Anatomy of a Tag
All RF Code tags have three distinguishing characteristics, regardless of the type, model, or function of the tag. In the example below is an R150 Temperature Tag.
Outlined in the following photo are the three characteristics that distinguish this tag (and all individual tags) from every other tag:
Group Code: The Group Code is a six-letter code. Examples of this code are THSRCK, LOCATE, IRCODE, HUMRCK, TMPRCK, and RFCRCK.
Tag ID: The Tag ID is a unique eight-digit numeric identifier. You might have 2,000 TMPRCK tags in your environment, but you can only have one with the Tag ID of 00057297.
Treatment Code: The Treatment Code is used together with the Group Code to tell RF Code software how to interpret the data that each tag sends in beacons to RF Code readers. A Treatment Code can be associated with multiple Group Codes, so it is important to match them exactly when adding them to a specific environment of RF Code readers and tags.