You can access tag data and configuration files on the micro SD card by connecting your computer to the reader using the Micro USB cable. The computer will detect the reader’s micro SD card as a “Removable Disk” and you can then use your timing software or Windows Explorer to download the required files directly from the reader. The tag read messages are logged to raw.log, and filtered.log, which contain the same data you would have seen if connected to the raw or filtered TCP/IP ports.

The micro SD card also stores a file called config.ini which contains customisable configuration settings for your reader. Please refer to Configuration Options for more information on customising your reader’s configuration. It is advised you don’t modify this file unless you have a full understanding of what these configuration options actually do.

While the micro USB socket is connected to your computer, the reader status display will read “Mass Storage Mode Active”. When you unplug the USB cable, the reader will perform a complete restart (as if it was just powered on) to implement any possible configuration changes.

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