Datalogic QLM700 Installation manual

QLM700
INSTALLATION MANUAL
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Figure A
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Power In Connector and LED
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Profinet IO Port 2 Connector and LED
2
ID-NET Connector and LED
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Auxiliary Port Connector
3
Trigger Connector and LED
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IP Address Selectors (last octet)
4
I/O Connector and LED
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Reading Device Connector
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Profinet IO Port 1 Connector and LED
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Mounting slots (6)
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DESCRIPTION
The QLM700 Profinet IO Gateway is an active connection module which can be used in
Standalone or ID-NET™ Master Multidata, or Master Synchronized layouts. It provides a fast
and efficient way to cable both an Profinet IO network and an ID-NET™ network using
standard cables.
It provides separate M12 connectors for Power Supply, Profinet Communication, ID-NET™
Network, External Trigger, Digital I/O and Aux RS232 Communication for configuration of the
reading device.
The QLM700 Gateway provides an easy way to connect many Datalogic reading devices to
any PLC with Profinet IO support. It allows Profinet IO real-time communication with bus
topologies, and due to its two Profinet ports, it eliminates the need for expensive external
switches.
Host communication is provided through the integrated Profinet IO circuitry which connects
internally to the reader's Main serial interface (RS232).
ID-NET™ network and power supply signals are provided to the next connected device (IDNET™ Slave), by means of a dedicated M12 connector. However there is not a second
ID-NET™ network connector for bus propagation and therefore the QLM700 cannot be used
as an ID-NET™ Slave.
The reading device is connected to the QLM700 through a standard 25-pin D-sub connector.
Three rotary switches allow easy manual Network Addressing selection.
The following accessories make system cabling easy:

CBL-1487 connector or CS-A2-02-G-xx cable, to build the Power Supply connection.

FMC600 connector, to build the I/O connections.

CAB-AUX03 cable, to connect the Gateway to a PC to configure the connected reading
device.

CBL-1480-xx cable, to build the ID-NET network connections.
If necessary, commercial cables are available for trigger connections to a PNP photocell (see
TRG Connector paragraph).
QLM700 has integrated on-board backup memory and therefore supports Backup and
Restore procedures for the connected device and relative ID-NET™ network (if used). See
the device's Backup and Restore procedure in the Help On Line.
For the 2KN-4K Family Scanners, Backup and Restore can also be performed using
programming barcodes, see the Setup Procedure Using Programming Barcodes document
on the reader's CD-ROM.
For full compatibility with QLM700, the 2KN-4K Family Scanner must have
software package 007_3 or later.
NOTE
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PACKAGE CONTENTS
Verify that the QLM700 and all the parts supplied with the equipment are present and intact
when opening the packaging; the list of parts includes:

QLM700 Gateway

This Installation Manual

Mounting screws and washers (2)

M12 protection caps (5) pre-mounted
Figure 1 - Package Contents
ACCESSORIES
The following accessories are available on request for the QLM700:
Name
Description
Field Mountable Connectors
CBL-1487
PWR-IN CONNECTOR M12 5P F. A-Coded
FMC600
QLM-I/O CONNECTOR M12 8P M. A-Coded
93A050045
93ACC0040
Cables
CS-A2-02-G-03
CS-A2-02-G-10
CAB-AUX03
CBL-1480-01
CBL-1480-02
95A251360
95A251260
93A051385
93A050049
93A050050
PWR-IN Cable M12/5P FEMALE 90°/4 WIRES 3M
PWR-IN Cable M12/5P FEMALE 90°/4 WIRES 10M
SERIAL CABLE M12/3P MALE/DB9 3M
ID-NET Out/In M12/5P MALE/FEMALE 1M IDNET
ID-NET Out/In M12/5P MALE/FEMALE 2M IDNET
Part Number
SUPPORTED READING DEVICES
The QLM700 can be directly connected to all of the following readers through the 25-pin
connector illustrated in Figure A.
DS2100N
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Linear Scanners
DS2400N
DS4800
2D Readers
(future release)
QLM700 INSTALLATION MANUAL
MECHANICAL INSTALLATION
QLM700 can be mounted to various surfaces using the two M5x20 screw and washers
included in the package:

The M5x20 screws can be used to mount the QLM700 to metallic/plastic surfaces already
prepared with M5 threaded holes.

QLM700 can also be mounted to a Bosch Frame using the two M5x20 screws included in
the package, plus two specific commercial T-nuts (for example the Bosch Rexroth T-nut 10
M5, cod. 3 842 530 283).

Mounting to other surfaces, such as concrete walls or metallic panels, requires
appropriate user-supplied parts (screws, screw anchors, nuts, etc).
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[1.55]
The diagram below gives the overall dimensions of the QLM700 and shows the mounting
through-holes.
200
[7.88]
5.5 n° 2
[0.22]
[in]
=
53.5
[2.11]
9.5
[0.37]
mm
Mounting
Slots (6)
=
81
[3.18]
=
=
188
[7.40]
5.5 n° 4
[0.22]
Figure 2 - Overall Dimensions
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
CONNECTORS
PWR-IN (Power In)
M12 5P Male
(A-coded)
Pin
Function
1
Vdc
2
nc
3
GND
4
nc
5
nc
ID-NET (Out)
M12 5P Female
(A-coded)
Pin
Function
1
Shield
2
Vdc
3
GND
4
ID+
5
ID-
4
5
3
1
2
TRG (Trigger)
M12 4P Female
(A-coded)
Pin
Function
1
+V (I/O)
2
nc
3
-V (I/O)
4
I1+ (trigger)
4
2
1
AUX
M12 5P Female
(B-coded)
Pin
Function
1
nc
2
RXA
3
GND
4
TXA
5
nc
4
1
3
2
4
4
2
6
5
7
8
4
1
3
ETH2 (Profinet IO Port 2)
M12 4P Female
(D-coded)
Pin
Function
1
TX+
2
RX+
3
TX4
RX-
1
3
2
1
3
2
13
1
25
Pin
1, shell,
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Function
Reader Chassis
TXM
RXM
RTSM
CTSM
I2A
GND
O1+
nc
2
4
5
Reader
25P D-Sub Female
6
5
1
I/O
M12 8P Female
(A-coded)
Pin
Function
1
+V (I/O)
2
-V (I/O)
3
I2+ (input)
4
nc
5
O1+ (output)
6
O1- (output)
7
O2+ (output)
8
O2- (output)
3
ETH1 (Profinet IO Port 1)
M12 4P Female
(D-coded)
Pin
Function
1
TX+
2
RX+
3
TX4
RX-
3
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Pin
Function
Pin
Function
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
I2B
O2+
O2Vdc
nc
nc
nc
nc
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
I1A
GND
RXA
TXA
O1ID+
IDGND
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PWR-IN
PWR-IN is a 5-pin Male A-Coded M12 connector. Input power must only be supplied to the
QLM700 at the PWR-IN connector; from there it is internally distributed to the connected
reading device, the ID-NET™ network and all the I/O devices.
You can use the CBL-1487 connector and follow the pinout above to build your own Power
Supply connector cable.
You can also use one of the CS-A2-02-G-xx cables which terminate in four single stranded
wires. The brown wire corresponds to pin 1 Vdc, the blue wire to pin 3 GND. The white
and black wires are not used.
The LED placed below the PWR-IN connector, signals the presence of input Power. If the
polarity is correct, the LED is blue; if the polarity is reversed, the LED is red; if no power is
supplied, the LED is off.
CAUTION
The QLM700 and the connected reader are protected from polarity inversion
through the PWR-IN connector, but this is not true for the other devices
connected to the ID-NET™ Network, TRG and I/O connectors (i.e. external
trigger, encoder, etc.). Check the correct Power Supply polarity looking at
the PWR-IN LED before connecting other devices to the QLM700.
The power supply must be between 10 and 30 Vdc only.
Voltage Drop and Max Distributed Current Calculations
For correct ID-NET™ network management, the maximum number of readers which can
propagate power through the QLs must be calculated so that max distributed current is not
exceeded (4.0 A), and so voltage drop doesn't affect reader functioning. This is done
according to the following formula:
Voltage Drop =
(Max Reader Current x Number of readers) x
(Resistance per Meter per wire* x Cable length in Meters)
* the resistance calculation must include both wires (Vdc and GND).
Example:
An ID-NET™ network is composed of 4 DS2100N readers. Three 2-meter ID-NET™ cables
are used to connect the readers, which have Cable Resistance = 0.058 Ohms per meter per
wire. The network power is 24 Vdc.
(0.125 A x 4 readers) x [(0.058 x 2) x 6 meters] = 0.348 Vdc voltage drop
24 Vdc - 0.348 = 23.65 Vdc at reader number 4 (worst case)
Integrate a sufficient number of QL200s to resupply network power.
ID-NET
ID-NET is a 5-pin Female A-Coded M12 connector. It is used to connect the network signals
and the power supply for the ID-NET™ Network towards ID-NET™ Slaves.
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Pins 2 and 3 on the ID-NET connector carry the same power supply lines present on pins 1
and 3 of the PWR-IN connector; however power must only be supplied to the QLM700
through the PWR-IN connector.
In an ID-NET™ network, the reading device connected to the QLM700 must be configured
as an ID-NET™ Master; to facilitate the network setup, the QLM700 already provides an
internal bus termination resistor (the Master is the first device of the chain).
CAUTION
When using QLM700 in an ID-NET™ network application, the network
termination cap must be connected to the last device of the chain.
TRG CONNECTOR
TRG is a 4-pin Female A-Coded M12 connector. You can connect a PNP photocell to it,
which will act as an External Trigger (Input 1) for the connected reading device. Several
commercial cables are available to make this connection such as the SAC-4P-M12MS series
by Phoenix Contact.
When the Trigger is activated, the LED below the TRG connector is yellow.
See the Technical Features table for electrical specifications.
NOTE
Pins 1 +V (I/O) and 3 -V (I/O) are derived from Vdc and GND and are
useful for supplying the external trigger through the QLM700 power source,
however pins 1 and 3 of the TRG connector must not be used as power
supply inputs to the QLM700.
I/O CONNECTOR
I/O is an 8-pin Female A-Coded M12 connector. It carries the signals for the additional I/O
(Input 2 / Secondary Trigger, Output 1 and Output 2) as shown below. If Input 2 is used as a
Secondary Trigger, the photocell must be a PNP device.
Note that all these signals are relative to the connected reader.
When the Input 2 (Secondary Trigger) is activated, the LED below the I/O connector is yellow.
When the Output 1 signal is activated, the LED below the I/O connector is red.
When the Output 2 signal is activated, the LED below the I/O connector is green.
See the Technical Features table for electrical specifications.
NOTE
Pins 1 +V (I/O) and 2 -V (I/O) are derived from Vdc and GND and are
useful for supplying the I/O devices through the QLM700 power source,
however pins 1 and 2 of the I/O connector must not be used as power
supply inputs to the QLM700.
To reduce electromagnetic interference use a shielded cable for I/O
connections.
NOTE
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ETH1 CONNECTOR
ETH1 is a 4-pin Female D-Coded M12 connector. It is used to connect the QLM700 to a
Profinet IO network in either Daisy-Chain bus, or Star topologies.
ETH2 CONNECTOR
ETH2 is a 4-pin Female D-Coded M12 connector. It is used to connect the QLM700 to a
Profinet IO network in either Daisy-Chain bus, or Star topologies.
AUX CONNECTOR
AUX is a 5-pin Female B-Coded M12 connector. It is used to connect the reading device
connected to the QLM700 to a configuration program on a PC. For example for the
DS2100N/2400N/4800 barcode readers you should use the Genius™ configuration tool.
You can use the CAB-AUX 03 accessory cable to easily connect the QLM700 to a PC DB9
serial port.
SYSTEM WIRING/CABLING
The connection and wiring procedure for QLM700 is described as follows:
1) Be sure that all the QLM700 M12 connectors are free (not connected).
2) Build your power supply cable using the CBL-1487 accessory connector following the
pinout shown in the Connectors paragraph (PWR-IN Connector). Use an adequate
cable/wire diameter, according to the total current required for the application (QLM700,
connected reader, trigger, other I/O devices, ID-NET™ Network components). One of the
CS-A2-02-G-xx accessory cables can also be used (see PWR-IN paragraph).
3) Connect the power supply cable to the QLM700 (with no other devices connected) and
apply power checking that the polarity is correct: the blue LEDs below both PWR-IN and
ID-NET (out) M12 connectors must be turned on. If instead the red LEDs are turned on,
the polarity is incorrect; switch off the power and check the cable. Correct the situation so
that the power supply polarity is correct.
4) When the connection to the power supply is correct switch off the power.
5) Connect the reading device to the 25-pin connector.
6) If your application requires it, connect a PNP photocell to the TRG connector. Several
commercial cables are available (see TRG Connector paragraph).
7) If your application involves other I/O devices you can build your I/O cable using the
FMC600 accessory and following the pinout shown in the Connectors paragraph (I/O
Connector); next connect your cable to the I/O connector.
8) If an ID-NET™ network is required in your application, build the network using the proper
Datalogic Automation accessory cables, connectors and termination cap. See the Typical
Layouts for example.
9) Connect the QLM700 to the Profinet IO Network using proper Ethernet cables. If the
ETH2 connector is not used to propagate the network, use the M12 protection cap.
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10) Preset the Node Address of the QLM700, as shown in the Profinet IO Network Address
Selectors paragraph.
11) Switch on the power supply; after a while (the system needs some seconds to boot),
and if the Profinet IO Host is ready and has correctly recognized the QLM700, the green
Network Status and Module Status LEDs below both ETH1 and ETH2 M12 connectors
should be turned on.
12) If you need to configure the reading device, connect the AUX port through the CABAUX03 accessory cable to a PC and run the configuration program (i.e. Genius™).
Now the system is ready to operate.
To avoid electromagnetic interference connect the QLM700 housing to a
good earth ground.
NOTE
PROFINET IO NETWORK ADDRESS SELECTORS
An IPv4 IP Address is composed of four octets (bytes) and can be represented by four
decimal numbers separated by dots (dotted notation). For example, in the following address:
195.24.65.215, the last octet is 215.
The QLM700 has three embedded rotary switches allowing easy manual selection of the last
octet of the IP Address. Valid selections for the last octet of the IP Address are shown in the
table below. Address selections outside of these values are not accepted.
000-255 = A valid selection for the last octet of the IP Address
777 = Remote Assignment through the IPConfig application available on the reader's
CD-ROM.
888 = Static Assignment – set manually through Genius™
999 = set through a DHCP server
Using a small screwdriver, set the three rotary switches manually to the desired IP Address
(reading from left to right). Figure 3 shows address 107 as the last octet.
Hundreds
Tens
Units
Figure 3 – Profinet IO Network Address Selectors
So, for the example above, the IP Address stored in the connected reading device is
195.24.65.215 and the configuration defined by the three rotary switches is 107; when the
gateway is switched on the IP Address is assumed to be 195.24.65.107.
The full IP Address as well as the Gateway Address can be set by printing and then reading
custom barcode labels as described in the "Custom Barcode IP Address/Station Name
Assignment" document available on the reader's CD-ROM.
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INDICATOR LEDS
There are six Indicator LEDs which signal power, I/O and Profinet IO communication activity
and are visible below the M12 connectors (excluding AUX).
PWR-IN / ID-NET
The Power LEDs are blue when power is correctly applied to the QLM700.
These LEDs are red if power polarity is incorrect. In this case the QLM700 and the
connected reading device are protected.
CAUTION
If external I/O devices are powered through QLM700 (connected to +V I/O
and -V I/O), they are not protected from polarity inversion.
TRG
The Trigger LED is yellow and it is on when the Trigger (presence sensor) photocell is
activated.
I/O
The I/O LEDs reflect the activity of the supplemental I/O devices connected to the reading
device through the QLM700.
The Input 2 LED is yellow and it is on when the supplemental photocell is activated.
The Output 1 LED is red and it is on when the reading device Output 1 is activated.
The Output 2 LED is green and it is on when the reading device Output 2 is activated.
ETH1
There are two LEDs
below ETH1 which act as
the ‘Profinet IO Network
Status’ indicator and the
'Port 1 Link Activity'
indicator. They are driven
according to the following
tables.
ETH2
There are two LEDs
below ETH2 which act as
the ‘Profinet IO Module
Status’ indicator and the
'Port 2 Link Activity'
indicator.
They are driven according
to the following table.
Network Status LED
Off
Green
Flashing Green
No power, No connection with IO controller
connection with IO controller established,
IO controller in Run state
connection with IO controller established,
IO controller in Stop state
Port 1 Link Activity LED
Blinking Green
Blinking Yellow
Link Activity on Port 1 @ 100 Mbit/s
Link Activity on Port 1 @ 10 Mbit/s
Module Status LED
Off
Green
Flashing Green (1 flash)
Flashing Green (2 flashes)
Red
Flashing Red (1 flash)
Flashing Red (2 flashes)
Flashing Red (3 flashes)
Flashing Red (4 flashes)
No power or Not initialized
Normal operation
Diagnostic event(s)
Blink (node identification)
Exception error
Configuration error
IP address not set
Station Name not set
Internal error
Port 2 Link Activity LED
Blinking Green
Blinking Yellow
Link Activity on Port 2 @ 100 Mbit/s
Link Activity on Port 2 @ 10 Mbit/s
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TYPICAL LAYOUTS
The following figure shows the general system layout.
Reading
Device
Reader
Configuration PC
Auxiliary
Interface
protection cap
or
to next Profinet IO node
QLM700
Power
from previous Profinet IO node
ID-NET™
Trigger
or
I/O
from Profinet IO PLC (Host)
Figure 4 – General System Layout
The dotted lines in the figure refer to optional hardware configurations.
The general system layout allows the QLM700 Profinet IO Gateway to connect one of the
compatible serial reading devices (2KN, 4K Scanner), collect its information and send it to a
Profinet IO Host.
In a daisy chain topology, the Profinet IO network from the Host is connected to one of the
two QLM700 Profinet IO ports. The other Profinet IO port connects either to the next Profinet
IO node or is left unconnected (sealed by the protection cap).
In a star topology, one of the two Profinet IO ports is connected to an Ethernet switch; the
other port remains unconnected.
The reading device connects to the 25-pin connector.
The ID-NET™ interface allows a network of ID-NET™ Slaves to be connected to the
QLM700's reading device which acts as the ID-NET™ Master.
The reading device auxiliary interface signals are available on the AUX connector which can
be quickly connected to a portable PC for reader configuration.
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The following diagrams are examples showing layout connections and are not intended to
represent power limits, which instead, depend on each specific application. See "Voltage
Drop and Max Distributed Current Calculations".
ID-NET™ Slave
CAB-AUX04
CAB-AUX03
4 5
DS2100N
GOOD
STATUS
TRIGGER
READY
COM
protection
cap
QL300
6
QLM700
INTERFACE
LEARN
TEST
3
QL300
5
DS4800
Matrix 410™
SETUP
X PRESS
CBL-1490
Configuration PC
CAB-AUX04
4 5
7
Profinet IO Node
ID-NET™ Master
ID-NET™ Slave
3
3
6
CBL-1480-xx
2
4
2
CBL-1480-xx
1
or
to next
Profinet IO
node
Profinet IO PLC (Host)
ID-NET™ Multidata Network - DS4800 Master with QLM700 + mixed Slaves with QL300s
QL100
6
INTERFACE
5
STATUS
TRIGGER
READY
GOOD
COM
Profinet IO Node
ID-NET™ Master
SETUP
LEARN
TEST
X PRESS
ID-NET™ Slaves
CAB-AUX03
CBL-1480-xx
Configuration PC
7 CBL-1490
READY
SETUP
LEARN
TEST
GOOD
TRIGGER
COM
STATUS
X PRESS
INTERFACE
or
QL100
QLM700
3
2
1
CBL-1480-xx
6
protection
cap
to next Profinet IO
node
2
4
Profinet IO PLC (Host)
ID-NET™ Synchronized Network - DS2100N Master with QLM700 + DS2100N Slaves with QL100s
 Input Power
 Profinet IO Interface
 External Trigger (for On-Line Mode)
NOTE
 External Digital I/O Devices
 Aux port for Reader Configuration
 ID-NET™ Network
 ID-NET™ Terminator
The ID-NET™ network must be terminated inserting an ID-NET™ terminator
into the last QL in the network. ID-NET™ on the QLM700 is internally
terminated.
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TECHNICAL FEATURES
ELECTRICAL FEATURES
Supply Voltage
Consumption
Maximum Distributed Current Allowed
 ID-NET™
Limited Current Consumption
 QLM700 + reading device
 Trigger + I/O device
(see related device manuals)
Inputs: Input1 (TRG), Input 2
Voltage
Current Consumption
Outputs: Output 1, Output 2
VCE
Collector Current
VCE Saturation
Power Dissipation
10 to 30 Vdc
0.3 - 0.2 A
4.0 A max
1.85 A max
0.75 A max
Optocoupled
30 Vdc max.
12 mA max.
Optocoupled
30 Vdc max.
40 mA continuous max.; 130 mA pulsed max.
1V max. @ 10 mA
80 mW max. @ 45 °C (ambient temperature)
COMMUNICATION INTERFACES
Host Interface
Auxiliary
ID-NET™
Communication Protocols
Profinet IO 10/100 Mbit/s
RS232 up to 115.2 kbit/s
RS485 Half Duplex up to 1 Mbit/s
Datalogic Application Driver (DAD Driver)
USER INTERFACE
LED Indicators:
Power/ID-NET
Trig
I/O
ETH1
ETH2
Power On/Polarity Error (blue/red)
Trigger Activity (yellow)
IN2 (yellow), OUT1 (red), OUT2 (green),
Network Status (green/red), Link Activity (green/yellow),
Module Status (green/red), Link Activity (green/yellow)
PHYSICAL FEATURES
Mechanical Dimensions
Weight
200 x 81 x 40 mm
(7.9 x 3.2 x 1.6 in.)
500 g. (17.64 oz.)
ENVIRONMENTAL FEATURES
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Humidity max.
Vibration Resistance
EN 60068-2-6
Bump Resistance
EN 60068-2-29
Protection Class EN 60529
0° to 50 C (+32° to 122 °F)
-20° to 70 C (-4° to 158 °F)
90% non condensing
14 mm @ 2 to 10 Hz; 1.5 mm @ 13 to 55 Hz;
2 g @ 70 to 200 Hz; 2 hours on each axis
30 g; 6 ms;
5000 shocks on each axis
IP65 *
The features given are typical at a 25 C ambient temperature (if not otherwise indicated).
* when all the M12 connectors and reading device are correctly connected (or closed with a proper
protection cap).
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COMPLIANCE
POWER SUPPLY
This product is intended to be installed by Qualified Personnel only.
This device is intended to be supplied by a UL Listed or CSA Certified Power Unit with Class 2
or LPS power source.
Total power consumption is given by adding the QLM700 power consumption
to that of all the devices powered through the QLM700 (reading device, P.S.,
I/O). Refer to the manual of the connected devices for details about
CAUTION minimum/maximum supply voltage and power consumption.
CE COMPLIANCE
Warning: This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
FCC COMPLIANCE
Modifications or changes to this equipment without the expressed written approval of
Datalogic could void the authority to use the equipment.
This device complies with PART 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following
two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference which may cause undesired
operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his own expense.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
EC-128
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Datalogic Automation S.r.l.
Via Lavino 265
40050 Monte San Pietro
Bologna - Italy
www.automation.datalogic.com
declares that the
QLxxx and QLMxxx; Connection module
and all its models
are in conformity with the requirements of the European Council Directives listed below:
2004 / 108 / EC EMC Directive
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This Declaration is based upon compliance of the products to the following standards:
EN 55022 ( CLASS A ITE ), DECEMBER 2010:
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT
RADIO DISTURBANCE CHARACTERISTICS
LIMITS AND METHODS OF MEASUREMENTS
EN 61000-6-2, SEPTEMBER 2005:
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY (EMC)
PART 6-2: GENERIC STANDARDS - IMMUNITY FOR INDUSTRIAL
ENVIRONMENTS
Monte San Pietro, January 20th , 2012
Paolo Morselli
Quality Manager
UNI EN ISO 14001