Explore the Latest RFID Explorer App Update for iOS, Android Devices


2nd April 2014

Have you checked out our RFID Explorer app? To help users fully experience the functionality and versatility of the 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID Reader, we’ve updated the RFID Explorer app for optimum performance on both iOS and Android-powered devices.

RFID Explorer uses TSL’s sophisticated ASCII 2 protocol, enabling a powerful set of commands to carry out complex UHF RFID operations in a simple, easy-to-grasp way. Using these simple pre-configured ASCII commands, the 1128 UHF RFID reader can be rapidly integrated into applications resulting in unparalleled levels of productivity.

The latest RFID Explorer version is a robust, full-featured RFID app that has been engineered and tested to address all known issues. Features of the RFID Explorer app include:

Inventory – Rapidly generate a complete inventory of nearby tagged assets and review a summary of scan operations.

Read/Write – Easily scan and read all information stored on RFID tags in the vicinity. Write new data to scanned tags to create customized RFID tags per asset.

Commands – A wide selection of built-in ASCII commands can be executed within the reader while allowing the user to view the data sent and received from the device to the tag, without requiring a customized driver.

Find – Specific tags can be quickly and easily located with the handheld reader using graphical representations of tag signal strength levels.

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What’s New in iOS Version 1.0.8

  • Updated to support iOS 7 release
  • Saved or copied inventory data now includes a timestamp for each transponder
  • This version fixes an issue on the Inventory Screen introduced in v1.0.7
  • RFID Explorer is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and iPad mini.

What’s New in Android Version 1.0

  • Added support for the new TSL 1153 wearable
  • Updates to the interface to improve layout and legibility across all device sizes
  • This version completes the fixes for all known issues including:
    • Problems when clearing the inventory list in high tag density environments
    • Issues where RFID Explorer would fail to launch on devices with hi-res screens
    • Launching problems when Bluetooth is not turned on.

Download this free RFID app today to explore the full capabilities of the 1128 Bluetooth® UHF RFID Reader and TSL’s powerful ASCII 2 communication protocol:

RFID Explorer iOS Version 1.0.8

RFID Explorer Android Version 1.0