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User Guides
File Name
Version
Release Date
Type
Notes


1.01
March 15, 2019

The TSL Firmware Loader is used to ensure that your TSL UHF RFID Reader has fully up-to-date firmware. The initial release supports the IH21 and 2128 Readers with additional Reader support arriving in future updates.

1.02
January 2, 2019

This document provides details of how to rapidly locate hard to find tagged items using TSL’s tag-finding Apps such as 'RFID Tag Finder' (available for Android™ and Windows Phone) or the Find-a-Tag feature in 'RFID Explorer for iOS'.

1.00
November 28, 2018

A quick guide to help you get started with the 2128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID Reader. For more in-depth information, please refer to the 2128 User Guide.

1.16
November 12, 2018

User Guide for the 2128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID Reader

1.0
December 16, 2017

User Guide for UHF Smart Wedge ASCII 2 .NET for Windows Desktop.

UHF Smart Wedge ASCII 2 is a solution that converts UHF transponder reads and barcode scans from TSL® ASCII Protocol UHF readers into keyboard presses. This enables UHF and barcode data to be scanned into legacy applications without any changes to the application.

1.0
May 24, 2017

The document describes the process of updating firmware to a TSL ASCII Protocol Reader.

1.1
December 8, 2014

This document describes how to pair a TSL Bluetooth® Reader to a Windows 7 desktop computer. The process is similar for other desktop computers.

    Applications
    File Name
    Version
    Release Date
    Type
    Notes


    1.23
    November 26, 2018

    Version 1.23

    - fix for 1128 Bluetooth® reset timeout

    - added support for future products

    1.8
    April 13, 2017

    Updated to support the ASCII protocol v2.4.
    The install is now digitally signed.

    1.10
    October 10, 2016

    UHF Smart Wedge ASCII 2 is a solution that converts UHF transponder reads and barcode scans from TSL® ASCII Protocol UHF readers into keyboard presses. This enables UHF and barcode data to be scanned into legacy applications without any changes to the application. The User Guide can be downloaded here.

      ASCII Protocol
      File Name
      Version
      Release Date
      Type
      Notes


      2.5 Rev A
      April 5, 2019

      Added and updated many new Response Field Headers and Commands.

       

      2.4 Rev B
      November 16, 2017

      Added –e option to the .bt command

        Developer Documentation
        File Name
        Version
        Release Date
        Type
        Notes

        2128 Developer Documentation

        1.0
        April 17, 2019

        The new generation of TSL® readers (2128/IH21 and the 2166) support the new FindTag Command (.ft) which
        makes tag-finding easier to understand and implement, allowing the reader to do most of the work.

        1.0
        November 15, 2017

        TSL® Bluetooth® UHF RFID Readers can be operated in SPP mode where the Reader is controlled by a custom written application or in HID mode, where the Reader behaves like a Bluetooth® Keyboard. This document details how to switch between these modes.

        1.33
        April 24, 2017

        This document recaps the behaviour and operation of UHF transponders with respect to selecting, reading and writing, and provides some examples of how to achieve this with the TSL ASCII 2 Protocol.

        1.0
        March 7, 2017

        It is often necessary to change the existing EPC of a tag to a new value to support either standards-based or custom encoding formats. This document provides examples of how to modify the EPC identifier using the TSL RFID Explorer App.

        1.0
        January 18, 2017

        It is often necessary to change the existing EPC of a tag to a new value to support either standards-based or custom encoding formats. This document provides examples of how to modify the EPC identifier using the TSL ASCII 2 protocol.

        1.0
        January 3, 2017

        Information on enabling Bluetooth® Auto-Reconnect Mode on iOS Devices.

        1.22
        July 21, 2016

        Information relating to submitting your TSL-hardware enabled apps to the App Store.

        1.0
        June 22, 2015

        This document details appropriate parameters for an Inventory command in a reader supporting the TSL ASCII 2 protocol (such as the 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID Reader) to be used in the implementation of a “Tag Finder” operation.

        1.0
        May 29, 2015

        This document describes how to update the Bluetooth® Firmware within a TSL UHF RFID Reader

        1.0
        January 7, 2015

        Technology Solutions (UK) Ltd has implemented a common object model for Android, iOS, Windows Desktop, Windows Mobile and Windows Phone. This document is provided as an overview of using this object model to perform ASCII 2 commands with a TSL ASCII 2 device

        1.0
        December 18, 2014

        The TSL® range of Bluetooth® connected UHF RFID readers are able to appear to host devices as an HID keyboard. In this mode the data read by the reader is sent to the host as if it were typed on the host’s keyboard.  This document describes the Bluetooth® HID mode in more detail.

        1.0
        December 17, 2014

        This document describes USB charging behaviour, safety features and the best programming practises for tethered mode operation.

        1.0
        August 15, 2014

        This document details Log file and Autorun file commands/responses that can be used with TSL Bluetooth UHF RFID Readers with a micro-SD card installed.

          Diagnostics
          File Name
          Version
          Release Date
          Type
          Notes


          1.7
          January 3, 2019

          This Windows application connects to an 1128, 1153, 1166, 2128 or IH21 UHF RFID Reader (via a USB connection) in order to generate diagnostic information that can be emailed to our Support team. The Virtual COM Port driver must be installed in order for this application to function correctly.

          V1.7 - Improved Bluetooth® and RFID tests. Please uninstall previous version before installing this one.

          V1.4 - Further Bluetooth® and barcode engine tests added.

            Firmware
            File Name
            Version
            Release Date
            Type
            Notes


            1.3.5
            April 15, 2019

            v1.3.5

            Added support for 2102 PowerHandle
            Optimised internal tag reports to improve performance
            Added optional Phase and Channel reports
            Added new FindTag (.ft) command
            Added optional Inventory Duplicate Removal (Not IH21. Also needs hardware modification)
            Added HID language support
            Added Regulatory Region Albania (DZ)
            Added support for 2129 Antenna

            Other minor bug fixes

            1.0
            May 24, 2017

            The document describes the process of updating firmware to a TSL ASCII Protocol Reader.

              Mobile Apps - Android
              File Name
              Version
              Release Date
              Type
              Notes


              2.4.4
              March 15, 2019

              Version 2.4.4

              • RFID Explorer now has a Settings page. Use this page to change the Inventory Session and the display format (Hex/ASCII).
              • The Settings page also controls the new audio feedback with modes based on tag acquisition rate and for each unique tag seen.
              • The Reader connection behaviour has also changed so that, by default, the App will maintain the connection when in the background.
              • A Setting has also been added to prevent the Inventory screen display from sleeping.
              • Inventory results can now be saved to the device instead of being shared.
              • Performance has also been improved when in high density tag environments.
              • Minor bug fixes
              3.3.1
              January 25, 2019

              3.3.1

              This release provides support for using the built-in barcode scanner for Honeywell Android handheld devices such as the D75e, CT40, CT50, CT60 & EDA51. This feature uses the "Honeywell Android Data Collection Intent API" so may require an update to the Common_ES package on the device.

              Tags with an existing EPC over 256 bits long can now be encoded.

              Improved writing to small tags

              1.2.0
              March 22, 2018

              v1.2.0

              For ePop-Loq and USB OTG connected Readers:
              - the Reader will automatically connect when attached
              - the Option screen now includes controls to switch between SPP and HID modes.

              The Reader clock can now be reset to the current time from the Options screen.
              The Options page now provides the ability to change the mode of the ePop-Loq connector on compatible Readers.
              The Select Reader screen list now provides images of available Readers.

              1.0.0
              February 21, 2018

              This special version of RFID Tag Finder for Android, with the same feature set as the Play Store App, is able to connect to Readers with ePop-Loq® connectors, such as the 2128 and IH21 Readers. Snap a terminal, in an ePop-Loq® case, onto the Reader and the App will automatically launch, connect and be ready for use!

              Note that there is no support for Bluetooth® device connections in this version. This App can be installed along-side the Play Store (Bluetooth®) version and will identify as "TSL ePL Tag Finder".

                Software Development Kits
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                Version
                Release Date
                Type
                Notes


                2.0
                December 20, 2018

                v2.0

                This is the first release of the unified Android SDK v2.0 that supports both ePop-Loq®/USB and Bluetooth® Readers.

                The ReaderManager and Reader classes, introduced in the ePop-Loq SDK (v1.0.x), can now also handle Bluetooth® devices.

                A new Sample Project, ReaderManager, has been created that showcases the new ReaderManager classes and the updated DeviceList Activity project.

                All other Sample projects have been updated to use the new ReaderManager and DeviceList Activity project.

                The ConfigureBarcode Sample project now displays a Code 128 barcode on the UI to aid testing.

                1.0
                May 21, 2018

                The Developer Resource Pack contains images of our readers, for use in applications developed to support our readers.   

                Terms of Use
                The images in this bundle and the rights pertaining to them, including copyright and ownership, are the sole and exclusive property of Technology Solutions (UK) Ltd 2018.  The images in this bundle are only provided for use in Mobile or Desktop applications that connect to the TSL Reader depicted in the image. No other use is authorised.

                1.4.1
                March 5, 2018

                TSL UHF ASCII 2.0 SDK v1.4.1 for iOS adds support for the 2128/IH21 reader and provides a popLoqMode parameter on the FactoryDefaultsCommand to allow changes to the mode of the ePop-Loq® connector on compatible devices.

                Bug fixes:

                All Sample projects have been updated to address a connection issue when switching Apps using the iOS task-switcher. This change moves the disconnection of the current Reader into the will ResignActive: method. We strongly recommend developers implement this approach to ensure multiple Apps can work effectively while sharing a single Reader.

                See the included "Framework Version History.txt" file for additional release details.

                1.1.0
                February 26, 2018

                The v1.1.0 release of the Xamarin SDK is now available and adds support for using ePop-Loq® & USB connected readers with Android devices.

                The goal of this release was to provide direct Reader connection support in the simplest way possible for existing Xamarin SDK users - changes needed are described in the included document: "Adding ePop-Loq Support to a Xamarin SDK App".

                The following Sample Apps have been updated to demonstrate the ePop-Loq® USB support:

                Sample.Inventory

                Sample.ChangeEpc

                Sample.LicenceKey

                Sample.ReadWrite

                Sample.Switch