T4S2000 - Tags4All Handheld
RFID Reader - With Memory - $349.00
of Tags4All Handheld RFID Reader
• The Tags4All Handheld Reader automatically turns off
when not in use, after approx. 60 seconds.
• The reader is lightweight, and fits in your pocket.
• The T4S2000 model has a memory capacity for a maximum
of approx. 800 identification numbers.
• Great for reading RFID tags when the printed number
on the tag is hard to read.
• Microchip numbers can be transmitted to a computer
when a microchip is scanned, or, using the T4S2000 model,
retrieved from memory via an RS232 cable.
• Example: 150 head of cattle/sheep to ship, simply
scan all cattle/sheep as they go into truck, connect scanner
to computer via RS232 cable, download list to Microsoft Excel,
you now have a list of cattle/sheep shipped.
• Conforms to CE norms and ISO 11784/5.
• This reader reads ISO FDX-B and HDX, which includes
cattle, swine, sheep, horses
• Bluetooth option available: call for pricing
Data Tags4All Handheld RFID Reader Frequency 134.2 KHz low frequency Transponder types HDX compatible (ISO 11784/5)
FDX-B compatible (ISO 11784/56) Reading range
HDX: 110 mm/4.5 inches
FDX-B: 150-180 mm/6-7 inches Interfaces RS232 (Bluetooth available) With Software Power Supply 9 V DC Temperature range
-10ºC to 60ºC Dimensions L x W x H:
154 x 80 x 30mm
6 x 3 1/8 x 1 1/4 inches Weight approx. 140 g
Scanner Instructions Language and Memory Selection When you first press the scan button, it should
say “English + memory”. If it does not say this,
keep the scan button pressed down when you first turn the
scanner on until it says this. It will go through a list of
options for languages and to have the memory function on or
off. Make sure the memory function is in (+) or no data will
be stored in memory. The memory will hold approximately 800
ID numbers. The next time you turn the scanner on, it will
keep the setting you have selected. Do not keep the scan button
held down the next time you turn the scanner on, or it will
change the settings.
ID Tags If there are no ID numbers in the memory,
the scanner will next say “Press SCAN to read”.
Press the scan button and it will now say “Reading”.
If a number is detected, the ID number will come up on the
scanner screen. If no number is detected, it will say “No
tag found!”. Once an ID number is detected, or no
tag is found, you can press the scan button again to begin
a new scan. Each number scanned will be stored in memory
as long as the memory function is on.
Battery The T4S2000 Scanner runs off a 9-volt alkaline
battery. When the battery is running low, the screen will
show “Low battery”. It is recommended that you
have extra batteries on hand with the scanner so you can
replace the battery when needed.
To Download Data to Excel 1. Plug scanner into computer with RS232
2. Turn scanner on
3. Open “Scanner Terminal” from enclosed CD
(you should copy this program to your computer hard drive)
4. Go to File, and make sure Link to excel.exe is checked
off. If it does not give the option to link to excel, make
sure there is no checkmark beside “Link to…exe”
It will then say, “No application linked to”.
Say OK. Go to File, Link to an Application. On the window
that comes up, press OK, then immediately open Microsoft
Excel. A window should come up saying that Messages will
be sent to excel.exe.
5. Open Excel, if you have not already done so it step 4
6. In the Terminal window, go to Connection and select Connect
7. Make sure Caps Lock is on
8. Scan a microchip. The microchip number should show up
in the RealTrace Terminal and in Excel. Be sure that the
Terminal window is still open as well.
To Dump Data into Excel from the Reader
Memory 1. Follow steps 1-7 as above.
2. Turn scanner on. When the screen says Press SCAN to send,
press the scan button and all the data on the reader will
be sent to Excel.
3. You can then erase the data or keep it on the scanner
using the prompts on the scanner screen. Make sure you confirm
if you want to erase the data or not.
Troubleshooting 1. Make sure you are connected to the correct
COM port for data transmission
2. If you only want the microchip number to transmit, make
sure that under Options, Display all the data is not checked
3. If the numbers are coming up as grammatical figures,
make sure Caps Lock is on.
4. If it does not scan the numbers into the Terminal or
Excel, try disconnecting and reconnecting the scanner. On
the Terminal go to Connection. Select Disconnect, then go
back and select Connect.
Scanner with Memory and Software
6 x 3.25 x 1.25” / 15.5 x 3 x 8 cm
0.4 lbs / 0.2 kg
Individual Scanner Box
6.75 x 4.5 x 2.25” / 11 x 17 x 6 cm
0.8 lbs / 0.4 kg
Case of 12 Scanners
10 x 13.5 x 7.5” / 26 x 34 x 19 cm
9 lbs / 4 kg
Case of 48 Scanners (4x12)
21.5 x 14.25 x 16” / 36 x 42 x 54 cm
38 lbs / 17.5 kg