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Electromagnetic Inductive RFID System
V670 Series
ID Controller, Antenna, and ID Tag
User's Manual
ID Controller
Model V670-CD1D-V1
Antenna
Model V670-H11
Model V670-H51
Model V670-H51Q
ID Tag
Model V670-D13F03
Model V670-D13F01
Model V670-D13F01H
Catalog No. Z148-E1-02

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    Electromagnetic Inductive RFID System V670 Series User’s Manual ID Controller, Antenna, and ID Tag ID Controller Model V670-CD1D-V1 Antenna Model V670-H11 Model V670-H51 Model V670-H51Q ID Tag Model V670-D13F03 Model V670-D13F01 Model V670-D13F01H Catalog No. Z148-E1-02...

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    Warranty and Limitations of Liability 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. OMRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING NON-INFRINGE- MENT, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE PRODUCTS.

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    Application Considerations SUITABILITY FOR USE OMRON shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards, codes, or regulations that apply to the combination of prod- ucts in the customer's application or use of the products. At the customer's request, OMRON will provide applicable third party certification documents identifying ratings and limitations of use that apply to the products.

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    Meaning of Signal Words The following signal words are used in this instruction manual. Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or CAUTION moderate injury or in property damage. Meaning of Alert Symbols The following alert symbols are used in this instruction manual. Indicates the possibility of electric shock under specific conditions.

  • Page 5: Installation Site

    Precautions for safe use. For the safety, be sure to follow the instructions below: 1. Do not operate this device in any flammable, explosive or corrosive gas environment. 2. Do not disassemble, repair nor remodel this device. 3. Tighten the base lock screws and terminal block screws completely. 4.

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    V670-CD1D Serie sono conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed alle altre disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE. Spanish Por medio de la presente Omron declara que el RFID Sistema, Antena V670-H11 Serie, V670-H51 Serie, V670-H51Q Serie, y Con- trolador V670-CD1D Serie esta conforme a los requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE.

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    Manual Revision History A manual revision history code is added to the end of catalog number shown at the left lower part of front cover and back cover Catalog No. Z148-E1-01 Revision code Revision Date of Reason of Revision / Revised Page Code Revision October 2000...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Contents Chapter 1 Features and System Configuration Features .........................1-1 System Configuration.....................1-3 Chapter 2 Specifications and Performance Controller........................2-1 2-1-1 Component Names and Functions ..................... 2-1 2-1-2 General Specifications ........................2-3 2-1-3 Performance Specifications........................ 2-3 2-1-4 Communication Specifications ......................2-4 2-1-5 I/O Specifications..........................2-4 2-1-6 Example of Wiring ..........................

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    Contents Chapter 3 Setting And Installation Controller........................3-1 3-1-1 Switch Setting ............................ 3-1 3-1-1-1 How to Open Cover ......................... 3-1 3-1-1-2 How to Set ..........................3-2 3-1-1-3 Setting List ..........................3-2 3-1-1-4 Setting Node Number Setup Switch ..................3-3 3-1-1-5 Setting a Dip Switch ........................ 3-4 3-1-2 Installation Site ..........................

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    Contents Chapter 5 Control From Host Device Controller Operation Status ...................5-1 Command Response Format ..................5-2 Command Response Flow....................5-6 Command List ........................5-7 Communication Designation List...................5-8 Communication Command.....................5-9 5-6-1 Read (RD) ............................5-10 5-6-2 Write (WT)............................5-11 5-6-3 Computation Write (CW)......................... 5-12 5-6-4 Data Fill (DF)...........................

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    Contents Chapter 6 How To Use Self-Execution Mode Available Conditions ......................6-1 Setting Procedure ......................6-2 Example Of Setting ......................6-3 Chapter 7 How to Use Programming Console Component Name ......................7-1 Outside Dimension ......................7-2 Connection of Programming Console ................7-3 7-3-1 Inserting Key Sheet..........................7-3 7-3-2 Connecting Cable..........................

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    Contents Chapter 8 From Startup To Run Trial Operation .......................8-1 Diagnosis Function......................8-2 Errors and Countermeasures...................8-3 Maintenance and Inspection ................... 8-4 Troubleshooting......................8-5 Chapter 9 Characteristic Data Depending on Operating Condition (Reference) Influence of Metal of Antenna (Reference)..............9-1 Mutual Interference between Antennas (Reference)............9-3 Mutual Interference between Tags (Reference) .............

  • Page 13: Chapter 1 Features And System Configuration

    • Model V670-H11 Model V670-H11 is a waterproof antenna (standard antenna) with dimensions of 4 × 5.3 cm. Model V670-H11 can achieve the com- munication range of 20 mm in combination with model V670-D13F03. Model V670-H11 has a very fast communication perfor- mance and can transfer 12 bytes of data in approximately 5 ms.

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    1-1 Features ♦ ID tag (referred to as “Tag”) • Model V670-D13F03 Model V670-D13F03 is a waterproof tag which has 128 bytes of memory capacity with dimensions of 40 × 40 mm. Model V670- D13F03 uses high-performance nonvolatile memory called Ferroelectric RAM (FeRAM) as internal memory. So, memory life is semi-permanent.

  • Page 15: System Configuration

    Model V670-CD1D-V1 Model V670-A4 (Only when extension cable is used) Model V670-H51Q Model V670-H51 Model V670-H11 Model V670-D13F01 Model V670-D13F01H Model V670-D13F03 Precaution for Correct use In consequence of diversification of small-size antennas/tags, the ID controller has been upgraded to Model V670-CD1D-V1. Be sure to combine Model V670-H51 or Model V670-H51Q antenna with Model V670-CD1D-V1 controller.

  • Page 17: Chapter 2 Specifications And Performance

    Chapter 2 Specifications and Performance 2-1 Controller 2-1-1 Component Names and Functions • Model V670-CD1D-V1 (1)Node number setup switch (2)Dip switch V 6 7 0 - CD1 D (3)LED display V670-CD1D-V1 (4)Cover COMM (5)Connecting port for NORM/ERR programming console RST/IN OUT1 (6)Connecting port for antenna OUT2...

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    2-1 Controller Name Function Description Note number setup switch Sets a controller node Used to identify the controllers when a maximum of 31 number. controllers are connected to one host computer. Dip switch Sets every mode. Sets an input function, operation mode, protocol, com- munication conditions, etc.

  • Page 19: General Specifications

    2-1 Controller 2-1-2 General Specifications Item Specifications Model V670-CD1D-V1 Power supply voltage 24 VDC±10% (Power consumption) (7 W or less) Ambient operating temperature 0 to +55°C (no icing) Ambient operating humidity 35 to 85%RH (no condensation) Ambient storage temperature -20 to +75°C (no icing) Ambient storage humidity 35 to 85%RH (no condensation) Insulation resistance...

  • Page 20: Communication Specifications

    2-1 Controller 2-1-4 Communication Specifications Item Specifications Base specification RS-232C Communication method EIA/TIA-232-E Transmission rate 9600 bps, 19200 bps, 38400 bps, 115200 bps * Synchronization method Start-stop synchronization (Stop bit 1 or 2) * Transmission code ASCII7 unit or JIS8 unit * Error control Vertical parity (even, odd, nil)*.

  • Page 21: Example Of Wiring

    2-1 Controller 2-1-6 Example of Wiring Antenna Type Model V670-H11 PRO27 Connecting Cable Model V700-P10 Host Programmable Programming Console Controller (PLC) Model C200H-PRO27 Controller Antenna Cable Model V670-CD1D-V1 Model V670-A4 (Only when extension cable is used) V670-CD1D-V1 COMM NORM/ERR RST/IN...

  • Page 22: Outside Dimension

    2-1 Controller 2-1-7 Outside Dimension Max. 85 V 6 7 0 - CD1 D V670-CD1D-V1 11.5 9.5 17.5 2- 4.5 (Unit: mm) Case material PC/ASA resin...

  • Page 23: Antenna

    2-2 Antenna 2-2-1 Specifications Item Specifications Model V670-H11 V670-H51 V670-H51Q Oscillating frequency 13.56 MHz Ambient operating temperature -10 to +70°C Ambient operating humidity 35 to 85%RH 35 to 95%RH Ambient storage temperature -25 to +85°C -25 to +75°C Ambient storage humidity...

  • Page 24: Outside Dimension

    2-2 Antenna 2-2-2 Outside Dimension • Model V670-H11 Core 18 × 34 mm 2- 4.5 15.4 44.9 28 ± (Unit: mm) 2000 Case material ABS resin Filler resin Epoxy resin Cable • Model V670-H51 5.0 coaxial cable with a standard length of 2 m Core 18 ×...

  • Page 25: Tag

    2-3 Tag 2-3-1 Specifications Item Specifications Model V670-D13F01 V670-D13F01H V670-D13F03 Memory capacity 128 bytes Type of memory FeRAM (Ferroelectric RAM) Memory life Number of accesses*: One billion Data-holding period 10 years after accessing (read or write). Ambient operating temperature -10 to +70°C Ambient storage temperature -10 to +70°C Ambient operating humidity...

  • Page 26: Outside Dimension

    2-3 Tag 2-3-2 Outside Dimension • Model V670-D13F03 Case material ABS resin Filler resin Epoxy resin 13.2 2- 3.5 13.2 40+ 0.1 - 0.5 (Unit: mm) 40+ 0.1 - 0.5 • Model V670-D13F01 Case material PPS resin 4-R0.5 2-R0.8 Filler resin Epoxy resin 2-R0.8 2-R0.2...

  • Page 27: Memory Map

    2-3 Tag 2-3-3 Memory Map There are a user area and ID code in memory in a tag. Memory capacity of user area is 128 bytes. You can write 1 byte of data into one address. Memory area is divided into 4 bytes of pages and every page has its own address like 0000h to 0003h, 0004h to 0007, etc. ♦...

  • Page 28: Attachment (model V670-a81) For Model V670-d13f01h Tag

    2-3 Tag 2-3-4 Attachment (Model V670-A81) for Model V670-D13F01H Tag When a tag is attached to a metal structure, the metal will reduce the communication range of the tag. Model V670-A81 is an attachment specially designed for Model V670-D13F01H Tag. When combined with this attachment, Model V670-D13F01H tag retains its original communication range even when installed on a metal structure.

  • Page 29: Cable

    2-4 Cable 2-4-1 Specifications Model Model V700-P10 Model V670-A4 Item Insulation resis- 50 MΩ or more between a terminal and 20 MΩ or more between a terminal and tance sheathing (at 250 VDC mega). sheathing (at 1000 VDC mega). Withstand voltage 250 VAC, 1 minute.

  • Page 30: Communication Range Specifications

    Model V670-D13F01H Model V670-H51Q Model V670-D13F01 / 0.5 to 4.5 mm + Model V670-CD1D-V1 Model V670-D13F01H Measurement conditions: • Combination of Model V670-H11 with Model V670-D13F03 Antenna Communication range Nonmetal Nonmetal *Antenna extension cable (Model V670-A4 : not used) • Combination of Model V670-H51/H51Q with Model V670-D13F01/D13F01H...

  • Page 31: Communication Area (reference)

    2-5 Communication Range Specifications 2-5-1 Communication Area (Reference) ♦ Combination of Model V670-H11 with Model V670-D13F03 The communication area varies depending on the installation conditions and grounding environment. The operation area formed on a plane, which is on an antenna center line and vertical to the antenna, is shown below.

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    2-5 Communication Range Specifications ♦ Combination of Model V670-H51Q with Model V670-D13F01/ D13F01H The communication area varies depending on the installation conditions and grounding environment. The operation area formed on a plane, which is on an antenna center line and vertical to the antenna, is shown below. •...

  • Page 33: Operation Time (reference)

    2-5 Communication Range Specifications 2-5-2 Operation Time (Reference) There are TAT (Turn Around Time) and communication time in the operation time. Response Command Communication time TAT means the total processing time required to operate V670 from the viewpoint of a host device. The communication time means a time required for the communication between an antenna and tag, excluding host communication.

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    2-5 Communication Range Specifications In the communication with a tag, any data is read and written at every 4 bytes. Therefore, to minimize the communication time, specify the address and the number of bytes suitably so that the address for writing can be a multiple of 4. Example: If 4 bytes of data is written from the address 0001h, change the address to 0000h.

  • Page 35: Traffic And Passing Speed (reference)

    2-5 Communication Range Specifications 2-5-3 Traffic and Passing Speed (Reference) ♦ Combination of Model V670-H11 with Model V670-D13F03 • Read Measurement Conditions: Distance 10mm Nonmetal 15mm 20mm Passing speed (m/min) Distance (mm) Antenna Number of processed bytes (Byte) • Write (without verification)

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    2-5 Communication Range Specifications ♦ Combination of Model V670-H51/H51Q with Model V670-D13F01/D13F01H ♦ Vertical • Read Measurement Conditions: Distance Nonmetal Passing speed (m/min) Distance (mm) Antenna Number of processed bytes (Byte) • Write (without verification) *Antenna extension cable (Model V670-A4 : not used) Distance Number of processed bytes (Byte) •...

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    2-5 Communication Range Specifications ♦ Horizontal • Read Measurement Conditions: Distance Nonmetal Passing speed (m/min) Distance (mm) Antenna Number of processed bytes (Byte) • Write (without verification) *Antenna extension cable (Model V670-A4 : not used) Distance Number of processed bytes (Byte) •...

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  • Page 39: Chapter 3 Setting And Installation

    Chapter 3 Setting and Installation 3-1 Controller 3-1-1 Switch Setting To set the switches, open a cover at the upper left part of the unit. 3-1-1-1 How to Open Cover To open the cover, insert a screwdriver, which comes with the controller, into a notch at the left end of the cover. When the cover opens, you can see the two node number setup switches (SW1 and SW2), two dip switches (SW3 and SW4) and con- necting port for programming console.

  • Page 40: How To Set

    3-1 Controller 3-1-1-2 How to Set Set the switch using the screwdriver which comes with the controller as shown below. • Setting a dip switch • Setting a node number Set to the right or left. Turn clockwise or counterclockwise. 3-1-1-3 Setting List Set the switches according to the list below.

  • Page 41: Setting Node Number Setup Switch

    3-1 Controller 3-1-1-4 Setting Node Number Setup Switch ♦ Node number To connect several controllers to one host device using a link adapter etc., the host device needs to identify each of those controllers. The number to identify them is referred to as node number. A unique node number must be assigned to every controller. The command and response of 1:N protocol have the node number.

  • Page 42: Setting A Dip Switch

    3-1 Controller 3-1-1-5 Setting a Dip Switch ♦ SW3 SW3-1: Input function change SW3-1 Description Functions as trigger input. Functions as reset input. SW3-2: Operation mode SW3-2 Description Starts in the Self-Execution mode when the power supply turns ON. Starts in the Command Execution mode when the power supply turns ON. SW3-3: Verification at writing SW3-3 Description...

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    3-1 Controller ♦ SW4 SW4-1/4-2: Communication speed setting SW4-2 SW4-1 Description 115200 bps 38400 bps 19200 bps 9600 bps SW4-3: Data length setting SW4-3 Description 8 bits 7 bits SW4-4/4-5: Parity bit setting SW4-5 SW4-4 Description Even parity No parity Odd parity Even parity SW4-6: Stop bit setting...

  • Page 44: Installation Site

    3-1 Controller 3-1-2 Installation Site The controller model V670-CD1D-V1 has high reliability as durable control device under any environmental conditions. To increase the system reliability and to fulfill the functions completely, install the controller according to the instructions below. ♦ Installation site Do not install the controller at any place below: •...

  • Page 45: How To Install

    • When you remove the controller from the DIN rail, pull the hook downward and remove the controller pushing Recommendable DIN rail Model PFP-100N2 (Rail slightly upward. length 1 m) (OMRON) MAX.90 V 6 7 0 - C D 1 D DIN Rail V670-CD1D (Unit: mm)

  • Page 46: How To Connect Antenna

    3-1 Controller 3-1-4 How to Connect Antenna You can connect one antenna to the controller. The antenna can be extended up to 30 m by using the extension cable model V670-A4 (unbundled). Only one extension cable can be used. ♦ How to connect and disconnect a connector •...

  • Page 47: How To Connect Extension Cable And How To Extend Antenna

    3-1 Controller 3-1-5 How to Connect Extension Cable and How to Extend Antenna The antenna can be extended by using the extension cable type V670-A4 (unbundled). The extension cables up to 28 m in length are available. When you use the extension cable, to prevent the devices being broken due to static electricity, follow the instructions below: ♦...

  • Page 48: Wiring Power Supply And Grounding Cable

    Japan Solderless 1.25-N3A AWG24 to Fork Terminal AWG16 Japan Solderless 1.25-Y3A Terminal (For M3) ♦ Recommendable DC power supply (small-sized) (OMRON) Model Output Capacity Input Voltage S82K-03024 24 VDC 1.3 A 100/200 VAC S82J-0224 24 VDC 1.1 A 100 VAC * Rated power consumption of the controller is 24VDC and 0.2 A (7 W).

  • Page 49: Wiring Output Signal

    3-1 Controller • Crimp terminal for terminal M3 self-up screws are used for the terminal. For a crimp terminal, use the terminal below. (For M3) Tightening torque should be approximately 0.6 N•m. Correct Usage Take care that the input voltage does not exceed the maximum impressed voltage (26.4 V). Otherwise, a trouble may occur in devices.

  • Page 50: Connecting Rs-232c Interface

    3-1 Controller 3-1-7 Connecting RS-232C Interface Signal Name Code Signal Direction Pin No. Input Output Ground for maintenance or ground — — Shield Ground for signal or common return — — Send data — Receive data — Request to send —...

  • Page 51

    9-Pin, male Connector with a cable 25-Pin, male Shield (Shielded wire) Connecting to the OMRON programmable controller (PLC) View of fitting face of cable connector View of fitting face of cable connector at the controller side at the host device side...

  • Page 52

    To the ID controller Connecting cable Plug Model XM2A-0901 (which comes with the controller) • Recommendable cable (OMRON) CO-MA-VV-SB 5PX28AWG *2 Hood (Hitachi Cable) Model XM2S-0911 *1 (which comes with the controller) (OMRON) * 1. One set of connectors (based on the countermeasures against EMI) comes with the ID controller.

  • Page 53

    3-1 Controller (3) Set the plug in the housing A2 of the hood and fix the aluminum tape with a clamp. Lock screw (2-M2.6) Housing A2 Housing B2 Cable clamp (4) Set the two connector lock screws and put the housing B2 there to complete the connector. ♦...

  • Page 54: Antenna

    When you install the antenna, be sure to follow the instructions above and test it fully. In addition, on both inside and outside of the control panel, lay the antenna cables separately from the power cables. 3-2-2 How to Install ♦ Model V670-H11 • Installation on a surface M4 screw (Tightening torque: 1.2 N•m or less)

  • Page 55

    3-2 Antenna ♦ Model V670-H51/H51Q • Installation When installing the antenna, do not apply large shock to it with a hammer or other tool. Shock may damage the antenna or may reduce its water resistance. • Tightening strength Tighten the nuts to the torque specified below. When tightening the nuts, be sure to use toothed lock washers. ♦...

  • Page 56: Tag

    3-3 Tag 3-3-1 Installation Site Do not install the tag at any place below: • Place where there is corrosive gas, flammable gas or iron powder. • Place where the ambient temperature is out of the range between -10 and +70°C, where the temperature fluctuates considerably and where condensation occurs.

  • Page 57

    3-3 Tag ♦ Model V670-D13F01 • Tag installation direction Marking side ♦ Model V670-D13F01H • Tag installation direction Marking side • Example of tag installation M3 screw (Tightening torque: 5 N•m or less) 2-M3 20.5 ± (Unit: mm) * Install the tag on a flat surface. Avoid installation on a curved surface. 3-19...

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  • Page 59: Chapter 4 Functions

    Chapter 4 Functions 4-1 Communication Designation Function Depending on an operation sequence, you can specify various communications through the communication command for communica- tion with a tag. The following seven communication designations are available. Code Name Description Single command Trigger When the command is received, the communication with the tag is executed and the response is returned.

  • Page 60: Designation Of Automatic System Communication (sa/ra/pa)

    4-1 Communication Designation Function 4-1-2 Designation of Automatic System Communication (SA/RA/PA) In the auto system communication designation, a tag is detected automatically. So, unlike the command trigger system, you do not need to check the tag. When the tag enters the communica- tion area, the communication starts.

  • Page 61: Designation Of External Trigger System Communication (si/ri/pi)

    4-1 Communication Designation Function 4-1-3 Designation of External Trigger System Communication (SI/RI/PI) In the external trigger system communication designation, the communication is started at a leading edge of an external input signal. The communication is directly controlled by output of a sensor which detects a tag in the communication area. So, the communication can be executed even in a fast line without fail.

  • Page 62

    4-1 Communication Designation Function PI designation: In the polling designation (PI), similarly with RI, processing is repeated until the processing is terminated by a command process abort command (AA). However, no response is made after the communication with one tag is ended. Response is returned by a polling query (PC) command instead.

  • Page 63: Tag Designation Function

    4-2 Tag Designation Function When reading data or writing fixed data, you can use "Repeat Auto" designation or "Repeat Trigger" designation. However, if you write different data per tag or if you use several commands (e.g., read → judge → write), you cannot use this function. To enable this process, you can use the Tag Designation function.

  • Page 64: Operation Mode

    4-3 Operation Mode There are two operation modes, i.e., Command Execution mode and Self-Execution mode. Through the dip switch 3-2, you can specify one mode of them to be started at the power ON. Also, you can change the mode by a mode change command (MO) from a host device. Power ON Command Execution mode...

  • Page 65

    4-3 Operation Mode <Example of usage> When data is read out of the tag into which destination information has been written, the applicable destination only is detected and the pulse is output, and reading could not be done due to any trouble, an error pulse is output as shown below. Coincidence Coincidence Error output...

  • Page 66: Operation Parameter Setting

    4-4 Operation Parameter Setting In the controller, you can specify the operation parameters (Communication Restriction Time, Character Interval Monitoring Time and Response Delay Time) according to your system to optimize the performance and reliability. Usually, you may use the default values. However, this setting allows you to optimize your system. Those parameters are stored in non- volatile memory in the controller.

  • Page 67: Response Ready Time

    4-4 Operation Parameter Setting 4-4-3 Response Delay Time When several controllers are connected to a host device through RS-485 etc. (commercial 232C/485 converter is required), RS-485 switches into receiving after data string is sent. Switching time varies depending on a converter. So, if a response from the controller is fast, the communication cannot be executed correctly.

  • Page 68: Memory Check Function

    4-5 Memory Check Function By adding a check code to a data in a tag, you can detect a data error arisen from memory rewrite life or unintentional factor. A CRC code of generating polynomial X + 1 is used as the check code. For memory check, a memory check command (MC) to write a check code and a memory calculation command (MK) to verify the check code are used.

  • Page 69: Write Protect Function

    4-6 Write Protect Function The Write Protect Function prevents a fixed data, such as pallet information or product information stored in memory in a tag, being erased by careless writing. By setting protect information in the tag, Write Protect can be enabled in any area (a maximum of two areas) of a specified address. If you try to write anything into a write-protected page, a Protect error occurs.

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  • Page 71: Chapter 5 Control From Host Device

    Chapter 5 Control From Host Device 5-1 Controller Operation Status The V670 series RFID system communicates with a tag ((2)) according to the instruction of a command ((1)) sent from a connected host device and returns the result to the host device as the response ((3)). Antenna Communication Host Device...

  • Page 72: Command Response Format

    5-2 Command Response Format For the format of command and response communicated between a host device and controller, there are 1:1 protocol used usually and 1:N protocol used to connect several controllers and the configuration is described below. The protocol is specified through the dip switch (SW3-4) of the controller. (1) Command frame 1:1 Protocol Command code...

  • Page 73

    5-2 Command Response Format (2) Response frame 1:1 Protocol Status Termination code Retransmission Command code Data Terminator flag flag 1:N Protocol Status Command code Termination code Retransmission Node No. Data Terminator flag flag Calculation range of FCS * In the 1:N protocol, a gray part is added. Name Description Termination code...

  • Page 74

    If [SOH] or [CR] is specified in a written data, a command error occurs. <Example of writing> If you specify "OMRON" as a written data in 5 bytes of memory beginning with the address 10h, the data is written in memory in a tag as shown in this figure.

  • Page 75

    5-2 Command Response Format (4) Available designation range of first address and number of bytes A command to specify the first address and the number of bytes in a command and the available designation range are shown in the table below. If you specify any value out of the available range, a command error occurs. Command code Available designation range of first address and number of bytes Other restriction...

  • Page 76: Command Response Flow

    5-3 Command Response Flow Depending on a type of command and the communication designation, receiving the command from a host device to the controller and the response to the host device vary. (1) No response When the controller receives a reset command, the controller does not send any response, performs resetting and waits for a command. Host Device Reset Command Controller...

  • Page 77: Command List

    5-4 Command List The commands are classified mainly into four categories. (1) Communication command Command to communicate with a tag. (2) Communication subcommand Subcommand used to inquire the execution result or abort the execution when polling auto command is used. (3) Controller control command Command used to terminate the communication with the tag or reset the controller.

  • Page 78: Communication Designation List

    5-5 Communication Designation List A communication command can specify the following ten types of communication designation: Communication designation Name Description code Single trigger When a command has been received, the communication with a tag is executed and the response is returned. Tag-specified single trig- The communication with the tag to which the last communication was executed and the response is returned.

  • Page 79: Communication Command

    5-6 Communication Command Communication commands to communicate with a tag are described here in this section. The commands are described assuming that 1:1 protocol is used. If 1:N protocol is used, follow the 1:N protocol format. (For details of protocol format, refer to "5-2 Command Response Format".) Example of sent data Command code...

  • Page 80: Read (rd)

    5-6 Communication Command 5-6-1 Read (RD) Reads a data in a area specified by the first address and the number of bytes. <Command> Command Communication Data Antenna First address of read area Number of read code designation desig- designa- bytes nation "RD"...

  • Page 81: Write (wt)

    5-6 Communication Command 5-6-2 Write (WT) Writes the specified bytes of data from the specified first address into a tag. <Command> Data Command Communication Antenna The first address of written area The number of Written data desig- code designation designa- written bytes "WT"...

  • Page 82: Computation Write (cw)

    5-6 Communication Command 5-6-3 Computation Write (CW) Performs the computation of data in tag memory and computation data in a hexadecimal number and writes the result into the tag. If overflow and underflow occurs in addition and subtraction, respectively, no data is written and "1" is returned to the status flag. <Command>...

  • Page 83: Data Fill (df)

    5-6 Communication Command 5-6-4 Data Fill (DF) Write 1 or 2 bytes of the same data into an area specified by the first address and the last address of tag memory. Written data is speci- fied by a hexadecimal code. <Command>...

  • Page 84: Memory Check (md)

    5-6 Communication Command 5-6-5 Memory Check (MD) Executes the generating polynomial X + 1 in an area per check block specified by a user and verifies with a check code added in the check block. <Command> Command Communication Process Antenna The first address of check block The number of code...

  • Page 85: Tag Function Designation (tf)

    5-6 Communication Command 5-6-6 Tag Function Designation (TF) Sets/cancels Write Protect etc. to a tag. <Command> Command Communication Process Antenna code designation designa- designa- "TF" tion tion Communication designation Specifies how to communicate with a tag. For details, refer to the communication desig- nation list.

  • Page 86: Id Read (id)

    5-6 Communication Command 5-6-7 ID Read (ID) Reads a user ID of tag. <Command> Command Communication Data Antenna code designation desig- designa- nation "ID" tion Communication designation Specifies how to communicate with a tag. For details, refer to the communication desig- nation list.

  • Page 87: Communication Subcommand

    5-7 Communication Subcommand The communication subcommand is used in combination with a communication command. Any communication to a tag cannot be done by the subcommand alone. 5-7-1 Command Processing Abort (AA) Aborts a command process in execution and returns to a state of waiting for a command. This can be executed when any command other than the communication designation "ST"...

  • Page 88: Controller Control Command

    5-8 Controller Control Command The controller control commands have no direct relation to the communication to a tag, but those commands specify the communication conditions, controller operation mode, Self-Execution conditions, etc. 5-8-1 Operation Mode Change (MO) Changes a controller operation mode. <Command>...

  • Page 89: Reset (xz)

    5-8 Controller Control Command 5-8-3 Reset (XZ) Aborts all the controller processes and performs "Power ON" initial process. There is no response. <Command> Command code "XZ" <Response> 5-8-4 Controller Control (CC) Changes or obtains the state of external I/O of controller. <Command>...

  • Page 90: Operation Condition Setting (se)

    5-8 Controller Control Command 5-8-5 Operation Condition Setting (SE) Specifies operating conditions in the Self-Execution mode. <Command> (1) Process command Example of execution command Process code Command code "SE" (2) OUT1 output Condition (A) Comparison parameter* Opera- Condition (B) Comparison parameter* Output parameter (3) OUT2 output Condition (A)

  • Page 91

    5-8 Controller Control Command Process code Specifies an operation to be executed in the operating condition. "00": Setting "10": Read Example of execution Specifies a command to be executed according to the following conditions. command Condition 1: A command can be specified by a communication command only. Condition 2: The communication designation is "RA"...

  • Page 92: Parameter Setting (sp)

    5-8 Controller Control Command 5-8-6 Parameter Setting (SP) Operates the parameters used in the controller from a host device. <Command> Process code Parameter data Command code (only when changing) "SP" Process code Specifies a type of process to parameter. (High order digit) "0": Change "1": Read "9": Initialize (set to a default value)

  • Page 93: Host Command

    5-9 Host Command 5-9-1 Test (TS) Makes a response directly to a message sent by a host device. This command is used for a communication test between the host device and ID controller. <Command> Message data Command code "TS" Message data Any character string to execute a test communication.

  • Page 94: Termination Code List

    5-10 Termination Code List The meanings of termination code of response are described below. Type Termination Code Name Description Normal end "00" Normal end Command execution has ended correctly. A command was executed correctly when polling process is speci- fied. Host commu- "10"...

  • Page 95: Example Of Communication Program

    5-11 Example of Communication Program Example of BASIC program 1:1 Protocol 100 ’***** V670-CD1D SAMPLE PROGRAM ***** 110 CLS ’Opens a RS-232C port. 120 OPEN “COM:E73NN” AS #1 130 ’ 140 ’***** MAIN LOOP **** 150 *LOOP ’Inputs a command data. LINE INPUT “Input TX Data : “, ITD$ ’Sets a data string to be sent.

  • Page 96

    5-11 Example of Communication Program 1:n Protocol 100 ’***** V670-CD1D SAMPLE PROGRAM2 ***** 110 CLS ’Opens a RS-232C port. 120 OPEN “COM:E73NN” AS #1 130 ’ 140 ’***** MAIN LOOP **** 150 *LOOP ’Inputs a command data. LINE INPUT “Input TX Data : “, ITD$ ’Calculates FCS.

  • Page 97: Chapter 6 How To Use Self-execution Mode

    Chapter 6 How to Use Self-Execution Mode 6-1 Available Conditions In the Self-Execution mode, by executing automatically the operating conditions (communication command, judgment condition, out- put condition, etc.) registered in the controller, the communication and peripheral devices can be controlled without control from a host device.

  • Page 98: Setting Procedure

    6-2 Setting Procedure Procedure to use the Self-Execution mode is described below. (1) Connect a host interface, power supply and antenna. (2) Turn on the power supply. (3) Check a host communication with a test command. (4) Register an operating condition with the SE (Operation Condition Setting) command. (5) Enter the Self-Execution mode through the dip switch (turn ON SW 3-2) or with the MO (Operation Mode Change) command.

  • Page 99: Example Of Setting

    6-3 Example of Setting An example of setting to execute the following items is described. Communication process : Reads 16 bytes from the address 10h in a hexadecimal number in an automatic operation. Judgment, OUT1 output : 4 Bytes of data from the address 18 is "00000001" and turning ON for 0.5 seconds. Judgment, OUT2 output : ON at an error.

  • Page 101: Chapter 7 How To Use Programming Console

    Chapter 7 How to Use Programming Console 7-1 Component Name By using a Programming Console, the controller model V670-CD1D-V1 can check the communication with a tag at the system startup, read/write a data of tag, check the controller setting and read the details of error. We recommend you to use our Programming Console model C200H-PRO27 (unbundled).

  • Page 102: Outside Dimension

    7-2 Outside Dimension (Unit: mm)

  • Page 103: Connection Of Programming Console

    7-3 Connection of Programming Console To connect the programming console to the controller, the cable model V700-P10 (unbundled) is required. A key sheet comes with the cable model V700-P10. 7-3-1 Inserting Key Sheet As shown below, insert the dedicated key sheet into the slit at the top of programming console. Insert the key sheet pressing it with your fingers softly until the key sheet has been held completely in place.

  • Page 104: Connecting Cable

    7-3 Connection of Programming Console 7-3-2 Connecting Cable Connect the programming console with the dedicated cable model V700-P10. A round connector and square connector come with the cable. Use the round connector and square connector to the controller, and the programming console respectively. A connector always can be plugged into and unplugged from the programming console when the power supply turns on.

  • Page 105: How To Use

    7-4 How to Use • Holding in your hand • Panel installation To install a panel, use a mounting bracket Type C200H-ATT01 (unbundled). Mounting bracket Mounting hole dimension Standard panel cut is as fol- Two screws lows (based on DIN43700): Approximately 50 mm Use either connector.

  • Page 106: Functions

    7-5 Functions By using a programming console, the controller model V670-CD1D-V1 can check the communication with a tag at the system startup, read/write a data of tag, check the controller setting and read the details of error. 7-5-1 Programming Console Function List MONITOR Mode Display of Setting Read...

  • Page 107: How To Operate

    7-5 Functions 7-5-2 How to Operate 7-5-2-1 Password Input Screen When the programming console is connected, the screen below appears. Press and then . An initial status of the mode is dis- played according to key switch setting. If you enter the password when the key switch is set to the MONITOR mode, all the operations are aborted even if the controller works. Please note that the screen is ready to accept the execution of operation in the MONITOR mode then.

  • Page 108: Accepting Key In Initial Screen Of Monitor Mode

    7-5 Functions 7-5-2-3 Accepting Key in Initial Screen of Monitor Mode When the key switch is set to MONITOR, an initial screen of MONITOR mode is appears. In this screen, the keys only can be accepted. Shows the display information selection screen.

  • Page 109: Accepting Key In Initial Screen Of Run Mode

    7-5 Functions 7-5-2-4 Accepting Key in Initial Screen of Run Mode When the key switch is set to RUN, an initial screen of RUN mode is appears. In this screen, the keys only can be accepted. Shows the display information selec- tion screen.

  • Page 110: Displaying Details Of Setting

    7-5 Functions 7-5-3 Displaying Details of Setting This function of displaying details of setting of the programming console displays every item of controller setting. By pressing the and then 0 or 1 key, an item to be displayed can be selected. Shows the dip switch setting information display screen.

  • Page 111

    7-5 Functions ♦ Parameter information [1] The parameter information shows every item of controller setting stored in internal nonvolatile memory. Parameter information display Parameter information display * The MONITOR mode only. The items are shown as follows: Item Display Value CHAR TIME Character interval monitoring time Other than 9600 bps: 0001 to 9999...

  • Page 112: Address Setting

    7-5 Functions 7-5-4 Address Setting In this screen, you can specify the first address and end address, from which a data is read, to which a data is written and to be tested. 7-5-4-1 For Reading An example to set the start address to 5Ah and the end address to 6Fh is shown below. You can select the start address and end address with When you press...

  • Page 113: Data Setting

    7-5 Functions 7-5-5 Data Setting In this screen, you can specify a written data in two hexadecimal digits within 00 and FF. Setting a data in 1B: When you press the key, the screen is ready to accept the address entry. The avail- able keys are 7-5-6 Reading/Writing Data 7-5-6-1 Reading...

  • Page 114: Reading Again

    7-5 Functions 7-5-6-2 Reading Again When you press the key again after reading the content of tag, you can read the data again according to the specified start address and end address. When you press , the start address value and end address value increase or decrease one. Then, the data is read again.

  • Page 115: Writing

    7-5 Functions 7-5-6-3 Writing In this screen, you can write any data into any address of the tag. The same data is written into all the specified areas. Set the start address to 10h, the end address to 1Fh and a data to 7F. When you press the key, the data is writ- ten into the tag.

  • Page 116: Test

    7-5 Functions 7-5-7 Test When you check the position of antenna and tag in an applicable communication mode, you can execute the communication in a test operation to judge whether the location and relative speed are suitable or not. 7-5-7-1 Setting Communication Mode When you execute the Test Reading and Test Writing, you need to specify a communication mode first.

  • Page 117: Reading Latest Error Information

    7-5 Functions 7-5-8 Reading Latest Error Information The controller can store a maximum of 30 errors occurred in the RUN mode after the power supply turns on. When the controller stores 30 errors, if an error occurs, the oldest error is deleted from the controller memory and the new one is stored. When the power supply turns off or the system is reset, all the stored errors are erased.

  • Page 118: Statistic Error Information

    7-5 Functions 7-5-9 Statistic Error Information The controller adds the number of error occurrences per error at every error occurrence. At the same time, the controller calculates MCBF. Those data are all stored in memory. However, when the power supply turns off or the system is reset, all the stored data are erased.

  • Page 119: Execution Monitor

    7-5 Functions 7-5-10 Execution Monitor In this screen, you can monitor a command, which the controller received, and the execution result in the RUN mode. This screen shows the received command and termination code. If there are any received command, communication designation, termi- nation code and response data in the tag com- munication, the first 4 characters of the Termination code...

  • Page 120

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  • Page 121: Chapter 8 From Startup To Run

    Chapter 8 From Startup to Run 8-1 Trial Operation ♦ Items to be checked Before performing a trial operation, check the following items: Items to be checked Checking Page Connection of power supply and I/O • Whether wiring is correct. 3-10 cable •...

  • Page 122: Diagnosis Function

    8-2 Diagnosis Function The controller diagnoses many items to shorten the system down time preparing for error. When an error occurs, depending on a type of error, you may read out the details of error through the programming console. ♦ Details of error Errors detected by the controller are classified into the two types of errors.

  • Page 123: Errors And Countermeasures

    8-3 Errors and Countermeasures Main six causes of troubles in V670 Series are as follows: • External device failure  • Controller failure   • Antenna failure  Must be repaired. • Cable failure  • Tag failure  ...

  • Page 124: Maintenance And Inspection

    8-4 Maintenance and Inspection To maintain V670 Series in the best condition, you need to inspect it daily or periodically. V670 Series mainly consists of semiconduc- tor components which have a long life. However, the following malfunctions are expected depending on the service environment or operating condition.

  • Page 125: Troubleshooting

    8-5 Troubleshooting When an error has occurred, grasp the situation fully, check whether the error occurs repeatedly or not, judge the relation to any other devices properly and check according to the flow below. ♦ Main check flow Judge this main check flow according to the details of error. Main check flow Check To the system connection...

  • Page 126

    8-5 Troubleshooting ♦ System connection check flow Start Check whether the connectors and cables are con- nected correctly. Connect them correctly. Turn on the power supply. Does RUN LED turn ON? Check whether the specified volt- age is supplied. Supply the specified voltage. Does reset input turn ON? Turn OFF reset input.

  • Page 127

    8-5 Troubleshooting ♦ Host communication check flow Start Send the TS command from a host device. Is the response correct Is the communication format correct? Correct the communication format. the communication cable connector wired correctly? Modify the connector wiring. Does the host device work correctly? Modify the host program or replace the host device with...

  • Page 128

    8-5 Troubleshooting ♦ Communication check flow Start the programming console be used? Turn ON the power supply without con- Connect the programming console and necting the programming console and turn ON the power supply in the MONI- connect the host device. TOR mode.

  • Page 129: Chapter 9 Characteristic Data Depending On Operating Condition (reference)

    Even if the antenna is mounted on any metallic material, the antenna is not affected. However, be sure to check the antenna when you install it. • Model V670-H11 Model V670-D13F03 The metal has hardly any influence on the performance of Model V670-H11. However, be sure to check the performance after installation. • Model V670-H51 Model V670-D13F01 (H) Metal: Iron * Assume that the communication distance without metal is 100%.

  • Page 130

    9-1 Influence of Metal of Antenna (Reference) • Model V670-H51Q Model V670-D13F01 (H) Metal: Iron * Assume that the communication distance without metal is 100%. Distance between the sensing head of antenna and metal (mm) Metal: Alminum * Assume that the communication distance without metal is 100%.

  • Page 131: Mutual Interference Between Antennas (reference)

    9-2 Mutual Interference between Antennas (Reference) When you use several antennas, to prevent the mutual interference between them, keep the specified distance between those antennas as shown below. • Model V670-H11 • Installing the antennas facing each other 100 mm or more •...

  • Page 132: Mutual Interference Between Tags (reference)

    9-3 Mutual Interference between Tags (Reference) When you use several tags, to prevent the mutual interference between them, keep the specified distance between those tags as shown below. • Model V670-D13F03 70 mm or more 70 mm or more • Model V670-D13F01 (H) 16 mm or more Precaution for Correct use With the above description as reference, carry out a preliminary test or take other appropriate measures to ensure successful installa-...

  • Page 133: Influence Of Back Metal Of Tag (reference)

    If there is any metallic material behind the tag, the communication range deteriorates. The characteristic of communication range dete- rioration depending on the distance between the tag and back metal of tag (the same size as antenna) is shown below. • Model V670-H11 Model V670-D13F03...

  • Page 134

    9-4 Influence of Back Metal of Tag (Reference) • Model V670-H51 Model V670-D13F01 (H) Metal: Iron * Assume that the communication distance without metal is 100%. Distance between metal and tag (mm) Metal: Aluminum * Assume that the communication distance without metal is 100%. Distance between metal and tag (mm) Metal Antenna...

  • Page 135: Influence Of Tag Angle (reference)

    If the tag surface is not parallel to the antenna surface, the communication range deteriorates. The characteristic of communication range deterioration depending on the tag angle is shown below. • Model V670-D13F03 Communication range deterioration θ° Deterioration ratio Model V670-H11 Model V670-D13F03 Communication range • Model V670-D13F01 (H) Communication range deterioration θ°...

  • Page 136: Chemical Resistance Of Tag (reference)

    9-6 Chemical Resistance of Tag (Reference) Chemicals which affect a tag are shown below. ABS resin and epoxy resin are used as case material and filling material, respectively. Referring to the list below, use suitable chemi- cals. Do not use any chemicals which affect the ABS resin and epoxy resin. Any chemicals cannot be used for explosion-proof application.

  • Page 137: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix 1 ASCII Code List High order digit b8~b5 0000 1001 0010 0011 0100 0101 0110 0111 1000 1001 1010 1011 1100 1101 1110 1111 Low order digit Column b4~b1 (DLE) (SP) 0000 (SOH) DC 0001 (STX) DC 0010 (ETX) DC 0011 (EOT) DC...

  • Page 138: Appendix 2 Order Format List

    24 VDC power supply V 6 7 0 - CD1 D V670-CD1D-V1 Outside dimension: — 90 × 66 × 75 mm Antenna Outside dimension: Model V670-H11 40 × 53 × 23 mm — Antenna Outside dimension: Model V670-H51 M18 × 43 mm —...

  • Page 139: Appendix 3 Protective Structure

    Appendix 3 Protective Structure • Protective Structure Note: IP- is classified by a test method below. Check sealing in working environment and operating conditions in advance. ♦ ♦ (International Electrotechnical Commission) (IEC60529: 1989-11) (Japan Electrical Manufacturers’ Association) (JEM1030: 1991) Standards Standards Protective property code (International Protection) Complies with the 1st and 2nd symbols of IEC60529.

  • Page 140

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  • Page 141

    Authorized Distributor: Cat. No. Z148-E1-02 Note: Specifications subject to change without notice. Printed in Japan...

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