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Install SerialMagic Gears (non market) Activate SerialMagic Gears Setup SerialMagic Gears Automate your SerialMagic Gears workflow Setup SerialMagic Keys Set SerialMagic Keys as the default keyboard Configure the command key Setup prefixes and suffixes for scan data Setup NFC Gears Setup the SDM Setup scan filtering Setup scan modification Enable device filters Use the SDM Pair your scanner Unpair your scanner Reconnect your scanner Setup your scanner Send a log
iScanBrowser is a powerful tool used to scan data into web applications on an Android device. You can set up Web Form Rules to automatically select a field to import data, which allows you to avoid the need to tap the field as the focal point for the cursor. This is useful when you need to scan data quickly without using the Android device’s interface.  Looking for iScanBrowser for iOS? Navigating the Web Set your homepage Set the start page Manage bookmarks and browsing history Export bookmarks Enable always showing the address bar Web Form Rules (WFR) About Web…
iScanBrowser is a powerful tool used to scan data into web applications on an iOS device. You can set up Web Form Rules to automatically select a field to import data, allowing you to avoid the need to tap the field as the focal point for the cursor. This is useful when you need to scan data quickly without using the iOS device’s interface. Looking for iScanBrowser for Android? Navigating the Web Set the homepage Set the start page Manage bookmarks and browsing history The Serial Device Manager (SDM) Pair with a Bluetooth device Device settings SDM settings Enable auto…
Here you will be able to find and download your device's Quick Start Guide (QSG). If a Quick Start Guide isn't available for a Serialio product you use and you would like for one to be made, please email us about it. Be sure to check out product user guides too! Barcode Scanners Scanfob 2006 Download QSG Scanfob 3002i  Download QSG Scanfob 4000n  Download QSG Scanfob 4000i  Download QSG KeyBatch BR2  Download QSG KDC20…
This troubleshooting guide provides solutions to some of the most common issues with iScanBrowser for iOS. Make Sure iScanBrowser is Up-To-Date Using an older version of any application, including iScanBrowser, increases your risk of running into complications. Applications are updated to fix bugs, patch security holes, and maintain compatibility with the latest operating systems (e.g. iOS, Android). Therefore, not updating your applications exposes you to security risks, preventable-bugs, and incompatibility issues. See the section below for your device—iOS or Android—to find out how…
This guide demonstrates how to use Android built-in NFC reader and NFC Gears' Write NDEF message feature (available in version 2.2.24 and later). You will need: NFC Gears (available on the Google Play Store) NFC enabled An NFC tag (with an empty NDEF data store) 1. Launch NFC Gears. 2. Tap on "SETTINGS." 3. Hold the NFC tag up to your Android phone's NFC sensor. 4. tap on "Write NDEF message." You will receive a prompt explaining that the built-in NFC reader can only write to an empty tag. If you need to overwrite NDEF data, you will need to use the idChamp NF2 or idChamp…
This article demonstrates how to use the idChamp RS4 and iScanBrowser for iOS to write NDEF data to NFC tags. In the first section of this guide, we'll learn how to write an NDEF record to a tag. In the second section, we'll test the tag by reading the NDEF data. You will need: an idChamp RS4 RFID reader an NFC tag to write to an iPhone or iPad Before you get started, you'll want to download iScanBrowser from the AppStore, power on your idChamp RS4, and launch iScanBrowser once it has finished downloading. Write NDEF Data 1. Navigate to the Device Manager. 2. Tap on the…
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…
In its most rudimentary form, an RFID system is made up of two parts; a transponder (a tag) and an interrogator (a reader). The transponder, which consists of an inlay which has a microchip, an antenna, and usually a substrate (the stuff that holds the tag’s components together) and optionally an encasing to protect the inlay from various environmental factors, is encoded with information specific to the object it is attached to or associated with, such as a serial number. The interrogator reads the transponder’s information by emitting a signal to the transponder that prompts…
The primary difference between active and passive tags is that active tags have their own power source (typically an embedded battery) and passive tags rely on the RFID reader's propagation signal to power the tag. From this primary distinction stems a variety of considerations to make when deciding between the two types of tags. This article aims to help aid you in deciding which type of tag — active or passive — is best for your business application by laying out some of the most pivotal factors you should consider.   Active Tags Passive Tags…