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Field Data For Transponders, Readers And Antennas; Field Data Of Rf300 Transponders; Rf300 - Siemens SIMATIC RF300 System Manual

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4.2

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.
All the technical specifications listed are typical data and are applicable for an ambient
temperature of between 0 C and +50 °C, a supply voltage of between 22 V and 27 V DC and
a metal-free environment. Tolerances of ±20 % are admissible due to production or
temperature conditions.
If the entire voltage range at the reader of 20 V DC to 30 V DC and/or the entire temperature
range of transponders and readers is used, the field data are subject to further tolerances.
Note
Transmission gaps
If the minimum operating distance (S
center of the field. Communication with the transponder is not possible in the transmission
gap.
4.2.1

Field data of RF300 transponders

Observe the following information for field data of RF300 transponders:
● A maximum median deviation of ±2 mm is possible in static mode (without affecting the
● The field data are reduced by approx. 15% if the transponder enters the transmission
RF310R reader
Table 4- 8
RF320T
RF340T
RF350T
RF360T
All values are in mm
Values in brackets [ ] refer to RF310R with the MLFB 6GT2801-1AB10
SIMATIC RF300
System Manual, 11/2009 - Zwischenstand 17.09.2009, A5E01642529-04
field data)
window laterally (see also "Transmission window" figure)
RF310R reader
Length of
transmission window (L)
30
38
45
45
4.2 Field data for transponders, readers and antennas
) is not observed, a transmission gap can occur in the
a
Operating distance (S
)
a
2...10
2...20
5...22 [26]
5...26
RF300 system planning
Limit distance (S
)
g
16
26
30 [35]
35
41

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