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µFR Nano Online Reader settings

µFR Nano Online Reader settings #

Follow the instructions below to change µFR Nano Online reader settings.

Open WiFi network settings dashboard #

  1. Open your favorite web browser and navigate to http://<device-ip-address>
  2. Log in using default credentials (see table 1 below)
  3. After the web page is loaded successfully, the WiFi settings dashboard will be shown.
  4. If the reader is working in BLE, BT, or HID mode, WiFi station mode is not available (Only AP).

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Open advanced settings dashboard #

  1. Follow the instruction above (WiFi network setting section)
  2. Click on the Other settings button
  3. Advanced settings dashboard will be shown on screen.

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µFR Nano Online Test #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Navigate to the Open µFR Nano Online test section and click
  3. Use color wheels to change LED colors
  4. Click on the Beep button to send a sound signal
  5. Approach an NFC card or tag to read UID. 

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Access Point settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on the Edit button in the section Access point
  3. Change fields SSID and Password
  4. Click on the button Save.

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UDP/TCP ports and protocols settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on the Edit button in section UDP/TCP ports
  3. Change fields Port 1 and Port 2
  4. Click on the button Save
  5. Click on UDP/TCP ports header text to toggle between these two protocols.

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UART settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on the Edit button in section UART Baud rates
  3. Change fields UART 1 and UART 2
  4. Click on the button Save
  5. Click on UART2 RS485 disabled/enabled to toggle RS485 support on the second serial port.

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Transparent mode settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on the Edit button in section Transparent mode
  3. Change field Reader to toggle between first and second serial ports
  4. Click on the button Save
  5. Click on Transparent disabled/enabled text to toggle transparent mode. 

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Login credentials settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on the Edit button in the section Login
  3. Change fields Username and Password
  4. Click on the button Save.

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Master/Slave mode settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on text Working in Master/Slave mode to toggle between these two modes.

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Bluetooth Serial mode settings – available in versions 2.0+ #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on text Bluetooth mode enabled/disabled to toggle Bluetooth serial mode
  3. This setting is only available in slave mode only if Bluetooth Low Energy mode is disabled.

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Bluetooth HID mode settings – available in versions 2.0+ #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on text Bluetooth mode enabled/disabled to toggle HID mode
  3. This setting is only available in master mode.

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Bluetooth HID mode reverse UID settings – available in versions 2.0+ #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on text Bluetooth HID mode UID /not/ reversed to change settings.

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Bluetooth Low Energy mode settings – available in versions 2.0+ #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on text Bluetooth Low Energy mode enabled/disabled to toggle BLE mode.
  3. This setting is only available in slave mode and only if Bluetooth Serial mode is disabled.

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Bluetooth Low Energy mode characteristic settings– available in versions 2.0+ #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on text Bluetooth Low Energy mode using read/notify characteristic to toggle BLE receiving data mode.
  3. This setting is only available in slave mode and only if Bluetooth Serial mode is disabled.

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Host address settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on the Edit button in section Host
  3. Change field Host.
  4. Click on the button Save.
  5. This setting is only available in master mode.

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Using Basic HTTP authentication: http://username:password@example.com/

Master mode settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Switch to master mode
  3. Click on the option that you want to enable or disable
  4. This setting is only available in master mode.

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Linear read settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Switch to master mode
  3. Enable the Linear read
  4. Click on the Edit button and change linear read settings
  5. Click on the button Save
  6. This setting is only available in master mode.

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DESFire UID settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Switch to master mode
  3. Enable DESFire UID
  4. Click on the Edit button and change DESFire UID settings
  5. Click on the button Save
  6. This setting is only available in master mode.

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Additional POST parameters #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on the Edit button in the section Additional POST parameters
  3. Change field Parameters
  4. Click the Save button 
  5. This setting is only available in master mode.

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HTTP command test #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Write HEX string in field Command.
  3. Click on the button Sent to UART1/UART2.

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For more information about COM protocol download https://www.d-logic.net/code/nfc-rfid-reader-sdk/µFR-doc/raw/master/µFR_COM_Protocol.pdf

UDP broadcast IP settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on the Edit button and change UDP broadcast IP address and port
  3. Click on the button Save
  4. This setting is only available in master mode.

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UDP broadcast format settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Navigate to UDP broadcast and edit parameters
  3. Click on the button Save
  4. This setting is only available in master mode.

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UDP broadcast retry settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on the Edit button and change the number of retries (max. 255) and interval (max. 10000)
  3. Click on the button Save
  4. This setting is only available in master mode.

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Install µFR firmware #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Navigate to install µFR firmware section
  3. Select the port and click the Get Available Firmware button
  4. Click on the firmware version to install and wait for a confirmation message.

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RTC settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Navigate to the RTC settings section
  3. Click on the Get UTC date/time button to get the current RTC UTC date/time
  4. Click on the Set current UTC system date/time button to set RTC UTC date/time from the system.

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Modem sleep settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Navigate to the Modem sleep section
  3. Click on text Modem sleep enabled/disabled to toggle
  4. Modem sleep can reduce performance, but also reduces heating significantly.

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Static IP address settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Navigate to the static IP section
  3. Click on text Static IP enabled/disabled to toggle
  4. Click on the Edit button and change IP settings
  5. Click on the button Save

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Note: If you set the wrong parameters, use µFR Nano Online flasher to reset the device to factory default settings.

Basic information #

  1. Click on the µFR Nano Online button on the top left corner
  2. Basic information about the device will pop up on the screen.

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µFR Reader Async UID send mode #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click on the Send async enable command to UART1/2 to enable Async UID mode
  3. Click on Send async disable command to UART1/2 to disable Async UID mode.

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Cloud IoT settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Switch to master mode
  3. Enable Cloud IoT support
  4. Select Cloud IoT service from the list and enter the required data
  5. Click on the button Save and overwrite. All settings are read-only.

This setting is only available in master mode.

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Network timeout on boot settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Click the Edit button and change timeout intervals
  3. Click the Save button.

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Waiting for network timeout determines how long the device will wait for the network before turning AP mode on. AP mode timeout determines how long the device will be in AP mode before trying again to connect. (min. 5s) 

Log mode settings #

  1. Open advanced settings dashboard
  2. Switch to master mode
  3. Enable Log mode support
  4. Navigate to the Log mode setting and click on the Edit button
  5. Enter NTP server host, NTP sync interval (in hours), Log server host (URL where to send log), log sending time (when to automatically send log)
  6. Click on the button Save.

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Note: This setting is available in master mode only.

Using Basic HTTP authentication: http://username:password@example.com/

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