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Communication Between Communication Module, Reader (with Iq-sense Interface) And Transponder - Siemens SIMATIC RF300 System Manual

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RF300 system planning
4.1 Fundamentals of application planning
4.1.8
Communication between communication module, reader (with IQ-Sense interface)
and transponder
Communication between the communication module (IQ-Sense), RF310R reader and
transponder takes place in fixed telegram cycles. 3 cycles of approximately 3 ms are always
needed for the transfer of a read or write command. 1 or 2 bytes of user data can be
transferred with each of these commands. The acknowledgement transfer (status or read
data) takes place in 3 further cycles. The transponder must be present within the field of the
reader during the message frame cycle.
Calculation of the communication time for interference-free transfer
The communication time for fault-free data transfer is calculated as follows:
t
K
Calculation of the maximum amount of user data
The maximum amount of user data is calculated as follows:
t
K
t
V
n
n
max
t
Byte
K
Time constants K and t
K (ms)
15
15
30
The table of time constants applies to every command. If a user command consists of
several subcommands, the above t
30
=
K t
+
n
(n >1)
Byte
Communication time between communication module, RF310R IQ-Sense reader
and transponder
Dwell time
Amount of user data in bytes
Max. amount of user data in bytes in dynamic mode
Transmission time for 1 byte
Constant (internal system time) This contains the time for power buildup on the
transponder and for command transfer
Byte
t
(ms)
Byte
15
15
30
Command
Read (FRAM/EEPROM area)
Write (FRAM area)
Write (EEPROM area)
formula must be applied to each subcommand.
K
System Manual, 09/2007, J31069 D0166-U001-A5-7618
SIMATIC RF300

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