RF350R01 RFID System User Manual SIMATIC RF300 Siemens AG

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5.2 SIMATIC RF310R with IQ-Sense interface
5.2
SIMATIC RF310R with IQ-Sense interface
5.2.1
Features
RF310R with IQ-Sense
Characteristics
Design
① IQ-Sense interface
Field of application
Identification tasks on small
assembly lines in harsh industrial
environments
Read/write distance to transponder
Max. 35 mm
Data transmission rate


② Status display

Read: approx. 50 bytes/s
Write: approx. 40 bytes/s

Note
SIMATIC RF310R with IQ-Sense interface is not suitable for combining with ISO tags.
5.2.2
Ordering data of RF310R with IQ-Sense interface
RF310R






5.2.3
With IQ-Sense interface
IP67
Operating temperature: -25 °C to +70 °C
Dimensions: 55 x 75 x 30 (L x W x H, in mm)
with integrated antenna
Max. limit distance: 35 mm (depending on transponder)
6GT2801-0AA00
Pin assignment of RF310R IQ-Sense interface
Table 5- 1
Pin
100
Order number
Pin assignment of RF310R with IQ-Sense interface
Pin, device end, 4-pin M12
Assignment
IQ-Sense
Not assigned
IQ-Sense
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Pin
Pin, device end, 4-pin M12
Assignment
Not connected
5.2.4
5.2.5
Display elements of the RF310R reader with IQ-Sense interface
Color
Meaning
Green
Operating voltage available
yellow
Transponder present
Red
Error occurred (see FC35 documentation, Section "Error messages and
troubleshooting", Subsection "Error messages, error_MOBY")
Ensuring reliable data exchange
The "center point" of the transponder must be situated within the transmission window.
5.2.6
Metal-free area
The RF310R can be flush-mounted in metal. Please allow for a possible reduction in the field
data values.
6,0$7,&
5)5
Figure 5-1
Metal-free area for RF310R
To avoid any impact on the field data, the distance a should be ≥ 20 mm.
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5.2 SIMATIC RF310R with IQ-Sense interface
5.2.7
Minimum distance between RF310R readers
6,0$7,&
5)5
'E
'D
6,0$7,&
5)5
Da
≥ 100 mm
Db
≥ 100 mm
Figure 5-2
5.2.8
Minimum distance between RF310R readers
Technical data for RF310R reader with IQ-Sense interface
Table 5- 2
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Technical specifications for RF310R reader with IQ-Sense interface
Inductive interface to the transponder
Transmission frequency for power/data
13.56 MHz
Interface to SIMATIC S7-300
Required master module
RFID channels (RF310R)
Mixed operation with other profiles
IQ-Sense, 2-wire non-polarized
8-IQ-Sense (6ES7 338-7XF00-0AB0)
max. 2 per master module,
max. 4 Opto-BEROs, 1x SIMATIC RF310R
Cable length reader - communication module
Max. 50 m (unshielded cable)
Read/write distances of reader
See Chapter Field data of RF300 transponders
(Page 41)
Minimum distance between two RF310R readers
≥ 100 mm
Data transfer rate for read/write device
Reading
Writing
Approx. 50 byte/s
Approx. 40 byte/s
Passing speed
Reading
Writing
Approx. 0.8 m/s (2 bytes)
Approx. 0.8 m/s (2 bytes)
Function
Read, write, initialize transponder
Multi-tag
No
Power supply
via IQ-Sense master module 24 V DC
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5.2 SIMATIC RF310R with IQ-Sense interface
5.2.9
Display elements
2-color LED (operating voltage,
presence, error)
Plug-in connector
M12 (4-pin)
Enclosure
Dimensions (in mm)
Color
Material
55 x 75 x 30 (without M12 enclosure connector)
Anthracite
Plastic PA 12
Fixing
4 x M5 screws
Ambient temperature
during operation
during transport and storage
-25°C to +70°C
-40°C to +85°C
Degree of protection to EN 60529
IP67
Shock to EN 60721-3-7 Class 7 M2
Vibration to EN 60721-3-7 Class 7 M2
50 g
20 g
Weight
Approx. 150 g
MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) in years
153.5
Approvals
Radio to R&TTE guidelines EN 300 330,
EN 301 489, CE, FCC, UL/CSA
Current consumption
Typ. 40 mA
FCC information
Siemens SIMATIC RF300 with IQ-Sense interface
FCC ID: NXW-RF310R-IQ
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Caution
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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5.3 SIMATIC RF310R with RS422 interface
Dimension drawing

5.2.10




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Figure 5-3



Dimension drawing for RF310R
Dimensions in mm
5.3
SIMATIC RF310R with RS422 interface
5.3.1
Features
RF310R with RS422
Characteristics
Design
① RS422 interface
② Status display

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Field of application
Identification tasks on small
assembly lines in harsh industrial
environments
Read/write distance to transponder
Max. 90 mm
Data transmission rate
RF300 tags
ISO tags
Read
write
Approx. 8000
byte/s
Approx. 8000
byte/s
Approx. 600
byte/s
Approx. 400
byte/s
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5.3 SIMATIC RF310R with RS422 interface
5.3.2
Ordering data for RF310R with RS422 interface
RF310R
5.3.3
Order number
With RS422 interface (3964R)
IP 67
Operating temperature: -25 °C to +70 °C
Dimensions: 55 x 75 x 30 (L x W x H, in mm)
with integrated antenna
Max. limit distance: 35 mm (depending on transponder)






Pin assignment of RF310R RS422 interface
Pin
Pin
Device end
8-pin M12
5.3.4
Assignment
+ 24 V
- Transmit
0V
+ Transmit
+ Receive
- Receive
Free
Earth (shield)
Display elements of the RF310R reader with RS422 interface
Color
Green
Meaning
Flashing
Operating voltage present, reader not initialized or antenna switched off
Permanentl
y on
Operating voltage present, reader initialized and antenna switched on
Yellow1)
Transponder present
Flashing red
Error has occurred, the type of flashing corresponds to the error code in the
table in Section "Error codes". The optical error display is only reset if the
corresponding reset parameter ("option_1", see FC45 / FB45 documentation,
Section "Input parameters") is set.
1)
5.3.5
6GT2801-1AB10
Only in the "with presence" mode.
Ensuring reliable data exchange
The "center point" of the transponder must be situated within the transmission window.
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5.3.6
Metal-free area
The RF310R can be flush-mounted in metal. Please allow for a possible reduction in the field
data values.
6,0$7,&
5)5
Figure 5-4
Metal-free area for RF310R
To avoid any impact on the field data, the distance a should be ≥ 20 mm.
5.3.7
Minimum distance between RF310R readers
6,0$7,&
5)5
'E
'D
6,0$7,&
5)5
Da
≥ 100 mm
Db
≥ 200 mm
Figure 5-5
106
6,0$7,&
5)5
Minimum distance between RF310R readers
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5.3 SIMATIC RF310R with RS422 interface
5.3.8
Technical specifications of the RF310R reader with RS422 interface
Table 5- 3
Technical specifications of the RF310R reader with RS422 interface
Inductive interface to the transponder
Transmission frequency for power/data
13.56 MHz
Antenna
integrated
Interface to the communication module
RS422 (3964R protocol)
Baud rate
19200 baud, 57600 baud, 115200 baud
Cable length reader - communication module
Data cable length max. 1000 m
(shielded cable)
Read/write distances of reader
See Chapter Field data of RF300 transponders
(Page 41)
Minimum distance between two RF310R readers
≥ 100 mm or ≥ 200 mm
Maximum data transmission range, reader transponder (tag)
RF300 tags
ISO tags
Read
write
Approx. 8000 bytes/s
Approx. 8000 bytes/s
Approx. 600 bytes/s
Approx. 400 bytes/s
Functions
Initialize/read/write transponder
Scan status and diagnostics information
Switch antenna on/off
Repeat command
Scan transponder serial numbers
Power supply
24 V DC
Display elements
2-color LED (operating voltage,
presence, error)
Plug-in connector
M12 (8-pin)
Enclosure
Dimensions (in mm)
Color
Material
55 x 75 x 30 (without M12 plug connector)
Anthracite
Plastic PA 12
Fixing
4 x M5 screws
Ambient temperature
during operation
during transport and storage
-25 °C to +70 °C
-40 °C to +85 °C
Degree of protection to EN 60529
IP67
Shock to EN 60721-3-7 Class 7 M2
Vibration to EN 60721-3-7 Class 7
50 g
20g
Weight
Approx. 170 g
MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) in years
169.9
Approvals
Radio to R&TTE guidelines EN 300 330,
EN 301 489, CE, FCC, UL/CSA
Current consumption
Typ. 50 mA
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5.3 SIMATIC RF310R with RS422 interface
5.3.9
FCC information
Siemens SIMATIC RF310R with RS422 interface
FCC ID: NXW-RF310R
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Caution
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Dimension drawing

5.3.10




Figure 5-6

6,0$7,&
5)5


Dimension drawing for RF310R
Dimensions in mm
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5.4 SIMATIC RF340R
5.4
SIMATIC RF340R
5.4.1
Features
RF340R
Characteristics
Design
① RS422 interface
Field of application
Identification tasks on assembly lines in harsh
industrial environments
Read/write distance to
transponder
Max. 65 mm
Data transmission rate
RF300 tags
Read

② Status display
Write

5.4.2


Ordering data for RF340R
RF340R






5.4.3
ISO tags
approx. 8000
byte/s
approx. 8000
byte/s
Order number
With RS422 interface (3964R)
IP 67
Operating temperature -25 °C … +70 °C
Dimensions 75 x 91 x 41 (L x W x H in mm)
with integrated antenna
Max. limit distance: 65 mm (depending on transponder)
6GT2801-2AB10
Pin assignment of RF340R RS422 interface
Pin
Pin
Device end
8-pin M12
Assignment
+ 24 V
- Transmit
0V
+ Transmit
+ Receive
- Receive
Free
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Pin
Pin
Device end
8-pin M12
5.4.4
Earth (shield)
Display elements of the RF340R reader
Color
Meaning
Green
Flashing
Operating voltage present, reader not initialized or antenna switched off
Permanentl
y on
Operating voltage present, reader initialized and antenna switched on
Yellow1)
Transponder present
Flashing red
Error has occurred, the type of flashing corresponds to the error code in the
table in Section "Error codes". The optical error display is only reset if the
corresponding reset parameter ("option_1", see FC45 / FB45 documentation,
Section "Input parameters") is set.
1)
5.4.5
Assignment
Only in the "with presence" mode.
Ensuring reliable data exchange
The "center point" of the transponder must be situated within the transmission window.
5.4.6
Metal-free area
The RF340R can be flush-mounted in metal. Please allow for a possible reduction in the field
data values.
6,0$7,&
5)5
Figure 5-7
Metal-free area for RF340R
To avoid any impact on the field data, the distance a should be ≥ 20 mm.
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5.4.7
Minimum distance between RF340R readers
5)5
'E
'D
5)5
Da
≥ 100 mm
Db
≥ 250 mm
Figure 5-8
5.4.8
5)5
Minimum distance between RF340R readers
Technical data of the RF340R reader
Table 5- 4
Technical specifications of the RF340R reader
Inductive interface to the transponder
Transmission frequency for power/data
13.56 MHz
Antenna
integrated
Interface to the communication module
RS422 (3964R protocol)
Baud rate
19200 baud, 57600 baud, 115200 baud
Cable length reader - communication module
Data cable length max. 1000 m
(shielded cable)
Read/write distances of reader
See Chapter Field data of RF300 transponders
(Page 41)
Minimum distance between two RF340R readers
≥ 100 mm or ≥ 250 mm
Maximum data transfer rate
reader - transponder (tag)
Reading
Writing
RF300 tags
ISO tags
Approx. 8000 byte/s
Approx. 8000 byte/s
Functions
Initialize/read/write transponder
Scan status and diagnostics information
Switch antenna on/off
Repeat command
Scan transponder serial numbers
Power supply
24 V DC
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5.4.9
Display elements
2-color LED
(operating voltage, presence, error)
Plug connector
M12 (8-pin)
Enclosure
Dimensions (in mm)
Color
Material
75 x 75 x 40 (without M12 device connector)
Anthracite
Plastic PA 12
Fixing
2 x M5 screws
Ambient temperature
during operation
during transport and storage
-25 °C to +70 °C
-40 °C to +85 °C
Degree of protection to EN 60529
IP67
Shock to EN 60721-3-7 Class 7 M2
Vibration to EN 60721-3-7 Class 7 M2
50 g
20 g
Weight
Approx. 250 g
MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) in years
140
Approvals
Radio to R&TTE guidelines EN 300 330,
EN 301 489, CE, FCC, UL/CSA
Current consumption
Typ. 100 mA
FCC information
Siemens SIMATIC RF340R (MLFB 6GT2801-2AA10) FCC ID: NXW-RF340R
Siemens SIMATIC RF340R (MLFB 6GT2801-2AB10) FCC ID: NXW-RF340R01
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Caution
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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5.5 SIMATIC RF350R
Dimension drawing

5.4.10



Figure 5-9

6,0$7,&
5)5
Dimension drawing for RF340R
Dimensions in mm
5.5
SIMATIC RF350R
5.5.1
Features
RF350R
Characteristics
Design
① Antenna connection
② RS422 interface
③ Status display
Field of application
Identification tasks in assembly lines in harsh industrial
environments; for external antennas
(ANT 1, ANT 18, ANT 30)
Read/write distance to
transponder
Max. 60 mm
Data transmission rate
RF300 tags
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RF350R
Characteristics

Read

Write

5.5.2

Read: approx. 8000
byte/s
Write: approx. 8000
byte/s

Ordering data for RF350R
RF350R





5.5.3
Order number
With RS422 interface (3964R)
IP65
Operating temperature: -25 °C … +70 °C
Dimensions: 75 x 96 x 41 (L x W x H, in mm)
For pluggable antennas ANT 1, ANT 12, ANT 18, ANT 30
Pin assignment of RF350R RS422 interface
Pin
Pin
Device end
8-pin M12
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Assignment
+ 24 V
- Transmit
0V
+ Transmit
+ Receive
- Receive
Free
Earth (shield)
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5.5.4
Display elements of the RF350R reader
Color
Green
Flashing
Operating voltage present, reader not initialized or antenna switched off
Permanently
on
Operating voltage present, reader initialized and antenna switched on
Yellow1)
Transponder present
Flashing red
Error has occurred, the type of flashing corresponds to the error code in
the table in Section "Error codes". The optical error display is only reset
if the corresponding reset parameter ("option_1", see FC45 / FB45
documentation, Section "Input parameters") is set.
1)
5.5.5
Meaning
Only in the "with presence" mode.
Ensuring reliable data exchange
The "center point" of the transponder must be situated within the transmission window.
5.5.6
Metal-free area
The RF350R reader does not have an internal antenna. Operation is not affected by
mounting on metal or flush-mounting in metal. For information about the metal-free area
required by the external antennas, refer to the corresponding section of the chapter
Antennas (Page 118).
5.5.7
Technical data of the RF350R reader
Table 5- 5
Technical specifications of the RF350R reader
Inductive interface to the transponder
Transmission frequency for power/data
Antenna
13.56 MHz
External, antennas ANT 1, ANT 12, ANT 18 or
ANT 30
Interface to the communication module
RS422 (3964R protocol)
Baud rate
19200 baud, 57600 baud, 115200 baud
Cable length reader - communication module
Data cable length max. 1000 m
(shielded cable)
Read/write distances of reader
See Chapter Field data of RF300 transponders
(Page 41)
Minimum distance between two antennas
See Chapter Minimum clearances (Page 47)
Maximum data transfer rate
reader - transponder (tag)
Reading
Writing
RF300 tags
ISO tags
Approx. 8000 byte/s
Approx. 8000 byte/s
@ Werte
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Functions
5.5.8
Initialize/read/write transponder
Scan status and diagnostics information
Switch antenna on/off
Repeat command
Scan transponder serial numbers
Power supply
24 V DC
Display elements
2-color LED
(operating voltage, presence, error)
Plug connector
M12 (8-pin); M8 (4-pin) for antenna
Enclosure
 Dimensions (in mm)
 Color
 Material



Fixing
2 x M5 screws
Ambient temperature
 During operation
 Transport and storage


Degree of protection to EN 60529
IP65
Shock to EN 60721-3-7 Class 7 M2
Vibration to EN 60721-3-7 Class 7 M2
50 g
20 g
Weight
250 g
MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) in years
140
Approvals
Radio to R&TTE guidelines EN 300 330,
EN 301 489, CE, FCC, UL/CSA
Current consumption
Typ. 100 mA
75 x 75 x 40 (without M12 device connector)
Anthracite
Plastic PA 12
-25 °C to +70 °C
-40 °C to +85 °C
FCC information
Siemens SIMATIC RF350R (MLFB 6GT2801-2AA10) FCC ID: NXW-RF350R
Siemens SIMATIC RF350R (MLFB 6GT2801-2AB10) FCC ID: NXW-RF350R01
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Caution
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
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5.5 SIMATIC RF350R
To comply with FCC Part 15 Rules in the United States, the system must be professionally installed to ensure
compliance with the Part 15 certification. It is the responsibility of the operator and professional installer to
ensure that only certified systems are deployed in the United States. The use of the system in any other
combination (such as colocated antennas transmitting the same information) is expressly forbidden.
Dimension drawing

5.5.9






6,0$7,&
5)5

Figure 5-10
RF350R dimension drawing
Dimensions in mm
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5.5 SIMATIC RF350R
5.5.10
Antennas
5.5.10.1
Features
For the RF350R reader, you can use the following pluggable antennas:
Antenna
Product photo
ANT 1
Limit distance Sg
in mm 1)
Dimensions
(L x B x H)
in mm
Suitable for dynamic
operation
to 60
75 x 75 x 20
Yes
ANT 12
M12 x 1.0 x 40
(∅ x thread x L)
@ <--> Schreibweise
wie bei den anderen
Antennen? Klammer?
ANT 18
to 13
Ø M18 x 50
No
ANT 30
to 22
Ø M30 x 58
No
1)
Depending on the transponder used
ANT 1
The ANT 1 is an antenna in the mid performance range and can be used to the customer's
advantage in production and assembly lines due to its manageable housing shape. The
antenna dimensions make it possible to read/write large quantities of data dynamically
from/to the tag during operation. The antenna cable can be connected at the reader end.
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ANT 12
The ANT 12 is primarily envisaged for tool identification applications. The very small size of
the antenna means that highly exact positioning is possible using the plastic nuts included in
the scope of delivery. The antenna cable can be connected at the SLG end. Communication
with the data storage unit is only possible with the MDS D421 in static mode.
ANT 18
The ANT 18 is designed for use in small assembly lines. Due to its small, compact
construction, the antenna can be easily positioned for any application using two plastic nuts
(included in the package). The antenna cable can be connected at the reader end. Data
communication is only possible with the RF320T and RF340T tags in static mode.
ANT 30
The ANT 30 is designed for use in small assembly lines. In comparison to ANT 18, the
maximum write/read distance is approximately 60 % larger. Due to its compact construction,
the antenna can be easily positioned for any application using two plastic nuts (included in
the package). The antenna cable can be connected at the reader end. With the RF320T,
RF340T and RF350T tags, communication with the data storage unit is only possible in static
mode.
5.5.10.2
5.5.10.3
Ordering data for antennas
Antenna
Order number
ANT 1
6GT2398-1CB00
ANT 12
6GT2 398-1CC00
ANT 18
6GT2398-1CA00
ANT 30
6GT2398-1CD00
Ensuring reliable data exchange
The "center point" of the transponder must be situated within the transmission window.
5.5.10.4
Metal-free area
The antennas ANT 1, ANT 12, ANT 18 and ANT 30 can be flush-mounted on metal. Please
allow for a possible reduction in the field data values. During installation, maintain the
minimum distances (a and b) on/flush with the metal.
NOTICE
Reduction of range if the metal-free space is not maintained
At values lower than a and b, the field data changes significantly, resulting in a reduction in
the limit distance and operating distance. Therefore, during installation, maintain the
minimum distances (a and b) on/flush with the metal.
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Metal-free space for flush-mounted installation of ANT 1
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40 mm
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Metal-free area for ANT 1
Flush-mounting of ANT 12
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Metal-free area for ANT 12
The ANT 12 can be flush-mounted in metal.
Metal-free space for flush-mounted installation of ANT 18
$17
a=
10 mm
b=
10 mm
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Metal-free space for flush-mounted installation of ANT 30
$17
a=
20 mm
b=
20 mm
Figure 5-14
5.5.10.5
Metal-free area for ANT 30
Minimum distance between antennas
Minimum distance for ANT 1
'D
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'E
$17
Da
≥ 100 mm
Db
≥ 250 mm
Figure 5-15
Minimum distance for ANT 1
The reader electronics can be mounted directly alongside each other.
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Minimum distance for ANT 12
'D
'E
Da
> 80 mm
Db
> 80 mm
Figure 5-16
Minimum distance for ANT 12
Minimum distance for ANT 18
'D
'E
Da
≥ 100 mm
Db
≥ 200 mm
Figure 5-17
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Minimum distance for ANT 18
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Minimum distance for ANT 30
'D
'E
Da
≥ 100 mm
Db
≥ 250 mm
Figure 5-18
5.5.10.6
Minimum distance for ANT 30
Technical data for antennas
Table 5- 6
Technical data for antennas ANT 1, ANT 12, ANT 18 and ANT 30
ANT 1
ANT 12
ANT 18
ANT 30
100 mm
5 mm
15 mm
22 mm
75 x 75 x 20
(L x W x H)
M18 x 1.0 x 55
(∅ x thread x L)
M18 x 1.0 x 55
(Ø x thread x L)
M30 x 1.5 x 58
(Ø x thread x L)
2 plastic nuts
M18 x 1.0
2 plastic nuts
M30 x 1.5
Read/write distance
antenna to transponder (Sg)
max
Enclosure dimensions in
mm
Color
Anthracite
Pale turquoise
Material
Plastic PA 12
Plastic Crastin
Plug connection
4-pin (pins on antenna side)
Antenna cable lengths
3m
Degree of protection to EN
60529
IP67
Shock-resistant acc. to
EN 60721-3-7, Class 7M2
IP67 (front)
50 g 1)
Vibration-resistant to
EN 60721-3-7, Class 7M2
20 g ( 3 to 500 Hz) 1)
Attachment of the antenna
2 x M5 screws
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ANT 1
Ambient temperature
 During operation
 Transport and storage
-25 °C to +70 °C
MTBF (at +40 °C)
2.5 x 105 hours
5.5.10.7
ANT 18
ANT 30
45 g
120 g
150 g
-40 °C to +85 °C
Approx. weight
1)
ANT 12
80 g
Warning: The values for shock and vibration are maximum values and must not be applied
continuously.
Dimension drawings for antennas

All dimensions in mm
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5.6
SIMATIC RF380R
5.6.1
Features
RF380R
Characteristics
Design
① RS232 or RS422 interface
Field of application
Identification tasks on assembly lines in
harsh industrial environments
Read/write distance to
transponder
Max. 210 mm
Data transmission rate
RF300 tags
ISO tags
Read
write
Approx. 8000 byte/s
Approx. 8000 byte/s
Approx. 600 byte/s
Approx. 400 byte/s
② Status display

5.6.2

RF380R ordering data
RF380R






With RS422 interface (3964R)
IP67
Operating temperature: -25 °C … +70 °C
Dimensions: 160 x 96 x 40 (L x W x H, in mm)
with integrated antenna
max. limit distance 150 mm (dependent on transponder)
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5.6.3
Pin assignment of RF380R RS232/RS422 interface
You can connect the RF380R reader to a higher-level system via the internal RS422
interface or via the RS232 interface. After connection, the interface module automatically
detects which interface has been used.
Note correct assignment of the pins here:
Pin
Pin
Device end
8-pin M12
5.6.4
RS232
RS422
+ 24 V
+ 24 V
RXD
- Transmit
0V
0V
TXD
+ Transmit
NC
+ Receive
NC
- Receive
not used
not used
Earth (shield)
Earth (shield)
Display elements of the RF380R reader
Color
Green
Meaning
Flashing
Operating voltage present, reader not initialized or antenna switched off
Permanently
on
Operating voltage present, reader initialized and antenna switched on
Yellow1)
Transponder present
Flashing red
Error has occurred, the type of flashing corresponds to the error code in
the table in Section "Error codes". The optical error display is only reset
if the corresponding reset parameter ("option_1", see FC45 / FB45
documentation, Section "Input parameters") is set.
1)
5.6.5
Assignment
Only in the "with presence" mode.
Ensuring reliable data exchange
The "center point" of the transponder must be situated within the transmission window.
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5.6.6
Metal-free area
The RF380R can be flush-mounted in metal. Please allow for a possible reduction in the field
data values.
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Metal-free area for RF380R
To avoid any impact on the field data, the distance a should be ≥ 20 mm.
5.6.7
Minimum distance between RF380R readers
'E
'D
Da
≥ 400 mm
Db
≥ 400 mm
Figure 5-24
Minimum distance between RF380R readers
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5.6.8
Technical specifications of the RF380R reader
Table 5- 7
128
Technical specifications of the RF380R reader
Inductive interface to the transponder
Transmission frequency for power/data
13.56 MHz
Antenna
integrated
Interface to the communication module
RS232 or RS422 (3964R protocol)
Baud rate
19200 baud, 57600 baud, 115200 baud
Cable length reader - communication module
RS422 data cable length: max. 1000 m
RS232 data cable length: Max. 30 m
Read/write distances of reader
See Chapter Field data of RF300 transponders
(Page 41)
Minimum distance between two RF380R readers
≥ 500 mm
Maximum data transmission range
reader - transponder (tag)
RF300 tags
ISO tags
Read
write
Approx. 8000 byte/s
Approx. 8000 byte/s
Approx. 600 byte/s
Approx. 400 byte/s
Functions
Initialize/read/write transponder
Scan status and diagnostics information
Switch antenna on/off
Repeat command
Scan transponder serial numbers
Power supply
24 V DC
Display elements
2-color LED
(operating voltage, presence, error)
Plug connector
M12 (8-pin)
Enclosure
Dimensions (in mm)
Color
Material
160 x 80 x 40 (without M12 plug connector)
Anthracite
Plastic PA 12
Fixing
4 x M5 screws
Ambient temperature
 During operation
 Transport and storage


Degree of protection to EN 60529
IP67
Shock to EN 60 721-3-7 Class 7 M2
Vibration to EN 60 721-3-7 Class 7 M2
50 g
20 g
-25 °C to +70 °C
-40 °C to +85 °C
Weight
Approx. 600 g
MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) in years
109 years
Approvals
Radio to R&TTE guidelines EN 300 330,
EN 301 489, CE, FCC, UL/CSA
Current consumption
Typ. 160 mA
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5.6.9
FCC information
Siemens SIMATIC RF380R (MLFB 6GT2801-3AA10) FCC ID: NXW-RF380R
Siemens SIMATIC RF380R (MLFB 6GT2801-3AB10) FCC ID: NXW-RF380R01
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Caution
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
5.6.10
Use of the reader in hazardous areas
The TÜV SÜD Automotive GmbH as approved test center as well as the TÜV SÜD Product
Service GmbH as certification center, identification number 0123, as per Article 9 of the
Directive of the European Council of 23 March 1994 (94/9/EC), has confirmed the
compliance with the essential health and safety requirements relating to the design and
construction of equipment and protective systems intended for use in hazardous areas as
per Annex II of the Directive. The essential health and safety requirements are satisfied in
accordance with the following standards:
Document
Title
EN 60079-0: 2006
Electrical equipment for hazardous gas atmospheres Part 0: General requirements
EN 60079-15: 2005
Electrical equipment for hazardous gas atmospheres Part 15: Design, testing and identification of electrical equipment
with type of protection "n"
DIN VDE 0848-5: 2001
(in parts)
Safety in electrical, magnetic and electromagnetic fields Part 5: Explosion protection
ZLS SK 107.1
Central office of the states for safety; test components
Identification
The identification of the electrical equipment as an enclosed unit is:
II 3G Ex nC IIB T5
-25 °C to +70 °C
Um = 30 V DC
The equipment is assigned the following references:
XXXYYYZZZ
[= serial number, is assigned during production]
TPS 09 ATEX 1 459 X [= certificate number]
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"No use of the equipment in the vicinity of processes generating high charges"
"Do not disconnect plug on load"
5.6.11
Use of the reader in hazardous areas for gases
Temperature class delineation for gases
The temperature class of the reader for hazardous areas depends on the ambient
temperature range:
Ambient temperature range
Temperature class
-25 °C to +70 °C
T5
WARNING
Ignitions of gas-air mixtures
When using the RF380R reader, check to ensure that the temperature class is observed in
respect of the requirements of the area of application
Non-compliance with the permitted temperature ranges while using the reader can lead to
ignitions of gas-air mixtures.
5.6.12
Installation and operating conditions for the hazardous area
a) The connector on the RF380R must be grounded via its supply line.
b) Use of the equipment in the vicinity of processes generating high charges is not allowed.
c) The plug of the RF380R must not be disconnected in a hazardous atmosphere or under
load.
d) The supply line for the RF380R is not part of this certificate. The supply line must exhibit a
sufficient temperature resistance.
e) The equipment must be mechanically protected when installed.
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Dimensions in mm
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6.1
Overview of RF300 tags
Characteristics of the RF300 tags
The RF300 tags (RF3xxT) stand out particularly for their extremely fast data exchange with
the RF300 readers (RF3xxR). With the exception of the RF320T transponder, all of the
RF300 tags have 8 to 64 KB of FRAM memory, which has an almost unlimited capacity for
read/write actions.
RF300 tags
The following RF300 tags can be used at any time with RF300:
● RF320T
● RF340T
● RF350T
● RF360T
● RF370T
● RF380T
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6.2 Memory configuration of the RF300 tags
6.2
Memory configuration of the RF300 tags
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Memory configuration of the RF300 tags
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6.2 Memory configuration of the RF300 tags
EEPROM area
The memory configuration of an RF300 tag always comprises an EEPROM memory that has
20 bytes for user data (read/write) and a 4 byte unique serial number (UID, read only). For
reasons of standardization, the UID is transferred as an 8 byte value through a read
command to address FFF0 with a length of 8. The unused 4 high bytes are filled with zeros.
Note
The EEPROM user memory (address FF00-FF13, or FF80-FF90) requires significantly more
time for writing (approx. 11 ms/byte) than the high-speed FRAM memory. For time-critical
applications with a write function, it is therefore recommended that FRAM tags are used (e.g.
RF340T, RF350T, RF360T, RF370T, RF380T).
FRAM area
Depending on the tag type, high-speed FRAM memory is available. (8 KB, 32 KB, 64 KB).
This area does not exist for the RF320T.
In the case of RF3xxT tags with FRAM memory, the data carrier initialization command
(INIT) is only effective on this memory area but not on the EEPROM area (FF00-FF13).
OTP area
The EEPROM memory area (address FF00-FF13) can also be used as a so-called "OTP"
memory (One Time Programmable). The 5 block addresses FF80, FF84, FF88, FF8C and
FF90 are used for this purpose. A write command to this block address with a valid length (4,
8, 12, 16, 20 depending on the block address) protects the written data from subsequent
overwriting.
Note
The OTP area cannot be used for the IQ-Sense reader variant.
Note
Seamless use of the OTP area
When the OTP area is used, it must be ensured that the blocks are used starting from Block
0 consecutively.
Examples:
3 blocks (with write command), Block 0, 1, 2 (FF80, length = 12): valid
2 blocks (consecutive), Block 0 (FF80, length =4), Block 1 (FF84, length = 4): valid
2 blocks (consecutive), Block 0 (FF80, length =4), Block 2 (FF88, length = 4): Invalid
1 Block, Block 4 (FF90, length = 4): Invalid
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6.3 SIMATIC RF320T
NOTICE
Use of the OTP area is not reversible.
If you use the OPT area, you cannot undo it, because the OPT area can only be written to
once.
6.3
SIMATIC RF320T
6.3.1
Features
RF320T
Characteristics
Field of application
Identification tasks on small assembly lines in harsh
industrial environments
Memory
Read-only area (4 bytes UID)
Read/write range
See Section Field data of RF300 transponders
(Page 41)
Mounting on metal
Not possible: Recommended distance from metal
≥ 20 mm
User data area (20 bytes)
6.3.2
Ordering data
Table 6- 1
Ordering data RF320T
RF320T





6.3.3
Order number
Button
Memory size: 20 byte EEPROM
IP67
Operating temperature: -25 °C to +85 °C
Dimensions: Ø = 27 mm x 4 mm
6GT2800-1CA00
Mounting on metal
Mounting of RF320T on metal
Direct mounting of the RF320T on metal is not allowed.
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The following figures show the minimum distance between the RF320T and metal:
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Flush-mounting of RF320T in metal
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> 20 mm
> 20 mm
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Flush-mounting of RF320T in metal with spacer
At lower values, the field data change significantly, resulting in a reduced range.
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6.3.4
Technical data
Table 6- 2
Technical data for RF320T
Memory size
20 bytes EEPROM (r/w), 4 bytes UID (ro)
Memory organization
Byte-oriented access, write protection possible
in 4-byte blocks
MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) in years
1800
Read cycles
Unlimited
Write cycles, min.
50 000
at ≤ 40 °C, typical
> 100 000
Data retention time
> 10 years (at < +40 °C)
Read/write distance
Dependent on the reader used
[see Chapter Field data of RF300 transponders
(Page 41) ]
Energy source
Inductive power transmission
Shock/vibration-resistant to EN 60721-3-7, Class 7
M3
100 g/20 g
Torsion and bending load
Not permissible
Fixing
Adhesive/M3 screws
Recommended spacing from metal
> 20 mm
Degree of protection to EN 60529

Housing
 Dimensions
 Color/material
Button
 Ø 27 mm x 4 mm
 Black/epoxy resin
Ambient temperature
 Operation
 Transport and storage


Weight
Approx. 5 g
IP67/IPX9K
-25 to +85 °C
-40 to +125 °C
Note
All the technical data listed are typical data and are applicable for an ambient temperature
between 0 and +50 °C and a metal-free environment.
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6.3.5
Dimension drawing
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Dimensions in mm
6.4
SIMATIC RF340T
6.4.1
Features
RF340T
Characteristics
Field of application
Identification tasks on small assembly lines
in harsh industrial environments
Memory
Read-only area (4 bytes UID)
Read/write memory (8 KB)
OTP 1) memory (20 bytes)
1)
Read/write range
See Section Field data of RF300
transponders (Page 41)
Mounting on metal
Direct mounting on metal is possible.
OTP: (One Time Programmable)
6.4.2
Ordering data
Table 6- 3
Ordering data RF340T
RF340T




IP68
Memory size: 8 KB FRAM
Operating temperature: -25 °C to +85 °C
Dimensions: 48 x 25 x 15 (L x W x H, in mm)
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6.4 SIMATIC RF340T
6.4.3
Mounting on metal
Direct mounting of the RF340T on metal is permitted.
Mounting of RF340T on metal
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Mounting of RF340T on metal
Flush-mounting of RF340T in metal:
0HWDO
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Flush-mounting of RF340T in metal
The standard value for a is ≥ 20 mm. At lower values, the field data change significantly,
resulting in a reduction in the range.
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6.4.4
Technical specifications
Table 6- 4
Technical specifications for RF340T
Memory size
8 KB
Memory organization
Blocks of 8 bits/byte-by-byte
Memory configuration
 Serial number (UID)
 Application memory
 OPT memory



Storage technology
FRAM / EEPROM
MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) in years
1200
Write cycles, at +40 °C
Virtually unlimited (>1010)
Read cycles
Virtually unlimited (>1010)
Data transmission time
 Read
 Write
With RS422 reader:
With IQ-Sense reader:
Approx. 0.13 ms/byte
approx. 0.13 ms/byte
Approx. 20 ms/byte
approx. 25 ms/byte
Data retention
> 10 years
Read/write distance
Dependent on the reader used [see Chapter
Field data of RF300 transponders (Page 41)]
4 bytes (fixed code)
8189 bytes r/w
20-byte OTP 1) memory
Multitag capability
max. 4 transponders
Recommended spacing from metal
can be directly mounted on metal
Power supply
Inductive, without battery
Degree of protection to EN 60529
Shock to EN 60721-3-7
Vibration to EN 60721-3-7
Torsion and bending load
IP68/IPX9K
50 g
20 g
Not permitted permanently
Enclosure dimensions
Color
Material
Fixing
48 x 25 x 15 mm (L x W x H)
Anthracite
PA12
2 screws (M3)
Ambient temperature
 Operation
 Storage and transport
-25°C to +85°C
-40°C to +85°C
Weight
Approx. 25 g
1)
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Features
RF350T
Characteristics
Field of application
Memory
Identification tasks on small assembly lines
in harsh industrial environments
Read-only area (4 bytes UID)
Read/write memory (32 KB)
OTP 1) memory (20 bytes)
1)
Read/write range
See Section Field data of RF300
transponders (Page 41)
Mounting on metal
Direct mounting on metal is possible.
OTP: One Time Programmable
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6.5.2
Ordering data
Table 6- 5
Ordering data RF350T
RF350T




6.5.3
Order number
IP68
Memory size: 32 KB FRAM (read/write) and 4 byte EEPROM (read
only)
Operating temperature: -25 °C … +85 °C
Dimensions: 50 x 50 x 20 (L x W x H, in mm)
6GT2800-5BD00
Mounting on metal
Direct mounting of the RF350T on metal is permitted.
Mounting of RF350T on metal
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Flush-mounting of RF350T in metal:
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The standard value for a is ≥ 20 mm. At lower values, the field data change significantly,
resulting in a reduction in the range.
6.5.4
Technical data
Table 6- 6
144
Technical specifications for RF350T
Memory size
32 KB
Memory organization
Blocks of 8 bits/byte-by-byte
Memory configuration
 Serial number (UID)
 Application memory
 OTP 1) memory



Storage technology
FRAM / EEPROM
MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) in years
1200
Write cycles, at +40 °C
Virtually unlimited (>1010)
Read cycles
Virtually unlimited (>1010)
Data transmission time
 Read
 Write
With RS422 reader:
With IQ-Sense reader:
Approx. 0.13 ms/byte
approx. 0.13 ms/byte
Approx. 20 ms/byte
approx. 25 ms/byte
Data retention
> 10 years
4 bytes (fixed code)
32765 bytes r/w
20 bytes
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Read/write distance
Dependent on the reader used
[see Chapter Field data of RF300 transponders
(Page 41)]
Multitag capability
max. 4 transponders
Recommended spacing from metal
can be directly mounted on metal
Power supply
Inductive, without battery
Degree of protection to EN 60529
Shock to EN 60721-3-7
Vibration to EN 60721-3-7
Torsion and bending load
IP68
50 g
20 g
Not permitted permanently
Enclosure dimensions
Color
Material
Fixing
50 x 50 x 20 mm (L x W x H)
Anthracite
PA12
2 screws M4
Ambient temperature
 Operation
 Transport and storage
-25 °C to +85 °C
-40 °C to +85 °C
Weight
Approx. 25 g
1)
OTP: One Time Programmable
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6.6 SIMATIC RF360T
6.6
SIMATIC RF360T
6.6.1
Features
RF360T
Characteristics
Field of application
Identification tasks on small assembly lines
in harsh industrial environments
Memory
Read-only area (4 bytes UID)
Read/write memory (8 KB)
OTP 1) memory (20 bytes)
1)
Read/write range
Refer to SectionField data of RF300
transponders (Page 41)
Mounting on metal
Not possible; recommended distance from
metal ≥ 20 mm
OTP. One Time Programmable
6.6.2
Ordering data
Table 6- 7
Ordering data RF360T
RF360T


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IP67
Memory size: 8 KB FRAM (read/write) and 4 byte EEPROM
(read only)
Operating temperature: -25 °C … +75 °C
Dimensions: 85.8 x 54.8 x 2.5 (L x W x H, in mm)
Table 6- 8
6.6.3
Order number
6GT2800-4AC00
Ordering data for RF360T accessories
RF360T accessories
Order number
Spacers
6GT2190-0AA00
Fixing pocket
6GT2190-0AB00
Mounting on metal
Direct mounting of the RF360T on metal is not allowed. A distance ≥ 20 mm is
recommended. This can be achieved using the spacer 6GT2190-0AA00 in combination with
the fixing pocket 6GT2190-0AB00.
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