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Fixed RFID Reader Series 1026FF01, 1026FF02F9, 1026FF03F9 User Manual...
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Contents Contents Before You Begin........... vii Safety Information .
Contents Configure the BRI Server Settings ....... 24 BRI Server Settings........24 View the BRI Server Log .
Contents Auto-Start an Application at Boot Time ........43 Auto-Start an Application with the Web Browser .
Contents Specifications ..........67 IF1 Specifications .
Before You Begin Before You Begin This section provides you with safety information, technical support information, and sources for additional product information. Safety Information Your safety is extremely important. Read and follow all warnings and cautions in this document before handling and operating Intermec equipment.
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About the RFID Reader This chapter introduces the IF1 Fixed Mount RFID Reader Series, and includes descriptions of the reader features and basic operation.
Chapter 1 — About the RFID Reader About the RFID Reader The IF1 Fixed RFID Reader is an RFID reader with integrated antenna that provides connectivity between tag data and an enterprise system. Features of the RFID reader include: • integrated high-gain linear or two-antenna port options.
Chapter 1 — About the RFID Reader About the RFID Reader Ports Depending on your configuration, the ports that are available on the IF1 may be different. IF1 Fixed RFID Reader Ports Reader Port Descriptions Callout Port Description Ethernet 10Base/100Base-T port that connects the reader to your Ethernet network.
Chapter 1 — About the RFID Reader Reader Port Descriptions (continued) Callout Port Description Connects the reader to a desktop PC for configuration. Antenna Connects an external antenna to your reader. The antenna port uses Reverse TNC connectors. Professional Installation Required: Government regulatory agencies require this RFID reader use only approved antennas and cables.
Chapter 1 — About the RFID Reader LED Indicators Icon Name Color Description RFID Solid green RF field is active antenna Blinking green A tag is being interrogated. Blinking red The reader cannot output the requested RF power level, or an RF fault is detected. The reader is not powered.
Chapter 1 — About the RFID Reader About the Mounting Kit Options You can install the reader with a wall mounting kit (P/N 219-028-001) or a VESA mounting kit. Contact your local sales representative for more information. Install the Wall Mounting Kit To maintain the IP66 rating of the IF1, you must mount the IF1 correctly.
Chapter 1 — About the RFID Reader Secure three screws (not provided) to the wall, and place the mounting bracket on to the screws. Secure three screws (not provided) to the bottom of the wall mounting bracket. (x3) IF1 Fixed RFID Reader Series User Manual...
Chapter 1 — About the RFID Reader How to Communicate with the IF1 By default, the reader is configured to be a DHCP client and accepts offers from any DHCP server. Therefore, the reader works out of the box if you connect it to your network and use a DHCP server to assign it an IP address.
Chapter 1 — About the RFID Reader When the USB Driver Installation Wizard appears, select Browse my computer for driver software. In Search for driver software in this location, click Browse, select the folder where you extracted the reader installation files, and click Click the Windows icon >...
Chapter 1 — About the RFID Reader Open a serial communications program to connect to the reader. Type config and press Enter, and then type config again in the Password field and press Enter. IF1 Fixed RFID Reader Series User Manual...
Chapter 1 — About the RFID Reader By default, DHCP is enabled and the IP address to configure the reader appears. Use the IP address to configure the reader through the web browser interface. If you are not using DHCP, press D. DHCP is disabled and the Ethernet Configuration Options screen appears.
Chapter 1 — About the RFID Reader Log In to the Web Browser Interface After the reader is assigned an IP address, you can configure the reader through the web browser interface. Before you log in, make sure an IP address has been assigned to the reader, and the reader is connected to your network.
Chapter 1 — About the RFID Reader Set the Date and Time Set the date and time through the web browser interface. From the Main Screen of the web browser interface, click the date and time in the upper right corner. Select your time zone from the drop-down list, and then click Activate Changes.
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Configure the Reader This chapter describes how to configure the reader.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader Configure Ethernet Settings To use the reader, you need to configure Ethernet settings such as your IP address and subnet mask. Note: If DHCP is enabled, you may not need to configure Ethernet settings. For more information, contact your network administrator. Log in to the web browser interface and click Network Configuration or Ethernet.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader Ethernet Settings You can configure these Ethernet settings for your reader to communicate with your network. Ethernet Settings Setting Description Enable DHCP Select this field if you want the reader to get its IP address from a DHCP server.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader Ethernet Settings (continued) Setting Description IPv6 Router 128-bit address for the IPv6 router. Configure Common Network Settings You can configure the common network settings that apply to the reader network interface. Log in to the web browser interface and click Network Configuration >...
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader Common Network Settings (continued) Setting Description DNS Server 1 IP address of a domain name server that the reader uses to resolve DNS names. DNS Server 2 IP address of a second domain name server that the reader uses to resolve DNS names.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader Configure the Device Configuration Web Service Enable the device configuration web service to specify a variety of network, RFID, and system settings. Log in to the web browser interface and click Network Configuration > Device Management. By default, Device Configuration web services are enabled for either secure or insecure connections.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader Download the Device Configuration WSDL Document Download the device configuration web service description language (WSDL) document to help you configure your system settings. Log in to the web browser interface and click Network Configuration > Device Management. Click DeviceConfiguration.wsdl.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader Configure Services Configure the way users (such as developers) can access and configure the reader. Log in to the web browser interface and click Network Configuration > Services. Enable or disable the services by selecting or clearing the check boxes, or by selecting options from the drop-down list.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader Services Settings (continued) Service Description Enable Telnet Server Enables access to the Linux system console via standard Telnet, using the same login and password as the web browser interface. The default login and password is intermec. The Telnet server is disabled by default.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader Configure the BRI Server Settings Configure the BRI Server to handle communications between you application and the RFID module. Log in to the web browser interface and click RFID Services > BRI > BRI Server. Configure the BRI Server settings.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader View the BRI Server Log If you enable logging, you can see a list of BRI server events, and save the logfile as a .txt file. Log in to the web browser interface and enable logging. Click RFID Services >...
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader Configure the BRI Attribute Settings Configure the BRI Attribute settings to control how the reader operates and reads tags. Log in to the web browser interface and click RFID Services > BRI > BRI Attributes. Configure the BRI Attribute settings.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader BRI Attribute Settings Descriptions (continued) Setting Description Read Tries The maximum number of times the read algorithm is executed before a response is returned to a Read command. Valid range is 1 to 254. Default is 3. In practice, this is the number of times an identified tag is read until the Read is successful.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader BRI Attribute Settings Descriptions (continued) Setting Description Select Tries (Not supported by EPCglobal Class 1 Gen 2 tags) The number of times a group select is attempted. A group select is the command that starts the identity process. Valid range is 1 to 254. Default is 1. This setting is equivalent to the SELTRIES BRI attribute.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader BRI Attribute Settings Descriptions (continued) Setting Description EPCC1G2 Advance Dense Reader Mode settings used with EPCC1G2 parameters. Medium Access Mode This setting is equivalent to EPCC1G2PARAMETERS BRI attribute. Dense Reader Mode Allows the reader to hop between channels within a certain frequency spectrum to prevent other readers in the area from interfering with one another.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader Configure LLRP Settings Configure the LLRP settings to establish an interface method between the reader and a client. For more information on LLRP, see http:// www.epcglobalinc.org/standards/llrp. Log in to the web browser interface and click RFID Services > LLRP. Configure the LLRP settings.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader LLRP Settings LLRP settings establish an interface method between the reader and a client. LLRP Settings Setting Description Secure Server Enable Allows connections to the secure LLRP server on port 5085. Unsecure Server Enable Allows connections to the unsecure LLRP sever on port 5084. Download Intermec Downloads an XML file that describes Intermec by Honewell- Extensions Definition...
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader Change User Credentials If you are not using a password server to authorize user logins to the reader, change the default user name and password. Log in to the web browser interface and click Security > Passwords. Configure the User Credential settings.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader Configure the RADIUS Server If you are using a password server to manage users who log in to the reader, you need to enable and configure the RADIUS server. Log in to the web browser interface and click Security > Passwords. Select Enable RADIUS.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader Disable Serial Port Access To enhance security, or allow an external application to communicate with the serial port, disable serial port access to the reader. Log in to the web browser interface and click Security > Passwords. Clear the Enable Serial Configuration check box.
Chapter 2 — Configure the Reader Import a Certificate To enhance security, import a certificate to the reader. Log in to the web browser interface and click Security > Import Certificate. Select the type of certificate. Click Browse and select the certificate. If you selected a server certificate to import, enter the passphrase for the certificate.
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Develop and Install RFID Applications Use this chapter to help you develop and install applications on your IF1.
The resource kit is available as part of the Intermec by Honeywell Developer Library (IDL). To learn more about the RFID Resource Kit, go www.intermec.com...
Chapter 3 — Develop and Install RFID Applications For more sophisticated Java development, the reader supports the open standard OSGi service-oriented architecture. This architecture allows system administrators to install, uninstall, enable, and disable system services (also known as bundles) without having to reboot the reader each time.
How to Specify the Class Path for the Java Virtual Machine If your application references third party Java libraries, such as the components from the Intermec by Honeywell RFID Resource Kit, you must include the option to specify the class path for the JVM to find the Java classes.
Chapter 3 — Develop and Install RFID Applications where: AUTOSTART specifies whether the application automatically starts when the reader boots. RUNAFTERINSTALL specifies whether the application starts immediately after installation. specifies the application name and optional parameters it CMDLINE accepts. Specify command line parameters as if the application is being executed from inside the directory containing the application.
Chapter 3 — Develop and Install RFID Applications Install your application on the reader to improve system scalability by minimizing network traffic, so reader can handle processing tasks such as data filtering. Install Applications On to the Reader The reader provides up to 64 MB of storage for your applications. Use the web browser interface to install applications on reader.
Chapter 3 — Develop and Install RFID Applications How to Manage Applications To maximize resources, you can start, stop, or uninstall applications on the reader. Start an Application By default, an application is stopped. You can start the application from the web browser interface.
Repackage the updated configuration file with your application. Upload the application to the reader through the web browser interface. About Edgeware Applications Edgeware applications are supplied by Honeywell and its partner developers, and provide immediate functionality for your RFID system. Edgeware Applications Name...
Chapter 3 — Develop and Install RFID Applications Install or Upgrade Edgeware Applications Some Edgeware applications, such as the SAP Device Controller or the Application Level Events Engine (ALE), are not installed on your reader. You can easily download, install, or upgrade your Edgeware applications through the web browser interface.
Chapter 3 — Develop and Install RFID Applications Read RFID Tags Through the Demo Application Use the demo application to verify that your reader can read RFID tags. Log in to the web browser interface and click Edgeware Applications > Application Control. The Application Control screen appears.
Chapter 3 — Develop and Install RFID Applications Click Developer Tools > BRI Commands. Enter a BRI command in the Command field and then click Run. The command is executed and a value returns onscreen. Run BRI Scripts Run a BRI script to send multiple BRI commands to the reader. Log in to the web browser interface and click Edgeware Applications >...
Chapter 3 — Develop and Install RFID Applications Double-click the BRI script file. Click Load. The script is loaded and run, and values are returned onscreen. IF1 Fixed RFID Reader User Manual...
Troubleshoot and Maintain the Reader Use this chapter to find answers to any problems you may encounter while using the reader. You will also find information on routine maintenance.
Chapter 4 — Troubleshoot and Maintain the Reader Upgrade Firmware Easily upgrade the firmware on the reader by through the web browser interface. Make sure the reader is connected to a reliable power source before you upgrade the firmware. Do not cycle power to the reader during the upgrade.
Chapter 4 — Troubleshoot and Maintain the Reader View the System Log The system log shows events logged by the reader. You may need this information to troubleshoot the reader or when you call Product Support. Log in to the web browser interface and click Maintenance > System Log.
Chapter 4 — Troubleshoot and Maintain the Reader Click Restore Defaults, and then click OK. The reader reboots and restores the default configuration. Reboot the Reader If the reader or an application locks up, or if the reader does not respond, you may need to restart the reader.
• use the troubleshooting tables in this manual to find your problem and possible solutions. • visit the Intermec by Honeywell knowledge base, Knowledge Central at intermec.custhelp.com. If you still need help, call Product Support at: 1-800-755-5505 Before you call Product Support, have this information ready: •...
Chapter 4 — Troubleshoot and Maintain the Reader Troubleshoot the Reader This section includes lists of problems and possible solutions. Problems While Working with RFID You can solve many problems you may encounter when working with your RFID system by carefully checking the RFID settings and changing them accordingly.
Chapter 4 — Troubleshoot and Maintain the Reader Problems with Connectivity When you troubleshoot problems with connectivity, make sure you know your: • TCP/IP settings. • COM port settings for serial connections. You should also make sure all physical network connectors and cables are in good working order.
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About the GPIO Ports Use this chapter to learn about the GPIO ports.
Chapter 5 — About the GPIO Ports About the GPIO Interfaces The reader has two general purpose input and output (GPIO) interfaces. You connect external controls such as motion sensors or indicator lamps to the GPIO interfaces, which can then trigger reader operations. Each interface is electrically isolated from the reader and designed for low voltage DC loads.
Chapter 5 — About the GPIO Ports Powered Input Example The reader powered input the simplest way to connect a control to a reader input interface. If the external control device is a switch, you can connect one side of the switch to a reader +Input pin and the other side of the switch to one of the +5 VDC sources.
Chapter 5 — About the GPIO Ports Open Collector Input Interface Example The input can be connected to an open collector interface of an external device. This open collector input interface typically implies that the grounds are tied together for the two systems. The common ground can be a source of input noise, so you should follow good grounding practices for both the reader and the input device.
Chapter 5 — About the GPIO Ports How to Use the Output Interfaces Each reader output interface is optically isolated from the reader, polarized, and rated for 5 to 30 VDC at 0.4 A. GPIO Output Specifications Signal Description Min. Typical Max.
Chapter 5 — About the GPIO Ports How to Switch the High Side with Reader Power In this example, an external indicator lamp (0.25 A maximum current) is connected to the -Output and Ground pins, and the corresponding +Output pin is connected to the +12 VDC source. +12 V +Output External...
Chapter 5 — About the GPIO Ports How to Switch the High Side with External Power To use external power (5 to 48 VDC) to switch the high side, connect the Ground pin to the ground system of the external power supply, and connect the positive side of the external supply to the +Output pin.
Chapter 5 — About the GPIO Ports Drive a DC Relay to Control an AC Load While the reader outputs are designed to switch DC loads, they can also drive relays that control AC loads. AC motor + 12 V + Output - Output 120-230...
Chapter 5 — About the GPIO Ports How to Use the Power Interface The reader GPIO interface provides 5 VDC at 0.30 A for powering external inputs and loads, eliminating the need for an external DC supply and simplifying the system installation. The GPIO interface power has an internal thermal fuse that trips if the load exceeds 0.5 A.
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Specifications This appendix contains specifications and the port pin assignments for the IF1.
Appendix A — Specifications IF1 Specifications IF1 Specifications Dimensions 26.5 cm x 18.6 cm x 5.85 cm (10.2 in x 7.3 in x 2.3 in) Weight 1.6 kg (3.5 lb) Integrated antenna 7.5 dBi integrated antenna depending on option External antenna ports Up to 2 external RP-TNC antenna ports depending on option Optional GPIO ports...
Appendix A — Specifications IF1L Enhanced Specifications IF1L Enhanced Specifications Dimensions 26.5 cm x 18.6 cm x 7.5 cm Weight 1.6 kg (3.5 lb) Integrated antenna Internal linear polarized External antenna ports 1 external RP-TNC antenna port GPIO ports 2 inputs, 2 outputs Memory 64 Mb •...
Appendix A — Specifications Optional Integrated Antenna Specifications Integrated Antenna Specifications Antenna type (Gain) Linear polarized (7.5 dBi) RF connector port RP-TNC connector • Air interface protocol ISO 18000-6C • ARTEFACT PA • SINIAV G0 IF1 Fixed RFID Reader Series User Manual...
Appendix A — Specifications Port Pin Assignments Use this section to understand the port pin assignments for the ports located on the reader. GPIO Port The GPIO port allows GPIO communications with your reader. The GPIO port is standard with two-antenna port options of the reader, and optional with the integrated antenna options of the reader.
Appendix A — Specifications GPIO Port Pin Assignments (continued) Function Description GP input 1+ Isolated GP input (28 VDC maximum, = 0.8 V max V = 4.5 V max in low in high ISO_V+ Isolated external power for GP out pullups (28 VDC max) Ethernet Port The Ethernet port allows Ethernet communications and Power-Over-...
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