To ensure printed tag’s security, print settings must be configured correctly. Print settings will be automated in the future to reduce configuration complexity across printer brands/models with different print settings. In the meantime, please configure manually:
1. Ignore print setting's "Presets" field, which will be overwritten by custom settings like scale, print quality and paper type.
2. Set “Scale” to 100% so that blueprint prints as its intended width and height dimensions
3. Set print quality Dots Per Inch (DPI) setting to maximum (highest resolution setting) or custom DPI configured for your tag blueprint pdf.
4. Set “Paper Type” to “Photo Glossy Paper” even if you use normal quality paper to print (you do not need to use photo paper if you do not have it).
Example print settings for a specific printer model. Paper type and print quality can be found at the "Paper Type/Quality" drop down menu.
Example print settings for another printer model. Paper type and print quality can be found at the "Media & Quality" drop down menu.
1. Tap on "Menu" button or swipe right to show left menu. Next, tap to select user as "Supplier" or "Admin".
2. Position white rectangle over a printed tag. If a valid tag is detected, select "Single Fingerprint option.
3. To ensure printed tag's security, tag's print quality is also inspected when fingerprinting. App will feedback if tag needs reprinting. Else if fingerprint succeeds, you will see a new window. Tap “Ok” to close window.
To ensure scanned tag’s security, scanner settings must be configured correctly. Scan settings will be automated in the future to reduce configuration complexity
1. Ignore preset "Scan Settings" field and set custom settings. Set "Mode" field as "Photo Mode". Set "Resolution" field to 1200dpi, which is the optimal setting for fingerprint readability and scanning speed.
2. Click "Color Management" button. Next, on popup window's "Color Management" dropdown field, select "ColorSync". Set "Source (Scanner)" field as "EPSON STANDARD" and "Target" as sRGB (Standard Red Green Blue)
3. Select "Image Format" to TIFF so that color and click "Options" button. Check the "Embed ICC Profile" box to embed the scanned tag's International Color Consortium (ICC) profile.
4. Optional: Save custom settings from steps 1 to 3 so that you can use same settings conveniently next time.
5.Click "Scan" button and upload scanned .tif image here: