TagMatiks Wedge - iOS Help

Setting up Your RFID Device - Zebra RFD40


This section contains setup information for using the Zebra RFD40 sled RFID readers with TagMatiks Wedge.

  • You must have a charged Zebra RFD40 Premium or Premium Plus RFID reader to continue to set up steps.
    Figure 01 : RFD40 Reader
  • For connecting with Zebra RFD40 in TagMatiks Wedge, you must pair the device in the settings app using Bluetooth.

Please follow the steps below to pair your RFD40 reader:

Zebra RFD40 can easily be turned ON by pressing the trigger. The connection Status LED will become amber blue in color as an indication of the reader being awake and ready to connect.

Figure 02 : RFD40 Reader Sled Features
A. Pairing the RFD40 to iOS device

1. You’ll need to pair the reader to your iOS device using the device’s Bluetooth pairing process before using it with TagMatiks Wedge.

2. Turn on the Bluetooth of the device and select the RFD40+_22055520100870 from the available device list as shown in the below image.

Figure 03:Available Zebra RFD40 Devices
Figure 04:Pairng RFD40 Reader
B. Pairing with TagMatiks Wedge:

1. Open TagMatiks Wedge and tap on the upper left corner of the screen.

2. Select the “Manage Readers” option to see the list of the readers.

Figure 05: Home Page
Figure 06: Click Manage Reader

3. Tap on ‘Zebra RFID Reader” to connect Zebra RFD40 with application.

4. Tap on the “RFD40+_22055520100765” to successfully make the connection between the TagMatiks Wedge application & Zebra RFD40 Reader.

Figure 07: Select Zebra RFID Readers
Figure 08: Click Available RFD40 Reader

Note: 48:A4:93:A0:6C:32 is the MAC Address of the Reader

5. An acknowledgment will appear stating that the “RFD40+_22055520100870 has connected successfully”.

Figure 09: Zebra RFD40 Reader Connected

6. You can also configure the settings of the reader as shown in the image below.

Figure 10: Zebra RFD40 Reader - Setting
  • Antenna - Adjusts the range of the RFID handheld or sled.
  • Battery - displays the battery of the RFID handheld or sled.
  • Beeper Sound - Sound On and Off - When reading or scanning the tags
Trigger Mapping

1) Upper (RFID)Lower (Sled Scan) - When you select this option, Means Upper Part of the Trigger will be set to read the RFID Tags and Lower Part of the Trigger will be set to scan the Barcodes.

2) Upper (Sled Scan) & Lower (RFID)-When you select this option, Means Upper Part of the Trigger will be set to scan the Barcodes and Lower Part of the Trigger will be set to Read the RFID Tags.

Figure 11: Zebra RFD40 - Trigger Mapping

Note: Make Sure to Press the Trigger Lightly and the corresponding porting of the Trigger only (Either Upper or Lower) whatever is set and not to press the joint section of the Trigger to avoid any misbehave.