I am using the RI-TRP-W9QL-30 tag as a selective animal access key to a feeder. I read in the specs for this device that there are 80 bits memory in a single page but using SUTIL and the RI-K3A-001A-00 I can only see 64bits of memory which fully satisy my application.
However I would like to know how to access the invisible additional 16 bits normally used for the ISO CRC. I am simple using the Microeader mode in SUTIL and only work with the available 64 bits data payload.
How to I see the missing 16 bits beyond the 64bits seen ?
Very many thanks,
if you click Epert Mode under the View menu button, you will see TX String and RX String at the bottom of S2UTIL. This will show the whole send and response string including the CRC - unfortunately only for a very short time for the RX String. You should be able to see more replicating the strings with a terminal program, as the S2UTIL doesn't support 80 bit programming of R/W tags with the Microreader.
Yes that answers my question. If S2UTIL does not support 80 bit writing does it add the BCC to the 16 nibbles beyond the 64 bit ID chunk ?
Also I added another post raising a problem with the LSB nibble - If I set this above 9Hex SUTIL comes back with a message saying locked - no programming possible but the write seems to take place and the tag programmed ? Why is this 0000000000000009 OK 000000000000000A raises error.
1.) Yes, S2Util automatically adds BCC to the 64 bits data when programming R/W transponders
2.) Please ingnore the message, this seems to be a bug in S2UTIL
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