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V680 Series
User's Manual
DeviceNet ID Slave
V680-HAM42-DRT
V680-D1KP52MT
V680-D1KP66T/-D1KP66MT
V680-D1KP66T-SP
V680-D2KF52M
V680-D2KF67/-D2KF67M
V680-D8KF68/-D32KF68
V680-HS51
V680-HS52
V680-HS63
V680-HS65
ID Tags
Cat. No. Z278-E1-01

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    V680 Series User’s Manual DeviceNet ID Slave V680-HAM42-DRT Antennas V680-HS51 V680-HS52 V680-HS63 V680-HS65 ID Tags V680-D1KP52MT V680-D1KP66T/-D1KP66MT V680-D1KP66T-SP V680-D2KF52M V680-D2KF67/-D2KF67M V680-D8KF68/-D32KF68 Cat. No. Z278-E1-01...

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    Introduction Thank you for purchasing a V680-series RFID System. This manual describes the functions, performance, and application methods needed for optimum use of the V680-series RFID System. Please observe the following items when using the RFID System. • Allow the RFID System to be installed and operated only by qualified specialist with a sufficient knowledge of electrical systems.

  • Page 3: Introduction

    READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS DOCUMENT Introduction Product Overview Section 1 Names and Functions of Components Section 2 Functions and Operation Section 3 Installation, Connections, and Wiring Section 4 I/O Settings and Control Methods Section 5 Troubleshooting Section 6 Appendices Section 7 RFID System V680-HAM42-DRT ID Slave...

  • Page 4: Read And Understand This Document

    Please read and understand this document before using the products. Please consult your OMRON representative if you have any questions or comments. WARRANTY OMRON’s exclusive warranty is that the products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year (or other period if specified) from date of sale by OMRON.

  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    Introduction Safety Precautions Alert Symbols for Safe Use The following symbols are used in this manual to indicate precautions that must be observed to ensure safe use of the V680-HAM42-DRT, V680-series Antennas, and V680-series ID Tags. The precautions provided here contain important safety information. Be sure to observe these precautions. The following signal words are used in this manual.

  • Page 6: Regulations And Standards

    Introduction Regulations and Standards The Products conform to the following overseas regulations and standards. 1. The United States ID Slave Antenna FCC Part 15 Subpart C V680-HAM42-DRT V680-HS51 FCC ID: E4E6CYSIDV6800108 V680-HS52 V680-HS63 V680-HS65 FCC NOTICE This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference.

  • Page 7

    Spanish Por medio de la presente Omron declara que el RFID Sistema, V680-HS51 Serie, V680-HS52 Serie, V680-HS63 Serie, V680-HS65 Serie, V680-HAM42- DRT Serie esta conforme a los requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE.

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    Introduction 3. Japan ID Slave Antenna Equipment using high frequencies: Inductive Reading/Writing V680-HAM42-DRT V680-HS51 Communications Equipment V680-HS52 Conforming standards: Inductive Reading/Writing Communications V680-HS63 Equipment; Standard: ARIB STD-T82 V680-HS65 EC-08004 RFID System User's Manual...

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    Introduction 4. Canada ID Slave Antenna IC ID: 850J-V6800108 V680-HAM42-DRT V680-HS51 V680-HS52 V680-HS63 V680-HS65 This device complies with RSS-Gen of IC 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 received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

  • Page 10: Precautions For Safe Use

    9. Turn OFF the Controller power supply before mounting or removing an Antenna. 10. If an error is detected in any Product, immediately stop operation and turn OFF the power supply. Consult with an OMRON representative. 11. Dispose of the Products as industrial waste.

  • Page 11: Precautions For Correct Use

    Introduction Precautions for Correct Use Always observe the following precautions to prevent operation failures, malfunctions, and adverse effects on performance and equipment. 1. Installation and Storage Environment Do not use or store the Product in the following locations. • Locations subject to corrosive gases, dust, dirt, metal powder, or salt. •...

  • Page 12: Meanings Of Symbols

    Introduction Meanings of Symbols Indicates particularly important points related to a function, including precautions and application advice. Indicates page numbers containing relevant information. Indicates reference to helpful information and explanations for difficult terminology. RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    Introduction Table of Contents Introduction READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS DOCUMENT Safety Precautions Regulations and Standards Precautions for Safe Use Precautions for Correct Use Meanings of Symbols Table of Contents Section 1 Product Overview Features System Configuration Application Flowchart Section 2 Names and Functions of Components ID Slave Antennas ID Tags...

  • Page 14: Table Of Contents

    Introduction Timing Charts Sample Program for Host Section 6 Troubleshooting Handling Errors Errors and Countermeasures Maintenance and Inspection Section 7 Appendices Product Specifications Characteristics Reference Data ID Tag Memory Map ID Tag Memory Capacities and Memory Types Multi-vendor Use Chemical Resistance of the Antennas Chemical Resistance of ID Tags Degree of Protection Revision History...

  • Page 15: Section 1 Product Overview

    Section 1 Product Overview Features System Configuration Application Flowchart RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 16: Features

    Section 1 Product Overview Features The V680-series RFID System uses electromagnetic induction and supports the ISO/IEC 18000-3 (ISO/IEC 15693) RFID system international standards. With compliance to DeviceNet, a world standard for host interfaces, the V680 enables constructing more universal systems. Compatible with DeviceNet Compliance with DeviceNet enables constructing more universal systems.

  • Page 17: System Configuration

    Section 1 Product Overview System Configuration The ID Slave conforms to the open network DeviceNet and enables simple connection for slaves using special connectors. One-touch connectors on the Amplifier and Antenna improve usability. Also, any of the V680- series ID Tags can be used. DeviceNet Master Unit Master Unit Master Unit...

  • Page 18: Application Flowchart

    Section 1 Product Overview Application Flowchart Install the system. p.40 Connect the system. p.42 Perform actual communications using commands. p.60 RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 19: Section 2 Names And Functions Of Components

    Section 2 Names and Functions of Components ID Slave Antennas ID Tags RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 20: Id Slave

    ID Slave operating mode setting switch Node Address Switches Node address setting switches (00 to 63) DeviceNet Connector Connects to DeviceNet Master Unit. Power Supply Connector Connect to 24-VDC power. Recommended Power Supply: S8VS-03024(OMRON) Antenna Connector Connects to V680-series Antenna (V680-HS@@). RFID System User's Manual...

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    Section 2 Names and Functions of Components Functions Operation Indicators MS Indicator The MS indicator shows the ID Slave status. Status Definition Lit green Normal Flashing green Settings not made. Lit red Fatal error (Hardwere error) Flashing red Non-fatal error (node adress switch steeing error) Not lit No power NS Indicator...

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    Section 2 Names and Functions of Components Mode Switch The mode switch sets the ID Slave’s operating mode. Maximum accessible bytes Words allocated in Mode Symbol Description for ID Tag data Master Unit 4-byte access mode Read/Write: 4 bytes each IN/OUT: 4 words each 16CH 26-byte access mode...

  • Page 23: Antenna Connector

    Section 2 Names and Functions of Components DeviceNet Connector The DeviceNet connector port connects the ID Slave to the DeviceNet Master Unit. Use the enclosed connector. Enclosed connector model: FKC2.5/5-ST-5.08-RFAUM (Phoenix Contact) Pin No. Name Signal type V− Power supply negative side CAN_L Low communications data...

  • Page 24: Antennas

    Section 2 Names and Functions of Components Antennas V680-HS51 (2) Communications surface (3) Ferrite core V680-HS52 (4) Connector (2) Communications (1) Operation indicator (3) Ferrite core sufrace (4) Connector V680-HS63 (2) Communications surface (3) Ferrite core (4) Connector (1) Operation indicator V680-HS65 (2) Communications surface (1) Operation...

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    Section 2 Names and Functions of Components ID Tags ■ V680-D1KP52MT/-D2KF52M ■ V680-D1KP66T/-D1KP66MT ■ V680-D1KP66T-SP ■ V680-D2KF67/-D2KF67M ■ V680-D8KF68/-D32KF68 The ID Slave communications with the ID Tags through the Antenna to read and write data in the internal memory of the ID Tags. The printed side is the communications surface.

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    Section 2 Names and Functions of Components MEMO RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 27: Section 3 Functions And Operation

    Section 3 Functions and Operation ID Slave ID Tags RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 28

    Section 3 Functions and Operation ID Slave Communications with ID Tags With the ID Slave, the operating mode is set on the mode switch and the command is selected to communicate with the ID Tags. Operating Mode There are four operating modes. For the mode settings, refer to Names and Functions of Components in Section 2.

  • Page 29

    Section 3 Functions and Operation Communications Test Mode During system installation or maintenance, the mode switch can be set to 7 (Communications Test Mode) to read ID Tag data when the power supply is turned ON. The communications results are display on the operation indicators and the data/error code indicators.

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    Section 3 Functions and Operation Commands Communications with the ID Tag is controlled by commands allocated to the ID Slave signals. Using 4-byte (4CH), 26-byte (16CH), and 58-byte (32CH) Access Modes Command Explanation READ Data in the ID Tag memory is read by specifying the memory of address and the number of bytes to process.

  • Page 31

    Section 3 Functions and Operation Options The following functions can be used with the ID Slave by setting the control signal options. Using 4-byte (4CH), 26-byte (16CH), and 58-byte (32CH)Access Modes Function Explanation Communications Speed The communications time required for writing large amounts of data to the ID Tag using the DATA FILL command can be reduced by setting the communications speed to high.

  • Page 32: Reference Information

    Section 3 Functions and Operation Noise Measurement You can check whether noise that affects communications with ID Tags exists in the area where the Antenna and ID Slave are installed. When a noise measurement command is sent from the PLC, the noise strength received by the Antenna is output in a value from 00 to 63 hex.

  • Page 33

    Section 3 Functions and Operation ID Tag Communications Test Mode The status of communications with ID Tags can be checked without performing any operations at the host. Set the mode switch to 7 to enter Tag Communications Test Mode. The mode will not changed if the mode switch is set after the power is turned ON.

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    Section 3 Functions and Operation ID Tags Write Protection The write protection function protects important data stored in the memory of a ID Tag, such as the product model or type, from being overwritten inadvertently. Enable the write protection function after writing important data as described in this section. Using 4-byte (4CH), 26-byte (16CH), and 58-byte (32CH) Access Mode Setting Write Protection For the write protection function to be effective, it must be enabled or disabled in both the ID Slave...

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    Section 3 Functions and Operation Example of Write Protection Start Address is Lower Than the End Address The memory area between the start address and end address will be write-protected. 0000 Address Upper digits Lower digits 0015 Write- protected 0000 hex 0120 0001 hex 0002 hex...

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    Section 3 Functions and Operation Start Address is Higher Than End Address The memory area between the start address and the last ID Tag address, as well as the area between 0004 hex and the end address will be write-protected. Address Upper digits Lower digits...

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    Section 3 Functions and Operation Using V600-compatible Modes (SYNC1, SYNC2, AUTO1, AUTO2) The write protection for V680-compatible modes (SYNC1, SYNC2, AUTO1, AUTO2) operates with the same method as the V600 (the previous model). The V600 write protection function has two setting methods depending on the type of ID Tag. Use the following procedure to make the settings for each write protection method.

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    Section 3 Functions and Operation V680-D2KF@@ / -D8KF68 / -D32KF68 Setting Write Protection Write protection is set in the 4 bytes of ID Tag addresses 0002 to 0005 hex. The setting for the most significant bit of address 0002 hex enables or disables write protection for the ID Tag. •...

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    Section 3 Functions and Operation Write Protection Setting Example Start Address Lower Than the End Address The memory area between the start address and end address will be write-protected. 0000 Address Upper digits Lower digits 0015 Write- protected 0002 hex Area 0120 0003 hex...

  • Page 40

    Section 3 Functions and Operation Start Address Higher Than End Address The memory area between the start address and the last ID Tag address, as well as the area between 0006 hex and the end address will be write-protected. Address Upper digits Lower digits 0002 hex...

  • Page 41: Section 4 Installation, Connections, And Wiring

    Section 4 Installation, Connections, and Wiring Installing ID Slave Installing Antennas Installing ID Tags RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 42: Installing Id Slave

    End Plate PFP-100N2 PFP-M DIN Track OMRON PFP-100N2 (track length: 1 m) is recommended. 1. First hook the ID Slave to part A, then press it in direction B to mount it to the DIN Track. 2. To disconnect the ID Slave from the DIN Track, pull the mounting hook downwards, and then lift the ID Slave upwards.

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    Leave space between the ID Slave of at least 10 mm. 10 mm min. 10 mm min. Spacer End Plate End Plate Spacer Use at least 2 OMRON DIN Track Spacers. (Each Spacer is 5 mm wide.) Spacer PFP-S RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 44

    Installation, Connections, and Wiring Connection and Wiring DeviceNet Remote Connector Use the connector that comes with the Unit. You must provide the connecting cable. Brand Model Note Cable OMRON DCA1/DAC2-5C10 1.0 mm (equivalent to AWG18) Connector FKC2.5/5ST5.08RFAUM Crimp When one line is...

  • Page 45

    If the connector is difficult to remove, press on the ID Slave while pulling on the connector. Do not connect cables to the connector after attaching the connector to the ID Slave. Use the recommended Power Supply (S8VS-03024, OMRON). RFID System...

  • Page 46: Mounting The Antenna

    Section 4 Installation, Connections, and Wiring Antenna Connector Mounting the Antenna Hold the connector part of the Antenna and insert it into the Antenna port while matching the key on the Unit with the groove on the connector. Antenna connector Turn the connector clockwise to lock it in place.

  • Page 47: Installing Antennas

    Section 4 Installation, Connections, and Wiring Installing Antennas V680-HS51 Install the Antenna using the nuts and toothed washer that are provided on both sides of the mounting material, as shown in the diagram below. Metallic material Mounting Hole Dimensions Nuts Antenna +0.5 dia.

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    Section 4 Installation, Connections, and Wiring V680-HS63 Installation from the Front Coil center Two, M4 ±0.2 Installation from the Back Insert the nuts that come with the Antenna into sections A. Two, 4.5 dia. Coil center ±0.2 Securely tighten screws to a torque of 1.2 N·m. RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 49

    Section 4 Installation, Connections, and Wiring V680-HS65 Use M4 screws and spring washers (in four places) for Antenna installation. Four, M4 ±0.2 ±0.2 Securely tighten screws to a torque of 0.7 to 1.2 N·m. Mounting Bracket Dimensions (Provided Only with the V680-HS65) Note: When installing the Antenna, mount it on the enclosed Mounting Bracket.

  • Page 50: Installing Id Tags

    Section 4 Installation, Connections, and Wiring Installing ID Tags V680-D1KP52MT Tag Installation Mount ID Tags as shown in the diagram on the right. The R0.2 max. epoxy adhesives listed in the following table are recommended for the given temperature ranges. +0.1 dia.

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    Section 4 Installation, Connections, and Wiring V680-D1KP66MT Mount the ID Tag to metal using M3 pan-head screws Mounting Hole Dimensions from the marked side. Tighten the screws to a torque Two, M3 of 0.3 to 0.5 N·m. M3 pan-head screw ±0.2 Marked ±0.2...

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    Section 4 Installation, Connections, and Wiring V680-D2KF52M Tag Installation R0.2 max. Mount Tags as shown in the diagram on the right. The epoxy adhesives listed in the following table are recommended for the given temperature ranges. +0.1 dia. Ambient operating Product name Manufacturer temperature...

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    Section 4 Installation, Connections, and Wiring V680-D2KF67/-D2KF67M Tag Installation Secure the ID Tag with M3 screws. Tighten the Mounting Hole Dimensions screws to a torque of 0.6 N·m. Two, M3 M3 pan-head screw ±0.2 Marked ±0.2 side Refer to Effect of Surrounding Metals (Reference) in Section 7 Appendices for information on the effect of metal behind the V680-D2KF67M.

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    Section 4 Installation, Connections, and Wiring MEMO RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 55: Section 5 I/o Settings And Control Methods

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods I/O Specifications Timing Charts Sample Program for Host RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 56: I/o Specifications

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods I/O Specifications I/O Allocation Table Mode: 4-byte Access (4CH) The ID Slave is allocated 64 inputs (4 words) and 64 outputs (4 words) in the PLC. The words (word X and word Y) that are allocated depend on the node address set for the Master and the ID Slave.

  • Page 57

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods Mode: 26-byte (16-CH)/58-byte (32CH) Access In 26-byte Access Mode, the ID Slave is allocated 256 inputs (16 words) and 256 outputs (16 words) in the PLC, and in 58-byte Access Mode, it is allocated 512 inputs (32 words) and 512 outputs (32 words) in the PLC.

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    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods I/O Allocations Master Unit to ID Slave Bit 15 Bit 14 Bit 13 Bit 12 Bit 11 Bit 10 Bit 9 Bit 8 Master Unit Output Area Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2...

  • Page 59

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods Signal Names and Functions Master Unit to ID Slave Category Symbol Meaning Interface signal INHIBT/TRG Auto Mode: Functions as INHIBT. 0: No communications with ID Tag. 1: Communications with ID Tag. Trigger Mode (Sync): Functions as TRG. 1: Communications with ID Tag.

  • Page 60

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods V600-compatible Mode The ID Slave is allocated 32 inputs (2 words) and 32 outputs (2 words) in the PLC. The inputs and outputs that are allocated (X words, Y words) depend on the node address set for the Master and the ID Slave.

  • Page 61

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods Signal Names and Functions Master Unit to ID Slave Category Symbol Meaning Interface signal INHIBT/TRG Auto Mode: Functions as INHIBT. 0: No communications with ID Tag. 1: Communications with ID Tag. Trigger Mode (Sync): Functions as TRIG. 1: Communications with ID Tag.

  • Page 62

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods Detailed Command Settings Using 4-byte, 26-byte, and 58-byte Access Modes DATA READ Master Unit to ID Slave Signal Bit length Value Description CMD3 to 0 0000B DATA READ LEN* to LEN0 1 hex to 4 hex Number of bytes to process (4-byte access mode, no ASCII/hex conversion) 1 hex to 8 hex Number of bytes to process (4-byte access mode, ASCII/hex conversion)

  • Page 63

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods DATA WRITE Master Unit to ID Slave Signal Bit length Value Description CMD3 to 0001B DATA WRITE CMD0 LEN* to LEN0 1 hex to 4 hex Number of bytes to process (4-byte access mode, no ASCII/hex conversion) 1 hex to 8 hex Number of bytes to process (4-byte access mode, ASCII/hex conversion)

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    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods BIT SET Master Unit to ID Slave Signal Bit length Value Description CMD3 to 0010B BIT SET CMD0 LEN7 to LEN0 1 to 4 Number of BIT SET data bytes An error will occur if 0, or 5 or higher is specified. ADDR15 to 0000 hex to FFFF hex BIT SET start address...

  • Page 65

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods BIT CLEAR Master Unit to ID Slave Signal Bit length Value Description CMD3 to 0011B BIT Clear CMD0 LEN7 to LEN0 1 to 4 Number of BIT CLEAR data bytes A specification error will occur if 0 hex, or 5 hex or higher is specified. ADDR15 to 0000 hex to FFFF hex BIT CLEAR start address...

  • Page 66

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods DATA FILL Master Unit to ID Slave Signal Bit length Value Description CMD3 to 0100B DATA FILL CMD0 LEN7 to LEN0 1 hex to F hex Number of blocks to process (specified number of blocks x 8 bytes) 4-byte mode If the number of blocks is 0, all memory will be selected.

  • Page 67

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods NOISE MEASUREMENT Master Unit to ID Slave Signal Bit length Value Description CMD3 to 1111B NOISE MEASUREMENT CMD0 ID Slave to Master Unit Mode: 4-byte Access Signal Bit length Value Description NORMAL 0 or 1 Set to 1 when operation is ended normally.

  • Page 68

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods Mode: 26-byte or 58-byte Access Signal Bit length Value Description NORMAL 0 or 1 Set to 1 when operation is ended normally. ERROR 0 or 1 Set to 1 if the command ends in an error. XXX_ERR 0 or 1 The bit corresponding to error completion will be 1, and the error...

  • Page 69

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods Using V600-compatible Mode BIT SET Master Unit to ID Slave Signal Bit length Value Description WRITE/READ Write operation WT_MODE0 BIT WRITE WT_MODE1 BIT SET WT_BYTE 0 or 1 If the bit is 0, the operation will be 8-bit write, and 16-bit write if the bit is 1.

  • Page 70

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods BIT CLEAR Master Unit to ID Slave Signal Bit length Value Description WRITE/READ Write operation WT_MODE0 BIT WRITE WT_MODE1 BIT CLEAR WT_BYTE 0 or 1 If the bit is 0, the operation will be 8-bit write, and 16-bit write if the bit is 1.

  • Page 71: Timing Charts

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods Timing Charts Trigger Mode The Trigger Mode timing chart is shown below. Mode Switch Settings 0 to 2 (4-byte, 26-byte, and 58-byte Access Modes) Communications Range ID Tag BUSY NORMAL ERROR 70_ERR C D E ID Tag within the Antenna's Communications Range A: The PLC turns ON TRG, and sends the execution command to ID Slave.

  • Page 72

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods Mode Switch Settings 3 and 4 (V600-compatible Trigger Mode) Communications Range ID Tag Set time NORMAL Set time ERROR 72_ERR C D E ID Tag within the Antenna's Communications Range A: The PLC turns ON TRG, and sends the execution command to the ID Slave. B: The ID Slave receives TRG, determines WT_AREA, WT_BYTE, WT_MODE1, WT_MODE0, then turns ON HS.

  • Page 73

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods Auto Mode with 100-ms Output Time The timing chart for Auto Mode with a 100-ms output time is shown in the following figure. Mode Switch Settings 0 to 2 (4-byte, 26-byte, and 58-byte Access Mode) Communications Communications Range ID Tag...

  • Page 74

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods Mode Switch Setting 5 (V600-compatible Auto Mode) Communications ID Tag Communications Range Range INHIBIT 100 ms NORMAL ERROR 72_ERR A B C A: The PLC turns ON INHIBIT and sends the execution command to the ID Slave. B: The ID Slave checks that INHIBIT is ON, determines WT_AREA, WT_BYTE, WT_MODE1, WT_MODE0, and then turns OFF HS.

  • Page 75

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods Auto Mode (500-ms Output Time) The timing chart for Auto Mode with a 500-ms output time is shown in the following figure. Mode Switch Settings 0 to 2 (4-byte, 26-byte, and 58-byte Access Mode) Communications Communications ID Tag...

  • Page 76

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods Mode Switch Setting 6 (V600-compatible Auto Mode) Communications Communications Range ID Tag Range INHIBIT 500 ms NORMAL ERROR 72_ERR A B C A: The PLC turns ON INHIBIT, and sends the execution command to the ID Slave. B: The ID Slave checks that INHIBIT is ON, determines WT_AREA, WT_BYTE, WT_MODE1, WT_MODE0, and then turns OFF HS.

  • Page 77: Sample Program For Host

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods Sample Program for Host SampleProgram1 The following is an example of reading 4 bytes from an ID Tag in Trigger (SYNC) Mode starting with address 10 hex. Using 4-byte Access Mode Node Address Switch and Mode Switch Settings Node Address switchs: ”00”...

  • Page 78

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods SampleProgram2 The following is an example of reading 3 bytes from an ID Tag in a V600-compatible mode starting with address 10 hex. ■ V600-compatible Mode Node Address Switch and Mode Switch Settings Node Address switchs: ”00”...

  • Page 79

    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods SampleProgram3 The following is an example of reading 16 bytes from an ID Tag in Auto Mode starting with address 02 hex. ■ Using 26-byte Access Mode. Node Address Switch and Mode Switch Settings Node Address switchs: ”00”...

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    Section 5 I/O Settings and Control Methods MEMO RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 81: Section 6 Troubleshooting

    Section 6 Troubleshooting Handling Errors Errors and Countermeasures Maintenance and Inspection RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 82: Handling Errors

    Section 6 Troubleshooting Handling Errors Check the status of the ID Slave network and hardware by using the MS and NS operation indicators. MS Indicator (Moudule Status) Error Corrective action Lit red Fatal error Error from which recovery is not possible. Replace the ID Slave. Flashing red Non-fatal error Error from which recovery is possible (node address switch setting error).

  • Page 83: Errors And Countermeasures

    Section 6 Troubleshooting Errors and Countermeasures The four main causes of problems that may occur in the ID Slave are as follows: • Noise interference· · · · · · · · · · · · · Take adequate countermeasures against noise. •...

  • Page 84: Maintenance And Inspection

    Section 6 Troubleshooting Maintenance and Inspection The ID Slave must be inspected on a daily or regular basis so that the functions can be used in good condition. The ID Slave consists of semiconductors that last almost indefinitely. The following malfunctions may, however, result due to the operating environment and conditions.

  • Page 85: Section 7 Appendices

    Section 7 Appendices Product Specifications Characteristics Reference Data ID Tag Memory Map ID Tag Memory Capacities and Memory Types Multi-vendor Use Chemical Resistance of the Antennas Chemical Resistance of ID Tags Degree of Protection RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 86: Product Specifications

    Section 7 Appendices Product Specifications ID Slave General Specifications V680-HAM42-DRT Item Model V680-HAM42-DRT Supply voltage 24 VDC +10%/−15%, Ripple (p-p): 10% max. Power consumption 4 W max. (supply voltage: 24 VDC, current consumption: 0.2 A Max.) −10 to 55°C (with no icing) Ambient operating temperature −25 to 65°C (with no icing)

  • Page 87

    Section 7 Appendices Dimensions V680-HAM42-DRT Data indicator Operation indicator Node address switches Mode switch Antenna connector port 21.5 20.5 5.06 DeviceNet connector Power supply connector (Unit: mm) Case material PC + ABS RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 88: General Specifications

    Section 7 Appendices Antenna Four models of Antennas can be used with ID Slave. Select the best Antenna for the application. V680-HS51 General Specifications Item Model V680-HS51 −10 to 60°C (with no icing) Ambient operating temperature −25 to 75°C (with no icing) Ambient storage temperature Ambient operating...

  • Page 89

    Section 7 Appendices V680-HS52-W/R General Specifications Item Model V680-HS52-W V680-HS52-R (Standard cable, waterproof connector) (Flexible cable, non-waterproof connector) −10 to 60°C (with no icing) Ambient operating temperature −25 to 75°C (with no icing) Ambient storage temperature Ambient operating 35% to 95% (with no condensation) humidity Insulation resistance 20 MΩ...

  • Page 90

    Section 7 Appendices Dimensions V680-HS52-W (Unit: mm) 22.5 dia. Two toothed washers Two lock nuts M22 × 1 Mounting Hole Dimensions Ferrite core Operation indicator Antenna Connector 35 dia. 47.8 Insulation cover Coaxial cable, 5.5 dia., standard length: 2 m Case material Brass Communications surface...

  • Page 91

    Section 7 Appendices V680-HS63-W/R General Specifications Item Model V680-HS63-W V680-HS63-R (Standard cable, waterproof connector) (Flexible cable, non-waterproof connector) −10 to 60°C (with no icing) Ambient operating temperature −25 to 75°C (with no icing) Ambient storage temperature Ambient operating 35% to 95% (with no condensation) humidity Insulation resistance 20 MΩ...

  • Page 92

    Section 7 Appendices Dimensions V680-HS63-W (Unit: mm) Antenna Ferrite core Connector Insulation cover Coaxial cable, 5.5 dia., Operation indicator standard length: 2 m Note: Mounting Hole Dimensions Two, M4 or 4.5-dia. holes Coil center Case material ABS resin Fill resin Epoxy resin Cable PVC (gray)

  • Page 93

    Section 7 Appendices V680-HS65-W/R General Specifications Item Model V680-HS65-W V680-HS65-R (Standard cable, waterproof connector) (Flexible cable, non-waterproof connector) −25 to 70°C (with no icing) Ambient operating temperature −40 to 85°C (with no icing) Ambient storage temperature Ambient operating 35% to 95% (with no condensation) humidity Insulation resistance 20 MΩ...

  • Page 94

    Section 7 Appendices Dimensions V680-HS65-W (Unit: mm) 90±0.2 Four, 4.5 dia. (Mounting holes) Ferrite core Connector Operation indicator Bushing Insulation cover Coaxial cable, 5.5 dia., standard length: 2 m Case material ABS resin Fill resin Epoxy resin Cable PVC (gray) V680-HS65-R (Unit: mm) 90±0.2...

  • Page 95

    Section 7 Appendices ID Tags V680-D1KP52MT General Specifications Item Model V680-D1KP52MT Memory capacity 1,000 bytes (user area) Memory type EEPROM Data backup time 10 years after writing (85°C or less), 0.5 years after writing (85 to 125°C) Total data backup time at high temperatures exceeding 125°C is 10 houres (See note.) Memory longevity 100,000 times per block (25°C) −25 to 85°C (with no icing)

  • Page 96

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D1KP66T/-D1KP66MT General Specifications Item Model V680-D1KP66T V680-D1KP66MT Memory capacity 1,000 bytes (user area) Memory type EEPROM Data backup time 10 years after writing (85°C or less), 2.5 years after writing (85 to 125°C) Total data backup time at high temperatures exceeding 125°C is 10 houres (See note.) Memory longevity 100,000 times per block (25°C) −25 to 85°C (with no icing)

  • Page 97

    Section 7 Appendices Dimensions V680-D1KP66T/-D1KP66MT Mouting Hole Dimensions (Unit: mm) Four, R4 Four, R8 25±0.2 Two, M3 25±0.2 25±0.2 Two, 3.5 dia. Two, 6 dia. 25±0.2 35±0.1 Case material PPS resin V600-A86 Attachment (Unit: mm) Four, R5.5 Two, 4 dia. 25±0.2 Two, M3 25±0.2...

  • Page 98

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D1KP66T-SP General Specifications Item Specifications Memory capacity 1,000 bytes Memory type EEPROM Data backup time 10 years after writing (85°C or less) Memory longevity 100,000 times per block (25°C) When communicating: −25 to 70°C (with no icing) Ambient operating When not communicating: −40 to 110°C (with no icing) temperature...

  • Page 99

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D2KF52M General Specifications Item Model V680-D2KF52M Memory capacity 2,000 bytes (user area) Memory type FRAM Data backup time 10 years after writing (55°C or less), 2.9 years after writing (85°C max.) Memory longevity 10 billion times per block. Access frequency (See note): 10 billion times −25 to 85°C (with no icing) Ambient operating temperature...

  • Page 100

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D2KF67/-D2KF67M General Specifications Item Model V680-D2KF67 V680-D2KF67M Memory capacity 2,000 bytes (user area) Memory type FRAM Data backup time 10 years after writing (55°C or less), 2.9 years after writing (85°C max.) Memory longevity 10 billion times per block. Access frequency (See note.): 10 billion times −25 to 85°C (with no icing) Ambient operating temperature...

  • Page 101

    Section 7 Appendices Dimensions (Unit: mm) 13.2 Two, 3.5-dia. Mounting Hole Dimensions mounting holes Two, M3 13.2 40±0.1 −0.5 32±0.2 Mounting reference surface 32±0.2 40±0.1 −0.5 Case material ABS resin Fill resin Epoxy resin RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 102

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D8KF68/-D32KF68 General Specifications Item Model V680-D8KF68 V680-D32KF68 Memory capacity 8,192 bytes (user area) 32,744 bytes (user area) Memory type FRAM Data backup time 10 years after writing (70°C max.), 6 years after writing (85°C max.) Memory longevity 10 billion times per block (85°C or less) Access frequency (See note.): 10 billion times −20 to 85°C (with no icing)

  • Page 103

    Section 7 Appendices General Specifications V680-D8KF68/-D32KF68 Two, 4.5-dia. (Unit: mm) mounting holes Mounting Hole Dimensions 44±0.2 Two, M4 44±0.2 Case material PBT resin Fill resin Epoxy resin V680-A81 Attachment Two, 4.5-dia. (Unit: mm) mounting holes Mounting Hole Dimensions 44±0.2 Two, M4 76±0.2 Case material PBT resin...

  • Page 104: Characteristics

    Section 7 Appendices Characteristics Communications Distance Specifications V680-D1KP52MT Antenna ID Tag Communications distance 0.5 to 6.5 mm (Axis offset: ±2) Read V680-D1KP52MT 0.5 to 6.0 mm (Axis offset: ±2) Write V680-HS51 0.5 to 3.5 mm (Axis offset: ±2) Read V680-D1KP52MT 0.5 to 3.0 mm (Axis offset: ±2) embedded in metal (steel) Write...

  • Page 105

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D1KP66T Antenna ID Tag Communications distance 1.0 to 17.0 mm (Axis offset: ±2) Read V680-HS52 V680-D1KP66T 1.0 to 17.0 mm (Axis offset: ±2) Write 5.0 to 30.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10) Read V680-HS63 V680-D1KP66T 5.0 to 25.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10) Write 5.0 to 47.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10) Read...

  • Page 106

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D1KP66MT Antenna ID Tag Communications distance 1.0 to 16.0 mm (Axis offset: ±2) Read V680-D1KP66MT V680-HS52 1.0 to 14.0 mm (Axis offset: ±2) embedded in metal (steel) Write 5.0 to 25.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10) Read V680-D1KP66MT V680-HS63 5.0 to 20.0 mm Axis offset: ±10) embedded in metal (steel)

  • Page 107

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D1KP66-SP Antenna ID Tag Communications distance 1.0 to 15.0 mm (Axis offset: ±2) Read V680-HS52 V680-D1KP66T-SP 1.0 to 15.0 mm (Axis offset: ±2) Write 1.0 to 25.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10) Read V680-HS63 V680-D1KP66T-SP 1.0 to 20.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10) Write 1.0 to 42.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10) Read...

  • Page 108

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D2KF52M Antenna ID Tag Communications distance 0.5 to 5.5 mm (Axis offset: ±2) Read V680-D2KF52M 0.5 to 5.5 mm (Axis offset: ±2) Write V680-HS51 0.5 to 3.5 mm (Axis offset: ±2) Read V680-D2KF52M 0.5 to 3.5 mm (Axis offset: ±2) embedded in metal (steel) Write 0.5 to 8.0 mm (Axis offset: ±2)

  • Page 109

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D2KF67 Antenna ID Tag Communications distance 1.0 to 17.0 mm (Axis offset: ±2) Read V680-HS52 V680-D2KF67 1.0 to 17.0 mm (Axis offset: ±2) Write 7.0 to 30.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10) Read V680-HS63 V680-D2KF67 7.0 to 30.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10) Write 5.0 to 42.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10) Read...

  • Page 110

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D2KF67M Antenna ID Tag Communications distance 1.0 to 16.0 mm (Axis offset: ±2) Read V680-D2KF67M V680-HS52 1.0 to 16.0 mm (Axis offset: ±2) with metal on back (steel) Write 6.0 to 25.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10) Read V680-D2KF67M V680-HS63 6.0 to 25.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10)

  • Page 111

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D8KF68/-D32KF68 Antenna ID Tag Communications distance 5.0 to 45.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10) Read V680-D8KF68 5.0 to 45.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10) Write 5.0 to 35.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10) Read V680-D8KF68 (with V680-A81 Attachment, V680-A81) with metal on back (steel) 5.0 to 35.0 mm (Axis offset: ±10) Write V680-HS63...

  • Page 112

    Section 7 Appendices Communications Area V680-D1KP52MT The communications areas given here are for reference only. For information on communications distances, refer to Communications Distance Specifications in this section. The communications area depends on the type of ID Tags used, the ambient temperature, surrounding metals, and noise. Be sure to check carefully when installing the system. p.102 ●...

  • Page 113

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D1KP66T The communications areas given here are for reference only. For information on communications distances, refer to Communications Distance Specifications in this section. The communications area depends on the type of ID Tags used, the ambient temperature, surrounding metals, and noise. Be sure to check carefully when installing the system. p.102 ●...

  • Page 114

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D1KP66MT The communications areas given here are for reference only. For information on communications distances, refer to Communications Distance Specifications in this section. The communications area depends on the type of ID Tags used, the ambient temperature, surrounding metals, and noise. Be sure to check carefully when installing the system. p.102 ●...

  • Page 115

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D1KP66T-SP The communications areas given here are for reference only. For information on communications distances, refer to Communications Distance Specifications in this section. The communications area depends on the type of ID Tags used, the ambient temperature, surrounding metals, and noise. Be sure to check carefully when installing the system. p.102 ●...

  • Page 116

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D2KF52M The communications areas given here are for reference only. For information on communications distances, refer to Communications Distance Specifications in this section. The communications area depends on the type of ID Tags used, the ambient temperature, surrounding metals, and noise. Be sure to check carefully when installing the system. p.102 ●...

  • Page 117

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D2KF67 The communications areas given here are for reference only. For information on communications distances, refer to Communications Distance Specifications in this section. The communications area depends on the type of ID Tags used, the ambient temperature, surrounding metals, and noise. Be sure to check carefully when installing the system. p.102 ●...

  • Page 118

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D2KF67M The communications areas given here are for reference only. For information on communications distances, refer to Communications Distance Specifications in this section. The communications area depends on the type of ID Tags used, the ambient temperature, surrounding metals, and noise. Be sure to check carefully when installing the system. p.102 ●...

  • Page 119

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D8KF68/-D32KF68 The communications areas given here are for reference only. For information on communications distances, refer to Communications Distance Specifications in this section. The communications area depends on the type of ID Tags used, the ambient temperature, surrounding metals, and noise. Be sure to check carefully when installing the system. p.102 ●...

  • Page 120

    Section 7 Appendices Communications Time (Reference) The communications time is the processing time required for communications between the Antenna and the ID Tag. 1-Kbyte memory ID Tags V680-D1KP@@ (V680-HS@@ Antenna) communications time Communication time (msec) setting Command 26-byte Access 58-byte Access V600-compatible 4-byte Access mode mode...

  • Page 121

    Section 7 Appendices TAT (Reference) The TAT (Turnaround Time) is the time from when the ID Slave’s Command Execution Bit turns ON until the ID Tag is communicated with and execution results are returned. The TAT can be calculated with the following formula: TAT = DeviceNet communications time + RFID communications time RFID communications time : The communications processing time between the Antenna and the ID Tag.

  • Page 122: Reference Data

    Section 7 Appendices Reference Data Antenna Mounting Precautions V680-HS51 Effect of Surrounding Metals on the Antenna (Reference) When embedding the Antenna in metal, be sure the metal does not extend beyond the tip of the Antenna. Surrounding metal Surrounding metal (steel) (steel) R18 min.

  • Page 123

    Section 7 Appendices V680-HS52 Effect of Surrounding Metals on the Antenna (Reference) When embedding the Antenna in metal, be sure the metal does not extend beyond the tip of the Antenna. Surrounding metal Surrounding metal (steel) (steel) R22 min. 22-mm dia. 130 (±65)-mm dia.

  • Page 124

    Section 7 Appendices V680-HS63 Effect of Surrounding Metals on the Antenna (Reference) In addition to surface mounting, it is also possible to embed the V680-HS63 in a metallic material to protect it from being struck by other objects. To prevent malfunctioning, allow a space of at least 30 mm between the Antenna and the sides of the metallic material.

  • Page 125

    Section 7 Appendices V680-HS65 Effect of Surrounding Metals on the Antenna (Reference) In addition to surface mounting, it is also possible to embed the V680-HS65 in a metallic material to protect it from being struck by other objects. To prevent malfunctioning, allow a space of at least 100 mm between the Antenna and the sides of the metallic material.

  • Page 126

    Section 7 Appendices ID Tag Mounting Precautions V680-D1KP52MT Differences in Surrounding Metals(Reference) Communications distances are affected by the type of metal in back of or surrounding the Tag, as shown in the following table. Steel Brass Aluminum V680-D2KF52M 100% 85% to 90% 80% to 85% 80% to 85% Note: The value for steel around or behind the ID Tag is set to 100%.

  • Page 127

    Section 7 Appendices Influence of ID Tag Angle (Reference) Install Antennas and ID Tags as close to parallel to each other as possible. Communications are possible even when an Antenna and an ID Tag are mounted at an angle, but the communications distance will be shortened.

  • Page 128

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D1KP66T Effect of Metal on Back of ID Tags (Reference) The V680-D1KP66T communications distance is reduced if there is any metal on the back of the ID Tag. If the ID Tag is to be mounted to metallic material, then either use a V600-A86 Attachment (sold separately) or insert a non-metal spacer (such as plastic or resin).

  • Page 129

    Section 7 Appendices Mutual Interference with ID Tags (Reference) To prevent malfunctioning due to mutual interference when using more than one ID Tag, leave sufficient space between them as shown in the following diagram. 100 mm min. 100 mm min. Influence of ID Tag Angle (Reference) Install Antennas and ID Tags as close to parallel to each other as possible.

  • Page 130

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D1KP66MT Effect of Surrounding Metals (Reference) The V680-D1KP66MT can be surface-mounted or it can be embedded in metal. If it is embedded in metal, the height of the metal casing must not exceed that of the ID Tag. ID Tag ID Tag Embedded...

  • Page 131

    Section 7 Appendices Influence of ID Tag Angle (Reference) Install Antennas and ID Tags as close to parallel to each other as possible. Communications are possible even when an Antenna and an ID Tag are mounted at an angle, but the communications distance will be shortened.

  • Page 132

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D1KP66T-SP Effect of Metal on Back of ID Tags (Reference) The V680-D1KP66T-SP communications distance is reduced if there is any metallic material on the back of the ID Tag. If the ID Tag is mounted on metallic material, insert a non-metal spacer (such as plastic or resin).

  • Page 133

    Section 7 Appendices Mutual Interference with ID Tags (Reference) To prevent malfunctioning due to mutual interference when using more than one ID Tag, leave sufficient space between them as shown in the following diagram. 100mm min. 100mm min. 100mm min. 100mm min.

  • Page 134

    Section 7 Appendices Influence of ID Tag Angle (Reference) Install Antennas and ID Tags as close to parallel to each other as possible. Communications are possible even when an Antenna and an ID Tag are mounted at an angle, but the communications distance will be shortened.

  • Page 135

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D2KF52M Differences in Surrounding Metals Communications distances are affected by the type of metal in back of or surrounding the ID Tag, as shown in the following table. Steel Brass Aluminum V680-D2KF52M 100% 80% to 85% 80% to 85% 75% to 80% Note: The value for steel around or behind the ID Tag is set to 100%.

  • Page 136

    Section 7 Appendices Influence of ID Tag Angle (Reference) Install Antennas and ID Tags as close to parallel to each other as possible. Communications are possible even when an Antenna and an ID Tag are mounted at an angle, but the communications distance will be shortened.

  • Page 137

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D2KF67 Effect of Metal on Back of ID Tags (Reference) The V680-D2KF67 communications distance is reduced if there is any metallic material on the back of the ID Tag. ● V680-HS52 and V680-D2KF67 ● V680-HS63 and V680-D2KF67 (mm) (mm) Distance to metal (x)

  • Page 138

    Section 7 Appendices Mutual Interference with ID Tags (Reference) To prevent malfunctioning due to mutual interference when using more than one ID Tag, leave sufficient space between them as shown in the following diagram. 200 mm min. 200 mm min. Influence of ID Tag Angle (Reference) Install Antennas and ID Tags as close to parallel to each other as possible.

  • Page 139

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D2KF67M Effect of Surrounding Metals (Reference) The V680-D2KF67M can be surface-mounted or it can be embedded in metal. If it is embedded in metal, the height of the metal casing must not exceed that of the ID Tag. ID Tag ID Tag Embedded...

  • Page 140

    Section 7 Appendices Influence of ID Tag Angle (Reference) Install Antennas and ID Tags as close to parallel to each other as possible. Communications are possible even when an Antenna and an ID Tag are mounted at an angle, but the communications distance will be shortened.

  • Page 141

    Section 7 Appendices V680-D8KF67/-D32KF68 Effect of Surrounding Metals (Reference) • Special Attachment (V680-A81) Installation Direction M4 screw Spring washer The communications distance will be reduced if there is metal on Flat washer the back of an ID Tag. When mounting on a metal surface, use the V680-A81 special Attachment (sold separately) or insert a non-metallic spacer (e.g., plastic, resin, etc.).

  • Page 142

    Section 7 Appendices Mutual Interference with ID Tags (Reference) To prevent malfunctioning due to mutual interference when using more than one ID Tag, leave sufficient space between them as shown in the following diagram. When V680-HS63 Is Used 120 mm min. 120 mm min.

  • Page 143

    Section 7 Appendices Influence of ID Tag Angle (Reference) Install Antennas and ID Tags as close to parallel to each other as possible. Communications are possible even when an Antenna and an ID Tag are mounted at an angle, but the communications distance will be shortened.

  • Page 144: Id Tag Memory Map

    Section 7 Appendices ID Tag Memory Map V680-D1KP@@ Address (hex) Data 0000 0001 0002 0003 User area These ID Tags use EEPROM for memory. Including the write protection setting area, which is from 0000 to 0003 hex, the user can 03E6 use a total of 1,000 bytes of space.

  • Page 145: Id Tag Memory Capacities And Memory Types

    Section 7 Appendices ID Tag Memory Capacities and Memory Types (As of December 2007) Memory capacity Model Memory type Life expectancy (user memory) V680-D1KP52MT Overwrite operations: 100,000 times for each address at V680-D1KP66T 25°C 1,000 bytes EEPROM V680-D1KP66MT V680-D1KP66T-SP Data retention: 10 years (up to 85°C) V680-D2KF52M V680-D2KF67 2,000 bytes...

  • Page 146: Multi-vendor Use

    Masters, installing the EDS file in the Configurator also enables setting specific parameters for each Slave by using the Configurator. If the EDS file cannot be obtained or the non-OMRON Configurator does not support EDS files, you must directly input the connection type and the data size.

  • Page 147

    Section 7 Appendices Object Implementation Identity Object (0x01) Object class Attribute Not supported Service Not supported Object instance Attribute Description Value (hex) Vender Product type Product code Revision Status (Bits Supported) bit 0 only Serial number per Unit Product name V680- HAM42 State...

  • Page 148

    Section 7 Appendices Object instance Attribute Description Value (hex) MAC ID Baud rate Bus off counter Allocation information MAC ID switch changed Baud rate switch changed MAC ID switch value Baud rate switch value Service DeviceNet service Parameter option 0E hex 10 hex 4B hex 4C hex...

  • Page 149

    Section 7 Appendices Connection Object (0x05) Object class Attribute Not supported Service Not supported Maximum number of active connections Object instance 1 Section Data Maximum number of instances Instance type Explicit Message Production trigger Cyclic Transport type Server Transport class Attribute Description Value (hex)

  • Page 150

    Section 7 Appendices Object instance 2 Section Data Maximum number of instances Instance type Polled I/O Production trigger Cyclic Transport type Server Transport class Attribute Description Value (hex) State Instance type Transport class trigger Produced connection ID Consumed connection ID Initial comm characteristics Produced connection size...

  • Page 151

    Section 7 Appendices Object instance 3 Section Data Maximum number of instances Instance type Polled I/O Production trigger Cyclic Transport type Server Transport class Attribute Description Value (hex) State Instance type Transport class trigger Produced connection ID Consumed connection ID Initial comm characteristics Produced connection size...

  • Page 152: Chemical Resistance Of The Antennas

    Section 7 Appendices Chemical Resistance of the Antennas Applicable Models V680-HS51 V680-HS52-W/R V680-HS63-W/R V680-HS65-W/R ABS resin is used for case material and epoxy resin for filling material. Refer to the following lists and do not use chemicals that affect ABS and epoxy resin. Chemicals That Cause Deformations, Cracks, Etc.

  • Page 153: Chemical Resistance Of Id Tags

    Section 7 Appendices Chemical Resistance of ID Tags Applicable Models V680-D1KP52 V680-D2KF52M PPS resin is used for case material and epoxy resin for filling material. Refer to the following lists and do not use chemicals that affect PPS and epoxy resin. ID Tags cannot be used in applications with explosion-proof specifications.

  • Page 154

    Section 7 Appendices Applicable Models V680-D1KP66T/MT At room At room Chemical temper- 90°C Chemical temper- 90°C ature ature Hydrochloric acid Sodium hypochlorite solution Phenol solution Sulfuric acid Glacial acetic acid Acetic acid Oleic acid Methyl alcohol Nitric acid Ethyl alcohol Ethyl acetate Sebacic acid diethylhexyl Hydrogen fluoride solution...

  • Page 155

    Section 7 Appendices Applicable Model V680-D1KP66T-SP PFA is used for the V680-D1KP66T-SP ID Tag coating. Refer to the following materials and check the characteristics before using them. Chemical Resistance of PFA Fluororesin (Reference Material) PFA: Tetrafluorethylene-Perfluoroalkylvinyletheir copolymer PFA fluororesin is non-reactive to most chemicals. It reacts to alkaline metals in the melted state, F2 (fluorine) under high temperature and high pressure, and some halogen derivatives.

  • Page 156

    Section 7 Appendices Organic Chemicals Residual characteristic (%) Test temperature Chemical Weight gain (%) (°C) Tensile strength Stretch Water-acetic acid Acetic anhydride Trichloroacetic acid Isooctane Naphtha Mineral oil Toluene o-Creosol Nitrobenzene Benzyl alcohol Aniline n-Butylamine Ethylenediamine Tetrahydrofuran Benzaldehyde Cyclohexane Methyl ethyl ketone Acetophenone Dimethylphtalate n-Butyl acetate...

  • Page 157

    Section 7 Appendices Substances Extracted from ID Tag (Reference) If chemicals penetrate through PFA into the ID Tag (V680-D1KP66T) built into the V680-D1KP66T-SP, ions may be extracted from the ID Tag. Results of Ion-exchange Chromatography A built-in ID Tag (V680-D1KP66T) was soaked in hot water (100°C for 16 hours), and extracted ions were analyzed.

  • Page 158

    Section 7 Appendices Applicable Models V680-D2KF67/67M Chemicals that affect ID Tags are shown below. ABS resin is used for case material and epoxy resin for filling material. Refer to the following lists and do not use chemicals that affect ABS and epoxy resin. ID Tags cannot be used in applications with explosion-proof specifications.

  • Page 159

    Section 7 Appendices Applicable Models V680-D8KF68/D32KF68 Chemicals that affect ID Tags are shown below. Polybutylene terephthalate (PBT) resin is used for case material and epoxy resin for filling material. Refer to the following lists and do not use chemicals that affect PBT and epoxy resins. ID Tags cannot be used in applications with explosion-proof specifications.

  • Page 160: Degree Of Protection

    Section 7 Appendices Degree of Protection Ingress protection degrees (IP-@@) are determined by the following tests. Be sure to check the sealing capability under the actual operating environment and conditions before actual use. IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) IEC 60529:1989-11 (A) First Digit: Degree of Protection from Solid Materials Degree Protection No protection...

  • Page 161

    No adverse affect from oil drops or oil spray approaching from any direction. Oil-proof Protects against penetration of oil drops or oil spray approaching from any direction. Note: This OMRON in-house standard confirms resistance to cutting and other oils. It is equivalent to the former JEM standard. RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 162: Revision History

    Revision History A manual revision code appears as a suffix to the catalog number at the bottom of the front and rear pages. Cat. No.: Z278-E1-01 Revision code Revision code Date Revised contents March 2008 Original production RFID System User's Manual...

  • Page 163

    OMRON ELECTRONICS LLC One Commerce Drive Schaumburg, IL 60173-5302 U.S.A. Tel: (1) 847-843-7900/Fax: (1) 847-843-7787 OMRON ASIA PACIFIC PTE. LTD. No. 438A Alexandra Road # 05-05/08 (Lobby 2), Alexandra Technopark, Singapore 119967 Tel: (65) 6835-3011/Fax: (65) 6835-2711 OMRON (CHINA) CO., LTD.

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