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To use the IceKey HF with SerialMagic for keyboard emulation follow the steps below.   Download and install SerialMagic Professional from our downloads page. Be sure to select the link for the correct Windows version.   1. Add the IceKey HF    Plug your IceKey HF reader into the PC.   When you open SerialMagic you will be prompted with the device wizard. Select Cabled connection and choose IceKey HF as the scanner type. Click Next.   Select the COM port assigned to your IceKey HF reader. Click Next.  …
The default baud rate for the BlueSnap Smart Dongle is 9600. Some applications may require a different baud rate. This article will walk you through the steps to change the baud rate (to 115200 in this example). You will need a terminal application like TeraTerm, PuTTy, or Serialio's JavaTerm. We will use PuTTy in this example. You will also need a USB-RS232 cable to connect the BlueSnap Smart Dongle to the PC. Open PuTTy, select the Serial radio button and set your communication options to the correct COM port and baud rate. For this example, our USB-RS232 cable is assigned to COM 235 and…
By default, the idChamp RS3 Reader's Bluetooth Smart module will turn off after 5 minutes of inactivity. This article will walk you through the steps to change the setting to disable that Bluetooth Awake timer.   Update System Awake Timer Open the idChamp RS3 Reader and make sure that the switches match the pictures below:   idChamp RS3 Reader Diagram   For banks S2 and S3 (See diagram above). For banks S4 and S5 (Note: You will need to remove the idChamp RS3 Reader from the case to access these banks - See diagram above).   You will need a terminal…
Changes for version 8.9-9.0 Support Raspberry Pi-3 (LuxArm 32-bit) Support ODROID (in RPi-3 package - LuxArm 64-bit) Support Windows Server 2016 Changes for version 8.8-8.9 Support Windows 10 Changes for version 8.7-8.8 Windows Server 2012 R2 Changes for version 8.6-8.7 Support Windows 8.1 Changes for version 8.5-8.6 Support device type: Manufacturer: Ingenico - Description: Ingenico iSC350 Comm Port Support device type: Manufacture: Conexant – Description: Conexant HDA D330 MDC V.92 Modem Changes for version 8.4-8.5 Updated SerialPortLocal.java to load on Windows Server 2012 "…
People frequently ask if SerialPort provides support for javax.comm.SerialPort. Yes, absolutely. This information will help you determine if you wish to use the superior SerialPort API directly, or the javax.comm.SerialPort API. SerialPort provides maximum flexibility (evident by the fact that javax.comm.SerialPort is implemented entirely using SerialPort). The SerialPort API was shipping commercially for about 18 months before Sun introduced javax.comm.SerialPort. As diagrammed below, the Serialio.com implementation of javax.comm.SerialPort was built completely using the SerialPort API and…
SerialPort is the world's first, and still foremost Java product for serial ports. SerialPort provides highly flexible control of serial ports from your Java application.SerialPort is a high-performance class that also provides low-level serial port control. If your device plugs into a serial port—on or off the Internet—it is almost certain that you can use SerialPort to communicate with it. Applets To implement applet support, you must create a 'trusted' applet. If you're interested in creating trusted applets, ask about our Termlet Package which has the source code for our Termlet demo,…
This article demonstrates how to read and write RFID/NFC tags on iOS with the Scanfob Ultra-BB2e or the Scanfob NFC-BB2e. This option is available through Serialio's Serial Device Manager (SDM). You can access the SDM through our iScanBrowser app for iOS or our Cloud-in-Hand Mobile Grid for Android. 1. Launch either Cloud-in-Hand Mobile Grid or iScanBrowser. For this tutorial, we will be using the Mobile Grid application for iOS. 2. Tap on the Serial Device Manager icon. 3. Make your Scanfob BB2e discoverable by holding down the button for 1-2 seconds. 4. When you see your Scanfob…
This support article demonstrates how to disable and re-enable the Bluetooth-SPP engine on the idChamp RS3. Before We Start Due to popular request, Serialio has released the RS3 Disable SPP-HID Android application that allows our customers to disable the Bluetooth-SPP engine on their idChamp RS3 Dual Engine RFID Scanners. This solution is primarily for those who use their idChamp RS3 exclusively in BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) mode and would like to turn off the Bluetooth-SPP engine to avoid conflicts and confusion. Before you disable the SPP engine, there are a couple of considerations…
Required for this tutorial: a Scanfob® qID Mini with the Constant Read Mode firmware upgrade*   Step 1. Hold down the scan button for three seconds. You will see either "CMODE ON" or "CMODE OFF." CMODE Stands for Constant Read Mode. Step 2. To toggle CMODE, hold down the scan button again for three seconds. This will toggle constant read mode either ON or OFF, depending on the previous value of CMODE. Note: The CMODE state remains either ON or OFF, even after rebooting the device.
To toggle the iOS keyboard when using the idChamp RS3 in Bluetooth keyboard mode, hold down the power button for a brief moment (a fraction of a second). This will toggle the on-screen keyboard.
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