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    Brandon
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    I need to determine the values for “CODE1” “TEMP1” “CODE2” and “TEMP2.”
    When I try to read data from the user memory bank using C# code a value of 0 is sent back no matter what address I point to.
    I can read the user memory with a reader assistant, but I cannot figure out what data corresponds to the values I am looking for. Can anyone help me either fix my code or translate the read data from the reader assistant?

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    Brandon
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    To add to the above post, I have tried translating: 91B8 3558 B900 which results in:

    Code1= 1179 (49B), Temp1= 1050 (41A)

    Code2=  2757 (AC5), Temp2= 1600 (640)

    Applying those calibration values to the given formula with my read C value of 2331 gives me a temperature of 65.15 degrees C. This reading does not seem accurate.

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    Gabe Seitz
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    Hi Brandon,

    We’ve recently released a comprehensive set of code samples for ThingMagic readers which is available here: https://github.com/Axzon/reader-sample-code

    The Magnus S3 source code shows how to decode and apply the temperature calibration.

    Best,

    Gabe

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