instructions on how to pair your scanner with Serialio’s applications for iOS in BLE mode. Please note that not all scanners sold by Serialio support BLE mode. To see which Bluetooth mode your scanner supports, click here. Make sure your scanner is in BLE mode. Make sure Bluetooth is enabled on your iOS device. Make your scanner discoverable and connectable. Launch SerialMagic Keys, iScanBrowser, or Cloud-In-Hand Mobile Grid. Navigate to the SDM. Tap on your scanner’s name when you see it listed as a discovered device beneath Bluetooth LE

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6 Things That Can Affect An RFID System’s Performance

Performance is important when it comes to implementing and maintaining an RFID system. Here are six common factors that can negatively impact an RFID system’s performance. Interference Interference from other radio-frequency (RF) emitting devices (RFI), such as other RFID readers and Wi-Fi access points, can negatively impact RFID system performance. Power Supply As with any system dependant on electronic components, RFID systems are subject to the risks of a “dirty” power supply. Such power supplies can elicit strange behavior from electronic devices (such as RFID readers) that draw power from

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