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SIMATIC Sensors
RFID systems
SIMATIC RF300
System Manual
11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009
A5E01642529-04
Introduction
Safety information
System overview
RF300 system planning
Readers
RF300 transponder
ISO transponder
System integration
System diagnostics
Appendix
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   Summary of Contents for Siemens SIMATIC RF300

  • Page 1

    Introduction Safety information System overview SIMATIC Sensors RF300 system planning RFID systems SIMATIC RF300 Readers RF300 transponder System Manual ISO transponder System integration System diagnostics Appendix 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009 A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 2: A5e01642529

    Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Example of container and paper board container handling: Use of ISO tags ......23 System data ..........................25 RF300 system planning ........................... 27 Fundamentals of application planning ..................27 4.1.1 Selection criteria for SIMATIC RF300 components ..............27 4.1.2 Transmission window and read/write distance ................27 4.1.3 Width of the transmission window....................32 4.1.4...

  • Page 4

    Technical specifications of the RF310R reader with RS422 interface........107 5.3.9 FCC information ........................108 5.3.10 Dimension drawing........................108 SIMATIC RF340R ........................109 5.4.1 Features ............................ 109 5.4.2 Ordering data for RF340R......................109 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 5: Rf300

    SIMATIC RF320T ........................136 6.3.1 Features .............................136 6.3.2 Ordering data ..........................136 6.3.3 Mounting on metal ........................136 6.3.4 Technical data..........................138 6.3.5 Dimension drawing ........................139 SIMATIC RF340T ........................139 6.4.1 Features .............................139 6.4.2 Ordering data ..........................139 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 6: Rf300

    Dimension drawing........................177 MDS D124..........................177 7.4.1 Characteristics .......................... 177 7.4.2 Ordering data ..........................178 7.4.3 Mounting on metal........................178 7.4.4 Technical specifications ......................179 7.4.5 Dimension drawing........................181 MDS D139..........................181 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 7: Rf300

    Dimension drawing ........................207 System integration ..........................209 Introduction ..........................209 ASM 452 ............................211 8.3.1 Features .............................211 8.3.2 Ordering data ..........................211 8.3.3 Pin assignment and display elements ..................213 8.3.4 Configuration..........................214 8.3.5 Technical data..........................217 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 8: Rf300

    Reader RF3xxR (RS422) with ASM 475................... 259 A.3.4 RF310R and IQ-Sense......................260 A.3.5 Reader RF380R (RS232) - PC ....................260 Ordering data ..........................261 Service & Support ........................266 Glossary ..............................269 Index..............................271 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 9: Introduction

    Scope of validity of this document This documentation is valid for all supplied variations of the SIMATIC RF300 system and describes the state of delivery as of November 2009. SIMATIC RF300...

  • Page 10: Iso Transponder

    The following terms/abbreviations are used synonymously in this document: ● Reader, read/write device, write/read device ● Tag, transponder, mobile data memory, data carrier, MDS ● Communication module, interface module, ASM History Currently released versions of the SIMATIC RF300 system manual: Edition Remark 05/2005 First Edition...

  • Page 11: Safety Information

    Contact your technical support team or your sales outlet to find out which system upgrades are suitable for installation. CAUTION If you cause system defects by installing or exchanging system expansion devices, the warranty becomes void. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 13: System Overview

    SIMATIC RF300 3.2.1 RF300 system overview SIMATIC RF300 is an inductive identification system specially designed for use in industrial production for the control and optimization of material flow. Thanks to its compact dimensions, RF300 is the obvious choice where installation conditions are restricted, especially for assembly lines, handling systems and workpiece carrier systems.

  • Page 14

    System overview 3.2 SIMATIC RF300 Low-performance applications With the cost-effective IQ-Sense interface, RF300 provides an especially favorable solution concept for low-performance applications. Medium-performance applications RF300 in conjunction with ISO tags provides a cost-effective solution for medium- performance applications. High-performance applications The high-performance components of RF300 provide advantages in terms of high data transmission rates and storage capacities.

  • Page 15: Rfid Components And Their Function

    System overview 3.2 SIMATIC RF300 Table 3- 1 Overview of RF300 low-, medium- and high-performance components System RF300 for low-performance RF300 for medium performance RF300 for high-performance components applications applications Applications with ISO 15693 tags ASM 452 ASM 452 Communication 8xIQ-Sense for ET 200M ...

  • Page 16: Rf300

    System overview 3.2 SIMATIC RF300 RF300 system components for low- and high-performance applications Figure 3-1 System overview low- and high-performance Table 3- 2 Reader-tag combination options for low- and high-performance applications Tags/ RF310R RF310R RF340R RF350R with RF350R with RF350R with...

  • Page 17: Rf300

    System overview 3.2 SIMATIC RF300 ✓ Combination possible Combination not possible ○ Combination possible, but not recommended @ in Grafik fehlt noch MDS D424 und die Fotos von MDS D460/MDS D424 RF300 system components for medium-performance applications Figure 3-2 System overview medium-performance SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 18: Application Areas Of Rf300

    SIMATIC RF300 is primarily used for non-contact identification of containers, palettes and workpiece holders in a closed production circuit. The data carriers (transponders) remain in the production chain and are not supplied with the products. SIMATIC RF300, with its compact transponder and reader enclosure dimensions, is particularly suitable in confined spaces.

  • Page 19: System Configuration

    3.3.1 Overview The SIMATIC RF300 system is characterized by a high level of standardization of its components. This means that the system follows the TIA principle throughout: Totally Integrated Automation. It provides maximum transparency at all levels with its reduced interface overhead.

  • Page 20: Rf300

    LC terminal located at each workstation. This means that virtually no additional data management is required on the control PC. The production order data can also be read for servicing purposes via the mobile SIMATIC RF310M handheld terminal. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 21: Example Of Container And Paper Board Container Handling: Use Of Iso Tags

    ● Decision points in the conveyor system can be installed in a more favorable way (mechanically) ● Different sizes of containers with different depths can be identified due to the range SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 22: Rf300

    Again, one and the same reader is used for this. The maximum transport speed is 0.8 m/s. In addition, flexible identification is possible at each location and at any time using the mobile SIMATIC RF310M handheld terminal. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 23: System Data

    20 bytes to 64 KB user memory (r/w) Memory capacity  4 bytes fixed code as serial number (ro)  Memory type EEPROM / FRAM Write cycles EEPROM: > 200 000  FRAM: Unlimited  SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 24: Rf300

    ETS 300 330 (Europe) Approvals  FCC Part 15 (USA),  UL/CSA CE,  operating license for Japan  By means of RS422 interface and 3964R protocol Exception RF350R: IP 65 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 25: Rf300 System Planning

    RF300 system planning Fundamentals of application planning 4.1.1 Selection criteria for SIMATIC RF300 components Assess your application according to the following criteria, in order to choose the right SIMATIC RF300 components: ● Transmission distance (read/write distance) ● Tracking tolerances ● Static or dynamic data transfer ●...

  • Page 26

    Length of a transmission window The length L is valid for the calculation. At S , the field length increases from L to L a,min Intersection of the axes of symmetry of the transponder SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 27: Rf300

    Length of a transmission window in the y-direction (L with RF340R) The length L is valid for the calculation. At S , the field length increases from L to L a,min y max Field centerpoint SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 28: Rf300

    Diameter of a transmission window The length L is valid for the calculation. At S , the field length increases from L to L a,min Intersection of the axes of symmetry of the transponder SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 29: Rf300

    , the field length increases from L to L a,min y max Field centerpoint The transponder can be used as soon as the intersection (SP) of the transponder enters the area of the transmission window. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 30: Width Of The Transmission Window

    They should only be applied during planning in exceptional cases, however, since the read/write distances are very limited. Exact details of the secondary field geometry cannot be given, since these values depend heavily on the operating distance and the application. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 31: Rf300

    Secondary fields with shielding The following graphic shows typical primary and secondary fields, with metal shielding this time. The metal shielding prevents the reader from detecting tags via the secondary field. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 32: Rf300

    RF300 system planning 4.1 Fundamentals of application planning Figure 4-2 Secondary field with shielding SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 33: Permissible Directions Of Motion Of The Transponder

    If working in static mode, the transponder can be operated up to the limit distance (S ). The transponder must then be positioned exactly over the reader: Figure 4-4 Operation in static mode SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 34: Dwell Time Of The Transponder

    The dwell time is defined by the system environment in dynamic mode. The volume of data to be transferred must be matched to the dwell time or vice versa. In general: SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 35: Communication Between Communication Module, Reader And Transponder

    Max. amount of user data in bytes in dynamic mode Transmission time for 1 byte byte Constant; the constant is an internal system time. This contains the time for power buildup on the transponder and for command transfer SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 36: Rf300

    The values shown above must be used when calculating the maximum quantity of user data in dynamic mode. They are applicable for both writing and reading. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 37: Calculation Example (rs422)

    The programmer should be given the maximum number of bytes in dynamic mode. Refer to the tables in the "Field data of transponders and readers" section for the technical data. Determine tolerance of pallet transport height Figure 4-6 Tolerance of pallet transport height SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 38: Rf300

    Take values K and t from Table "Time constants K and t ". max) Byte Byte (FRAM area) Result A maximum of 172 bytes can be read or written when the transponder passes by. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 39: Field Data For Transponders, Readers And Antennas

    4.2 Field data for transponders, readers and antennas Field data for transponders, readers and antennas The following table shows the field data for all SIMATIC RF300 components of transponders and readers. It facilitates the correct selection of a transponder and reader.

  • Page 40: Rf300

    RF350R reader / ANT 18 Table 4- 11 RF350R reader / ANT 18 Diameter of the transmission Operating distance (S Limit distance (S window (L RF320T 2...8 RF340T 2...10 All values are in mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 41: Rf300

    Also see Chapter Minimum clearances (Page 47) Section "Minimum distance from reader to reader". You can find exact information regarding the parameters in the Product Information "FB 45 and FC 45 input parameters for RF300 and ISO transponders" (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/33315697). SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 42: Field Data Of Iso Transponders

    Operating distance (S Limit distance (S window (L MDS D100 MDS D124 MDS D139 MDS D160 MDS D324 MDS D421 MDS D424 MDS D428 MDS D460 All values are in mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 43: Rf300

    RF340R reader / ANT 18 Length of the transmission Operating distance (S Limit distance (S window (L) MDS D124 MDS D160 MDS D324 MDS D421 MDS D424 MDS D428 MDS D460 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 44: Rf300

    15...160 MDS D160 0…64 MDS D324 0…96 MDS D424 MDS D428 MDS D460 All values are in mm Note Only the MDS D139 with MLFB 6GT2600-0AA10 is compatible with SIMATIC RF300. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 45: Minimum Clearances

    ≥ 120 ≥ 150 D160 ≥ 120 ≥ 250 D324 D421 D424 D428 D460 The values are all in mm, relative to the operating distance (S ) between reader and tag SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 46: Rf300

    The application software must be used to ensure that only one reader is active (antenna is switched on) at a time. Note Please also observe the graphic representations of the minimum distances in the respective chapters on readers. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 47: Dependence Of The Volume Of Data On The Transponder Speed With Rf300 Tags

    RF320T with RF310R, RF340R/RF350R, RF380R 4.3.2 RF340T with RF310R, RF340R, RF350R, RF380R The following table is used to calculate the curves. The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 48: Rf350t With Rf310r, Rf340r, Rf350r, Rf380r

    The following table is used to calculate the curves. The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF340R/ RF380R RF350R Operating distance (S 22 mm 22 mm 40 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 49: Rf360t With Rf310r, Rf340r, Rf350r, Rf380r

    The following table is used to calculate the curves. The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF340R/ RF380R RF350R Operating distance (S 26 mm 26 mm 60 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 50: Rf370t With Rf340r, Rf350r, Rf380r

    RF370T with RF340R, RF350R, RF380R The following table is used to calculate the curves. The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF340R/ RF380R RF350R Operating distance (S 22 mm 60 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 51: Rf380t With Rf340r, Rf350r, Rf380r

    RF380T with RF340R, RF350R, RF380R The following table is used to calculate the curves. The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF340R/ RF380R RF350R Operating distance (S 22 mm 60 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 52: Dependence Of The Volume Of Data On The Transponder Speed With Iso Tags

    MDS D100 with RF310R, RF340R/RF350R and RF380R The following table is used to calculate the curves. The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF340R/ RF380R RF350R Operating distance 30 mm 30 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 53: Mds D124 With Rf310r, Rf340r/rf350r And Rf380r

    MDS D124 with RF310R, RF340R/RF350R and RF380R The following table is used to calculate the curves. The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF340R/RF350R RF380R Operating distance 25 mm 40 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 54: Mds D139 With Rf310r, Rf340r/rf350r And Rf380r

    MDS D139 with RF310R, RF340R/RF350R and RF380R The following table is used to calculate the curves. The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF340R/RF350R RF380R Operating distance 60 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 55: Mds D160 With Rf310r, Rf340r/rf350r And Rf380r

    MDS D160 with RF310R, RF340R/RF350R and RF380R The following table is used to calculate the curves. The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF340R/RF350R RF380R Operating distance 20 mm 40 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 56: Mds D324 With Rf310r And Rf380r

    MDS D324 with RF310R and RF380R The following table is used to calculate the curves. The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF340R/RF350R RF380R Operating distance 20 mm 40 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 57: Mds D424 With Rf310r, Rf340r/rf350r And Rf380r

    MDS D424 with RF310R, RF340R/RF350R and RF380R The following table is used to calculate the curves. The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF340R/RF350R RF380R Operating distance 20 mm 40 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 58: Mds D428 With Rf310r, Rf340r/rf350r And Rf380r

    MDS D428 with RF310R, RF340R/RF350R and RF380R The following table is used to calculate the curves. The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF340R/RF350R RF380R Operating distance 20 mm 40 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 59: Mds D460 With Rf310r, Rf340r/rf350r And Rf380r

    MDS D460 with RF310R, RF340R/RF350R and RF380R The following table is used to calculate the curves. The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF340R/RF350R RF380R Operating distance 20 mm 40 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 60: Installation Guidelines

    ● Mounting of multiple readers or their antennas on metal frames or racks The following sections describe the impact on the operation of the identification system when mounted in the vicinity of metal. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 61: Reduction Of Interference Due To Metal

    This affects the entire field. In particular, the transmission window between reader and transponder is reduced. Remedy: The transmission window is no longer affected if the transponder is mounted differently. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 62: Rf300

    D and metal-free areas a, b are maintained. However, interaction may take place if an iron frame is positioned unfavorably. Longer data transfer times or sporadic error messages at the communication module are the result. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 63: Effects Of Metal On Different Transponders And Readers

    Certain conditions have to be observed when mounting the transponders and readers on metal or flush-mounting. For more information, please refer to the descriptions of the individual transponders and readers in the relevant section. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 64: Impact On The Transmission Window By Metal

    20 mm RF350T Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm RF360T Without metal On metal; distance 20 mm Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 65

    Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm MDS D428 Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm MDS D460 Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 66: Rf340r

    Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm RF380T Without metal (all-round 40 mm) On metal (all-round 40 mm) Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 40 mm (all-round 40 mm) SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 67: Rf300

    Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm MDS D428 Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm MDS D460 Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 68: Rf350r

    Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm RF380T Without metal (all-round 40 mm) On metal (all-round 40 mm) Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 40 mm (all-round 40 mm) SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 69: Rf300

    Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm MDS D428 Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm MDS D460 Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 70

    (10 mm all-round; 10 mm deep) RF320T Without metal On metal; distance 20 mm Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm RF340T Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 71: Rf300

    Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm MDS D428 Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm MDS D460 Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 72: Rf300

    20 mm MDS D324 Without metal On metal; distance 20 mm Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm MDS D424 Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 73: Rf380r

    20 mm RF360T Without metal On metal; distance 20 mm Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm RF370T Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 74: Flush-mounted In Metal

    Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm MDS D424 Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm MDS D428 Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 75: Chemical Resistance Of The Transponders

    Gasoline, containing benzol ○○○○ Benzoate (Na–, Ca.a.) ○○○○ Benzoic acid ○○○○ Benzole ○○○○ Benzenesulphonic acid ○○○○ Benzyl chloride ᅳ Borax ○○○○ Boric acid ○○○○ Bromine, liquid ᅳ Bromine, gas, dry ᅳ SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 76: Rf300

    Fluoride (ammonium, K–, ○○○○ Na.a.) Hydrofluoric acid Up to 40 % ○○○○ Formaldehyde 50 % ○○○○ Formamide 100 % ○○○○ Glucon acid ○○○○ Glycerine ○○○○ Glycol ○○○○ Urine ○○○○ Uric acid ○○○○ SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 77: Rf300

    Sulfite (ammonium, Na.a.) ᅳ Tar, aroma-free ○○○○ Turpentine ○○○○ Trichloroethylene ᅳ Hydrogen peroxide 30 % ○○○○ Tartaric acid ○○○○ Abbreviations ○○○○ Resistant ○○○ Virtually resistant ○○ Partially resistant ○ Less resistant SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 78: Rf300

    Lactic acid, w. ○○ ᅳ ○○○ ○○ Sodium carbonate, w. (soda) k. g. ○○○○ ○○○○ Sodium chloride, w. k. g. ○○○○ ○○○○ Sodium hydroxide ○○○○ ○○○○ Nickel salts, w. k. g. ○○○○ ○○○○ SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 79: Rf300

    The following table provides an overview of the chemicals investigated. Substance Test conditions Evaluation Time[days] Temperature[°C] Acetone n-Butanol (butyl alcohol) Butanon-2 (methyl ethyl ketone) n-butyl acetate Brake fluid Calcium chloride (saturated) Diesel fuel SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 80: Chemical Resistance Of The Iso Transponders

    Chemical resistance of the ISO transponders MDS D100, MDS D200 The housing of the MDS D100 is made of PVC. MDS D100 is resistant to the substances specified in the following table. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 81: Rf300

    Brake fluid Calcium chloride (saturated) Diesel fuel Diethyl ether Frigen 113 Anti-freeze Kerosine Methanol Engine oil Sodium chloride (saturated) Sodium hydroxide (30 percent) Sodium hypochlorite (5 percent) Caustic soda (30 percent) SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 82: Rf300

    Benzol, benzoic acid ■ Borax ■ Boric acid ■ Bromine, liquid, bromine water □ Butyric acid 100 % ◪ Carbonate (ammonium, sodium, etc.) ■ Chlorine, liquid □ Chlorobenzene ■ Chloroform □ SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 83: Rf300

    Sulphate (ammonium, sodium, etc.) ■ Sulfide (ammonium, sodium, etc.) □ Turpentine ■ Trichloroethylene □ Hydrogen peroxide 30 % ■ Tartaric acid ■ Abbreviations: ■ Resistant ◪ Limited resistance □ Not resistant SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 84: Emc Directives

    ● What types of external interference have an impact on the system? ● How can interference be prevented? ● How can interference be eliminated? ● Which standards relate to EMC? ● Examples of interference-free plant design SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 85: What Does Emc Mean

    RTTE guidelines. Since the RFID modules are merely components of an overall system, and sources of interference can arise as a result of combining different components, certain guidelines have to be followed when setting up a plant. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 86: Basic Rules

    ● Feed the cabling into the cabinet from one side only and, if possible, on one level only. ● Route the signal cables as close as possible to chassis surfaces. ● Twist the feed and return conductors of separately installed cables. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 87: Propagation Of Electromagnetic Interference

    The EMC measures are applied to all three components, in order to prevent malfunctions due to interference. When setting up a plant, the manufacturer must take all possible measures in order to prevent the occurrence of interference sources: SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 88: Rf300

    Replace the power supply current infeed Interference injected through Cable is inadequately Better cable shielding the cables connected in shielded series The reader is not connected Ground the reader to ground. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 89: Rf300

    There are four ways in which interference can be coupled in: Figure 4-23 Ways in which interference can be coupled in When RFID modules are used, different components in the overall system can act as a coupling path: SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 90: Cabinet Configuration

    All enclosures and metal panels in the cabinet should therefore be connected in a manner allowing good conductance. Figure 4-24 Shielding by enclosure SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 91: Rf300

    ● The interference can be further decreased by installing grounded shielding plates. ● The load connections and power cables should be installed separately from the signal cables with a minimum clearance of 10 cm. Figure 4-25 Prevention of interference by optimum configuration SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 92: Prevention Of Interference Sources

    230 V coils when the coil is switched. The use of freewheeling diodes or RC circuits prevents interference voltages and thus stray interference on conductors installed parallel to the coil conductor. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 93: Equipotential Bonding

    ● When connecting the equipotential bonding conductors to the centralized equipotential bonding strip (EBS), the power components and non-power components must be combined. ● The equipotential bonding conductors of the separate modules must lead directly to the equipotential bonding strip. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 94: Cable Shielding

    ● For digital signals, the shield should be connected to the enclosure at both ends ● Since interference signals are frequently within the HF range (> 10 kHz), a large-area HF- proof shield contact is necessary SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 95: Rf300

    The shielding bus must be connected to the PE busbar. If shielded cables have to be interrupted, the shield must be continued via the corresponding connector housing. Only suitable connectors may be used for this purpose. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 96: Rf300

    If intermediate connectors, which do not have a suitable shield connection, are used, the shield must be continued by fixing cable clamps at the point of interruption. This ensures a large-area, HF-conducting contact. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04...

  • Page 97: Readers

    RESET message frame (INIT-Run). You can find more detailed information on the software parameterization in Product Information "FB 45 and FC 45 input parameters for RF300 and ISO transponders" (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/33315697) or the Function Manual FB 45 (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/21738808) from edition A3 onwards.

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