Using Set Get Do (SGD) Commands to Check RFID Tag Memory Bank Sizes | Zebra

Using Set Get Do (SGD) Commands to Check RFID Tag Memory Bank Sizes

Article ID: 83763417

Issue / Question

How do I check the memory bank sizes within the RFID tag using SGD commands?

Applicable To

ZT420R, ZT620R, ZT610R, ZT410R, ZD500R

Resolution / Answer

Procedure:
 

To check the RFID memory bank sizes, follow the steps below:

  1.  First send the command below:  
    ! U1 setvar "rfid.tag.read.content" "memory bank sizes"
    
    (Make sure you add a carriage return after this command line.) Wait 1-2 seconds for it to complete.
  1. Next, send this command below:
! U1 setvar "rfid.tag.read.execute"
(Make sure you add a carriage return after this command line.) Wait 1-2 seconds for it to complete.
  1. Then, send this command below:
! U1 getvar "rfid.tag.read.result_line1"
! U1 getvar "rfid.tag.read.result_line2"
(Make sure you add a carriage return after this command line.) Wait 1-2 seconds for it to complete.
  1. The memory sizes of the EPC, TID and User memory areas should now be returned. The SGD code and response should look similar to the below screenshot:-


+ Applicable Products

  • ZD500R RFID Printers
  • ZT410 RFID Industrial Printer
  • ZT420 RFID Industrial Printer
  • ZT610 RFID Industrial Printer
  • ZT620 RFID Industrial Printer