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MOBY D
System Manual · 01/2010
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  • Page 1 RFID SYSTEMS SIMATIC Sensors RFID systems MOBY D MOBY D System Manual · 01/2010 SIMATIC Sensors Answers for industry.
  • Page 3 Introduction Safety information/instructions System overview SIMATIC Sensors Planning the MOBY D system RFID systems MOBY D Mobile data storage units Write/read devices with RS232 interface System Manual Write/read devices with RS422 interface Antennas System integration Accessories Alarm, error and system messages Troubleshooting/FAQ Certificates and approvals...
  • Page 4: J31069-D0147-A6

    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

    Table of contents Introduction.............................. 13 Preface............................13 Navigating in the system manual ....................15 Overview ............................16 Main applications .........................17 Safety information/instructions......................... 19 General safety instructions ......................19 System overview............................21 System overview for MOBY D .....................21 Planning the MOBY D system ......................... 25 Fundamentals of application planning ..................25 4.1.1 Transmission window and read/write distance ................25...
  • Page 6 Table of contents 4.5.9 Cable shielding..........................81 MOBY shield concept........................83 Cable and connector assignment ....................85 4.7.1 Cable configuration ........................85 4.7.2 Connector pin assignment for SLG D1x (RS232)............... 86 4.7.3 Connector pin assignment for D1xS (RS422)................88 4.7.4 Connecting cable ........................
  • Page 7 Table of contents 5.9.1 Features .............................129 5.9.2 Ordering data ..........................129 5.9.3 Technical data..........................130 5.9.4 Dimension drawing ........................131 5.10 MDS D324..........................132 5.10.1 Characteristics ...........................132 5.10.2 Ordering data ..........................132 5.10.3 Metal-free area...........................133 5.10.4 Technical specifications ......................134 5.10.5 Dimension drawing ........................135 5.11 MDS D424..........................136 5.11.1 Characteristics ...........................136 5.11.2...
  • Page 8 Table of contents 6.4.9 Minimum distances between several SLGs ................168 6.4.10 Dimension drawing........................169 Write/read devices with RS422 interface ....................171 Overview SLG with RS 422 for SIMATIC S7 and PROFIBUS DP-V1 ........171 SLG D10S basic unit......................... 174 7.2.1 Features ............................
  • Page 9 Table of contents 8.2.4 Transmission window.........................212 8.2.5 Metal-free area...........................213 8.2.6 Minimum distance between antennas ..................214 8.2.7 Dimension drawings........................215 ANT D6 ............................218 8.3.1 Features .............................218 8.3.2 Ordering data ..........................218 8.3.3 Technical data..........................219 8.3.4 Transmission window.........................220 8.3.5 Metal-free area...........................221 8.3.6 Minimum distance between antennas ..................221 8.3.7 Dimension drawing ........................222 ANT D10 ............................223...
  • Page 10 Table of contents 9.4.1 Application area ........................253 9.4.2 Features ............................ 254 9.4.3 Configuration..........................254 9.4.4 Configuration..........................256 9.4.5 PROFIBUS DP communication ....................257 9.4.5.1 Diagnosis using LEDs ....................... 257 9.4.6 Device connections ........................258 9.4.6.1 Wiring to the SLG........................258 9.4.6.2 Shield connection........................
  • Page 11 Table of contents C.2.3 SLG D11 ANT D5 (MLFB 6GT2601-0AC00) ................319 C.2.4 SLG D10S ANT D5 (6GT2602-0AA00) ..................326 C.2.5 SLG D11S ANT D5 (6GT2602-0AC00) ..................333 List of abbreviations..........................341 Glossary ..............................343 Index..............................347 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 12 Table of contents MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 13: Introduction

    Introduction Preface Objective of this documentation This system manual contains all the information needed to plan and configure the system. It is intended both for programming and testing/debugging personnel who commission the system themselves and connect it with other units (automation systems, further programming devices), as well as for service and maintenance personnel who install expansions or carry out fault/error analyses.
  • Page 14: Mobile Data Storage Units

    Introduction 1.1 Preface History Previous editions of these operating instructions: Output MDS D165, MDS D200, MDS D261, MDS D324, MDS D424, MDS D428, 01/2010  MDS D460 SIMATIC RF180C, RF182C interface modules  SLG D12S (plug-in version)  ANT D2 ...
  • Page 15: Navigating In The System Manual

    Introduction 1.2 Navigating in the system manual Navigating in the system manual Structure of contents Contents Table of contents Organization of the documentation, including the index of pages and chapters Introduction Purpose, layout and description of the important topics. Safety instructions All generally valid safety-related aspects that according to legal regulations ...
  • Page 16: Overview

    Introduction 1.3 Overview Overview MOBY D is an RF identification system based on the ISO/IEC 15693 standard in the 13.56 MHz range. ISO/IEC 15693 creates a common basis for tags and Smartlabels from different manufacturers for the first time. Application areas typically encompass the following: ●...
  • Page 17: Main Applications

    Introduction 1.4 Main applications Main applications The design of the transponder permits a variety of flexible designs, ensuring optimum dimensioning for the widest variety of applications. Low-cost Smartlabels for large volume applications: ● Container and box identification in open systems ●...
  • Page 18 Introduction 1.4 Main applications MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 19: Safety Information/Instructions

    Safety information/instructions General safety instructions SIMATIC RFID products comply with the salient safety specifications to IEC, VDE, EN, UL and CSA. If you have questions about the validity of the installation in the planned environment, please contact your service representative. CAUTION Alterations to the devices are not permitted.
  • Page 20 Safety information/instructions 2.1 General safety instructions MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 21: System Overview

    System overview System overview for MOBY D MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 22 System overview 3.1 System overview for MOBY D Figure 3-1 Overview of MOBY D components MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 23 System overview 3.1 System overview for MOBY D Tags SLG D10/D10S SLG D11/D11S with SLG D12/D12S with ANT D5 ANT D6 ANT D10 ANT D2 ANT D5 MDS D100 ✓ ✓ ✓ ○ ✓ ✓ MDS D124 ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓...
  • Page 24 System overview 3.1 System overview for MOBY D MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 25: Planning The Moby D System

    Planning the MOBY D system Fundamentals of application planning Assess your application according to the following criteria, in order to choose the right MOBY D components: ● Transmission distance (read/write distance) ● Data volume to be transferred ● Metal-free areas for MDS and SLG (antenna) ●...
  • Page 26 Planning the MOBY D system 4.1 Fundamentals of application planning Operating distance between MDS and SLG Limit distance (maximum clear distance between upper surface of antenna and MDS, at which the transmission can still function under normal conditions) Length of the transmission window (300 mm) Crossover point of the axes of symmetry of the MDS Figure 4-1 Transmission window based on the example of ANT D5...
  • Page 27: Width Of The Transmission Window

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.1 Fundamentals of application planning 4.1.2 Width of the transmission window Determining the width of the transmission window The following approximation formula can be used for practical applications: Width of transmission window (median deviation) Length of the transmission window Tracking tolerance The width of the transmission window (W) is particularly important for the mechanical tracking tolerance.
  • Page 28 Planning the MOBY D system 4.1 Fundamentals of application planning ① Antenna ② Main field ③ Secondary fields Figure 4-3 Transmission window with auxiliary fields for antennas MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 29: Permissible Directions Of Motion Of The Mds

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.1 Fundamentals of application planning 4.1.4 Permissible directions of motion of the MDS Coverage area of antenna and direction of motion of MDS The MDS and antenna have no polarization axis, i.e. the MDS can come in from any direction, be placed at any position, and cross the transmission window.
  • Page 30: Operation In Static And Dynamic Mode

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.1 Fundamentals of application planning 4.1.5 Operation in static and dynamic mode Operation in static mode If working in static mode, the MDS can be operated up to the limit distance (S ). The MDS must then be positioned exactly over the SLG or the antenna: Figure 4-5 ANT D5: Operation in static mode...
  • Page 31: Communication Between Asm, Write/Read Device And Mds

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.1 Fundamentals of application planning 4.1.6 Communication between ASM, write/read device and MDS Communication with the SLG is asynchronous with a transmission rate of ● 19.2 Kbaud with SLG D11S/SLG D12S ● 38.4 Kbaud with SLG D11/SLG D12 ●...
  • Page 32: Tolerance Of Tracking Of Pallet

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.1 Fundamentals of application planning 4.1.7 Tolerance of tracking of pallet Figure 4-7 Example ANT D5: Tolerance of tracking of pallet Determining the width of the transmission window The following approximation formula can be used for practical applications: Width of the transmission window in dynamic mode Length of the transmission window Figure 4-8...
  • Page 33: 4.2 Field Data

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.2 Field data 4.2 Field data 4.2.1 Field data for MDS and SLG The field data of the MDS and SLG are shown in the table below. Thus it becomes particularly easy to select the right MDS and SLG. All the technical specifications listed are typical data and are applicable for the respective operating temperature of the MDS and SLG used (see Technical data of the MDS and SLG used).
  • Page 34 Planning the MOBY D system 4.2 Field data SLG D10/D10S with ANT D6 Table 4- 5 SLG D10/D10S with ANT D6 Length of the transmission window Operating distance Limit distance (S in the X direction in the Y direction MDS D100 0...550 MDS D124 0...220...
  • Page 35 Planning the MOBY D system 4.2 Field data SLG D11/D11S with ANT D2 Table 4- 7 SLG D11/D11S with ANT D2 Length of the transmission Operating distance (S Limit distance (S window (L) MDS D124 45...70 MDS D160 35...55 MDS D324 35...60 MDS D424 45...70...
  • Page 36 Planning the MOBY D system 4.2 Field data SLG D12/D12S/D12S plug-in version Table 4- 9 SLG D12/D12S Length of the transmission window Operating distance Limit distance (S in the X direction in the Y direction MDS D100 0...160 MDS D124 0...70 MDS D139 0...120...
  • Page 37: Minimum Spacing

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.2 Field data 4.2.2 Minimum spacing Table 4- 10 Minimum distance from MDS to MDS (without multitag mode) MDS D100 / MDS D139 / MDS D124 / MDS D160 / MDS D165 / MDS D200 / MDS D324 / MDS D424 / MDS D261 MDS D428 / MDS D460...
  • Page 38: Installation Guidelines

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines Installation guidelines 4.3.1 Overview The MDS and SLG are inductive devices. Any type of metal, in particular iron and ferromagnetic materials, in the vicinity of these devices will affect their operation. Some points need to be considered during planning and installation if the field data described in the preceding chapter are to retain their validity: ●...
  • Page 39 Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines Fixing to reinforced concrete Table 4- 14 Fixing the SLG and antennas to reinforced concrete SLG/antenna Screw type Plug type (nylon) SLG D11, SLG D11S; 5 x 40 mm 6 mm, e.g. fischer S6, Type No.: 50106 SLG D12, SLG D12S;...
  • Page 40: Metal-Free Area

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines 4.3.3 Metal-free area The metal-free area for the MDS Direct mounting of the MDS on metal or flush-mounting in metal is not permitted. If the MDS is directly mounted onto metal, all functions of the MDS will be disabled. The minimum distance between the MDS and metal is shown in the appropriate sections "Metal-free area"...
  • Page 41 Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines ANT D5 ANT D5 must be mounted electrically isolated, direct mounting on metal is not permitted. The maximum field data (no interference = 100 %) are achieved when the antenna ANT D5 is mounted at a distance of 100 mm from metal (spacer kit 6GT2690-0AB00).
  • Page 42 Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines SLG D12/SLG D12S With SLG D12/SLG D12S with integral antenna, the height of the housing provides sufficient distance from the metal base; the device can be mounted directly onto metal. In the case of flush-mounting, you must however comply with the specified lateral distance to metal.
  • Page 43: Influences Affecting The Transmission Window

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines 4.3.4 Influences affecting the transmission window In general, the following points should be considered when mounting MOBY D components: ● Flush-mounting of components in metal reduces the field data. ● When working inside the transmission window, it should be ensured that no metal rails or closed conductor loops protrude into the transmission field.
  • Page 44 Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines SLG D12/D12S Table 4- 15 Reduction of field data by metal (in %): MDS and SLG D12/D12S Transponder SLG D12/D12S Without metal On metal Flush-mounted In metal (50 mm all- round) MDS D100 Without metal On metal;...
  • Page 45 Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines SLG D11/D11S with ANT D5 Table 4- 16 Reduction of field data by metal (in %): MDS and SLG D11/D11S with ANT D5 Transponder SLG D11/D11S with ANT D5 On metal Flush-mounted 100 mm distance in metal 100 mm distance...
  • Page 46 Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines SLG D10/D10S with ANT D5 Table 4- 17 Reduction of field data by metal (in %): MDS and SLG D10/D10S with ANT D5 Transponder SLG D10/D10S with ANT D5 On metal Flush-mounted in metal (150 mm all-round) MDS D100 Without metal...
  • Page 47 Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines SLG D10/D10S with ANT D6 Table 4- 18 Reduction of field data by metal (in %): MDS and SLG D10/D10S with ANT D6 Transponder SLG D10/D10S with ANT D6 On metal Flush-mounted in metal (200 mm all-round) MDS D100 Without metal...
  • Page 48 Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines SLG D10/D10S with ANT D10 Table 4- 19 Reduction of field data by metal (in %): MDS and SLG D10/D10S with ANT D10 Transponder SLG D10/D10S with ANT D10 On metal Flush-mounted in metal (200 mm all-round) MDS D100 Without metal...
  • Page 49: Mds In Metal-Free Environment

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines From the following diagrams, you can see the impact on the transmission window based on the example of SLG D10 ANT D5 with MDS D139. The percentages describe the reduction in field data for ANT D5 and MDS in a metal environment (100% corresponds to no impact).
  • Page 50: Mds In The Vicinity Of Metal

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines 4.3.4.2 MDS in the vicinity of metal Figure 4-14 MDS in the vicinity of metal MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 51: Reduction Of Interference Due To Metal

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines 4.3.5 Reduction of interference due to metal Interference due to metal rack Interference due to metal rack Problem A metal rack is located above the transmission window of ANT D5. This affects the entire field. In particular, the transmission window between ANT Dx and the MDS is reduced.
  • Page 52 Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines Flush-mounting Flush-mounting Problem Flush-mounting of MDS and SLG / ANT Dx is possible in principle. However, the size of the transmission window is significantly reduced. The following measures can be used to counteract the reduction of the window: Remedy: Replace the non-metal spacer below the...
  • Page 53: Mounting Of Multiple Antennas On Or Between Metal Frames

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines 4.3.6 Mounting of multiple antennas on or between metal frames Mounting of multiple antennas on or between metal frames If closed conductor loops (metal frames, guides with cross struts) are located within the area of the antenna's magnetic field, some of the energy will be coupled into these.
  • Page 54: Installation And Interconnection Of 2, 3 Or 4 Moby D Antennas To One Slg D10/D10S Write/Read Device

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines 4.3.7 Installation and interconnection of 2, 3 or 4 MOBY D antennas to one SLG D10/D10S write/read device. Possible configurations of the antennas The antenna installations described here have been designed for reading smartlabels (transponders) on goods on conveyor belts, conveyor systems or pallets.
  • Page 55 Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines Figure 4-16 Possible configuration of SLG D10/D10S with ANT D5/D6/D10 Installation examples Figure 4-17 Installation example with 2 ANT D6 (portal) Figure 4-18 Installation example with ANT D6 (C arrangement) MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 56 Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines Figure 4-19 Installation example with ANT D6 (tunnel) Note The minimum spacings between the antennas for operation with only one reader may be less than the distances described because this configuration has the same phase. Configuring instructions The antenna installation described below enables detection of transponders moving horizontally through the installation.
  • Page 57 Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines NOTICE It must be noted that the overall sensing range of the antennas is greater than the sensing range to be configured. This means there can be label alignments where even labels outside the sensing range will be detected.
  • Page 58 Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines Number for installation Component Order No. with 2 ant. 3 ant. 4 ant. Basic unit: SLG D10 (↔ PC) SLG D10S: 6GT2698-1AA00 SLG D10S ↔ ASM 4xx/RF1xx) SLG D10S: 6GT2698-2AA00 optionally: ASM 452: 6GT2002-0EB20 ASM 473: 6GT2002-0HA10 ASM 475: 6GT2002-0GA10 ASM 456: 6GT2002-0ED00...
  • Page 59 Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines Metal-free area To guarantee perfect functioning of the individual installation versions, all larger metal parts in the vicinity of the antennas must be removed. Figure 4-20 Metal-free space _side view (using the example of tunnel arrangement on a conveyor belt) Figure 4-21 Metal-free space _plan view (using the example of tunnel arrangement on a conveyor...
  • Page 60 Planning the MOBY D system 4.3 Installation guidelines ● The metal parts in the immediate vicinity of the antenna must be grounded in a mesh with a good HF connection. ● Since the write/read device is installed in a metal housing, and the antennas can couple into the cables to the write/read device, it must be installed at a distance of at least 500 mm from the antennas.
  • Page 61: Chemical Resistance Of The Mds

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.4 Chemical resistance of the MDS Chemical resistance of the MDS MDS D100 (6GT2600-0AD10) The enclosure of the MDS D100 is made of PC (polycarbonate). MDS D100 is resistant to the substances specified in the following table. Table 4- 20 Chemical resistance of MDS D100 Substance...
  • Page 62 Planning the MOBY D system 4.4 Chemical resistance of the MDS MDS D100 (6GT2600-0AD00) and MDS D200 The enclosure of the MDS is made of PVC. The MDS are resistant to the substances specified in the following table. Table 4- 21 Chemical resistance of MDS D100/D200 Substance Concentration...
  • Page 63 Planning the MOBY D system 4.4 Chemical resistance of the MDS MDS D139 (6GT2600-0AA10) MDS D124 (6GT2600-0AC10) MDS D160 (6GT2600-0AB10) The housing of the heat-resistant data storage unit MDS D139 is made of polyphenylene sulfide (PPS). The chemical resistance of the data storage unit is excellent. No solvent is known that can dissolve the plastic at temperatures below 200 °C.
  • Page 64 Planning the MOBY D system 4.4 Chemical resistance of the MDS Substance Test conditions Evaluation Time Temperature [days] [°C] Tested fuels: Zinc chloride (saturated) Assessment: Resistant, weight gain < 3 % or weight loss < 0.5 % and/or reduction in fracture resistance < 15 Limited resistance, 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 >...
  • Page 65 Planning the MOBY D system 4.4 Chemical resistance of the MDS MDS D124 (6GT2600-0AC00) MDS D324 MDS D424 MDS D460 The enclosure of the MDS is made of epoxy resin. The following table provides an overview of the chemical resistance. Table 4- 23 Chemical resistance of MDS D124, MDS D324, MDS D424, MDS D460 Chemical compound...
  • Page 66 Planning the MOBY D system 4.4 Chemical resistance of the MDS Chemical compound Concentration 20 °C 40 °C 60 °C Nitrate (ammonium, potassium, etc.) ■ Nitroglycerine □ Phosphate (ammonium, sodium, etc.) ■ Phosphoric acid 50 % ■ Propanol ■ Silicic acid ■...
  • Page 67 Planning the MOBY D system 4.4 Chemical resistance of the MDS MDS D428 The enclosure of the MDS D428 comprises: the hood: PA6.6 GF30 the screw: Stainless steel The MDS D428 is resistant to the substances specified in the following table. Table 4- 24 Chemical resistance of MDS D428 Substance...
  • Page 68: Emc Guidelines

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.5 EMC Guidelines EMC Guidelines 4.5.1 Overview These EMC Guidelines answer the following questions: ● Why are EMC guidelines necessary? ● What types of external interference have an impact on the system? ● How can interference be prevented? ●...
  • Page 69: What Does Emc Mean

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.5 EMC Guidelines 4.5.2 What does EMC mean? The increasing use of electrical and electronic devices is accompanied by: ● Higher component density ● More switched power electronics ● Increasing switching rates ● Lower power consumption of components due to steeper switching edges The higher the degree of automation, the greater the risk of interaction between devices.
  • Page 70: Basic Rules

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.5 EMC Guidelines 4.5.3 Basic rules It is often sufficient to follow a few elementary rules in order to ensure electromagnetic compatiblity (EMC). The following rules must be observed: Shielding by enclosure ● Protect the device against external interference by installing it in a cabinet or housing. The housing or enclosure must be connected to the chassis ground.
  • Page 71: Propagation Of Electromagnetic Interference

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.5 EMC Guidelines Line and signal filter ● Use only line filters with metal housings ● Connect the filter housing to the cabinet chassis using a large-area low-HF-impedance connection. ● Never fix the filter housing to a painted surface. ●...
  • Page 72 Planning the MOBY D system 4.5 EMC Guidelines Interference sources In order to achieve a high level of electromagnetic compatibility and thus a very low level of disturbance in a plant, it is necessary to recognize the most frequent interference sources. These must then be eliminated by appropriate measures.
  • Page 73 Planning the MOBY D system 4.5 EMC Guidelines What interference can affect RFID? Interference source Cause Remedy Replace the power supply Switched-mode power supply Interference emitted from the  current infeed Ferrite in the supply line  Interference injected through Cable is inadequately Better cable shielding the cables connected in...
  • Page 74 Planning the MOBY D system 4.5 EMC Guidelines Coupling paths A coupling path has to be present before the disturbance emitted by the interference source can affect the system. 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...
  • Page 75: Cabinet Configuration

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.5 EMC Guidelines 4.5.5 Cabinet configuration The influence of the user in the configuration of an electromagnetically compatible plant encompasses cabinet configuration, cable installation, ground connections and correct shielding of cables. Note For information about electromagnetically compatible cabinet configuration, please consult the installation guidelines for SIMATIC PLCs.
  • Page 76 Planning the MOBY D system 4.5 EMC Guidelines Prevention of interference by optimum configuration Good interference suppression can be achieved by installing SIMATIC PLCs on conducting mounting plates (unpainted). When setting up the control cabinet, interference can be prevented easily by observing certain guidelines. Power components (transformers, drive units, load power supply units) should be arranged separately from the control components (relay control unit, SIMATIC S7).
  • Page 77 Planning the MOBY D system 4.5 EMC Guidelines Filtering of the supply voltage External interference from the mains can be prevented by installing line filters. Correct installation is extremely important, in addition to appropriate dimensioning. It is essential that the line filter is mounted directly at the cabinet inlet. As a result, interference is filtered promptly at the inlet, and is not conducted through the cabinet.
  • Page 78: Prevention Of Interference Sources

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.5 EMC Guidelines 4.5.6 Prevention of interference sources A high level of immunity to interference can be achieved by avoiding interference sources. All switched inductances are frequent sources of interference in plants. Suppression of inductance Relays, contactors, etc.
  • Page 79: Equipotential Bonding

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.5 EMC Guidelines 4.5.7 Equipotential bonding Potential differences between different parts of a plant can arise due to the different design of the plant components and different voltage levels. If the plant components are connected across signal cables, transient currents flow across the signal cables.
  • Page 80: Ground-Fault Monitoring With Moby

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.5 EMC Guidelines 4.5.8 Ground-fault monitoring with MOBY Figure 4-29 Schematic diagram of ground-fault monitoring MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 81: Cable Shielding

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.5 EMC Guidelines 4.5.9 Cable shielding Signal cables must be shielded in order to prevent coupling of interference. The best shielding is achieved by installing the cables in steel tubes. However, this is only necessary if the signal cable is routed through an environment prone to particular interference.
  • Page 82 Planning the MOBY D system 4.5 EMC Guidelines Figure 4-31 Connection of shielding bus 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. Figure 4-32 Interruption of shielded cables If intermediate connectors, which do not have a suitable shield connection, are used, the...
  • Page 83: Moby Shield Concept

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.6 MOBY shield concept MOBY shield concept In MOBY, the data are transferred between the ASM and SLG at different baudrates over an RS 422 interface. The distance between the ASM and SLG can be up to 1000 m. In terms of cabling, MOBY must be handled in the same manner as a data processing system.
  • Page 84 Planning the MOBY D system 4.6 MOBY shield concept Configuration of an S7-300 with MOBY When the SLG is connected to ASM 475, the cable shield must be connected to a shield terminal. Shield terminals and holding clips are standard components of the product spectrum of S7-300.
  • Page 85: Cable And Connector Assignment

    The data can be transferred largely independently of the wire diameter over distances of up to 30 m (depending on the baudrate). Standard cable recommended by Siemens: LiYC11Y Grounding of the SLG cable It is generally recommended that the shield is connected to a ground rail over a large surface area.
  • Page 86: Connector Pin Assignment For Slg D1X (Rs232)

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.7 Cable and connector assignment 4.7.2 Connector pin assignment for SLG D1x (RS232) Serial port Pin, casing side Name (9-pin Sub-D connector with screw SLG D10/D11/D12 (RS 232) locking) Cable shield TxD Transmit RxD Receive Not assigned Ground (0 V) Not assigned...
  • Page 87 Planning the MOBY D system 4.7 Cable and connector assignment Power supply Pin, casing side Name 4-pin M12 SLG D1x Ground (0 V) + 24 V + 24 V Ground (0 V) Table 4- 29 Ordering data for mating connector for power supply ‎Order No.
  • Page 88: Connector Pin Assignment For D1Xs (Rs422)

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.7 Cable and connector assignment 4.7.3 Connector pin assignment for D1xS (RS422) Serial port Pin, casing side Name (9-pin Sub-D connector with screw SLG D1xS (RS 422) locking) Cable shield + Receive + Transmit Not assigned - Transmit - Receive Ground (0 V)
  • Page 89 Planning the MOBY D system 4.7 Cable and connector assignment Power supply Pin, casing side Name 4-pin M12 SLG D1xS Ground (0 V) + 24 V + 24 V Ground (0 V) Table 4- 31 Ordering data for mating connector for power supply Order No.
  • Page 90: Connecting Cable

    Planning the MOBY D system 4.7 Cable and connector assignment 4.7.4 Connecting cable 24 V plug-in cable for SLG D1x/D1xS ↔ wide-range power supply unit 6GT2491-1HH50 Figure 4-36 24 V DC plug-in cable for SLG D1x/D1xS and wide-range power supply unit (6GT2 494- 0AA00) Cable for SLG D1x ↔...
  • Page 91 Planning the MOBY D system 4.7 Cable and connector assignment Connecting cable SLG D1xS ↔ ASM 452/473 6GT2491-1CH20 6GT2491-1CH50 6GT2491-1CN20 Figure 4-38 Connecting cable SLG D1xS ↔ ASM 452/473 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 92 Planning the MOBY D system 4.7 Cable and connector assignment Connecting cable SLG D1xS ↔ ASM 475 6GT2491-0EH50 6GT2491-0EN20 6GT2491-0EN50 Figure 4-39 Connecting cable SLG D1xS ↔ ASM 475 Connecting cable SLG D1xS ↔ ASM 456 / RF170C / RF180C 6GT2691-0FH20 Figure 4-40 Connecting cable SLG D1xS ↔...
  • Page 93 Planning the MOBY D system 4.7 Cable and connector assignment Extension cable SLG D1xS ↔ ASM 456 /RF170C / RF180C 6GT2891-0F... Figure 4-41 Extension cable SLG D1xS ↔ ASM 456 Antenna connecting cable SLG D10 / SLG D11 / SLG D10S / SLG D11S ↔ ANT Dx 6GT2691-0CH33 6GT2691-0CN10 Figure 4-42...
  • Page 94 Planning the MOBY D system 4.7 Cable and connector assignment MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 95: Mobile Data Storage Units

    Mobile data storage units Introduction Application area MOBY identification systems support automatic, fast and reliable identification. The important data accompany the product throughout the complete logistics and transport process. When fitted to the item to be identified, data can be stored on the MDS contact-free and either updated or read out contact-free at any point in the material flow process.
  • Page 96 Mobile data storage units 5.1 Introduction Overview Table 5- 1 MDS overview table Memory size Temperature range Dimensions Degree (in operation) (L x W x H in mm) protecti MDS D100 EEPROM 128 bytes gross -25 to +80 °C 85 x 54 x 0.8 IP68 112 bytes net MDS D124...
  • Page 97 Mobile data storage units 5.1 Introduction Memory allocation of the MDS Memory division for PC applications of ISO 15693 transponders The MDS D1xx are based on the NXP I-Code SL2 and have a 128-byte EEPROM memory that is subdivided into 32 blocks. A block on the transponder is the smallest addressable memory area and is subdivided into areas of 4 bytes in length for access.
  • Page 98: Memory Configuration Of The Iso Tags

    Mobile data storage units 5.2 Memory configuration of the ISO tags Memory configuration of the ISO tags Figure 5-1 Memory configuration Memory areas Depending on the manufacturer of the transponder chip, the memory configuration of an ISO tag consists of EEPROM memory of varying sizes. Except for transponders that are equipped with a Fuijtsu 2k FRAM.
  • Page 99: Mds D100

    Mobile data storage units 5.3 MDS D100 MDS D100 5.3.1 Characteristics MDS D100 Characteristics Field of application From simple identification such as electronic barcode replacement/supplementation, through warehouse and distribution logistics, right up to product identification. Memory EEPROM 128 bytes gross 112 bytes net capacity Read/write range See Chapter Field data (Page 33).
  • Page 100 Mobile data storage units 5.3 MDS D100 Mounting on metal ≥ 20 mm ① Data memory ② Metal ③ Non-metal Figure 5-2 Mounting of the MDS D100 on metal with spacer Flush-mounting ≥ 20 mm ≥ 20 mm ① Data memory ②...
  • Page 101: Mounting Options

    Mobile data storage units 5.3 MDS D100 Note If the minimum guide values (h) are not observed, a reduction of the field data results. See also Dimension drawing (Page 105) 5.3.4 Mounting options Fixing pocket for MDS D100 The fixing pocket is secured on a non-metallic surface with M4 countersunk head screws in the holes provided.
  • Page 102 Mobile data storage units 5.3 MDS D100 Fixing pocket with spacer for MDS D100 Figure 5-5 Dimensions of the spacer and fixing pocket 6GT2190-0AB00 for MDS 100 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 103 Mobile data storage units 5.3 MDS D100 Mounting option using drill holes on the MDS You can also secure the MDS D100 with screws. You must drill the marked holes for this purpose (see Dimension drawing (Page 105)). ● Drill hole/setting max. 3.5 mm, ●...
  • Page 104: Technical Data

    Mobile data storage units 5.3 MDS D100 5.3.5 Technical data Table 5- 4 Technical data for MDS D100 Memory size 128 bytes Memory configuration Serial number 8 bytes (fixed code)   Configuration memory 8 bytes   Application memory 112 bytes ...
  • Page 105: Dimension Drawing

    Mobile data storage units 5.3 MDS D100 5.3.6 Dimension drawing Dimensions in mm Dimensions for mounting holes Figure 5-6 MDS D100 dimension drawing MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 106: Mds D124

    Mobile data storage units 5.4 MDS D124 MDS D124 5.4.1 Characteristics MDS D124 Characteristics Field of application Application areas in factory automation (e.g. small paintshops to 180°C) Memory EEPROM 128 bytes gross 112 bytes net capacity Read/write range See Chapter Field data (Page 33). Mounting on metal Not possible: Recommended distance from metal ≥...
  • Page 107 Mobile data storage units 5.4 MDS D124 Flush-mounting ≥ 25 mm ≥ 25 mm Figure 5-8 Flush-mounting of MDS D124 in metal with spacer Note If the minimum guide values (h) are not observed, a reduction of the field data results. It is possible to mount the MDS with metal screws (M3 countersunk head screws).
  • Page 108: Technical Specifications

    Mobile data storage units 5.4 MDS D124 5.4.4 Technical specifications Table 5- 6 Technical data for MDS D124 Memory size 128 bytes Memory configuration Serial number 8 bytes (fixed code)   Configuration memory 8 bytes   Application memory 112 bytes ...
  • Page 109: Dimension Drawing

    Mobile data storage units 5.4 MDS D124 Ambient temperature During operation -25 °C to +125 °C Permanent +125 °C to +140 °C 20% reduction in the limit distance +180 °C Tested up to 5000 hours or 3000 cycles Transport and -40 °C to +125 °C storage Weight, approx.
  • Page 110: Mds D139

    Mobile data storage units 5.5 MDS D139 MDS D139 5.5.1 Characteristics MDS D139 Characteristics Field of application Applications in production logistics and in assembly lines subject to high temperatures (up to +220 °C) Typical application areas: Paintshops and their preparatory treatments) ...
  • Page 111: Mounting On Metal

    Mobile data storage units 5.5 MDS D139 5.5.3 Mounting on metal CAUTION Damage to the MDS due to improper mounting For mounting with the spacer (6GT2690-0AA00), use a stainless steel M5 screw to avoid damaging the MDS in high temperatures (expansion coefficients). In higher temperatures (>...
  • Page 112 Mobile data storage units 5.5 MDS D139 Note If the minimum guide values (h) are not observed, a reduction of the field data results. It is possible to mount the MDS with metal screws (M5). This has no tangible impact on the range.
  • Page 113: Technical Specifications

    Mobile data storage units 5.5 MDS D139 5.5.4 Technical specifications Table 5- 9 Technical data for MDS D139 Memory size 128 bytes Memory configuration Serial number 8 bytes (fixed code)   Configuration memory 8 bytes   Application memory 112 bytes ...
  • Page 114: Use Of The Mds D139 In Potentially Explosive Environments

    Mobile data storage units 5.5 MDS D139 Ambient temperature During  -25 °C to +100 °C Permanent operation +120 °C to +140 °C 20% reduction in the limit distance +200 °C Tested up to 5000 hours or 3000 cycles +220 °C Tested up to 2000 hours or 1500 cycles Transport...
  • Page 115 Mobile data storage units 5.5 MDS D139 NOTICE Installations- und Betriebsbedingungen für den Ex-Schutzbereich: a) Der Einsatz des Gerätes in der Nähe von stark ladungserzeugenden Prozessen ist untersagt. b) Das Gerät ist mechanisch geschützt zu montieren. c) Die Montage muss auf einem geerdeten, leitenden Untergrund erfolgen. d) Die Reinigung darf nur mit feuchtem Tuch erfolgen.
  • Page 116: Dimensional Drawing

    Mobile data storage units 5.5 MDS D139 5.5.6 Dimensional drawing Dimensions in mm Figure 5-12 Dimensional drawing MDS D139 5.5.7 Cleaning the mobile data memory NOTICE Do not clean the transponder with mechanical tools, sand-blasting or pressure hose. These cleaning methods result in damage to the transponder. Clean the transponder only with the chemical cleansing agents listed in Chapter .
  • Page 117: Mds D160

    Mobile data storage units 5.6 MDS D160 MDS D160 5.6.1 Characteristics MDS D160 Characteristics Field of application Typical applications are, for example: Rented work clothing  Hotel laundry  Surgical textiles  Hospital clothing  Dirt collection mats  Clothing for nursing homes/hostels ...
  • Page 118: Mounting On Metal

    Mobile data storage units 5.6 MDS D160 5.6.3 Mounting on metal Mounting on metal ≥ 25 mm Figure 5-13 Mounting of the MDS D160 on metal with spacer Note If the minimum guide values (h) are not observed, a reduction of the field data results. In critical applications, it is recommended that a test is performed.
  • Page 119: Technical Specifications

    Mobile data storage units 5.6 MDS D160 5.6.4 Technical specifications Memory size 128 bytes Memory configuration Serial number 8 bytes (fixed code)   Configuration memory 8 bytes   Application memory 112 bytes   Storage technology EEPROM Memory organization EEPROM 128 bytes gross 112 bytes net capacity When using the OPT area, 16 bytes of it must be...
  • Page 120: Dimension Drawing

    Mobile data storage units 5.6 MDS D160 Ambient temperature During operation -25 °C to +85 °C Permanent +125 °C for 1000 hours (20% reduction in the limit distance) +175 °C 500 x for 10 minutes +220 °C 1 x for 30 seconds Transport and -25 °C to +100 °C storage...
  • Page 121: Mds D165

    Mobile data storage units 5.7 MDS D165 MDS D165 5.7.1 Features MDS D165 (special version) Features Application area The design of the transponder (self-adhesive label) permits a variety of designs, guaranteeing optimum dimensioning for the widest variety of applications. From simple identification such as electronic barcode replacement/supplementation, through warehouse and...
  • Page 122: Technical Data

    Mobile data storage units 5.7 MDS D165 5.7.3 Technical data Memory configuration Serial number (UID) 8 bytes (fixed code)   Configuration memory 6 bytes   AFI/DSFID 2 bytes   Application memory 112 bytes   Storage technology EEPROM Memory organization 4 bytes, block by block...
  • Page 123: Dimension Drawing

    Mobile data storage units 5.7 MDS D165 5.7.4 Dimension drawing Dimensions in mm Figure 5-15 Dimension drawing of MDS D165 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 124: Mds D200

    Mobile data storage units 5.8 MDS D200 MDS D200 5.8.1 Features MDS D200 (special version) Features Application area From simple identification such as electronic barcode replacement/supplementation, through warehouse and distribution logistics, right up to product identification. Memory 256-byte user memory Read/write range See Chapter Field data (Page 33).
  • Page 125: Mounting On Metal

    Mobile data storage units 5.8 MDS D200 5.8.3 Mounting on metal Mounting on metal ≥ 20 mm ① Data memory ② Metal ③ Non-metal Figure 5-16 Mounting of the MDS D200 on metal with spacer MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 126 Mobile data storage units 5.8 MDS D200 Flush-mounting ≥ 20 mm ≥ 20 mm ① Data memory ② Metal ③ Non-metal Figure 5-17 Flush-mounting of MDS D200 in metal with spacer Note If the minimum guide values (h) are not observed, a reduction of the field data results. MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 127: Technical Data

    Mobile data storage units 5.8 MDS D200 5.8.4 Technical data Memory configuration Serial number 8 bytes (fixed code)   Application memory 256 bytes   Storage technology EEPROM Memory organization 4 bytes, block by block Protocol according to ISO 15693 Data retention (at +25 °C) 10 years MTBF (at +25 °C)
  • Page 128: Dimension Drawing

    Mobile data storage units 5.8 MDS D200 5.8.5 Dimension drawing Dimensions in mm Figure 5-18 Dimension drawing of MDS D200 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 129: Mds D261

    Mobile data storage units 5.9 MDS D261 MDS D261 5.9.1 Features MDS D261 (special version) Features Application area The design of the transponder (self-adhesive label) permits a variety of designs, guaranteeing optimum dimensioning for the widest variety of applications. From simple identification such as electronic barcode replacement/supplementation, through warehouse and...
  • Page 130: Technical Data

    Mobile data storage units 5.9 MDS D261 5.9.3 Technical data Memory configuration Serial number 8 bytes (fixed code)   AFI/DSFID 2 bytes   Application memory 256 bytes   Storage technology EEPROM Memory organization 4 bytes, block by block Protocol according to ISO 15693 Data transmission rate...
  • Page 131: Dimension Drawing

    Mobile data storage units 5.9 MDS D261 5.9.4 Dimension drawing Dimensions in mm Figure 5-19 Dimension drawing of MDS D261 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 132: Mds D324

    Mobile data storage units 5.10 MDS D324 5.10 MDS D324 5.10.1 Characteristics MDS D324 Characteristics Field of application Production and distribution logistics and product identification Memory EEPROM 1024 bytes gross 992 bytes net capacity Read/write range See Chapter Field data (Page 33). Mounting on metal Not possible: Recommended distance from metal...
  • Page 133: Metal-Free Area

    Mobile data storage units 5.10 MDS D324 5.10.3 Metal-free area ≥ 25 mm Figure 5-20 Mounting of the MDS D324 on metal with spacer ≥ 25 mm ≥ 25 mm Figure 5-21 Flush-mounting of MDS D324 in metal with spacer Note If the minimum guide values (h) are not observed, a reduction of the field data results.
  • Page 134: Technical Specifications

    Mobile data storage units 5.10 MDS D324 5.10.4 Technical specifications Table 5- 15 Technical data MDS D324 Memory size 1024 bytes Memory configuration Serial number 8 bytes (fixed code)   Configuration memory 1008 bytes   Manufacturer data 8 bytes ...
  • Page 135: Dimension Drawing

    Mobile data storage units 5.10 MDS D324 Ambient temperature Operation -25 °C to +125 °C   During transportation and storage -40 °C to +150 °C   Weight, ca. 5.10.5 Dimension drawing Dimensions in mm Figure 5-22 Dimension drawing of MDS D324 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 136: Mds D424

    Mobile data storage units 5.11 MDS D424 5.11 MDS D424 5.11.1 Characteristics MDS D424 Characteristics Field of application Production and distribution logistics as well as in assembly and production lines Memory FRAM 2048 bytes gross 2000 bytes net Read/write range See Chapter Field data (Page 33).
  • Page 137 Mobile data storage units 5.11 MDS D424 Flush-mounting ≥ 25 mm ≥ 25 mm Figure 5-24 Flush-mounting of MDS D424 in metal with spacer Note If the minimum guide values (h) are not observed, a reduction of the field data results. It is possible to mount the MDS with metal screws (M3 countersunk head screws).
  • Page 138: Technical Specifications

    Mobile data storage units 5.11 MDS D424 5.11.4 Technical specifications Table 5- 17 Technical data of MDS D424 Memory size 2048 bytes Memory configuration Serial number 8 bytes (fixed code)   Configuration memory 40 bytes   Application memory 2000 bytes ...
  • Page 139: Dimension Drawing

    Mobile data storage units 5.11 MDS D424 5.11.5 Dimension drawing Dimensions in mm Figure 5-25 Dimension drawing of MDS D424 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 140: Mds D428

    Mobile data storage units 5.12 MDS D428 5.12 MDS D428 5.12.1 Characteristics MDS D428 Characteristics Field of application Compact and rugged ISO transponder; suitable for screw mounting Use in assembly and production lines in the powertrain sector Memory FRAM 2048 bytes gross 2000 bytes net Read/write range See Chapter Field data (Page 33).
  • Page 141: Application Example Of Mds D428

    Mobile data storage units 5.12 MDS D428 5.12.3 Application example of MDS D428 Figure 5-26 Application example Table 5- 19 Field data MDS D428 - MOBY D-SLG SLG D10/D10S SLG D11/D11S SLG D12/D12S ANT D5 ANT D5 Operating distance (Sa) 0…120 0…70 0…40 Limit distance (Sg)
  • Page 142: Technical Specifications

    Mobile data storage units 5.12 MDS D428 5.12.4 Technical specifications Table 5- 20 Technical data of MDS D428 Memory size 2048 bytes Memory configuration Serial number 8 bytes (fixed code)   Configuration memory 40 bytes   Application memory 2000 bytes ...
  • Page 143: Dimension Drawing

    Mobile data storage units 5.12 MDS D428 5.12.5 Dimension drawing SIEMENS Dimensions in mm Figure 5-27 Dimension drawing of MDS D428 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 144: Mds D460

    Mobile data storage units 5.13 MDS D460 5.13 MDS D460 5.13.1 Characteristics MDS D460 Characteristics Field of application Identification in small assembly lines Memory FRAM 2048 bytes gross 2000 bytes net Read/write range See Chapter Field data (Page 33). Mounting on metal Not possible: Recommended distance from metal ≥...
  • Page 145: Mounting On Metal

    Mobile data storage units 5.13 MDS D460 5.13.3 Mounting on metal Mounting on metal ≥ 25 mm Figure 5-28 Mounting of the MDS D460 on metal with spacer Note If the minimum guide values (h) are not observed, a reduction of the field data results. In critical applications, it is recommended that a test is performed.
  • Page 146: Technical Specifications

    Mobile data storage units 5.13 MDS D460 5.13.4 Technical specifications Memory size 2048 bytes Memory configuration Serial number 8 bytes (fixed code)   Configuration memory 40 bytes   Application memory 2000 bytes   Storage technology FRAM Memory organization 2048 bytes gross 2000 bytes net Protocol...
  • Page 147: Dimension Drawing

    Mobile data storage units 5.13 MDS D460 5.13.5 Dimension drawing Dimensions in mm Figure 5-29 Dimension drawing of MDS D460 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 148 Mobile data storage units 5.13 MDS D460 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 149: Write/Read Devices With Rs232 Interface

    Write/read devices with RS232 interface Overview of SLG with RS 232 serial interface Figure 6-1 Write/read devices with RS232 interface Application area The SLG with the serial RS 232 interface provides the communications interface between almost any higher-level computer systems, PCs and the mobile data storage unit (MDS). MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 150 Design and function The SLG is connected over a serial interface (RS 232) of the PC that supports communication with PCs or non-Siemens PLCs. Commands and the data to be written or read must be converted through an appropriate modulator/demodulator circuit.
  • Page 151 Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.1 Overview of SLG with RS 232 serial interface Configuration SLG - MDS (over RS 232) Figure 6-2 Configuration SLG - MDS over RS 232 Programming of SLG D10, SLG D11 and SLG D12 Communication is performed on the serial interface between the SLG and the higher-level computer system (host) by means of an asynchronous 8 bit binary protocol.
  • Page 152 Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.1 Overview of SLG with RS 232 serial interface Default parameters The configuration parameters are described in the programming guide (MDWAPI). Table 6- 2 Ordering data for CD RFID Systems Software & Documentation Product ‎Order No. RFID Systems Software &...
  • Page 153: Slg D10 Basic Unit

    Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.2 SLG D10 basic unit SLG D10 basic unit 6.2.1 Features SLG D10 Features Performance range The SLG D10 is a basic unit in the high- end range with a serial interface. Interface RS232 serial interface Range up to 650 mm (depends on antenna) Communication...
  • Page 154: Technical Data

    Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.2 SLG D10 basic unit 6.2.3 Technical data Table 6- 5 Technical data for SLG D10 basic unit Inductive interface to the MDS Transmission frequency 13.56 MHz Transponders supported Transponders according to ISO 15693 and I-Code1 Serial interface to the user RS 232 (RS 422 on request)
  • Page 155: Fcc Information

    Harmless to heart pacemakers  6.2.4 FCC information Siemens MOBY D SLG D10 FCC ID: NXW-MOBYD-SLGD10 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, and (2) This device must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 156: Dimension Drawing

    Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.2 SLG D10 basic unit 6.2.5 Dimension drawing Dimensions in mm Figure 6-3 Dimension drawing of SLG D10 basic unit MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 157: Slg D11 Basic Unit

    Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.3 SLG D11 basic unit SLG D11 basic unit 6.3.1 Features SLG D11 Features Performance range The SLG D11 is a basic unit in the medium performance range with a serial interface. Interface RS232 serial interface Communication with a PC or third-party controllers ANT D2...
  • Page 158: Technical Specifications

    Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.3 SLG D11 basic unit 6.3.3 Technical specifications Table 6- 8 Technical data of SLG D11 Inductive interface to the MDS Transmission frequency 13.56 MHz Transponders supported Transponders to ISO 15693 and I-Code1 Serial interface to the user RS 232 Transmission protocol Asynchronous 8 bit...
  • Page 159: Fcc Information

    UL 60950  6.3.4 FCC information Siemens MOBY D SLG D11 FCC ID: NXW-MOBYD-SLGD11 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, and (2) This device must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 160: Dimension Drawing

    Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.3 SLG D11 basic unit 6.3.5 Dimension drawing Dimensions in mm Figure 6-4 Dimension drawing of the SLG D11 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 161: Slg D12

    Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.4 SLG D12 SLG D12 6.4.1 Features SLG D12 Features Performance range The SLG D12 is a write/read device in the lower performance range with serial interface. Range up to 160 mm Interface RS232 serial interface Communication with a PC or third-party controllers Antenna...
  • Page 162: Technical Data

    Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.4 SLG D12 6.4.3 Technical data Table 6- 11 Technical data for SLG D12 Inductive interface to the MDS Transmission frequency 13.56 MHz Transponders supported Transponders according to ISO 15693 and I-Code1 Serial interface to the user RS 232 Transmission protocol Asynchronous 8 bit...
  • Page 163: Fcc Information

    The SLG D12 can process up to 4 MDS with I-Code 1-Chip (e.g. MDS D139) in multitag mode! 6.4.4 FCC information Siemens MOBY D SLG D12 FCC ID: NXW-MOBYD-SLGD12 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, and (2) This device must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 164: Transmission Window

    Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.4 SLG D12 6.4.5 Transmission window 120 mm 60 mm Figure 6-5 Transmission window for SLG D12 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 165: Secondary Fields

    Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.4 SLG D12 6.4.6 Secondary fields Figure 6-6 MDS shielding To avoid undesired reading of the MDS outside the main field, the MDS must be shielded. MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 166: Influence Of Metal

    Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.4 SLG D12 6.4.7 Influence of metal Figure 6-7 Reduction in range through influence of metal MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 167: Metal-Free Area

    Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.4 SLG D12 6.4.8 Metal-free area Figure 6-8 Metal-free area for SLG D12 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 168: Minimum Distances Between Several Slgs

    Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.4 SLG D12 6.4.9 Minimum distances between several SLGs Definition of distance D ≥ 0.5 m Figure 6-9 Distance D: SLG D12 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 169: Dimension Drawing

    Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.4 SLG D12 6.4.10 Dimension drawing Dimensions in mm Figure 6-10 Dimension drawing of SLG D12 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 170 Write/read devices with RS232 interface 6.4 SLG D12 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 171: Write/Read Devices With Rs422 Interface

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface Overview SLG with RS 422 for SIMATIC S7 and PROFIBUS DP-V1 Figure 7-1 Write/read devices with RS422 interface MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 172 Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.1 Overview SLG with RS 422 for SIMATIC S7 and PROFIBUS DP-V1 Application area The SLG D1xS provides inductive communication with the mobile data storage units (MDS) and serial coupling to the interface modules (ASM). A range of different SLGs are available for small, medium and large distances to the MDS meeting all customer requirements.
  • Page 173 Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.1 Overview SLG with RS 422 for SIMATIC S7 and PROFIBUS DP-V1 Definition of IP65: ● Protection against the ingress of dust (dustproof) ● Complete touch protection ● Protection against water jets MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 174: Slg D10S Basic Unit

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.2 SLG D10S basic unit SLG D10S basic unit 7.2.1 Features SLG D10S Features Performance range The SLG D10S is a basic unit in the high-end range with a serial interface. Interface Serial interface RS 422 Communication via interface modules to SIMATIC S7 or PROFIBUS DP-V1/PROFINET/Ethernet...
  • Page 175: Ordering Data

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.2 SLG D10S basic unit 7.2.2 Ordering data Table 7- 2 Ordering data for SLG D10S basic unit SLG D10S ‎Order No. SLG D10S basic device without antenna; 6GT2698-2AA00 with serial interface RS422 for connection to ASM 4xx Table 7- 3 Ordering data for SLG D10S basic unit accessories SLG D10S accessories...
  • Page 176: Technical Data

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.2 SLG D10S basic unit 7.2.3 Technical data Table 7- 4 Technical data for SLG D10S basic unit Inductive interface to the MDS Transmission frequency 13.56 MHz Transponders supported Transponders according to ISO 15693 and I- Code1 Serial interface to the user RS 422...
  • Page 177: Fcc Information

    UL 60950  7.2.4 FCC information Siemens MOBY D SLG D10S FCC ID: NXW-MOBYD-SLGD10 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, and (2) This device must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 178: Dimension Drawing

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.2 SLG D10S basic unit 7.2.5 Dimension drawing Dimensions in mm Figure 7-2 Dimension drawing of SLG D10S basic unit MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 179: Slg D11S Basic Unit

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.3 SLG D11S basic unit SLG D11S basic unit 7.3.1 Features SLG D11 Features Performance range The SLG D11S is a basic unit in the medium performance range with a serial interface. Interface RS422 serial interface Communication via interface modules to SIMATIC S7 or PROFIBUS DP-...
  • Page 180: Ordering Data

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.3 SLG D11S basic unit 7.3.2 Ordering data Table 7- 5 Ordering data for SLG D11S basic unit SLG D11S ‎Order No. SLG D11S basic device without antenna; with serial interface RS422 for 6GT2698-2AC00 connection to ASM. Table 7- 6 Ordering data for SLG D11S basic unit accessories SLG D11S accessories...
  • Page 181: Technical Specifications

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.3 SLG D11S basic unit 7.3.3 Technical specifications Table 7- 7 Technical data for SLG D11S Inductive interface to the MDS Transmission frequency 13.56 MHz Transponders supported Transponders to ISO 15693 and I-Code1 Serial interface to the user RS 422 Transmission protocol Asynchronous 8 bit...
  • Page 182: Fcc Information

    UL 60950  7.3.4 FCC information Siemens MOBY D SLG D11S FCC ID: NXW-MOBYD-SLGD11 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, and (2) This device must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 183: Dimension Drawing

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.3 SLG D11S basic unit 7.3.5 Dimension drawing Dimensions in mm Figure 7-3 Dimension drawing of SLG D11S MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 184: Slg D12S

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.4 SLG D12S SLG D12S 7.4.1 Features SLG D12S Features Performance range The SLG D12S is a write/read device in the lower performance range with serial interface. Range up to 160 mm Interface RS232 serial interface Communication via interface modules to SIMATIC S7 or PROFIBUS DP-V1/PROFINET/Ethernet...
  • Page 185: Ordering Data

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.4 SLG D12S 7.4.2 Ordering data Table 7- 8 Ordering data for SLG D12S SLG D12S ‎Order No. SLG D12S with integrated antenna; 6GT2602-0AB00 with serial interface RS422 for connection to ASM Table 7- 9 Ordering data for SLG D12S accessories SLG D12S accessories ‎Order No.
  • Page 186: Technical Data

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.4 SLG D12S 7.4.3 Technical data Table 7- 10 Technical data for SLG D12S Inductive interface to the MDS Transmission frequency 13.56 MHz Transponders supported Transponders according to ISO 15693 and I-Code1 Serial interface to the user RS 422 Transmission protocol Asynchronous 8 bit...
  • Page 187: Fcc Information

    UL 60950  7.4.4 FCC information Siemens MOBY D SLG D12S FCC ID: NXW-MOBYD-SLGD12 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, and (2) This device must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 188: Transmission Window

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.4 SLG D12S 7.4.5 Transmission window 120 mm 60 mm Figure 7-4 Transmission window for SLG D12S MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 189: Secondary Fields

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.4 SLG D12S 7.4.6 Secondary fields Figure 7-5 MDS shielding To avoid undesired reading of the MDS outside the main field, the MDS must be shielded. MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 190: Influence Of Metal

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.4 SLG D12S 7.4.7 Influence of metal Figure 7-6 Reduction in range through influence of metal MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 191: Metal-Free Area

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.4 SLG D12S 7.4.8 Metal-free area Figure 7-7 Metal-free area for SLG D12S MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 192: Minimum Distances Between Several Slgs

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.4 SLG D12S 7.4.9 Minimum distances between several SLGs Definition of distance D D ≥ 0.5 m Figure 7-8 Distance D: SLG D12S MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 193: Dimension Drawing

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.4 SLG D12S 7.4.10 Dimension drawing Dimensions in mm Figure 7-9 Dimension drawing of SLG D12S MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 194: Slg D12S (Plug-In Version)

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.5 SLG D12S (plug-in version) SLG D12S (plug-in version) 7.5.1 Features SLG D12S (plug-in version) Features Performance range The SLG D12S (plug-in version) is a write/read device in the lower performance range with serial interface. Range up to 160 mm Interface...
  • Page 195: Ordering Data

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.5 SLG D12S (plug-in version) 7.5.2 Ordering data Table 7- 11 SLG D12S special version ordering data SLG D12S special version ‎Order No. Write/read device SLG D12S 6GT2602-0AB10-0AX0 With a serial RS 422 interface for connection to ASM 452, ASM 456, ASM 473, ASM 475, RF170C, RF180C and RF181C, with an integral antenna Table 7- 12...
  • Page 196: Technical Specifications

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.5 SLG D12S (plug-in version) 7.5.3 Technical specifications Table 7- 13 Technical specifications for SLG D12S special version Inductive interface to the MDS Transmission frequency 13.56 MHz Transponders supported Transponders to ISO 15693 and I-Code1 Serial interface to the user RS 422 Transmission protocol...
  • Page 197: Field Data

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.5 SLG D12S (plug-in version) Weight, approx. 600 g Approvals  Harmless to heart pacemakers  7.5.4 Field data Table 7- 14 Field data for SLG D12S special version Limit distance (S max. 160 mm (dependent on transponder) Operating distance (S 0 to 120 mm (dependent on transponder) Length of transmission window (L...
  • Page 198: Transmission Window

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.5 SLG D12S (plug-in version) 7.5.5 Transmission window Side view ① Transmission window ② Transponder Plan view ① Transmission window Standard configuration longitudinal, X-axis (L MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 199: Secondary Fields

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.5 SLG D12S (plug-in version) 7.5.6 Secondary fields Figure 7-10 MDS shielding To avoid undesired reading of the MDS outside the main field, the MDS must be shielded. MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 200: Influence Of Metal

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.5 SLG D12S (plug-in version) 7.5.7 Influence of metal Figure 7-11 Reduction in range through influence of metal MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 201: Metal-Free Area

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.5 SLG D12S (plug-in version) 7.5.8 Metal-free area Mounting the SLG D12S special version on metal ① = Metal h = Mechanical height of the SLG = 40 mm Flush-mounting of SLG D12S special version in metal: ①...
  • Page 202: Minimum Distances Between Several Slgs

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.5 SLG D12S (plug-in version) 7.5.9 Minimum distances between several SLGs Distance D ≥ 0.5 m MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 203: Dimensional Diagram

    Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.5 SLG D12S (plug-in version) 7.5.10 Dimensional diagram Dimensions in Figure 7-12 Dimension drawing of SLG D12S special version MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 204 Write/read devices with RS422 interface 7.5 SLG D12S (plug-in version) MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 205: Antennas

    Antennas ANT D2 8.1.1 Features ANT D2 Features Applications Suitable for high speeds, e.g. in Overhead conveyors  Assembly lines  Production  Order picking  Antenna field Designed for transponders that are directed sideways past the antenna. See Chapter Transmission window (Page 207) Writing/reading distance typ.
  • Page 206: Technical Specifications For Ant D2

    Antennas 8.1 ANT D2 8.1.3 Technical specifications for ANT D2 Table 8- 3 Technical specifications for ANT D2 Max. write/read distance See also Field data for MDS and SLG. ANT to MDS (S Dimensions in mm (L x W x H) 75 x 75 x 40 Antenna cable length in 3.3 m...
  • Page 207: Transmission Window

    Antennas 8.1 ANT D2 8.1.4 Transmission window Figure 8-1 Transmission window for ANT D2 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 ⇓ Direction of motion of the transponder Green Main field (processing field) Blue Secondary fields Operating range (S The operating range lies between level 1 and level 3. The operating range between level 1 and 2 includes secondary fields.
  • Page 208: Metal-Free Area

    Antennas 8.1 ANT D2 Limit distance (S The limit distance lies on Level 3 Lateral view Level 1 Lateral view Level 2 L: Length of the transmission window 8.1.5 Metal-free area Direct mounting of the ANT D2 on metal is permitted. No range losses must be expected here.
  • Page 209: Minimum Distance Between Several Ant D2 Antennas

    Antennas 8.1 ANT D2 8.1.6 Minimum distance between several ANT D2 antennas Figure 8-3 Minimum distance between several ANT D2 antennas Minimum distance D from ANT D2 to ANT D2 D ≥ 500 mm 8.1.7 Dimension drawing Figure 8-4 Dimension drawing for ANT D2 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 210: Ant D5

    Antennas 8.2 ANT D5 ANT D5 8.2.1 Features ANT D5 Features Applications Storage, logistics and distribution Writing/reading distance Up to 480 mm (depending on MDS) Connecting cable 3.3 m; pre-assembled SLG D10/10S Connectable SLG  SLG D11/11S  Degree of protection IP65 8.2.2 Ordering data...
  • Page 211: Technical Data

    Antennas 8.2 ANT D5 8.2.3 Technical data Table 8- 6 Technical specifications for ANT D5 Max. write/read distance 480 mm ANT to MDS (S Dimensions in mm (L x W x H) 340 x 325 x 38 Color Black Material Plastic ASA Plug connection 1-pin TNC connector...
  • Page 212: Transmission Window

    Antennas 8.2 ANT D5 8.2.4 Transmission window = 300 mm Figure 8-5 Transmission window for ANT D5 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 213: Metal-Free Area

    Antennas 8.2 ANT D5 8.2.5 Metal-free area Flush-mounted in metal Figure 8-6 Metal-free area for ANT D5 For further information on spacers, see section Ordering data (Page 210) ANT D5 accessories, spacer kit, as well as Dimension drawings (Page 215). When installing in the vicinity of metal, observe the instructions in the Section See also Planning the MOBY D system (Page 25)
  • Page 214: Minimum Distance Between Antennas

    Antennas 8.2 ANT D5 8.2.6 Minimum distance between antennas Definition of distance D Figure 8-7 Distance D: ANT D5 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 215: Dimension Drawings

    Antennas 8.2 ANT D5 8.2.7 Dimension drawings Dimension drawing for ANT D5 Figure 8-8 Dimension drawing for ANT D5 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 216 Antennas 8.2 ANT D5 Dimension drawing and sketch for mounting spacer kit Figure 8-9 Dimension drawing for ANT D5 spacer kit MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 217 Antennas 8.2 ANT D5 Figure 8-10 Sketch for mounting spacer kit MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 218: Ant D6

    Antennas 8.3 ANT D6 ANT D6 8.3.1 Features ANT D6 Features Storage, logistics and distribution Applications  Suitable for high-speed applications  with large writing/reading distance Writing/reading distance Up to 650 mm (depending on MDS) Connecting cable 3.3 m; included in scope of supply Covering hood Available as accessory Connectable SLG...
  • Page 219: Technical Data

    Antennas 8.3 ANT D6 8.3.3 Technical data Table 8- 9 Technical specifications for ANT D6 Max. write/read distance 650 mm ANT to MDS (S Dimensions in mm (L x W x H) 580 x 480 x 110 (without cover) Color Gray/black Material Aluminum/plastic...
  • Page 220: Transmission Window

    Antennas 8.3 ANT D6 8.3.4 Transmission window = 520 mm = 420 mm Figure 8-11 Transmission window for ANT D6 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 221: Metal-Free Area

    Antennas 8.3 ANT D6 8.3.5 Metal-free area Flush-mounted in metal Figure 8-12 Metal-free area for ANT D6 8.3.6 Minimum distance between antennas Definition of distance D Figure 8-13 Distance D: ANT D6 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 222: Dimension Drawing

    Antennas 8.3 ANT D6 8.3.7 Dimension drawing Figure 8-14 Dimension drawing for ANT D6 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 223: Ant D10

    Antennas 8.4 ANT D10 ANT D10 8.4.1 Features ANT D10 Features Storage, logistics and distribution, e.g. clothing industry, Applications  laundries Particularly when small MDS are used (e.g. MDS D124,  MDS D160) and when there is a long transmission field Writing/reading distance Up to 480 mm (depending on MDS) Connecting cable...
  • Page 224: Technical Data

    Antennas 8.4 ANT D10 8.4.3 Technical data Table 8- 12 Technical specifications for ANT D10 Max. write/read distance 480 mm ANT to MDS (S Dimensions in mm (L x W x H) 1150 x 365 x 115 (with cover) Color Gray/black Material Aluminum/plastic...
  • Page 225: Transmission Window

    Antennas 8.4 ANT D10 8.4.4 Transmission window 1050 mm 350 mm Figure 8-15 Transmission window for ANT D10 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 226: Metal-Free Area

    Antennas 8.4 ANT D10 8.4.5 Metal-free area Flush-mounted in metal Figure 8-16 Metal-free area for ANT D10 When installing in the vicinity of metal, observe the instructions in the Section . MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 227: Minimum Distance Between Antennas

    Antennas 8.4 ANT D10 8.4.6 Minimum distance between antennas Definition of distance D Figure 8-17 Distance D: ANT D10 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 228: Dimension Drawing

    Antennas 8.4 ANT D10 8.4.7 Dimension drawing Figure 8-18 Dimension drawing for ANT D10 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 229: System Integration

    System integration Application area The ASM interface modules are links between the MOBY D components SLG/MDS and the higher-level control systems (e.g. SIMATIC S7) or PC or computers. Depending on the interface module used, up to two SLGs can be connected. Design and functions The ASM comprises a microcontroller system with an individual program (PROM).
  • Page 230 System integration Overview Table 9- 1 Overview of interface modules ASM type Interfaces to Interfaces to SLG Function Dimensions Temperature Degree PC/computer blocks connections range (W x H x D (during protectio in mm) operation) ASM 452 PROFIBUS 2 x 5-pin BERO FC 45 134 x 110 x 55 0 to +55 °C...
  • Page 231: Asm 452

    System integration 9.1 ASM 452 9.1 ASM 452 9.1.1 Application area The ASM 452 interface module is a MOBY module for operating MOBY components over PROFIBUS DP-V1 on ● Any computers and PCs ● Any PLCs When operating the interface module on a SIMATIC S7, function blocks are made available to the user.
  • Page 232: Configuration

    System integration 9.1 ASM 452 9.1.3 Configuration Hardware description The ASM 452 has the same housing as the distributed I/O system ET 200X. General information on ASM 452 (e.g. assembly, operation and wiring; general technical data) is available in the ET200X manual (Order No. 6ES7198-8FA00-8AA0). Descriptions of accessories and network components can also be found in this manual.
  • Page 233: Profibus Dp Communication

    System integration 9.1 ASM 452 9.1.4 PROFIBUS DP communication 9.1.4.1 PROFIBUS DP configuring The ASM 452 is integrated into the hardware configuration by means of a GSD file. The ASM can then be configured using the HW Config of SIMATIC Manager or another PROFIBUS DP tool.
  • Page 234: 9.1.4.4 Profibus Dp Address And Terminating Resistor

    System integration 9.1 ASM 452 9.1.4.4 PROFIBUS DP address and terminating resistor You must remove the connector plate from the ASM before you set the PROFIBUS DP address or connect the terminating resistor. The connector plate covers the DIL switch. The position of the DIL switch in ASM is shown in the figure below with one setting example for each case.
  • Page 235: Device Connections

    System integration 9.1 ASM 452 9.1.5 Device connections 9.1.5.1 Reader connection system An SLG always occupies two M12 connector sockets on the ASM 452. A pre-assembled cable therefore ensures easy connection of the SLG (see figure below). The standard version of the connection cable is 2 m in length, other lengths of 5 m and 20 m are available.
  • Page 236 System integration 9.1 ASM 452 Figure 9-5 Cable connector ASM 452/473 ↔ SLG D1xS with RS 422 (6GT2090-0BC00) MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 237: 9.1.5.2 Pin Assignments

    System integration 9.1 ASM 452 9.1.5.2 Pin assignments The figure below illustrates the pin assignments of ASM 452. Figure 9-6 Pin assignment and LEDs of ASM 452 Note With MOBY D, the SLG power supply cannot be connected through the ASM. MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 238: Cable

    System integration 9.1 ASM 452 9.1.6 Cable 9.1.6.1 PROFIBUS DP cable with 24 V supply The ASM 452 can also be operated with the "green" PROFIBUS DP cable. It is important to ensure that a 24 V cable is connected from X12 to X13. The 24 V cable can be connected to pins 5 and 6 in plug X12.
  • Page 239: Technical Data

    System integration 9.1 ASM 452 9.1.7 Technical data Table 9- 3 Technical specifications for ASM 452 ASM 452 with FC 45 Serial interface to the user PROFIBUS DP-V1 Procedure after connection EN 50170 Vol. 2 PROFIBUS DP PG 11 cable gland PROFIBUS DP and power supply connectors are not included in the scope of delivery Data transfer rate...
  • Page 240: Dimension Diagram

    System integration 9.1 ASM 452 9.1.8 Dimension diagram The following figure shows the dimensional drawing of an ASM 452 with bus connectors. You must add the length of the PG cable gland and the radius of the cable used to the measured overall width and depth.
  • Page 241: Ordering Data

    System integration 9.1 ASM 452 9.1.9 Ordering data Table 9- 4 Ordering data for ASM 452 Designation ‎Order No. ASM 452 interface module for PROFIBUS DP-V1 6GT2002-0EB20 1x SLG D1xS with RS 422 can be connected Accessories: Connector for PROFIBUS DP and 24 V supply 6ES7194-1AA01-0XA0 SLG cable ASM 452 ↔...
  • Page 242: Asm 456

    System integration 9.2 ASM 456 9.2 ASM 456 Configured with ASM 456 Figure 9-10 Configuration of ASM 456 For more detailed information, refer to ASM 456 Operating Instructions (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/32629442). MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 243: Asm 473

    System integration 9.3 ASM 473 9.3 ASM 473 9.3.1 Application area The ASM 473 interface module is a MOBY module for SIMATIC S7. It can be plugged into the ET 200X distributed I/O station and DESINA. ET 200X is operated by the user over PROFIBUS DP V1.
  • Page 244: Basic Module - Requirements For Operation Of Asm 473

    System integration 9.3 ASM 473 9.3.3 Basic module - Requirements for operation of ASM 473 The following table indicates the status of the ET 200X basic module of 10/2002. The functionality of new basic modules is stored in HW Config of the SIMATIC Manager. Table 9- 5 Requirements for operation of ASM 473 Order number of the ET 200X...
  • Page 245: Configuration

    System integration 9.3 ASM 473 9.3.4 Configuration Figure 9-12 Configurator for ASM 473 Note It differs from ASM 452 in that for ET 200X the 24 V supply must be connected to the PROFIBUS DP connector and to the load voltage connector (see the ET 200X manual). MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 246 System integration 9.3 ASM 473 maximum configuration Figure 9-13 Maximum configuration of ASM 473 on an ET 200X Depending on the PROFIBUS DP master, up to 123 ET 200X modules can be run on one PROFIBUS DP segment. Hardware configuration The ASM 473 is integrated in the hardware configuration of the SIMATIC Manager by calling Setup.exe in the directory daten\S7_OM on the "Software MOBY"...
  • Page 247: Device Connections

    System integration 9.3 ASM 473 9.3.5 Device connections 9.3.5.1 Reader connection system A write/read device always occupies the two M12 connection sockets X3 and X4 on the ASM 473. A prefabricated cable makes it easy to connect the write/read device. The standard version of the connecting cable is 2 m in length.
  • Page 248: 9.3.5.2 Pin Assignments

    System integration 9.3 ASM 473 9.3.5.2 Pin assignments The figure below illustrates the pin assignment for the write/read device and the display elements. Figure 9-14 Interfaces and indicators of the ASM 473 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 249 System integration 9.3 ASM 473 Note With MOBY D, the SLG power supply cannot be connected through the ASM. MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 250: Technical Data

    System integration 9.3 ASM 473 9.3.6 Technical data Table 9- 6 Technical specifications for ASM 473 Interface for ET 200X SIMATIC S7 I/O bus cyclic/acyclic services Communication 2 words cyclic/238 bytes acyclic Command buffer in ASM 142 x 238 bytes Serial interface to write/read device Connectors 2 x M12 coupler plug...
  • Page 251: Dimension Diagram

    System integration 9.3 ASM 473 Weight, approx. 0.275 kg 1) With MOBY D, the SLG power supply cannot be connected through the ASM. ET 200X manual Assembly instructions as well as general technical data can be found in the (Order No. 6ES7 198-8FA01-8AA0). 9.3.7 Dimension diagram Dimensioned Drawing for Fixing Holes...
  • Page 252: Ordering Data

    System integration 9.3 ASM 473 9.3.8 Ordering data Table 9- 7 Ordering data for ASM 473 Order No. ASM 473 interface module 1x SLG D1xS with RS 422 can be connected 6GT2002-0HA10 Accessories: SLG cable ASM 473 ↔ SLG D1xS Length 2 m;...
  • Page 253: Asm 475

    System integration 9.4 ASM 475 9.4 ASM 475 9.4.1 Application area The ASM 475 interface module can be inserted in SIMATIC S7-300 and ET 200M and can be used for all MOBY systems. As many as eight ASM 475 interface modules can be plugged into one SIMATIC S7-300 rack and operated.
  • Page 254: Features

    System integration 9.4 ASM 475 9.4.2 Features Error messages and operating states are indicated by LEDs. A configuration that is resistant to interference is possible due to electrical isolation between the write/read device and the SIMATIC S7-300 bus. The ASM 475 with the order number 6GT2002-0GA10 is a parameterizable module. The basic functions of the module are then already specified when the module is configured in HW Config (e.g.
  • Page 255 System integration 9.4 ASM 475 wiring The ASM 475 is started up as follows: 1. Install the module 2. Install the module on the standard rail of the S7-300 S7-300 manual (see the Note Before the module is mounted, the CPU of the S7-300 must be switched to the STOP state.
  • Page 256: Configuration

    System integration 9.4 ASM 475 9.4.4 Configuration Front panel The figure below illustrates the bezel of the ASM 475 and the inside of the front door complete with the associated connection diagram. The write/read devices must be connected to the ASM in accordance with the connection diagram. Figure 9-18 Bezel and inside of the front door of the ASM 475 Note...
  • Page 257: Profibus Dp Communication

    System integration 9.4 ASM 475 9.4.5 PROFIBUS DP communication 9.4.5.1 Diagnosis using LEDs Display elements on the ASM Table 9- 8 Function of the LEDs on the ASM 475 Light emitting diode Meaning System fault (hardware error on ASM) 5 V DC 24 V are connected to the ASM and the 5 V voltage on the ASM is OK.
  • Page 258: Device Connections

    System integration 9.4 ASM 475 9.4.6 Device connections 9.4.6.1 Wiring to the SLG SLG D1x / SLG D1xS connection method The following figure shows the structure of a connecting cable between the ASM and SLG. The specified colors apply to the standard MOBY cable for ASM 475. Figure 9-19 Wiring from ASM 475 to SLG D1xS with RS422 (6GT2491-0E...) MOBY D...
  • Page 259: 9.4.6.2 Shield Connection

    System integration 9.4 ASM 475 SLG D12S (plug-in version) connection method The connecting cable has a length of 2 m (standard) and 5 m. Extensions up to 1000 m are possible with the 6GT2891-0F… plug-in cables. Figure 9-20 Connecting cable between ASM 475 and SLG D12S (plug-in version) with RS422 9.4.6.2 Shield connection Figure 9-21 Configuration of ASM 475 with shield connecting element...
  • Page 260: 9.4.6.3 Lightning Protection

    System integration 9.4 ASM 475 9.4.6.3 Lightning protection Implement lightning protection provided that it is appropriate for your application. An individual appraisal of the entire plant is necessary before initiating any lightning protection measures. 9.4.7 Cable 9.4.7.1 Cable assembly by the customer To achieve electromagnetic compatibility, the SLG cable must be routed via an S7-300 shield connecting element.
  • Page 261: Technical Data

    System integration 9.4 ASM 475 9.4.8 Technical data Table 9- 10 Technical specifications for ASM 475 ASM 475 with FC 45 Serial interface for SIMATIC S7-300 I/O bus; cyclic and acyclic services or ET 200M Communication 2 words cyclic/238 bytes acyclic Command buffer in ASM 475 70 x 238 bytes per SLG D1xS Serial interface to write/read device...
  • Page 262: Ordering Data

    System integration 9.4 ASM 475 9.4.9 Ordering data Table 9- 11 Ordering data for ASM 475 ‎Order No. ASM 475 interface module for SIMATIC S7 6GT2002-0GA10 2 x SLG D1xS with RS 422 can be connected in parallel, without front connector Accessories: Front connector (1 x per ASM) 6ES7392-1AJ00-0AA0...
  • Page 263: 9.5 Rf170C

    System integration 9.5 RF170C 9.5 RF170C Configured with RF170C Figure 9-23 Configuration of RF170C For more detailed information, refer to SIMATIC RF170C Operating Instructions (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/32622825). MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 264: 9.6 Rf180C

    System integration 9.6 RF180C 9.6 RF180C Configured with RF180C Figure 9-24 Configuration of RF180C For more detailed information, refer to SIMATIC RF180C Operating Instructions (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/30012157). MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 265: 9.7 Rf182C

    System integration 9.7 RF182C 9.7 RF182C Configuration with RF182C Figure 9-25 Configuration with RF182C For more detailed information, refer to SIMATIC RF182C Operating Instructions (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/38507897). MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 266 System integration 9.7 RF182C MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 267: Accessories

    Accessories 10.1 Wide-range power supply unit for SIMATIC RF systems 10.1.1 Features Wide-range power supply unit for SIMATIC RF systems (1) DC output 1 (2) DC output 2 (3) Mains connection Features Wide-range input (3) for use worldwide  Dimensions without mains cable: 175 x 85 x 35 mm ...
  • Page 268: Scope Of Supply

    Accessories 10.1 Wide-range power supply unit for SIMATIC RF systems Description The wide-range power supply unit for SIMATIC RF systems is a universal compact power supply and provides the user with an efficient, cost-saving solution for many different mid- range power supply tasks. The primary switched power supply is designed for use on single-phase AC systems.
  • Page 269: Safety Information

    Accessories 10.1 Wide-range power supply unit for SIMATIC RF systems 10.1.4 Safety Information WARNING Danger to life It is not permitted to open the device or to modify the device. The following must also be taken into account:  Failure to observe this requirement shall constitute a revocation of the CE approval, UL certification for the US and Canada as well as the manufacturer's warranty.
  • Page 270 Accessories 10.1 Wide-range power supply unit for SIMATIC RF systems ● The maximum investigated branch circuit rating is: 20 A ● The investigated pollution degree is: 2 WARNING If the wide-range power supply unit for SIMATIC RF systems (MLFB: 6GT2 898-0AA20) is connected to and in use for other products than the SIMATIC RF660R Portal Reader (MLFB: 6GT2811-0AA01), the end user is responsible and liable for any operation of the system or end product, which includes the wide-range power supply unit for SIMATIC...
  • Page 271: Connecting

    Accessories 10.1 Wide-range power supply unit for SIMATIC RF systems 10.1.5 Connecting ● There are three different (country-specific) mains cables for the EU, UK and US. The appropriate mains cable must be connected to the primary input of the power supply. NOTICE It is only permissible to insert or remove the mains cable when the power supply is de- energized.
  • Page 272 Accessories 10.1 Wide-range power supply unit for SIMATIC RF systems Table 10- 2 Technical specifications for the input Rated input voltage U EN 60950 / UL 60950 100 to 240 V AC 120 to 353 V DC Input voltage range U 94 to 264 V AC 120 to 375 V DC (UL: 353 V...
  • Page 273: Pin Assignment Of Dc Outputs And Mains Connection

    Accessories 10.1 Wide-range power supply unit for SIMATIC RF systems Table 10- 5 Compliance with standards Designation Standard Values Electrical safety EN 60950 / UL 60950 / CAN/CSA 22.2 950, 3 Edition Conducted interference EN 61000-6-3 Class B EN 55011 Emission EN 61000-6-3 Class B...
  • Page 274: Dimension Drawing

    Accessories 10.1 Wide-range power supply unit for SIMATIC RF systems 10.1.8 Dimension drawing Units of measurement: All dimensions in mm MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 275: Certificates And Approvals

    Accessories 10.1 Wide-range power supply unit for SIMATIC RF systems 10.1.9 Certificates and approvals Table 10- 6 Wide-range power supply unit for SIMATIC RF systems 6GT2898-0AA00 - Europe, 6GT2898-0AA10 - UK Certificate Description CE approval to 2004/108/EC EMC 73/23/EEC LVD Table 10- 7 Wide-range power supply unit for SIMATIC RF systems 6GT2898-0AA20 - USA Standard...
  • Page 276: Mobile Handheld Terminals

    MOBY STG Handheld Terminal PRO Suitable for all MDS D1xx, MDS D2xx, MDS D3xx (not MDS D4XX).. No programming library available. For more detailed information on the device, see MOBY STG Handheld Terminal PRO Operating Instructions (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/26116402/0/en). MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 277: Moby Antenna Distributor

    Accessories 10.3 MOBY antenna distributor 10.3 MOBY antenna distributor Application area The MOBY antenna distributor is a power distributor with electrical isolation between the input (IN) and the two outputs (OUT1, OUT2). At the operating frequency of 13.56 MHz, the impedance at all inputs and outputs is 50 Ohm.
  • Page 278 Accessories 10.3 MOBY antenna distributor Technical data Table 10- 9 Technical data for MOBY D antenna distributor Max. input power 10 W Transmission frequency 13.56 MHz Power supply None Enclosure dimensions (L x W x H) in mm 160 x 80 x 40 (without connector) Color Anthracite Material...
  • Page 279: Alarm, Error And System Messages

    Alarm, error and system messages In this chapter, you will find a list of the MOBY D error messages. The messages are subdivided into two groups: ● Error messages and causes for MOBY D with ASM and FC/FB 45 (direct MDS addressing) ●...
  • Page 280: Error Messages And Causes For Moby D In Combination With The Mdwapi Library

    Alarm, error and system messages 11.1 Error messages and causes for MOBY D in combination with the MDWAPI library 11.1 Error messages and causes for MOBY D in combination with the MDWAPI library Table 11- 1 General errors Error code Cause, remedy in HEX 0x00...
  • Page 281 Alarm, error and system messages 11.1 Error messages and causes for MOBY D in combination with the MDWAPI library Table 11- 3 Parameter status Error code Cause, remedy in HEX 0x10 EEPROM error: EEPROM of the reader cannot be write-accessed ...
  • Page 282: Error Messages And Causes For Moby D With Asm And Fc/Fb 45 (Direct Mds Addressing)

    Alarm, error and system messages 11.2 Error messages and causes for MOBY D with ASM and FC/FB 45 (direct MDS addressing) Table 11- 5 Error codes for ISO transponders Error code Explanation of error codes in the transponder response in HEX 0x01 Command not supported (the request code was not recognized) 0x02...
  • Page 283: Error Messages

    Alarm, error and system messages 11.2 Error messages and causes for MOBY D with ASM and FC/FB 45 (direct MDS addressing) 11.2.2 Error messages An error condition exists in FC/FB 45 whenever the "Error" variable is enabled on a channel. If this is the case, the exact cause of the error can be determined from variable "error_MOBY", "error_FC"...
  • Page 284 Alarm, error and system messages 11.2 Error messages and causes for MOBY D with ASM and FC/FB 45 (direct MDS addressing) error_MOBY Table 11- 7 Error messages of the MOBY ASM/SLG via the "error_MOBY" variable Error code in Flashing of Cause, remedy ERR LED No error;...
  • Page 285 Alarm, error and system messages 11.2 Error messages and causes for MOBY D with ASM and FC/FB 45 (direct MDS addressing) Error code in Flashing of Cause, remedy ERR LED Field interference on SLG The SLG is receiving interference from its environment. MDS has left the field during communication.
  • Page 286 Alarm, error and system messages 11.2 Error messages and causes for MOBY D with ASM and FC/FB 45 (direct MDS addressing) Error code in Flashing of Cause, remedy ERR LED Internal ASM error or SLG error (watchdog) Program sequence error on the ASM ...
  • Page 287 Alarm, error and system messages 11.2 Error messages and causes for MOBY D with ASM and FC/FB 45 (direct MDS addressing) Error code in Flashing of Cause, remedy ERR LED PROFIBUS DP error occurred The PROFIBUS DP bus connection was interrupted ...
  • Page 288 Alarm, error and system messages 11.2 Error messages and causes for MOBY D with ASM and FC/FB 45 (direct MDS addressing) error_FC Table 11- 8 Error variable "error_FC" Error code Description (B#16#..) No error; default value if everything is ok. Params_DB not available in SIMATIC Params_DB too small UDT 10/11 was not used during definition...
  • Page 289 Alarm, error and system messages 11.2 Error messages and causes for MOBY D with ASM and FC/FB 45 (direct MDS addressing) Error code Description (B#16#..) Another init_run was started without waiting for ready during execution of the init_run command set init_run cyclically ...
  • Page 290 Alarm, error and system messages 11.2 Error messages and causes for MOBY D with ASM and FC/FB 45 (direct MDS addressing) error_BUS Table 11- 9 Error variable "error_BUS" Error code Description (W#16#...) 800A ASM is not ready (temporary message). This message is given to a user who is not using FC/FB 45 and is polling the ...
  • Page 291 Alarm, error and system messages 11.2 Error messages and causes for MOBY D with ASM and FC/FB 45 (direct MDS addressing) Error code Description (W#16#...) 80A0 Negative acknowledgment while reading from module. FC/FB fetches acknowledgment although no acknowledgment is ready. A user who is not using the FC/FB 45 would like to fetch DS 101 (or DS 102 to 104) although no acknowledgment is available.
  • Page 292 Alarm, error and system messages 11.2 Error messages and causes for MOBY D with ASM and FC/FB 45 (direct MDS addressing) MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 293: Troubleshooting/Faq

    – Is the cable shield connected correctly? Error messages More information on error messages can be found at MOBY D C/C++ MDWAPI Programming Manual (http://support.automation.siemens.com/WW/view/en/12429971). The range of the SLG is too small When the range of the SLG is too small, you must check Planning the MOBY D ●...
  • Page 294 Troubleshooting/FAQ MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 295: Certificates And Approvals

    DIN ISO 9001 certificate The quality assurance system for the entire product process (development, production, and marketing) at Siemens fulfills the requirements of ISO 9001 (corresponds to EN29001: 1987). This has been certified by DQS (the German society for the certification of quality management systems).
  • Page 296 Certificates and approvals Certificates for USA and Canada Safety One of the following markings on a device is indicative of the corresponding approval: Underwriters Laboratories (UL) per UL 60950 (I.T.E) or per UL 508 (IND.CONT.EQ) Underwriters Laboratories (UL) according to Canadian standard C22.2 No. 60950 (I.T.E) or C22.2 No.
  • Page 297 Certificates and approvals Federal Communications This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Commission Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful Radio Frequency interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial Interference Statement...
  • Page 298 Certificates and approvals MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 299: Service & Support

    (€ 0.14 /min. from the German landline network, deviating mobile communications prices are possible) ● E-mail (mailto:support.automation@siemens.com) ● Internet: Online support request form: (www.siemens.com/automation/support-request) Service & support for industrial automation and drive technologies You can find various services on the Support homepage (www.siemens.com/automation/service&support) of IA/DT on the Internet.
  • Page 300 A guide to the technical documentation for the various products and systems is available on the Internet: SIMATIC Guide manuals (www.siemens.com/simatic-tech-doku-portal) Online catalog and ordering system The online catalog and the online ordering system can also be found on the Industry Mall Homepage (http://www.siemens.com/industrymall).
  • Page 301: Previous Versions

    Previous versions Previous MDS version with different MLFB C.1.1 Compatibility list The mobile data storage units listed below are replaced by compatible successor products. The product name does not change, however, the successor products have a new order number as listed in the table below. These type designations can also be found on the type plates of the components.
  • Page 302: Mds D124 (Mlfb 6Gt2600-0Ac00)

    Previous versions C.1 Previous MDS version with different MLFB C.1.2 MDS D124 (MLFB 6GT2600-0AC00) Application area The MDS D124 is a passive, maintenance-free transponder based on the ISO 15693 standard with I-Code technology. It was designed for applications in production and distribution logistics as well as product identification.
  • Page 303 Previous versions C.1 Previous MDS version with different MLFB Technical data Table C- 2 Technical data for MDS D124 Memory size 128 bytes Memory configuration Serial number 8-byte (fixed code)   Configuration memory 6 bytes   AFI/DSFID 2 bytes ...
  • Page 304 Previous versions C.1 Previous MDS version with different MLFB Ambient temperature Operation -25 to +125°C   Transport and storage -40 to +150°C   Weight, approx. Field data Table C- 3 Field data of MDS D124 SLG D10/D10S SLG D10/D10S SLG D10/D10S SLG D11/D11S SLG D12/...
  • Page 305 Previous versions C.1 Previous MDS version with different MLFB Metal-free area Figure C-3 Metal-free area for MDS D124 Note If the minimum guide values (h) are not observed, a reduction of the field data results. It is possible to mount the MDS with metal screws (M3 countersunk head screws). This has no tangible impact on the range.
  • Page 306: Mds D139 (Mlfb 6Gt2600-0Aa00)

    Previous versions C.1 Previous MDS version with different MLFB C.1.3 MDS D139 (MLFB 6GT2600-0AA00) Application area These reusable, cyclic heat-proof transponders with a limited service life are required for use in production logistics and in assembly lines subject to high temperatures (up to +200 °C). The MDS D139 is a passive, maintenance-free transponder with 44 bytes of user memory.
  • Page 307 Previous versions C.1 Previous MDS version with different MLFB Technical data Table C- 5 Technical data for MDS D139 Memory size 64 bytes Memory configuration Serial number 8 bytes (fixed code)   Configuration memory 8 bytes   Family code/application UID 4 bytes ...
  • Page 308 Previous versions C.1 Previous MDS version with different MLFB Ambient temperature Operation -25 °C to permanent    +100 °C +140 °C 20% reduction in the limit   distance +200 °C Tested up to 4,000 hours   or 1,500 cycles 220 °C Tested up to 2000 hours...
  • Page 309 Previous versions C.1 Previous MDS version with different MLFB Dimensions (in mm) Figure C-5 Dimensions of MDS D139 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 310 Previous versions C.1 Previous MDS version with different MLFB Metal-free area Figure C-6 Metal-free area for MDS D139 Figure C-7 MDS D139: Mounting with a spacer Note If the minimum guide values (h) are not observed, a reduction of the field data results. It is possible to mount the MDS with metal screws (M5).
  • Page 311: Discontinued Slg With Ant D5

    It is designed for a range of up to 480 mm. The write/read device is equipped with a serial RS 232 interface (RS 422 interface on request) which supports communication with the PC or non-Siemens PLCs. For fast and easy programming, a C library is available to the user that supports the use of Windows 9x, 2000, NT and XP.
  • Page 312 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Ordering data Table C- 7 Ordering data for SLG D10 ANT D5 Product Order No. Write/read device SLG D10 ANT D5 6GT2601-0AA00 With RS 232 serial interface for standard PC, with separate antenna Accessories: Spacer kit for ANT D5 6GT2690-0AB00...
  • Page 313 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Technical data Table C- 8 Technical data for SLG D10 ANT D5 Inductive interface to the MDS Transmission frequency 13.56 MHz Transponders supported Transponders to ISO 15693 and I-Code1 Serial interface to the user RS 232 (RS 422 on request) Transmission protocol Asynchronous 8 bit...
  • Page 314 The antenna cable is permanently preassembled. Any modifications made to the cable will invalidate both the warranty and the CE approval. FCC information Siemens MOBY D SLG D10 FCC ID: NXW-MOBYD-SLGD10 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two...
  • Page 315 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 IC information The installer of this radio equipment must ensure that the antenna is located or pointed such that it does not emit RF field in excess of Health Canada limits for the general population; consult Safety Code 6, obtainable from Health Canada's website www.hc-sc.gc.ca/rpb.
  • Page 316 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Metal-free area Figure C-10 Metal-free area for SLG D10 ANT D5 Planning the When installing in the vicinity of metal, observe the instructions in the Sectoion MOBY D system Definition of distance D Figure C-11 Distance D: SLG D10 ANT D5 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 317 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Dimensions (in mm) Figure C-12 Dimension drawing for SLG D10 ANT D5 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 318 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Note In order to guarantee optimum field data even in the vicinity of metal, ANT D5 is calibrated at the factory at a distance of 100 mm from metal. Spacer kit for MOBY D ANT D5 Write/read devices, SLG D10 basic unit See the Section MOBY D...
  • Page 319: Slg D11 Ant D5 (Mlfb 6Gt2601-0Ac00)

    It is designed for a range of up to 380 mm (depending on the label). The write/read device is equipped with a serial RS 232 interface which supports communication with the PC or non-Siemens PLCs. For fast and easy programming, a C library is available to the user that supports the use of Windows 9x, 2000, NT and XP.
  • Page 320 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Technical data Table C- 11 Technical data for SLG D11 ANT D5 Inductive interface to the MDS Transmission frequency 13.56 MHz Transponders supported Transponders to ISO 15693 and I-Code1 Serial interface to the user RS 232 Transmission protocol Asynchronous 8 bit...
  • Page 321 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Antenna attachment 4 x M5 screws Ambient temperature Operation -25 °C to +55 °C   Transport and storage -25 °C to +70 °C   MTBF SLG D11 2.0 x 10 hours ...
  • Page 322 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 FCC information Siemens MOBY D SLG D11 FCC ID: NXW-MOBYD-SLGD11 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, and (2) This device must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 323 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Transmission window Figure C-14 Transmission window for SLG D11 ANT D5 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 324 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Metal-free area Figure C-15 Metal-free area for SLG D11 ANT D5 Planning the When installing in the vicinity of metal, observe the instructions in the Section MOBY D system Definition of distance D Figure C-16 Distance D: SLG D11 ANT D5 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 325 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Dimensions (in mm) Figure C-17 Dimension drawing for SLG D11 ANT D5 Note In order to guarantee optimum field data even in the vicinity of metal, ANT D5 is calibrated at the factory at a distance of 100 mm from metal. Spacer kit for MOBY D ANT D5 Write/read devices, SLG D10 basic unit See the Section...
  • Page 326: Slg D10S Ant D5 (6Gt2602-0Aa00)

    Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 C.2.4 SLG D10S ANT D5 (6GT2602-0AA00) Application area SLG D10S ANT D5 is a write/read device in the high-end performance range with a serial interface and a separate antenna which has been specially designed for warehouses, logistics and distribution.
  • Page 327 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Technical data Table C- 14 Technical data for SLG D10S ANT D5 Inductive interface to the MDS Transmission frequency 13.56 MHz Transponders supported Transponders according to ISO 15693 and I- Code1 Serial interface to the user RS 422 Transmission protocol Asynchronous 8 bit...
  • Page 328 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Connector Antenna (plugs into SLG) TNC connector   RS 422 interface 9-pin Sub-D connector (male)   Power supply 4-pin M12 connector (male)   SLG fixing 4 x M6 screws Antenna attachment 4 x M5 screws Ambient temperature...
  • Page 329 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 FCC information Siemens MOBY D SLG D10S FCC ID: NXW-MOBYD-SLGD10 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, and (2) This device must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 330 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Transmission window Figure C-19 Transmission window for SLG D10S ANT D5 Metal-free area Figure C-20 Metal-free area for SLG D10S ANT D5 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 331 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Planning the When installing in the vicinity of metal, observe the instructions in the Section MOBY D system Definition of distance D Figure C-21 Distance D: SLG D10S ANT D5 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 332 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Dimensions (in mm) Figure C-22 Dimension drawing for SLG D10S ANT D5 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 333: Slg D11S Ant D5 (6Gt2602-0Ac00)

    Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Note In order to guarantee optimum field data even in the vicinity of metal, ANT D5 is calibrated at the factory at a distance of 100 mm from metal. Spacer kit for MOBY D ANT D5 Write/read devices, SLG D10 basic unit See the Section C.2.5...
  • Page 334 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Ordering data Table C- 16 Ordering data for SLG D11S ANT D5 Order Write/read device SLG D11S ANT D5 6GT2602-0AC00 With a serial RS 422 interface for connection to ASM 452, ASM 456, ASM 473 and ASM 475, with a remote antenna Accessories: Spacer kit for ANT D5...
  • Page 335 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Technical data Table C- 17 Technical data for SLG D11S ANT D5 Inductive interface to the MDS Transmission frequency 13.56 MHz Transponders supported Transponders to ISO 15693 and I-Code1 Serial interface to the user RS 422 Transmission protocol Asynchronous 8 bit...
  • Page 336 1) In order to guarantee optimum field data even in the vicinity of metal, ANT D5 is calibrated at the factory at a distance of 100 mm from metal. FCC information Siemens MOBY D SLG D11S FCC ID: NXW-MOBYD-SLGD11 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two...
  • Page 337 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 IC information The installer of this radio equipment must ensure that the antenna is located or pointed such that it does not emit RF field in excess of Health Canada limits for the general population; consult Safety Code 6, obtainable from Health Canada's website www.hc-sc.gc.ca/rpb.
  • Page 338 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Metal-free area Figure C-25 Metal-free area for SLG D11S ANT D5 Planning the When installing in the vicinity of metal, observe the instructions in the Section MOBY D system Definition of distance D Figure C-26 Distance D: SLG D11S ANT D5 MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 339 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Dimensions (in mm) Figure C-27 Dimension drawing for SLG D11S ANT D5 Note In order to guarantee optimum field data even in the vicinity of metal, ANT D5 is calibrated at the factory at a distance of 100 mm from metal. MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 340 Previous versions C.2 Discontinued SLG with ANT D5 Spacer kit for MOBY D ANT D5 SLG D10 basic unit spacer kit for MOBY D ANT D5. See Section MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 341: List Of Abbreviations

    List of abbreviations Communauté Européenne: CE mark Federal Communications Commission Industry Canada Field length in X direction Field length in Y direction Mobile data storage units Read/write device Service and test unit Interface module International Electrotechnical Commission MOBY D System Manual, 01/2010, J31069-D0147-A6-7618...
  • Page 342 List of abbreviations Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker [Association of German Electrical Engineers] RFID Radio Frequency Identification Devices Underwriter Laboratories, USA Canadian Standard Association Electromagnetic compatibility Function block Function Operating distance between MDS and SLG Limit distance Length of a transmission window Intersection of the axes of symmetry of the MDS Unique Identification.
  • Page 343: Glossary

    Glossary Active field Area with minimum field strength containing the transmission window, as well as the areas in which the field strength is no longer sufficient for data exchange. Active surface See active field Automation system (AS) A programmable logical controller (PLC) of the SIMATIC S7 system, comprising a central controller, a CPU and various I/O modules.
  • Page 344 Glossary Dynamic mode In dynamic mode, the data carrier moves past the write/read device at a traversing rate which depends on the configuration. Various checking mechanisms (CRC, etc.) ensure error-free data transfer even under extreme environmental conditions. A serial connection (up to 300 m) is used to connect the write/read device directly to an interface module, PC, or any other system.
  • Page 345 Glossary Multi-tag capability Multi-tag capability means that a write/read device can communicate simultaneously with different data carriers. Programmable logic controller (PLC) The programmable logical controllers (PLC) of the SIMATIC S5 system consist of a central controller, one or more CPUs, and various other modules (e.g. I/O modules). Reader/writer See write/read device Readers...
  • Page 346 Glossary Transponder An invented word from transmitter and responder. Transponders are used on the product, the product carrier, the object, or its transport or packaging unit, and contain production and manufacturing data, i.e. all application-specific data. They follow the product through assembly lines, transfer and production lines and are used to control material flow.
  • Page 347: Index

    Index ANT connecting cable Cabinet configuration, 75 Antenna connecting cable, 93 Cable ANT D10 Shielding, 81 Definition of distance D, 214 Cable configuration, 85 Dimensions, 228 Certificates, 295 Technical data, 211 Communication Transmission window, 225 with the SLG, 30 ANT D5 Contact partner, 299 Definition of distance D, 214 Coupling paths, 74...
  • Page 348 Index SLG D10S ANT D5 Definition of distance D, 331 Dimensions, 332 Memory division, 97 Field data, 329 MDS D124 Metal-free area, 330 Dimensions, 304 Ordering data, 326 Field data, 304 Technical data, 327 Metal-free area, 305 Transmission window, 330 Ordering data, 302 SLG D10S basic unit Technical data, 303...
  • Page 350 Get more Information www.siemens.com/simatic-sensors SIEMENS AG subject to change Industry Sector J31069-D0147-A6-7618 Sensors and Communication © Siemens AG 2010 Postfach 4848 90026 NÜRNBERG DEUTSCHLAND www.siemens.com/automation...