AFX-100 Reader
User Manual
EID_UM_1000109_AFX100M1.6_US
EID_UM_1000109_AFX100M1.6_US
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INTRODUCTION
The AFX-100 Reader is a portable reader for RFID tags with the purpose of identifying
animals. The device is fully compliant with ISO standards ISO11784 and ISO11785 and
with the FDX-A (Destron Fecava version, Trovan technologies and Avid’s encrypted
technology), FDX-B, and HDX technologies. The reader can also capture the
temperature information with Allflex TD implants and Destron Fearing BT implants.
In addition to its tag reading functions, the AFX-100 Reader can store up to 1800 IDs,
each associated with a time/date stamp, in its internal memory and transmit them to a
personal computer via an USB interface or an optional Bluetooth® interface.
Using the device is easy and a clear menu gives several options to personally configure
your reader.
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Features
Unique dual element omnidirectional antenna provides improved reading
Backlight graphical display
Audible beeper and tactile vibrator reading indicators (configurable)
Optional Bluetooth® Technology wireless connectivity (factory option)
Real-time clock/calendar for time/date stamping tag readings
Temperature reading capabilities from temperature detection implants
Compact and lightweight profile
o 280mm L x 83mm W x 55mm H (11” x 3.3” x 2.2”)
o 275 g (9.7 oz.)
Rechargeable 700 mAH NiMH battery provides up to 15 hours of use
3 hour fast charge time
Battery charge level indicator
Automatic shutoff conserves battery life
Carrying case for storing AFX-100 Reader and its accessories
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SPECIFICATIONS
General
Norms:
Memory:
Battery:
Autonomy:
Date/Time autonomy:
Battery charge duration:
Full ISO 11784 and full ISO 11785 including annex C
for FDX-A (Destron, Trovan and encrypted Avid),
FDX-B and HDX.
Temperature scanning with TD and BT implants
Graphical display 128x64 dots
2 keys
Buzzer and Vibrator
USB port and optional Bluetooth® module
Serial emulation (CDC class) from 1200bps to
115200bps.
Class 2 (up to 10m)
Serial Port Profile (SPP).
1800 animal IDs
7.2VDC – 700mAh NiMH rechargeable.
15 hours @ 20°C
1 month without reader using @ 20°C
3 hours
Mechanical and physical
Dimensions:
Weight:
Material
Color
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Humidity:
280 x 83 x 55 mm (11 x 3.27 x 2.17 in)
275 g (9.7 oz)
ABS-PC
Cool Gray 1
-10°C to +40°C (+14°F to +104°F)
-30°C to +70°C (-22°F to +158°F)
80%
Special feature:
User interface:
USB interface:
Bluetooth® interface:
Reading
Distance for implants HDX:
@ orientation (°)
Distance for implants FDX-A Destron (Fecava
version) technology:
@ orientation (°)
Distance for implants FDX-A Trovan technology:
@ orientation (°)
Distance for implants FDX-A Encrypted technology:
@ orientation (°)
Distance for implants FDX-B:
@ orientation (°)
Figure 1 - implants perpendicular to the reader.
Up to 16 cm (6.3 in) @ 0° [Figure 1]
Up to 10 cm (4 in) @ 90° [Figure 2]
Up to 6 cm (2.4 in) @ 0° [Figure 1]
Up to 4 cm (1.6 in) @ 90° [Figure 2]
Up to 1 cm (0.4 in) @ 0° [Figure 1]
Up to 2 cm (0.8 in) @ 90° [Figure 2]
Up to 4.5 cm (1.7 in) @ 0° [Figure 1]
Up to 2.8 cm (1.1 in) @ 90° [Figure 2]
Up to 13 cm (5.1 in) @ 0° [Figure 1]
Up to 8 cm (3.15 in) @ 90° [Figure 2]
Figure 2 - implants parallel to the reader.
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DESCRIPTION OF DIFFERENT PARTS
The Figure 3 below shows all parts included in the packaging.
 AFX-100 Reader with optional Bluetooth® module.
 Instruction Guide.
 1 x 7.2 Volt DC NiMH rechargeable battery pack.
 100 / 240 VAC – 12 VDC wall adapter with plug kit.
 USB cable.
 AFX-100 Reader CD-ROM and Bluetooth® CD-ROM.
o AFX-100 CD-ROM contains the User Manual, the AFX-100 USB driver,
the protocol specifications and the demo software
o Bluetooth® CD-ROM contains the driver and the applications related to the
USB Bluetooth® key.
 Wrist strap.
 Optional car kit.
 Optional USB Bluetooth® dongle
AFX-100 Reader
Plug kit
Instruction guide
Wrist strap
Bluetooth key
Wall adapter
USB cable
Figure 3 – AFX-100 Reader Packaging.
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The Figure 4 shows the charge connector and the USB connector used to connect the
reader to a personal computer.
Charge connector
USB connector
Figure 4 - View of the connectors.
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PREPARING FOR USE
It is necessary first to fully charge the Battery Pack as described below and to have an
few electronic identification eartags or implants available for testing.
The battery charge can be realized at a temperature between
+10° and +40°C.
It is very important to carry out the following three steps
before using the AFX-100 Reader.
Step 1: Installing the battery pack in the AFX-100 Reader
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Remove the battery cover
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Connect the battery to the
connector
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Insert the battery and place the
wire in the box
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Refit the cover
Step 2: Trickle charging the battery pack.
Charge the battery
 Plug the power cord into the reader, then
plug the adapter into a power outlet
 The battery icon changes to
charging starts.
and
0 0 : 0 0
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A L L F L E X
A F X - 1 0 0
0 1 / 0 1 / 2 0 0 1
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 The battery icon will be
when
charging has finished. Charging takes
approx. 3 hours.
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Remove the power cord.
 Unplug the adapter from the power
outlet, then remove the power cord
inserted in the reader.
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Step 3: Activating the AFX-100 Reader and read test
READ ZONE
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Activate the reader
 Press one button to power-up the reader.
 After the reader is powered-up – Press
the button READ (button under the
mention “READ” onto the display) to
read an eartag or an implant.
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Place an implant in the reading zone
 Typical read
o Up to 16 cm (6.3 in) @ 0°
(implants parallel to the reader)
o Up to 6 cm (2.4 in) @ 0° (implants
parallel to the reader)
o Up to 13 cm (5.1 in) @ 0°
(implants parallel to the reader)
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READER DESCRIPTION
5.1 User interface
The user interface comprises a graphical display protected by a transparent window and
2 keys which functions can be inverted by the user.
0 0 : 0 0
ALLFLEX
AFX-100
0 1 / 0 1 / 2 0 0 1
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Configuration / state
of the reader.
Area for displaying ID
numbers, date,
menus and messages
Key bar with
indications about the
function of keys
located below the
screen.
Figure 5 – View of user interface.
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The display is divided in 3 areas:
The top of the screen displays icons which represent the current configuration /
state of the reader and the current time.
Icons
Name
Battery Charge
indicator
Charge indicator
Bluetooth indicator
Bluetooth indicator
not connected
USB indicator
Vibrator indicator
Buzzer indicator
Description
This icon will be used to show the approximate
charge level of the battery.
This icon will be used to indicate the battery is in
charge and it is connected to an external power
supply.
This icon will be used to indicate to the user that
the Bluetooth® module is connected to an host
and the device is ready to start a Bluetooth® port
communication session.
This icon will be used to indicate to the user that
the Bluetooth® module is activated but it is not
connected to an host.
This icon will be used to indicate to the user that
the device is connected to an host and is ready to
start an USB port communication session.
The icon will be used to indicate to the user that
the vibrator is activated.
The icon will be used to indicate to the user that
the buzzer is activated.
The bottom of the screen displays a key bar with indications on the current
function of key located below the screen.
The middle of the screen displays ID numbers, date, menus and different
messages for the user during the reader operation.
The display has got its own backlight providing good contrast even with ambient
light. For reducing the battery consumption, the backlight is switched off if no
key entry occurs within 6 seconds.
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5.2 Reading
5.2.1 Reading antennas
The antennas are in the interior part of the reader. The position of the antennas permits
to read a transponder possibly oriented in different directions.
5.2.2 Reading tags
To read electronic eartags and implants with the AFX-100, press the button that
mentions “READ” in the key bar (for example, according to figure below, the user has
to press the left button), as a result the screen backlight switches on.
0 0 : 0 0
A L L F L E X
A F X - 1 0 0
0 1 / 0 1 / 2 0 0 1
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When an EID tag or implant is successfully read, the tag's ID code information appears
on the LCD readout (see below). The ID code is automatically stored in the reader's
internal memory along with the current time and date.
0 0 : 0 0
0 0 : 0 0
250 003541938236
R e a d i n g . . .
H D X
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0 0
0 0 0
0 1 / 0 1 / 2 0 0 1
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The buzzer and the vibrator will sound and/or vibrate with every scan, of course if these
options are activated.
Every time a tag or implant is scanned, according to the Pet Reader’s configuration (if
there is an activated Bluetooth® module), the identification code is transmitted
automatically by use of the USB cable / Bluetooth® port.
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5.2.3 Reading Temperature Detection implants
To read TD® implants with the AFX-100, follow instructions described in the previous
chapter “5.2.2 - Reading tags”.
When an EID TD implant is successfully read, the tag’s ID code information and the
temperature measured by the implant appear on the LCD readout (see below). The ID
code and the temperature are automatically stored in the reader’s internal memory along
with the current time and date.
0 0 : 0 0
0 0 : 0 0
250 003541938236
R e a d i n g . . .
37.5°C
0 1 / 0 1 / 2 0 0 1
R e a d
R e a d
M e n u
M e n u
Note 1 – if the temperature measured by the TD implant is
below +33°C (+91.4°F), the message “TEMP BELOW
RANGE” is displayed and if the temperature is above +43°C
(+109.4°F), the message “TEMP ABOVE RANGE” is
displayed.
Note 2 – the temperature can be displayed in Degrees Celsius or
in Degrees Fahrenheit.
Note 3 – Wireless synchronization is not activated by default.
“A mobile transceiver by nature cannot directly be connected to other
transceivers. To prevent a mobile transceiver interfering with the
interrogation protocol of other transceivers, it must be able to detect the
presence of additional active transceivers through the reception of activation
signals.
If no activation signal is detected within 30 ms, the transceiver is out of reach
of other active transceivers and its activation signal will not interfere with
other interrogation processes. The transceiver can therefore safety use the
protocols defined in clause 6 of this International Standard. If the mobile
transceiver detects an activation signal it must wait for the rising edge of the
next activation signal and activate during a fixed period of 50 ms.” (cf.
ISO1185 – Annex C chapter 3)
Note 4 – Activate the wireless synchronization feature only with
readers which complied with the ISO11785 timings.
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5.3 Pet Reader Power Supply
5.3.1 Power Source Requirements
The AFX-100 Reader contains a 7.2VDC – 700mAh NiMH rechargeable battery pack,
which serves as its primary power source. Alternately, the pet reader can be powered:
 From its external wall Adapter/Charger,
 From its USB cable but it cannot read transponders without a charged battery.
The USB connection cannot charge the battery.
At the top of the screen, an icon appears indicating the battery’s charge state.
Display
Summary
Good.
Quite good.
Slightly depleted, but sufficient
Depleted. Recharge the battery.
“LOW BATTERY”
Depleted. Recharge the battery.
AC adapter connected and battery charge
in progress.
Battery charged.
5.3.2 Special notes regarding power requirements
Note 5 - The AFX-100 Reader is designed to operate only with
the Battery Pack provided. The Pet Reader will not operate with
individual battery cells of either disposable or rechargeable
variety.
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT
TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING
TO THE INSTRUCTIONS
Note 6 - Do not use this apparatus near water when connected to
the AC/DC adapter.
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Note 7 - Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
Note 8 - Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
Note 9 - Unplug the wall adapter when the reader is connected to
a personal computer by its USB cable.
AC Adapter - The AFX-100 Reader can be powered using its AC Adapter/Charger
regardless of the charge state of the Battery Pack. The AC Adapter can be used as a
power source even if the Battery Pack has been removed from the Pet Reader. If the AC
Adapter has been connected, the user may proceed with configuration and performance
testing while the Battery Pack is charging. This configuration could affect reading
performances.
Note 10 - The Pet Reader’s integral Battery Pack is affected by
temperature. At 0°C (32°F), the Battery Pack will deliver only
about half of its rated energy capacity. At lower temperatures, the
Battery Pack may deliver unsatisfactory performance. When the
AFX-100 Reader is used in low temperature environments,
connection to an external power source is recommended.
Note 11 - To ensure proper Battery Pack charging, charging
should be conducted only in an environment where the
temperature is between 15°C and 30°C (60°F to 85°F). Charging
at temperatures outside these boundaries will result in
unsatisfactory charge acceptance by the Battery Pack. For more
information about the characteristics of rechargeable batteries,
please see the white paper at
[http://www.national.com/appinfo/power/files/f19.pdf#page=1].
Note 12 – Once the external AC adapter is connected, the reader
is powered-up and it will remain on till the AC adapter is
disconnected. The reader will be able to read tags.
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5.4 USB connection
5.4.1 USB cable
The AFX-100 reader uses an USB cable to connect the reader to a computer. Once the
cable is connected, the icon
is displayed.
5.4.2 USB interface
The reader is equipped with a mini USB connector on the side of the reader.
The USB port can be used to configure the reader (according to ALLFLEX protocol
defined in document AFX-100_ProtocolSpecifications.1_1.pdf) and to download the
animal ID numbers saved in the internal memory. The communication between the
reader and the computer is realized by serial port.
Note 13 – Once the USB cable is connected, the reader is
activated and it will remain activated up to the cable is
disconnected. The reader will be able to read a tag with a
sufficient charged battery. With empty battery, the reader stays
on and can only communicate with computer.
5.5 Bluetooth® interface
Optionally, the reader can be equipped with a Bluetooth module in class 2. This module
allows establishing a wireless connection between the reader and a personal computer or
PDA.
The module is compliant with the Bluetooth® Serial Port Profile (SPP). The connection
is automatically set in slave mode once the module is powered on.
When the module is enabled, the icon
replaced by the icon
is displayed and once it is connected the icon is
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5.6 Internal Memory
Each ID Code is stored internally in the AFX-100 Reader’s non-volatile memory until
the user deliberately erases the stored ID codes after downloading them into a recording
device, such as a PC database. Up to 1800 ID codes can be stored and retrieved later at
the user’s convenience.
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5.7 Time stamping
The AFX-100 Reader provides a Time Stamping Function that inserts the date and the
time for each ID number into the list of ID numbers stored.
The user can configure the date and the time through the menu or through
communication interface (USB or Bluetooth® port).
5.8 Menus
The user can access different configuration options by key navigation. The different
options of the menus are displayed in the middle of the screen. The key bar below the
menu changes according to each menu and according the keypad configuration (the user
can dedicate its keypad either to a left-handed or to a right-handed user).
5.8.1 Screen upon activation (if power-up)
To turn on the AFX-100 Reader, only with the battery pack charged and installed, press
one of the buttons, the screen backlight will switch on.
When the AFX-100 Reader is powered up, the LCD readout appears as shown below:
0 0 : 0 0
A F X - 1 0 0
0 1 / 0 1 / 2 0 0 1
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Figure 6 – screen at activation.
This power-on message indicates that the AFX-100 Reader is ready to read new tags.
Note 14 - Once activated, the reader will remain activated for 60
seconds if it is powered only by battery pack.
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5.8.2 Navigation in the menus
The Figure 7 shows menu tree options from the welcome screen.
Main
screen
MENU
Memory
Status
Send All
ID’s
READ
Clear
Memory
Bluetooth
On / Off
Search
device
Cancel
Pairing
Settings
Vibrator
Buzzer
Keypad
Temperature
Language
Date/Time
Reader
infos
Set Date/
Time
Date
Format
Figure 7 - Navigation tree.
Note 15 - The reader automatically closes the menu if no action
occurs for 8s.
Note 16 – The sub-menu “Bluetooth” is displaying only for the AFX100 with Bluetooth® module.
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5.8.3 Initial screen
0 0 : 0 0
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0 1 / 0 1 / 2 0 0 1
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Figure 8 – View of Initial Screen
By pressing “READ” (left key for the right hand user set), the user attempts to capture
an animal ID. By pressing “CONFIGURATION” (right key for the right hand user set),
the user accesses the configuration menu. (see Figure 9).
During a reading attempt, the message “READING…” is displayed. After a successfull
read, the ID number is displayed in the middle of the screen. Otherwise, if the reading
fails, the message “ID not found” is displayed.
5.8.4 Configuration screen
0 0 : 0 0
M e n u
M e m o r y
B l u e t o o t h
S e t t i n g s
R e a d e r
i n f o s
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OK
Figure 9 - View of Configuration menu.
5.8.5 Memory Menu
0 0 : 0 0
M e m o r y
S t a t u s
S e n d
C l e a r
A l l
I D ’ s
M e m o r y
B a c k
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OK
Figure 10 – View of Memory menu.
With this menu, the user can access the numbers of IDs stored in the reader, send the ID
numbers to a computer and also clear the memory.
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5.8.6 Bluetooth Menu
0 0 : 0 0
B l u e t o o t h
O n
/
O f f
S e a r c h
d e v i c e
C a n c e l
p a i r i n g
B a c k
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OK
Figure 11 – View of Bluetooth® menu.
With this menu, the user can:
 Enable / Disable the Bluetooth® module.
 Search all Bluetooth® devices to establish a connection.
 Cancel pairing between reader and external Bluetooth® devices.
5.8.7 Settings Menu
0 0 : 0 0
S e t t i n g s
V i b r a t o r
B u z z e r
K e y p a d
T e m p e r a t u r e
OK
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Figure 12 – View of Settings menu.
With this menu, the user can:
 Enable / Disable the buzzer and the vibrator.
 Invert the key functions.
 Select the temperature measurement unit (Degrees Celsius or Degrees Fahrenheit)
and enable/disable the transmission of the temperature measurement by the reader
 Select the reader language: English, French, Spanish and Portuguese.
 Configure the date and the time of the reader.
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5.8.8 Reader infos Menu
0 0 : 0 0
R e a d e r
S
/
N :
i n f o s
C x x x - y y y y
F W :
0 . 5 0
H W :
1 . 0 0
P R :
1 . 0 0
OK
Figure 13 – View of Reader Infos menu.
With this menu, the user has access to:
 the serial number of the reader,
 the software version,
 the hardware version,
 and the protocol version.
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USING USB
The USB port allows the AFX-100 and the AFX-100 with Bluetooth® module to send
and receive data via an USB connection.
To make USB operate, you need to connect the reader with a PDA (hand held
computer) or a computer.
If you are using a PDA or computer you will require a driver (supplied by Allflex).
For Windows XP:
At the connection of the reader with its USB cable to a computer, Windows starts the
device management. Follow the screens below.
Select the directory “Drivers CDC/inf” on your CD-DROM drive if Windows is not
able to find automatically the driver.
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For Windows 7:
At the connection of the reader with its USB cable to a computer, Windows starts the
device management.
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Open the panel for the peripheral and printer management. Then follow the screens
below.
Right click on the icon
and select “properties”.
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When the installation of the driver is finished, the number of the serial port COM
appears after the product name.
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USING BLUETOOTH®
The Bluetooth® module allows the AFX-100 with Bluetooth® module to send and
receive data “wirelessly” via a Bluetooth® connection.
To make Bluetooth® operate, you need to connect the Bluetooth® reader with another
Bluetooth® enabled device, like a PDA (hand held computer), a computer, or a
Bluetooth® dongle that is attached to a scale head (as shown below).
If you are using a PDA or computer you will require software (Not supplied by Allflex).
Your software supplier will explain how to connect the PDA, or your computer to the
Allflex Reader.
Bluetooth® works on a premise that one end of the communications will be a MASTER
and the other a SLAVE. The MASTER initiates communications and looks for a
SLAVE device it has been connected to. PDAs and computers usually behave as
MASTERS.
WARNING: When used in the appropriate manner and setup correctly, Bluetooth®
offers an excellent method of cable free data transfer. However, Bluetooth® can also be
made far too complex by some users.
Allflex advises that to achieve successful implementation of Bluetooth® with our
AFX-100 reader with Bluetooth® module, users are specifically requested to follow
the simple implementation methods listed (following).
If these implementation methods are not followed, Allflex cannot guarantee that
implementation will not be problematic. This means the Bluetooth® connection
may become inconsistent, thus causing other reader related errors.
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7.1 Bluetooth® – Known Successful Methods
There are 2 scenarios to correctly implement Bluetooth®. These are:
1. AFX-100 with Bluetooth® module to a Bluetooth® adapter connected to the
USB Bluetooth® dongle or a Bluetooth® enabled PDA (Palm Top
Computer/Portable Data Assistant)
2. AFX-100 with Bluetooth® module to a dedicated Bluetooth® device, such as
printer.
These options are discussed in further details below.
7.1.1 AFX-100 with Bluetooth® module to a Bluetooth® adapter connected to the
USB Bluetooth® dongle or a Bluetooth® enabled PDA (Palm Top
Computer/Portable Data Assistant)
This scenario requires that a process called « Pairing » be undertaken.
Start your personal computer (with the USB Bluetooth® dongle) or PDA Bluetooth®
services and according the following links, search the reader AFX-100 with Bluetooth®
module in the peripheral list and connect it. You have to add an outgoing port that
makes a connection to the AFX-100 device with Bluetooth® module. Follow the steps
described in the links above.
For Windows XP: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/883259/en-us
For Windows 7: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Connect-to-Bluetoothand-other-wireless-or-network-devices
Sometimes, a PIN code is required to connect the “AFX-100 with Bluetooth® module”
to the PC, PDA… In such case, the PIN code to use is 0000.
7.1.2 AFX-100 with Bluetooth® module to a dedicated Bluetooth® device, such as
printer.
This scenario requires that the reader lists the Bluetooth® peripherals. Go to the menu
“Bluetooth”, then the menu “Search device” which launches the Bluetooth® scanning.
Start your personal computer (with the USB Bluetooth® dongle) or PDA Bluetooth®
services and according the following links, search the reader AFX-100 with Bluetooth®
module in the peripheral list and connect it. You have to add an incoming port that
makes a connection to the AFX-100 device with Bluetooth® module. Follow the steps
described in the links above.
For Windows XP: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/883259/en-us
For Windows 7: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Connect-to-Bluetoothand-other-wireless-or-network-devices
Sometimes, a PIN code is required to connect the “AFX-100 with Bluetooth® module”
to the PC, PDA… In such case, the PIN code to use is 0000.
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Regulatory information
USA-Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy. If not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, it may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by tuning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try and
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
 Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
 Increase the distance between the equipment and the receiver.
 Connect the equipment to outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
 Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
The user must be at 20 cm of the reader antennas.
Notice to Consumers:
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Canada – Industry Canada (IC)
This device complies with RSS 210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause
undesired operation of this device.”
L ‘ utilisation de ce dispositif est autorisée seulement aux conditions suivantes :
(1) il ne doit pas produire d’interférence et
(2) l’utilisateur du dispositif doit être prêt à accepter toute interférence radioélectrique
reçu, même si celle-ci est susceptible de compromettre le fonctionnement du dispositif.
L’utilisateur doit se tenir à 20 cm des antennes du lecteur.
Avis aux consommateurs:
Toutes modifications non expressément approuvées par la partie responsable de la
conformité peuvent annuler le droit de l'utilisateur à utiliser cet équipement.
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Regulatory Compliance
ISO 11784 & 11785
This device complies with the standards set forward by the International Standardization
Organization. Specifically with standards
11784: Radio frequency identification of animals -- Code Structure
11785: Radio frequency identification of animals -- Technical Concept.
FCC NQY-30001
IC 4246A-30001
CE Marking
Trademark Notices
Bluetooth® is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
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United Kingdom
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Phone: 44 (0) 1450 364120
Fax: 44 (0) 1450 364121
www.allflex.co.uk
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P.O. Box 612266
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United States of America
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SC BRASIL
Tel : +55 47 451 05 00
Allflex Europe S. A.
ZI DE Plague
Route des Eaux
35502 Vitre, France
Téléphone/Phone: 33 (0)2 99 75 77 00.
Télécopieur/Fax: 33 (0)2 99 75 77 64
www.allflex-europe.com
ALLFLEX ARGENTINA
CUIT N° 30-70049927-4
Pte. Luis Saenz Peña 2002
1135 CONSTITUCIÓN - CABA
BUENOS AIRES
ARGENTINA
Tel: +54 11 41 16 48 61
Allflex Australia
33-35 Neumann Road
Capalaba
Queensland 4157 Australia
Phone: 61 7 3245 9100
Fax: 61 7 3245 9110
www.allflex.com.au
Allflex Canada
Corporation Allflex Inc.
4135, Bérard
St-Hyacinthe, Québec J2S 8Z8 Canada
Téléphone/Phone: (450) 261-8008
Télécopieur/Fax: (450) 261-8028
BEIJING ALLFLEX PLASTIC PRODUCTS
SAN TAI SHAN - XIAO HONG MEN
CHAO YANG DISTRICT
PO BOX 5206
BEIJING – CHINA
Tel : +86 10 87606130
Allflex New Zealand
Private Bag 11003
17 El Prado Drive
Palmerston North
Phone: 64 6 3567199
Fax: 64 6 3553421
www.allflex.co.nz
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