The parameter, "Number of bytes to be read", is effective only when RFID read
mode is set to 1 or 3, as this parameter is intended for reading user data. When
reading tag ID, this parameter is ignored.
When the value exceeding the maximum number of bytes storable in a tag is
designated for "Number of bytes to be read", a read error results.
With RFID (data read) being specified by this command, when an RFID data read
failed, the printer will retry to read data after sending a void pattern printing end
status (60H) or result in an error and stop after sending an RFID write error status
When an access password is designated using this command, writing data onto a
tag cannot be performed if the access password registered in the tag differs from
the access password designated. However, reading data can be performed.
(If the tag is the Hibiki tag and read lock is set, reading the tag is also disabled.)
Indicates the start of the status block
Indicates the end of an RFID read and issue.
Remaining issue count
30H30H: RFID read failed.
32H31H: EPC Class 0
32H32H: EPC Class 1
32H34H: EPC Class 1 Generation 2
RFID data length
Tag ID + User data
* Data to be read is different depending on the RFID
read mode setting.
Indicates the end of the status block.
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