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System Manual · 01/2009
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    RFID SYSTEMS SIMATIC Sensors RFID systems SIMATIC RF300 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual · 01/2009 SIMATIC Sensors...

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    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 01/2009 A5E01642529-03...

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    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 5: Table Of Contents

    Example of container and paper board container handling: Use of ISO tags ......25 System data ..........................27 RF300 system planning ........................... 29 Fundamentals of application planning ..................29 4.1.1 Selection criteria for SIMATIC RF300 components ..............29 4.1.2 Transmission window and read/write distance ................29 4.1.3 Width of the transmission window....................34 4.1.4...

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    Ensuring reliable data exchange....................105 5.3.6 Metal-free area.......................... 106 5.3.7 Minimum distance between RF340R readers................106 5.3.8 Technical data of the RF340R reader..................107 5.3.9 FCC information ........................108 5.3.10 Dimension drawing........................108 SIMATIC RF350R ........................109 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    6.4.4 Technical specifications ......................137 6.4.5 Dimension drawing ........................138 SIMATIC RF350T ........................139 6.5.1 Features .............................139 6.5.2 Ordering data ..........................139 6.5.3 Metal-free area...........................140 6.5.4 Technical data..........................141 6.5.5 Dimension drawing ........................142 SIMATIC RF360T ........................143 6.6.1 Features .............................143 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    Dimension drawings........................185 MDS D160..........................186 7.5.1 Characteristics .......................... 186 7.5.2 Ordering data ..........................186 7.5.3 Metal-free area.......................... 187 7.5.4 Technical specifications ......................188 7.5.5 Dimension drawings........................189 MDS D324..........................190 7.6.1 Characteristics .......................... 190 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    System diagnostics..........................235 Error codes..........................235 Diagnostics functions .........................236 9.2.1 Overview ............................236 9.2.2 Reader diagnostics with SLG STATUS ..................237 9.2.3 Transponder diagnostics with MDS STATUS................240 Appendix..............................243 Certificates and approvals ......................243 A.1.1 Certificates and Approvals ......................243 Accessories..........................246 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    Reader RF3xxR (RS422) with ASM 475................... 249 A.3.4 RF310R and IQ-Sense......................250 A.3.5 Reader RF380R (RS232) - PC ....................251 Ordering data ..........................252 Service & Support ........................259 Glossary ..............................261 Index..............................267 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 11: Introduction

    System overview Overview of all RF identification systems, system overview of SIMATIC RF300 RFID system planning Information about possible applications of SIMATIC RF300, support for application planning, tools for finding suitable SIMATIC RF300 components.

  • Page 12: Preface

    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 January 2009. Conventions The following terms/abbreviations are used synonymously in this document: ●...

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    Introduction 1.2 Preface Observance of installation guidelines The installation guidelines and safety instructions given in this documentation must be followed during commissioning and operation. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    Introduction 1.2 Preface SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 15: 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, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    Safety information SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 17: System Overview

    System overview RFID systems RFID systems from Siemens control and optimize material flow. They identify reliably, quickly and economically, are insensitive to contamination and store data directly on the product. Identification Frequency Range, Max. Data transfer rate Temperature, Special features system max.

  • Page 18: Simatic Rf300

    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 19: Rfid Components And Their Function

    System overview 3.2 SIMATIC RF300 3.2.2 RFID components and their function System components overview Component Description Communication A communication module (interface module) is used to integrate the RF module identification system in controllers/automation systems. Readers The reader (read/write device) ensures inductive communication and power supply to the transponder, and handles the connection to the various controllers (e.g.

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    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...

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    System overview 3.2 SIMATIC RF300 RF300 system components for medium-performance applications Figure 3-2 System overview medium-performance Table 3- 3 Reader-tag combination options for medium-performance applications Tags/ RF310R RF310R RF340R RF350R with RF350R with RF350R with RF380R (IQ-Sense) (RS422) ANT 1...

  • Page 22: 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 23: 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.

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    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. Figure 3-3 Example of engine block production SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 25: Example Of Container And Paper Board Container Handling: Use Of Iso Tags

    In this example scenario, containers of varying sizes are conveyed on a conveyor system. Only the unique identification number (8 bytes) is read. The containers to be picked are sorted to the corresponding workstations. The maximum transport speed is 1.0 m/s. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    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. Figure 3-4 Example of container and paper board container handling SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 27: System Data

    ISO 15693 functionality can be parameterized • 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, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    System overview 3.4 System data SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 29: 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 ●...

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    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, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    Length of a transmission window in the y direction 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, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    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, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    . The active operating area reduces as the distance increases, and shrinks to a single point at distance S . Only static mode should thus be used in the area between S and S SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 34: Width Of The Transmission Window

    Length of the transmission window Tracking tolerances The width of the transmission window (B) is particularly important for the mechanical tracking tolerance. The formula for the dwell time is valid without restriction when B is observed. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 35: Impact Of Secondary Fields

    Secondary field without shielding In this arrangement, the reader can also read tags via the secondary field. Shielding is required in order to prevent unwanted reading via the secondary field, as shown and described in the following. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    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. Figure 4-2 Secondary field with shielding SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 37: Permissible Directions Of Motion Of The Transponder

    Operation in static mode 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, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    (SP) of the transponder enters the circle of the transmission window. In dynamic mode, the operating distance (S ) is of primary importance. [Operating distances, see Chapter Field data for transponders, readers and antennas (Page 44)] Figure 4-5 Operation in dynamic mode SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 39: Dwell Time Of The Transponder

    In general: t ≥ Dwell time of the data memory within the field of the reader Communication time between transponder and communication module SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 40: 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, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    Read (FRAM/EEPROM area) Write (FRAM area) Write (EEPROM area) The table of time constants applies to every command. If a user command consists of several subcommands, the above t formula must be applied to each subcommand. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 42: 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, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    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, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 44: 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.

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    Table 4- 11 RF350R reader / ANT 18 RF320T RF340T RF350T RF360T RF370T RF380T Diameter of the transmission window Not yet released Operating distance (S 2...8 2...10 Limit distance (S All values are in mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    Also see Chapter Minimum clearances (Page 48) 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, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 47: Field Data Of Iso Transponders

    Width of the transmission window (L Operating distance (S 15…170 0…72 15...160 0…64 0…96 Limit distance (S All values are in mm Only the MDS D139 with MLFB 6GT2600-0AA10 is compatible with SIMATIC RF300. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 48: Minimum Clearances

    The permissible minimum distance between two RF380Rs depends on the transmission output power that is set. The specified minimum distance must be multiplied by the following factor, depending on the output: DILI byte Factor 02; 03 04; 05; 06 07; 08 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 49: Configuration

    SET-ANT command can be used to activate and deactivate the HF field of the reader. The application software must be used to ensure that only one reader is active (antenna is switched on) at a time. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 50: Dependence Of The Volume Of Data On The Transponder Speed With Rf300 Tags

    The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF340R/ RF380R RF350R Operating distance (S 10 mm 10 mm 40 mm RF320T: Display of speed relative to data volume (write) Figure 4-8 RF320T with RF310R, RF340R/RF350R, RF380R SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 51: Rf340t With Rf310r, Rf340r, Rf350r, Rf380r

    The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF340R/ RF380R RF350R Operating distance (S 20 mm 20 mm 40 mm RF340T: Display of speed relative to data volume (read/write) Figure 4-9 RF340T with RF310R, RF340R/RF350R and RF380R SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 52: Rf350t With Rf310r, Rf340r, Rf350r, Rf380r

    The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF340R/ RF380R RF350R Operating distance (S 22 mm 22 mm 40 mm RF350T: Display of speed relative to data volume (read/write) Figure 4-10 RF350T with RF310R, RF340R/RF350R and RF380R SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 53: Rf360t With Rf310r, Rf340r, Rf350r, Rf380r

    The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF340R/ RF380R RF350R Operating distance (S 26 mm 26 mm 60 mm RF360T: Display of speed relative to data volume (read/write) Figure 4-11 RF360T with RF310R, RF340R/RF350R and RF380R SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 54: Rf370t With Rf340r, Rf350r, Rf380r

    The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF340R/ RF380R RF350R Operating distance (S 22 mm 60 mm RF370T: Display of speed relative to data volume (read/write) Figure 4-12 RF370T with RF340R/RF350R and RF380R SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 55: Rf380t With Rf340r, Rf350r, Rf380r

    The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF340R/ RF380R RF350R Operating distance (S 22 mm 60 mm RF380T: Display of speed relative to data volume (read/write) Figure 4-13 RF380T with RF340R/RF350R and RF380R SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 56: Dependence Of The Volume Of Data On The Transponder Speed With Iso Tags

    The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF380R Operating distance (S 30 mm 30 mm MDS D100: Display of speed relative to data volume (read/write) Figure 4-14 MDS D100 with RF310R and RF380R SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 57: Mds D124 With Rf310r And Rf380r

    The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF380R Operating distance (S 25 mm 40 mm MDS D124: Display of speed relative to data volume (read/write) Figure 4-15 MDS D124 with RF310R and RF380R SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 58: Mds D139 With Rf310r And Rf380r

    The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF380R Operating distance (S 60 mm MDS D139: Display of speed relative to data volume (read/write) Figure 4-16 MDS D139 with RF310R and RF380R SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 59: Mds D160 With Rf310r And Rf380r

    The indicated speeds are applicable for operation without presence check. RF310R RF380R Operating distance (S 20 mm 40 mm MDS D160: Display of speed relative to data volume (read/write) Figure 4-17 MDS D160 with RF310R and RF380R SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 60: Mds D324 With Rf310r And Rf380r

    1 ,6 0 1 ,4 0 1 ,2 0 1 ,0 0 0 ,8 0 0 ,6 0 0 ,4 0 0 ,2 0 0 ,0 0 Figure 4-18 MDS D324 with RF310R and RF380R SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 61: Installation Guidelines

    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, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    Increasing a, b has a greater • effect for readers or transponders with a large limit distance than for readers or transponders with a small limit distance. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 63

    Remedy Insert a non-metallic spacer of 20 to 40 millimeter thickness between the reader and the iron frame. This will significantly reduce the induction of stray fields on the rack: SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 64: Effects Of Metal On Different Transponders And Readers

    Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 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, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm MDS D160 Without metal On metal; distance 20 mm Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm MDS D324 Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 66

    20 mm RF370T 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, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    20 mm RF370T 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, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 68

    20 mm RF350T Without metal On metal combination not permitted Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm RF360T Without metal On metal; distance 20 mm combination not permitted Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 69

    20 mm RF350T Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm RF360T Without metal On metal; distance 20 mm combination not permitted Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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    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 RF380T Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 40 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 71

    On metal, distance 30 mm MDS D160 Without metal On metal; distance 20 mm Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm MDS D324 Without metal On metal Flush-mounted in metal; distance all-round 20 mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 72: Chemical Resistance Of The Transponders

    ○○○○ Chlorine water (saturated ○○ solution) Chlorine, gas, dry 100 % ᅳ Chlorine, liquid ᅳ Chlorobenzene ○○○○ Chloroform ᅳ Chlorophyl ○○○○ Chlorosulphonic acid 100 % ᅳ Chromate (K–, Na.a.) Up to 50 % ○○○○ SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 73

    ○○○○ Iodide (K–, Na.a.) ○○○○ Lactic acid 100 % ○○ Methanol 100 % ○○○○ Methylene chloride ᅳ Mineral oils ○○○○ Nitrate (ammonium, K.a.) ○○○○ Nitric acid 25 % ᅳ Nitroglycerine ᅳ Oxalic acid ○○○○ SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 74

    ○○○○ Tartaric acid ○○○○ Trichloroethylene ᅳ Turpentine ○○○○ Uric acid ○○○○ Urine ○○○○ Abbreviations ○○○○ Resistant ○○○ Virtually resistant ○○ Partially resistant ○ Less resistant ᅳ Not resistant Aqueous solution k. g. Cold saturated SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 75

    ○○○○ Methyl alcohol, w. ○○○○ ○○○○ Nickel salts, w. k. g. ○○○○ ○○○○ Nitric acid ○ ᅳ Nitrobenzol ○○○ ○○ Phosphoric acid ○ Plasticizer ○○○○ ○○○○ Potassium hydroxide, w. ○○○○ ○○○○ Propane ○○○○ ○○○○ SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 76

    ○○○○ ○○○○ Sulphur dioxide ○○○○ ○○○○ Sulphuric acid ○○ ᅳ Toluene ○○○○ ○○○ Abbreviations ○○○○ Resistant ○○○ Virtually resistant ○○ Partially resistant ○ Less resistant ᅳ Not resistant Aqueous solution k. g. Cold saturated SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 77

    (butyl alcohol) n-butyl acetate Nitric acid (10%) Sodium chloride (saturated) Sodium hydroxide (30%) Sodium hypochlorite (5%) – Sulphuric acid (10%) (10%) (30%) Tested fuels: (FAM-DIN 51 604-A) Toluene 1, 1, 1-trichloroethane Xylene Zinc chloride (saturated) SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 78

    Partially resistant, weight gain 3 to 8 % or weight loss 0.5 to 3 % and/or reduction in fracture resistance 15 to 30 % – Not resistant, weight gain > 8 % or weight loss > 3 % and/or reduction in fracture resistance > 30 % SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 79: Emc Directives

    NOTICE Failure to observe notices drawn to the reader's attention can result in dangerous conditions in the plant or the destruction of individual components or the entire plant. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 80: What Does Emc Mean

    All measures taken when setting up the plant prevent expensive retrospective modifications and interference suppression measures. The plant operator must comply with the locally applicable laws and regulations. They are not covered in this document. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 81: Basic Rules

    ● Always apply large-area connections between the cable shields and the shielding bus at the cabinet inlet and make the contact with clamps. ● Feed the connected shield through to the module without interruption. ● Use braided shields, not foil shields. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 82: Propagation Of Electromagnetic Interference

    ● The design of the system must be such that mutual interference between individual components is precluded or kept as small as possible. Information and tips for plant design are given in the following sections. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 83

    • apart. antennas Erect suitable damping materials • between the antennas. Reduce the power of the readers. • Please follow the instructions in the Installation guidelines/reducing section the effects of metal SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 84

    Inappropriate physical arrangement of cables • Missing or incorrectly wired equalizing conductor Control cabinet or housing • Missing or incorrect earthing • Inappropriate physical arrangement • Components not mounted securely • Unfavorable cabinet configuration • SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 85: Cabinet Configuration

    If the control cabinet panels are insulated from each other, a high-frequency-conducting connection can be established using ribbon cables and high-frequency terminals or HF conducting paste. The larger the area of the connection, the greater the high-frequency conductivity. This is not possible using single-wire connections. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 86

    ● 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 4-22 Prevention of interference by optimum configuration SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 87

    As a result, interference is filtered promptly at the inlet, and is not conducted through the cabinet. Figure 4-23 Filtering of the supply voltage SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 88: Prevention Of Interference Sources

    Figure 4-24 Suppression of inductance Note All coils in the cabinet should be suppressed. The valves and motor brakes are frequently forgotten. Fluorescent lamps in the control cabinet should be tested in particular. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 89: Equipotential Bonding

    Equipotential bonding should not be confused with protective earthing of a plant. Protective earthing prevents the occurrence of excessive shock voltages in the event of equipment faults whereas equipotential bonding prevents the occurrence of differences in potential. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 90: Cable Shielding

    The cable insulation must be removed and the cable clamped to the shielding bus (high-frequency clamp) or secured using cable ties. Care should be taken to ensure that the connection allows good conductance. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 91

    Interruption of shielded cables 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, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 92

    RF300 system planning 4.7 EMC Directives SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 93: Readers

    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 Manuals FB 45 (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/21738808) and FC 45 (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/21737722) as of the A3 edition. Note ISO functionality is only possible with certain reader MLFBs.

  • Page 94: Simatic Rf310r With Iq-sense Interface

    Operating temperature: -25 °C to +70 °C • Dimensions: 55 x 75 x 30 (L x W x H, in mm) • with integrated antenna • Max. limit distance: 35 mm (depending on transponder) • SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 95: Pin Assignment Of Rf310r Iq-sense Interface

    Transponder present Error occurred (see FC35 documentation, Section "Error messages and troubleshooting", Subsection "Error messages, error_MOBY") 5.1.5 Ensuring reliable data exchange The "center point" of the transponder must be situated within the transmission window. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 96: Metal-free Area

    To avoid any impact on the field data, the distance a should be ≥ 20 mm. 5.1.7 Minimum distance between RF310R readers ≥ 100 mm ≥ 100 mm Figure 5-2 Minimum distance between RF310R readers SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 97: Technical Data For Rf310r Reader With Iq-sense Interface

    Vibration to EN 60721-3-7 Class 7 M2 20 g Weight Approx. 150 g MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) in years 153.5 Approvals Radio to R&TTE guidelines EN 300 330, EN 301 489, CE, FCC, UL/CSA Current consumption Typ. 40 mA SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 98: Fcc Information

    Readers 5.1 SIMATIC RF310R with IQ-Sense interface 5.1.9 FCC information Siemens SIMATIC RF300 with IQ-Sense interface FCC ID: NXW-RF310R-IQ This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference.

  • Page 99: Simatic Rf310r With Rs422 Interface

    Max. limit distance: 35 mm (depending on transponder) • 5.2.3 Pin assignment of RF310R RS422 interface Assignment Device end 8-pin M12 + 24 V - Transmit + Transmit + Receive - Receive Free Earth (shield) SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 100: Display Elements Of The Rf310r Reader With Rs422 Interface

    The RF310R can be flush-mounted in metal. Please allow for a possible reduction in the field data values. Figure 5-4 Metal-free area for RF310R To avoid any impact on the field data, the distance a should be ≥ 20 mm. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 101: Minimum Distance Between Rf310r Readers

    Readers 5.2 SIMATIC RF310R with RS422 interface 5.2.7 Minimum distance between RF310R readers ≥ 100 mm ≥ 200 mm Figure 5-5 Minimum distance between RF310R readers SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 102: Technical Specifications Of The Rf310r Reader With Rs422 Interface

    Vibration to EN 60721-3-7 Class 7 Weight Approx. 170 g MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) in years 169.9 Approvals Radio to R&TTE guidelines EN 300 330, EN 301 489, CE, FCC, UL/CSA Current consumption Typ. 50 mA SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 103: Fcc Information

    Readers 5.2 SIMATIC RF310R with RS422 interface 5.2.9 FCC information Siemens SIMATIC RF310R with RS422 interface FCC ID: NXW-RF310R This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference.

  • Page 104: Simatic Rf340r

    Operating temperature -25 °C … +70 °C • Dimensions 75 x 91 x 41 (L x W x H in mm) • with integrated antenna • Max. limit distance: 65 mm (depending on transponder) • SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 105: Pin Assignment Of Rf340r Rs422 Interface

    ("option_1", see FC45 / FB45 documentation, Section "Input parameters") is set. Only in the "with presence" mode. 5.3.5 Ensuring reliable data exchange The "center point" of the transponder must be situated within the transmission window. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 106: Metal-free Area

    To avoid any impact on the field data, the distance a should be ≥ 20 mm. 5.3.7 Minimum distance between RF340R readers ≥ 100 mm ≥ 250 mm Figure 5-8 Minimum distance between RF340R readers SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 107: Technical Data Of The Rf340r Reader

    Vibration to EN 60721-3-7 Class 7 M2 20 g Weight Approx. 250 g MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) in years Approvals Radio to R&TTE guidelines EN 300 330, EN 301 489, CE, FCC, UL/CSA Current consumption Typ. 100 mA SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 108: Fcc Information

    Readers 5.3 SIMATIC RF340R 5.3.9 FCC information Siemens SIMATIC RF340R FCC ID: NXW-RF340R This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference. (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

  • Page 109: Simatic Rf350r

    IP65 • Operating temperature: -25 °C … +70 °C • Dimensions: 75 x 96 x 41 (L x W x H, in mm) • For pluggable antennas ANT 1, ANT 18, ANT 30 • SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 110: Pin Assignment Of Rf350r Rs422 Interface

    The RF350R reader does not have an internal antenna. Operation is not affected by mounting on metal or flush-mounting in metal. For information about the metal-free area required by the external antennas, refer to the corresponding section of the chapter Antennas (Page 113). SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 111: Technical Data Of The Rf350r Reader

    Vibration to EN 60721-3-7 Class 7 M2 20 g Weight 250 g MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) in years Approvals Radio to R&TTE guidelines EN 300 330, EN 301 489, CE, FCC, UL/CSA Current consumption Typ. 100 mA SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 112: Fcc Information

    Readers 5.4 SIMATIC RF350R 5.4.8 FCC information Siemens SIMATIC RF350R FCC ID: NXW-RF350R This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference. (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

  • Page 113: Antennas

    (included in the package). The antenna cable can be connected at the reader end. Data communication is only possible with the RF320T and RF340T tags in static mode. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 114: Ordering Data For Antennas

    Ordering data for antennas Antenna Order number ANT 1 6GT2398-1CB00 ANT 18 6GT2398-1CA00 ANT 30 6GT2398-1CD00 5.4.10.3 Ensuring reliable data exchange The "center point" of the transponder must be situated within the transmission window. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 115: Metal-free Area

    Therefore, during installation, maintain the minimum distances (a and b) on/flush with the metal. Metal-free space for flush-mounted installation of ANT 1 40 mm Figure 5-11 Metal-free area for ANT 1 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 116

    5.4 SIMATIC RF350R Metal-free space for flush-mounted installation of ANT 18 10 mm 10 mm Metal-free space for flush-mounted installation of ANT 30 20 mm 20 mm Figure 5-12 Metal-free area for ANT 30 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 117: Minimum Distance Between Antennas

    Figure 5-13 Minimum distance for ANT 1 The reader electronics can be mounted directly alongside each other. Minimum distance for ANT 18 ≥ 100 mm ≥ 200 mm Figure 5-14 Minimum distance for ANT 18 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 118

    Readers 5.4 SIMATIC RF350R Minimum distance for ANT 30 ≥ 100 mm ≥ 250 mm Figure 5-15 Minimum distance for ANT 30 SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 119: Technical Data For Antennas

    • • MTBF (at +40 °C) 2.5 x 10 hours Approx. weight 80 g 120 g 150 g Warning: The values for shock and vibration are maximum values and must not be applied continuously. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 120: Dimension Drawings For Antennas

    Dimension drawings for antennas 20 mm Figure 5-16 Dimension drawing for ANT 1 Dimensions in mm Figure 5-17 Dimension drawing for ANT 18 Dimensions in mm Figure 5-18 Dimension drawing for ANT 30 Dimensions in mm SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 121: Simatic Rf380r

    Operating temperature: -25 °C … +70 °C • Dimensions: 160 x 96 x 40 (L x W x H, in mm) • with integrated antenna • max. limit distance 150 mm (dependent on transponder) • SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 122: Pin Assignment Of Rf380r Rs232/rs422 Interface

    ("option_1", see FC45 / FB45 documentation, Section "Input parameters") is set. Only in the "with presence" mode. 5.5.5 Ensuring reliable data exchange The "center point" of the transponder must be situated within the transmission window. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 123: Metal-free Area

    To avoid any impact on the field data, the distance a should be ≥ 20 mm. 5.5.7 Minimum distance between RF380R readers ≥ 400 mm ≥ 400 mm Figure 5-20 Minimum distance between RF380R readers SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 124: Technical Specifications Of The Rf380r Reader

    20 g Weight Approx. 600 g MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) in years 109 years Approvals Radio to R&TTE guidelines EN 300 330, EN 301 489, CE, FCC, UL/CSA Current consumption Typ. 160 mA SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 125: Fcc Information

    5.5.9 FCC information Siemens SIMATIC RF380RFCC ID: NXW-RF380R Siemens SIMATIC RF380R FCC ID NXW-RF380R01 This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference.

  • Page 126

    Readers 5.5 SIMATIC RF380R SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 127: Rf300 Transponder

    RF300 tags have 8 to 64 KB of FRAM memory, which has an almost unlimited capacity for read/write actions. RF300 tags The following RF300 tags can be used at any time with RF300: ● RF320T ● RF340T ● RF350T ● RF360T ● RF370T ● RF380T SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 128: Memory Configuration Of The Rf300 Tags

    Memory configuration of the RF300 tags Physically identical memory When the OTP area is used, the corresponding user area (FF00-FF13) can no longer be modified (read only). Figure 6-1 Memory configuration of the RF300 tags SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 129

    2 blocks (consecutive), Block 0 (FF80, length =4), Block 1 (FF84, length = 4): valid 2 blocks (consecutive), Block 0 (FF80, length =4), Block 2 (FF88, length = 4): Invalid 1 Block, Block 4 (FF90, length = 4): Invalid SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

  • Page 130

    6.2 Memory configuration of the RF300 tags NOTICE Use of the OTP area is not reversible. If you use the OPT area, you cannot undo it, because the OPT area can only be written to once. SIMATIC RF300 System Manual, 01/2009, A5E01642529-03...

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