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Manual
Compact Reader ARE I2
Installation Guide
for Systems with a
Serial Interface (RS 232)

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  • Page 1: Installation Guide

    Manual Compact Reader ARE I2 Installation Guide for Systems with a Serial Interface (RS 232)

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Manual Page 2 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Contents INTRODUCTION SYSTEM OVERVIEW START-UP PROCEDURE INSTALLATION Mounting of the Housing Grounding of the Reader Assemblage of the Line Connectors 4.3.1 Allowed Diameter of the Used Cables 4.3.2 Assembling of the Cable Pipe 4.3.3...

  • Page 3

    Manual Page 3 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide BD- Baudrate TOR – Maximum Reading Time VS- Show Parameter 6.10 VSAVE – Save Parameter OPERATING MODES OF THE READER Mode 2 – Triggered by an Software Command 7.1.1 Settings of the Reader / Most Used Parameters 7.1.2...

  • Page 4

    Manual Page 4 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Identifikationssysteme GmbH Söflinger Straße 100 D-89077 Ulm Tel. ++49(0)731-933-1340/1877 Fax ++49(0)731-933-1855 e-mail: info@AEGID.de...

  • Page 5: Introduction

    Manual Page 5 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Introduction This document will describe the components of the Compact Reader System ARE I2 / RS 232 and the procedure how to do the first set up of the reader. The main features of the reader are listed below: •...

  • Page 6: Start-up Procedure

    Manual Page 6 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide The connection of the cables (power supply and data transfer) is done inside of the connection cab (SAB Cab). Together with an sealing element a protection classification of IP 65 is guar- anteed.

  • Page 7: Installation

    Manual Page 7 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Installation To get the specified reading performance it is necessary to do the installation carefully step by step as it is described in the following Chapters. All the work must be done by well educated people.

  • Page 8: Allowed Diameter Of The Used Cables

    Manual Page 8 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Inside of the SAB Cap there are the pins of following connections: • power supply • data link to the serial interface RS232 The codes to order the SAB Cabs and preassembled cables are listed below: ID 70212 SAB-Cab incl.

  • Page 9: Mounting Of The Power Supply Cable

    Manual Page 9 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 4.3.3 Mounting of the Power Supply Cable The power supply cable must be mounted in following steps: • Remove all inner parts from the cable pipe at the SAB Cab (1) ( nut (5), pipe(4) and cable fastener (3)) (see Figure 4-2) •...

  • Page 10: Assembling Of The Power Supply And Data Cable (single Cable Pipe)

    Manual Page 10 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide green black shielding GND (0V) +9..30V ARE I2 4.3.4 Assembling of the Power Supply and Data Cable (Single Cable Pipe) The connection of the cable is also done inside of the SAB Cab. Instead of an 2-wire power supply cable there is now an 5-wire data cable needed.

  • Page 11: Final Assembly Of The Cable Pipe

    Manual Page 11 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 4.3.5 Final Assembly of the Cable Pipe • Pull by and by all the cable back, until the isolation of the cables are near to beginning of the cable pipes.

  • Page 12: Using The Service Cable Id 70213

    Manual Page 12 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 4.3.7 Using the Service Cable ID 70213 Using the Service Cable, no special assembly work inside of the SAB Cab has be done by the customer.

  • Page 13: Using The Power Supply And Data Cable Id 70212

    Manual Page 13 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 4.3.8 Using the Power Supply and Data Cable ID 70212 Using the Power Supply and Data Cable, no special assembly work inside of the SAB Cab has be done by the customer.

  • Page 14: Visual Signal Lamps

    Manual Page 14 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Visual Signal Lamps To show the operational state or results there are 5 LED at the side of the housing. Moderne elektronische Objekterkennung und Verfolgung ARE I2 twinkles, if the processor works.

  • Page 15: Settings Of The Reader / Most Important Parameters

    Manual Page 15 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Settings of the Reader / Most Important Parameters The default value of the operating mode parameter is 2.. • MD 2 triggered by an software command – default value •...

  • Page 16: Error Codes

    Manual Page 16 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide After entering a valid command together with a parameter value, the system answers by sending the parameter value and <CR>. Example: Command: MD <SP> 2 <CR> Output: 2 <CR>...

  • Page 17: Cn - Suppression Of No Reads

    Manual Page 17 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Input format: CID <SP> parameter <CR> Parameter: Value Function no filter function , (default value) suppression of repeatedly read IDs Please note: The CID parameter is only active, if the GT-Command is applied or the reader is in the Continuos Reading Mode.

  • Page 18

    Manual Page 18 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide one out of one (no effect) two out of two ; (default value) Output (example): 1 <CR> Sequence of readings Length of the reading cycle Result of the reading cycle NoRead 1 reading...

  • Page 19: Ec- Echo

    Manual Page 19 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide EC- Echo The command EC changes of the echo function setting. Input format: EC <SP> parameter <CR> Parameter: Function echo on echo off Output (example): 0 <CR>...

  • Page 20: Söflinger Straße

    Manual Page 20 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide TOR – Maximum Reading Time Timeout for the reader. TOR is used in operation mode 2 as maximum gating time for a reading process . The length of the maximum gating time results from the equation gat- ing_time = TOR * TB.

  • Page 21: Operating Modes Of The Reader

    Manual Page 21 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Operating Modes of the Reader There are two operational modes defined: • Mode 2 The reading process is triggered by an software command coming from the serial interface. •...

  • Page 22: Settings Of The Reader / Most Used Parameters

    Manual Page 22 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide exciter processor reading cycle reading cycle reading cycle interface NoRead reading process Figure 7.1.2 : Software triggered reading operation with TOR>0 Please note: The TOR parameter is only active, if the GT-Command is applied. Within the time span defined by the value of TOR no NoRead will be output on the interface! 7.1.1 Settings of the Reader / Most Used Parameters The default operation mode is changed by sending a software command to the reader.

  • Page 23: Basic Data Exchange Process

    Manual Page 23 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 7.1.2 Basic Data Exchange Process The master has to send an software command to start an read or write process of the reader. After doing all the necessary work at the readers site, the result of the reading or writing proc- ess or an failure code is sent back to the master.

  • Page 24: Selective Read Rd

    Manual Page 24 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 7.1.4.2 Selective Read RD • Start the reader with the command RD plus Parameters ( plus <CR>). see example below. - You can read out one block of the transponders memory, if the address of only one .

  • Page 25: Identifikationssysteme Gmbh

    Manual Page 25 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide • Wait for the answer • Analyse the received answer: 3 characters plus <CR>. <ACK> <CR> Writing process was successful <NAK> <CR> Writing process was not successful. <NOT>...

  • Page 26: Operating Mode 0 - Continuous Reading

    Manual Page 26 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Operating Mode 0 - Continuous Reading When operating continuously the exciter is switched on permanently. The reading cycles are initiated periodically. After an accomplished reading cycle the reading information is evaluated. After that data (ei- ther transponder number or NoRead code) is output to the serial interface exciter processor...

  • Page 27: Identifikationssysteme Gmbh

    Manual Page 27 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide • NID 1 failure protection.; selection guide 2 out 2 transponder codes The result of the reading process may also seen at the LED’s. • LED L2 lit, if there was a successful read •...

  • Page 28: Instructions

    Manual Page 28 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Instructions General Instructions To avoid any reduction of the reading distance of the reader, the housing must not be brought next to a metal surface. This could lead to a significant change of the properties of the antenna circuit, which in turn reduces the reading range considerably! To get reliable readings, the distance between reader and transponder must be within the speci- fied reading volume.

  • Page 29: Special Instructions For Using A Read / Write System

    Manual Page 29 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Special Instructions for Using a Read / Write System To transfer the data to the transponder or to control the selective read process, all standard transponder types uses a 100%-pulse-gap-modulation technique.

  • Page 30: Hotline

    If there are questions or suggestions please be so free an phone: Fax: ++49 (0)731-933-1855 e-mail: info@aegid.de http:\ www.aegid.de Reference Documentation [1]: Manual: ASB 1.0 (AEG ID standard operating system) Revisions The initial English Edition is based on Revision 1 of the German Manual Edition Nr date 19.12.2001 09.09.03 Revision Changes: Rev.

  • Page 31: Appendix

    Manual Page 31 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Appendix 12.1 Best Orientation for an F-Type -Reader F-Typ-Reading Coil- Best Orientation Transponder Disc Transponder Compact Reader ARE I2 Internal Antenna F-Typ Identifikationssysteme GmbH Söflinger Straße 100 D-89077 Ulm Tel.

  • Page 32: Best Orientation For An L-type -reader

    Manual Page 32 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 12.2 Best Orientation for an L-Type -Reader L-Typ-Reader Coil- Best Orientation DiscTransponder Rod Transponder Bauteilname Compact Reader ARE I2 Internal Antenna L-Typ Identifikationssysteme GmbH Söflinger Straße 100 D-89077 Ulm Tel.

  • Page 33: Assembling Of The Sab Cab

    Manual Page 33 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 12.3 Assembling of the SAB Cab Identifikationssysteme GmbH Söflinger Straße 100 D-89077 Ulm Tel. ++49(0)731-933-1340/1877 Fax ++49(0)731-933-1855 e-mail: info@AEGID.de...

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