Sick RFH620 RFID Write/Read Device (HF) Operating instructions

Sick RFH620 RFID Write/Read Device (HF) Operating instructions
Operating Instructions
O PE R AT I N G I N S T R U C T I O N S
RFH620
RFID
WRITE/READ
DEVICE (HF)
RFID
RFH620 write/read
device (HF)
Software Versions
Operating Instructions
RFID RFH620 write/read device (HF)
Software Versions
Software/Tool
Function
Version
RFH620 write/read
device
SICK firmware
From v 1.00
Device Description
RFH620
Device-specific software module for SOPAS-ET configuration software
From v 1.00
SOPAS-ET
Configuration software
From v 3.00
Copyright
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Erwin-Sick-Str. 1
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Table of contents
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Abbreviations used ........................................................................................... 5
Tables................................................................................................................. 7
Figures ............................................................................................................... 8
Notes on this document................................................................................................... 9
1.1
Purpose of this document ................................................................................ 9
1.2
Target group ...................................................................................................... 9
1.3
Depth of information......................................................................................... 9
1.4
Used symbols ..................................................................................................10
For your safety .................................................................................................................11
2.1
Authorised users .............................................................................................11
2.2
Intended use ...................................................................................................12
2.3
General safety precautions and protection measures .................................13
2.4
Quick stop and quick restart ..........................................................................14
2.5
Environmental information.............................................................................14
Quick-Start .......................................................................................................................15
3.1
Preparing the RFH620 for the quick start.....................................................15
3.2
Establishing connection with the RFH620....................................................15
3.3
Performing the reading...................................................................................16
Product description.........................................................................................................19
4.1
Device versions ...............................................................................................19
4.2
Mounting and mode of operation of the RFH620 ........................................19
4.3
Scope of delivery .............................................................................................22
4.4
System requirements......................................................................................22
4.5
Product features and functions (overview) ...................................................22
4.6
Functions of the RFH620 ...............................................................................24
4.7
Control elements and indicators....................................................................27
Installation .......................................................................................................................31
5.1
Overview of installation sequence .................................................................31
5.2
Installation preparations ................................................................................31
5.3
Installation location ........................................................................................33
5.4
Installation of the RFH620 .............................................................................33
5.5
Installing external components......................................................................33
5.6
Dismantling the RFH620 ................................................................................34
Electrical installation ......................................................................................................35
6.1
Overview of installation sequence .................................................................35
6.2
Electrical installation preparations ................................................................35
6.3
Electric connections and cables ....................................................................36
6.4
Prerequisites for the safe operation of the RFH620 in a system ................39
6.6
Pin assignment and wire colours of the assembled cables.........................48
Commissioning and configuration ...............................................................................51
7.1
Overview of the start-up procedure ...............................................................51
7.2
SOPAS-ET configuration software ..................................................................51
7.3
Establishing communication with the RFH620.............................................53
7.4
Initial commissioning ......................................................................................55
7.5
Default setting.................................................................................................58
Maintenance ....................................................................................................................59
8.1
Maintenance during operation.......................................................................59
8.2
Cleaning the housing ......................................................................................59
8.3
Checking the incremental encoder................................................................59
8.4
Replacing an RFH620.....................................................................................59
Troubleshooting...............................................................................................................61
9.1
Overview of errors and malfunctions which could occur..............................61
9.2
Detailed malfunction analysis........................................................................61
9.3
Status protocol ................................................................................................62
9.4
SICK support....................................................................................................62
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10 Technical data................................................................................................................. 63
10.1 RFH620 data sheet ........................................................................................ 63
10.2 RFH620‘s dimensional drawings. ................................................................. 65
11 Appendix .......................................................................................................................... 67
11.1 Overview of the Appendixes........................................................................... 67
11.2 Configuring the RFH620 with command strings .......................................... 67
11.3 Dimensional drawing accessories................................................................. 68
11.4 EU Declaration of Conformity......................................................................... 68
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Abbreviations used
AM
Amplitude Modulation
CAN
Controlled Area Network. Field bus protocol on the basis of the CAN bus
CDB
Connection Device Basic
CDM
Connection Device Modular
CMC
Connection Module Cloning
CMD
Connection Module Display
CMF
Connection Module Field bus
CMP
Connection Module Power
DSFID
Data Storage Format IDentifier
DSP
Digital Signal Processor
EOF
End Of Frame
ETX
End Of Text
FCC
Federal Communications Commission
HTML
I
Hyper Text Markup Language (page description language in the internet)
Input
IC
Integrated Circuit
ID
IDentification
IP
Internet Protocol
ISO/IEC
ITF
International Organisation for Standardisation / International Electrotechnical Commission
Interrogator Talks First
LED
Light Emitting Diode. Light emitting diode
LSB
Least Significant Bit
MAC
Medium Access Control
MSB
Most Significant Bit
MTTF
Mean Time To Failure
MTTR
Mean Time To Repair
O
PC
PID
PROM
RAM
RF
RFID
Output
Personal Computer
Process ID
Programmable Read Only Memory. Programmable read only memory
Random Access Memory. Random access memory
Radio Frequency
Radio Frequency IDentification
ROM
Read Only Memory. Read only memory (non-volatile)
RSSI
Received Signal Strength Indication
RTF
SD
SOF
SOPAS-ET
Rich Text Format (standardised document format with format description)
Secure Digital
Start Of Frame
SICK Open Portal for Application and Systems Engineering Tool (PC software for Windows for configuring the RFH620)
PLC
Progammable Logic Controller
STX
Start Of Text
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TCP/IP
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Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
TID
Tag IDentifier
UID
Unique IDentification code
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Target group of this document ...........................................................................9
Required qualification for commissioning the RFH620 ................................ 11
Variants of the RFH620 ................................................................................... 19
RFH620‘s scope of delivery ............................................................................ 22
Overview of the product features and functions of the RFH620................... 23
Configurable functions of the RFH620............................................................ 26
LED indications ................................................................................................. 27
Meaning of the LEDs during activation of buttons ......................................... 28
Electric connections to the RFH620 with a fixed cable and connector
(serial version) .................................................................................................. 36
Electric connections to the RFH620 with connector unit
(Ethernet version) ............................................................................................ 36
Serial version: Pin assignment on the 15-pole D-Sub-HD male
connector .......................................................................................................... 37
Ethernet version: Pin assignment to the 4-pole M12 female connector,
D-coded ............................................................................................................. 38
Ethernet version: Pin assignment on the 12-pole M12 male connector,
A-coded ............................................................................................................. 38
Recommended maximum cable lengths, depending on the selected
data transfer rate ............................................................................................. 43
Ratings for the switching inputs ..................................................................... 46
Ratings for the switching outputs ................................................................... 47
Pin assignment on the 4-pole M12 male connector and the 6-pole
RJ45 male connector ....................................................................................... 48
Pin assignment on the 12-pole M12 female connector and the 15-pole
D-Sub-HD male connector ............................................................................... 48
Pin assignment on the 12-pole M12 female connector and wire colours
at the open end ................................................................................................ 49
Pin assignment on the 15-pole D-Sub-HD female connector and wire
colours at the open end .................................................................................. 50
Default setting for the SOPAS-ET configuration software (excerpt) ............. 52
Connection between PC with SOPAS-ET configuration software and
the RFH620 ...................................................................................................... 53
Technical specifications of the RFH620 ......................................................... 64
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Register tab Quickstart .................................................................................... 16
Advanced settings on the Performance Optimization register tab ............... 16
Register tab Tag access .................................................................................. 17
Serial version: Device view of the RFH620-1000001.................................... 20
Ethernet version: Device view of RFH620-1001201 ..................................... 21
Serial version: Electric connections to the RFH620 with connection
cable .................................................................................................................. 24
Serial version: Electric connections to the RFH620 with connection cable
by using a CDF600 bus connection module ................................................... 24
Ethernet version: Electrical connections to the RFH620 with connector
unit ..................................................................................................................... 25
Micro SD memory card for storing the parameter set ................................... 29
Example: Fixing the RFH620 with bracket no. 2048551 ............................. 32
Current carrying equipotential bonding........................................................... 39
Electro-optical signal isolators ......................................................................... 40
Insulated installation ....................................................................................... 41
Direction of rotation of the connector unit...................................................... 42
Wiring the serial host data interfaces (RS-232 and RS-422 respectively)
on the 15-pole D-Sub-HD male connector ..................................................... 44
Function of the Ethernet interface .................................................................. 45
Wiring "sensor 1" switching input on the 15-pole D-Sub-HD male
connector .......................................................................................................... 45
Wiring "sensor 2" switching input on the 15-pole D-Sub-HD male
connector .......................................................................................................... 46
Possible wiring of "result 1" switching output on the 15-pole
D-Sub-HD male connector ............................................................................... 47
Configuration with SOPAS-ET and storage of the parameter set .................. 55
Serial version: Dimensions of the RFH620-1000001 ................................... 65
Ethernet version: Dimensions of the RFH620-1001201............................... 66
Dimensions of the fixing bracket no. 2048551 ............................................ 68
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1.1
Purpose of this document
This document provides instructions for technical staff on the installation and operation of
the RFID write/read device of series RFH620 in the following versions:
•
Serial version (with cable and D-sub connector)
•
Ethernet version (with connector unit)
A summary of all device versions is shown in chapter 4.1 Device versions, page 19.
This document contains information for:
•
Installation
•
Electrical installation
•
Commissioning and configuration
•
Maintenance and replacement of the RFID write/read device
•
Troubleshooting
A step-by-step approach is taken for all tasks.
Important
To simplify, the RFID RFH620 write/read device is described in these operating instructions
as RFH620.
The description "transponder" and "tag" are interchangeable. The description "transponder"
is used in these instructions.
1.2
Target group
The target group of this document is persons assigned the following tasks:
Tasks
Target group
Installation, electrical installation,
maintenance, device replacement
Qualified staff, e.g., service technicians and factory electricians
Commissioning and configuration
Trained staff, e.g., technicians or engineers
Tab. 1-1:
1.3
Target group of this document
Depth of information
This document contains all the information required for the installation, electrical installation and commissioning of the RFH620 at the installation location.
Configuration of the RFH620 for application-specific reading conditions and the commissioning is carried out using the SOPAS-ET configuration software on a WindowsTM PC. The
SOPAS-ET configuration software contains an online help system to facilitate configuration.
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Further information about the design of the RFH620 as well as the RFID technology is available at SICK AG, Auto Ident division. On the Internet at www.sick.com.
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Used symbols
To gain easier access, some information in this documentation is emphasised as follows:
Notice!
Notice indicates a potential risk of damage or impair on the functionality of the RFH620 or
other devices.
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Carefully read and follow the notice details!
Warning notice!
A warning notice indicates real or potential danger. This should protect you against accidents.
The safety symbol next to the warning notice indicates why there is a risk of accident, e. g.,
due to electricity. The warning levels (DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION) indicate the seriousness of the risk.
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Reference
Important
Explanation
Recommendation
TIP
PROJECT
Carefully read and follow the warning notices!
Italic script denotes a reference to further information.
This important note informs you about specific features.
An explanation provides background knowledge of technical nature.
A recommendation helps you to carry out tasks correctly.
A tip explains setting options in the SOPAS-ET configuration software.
This type of script denotes a term in the user interface in the SOPAS-ET configuration software.
A symbol indicates a button in the user interface of the SOPAS-ET configuration software.
There is a procedure which needs to be carried out. This symbol indicates standard operating procedures, which contain only one operational step or operational steps in warning notices that do not have to be followed in any particular order. Operational instructions
comprising several steps are denoted using consecutive numbers.
Note
This symbol denotes a section, in which the operation steps with the SOPAS-ET configuration software are described.
Important
This symbol indicates supplementary technical documentation.
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For your safety
This chapter deals with your safety and that of the system operator.
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Read this chapter carefully before using the RFH620.
2.1
Authorised users
For correct and safe functioning, the RFH620 must be installed, operated and maintained
by sufficiently qualified staff.
Important
Repairs to the RFH620 should only be carried out by qualified and authorised SICK AG service staff.
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The operating instructions should be made available to the end user.
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The end user should be briefed and urged to read the operating instructions by the
technicians.
The following qualifications are required for different activities:
Tasks
Qualification
Installation, maintenance
• Practical technical training
• Knowledge of current health and safety regulations at the workplace
• Basic knowledge of HF technology
Electrical installation, device • Practical electrical training
replacement
• Knowledge of current electrical safety regulations
• Knowledge of start-up and operation of the device in each operational area (e. g. conveyor system)
• Basic knowledge of HF technology
Start-up and configuration
• Basic knowledge of the Windows operating system in use
• Basic knowledge of designing and setting up (addressing) Ethernet
connections for connecting the RFH620 to the Ethernet
• Basic knowledge of working with an HTML browser (e. g. Internet
Explorer) for using the online help
• Basic knowledge of data transfer
• Basic knowledge of RFID technology
• Basic knowledge of HF technology
Operation of the device in
each operational area
• Knowledge of start-up and operation of the device in each operational area (e. g. conveyor system)
• Knowledge of the software and hardware environment in each
operational area (e. g. conveyor system)
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Required qualification for commissioning the RFH620
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Intended use
The RFH620 is an ISO/IEC-15693 compatible transponder writer/read device for the closeup range (operating range of up to 160 mm), e. g., in a conveyor system.
The intended use of the RFH620 results from the following description of the function:
Important
•
The RFH620 is installed in a holder in a reading station.
•
The RFH620 transfers the reading data via the host interface to a superordinate host
computer for further processing.
•
The RFH620 is configured/operated using the SOPAS-ET configuration software that
runs on a standard client PC provided by the customer. In this connection, communication takes place via RS-232 or Ethernet.
•
The RFH620 controls (locally), e. g., switches in the conveyor system via the digital
switching outputs.
Any warranty claims against SICK AG shall be deemed invalid in case changes are made to
the RFH620, e. g., opening the housing, this includes modifications during installation and
electrical installation or changes to the SICK software.
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The RFH620 is only to be operated in ambient air temperature limit.
2.2.1
CE authorisation
The RFH620 fulfils the requirements of CE authorisation.
2.2.2
FCC authorisation
The RFH620 is in accordance with part 15 of FCC guidelines.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
•
This device may not cause harmful interference, and
•
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
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2.3
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General safety precautions and protection measures
Read the general safety precautions thoroughly and observe them during all operations
on the RFH620. Also observe the warning notices in each chapter of this document before the standard operating procedures.
Electrical installation work
Risk of injuries due to electrical current!
The optional power supply module CMP400/CMP490 is connected to the power supply
(100 V ... 250 V AC/50 Hz ... 60 Hz) in the connection module CDM420.
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Observe current safety regulations when working with electrical equipment.
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Electrical installation must be performed by qualified staff only.
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Connect or release current linkages only under de-energised conditions.
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Wire cross sections and their correct shields have to be selected and implemented according to valid engineering standards.
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Quick stop and quick restart
The RFH620 can be switched on or off using the main switch for connection modules
CDB620 or CDM420 respectively.
2.4.1
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Switching off the RFH620
Switch off the power supply to the RFH620 (via the connection module)
- or Unplug the 15-pole D-Sub-HD male connector of the RFH620´s connection cable from
the connection module.
When the RFH620 is switched off, the following data are lost:
•
Application-specific parameter sets in the RFH620 that were only saved temporarily in
the device
•
The last reading result of the RFH620
•
Daily operating hours counter of the RFH620
2.4.2
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Switching the RFH620 back on
Switch the power supply to the RFH620 (via the connection module) back on
- or Re-connect the 15-pole D-Sub-HD male connector of the RFH620´s connection cable
to the connection module.
The RFH620 starts up using the most recent permanently saved configuration. The daily operating hours counter is reset.
2.5
Environmental information
The RFH620 has been constructed with minimum environmental pollution in mind. Excluding the housing, the RFH620 does not contain any materials made of silicone.
2.5.1
Energy requirement
The RFH620 consumes the following energy:
•
Typical 5 W in 10 V ... 30 V DC (in unwired switching outputs)
2.5.2
Dispose of the device after decommissioning
Currently, SICK AG will not accept the return of any devices which can no longer be operated
or repaired.
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Irreparable devices must be disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner and in
accordance with valid country-specific waste disposal guidelines.
The design of the RFH620 allows for its separation as recyclable secondary raw materials
and hazardous waste (electronic scrap).
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Quick-Start
3.1
Preparing the RFH620 for the quick start
The RFH620 can be operated quickly and easily using the supplied SOPAS-ET configuration
software.
Among others, the software offers the following options:
•
Fast connection with the RFH620
•
Easy access to the transponder data and display of the reading results on two clear register tabs of the configuration software
System requirements for using the SOPAS-ET configuration software
See chapter 7.2.2 System requirements for the SOPAS-ET configuration software, page 51
Additional accessories required (not in the scope of delivery)
•
Connection module CDB620 or CDM420
•
For the Ethernet version of the RFH620: Connection cable for data and function interfaces (see ordering information on the product page at the Internet under:
www.sick.com/rfh6xx)
•
3-wire RS-232 data cable (null modem cable), no. 2014054 for the connection of the
PC with the connection module
- or To connect an Ethernet version of the RFH620 to the PC's Ethernet interface
(For corresponding cable, see information on the product page at the Internet under:
www.sick.com/rfh6xx)
Establish an electric connection to the RFH620
1.
Connect the RFH620 to connection module CDB620/CDM420.
2.
Switch on the power supply for CDB620/CDM420.
3.
Switch on the PC for the configuration and install and start the supplied SOPAS-ET configuration software.
4.
Connect the PC to the RFH620.
To achieve this, connect the PC using a 3-wire RS-232 data cable (null modem cable)
to the "Aux“ connection in CDB620/CDM420.
- or In Ethernet version, connect the PC to the RFH620's Ethernet interface.
For detailed instructions, see chapter 5 Installation, page 31 and chapter 6 Electrical installation, page 35.
3.2
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Establishing connection with the RFH620
Communicate with the RFH620 according to the selected data interface (RS-232 or
Ethernet) (see chapter 7.3 Establishing communication with the RFH620, page 53).
To establish a connection quickly and easily via the Ethernet, the SOPAS-ET configuration
software has a DEVICE SEARCH function.
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Performing the reading
Note
An inventory of all transponders within the reading range of the RFH620 is determined via
the register tab QUICKSTART of the SOPAS-ET configuration software:
PROJECT TREE, RFH620, register tab QUICKSTART
Fig. 3-1:
Register tab Quickstart
Determining the transponder inventory
1.
Ensure that the relevant transponder types on the register tab TAG PROZESSING are activated:
PROJECT TREE, RFH620, PARAMETERS, READING CONFIGURATION, PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION
Fig. 3-2:
2.
Advanced settings on the Performance Optimization register tab
Carry out test reading with transponder.
To this end, hold the transponder in the reading area of the RFH620 and trigger the
reading by clicking on START.
The unique ID, manufacturer and IC type of the detected transponder are registered.
The signal-to-noise ratio (RSSI: Received Signal Strength Indication) is displayed in the
display field RSSI respectively.
3.
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In order to end the reading process, click on STOP.
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Optimising the reading conditions
If no transponder is displayed or if you wish to increase the RSSI value, the reading can be
repeated by taking the following measures:
1.
Correct or optimise the parameter values, where necessary, via the SOPAS-ET configuration software.
2.
In order to optimise the RSSI value, reduce the distance between the RFH620 and the
transponder.
Reading/writing the user data of the transponder
The user data of a transponder can be read/written via the register tab TAG ACCESS of the
SOPAS-ET configuration software:
Important
When accessing, the transponder must be located in the reading area of the RFH620.
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Select a transponder from the list on the register tab QUICKSTART and click on ACCESS.
The register tab TAG ACCESS opens.
The user data of the transponder are read and displayed.
Fig. 3-3:
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Register tab Tag access
In order to change the user data of the transponder, overwrite corresponding values
block by block and transmit them to the transponder by clicking on BLOC WRITING.
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Product description
This chapter describes the design, the features and the functions of the RFH620.
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For installation, electrical installation and start-up assistance as well as for the application-specific configuration of the RFH620 using the SOPAS-ET configuration software,
please read this chapter prior to carrying out any of the tasks.
4.1
Device versions
Among others, the RFH620 is available in the following versions:
Order no.
Type
Version
Connection (design)
1044838
RFH620-1000001
Serial version
Cable with male connector
1044839
RFH620-1001201
Ethernet version
Connector unit on the device
Tab. 4-1:
Important
Variants of the RFH620
The following are available depending on the connection (design):
•
Serial version (cable with male connector)
– RS-232, RS-422/485, CAN, two digital switching inputs, two digital switching outputs, power supply
•
Ethernet version (revolving connector unit)
– Connector 1: Ethernet
– Connector 2: RS-232, RS-422/485, CAN, one digital switching input, power supply
4.2
Mounting and mode of operation of the RFH620
The RFH620 is an ISO/IEC-15693 compatible transponder writing/reading device with integrated antenna for the close-up range. All the components are located in a housing suitable
for the industry. Depending on the version, the electric connection of the RFH620 takes
place via a cable with a connector or a revolving connector unit with two connections.
The RFH620 is an intelligent sensor for automatic and non-contact detection of RFID transponders. In principle, the transponder can be detected on any location of still or moving
objects in a conveyor system. The reading range expands through the combination of many
devices.
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1
2
3
4
5
Blind hole thread M6 for fastening
Cover for Micro-SD card slot
Type plate
6
7
8
Cable with D-Sub male connector
Button for function selection/activation
Micro SD memory card (optional)
LEDs for status indicator
Antenna
Fig. 4-1:
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4.2.2
1
2
3
4
5
Ethernet version: Device view of RFH620
Blind hole thread M6 for fastening
Cover for Micro-SD card slot
Type plate
LEDs for status indicator
Antenna
Fig. 4-2:
6
7
8
9
bl
Revolving connector unit
Button for function selection/activation
Micro SD memory card (optional)
4-pole M12 female connector (Ethernet connection)
12-pole M12 male connector
Ethernet version: Device view of RFH620-1001201
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Scope of delivery
Delivery of the RFH620 includes the following components:
Piece
Components
Comment
1
RFID write/read device
RFH620 depending on version
1
Notes on device with electrical connection diagrams as primary information
Included in the device packaging of the
RFH620
Tab. 4-2:
Important
RFH620‘s scope of delivery
The Micro-SD memory card is not included in the scope of delivery.
For save operation of the Micro-SD memory card, use only SICK approved memory card.
Important
An overview of in-stock installation accessories, connection modules, cables and connectors, transponder as well as memory media is available on the product page at the Internet
under:
www.sick.com/rfh6xx
4.4
System requirements
General system requirements are derived from the RFH620's technical data (see
chapter 10 Technical data, page 63).
The requirements and conditions for Installation, Electrical installation as well as Commissioning and configuration are summarised in the respective chapters.
4.5
Product features and functions (overview)
RFH620
•
•
•
•
•
•
13.56 MHz ISO/IEC-15693 compatible RFID writing/reading device
Compact, industry-type design with integrated antenna
Connection technology for all current field bus and network concepts
Application-specific operation mode: Command, trigger and freewheel mode
EDP operating system with SOPAS operating software and additional script functionality
Far-ranging internal and external diagnosis functions (More information on request.)
Customer value
•
•
•
•
•
•
Reliable identification
Effective safe investment
Easy integration
High functionality
Maintenance-free
Compatible SICK connection technology
User safety and convenience
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Robust, compact metal housing, CE mark, FCC authorisation
Automatic self-test on system start-up
Diagnosis tools for system setup and system (remote) monitoring
Configurable reading data display in two reading result formats
Operational data retrieval, error code display on request in case of errors
Test string function (heartbeat), capable of being activated, for signalling readiness for operation
Password-protected configuration mode
In addition, secured configured parameter values (cloning) on a Micro SD memory card (can be
removed in the case of RFH620 replacement)
Future proof due to firmware update (flash PROM) via data interface
Future-proof SOPAS-ET configuration software
Low current consumption
Extended power supply range
•
•
•
•
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Convenient operation/configura- • Configuration (online/offline) using the SOPAS-ET configuration software (incl. help system)
tion
• 2 buttons on the device for calling up preset functions without connecting a PC
• Status indicators via LEDs
• Beeper, which can be switched off, to confirm device functioning
Reading pulse
• Pulse sources for start: switching inputs; data interface (command); automatic cycle; CAN
• Pulse sources for stop: reading pulse source, switching inputs, command, timer, condition
• Freewheel mode
RFID evaluation
• All current ISO/IEC-15693 compatible transponder
Data processing
• Manipulation of the output of the reading data via event-dependent evaluation conditions
Data communication
• Host interface: two configurable data output formats, switchable to different physical interfaces,
parallel operation possible
• Aux interface: fixed data output format, switchable to different physical interfaces, parallel operation possible
Electrical interfaces
• Host interface: RS-232, RS-422/485 (data format and protocol can be configured) and Ethernet
or CAN
• Aux interface: RS-232 (fixed data format, data transfer rate and protocol) and Ethernet
• CAN interface for integration into the SICK-specific CAN-SENSOR network
• Digital switching inputs
– Serial version: two digital switching inputs for external reading pulse sensor(s), using optocoupler
– Ethernet version: one digital switching input on the device
• Digital switching outputs
– Serial version: two digital switching outputs for signalling definable results in the reading
process (reading result status)
– Ethernet version: no digital switching output on the device
Connection technology (design)
• Serial version: Cable with 15-pole D-Sub-HD male connector
• Ethernet version: revolving connector unit on the device with two M12 circular connectors
• Optional connection module CDB620/CDM420 for connection to the host computer (stand-alone) and for integrating into the SICK-specific CAN-SENSOR network
• Optional bus connection module CDF600 for PROFIBUS-DP
Tab. 4-3:
Overview of the product features and functions of the RFH620
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4.6
Functions of the RFH620
In order to control the read operation, external sensors deliver information via the reading
pulse. The reading results are output to the RFH620´s data interfaces and are forwarded
to a host/PC.
Write/read device
Fig. 4-3:
Serial version: Electric connections to the RFH620 with connection cable
Write/read device
Fig. 4-4:
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Write/read device
Fig. 4-5:
Ethernet version: Electrical connections to the RFH620 with connector unit
The detailed wiring of the RFH620 and the connections to the host/PC and to the external
sensors is described in chapter 6 Electrical installation, page 35.
Note
Among other things, the following functions can be configured using the SOPAS-ET configuration software:
Function
Description
Object trigger control
In order to start an object-related reading
PROJECT TREE, RFH620, PARAMETER, OBJECT
process, the RFH620 requires an appropriate
TRIGGER CONTROL
external signal (trigger source) for reporting an
object in the reading area. As standard, the start
signal is emitted via an external reading pulse
sensor (e. g. photoelectric reflex switch). As soon
as an object has passed the reading pulse sensor, a time window opens in the RFH620 ("reading gate") for the reading process.
Alternatively, a command activates the reading
process via a data interface or the CAN-SENSOR
network. In Automatic Cycle mode, the actual
RFH620 generates the reading gate internally
with an adjustable mark-space ratio.
The reading pulse can be ended in a number of
ways: With external triggering by the reading
pulse source or a command, internally by a timer
or an evaluation condition to be met.
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Function
Description
Data processing
The output time in the reading process, with
• PROJECT TREE, RFH620, PARAMETER, DATA
PROCESSING, OUTPUT CONTROL
regard to the reading pulse start, can be configured using the SOPAS-ET configuration software. • PROJECT TREE, RFH620, PARAMETER, DATA
PROCESSING, EVALUATION CONDITIONS
Output format
The reading result is displayed via selectable
PROJECT TREE, RFH620, PARAMETER, DATA PROphysical interfaces. Two different output formats CESSING, OUTPUT FORMAT
(telegrams) can be defined for this task, one format for "No Read" and one for the heartbeat
(signalisation of readiness).
Network / interfaces / IOs
All important interfaces for displaying the reading results are available on the RFH620. Several devices can be connected to each other via
the CAN bus in the SICK-specific CAN-SENSOR
network.
Data interfaces
Depending on the version, the following data
• PROJECT TREE, RFH620, PARAMETER, NETWORK
/ INTERFACES / IOS, SERIAL
interfaces are available on the RFH620:
• Host interface (RS-232 or RS-422/485 and
• PROJECT TREE, RFH620, PARAMETER, NETWORK
Ethernet host port): Preparation of the reading
/ INTERFACES / IOS, ETHERNET
result for further processing by the host
• PROJECT TREE, RFH620, PARAMETER, NETWORK
processor
/ INTERFACES / IOS, CAN
• Auxiliary interface (RS-232 and Ethernet aux
port): Reading diagnosis or host interface monitoring
• CAN: Networking of several devices
Digital inputs
For example, the external sensor for the object
triggering (photoelectric reflex switch) can be
connected to the digital switching inputs.
Important
The connection "sensor 2" is only available on
the serial version of the RFH620. For the Ethernet version of the RFH620, this input is only
available with the connection module CDB620/
CDM420 in combination with the parameter
memory module CMC600.
Digital outputs
With certain events in the reading process (e. g. PROJECT TREE, RFH620, PARAMETER, NETWORK /
for unsuccessful reading "No Read"), two indeINTERFACES / IOS, DIGITAL OUTPUTS
pendent switch signals, which can be used to
display the event status, can be generated at
both digital outputs.
Important
The switching outputs "result 1" and "result 2"
are only available on the serial version of the
RFH620. For the Ethernet version of the
RFH620, the two outputs are only available with
the connection module CDB620/CDM420 in
combination with the parameter memory
module CMC600.
Tab. 4-4:
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Configuration with SOPAS-ET
PROJECT TREE, RFH620, PARAMETER, NETWORK /
INTERFACES / IOS register tab NETWORK OPTIONS
PROJECT TREE, RFH620, PARAMETER, NETWORK /
INTERFACES / IOS, DIGITAL INPUTS
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Control elements and indicators
4.7.1
User interface
The RFH620 is configured application-specifically using the SOPAS-ET configuration software (see chapter 7.1 Overview of the start-up procedure, page 51). For this purpose, the
software runs on a PC, which must be connected to one of the two data interfaces (aux interface: Ethernet or RS-232, host interface: RS-232/RS-422/485 or Ethernet) of the
RFH620.
As an alternative to the SOPAS-ET configuration software, command strings are available,
upon which the user interface of the SOPAS-ET configuration software is based (see
chapter 11.2 Configuring the RFH620 with command strings, page 67).
In case of an error, start-up and diagnosis can be carried out via the SOPAS-ET configuration
software. The RFH620 operates fully automated in normal operation.
4.7.2
LEDs on the RFH620's housing
The RFH620's housing has six LEDs that display the operating status, the RF activity, the
status of the reading result as well as transfer to the RS-232/RS-422/485, CAN and Ethernet data interfaces.
In reading operation the LEDs indicate the following:
LED
Colour
Denotation
Ready
green
• Lights up constantly when system is ready
• Goes out when parameter values are being uploaded from or
downloaded to the RFH620 respectively
Result
green
• Lights up after a successful read (Good Read, 100 ms)
RF
green
• Lights up when the antenna field is switched on (depends on the
reading pulse)
Data
Tab. 4-5:
green
• Flickers during data transfer via the serial host interface (RxD)
yellow
• Flickers during data transfer via the serial host interface (TxD)
CAN
green
• Lights up when the CAN interface is switched on
• Flickers during the data transfer via the CAN interface
LNK TX
green
• Flickers during data transfer via the Ethernet interface
yellow
• Lights up when the physical Ethernet connection is established
LED indications
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Buttons on the RFH620's housing
There are two yellow buttons on the RFH620´s housing in the LED area (see chapter 4.2.1
Serial version: Device view of RFH620, page 20). You can call up predefined functions via
these buttons.
After changing to the button operating mode, you can select any one function by repeatedly
pressing the step button (b) respectively. The selected function is then activated and deactivated with the enter button (p) respectively.
The selected function is shown via the corresponding LED below the buttons.
The functions "TeachIn", "Antenna", "Sync" und "Userdef." cannot be called up at the moment.
When using both of buttons, the display of the LEDs have different meanings other than in normal reading operation:
Tab. 4-6:
LED
Colour
Function
Read Diagn
green
Flashes slowly: the function "reading diagnosis" is
selected
Flashes swiftly: the function "reading diagnosis" is
started
TeachIn
green
(momentarily not available)
Antenna
green
(momentarily not available)
Sync
green
(momentarily not available)
Userdef.
yellow
(momentarily not available)
Meaning of the LEDs during activation of buttons
Use of the buttons
In order to use one of the possible function with the buttons, do as follows:
1.
Press the enter button (p) for approx. 3 seconds.
The RFH620 stops the current reading operation, switches off the LEDs and changes
to the button operating mode. The bar code scanner ignores all the other external reading pulses with immediate effect. No reading results are displayed via the host interface.
The beeper confirms this process with an ascending melody.
The "Read Diagn" function is pre-selected as first function (LED flashes slowly).
2.
Press the enter button (p) once to start the selected function.
3.
Press the enter button (p) again to stop the selected function.
The LED flashes faster and the beeper confirms the start with two sounds.
The LED flashes more slowly again and the beeper confirms the end with two sounds.
4.
In order to return from the button operating mode to the reading operation, press the
enter button (p) again for approx. 3 seconds.
The beeper confirms the change with a descending melody.
The LED "Ready" lights up again.
The RFH620 is ready for reading again and waits for a reading pulse.
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Further behaviour of the RFH620 when operated by buttons
•
Changing into button operating mode is only possible if no other user is logged onto the
RFH620 for changing the parameters via the SOPAS-ET configuration software. If this
is the case, however, the beeper gives a descending melody when trying to change into
the button operating mode. Furthermore, the RFH620 remains in reading operation.
•
In case a user logs onto the RFH620 in button operating mode, the RFH620 leaves the
button operating mode and restarts the reading operation. The beeper confirms the
change with a descending melody.
•
If no function is started in button operating mode or if no button operation can be performed after using a function, the RFH620 automatically returns to the reading operation after 30 seconds. The beeper confirms the change with a descending melody.
•
The RFH620 terminates an activated continuous function 5 minutes after start. It returns to reading operation automatically. The beeper confirms the change with a descending melody.
•
You cannot switch off or turn down the beeper in button operating mode.
4.7.4
Parameter set on the Micro SD memory card (optional)
The RFH620 stores configured parameter values in its internal PROM as well as on the Micro SD memory card (cloning), provided that this card has been inserted into the RFH620.
If the RFH620 needs to be replaced, the memory card enables easy and quick transfer of
the parameter set to the new device (see chapter 8.4 Replacing an RFH620, page 59).
Important
In order to avoid data loss, the Micro SD memory card may only be removed and inserted
into the new device after the respective RFH620 has been switched off and de-energized.
When inserting the memory card, make sure that the card's notches point to the direction
of the two yellow keys.
The memory card is located behind a silver cover attached to the RFH620.
(Sample)
Fig. 4-6:
Important
Micro SD memory card for storing the parameter set
To maintain the enclosure rating IP 67, the cover has to be installed and screwed together
tightly. Width across flats WAF 2.5.
As an alternative to the Micro SD memory card in the RFH620, the external, optional parameter memory module CMC600 in connection module CDB620/CDM420 may also be used
for storing the parameter set. If both the Micro SD memory card and the parameter memory
module CMC600 are available, the RFH620 loads the parameter set from CMC600.
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5
Installation
5.1
Overview of installation sequence
This chapter describes the installation sequences for the RFH620 and its external components.
The typical installation sequences are listed below:
Important
•
Select the installation location for the RFH620
•
Install the RFH620
•
Install connection module CDB620 or CDM420
•
Connect the RFH620 to connection module CDB620 or CDM420
•
Install the reading pulse sensor for reading pulse triggering
Do not open the RFH620's housing. If the device is opened, the SICK AG warranty shall not
apply.
5.2
Installation preparations
In general, the following requirements should be observe for the installation:
•
Typical space requirement: application-specific
•
More stable installation bracket with sufficient load capacity and measurements suited
for the RFH620 (see chapter 10.2 RFH620‘s dimensional drawings., page 65)
•
Shock absorbent and vibration free attachment
The following tools and resources are required for the installation:
•
Two M6 bolts:
The bolts serve for the installation of fastening bracket no. 2048551 to the base.
The bolt length depends on the wall thickness of the base.
•
Tool
•
Tape measure (up to 1 m)
5.2.1
Components to be installed
For the installation, the following must be handy:
•
RFH620
5.2.2
Accessories
The following accessories are not included in the delivery of the RFH620. If required, they
have to be ordered separately and placed ready for installation:
•
Mounting device, see next chapter
•
Connection module CDB620 or CDM420
•
Reading pulse sensor for external reading pulse triggering, e. g., photoelectric reflex
switch/photoelectric proximity switch
5.2.3
Mounting device
The RFH620 is fixed using two blind hole taps (M6), which are located on each narrow side
of the device (see chapter 10.2 RFH620‘s dimensional drawings., page 65) respectively.
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The RFH620 is mounted using the optional SICK fastening bracket no. 2048551. The construction of the angle supports e. g. varied mounting options and the alignment of the
RFH620 in two axes.
Fig. 5-1:
Important
Example: Fixing the RFH620 with bracket no. 2048551
Always mount the bolts with washers.
When fixing the RFH620 with bracket no. 2048551, pay attention to the following dimensions:
•
Max. thread reach of the blind hole taps: 6.5 mm
•
Plate thickness of the fastening bracket: 4.0 mm
•
Thickness of the washers: 1.6 mm
•
Length of bolt M6x12: 12.0 mm
The dimensioning of the SICK-holders shows chapter 11.3 Dimensional drawing accessories, page 68.
Alternatively, the user can provide a holder.
The holder should meet the following requirements:
•
Stable mounting device
– Adjustable alignment of the RFH620 in the x and y axis
– The mounting device must be able to bear the weight of the RFH620 including its
connection cable (depending on the device version) without vibrating.
•
Two M6 bolts to fix the RFH620
– The screw length depends on the thickness of the mounting device
– Maximum thread reach in the RFH620 6.5 mm from the housing surface
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Installation location
The following aspects are relevant for the selection of the installation location:
•
Reading distance to the transponder
•
Angle alignment of the RFH620
Furthermore, the distance between the RFH620 and the host computer and the distance to
the connection module has to be taken into account (see chapter 6.2 Electrical installation
preparations, page 35 and chapter 5.5.1 Installing connection module CDB620 or
CDM420, page 33).
5.4
Installation of the RFH620
Damage to the device!
The maximum thread reach of the two blind hole taps M6 is 6.5 mm. Longer bolts damage
the device.
>
Use bolts of a suitable length.
1.
Prepare base for the installation of the RFH620 holder, see chapter 5.2.3 Mounting device, page 31.
2.
Install the RFH620 holder on the base.
3.
Screw M6 bolts through the holder and into the RFH620's blind hole taps and gently
tighten them.
5.5
Installing external components
5.5.1
Installing connection module CDB620 or CDM420
Depending on the application, you can install either connection module CDB620 or
CDM420. The installation process is the same for both modules.
Important
If the PC with the SOPAS-ET configuration software accesses the RFH620´s auxiliary interface (RS-232; 57.6 kBd) via the connection module, the connection module should not be
installed more than 3 m cable lengths away from the RFH620.
1.
Install the connection module close to the RFH620.
2.
Install the connection module in such a way that the opened device can be accessed
at any time.
Important
For detailed information about installation and electrical installation, see the operating instructions "Connection Module CDB620" (no. 8012119, German/English edition) and
"Connection Module CDM420-0001" (no.8010004, German/English edition) respectively.
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5.5.2
Installing the external reading pulse sensor
If the RFH620 is triggered by an external reading pulse sensor (photoelectric reflex switch),
the sensor has to be installed close to the RFH620.
Important
An overview about available photoelectric switches and photoelectric proximity switches as
well as the associated accessories (brackets, connection cables) is availabe from the following product internet page: www.sick.com/rfh6xx
The installation location of the sensor depends on the distance of the transponder to the
front edge of the object. Depending on the application, the sensor should be attached in
such a way that transponders on different sized objects can be fully read during the evaluation (reading gate).
5.6
Dismantling the RFH620
Removal of the components is described in chapter 8.4.1 Dismantling the RFH620,
page 59.
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Electrical installation
6.1
Important
Overview of installation sequence
Electrical installation must be performed by qualified staff only.
The following list provides an overview of a typical installation sequence:
•
Connecting the RFH620 to connection module CDB620 or CDM420
•
Wiring the RFH620's data and function interfaces
•
Connecting the connection module to the supply voltage
•
Connecting a PC for commissioning and configuration (RS-232 or Ethernet)
The actual installation work, which has to be carried out, depends on the respective system
configuration and the version of the RFH620 (see chapter 6.2 Electrical installation preparations, page 35). Once electrical installation has been completed, the RFH620 is started
up and configured (see chapter 7 Commissioning and configuration, page 51).
6.2
Electrical installation preparations
The following general requirements should be observed for the electrical installation:
•
Supply voltage 10 V ... 30 V, SELV in accordance with currently applicable EN 60950-1.
The power supply must provide, at least, 6 W output power.
Use a power supply unit providing safety extra low voltage (SELV).
– using connection module CDB620/CDM420: Connection of the supply voltage via
the terminals of the connection module
- or using free wiring by customer (without connection module CDB620/CDM420): Connection of supply voltage, e. g., via the cable no. 6034418 (15-pole D-Sub-HD female connector/open end)
•
With external reading pulsing
– Appropriate reading pulse sensor (start), e. g. photoelectric reflex switch:
for registering an object in the reading area
– Additional appropriate reading pulse sensor (stop), e.g., photoelectric reflex switch:
for registering the end of pulse with extended external reading pulse
Important
•
Host computer with data interface RS-232, RS-422/485 or Ethernet: for further processing the reading data
•
Connection cables: refer to the ordering information on the product page at the Internet
under: www.sick.com/rfh6xx
The possible distance between the RFH620 and the host computer depends on the physical
design of the selected host interface and the set data transfer rate.
The following tools are required for the electrical installation:
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Tool
•
Digital measuring device (current/voltage measurement)
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6.3
Electric connections and cables
6.3.1
Electric connections to the RFH620
Prerequisites for enclosure rating IP 67:
•
The cover of the memory card (optional) has to be installed and screwed together tightly. Width across flats WAF 2.5.
•
The connectors are to be firmly screwed to the electric connections of the Ethernet version in use.
The same applies to the EMC requirement (ESD) according to CE.
Depending on the device version, the following electric connections are available on the
RFH620:
Device version
Connection (design)
Interfaces
for connection to
RFH620-1000001
Cable with connector
(D-Sub-HD, 15-pole, male
connector)
•
•
•
•
•
•
e. g. connection
module CDB620 or
CDM420
Tab. 6-1:
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Electric connections to the RFH620 with a fixed cable and connector (serial version)
Device version
Connection (design)
Interfaces
for connection to
RFH620-1001201
Connector 1 at the connector unit
(M-12, 4-pole, female
connector)
• Ethernet
Network provided by
the client
Connector 2 at the connector unit
M-12, 12-pole, male
connector
•
•
•
•
•
e. g. connection
module CDB620 or
CDM420 or power
supply unit with M-12
female connector (no.
2049552), (power
supply only)
Tab. 6-2:
Important
RS 232
RS-422/485
CAN
two digital inputs
two digital outputs
Power supply
RS 232
RS-422/485
CAN
one digital input
Power supply
Electric connections to the RFH620 with connector unit (Ethernet version)
Additional digital inputs and outputs are available at connection module CDB620/CDM420
(available from week 07/2008) in combination with the parameter memory module
CMC600.
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6.3.2
RFH620´s connections to the cable and connector (serial version)
6
5 10
11
15
Pin
Signal
Function
1
10 V ... 30 V DC
Supply voltage
2
RxD (Aux)
Aux interface (receiver)
3
TxD (Aux)
Aux interface (sender)
4
Sensor 2
Digital switching input (adjustable function, e. g. external reading pulse)
5
GND
Ground
6
RD+ (RS-422/485)
Host interface (receiver)
7
RD– (RS-422/485);
RxD (RS-232)
Host interface (receiver)
8
TD+ (RS-422/485)
Host interface (sender)
9
TD– (RS-422/485);
TxD (RS-232)
Host interface (sender)
10
CAN H
CAN bus (IN/OUT)
11
CAN L
CAN bus (IN/OUT)
12
Result 1
Digital switching output, adjustable function
13
Result 2
Digital switching output, adjustable function
14
Sensor 1
Digital switching input for external reading pulse
15
SensGND
Common ground for the switching inputs
–
–
Shield
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RFH620´s connections to the connector unit (Ethernet version)
3
4
1
2
Pin
Signal
Function
1
TD+
Transmitter+
2
RD+
Receiver+
3
TD–
Transmitter–
4
RD–
Receiver–
–
–
Shield
Tab. 6-4:
Ethernet version: Pin assignment to the 4-pole M12 female connector, D-coded
4
11
5
3
2
1
10
9
6
8
7
Pin
Signal
1
GND
Ground
2
10 V ... 30 V DC
Supply voltage
3
CAN L
CAN bus (IN/OUT)
4
CAN H
CAN bus (IN/OUT)
5
TD+ (RS-422/485)
Host interface (sender)
6
TD– (RS-422/485);
TxD (RS-232)
Host interface (sender)
7
TxD (Aux)
Aux interface (sender)
8
RxD (Aux)
Aux interface (receiver)
9
SensGND
Switching input sensor 1 ground
10
Sensor 1
Digital switching input (external reading
pulse)
11
RD+ (RS-422/485)
Host interface (receiver)
12
RD– (RS-422/485);
RxD (RS-232)
Host interface (receiver)
–
–
Shield
Tab. 6-5:
Important
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12
Function
Ethernet version: Pin assignment on the 12-pole M12 male connector, A-coded
The "sensor 2", "result 1" and "result 2" connections are only available on the RFH620 with
a cable and connector (serial version) and for the Ethernet version via the CDB620/
CDM420 connection module in combination with the parameter memory module CMC600.
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6.4
Prerequisites for the safe operation of the RFH620 in a
system
The RFH620 is designed and tested for electrical safety according to EN 60950-1: 200604/A1: 2010-03/A11: 2009-03/A12: 2011-02. It is connected to the peripheral devices
(power supply, clock reading pulse sensor(s), PLC, Host etc.) via shielded cables. The cable
shield, for example, for the data cable rests against the metal housing of the RFH620. The
device can either be grounded through the cable shield or through one of the blind hole
threads.
If the peripheral devices have metal housings and if the cable shields also lie on their housings, it is assumed that all devices involved in the installation have the same ground potential.
This is achieved for instance by complying with the following conditions:
•
Mounting the devices on conductive metal surfaces
•
Correctly grounding the devices/metal surfaces in the system
•
If necessary, low-impedance and current carrying equipotential bonding between areas
with different ground potentials
If these conditions are not met, e.g. on devices in a widely distributed system over several
buildings, potential equalization currents may, due to different ground potentials, flow along
the cable shields between the devices, which can lead to hazards.
CDB620001
Reading clock
sensor
RFH620
PLC
I
closed current loop
with equalizing currents
via cable shield
grounding point 1
U
grounding point 2
= metal housing
grounding potential difference
Fig. 6-1:
= plastic housing
= shielded electrical cable
Current carrying equipotential bonding
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Risk of injury/risk of damage via electrical current!
Incorrect grounding of the RFH620 can, due to equipotential bonding currents between the
RFH620 and other grounded devices in the system, place the metal housing under a dangerous voltage, cause malfunction and destruction of devices as well as damage to the cable shielding through heating, and thus cause cable fires.
>
Work on the electrical system must only be performed by qualified electricians.
>
Ensure ground potential at all grounding points.
>
In the event of damage to the cable insulation, immediately switch off the power supply
and have the damage repaired.
>
Where local conditions are unfavorable and thus do not meet conditions for a safe
earthing method (same ground potential at all grounding points), take measures in accordance with the following explanations.
Remedial measures
The most common solution to prevent potential equalization currents on cable shields is to
ensure low-impedance and current carrying equipotential bonding. If this is not possible, the
following solution approaches serve as a suggestion.
Important
We expressly advise against opening up the cable shields. Doing this means that the EMC
limit values can no longer be complied with and that the safe operation of the device data
interfaces can no longer be guaranteed.
a) Measures for widely distributed system installations
On widely distributed system installations with correspondingly large potential differences,
we recommend setting up local islands and connecting them using commercially available
electro-optical signal isolators. This measure achieves a high degree of resistance to
electromagnetic interference while at the same time complying with all the requirements of
EN 60950-1.
metal housing
PLC
fiber optic cable
Electrooptical
signal
isolator
grounding point 1
Fig. 6-2:
Electrooptical
signal
isolator
shielded electrial cable
RFH620
Reading
clock sensor
grounding point 2
Electro-optical signal isolatorsr
The ground loop is isolated by using the electro-optical signal isolator between the islands.
Within the islands, a stable equipotential bonding prevents equalizing currents at the cable
shields.
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b) Measures for small system installations
For smaller installations with only slight potential differences, insulated installation of the
RFH620 and of peripheral devices may be a sufficient solution.
shielded electrial cable
PLC
Reading clock
sensor
RFH620
electrically
insulatetd
grounding point 1
U
grounding point 2
grounding point 3
grounding potential difference
Abb. 6-3:
Insulated installation
Even in the event of large differences in the ground potential, ground loops are effectively
prevented, meaning that equalizing currents can no longer flow via the cable shields and
metal housing.
Important
The power supply for the RFH620 and the connected peripheral devices must also guarantee the required level of insulation.
Under certain circumstances, a tangible potential can develop between the insulated metal
housings and the local ground potential.
Special national regulations for Sweden and Norway
Varning och atjarder
Utrustning som ar kopplad till skyddsjord via jordat vagguttag och/eller via annan utrustning
och samtidigt ar kopplad till kabel-TV nat kan i vissa fall medfora risk for brand. For att undvika detta skall vid anslutning av utrustningen till kabel-TV nat galvanisk isolator finnas mellan utrustningen och kabel-TV natet.
Advarsel og tiltaker
Utstyr som er koplet til beskyttelsesjord via nettplugg og/eller via annet jordtilkoplet utstyr
- og er tilkoplet et kabel - TV nett, kan forarsake brannfare.
For a unnga dette skal det ved tilkopling av utstyret til kabel-TV nettet installeres en galanisk
isolator mellom utstyret og kabel-TV nettet.
Corresponding English translation
Devices which are connected to the electrical system PE of the building via a mains connection or other devices with a connection to the PE, and which are connected to a cable distribution system with coaxial cables, can under certain circumstances cause a risk of fire.
Connections to a cable distribution system must therefore be made such that electrical
insulation is offered below a certain frequency range (galvanic separating link).
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6.5
Important
Performing electrical installation
To ensure secure fastening of the connected connectors and adherence to the enclosure
rating, the knurled nuts/coupling rings of the M12 connectors have to be tightened or the
cable connectors have to be secured.
1.
Connect or release current linkages only under de-energised conditions.
2.
All wire cross sections and their shields on customer side have to be selected and implemented according to valid engineering standards.
Damage to the connector unit on the RFH620 due to overwinding.
The connector unit on the RFH620 has two end positions.
Fig. 6-4:
>
Never turn the connector unit, of one of the two end positions, more than 180° in one
direction.
>
Always rotate the connector unit in the direction of the type plate.
Direction of rotation of the connector unit
6.5.1
Connecting the power supply for the RFH620
For the operation, the RFH620 requires a supply voltage of 10 V ... 30 V DC, SELV in accordance with currently applicable EN 60950-1.
The typical current consumption is 5 W (with unwired switching outputs).
Via the connection module CDB620 or CDM420, the RFH620 is supplied with 10 V
... 30 V DC. If the power supply module CMP400/CMP490 is used, the input voltage is
100 V ... 250 V AC/50 Hz ... 60 Hz on the module.
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Connecting the supply voltage
Note on reverse polarity protected supply voltage for the RFH620
Risk of damage to the RFH620 due to possible short-circuit!
The supply voltage input for the RFH620 is designed with internal circuit protection to provide reverse polarity protection. The internal ground of the RFH620 has a direct galvanic
connection to the metal housing of the RFH620 due to reasons relating to high frequency.
If the supply voltage has the incorrect polarity, this will not cause any damage provided that
the RFH620 is not connected (by either other cables or its housing) to other peripheral devices that use the same grounding point.
If, however, the RFH620 has already established a connection to other devices linked to
the same ground (e.g., chassis), reverse polarity of the RFH620's supply voltage can result
in a short-circuit and damage to the RFH620.
When wiring the RFH620 using connection module CDB620 or CDM420, the RFH620's
data and function interfaces are contacted to the connection module together with the power supply.
1.
Ensure that the connection module's supply voltage has been switched off.
2.
Serial version: connect the bar code scanner's 15-pole cable male connector to the connection module's 15-pole female connector and screw it tight.
- or Ethernet version: connect the RFH620's 12-pole male connector via a corresponding
cable (e.g., no. 2042916) to the connection module's 15-pole female connector and
screw it tight.
6.5.2
Wiring serial data interfaces
The maximum data transfer rate of the serial data interface depends on the cable length
and the interface type.
Interface type
Transfer rate
Distance to the host
RS 232
up to 19,200 Bd
Max. 10 m
38,400 Bd ... 57,600 Bd
Max. 3 m
RS-422/4851)
115,200 Bd
Max. 2 m
max. 38,400 Bd
max. 1,200 m
max. 115,200 Bd
max. 500 m
in corresponding line termination according to the specification
1)
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RS-232
CLV
Host
CLV
Host
RS-422
Fig. 6-5:
Wiring the serial host data interfaces (RS-232 and RS-422 respectively) on the 15-pole
D-Sub-HD male connector
Pin assignment for the serial auxiliary data interface on the 15-pole D-Sub-HD male connector:
•
RxD = Pin 2
•
TxD = Pin 3
•
GND = Pin 5
Damage to the interface module!
Incorrect wiring of the serial data interfaces can damage electronic components in the
RFH620.
>
Observe information about wiring the serial data interface.
>
Check the wiring carefully before switching on the RFH620.
1.
Connect the RFH620's serial interface to the host using shielded cables in accordance
with the EMC regulations.
Adhere to the maximum cable lengths.
2.
To prevent interference, do not lay cables parallel to power supply cables and motor
lines over a longer distance, e. g., in cable channels.
Important
Terminating the RS-422 data interface
Termination can be performed either in connection module CDB620 or CDM420. See operating instructions "Connection module CDB620" and "Connection module CDM420" respectively.
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6.5.3
Wiring CAN interface
Important
To wire and configure the RFH620's CAN interface for use in the CAN-SENSOR network, see
the operating instructions "Using the CAN Interface" (no. 8009180, English edition).
6.5.4
Wiring the Ethernet interface
Aux and host interface communication can also be executed in parallel via the Ethernet interface.
Fig. 6-6:
Important
Function of the Ethernet interface
The Ethernet interface of the RFH620 has an auto MDIX function. This automatically sets
the speed and any cross connection that is required.
6.5.5
Wiring switching inputs
If the RFH620's reading process should be triggered by an external sensor, the reading
pulse sensor is connected to the "sensor 1" switching input.
RFH620
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The "sensor 2" switching input has the following functions, among others:
Trigger source for
•
Reading pulse generator for reading pulse end
RFH620
Fig. 6-8:
Important
Wiring "sensor 2" switching input on the 15-pole D-Sub-HD male connector
The ratings for "sensor 1" and "sensor 2" are identical.
Switching behaviour
Power fed to the input opens the internal reading gate of the RFH620.
(Default setting: active high, debouncing: max. 30 ms (standard))
Features
– Optodecoupled, reverse polarity protected
– Can be wired with the PNP output of a sensor
– Switching input has no hysteresis
Electrical values
Low: |Vin| ≤ 2 V; |Iin| ≤ 0.3 mA
High: 6 V ≤ |Vin| ≤ 32 V; 0.7 mA ≤ |Iin| ≤ 5 mA
Signal threshold > 3.9 V
Tab. 6-7:
>
Ratings for the switching inputs
Connect switching inputs depending on application.
Important
To wire the switching inputs using connection module CDB620 or CDM420, see operating
instructions "Connection Module CDB620" (no. 8012119, German/English edition) and
"Connection Module CDM420" (no. 8010004, German/English edition) respectively.
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6.5.6
Wiring switching outputs
The two switching outputs "result 1" and "result 2" can be allocated various functions for
outputting the result status independent of each other. If the assigned result occurs in the
reading process, the corresponding switching output at the end of the reading pulse is live
for the selected impulse duration.
Important
The "result" LED is coupled with none of the two digital switching outputs "result 1" or
"result 2".
RFH620
Fig. 6-9:
Important
The ratings of the two switching outputs are identical.
Switching behaviour
PNP switching against the distribution voltage UV
Features
Short-circuit proof and temperature-protected,
not galvanically separated from UV
Electrical values
0 V ≤ Vout ≤ VS
(VS −1.5 V) ≤ Vout ≤ VS in Iout ≤ 100 mA
Tab. 6-8:
Important
Possible wiring of "result 1" switching output on the 15-pole D-Sub-HD male connector
Ratings for the switching outputs
Capacitance loads on the switching output affect the switching behaviour. Threshold is a
maximum capacitance of 100 nF. Exceeding this value can lead to unwanted pulsing behaviour of the output.
1.
Connect switching outputs depending on application.
2.
Wire the switching outputs with a load resistance to test the switching functions using
a high-resistance digital voltmeter.
Indication of incorrect voltages/switching statuses is avoided this way.
Important
To wire the switching outputs using connection module CDB620 or CDM420, see the operating instructions "Connection Module CDB620" (no. 8012119, German/English edition)
and "Connection Module CDM420" (no. 8010004, German/English edition) respectively.
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6.6
Pin assignment and wire colours of the assembled cables
6.6.1
Pin assignment of the assembled cables
Cable no. 6034414, 6029630, 6034415, 6030928 (Ethernet version)
Pin (4-pole)
Signal
Function
Pin (6-pole)
1
TD+
Transmitter+
1
3
TD–
Transmitter–
2
2
RD+
Receiver+
3
–
–
4
–
–
5
4
RD–
Receiver–
6
–
–
Shield
–
Tab. 6-9:
Pin assignment on the 4-pole M12 male connector and the 6-pole RJ45 male connector
Cable no. 2042916, 2041834, 2042914, 2042915 (Ethernet version)
Pin (12-pole) Signal
Function
Pin (15-pole)
2
10 V ... 30 V DC
Supply voltage
1
8
RxD (Aux)
Aux interface (receiver)
2
7
TxD (Aux)
Aux interface (sender)
3
–
–
–
4
1
GND
Ground
5
11
RD+ (RS-422/485)
Host interface (receiver)
6
12
RD– (RS-422/485);
RxD (RS-232)
Host interface (receiver)
7
5
TD+ (RS-422/485)
Host interface (sender)
8
6
TD– (RS-422/485);
TxD (RS-232)
Host interface (sender)
9
4
CAN H
CAN bus (IN/OUT)
10
3
CAN L
CAN bus (IN/OUT)
11
–
–
–
12
–
–
–
13
10
Sensor 1
Digital switching input for external reading pulse
14
9
SensGND
Common ground for the switching 15
inputs
–
–
Shield
Tab. 6-10:
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6.6.2
Pin assignment and wire colours of the assembled cables with an open end
Cable no. 6034605 (Ethernet version)
Pin (12-pole) Signal
Function
Wire color
1
GND
Ground
Brown
2
10 V ... 30 V DC
Supply voltage
Blue
3
CAN L
CAN bus (IN/OUT)
White
4
CAN H
CAN bus (IN/OUT)
Green
5
TD+ (RS-422/485)
Host interface (sender)
Pink
6
TD– (RS-422/485);
TxD (RS-232)
Host interface (sender)
Yellow
7
TxD (Aux)
Aux interface (sender)
Black
8
RxD (Aux)
Aux interface (receiver)
Grey
9
SensGND
Common ground for the switching
inputs
Red
10
Sensor 1
Digital switching input for external
reading pulse
Violet
11
RD+ (RS-422/485)
Host interface (receiver)
Grey-pink
12
RD– (RS-422/485);
RxD (RS-232)
Host interface (receiver)
Red-blue
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Cable no. 6034418 (Serial version)
Pin (15-pole) Signal
Function
Wire colour
1
10 V ... 30 V DC
Supply voltage
Red
2
RxD (Aux)
Aux interface (receiver)
Violet
3
TxD (Aux)
Aux interface (sender)
Yellow
4
Sensor 2
Digital switching input (adjustable
function, e. g. external reading
pulse)
Red-black
5
GND
Ground
Black
6
RD+ (RS-422/485)
Host interface (receiver)
Light blue
7
RD– (RS-422/485);
RxD (RS-232)
Host interface (receiver)
Blue
8
TD+ (RS-422/485)
Host interface (sender)
Light grey-turquoise
9
TD– (RS-422/485);
TxD (RS-232)
Host interface (sender)
Green
10
CAN H
CAN bus (IN/OUT)
Grey
11
CAN L
CAN bus (IN/OUT)
Pink
12
Result 1
Digital switching output, adjustable Brown
function
13
Result 2
Digital switching output, adjustable Orange
function
14
Sensor 1
Digital switching input for external
reading pulse
White
15
SensGND
Common ground for the switching
inputs
White-black
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7
Commissioning and configuration
Commissioning, adjustments as well as configuration and diagnosis are carried out with the
SOPAS-ET configuration software. Among other things, two buttons on the device offer the
possibility to call up a simple reading rate diagnosis (see chapter 4.7.3 Buttons on the
RFH620's housing, page 28).
7.1
Overview of the start-up procedure
•
Start up the RFH620 with the factory default settings
•
Download and install version V3.x of the SOPAS ET configuration software (V3.xx) from
the online product page at the Internet under: www.sick.com/sopas
•
Connect the PC with the SOPAS-ET configuration software to the RFH620
•
In order to optimise the functionality of the RFH620, adjust and configure the RFH620
if necessary
•
Check the correct functioning of the RFH620 in reading operation
7.2
SOPAS-ET configuration software
The SOPAS-ET configuration software adjusts the RFH620 to the reading conditions on site.
The configuration data can be saved and archived as a parameter set (project file) on the
PC.
7.2.1
Functions of the SOPAS-ET configuration software for the RFH620 (overview)
The online help in the SOPAS-ET configuration software describes the general functions of
the software and its operation: MENU, HELP, HELP F1
•
Selection of the menu language
•
Communication set-up with the RFH620
•
Password-protected configuration for various operating levels
•
Recording of data during the current mode (recording and analysing the data of certain
memory areas of the RFH620 with the data recorder)
•
Diagnosing the system
7.2.2
System requirements for the SOPAS-ET configuration software
PC system requirements:
•
Recommendation: At least Pentium 1 GHz or higher, 1 GB RAM, Ethernet interface or
serial data interface RS-232, mouse (recommended) and a colour monitor (recommended resolution at least 1,024 x 768 pixels)
•
Operating system Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 (32 bit/64 bit) or Windows
8 (32 bit/64 bit)
•
Free storage space on the hard drive: approx. 450 MB for SOPAS-ET (V. 3.00) configuration software
•
HTML browser on the PC, e.g., Internet Explorer: For online help system for the SOPASET configuration software
Connection cables: refer to the ordering information on the product page at the internet under: www.sick.com/rfh6xx.
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7.2.3
Installing the SOPAS-ET configuration software
The second generation of SOPAS ET (version 2.38.3) can continue to be used, although
support for it is no longer being provided. To receive updates or support, please use the
latest version, i.e., the third generation of SOPAS ET (version 3.xx).
Download and installation of SOPAS-ET
The configuration software SOPAS ET, the current system prerequisites for the PC, and the
instructions for downloading the software and the device description file(s) can be found at
the Internet under: www.sick.com/sopas
Procedure for SOPAS V3.xx
1.
Start PC.
2.
Download and install version V3.x of the SOPAS ET configuration software from the online product page for the software by following the instructions provided there. Administrator rights may be required on the PC to install the software.
3.
Start the “SOPAS ET” program option after completing the installation.
Path: C:\Program Files (x86)\SICK\SOPAS ET\SopasET.exe
4.
Install the device driver (SDD) of the RFH620 in the device catalog using the wizard (gear symbol). The *.ssd file can be obtained from the online repository if an Internet
connection is present.
5.
In the device search list, establish a connection between SOPAS ET and the RFH620
using the search settings. To do this, select the RFH6xx family of devices and select the
default IP address 192.168.0.1 when connecting for the first time. The device is detected and can now be integrated into a project for configuration purposes.
7.2.4
Parameter
Value
User interface language
English (the software has to be restarted after
changes)
Units of length
Metric
User group (operating level)
Maintenance
Download parameter for changes
Immediate, temporary (RFH620's RAM)
Upload parameter after online switching
Automatic
Window layout
3 (project tree, help, work area)
Serial communication
COM 1: 9,600 Bd/19,200 Bd, 8 data bits, 1 stop
bit, no parity 1
Tab. 7-1:
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Default setting for SOPAS-ET configuration software
Default setting for the SOPAS-ET configuration software (excerpt)
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7.3
Prerequisite
Establishing communication with the RFH620
The TCP-IP protocol on the PC has to be active to enable communication via TCP-IP.
7.3.1
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Connecting data interfaces
Connect the PC and the RFH620 via one of the two data interfaces according to the
chart.
via the data interface
Comment
ETHERNET (10/100
MBit/s)
Directly connect the PC (Ethernet interface) to the ETHERNET connection
of the RFH620.
RS 232
Connect the PC (serial interface) to the AUX or HOST connection of the
RFH620 using a suitable cable.
Tab. 7-2:
7.3.2
1.
Connection between PC with SOPAS-ET configuration software and the RFH620
Starting the SOPAS-ET configuration software and calling the scan assistants
Switch on the power supply to the RFH620.
The RFH620 performs a self-test and is initialised.
2.
Switch on the PC and start the SOPAS-ET configuration software.
As standard, the SOPAS-ET configuration software opens the program window with an
English program interface.
3.
In order to change the language setting, click on CANCEL and change the language of the
program interface to GERMAN/DEUTSCH via the menu TOOLS/OPTIONS.
4.
Once the language setting has been changed, shut down the SOPAS-ET configuration
software and restart it.
5.
In the dialog window, select the option CREATE A NEW PROJECT and click on OK to confirm it.
6.
In the main window under DEVICE SEARCH, click on SEARCH.
7.3.3
TIP
Configuring the Ethernet connection
To establish a connection quickly and easily via Ethernet, the SOPAS-ET configuration software has a DEVICE SEARCH WIZARD in the menu TOOLS.
Manual configuration:
1.
In the dialog window DEVICE SEARCH under INTERNET PROTOCOL/IP COMMUNICATION, select
the check box for ENABLE IP COMMUNICATION.
2.
Click on the button ADD.
3.
Enter the IP address of the RFH620 in the dialog window and confirm it by pressing OK.
4.
Click on OK to confirm settings.
The dialog window closes. A new entry appears in the list IP ADDRESS CONFIGURATION.
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1.
In the dialog window DEVICE SEARCH under SERIAL PORT/STANDARD PROTOCOL, select the
check box for ENABLE SERIAL COMMUNICATION.
2.
Click on ADVANCED....
3.
Under SELECT BAUD RATE(S), deactivate all the baud rates except 57.6 KBD.
4.
Select the following PORT SETTINGS: 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit.
5.
Click on OK to confirm settings.
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7.3.5
Carrying out a scan
1.
In the dialog window DEVICE SEARCH, click on SEARCH.
2.
Select the listed devices (RFH620) and confirm with ADD DEVICE.
Connected devices are searched for via the connection. The SOPAS-ET configuration
software inserts the devices found in the project tree and uploads the current parameter set (SYNC CHECK).
3.
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For the configuration of the devices, see chapter 7.4.2 Configuring the RFH620,
page 56.
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7.4
Initial commissioning
The SOPAS-ET configuration software adjusts the RFH620 to the reading conditions on site.
Starting point for this is the factory default setting which can be adjusted to optimise the
RFH620. The SOPAS-ET configuration software is used to create an application-specific parameter set, which can be loaded permanently into the RFH620 and saved/archived on the
PC as a project file (“*.sopas“ file with configuration data).
RFH620 write/read device
Permanently saved
parameter set
Parameter set in the
main memory of the
write/read device
Non-volatile memory
Volatile memory
Permanently saved
parameter set
Non-volatile memory
Permanently saved
parameter set
Opened project file with
current parameter set in the
main memory of the PC
Volatile memory
Saved project files (*.sopas)
with archived parameter set
Factory default setting of
the write/read device
Non-volatile memory
Non-volatile memory
(Data base on hard drive)
Non-volatile memory
Fig. 7-1:
Configuration with SOPAS-ET and storage of the parameter set
If the RFH620 is optionally connected to a Micro SD memory card (see chapter 4.7.4 Parameter set on the Micro SD memory card (optional), page 29) or connected to a CDB620/
CDM420 connection module with parameter memory mode CMC600, the parameter set is
saved permanently to the memory card, or to the CMC600 respectively, with every permanent storage of the parameter set in the RFH620.
After the RFH620 is restarted, it automatically transfers the parameter set from the memory
card and the CMC600 to its permanent memory respectively. Thus, an RFH620 can, e. g.,
be exchanged without losing configuration data (see chapter 8.4.2 Replacing the RFH620,
page 60). If a memory card and a CMC600 are available, the RFH620 will load the parameter set from the CMC600.
7.4.1
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•
Connect data interfaces of the PC and the RFH620
•
Start the SOPAS-ET configuration software and create a new project file
•
Configure the search assistant (activate PC communication)
•
Establishing communication with the RFH620
•
Accept current configuration of the RFH620 in the project tree
•
Log on to the RFH620 as an "authorised client"
•
Configure the RFH620 for use
•
Load the optimised configuration into the RFH620 and save permanently
•
Save the project file with the configuration data of the RFH620 on the PC
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7.4.2
Configuring the RFH620
All configurable parameters for the RFH620 are grouped into a device description (ssd file)
for the SOPAS-ET configuration software. The device description's project tree acts as a
guideline for the configuration.
The function of each respective parameter is explained in a context-sensitive manner in an
online help (F1 key). The valid value range and the default setting list the display window
PARAMETER INFO (right mouse button, when the cursor is positioned over the parameter).
Note
In order to configure a device via the SOPAS-ET configuration software, the respective operating level has to be selected in advance. After the start, the SOPAS-ET configuration software functions at the operating level "MAINTENANCE".
1.
In the menu bar under TOOLS, select the command LOGIN TO DEVICE.
2.
In the dialog window under USERLEVEL in the list box, select the entry AUTHORIZED CLIENT.
If the parameter set is password-protected, enter the password "client" in PASSWORD.
The password protection is activated/deactivated on the register tab PARAMETER.
3.
Click on OK to confirm the dialog window.
The previously greyed out parameters on the register tabs are now accessible.
7.4.3
Permanently load changed parameter sets into the device
Changed parameter values are immediately transferred to the RFH620's main memory
(RAM) depending on the option ("Immediate download"). To ensure that the changes remain
even after the RFH620 is restarted, the configuration has to be permanently saved in the
RFH620's PROM.
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In order to load the current settings permanently in the RFH620, in the menu bar under
RFH620, select the command PARAMETER/SAVE PERMANENT or click on
in the tool bar.
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7.4.4
Save, display and print the current parameter set
When archiving a parameter set, it is recommended to not only save the project file on the
PC but also to print out the contents of the file.
1.
In order to save the current parameter set, select the menu item SAVE AS in the menu
bar under PROJECT.
2.
Enter a file name in the dialog window and confirm it by clicking on SAVE.
The SOPAS-ET configuration software saves the current settings in a configuration file
"*.sopas".
3.
In order to print out the current parameter set, select the command PRINT/PRINT PREVIEW
in the menu bar under PROJECT.
The SOPAS-ET configuration software displays a preview of a table with a list of all the
parameter values.
4.
Click on
in the tool bar at the top of the dialog window.
The dialog window PRINT for the printer configuration appears.
5.
Edit setting accordingly and confirm with OK.
The current project settings are printed as a table on several pages.
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7.5
Default setting
The values of the default setting are permanently saved in the RFH620 (non-volatile memory) and in the database of the SOPAS-ET configuration software in the device-specific ssd
file (see chapter 7.4 Initial commissioning, page 55). A PC is not required to start up the
RFH620 with the default setting.
7.5.1
Prerequisite
Resetting the default setting in the RFH620
The SOPAS-ET configuration software is connected online to the RFH620.
Two default setting types can be called up via the SOPAS-ET configuration software:
•
Complete default setting (LOAD DEFAULT SETTING)
SOPAS-ET resets all parameter values of the RFH620 to default. Settings, which have
been previously made for the communication parameters of the Ethernet interfaces or
serial data interfaces (e.g. Ethernet address), are overwritten. In the process, the connection(s) to the RFH620 disappear(s) as the case may be and must to be reconfigured.
•
Application-specific default setting (LOAD APPLICATION DEFAULT SETTING)
SOPAS-ET resets the parameter values of the RFH620, but does not change the communication parameters. Settings, which have been previously made for the communication parameters of the Ethernet interfaces or serial data interfaces, are kept and the
current connection(s) to the RFH620 remain(s) established.
1.
In order to discard changes to the parameter set as described above, select the corresponding command in the menu bar under RFH620.
The SOPAS-ET configuration software loads the default setting from the RFH620 and
displays the parameter values in the register tabs. In the RFH620, the default setting
will first be active in the temporary main memory only.
The default setting can also be saved in the PC or printed (see chapter 7.4.4 Save, display and print the current parameter set, page 57).
2.
In the menu bar under DEVICE, select the command LOGIN TO DEVICE.
3.
In the dialog window under USERLEVEL in the list box, select the entry AUTHORISED CLIENT.
4.
Click on OK to confirm the dialog window.
5.
In the menu bar under RFH620, select the command PARAMETER/SAVE PERMANENT.
If the parameter set is password-protected, enter the password "client" in PASSWORD.
The SOPAS-ET configuration software transfers the default setting to the permanent parameter memory (PROM) of the RFH620.
If the RFH620 is equipped with the Micro SD memory card or connected to a connection
module CDB620/CDM420 with parameter memory module CMC600, the default setting will be permanently transferred to the parameter memory CMC600 and memory
card respectively.
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Once the default setting has been restored, password-protection is deactivated.
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8
Maintenance
8.1
Maintenance during operation
It RFH620 operates maintenance-free in all variants.
Important
Do not open the RFH620's housing. If the device is opened, the SICK AG warranty shall not
apply.
8.2
Cleaning the housing
>
Use a soft cloth to free the housing of dust.
>
If necessary, also clean the LEDs on the housing.
8.3
Checking the incremental encoder
If an optional incremental encoder is used, the position of the friction wheel at the drive system should be checked at regular intervals.
>
Ensure that the incremental encoder has direct and fixed contact with the drive system
and that the friction wheel rotates without slipping.
8.4
Replacing an RFH620
Incorrect or damaged devices have to be removed and replaced with either new or repaired
devices.
Important
Repairs to the RFH620 should only be carried out by qualified and authorised SICK AG service staff.
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Dismantling the RFH620
1.
Switch off the power supply to the RFH620.
2.
Disconnect all the connection cables of the RFH620.
3.
Remove the RFH620 from the holder. In the process, mark the RFH620´s situation and
alignment on the holder or environment.
4.
If available, remove the Micro SD memory card (optional) with the stored parameter set
from the faulty RFH620 (see chapter 4.7.4 Parameter set on the Micro SD memory
card (optional), page 29). To do this, open the cover and slightly press on the memory
card in order to unlock it.
5.
Insert the memory card accordingly into the empty space of the new, turned-off
RFH620 the right way round (the card's notches point to the two yellow keys) until it is
locked.
6.
Close the cover again.
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8.4.2
Replacing the RFH620
1.
Align and install the new or repaired RFH620 (see chapter 5 Installation, page 31). In
the process, observe any marks made previously on the holder or the environment
(chapter 8.4.1 Dismantling the RFH620, page 59).
2.
Re-connect connection cables to the RFH620 (see chapter 6 Electrical installation,
page 35).
3.
Switch the power supply to the RFH620 back on.
The RFH620 starts with the default setting.
4.
If, as an option, a Micro SD memory card has been inserted into the RFH620 or a parameter memory module CMC600 into connection module CDB620/CDM420, the new
RFH620 will automatically load the stored parameter set from the memory card or
CMC600 into its permanent memory. If both a memory card and a CMC600 are available, the RFH620 will load the parameter set from the CMC600.
- or Without Micro SD memory card /parameter memory module CMC600: Connect to the
RFH620 via the SOPAS-ET configuration software, transfer the configuration stored on
the PC via download to the RFH620 and permanently store the configuration there.
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9
Troubleshooting
This chapter describes how errors in the RFH620 can be recognised and eliminated.
9.1
Overview of errors and malfunctions which could occur
9.1.1
Error during the installation
•
The RFH620 has been unsuitably aligned to objects with transponders (e. g. a shield)
•
Reading pulse sensor has been positioned incorrectly (e.g. internal reading gate is
opened too late or shut too early)
9.1.2
•
Error during the electrical installation
Interfaces of the RFH620 were wired incorrectly
9.1.3
Error during configuration
•
Functions have not been adjusted to the local conditions, e.g. parameters for the data
interface are set incorrectly
•
Device-related limits have not been considered, e.g. reading distance
•
Trigger source for reading pulse selected incorrectly
9.1.4
Malfunctions during operation
•
Start/Stop operation: External reading pulse is missing, more than one object is in the
reading area
•
Device error (hardware/software)
9.2
Detailed malfunction analysis
9.2.1
LEDs on the RFH620
Among other things, the following statuses can be read from the LEDs on the RFH620's
housing (see chapter 4.7.2 LEDs on the RFH620's housing, page 27):
•
Ready
•
Status of the reading result (result)
•
Data traffic on the host, aux and CAN interface
The LEDs can display possible malfunctions or errors. Please refer to the system information for further details.
9.2.2
System information
The RFH620 displays errors in various ways. The error output is hierarchised and always allows a detailed analysis:
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Communication errors can occur while transferring telegrams to the RFH620. In this
case, the RFH620 returns an error code.
•
Error codes are written into a status protocol for errors which occur during a reading
(see subsequent chapter).
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9.3
Important
Status protocol
The status protocol remains even after switching the RFH620 off and on again.
The RFH620 differentiates between four types of error:
•
Information
•
Warning
•
Error
•
Fatal error
The RFH620 only saves the last five entries for each of the error types.
9.3.1
Displaying the status protocol using the SOPAS-ET configuration software
In order to display the status protocol, the SOPAS-ET configuration software has to be online
and connected to the RFH620.
1.
Connect the SOPAS-ET configuration software with the device.
2.
Open the project tree RFH620, SERVICE, SYSTEM STATUS, register tab SYSTEM INFORMATION.
9.4
SICK support
If an error cannot be eliminated, it is possible that the RFH620 is defective. The RFH620
cannot be repaired by the user, meaning that it is not possible to re-establish functions after
a failure. However, the RFH620 can be rapidly replaced by the user (see chapter 8.4 Replacing an RFH620, page 59 for this).
>
If an error occurs which cannot be eliminated, please contact SICK service:
•
In Germany: Technical hotline of SICK Vertriebs-GmbH
– Tel. +49 211 5301-301
– Fax. +49 211 5301-100
– E-mail: info@sick.de
•
International: your appropriate SICK branch office and SICK subsidiary respectively.
– For telephone numbers and e-mail addresses, please see the back page of these operating instructions
– For the postal address please visit www.sick.com.
>
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Only return devices after consultation with the SICK service.
Repairs to the RFH620 should only be carried out by qualified and authorised SICK AG service staff.
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Technical data
10.1
RFH620 data sheet
Type
RFH620-1000001 (Serial version)
Product category
ISO/IEC-15693 compatible write/read device
RFH620-1001201 (Ethernet version)
Carrier frequency
13.56 MHz
Air interface protocol
ISO/IEC-15693, 18000-3 M1 („mandatory“ and „optional“ command set)
HF transmitter power
200 mW
Cruising range
Up to 160 mm (depending on the size of the transponder)
Useable antenna surface area
125 mm x 75 mm
Optical indicators
6 LEDs: Ready, result, HF, data, CAN, LNK TX
Acoustic display
Beeper, which can be switched off, with function for result status display is available
Reading pulsing
• Pulse sources for start: Switching inputs
• Pulse sources for start: Switching inputs
"sensor 1" and/or "sensor 2"; command; auto"sensor 1"; command; automatic cycle; CAN
matic cycle; CAN
• Pulse sources for stop: Reading pulse source,
• Pulse sources for stop: Reading pulse source,
"sensor 1", command, timer, good read, condi"sensor 1", "sensor 2", command, timer, good
tion
read, condition
• Freewheel
• Freewheel
"Host" data interfaces
Serial: RS-232 or RS-422/485 (0.3 kBd ... 500 kBd)
Ethernet: TCP/IP (port 2112, half/full duplex, 10/100 MBit/s), IP (10/100 MBit/s)
PROFINET I/O (single port, 10/100 MBit/s)
Aux" data interface
Serial: RS-232 (57.6 kBd; 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit); Ethernet (port 2111); fixed data output
format
Data interface "CAN"*
20 kBit/s ... 1 MBit/s, SICK CAN-SENSOR network (master, slave, multiplexer)
Digital switching inputs
2 ("sensor 1", "sensor 2"), 2 additional inputs via 1 ("sensor 1"), 2 additional inputs via CMC600 in
CMC600 in CDB620
CDB620, optodecoupled, Vin = max. 32 V,
reverse polarity protected, which can be wired
with PNP output, configurable debouncing 0 ms
... 10,000 ms
Digital switching outputs
2 ("result 1", "result 2"), 2 additional outputs via No output, 2 outputs via CMC600 in CDB620
CMC600 in CDB620
PNP, Iout = max. 100 mA, short circuit-proof, configurable impulse duration (static, 10 ... 1,000
ms)
Electric connection
Cable (0.9 m) with 15-pole D-Sub-HD male
connector
Operating voltage/
Power consumption
10 V ... 30 V DC, SELV in accordance with currently applicable EN 60950-1 / typical 5 W (with unwired switching outputs)
Housing
Die-cast aluminium
Revolving connector unit with 2 M12 circular
connectors
(12-pole male connector, 4-pole female connector)
Antenna cover material
PPS Plastic
Safety
According to EN 60950-1
Proctection class
III, according to EN 60950-1
Enclosure rating
IP 67, according to EN 60529 (1991-10); A1 (2002-02)
EMC tested
According to EN 301489-3
Wireless authorisation
According to EN 300330-2 receiver class 3 / FCC part 15
Vibration/shock test
According to EN 60068-2-6 (2008-02) / according to EN 60068-2-27 (2009-05)
Weight
520 g with connecting cable
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Type
RFH620-1000001 (Serial version)
Ambient temperature
Operation: –25 °C... +60 °C, storage: –25 °C... +70 °C
Max. rel. humidity
90 %, non condensing
Housing color
Light blue (according to RAL 5012)
Tab. 10-1:
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RFH620-1001201 (Ethernet version)
Technical specifications of the RFH620
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Fig. 10-1:
10.2
RFH620‘s dimensional drawings.
10.2.1
Dimensional drawing of RFH620-1000001
Serial version: Dimensions of the RFH620-1000001
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Fig. 10-2:
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Dimensional drawing of RFH620-1001201
Ethernet version: Dimensions of the RFH620-1001201
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Appendix
11.1
Overview of the Appendixes
The appendix contains the following additional information:
•
Configuration with command strings
•
Dimensional drawings of the accessories
•
Supplementary documentation (overview)
•
Copy of EU Declaration of Conformity
11.2
Configuring the RFH620 with command strings
As an alternative to the SOPAS-ET configuration software, the RFH620 can also be configured and operated with command strings via all the data interfaces. The command strings
can be displayed separately via the SOPAS-ET configuration software.
Note
For this purpose, select the setting COMMAND on the register tab OBJECT TRIGGER CONTROL as
Trigger source.
Important
Both the command strings and the SOPAS-ET configuration software are based on command language which directly accesses the command interpreter of the RFH620. This command language must be used with care as the RFH620 executes sent commands
immediately. Parameter values altered via commands are, at first, only active in the current
parameter set in the working memory (RAM) of the RFH620. To save in the permanent
memory, the altered parameter set must be copied into the PROM using a special command; this ensures that the alterations are not lost when the power supply is switched off.
Command strings for triggering the reading pulse:
•
START: <STX>sMN mTCgateon<ETX>
•
STOP: <STX>sMN mTCgateoff<ETX>
If the commands are entered via the terminal emulator of the SOPAS-ET configuration software, the two control characters <STX> and <ETX> are omitted.
Connection to the RFH620 using the terminal emulator via the Ethernet:
1.
Call up the terminal emulator via the menu TOOLS/TERMINAL of the SOPAS-ET configuration software and, in the terminal emulator, call up the connection assistant via the
menu SET UP CONNECTIONS/CONNECTION.
2.
Select the option USER-DEFINED CONNECTION in the connection assistant and confirm by
pressing NEXT.
3.
Select the option TCP/IP and confirm by pressing NEXT.
4.
Select the option SHOW ONLY COLA TELEGRAMS.
5.
Enter the RFH620's IP address in the relevant field and confirm by pressing NEXT.
6.
In the selection list ADDRESSING MODE, select the setting NAME and confirm by pressing
CONNECT.
The connection with the RFH620 is established. The command strings can be transferred.
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11.3
Dimensional drawing accessories
11.3.1
Dimensional drawing fixing bracket no. 2048551
Included to fix the RFH620 to the bracket:
2 x cylinder head screws M6 x 8 mm, with hexagon female connector, self-locking
Fig. 11-1:
11.4
Dimensions of the fixing bracket no. 2048551
EU Declaration of Conformity
SICK AG hereby declares that the RFU620 radio equipment complies with the 2014/53/EU
directive. The complete text of the EU declaration of conformity is available at the following
web address: www.sick.com/RFH6xx.
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Sweden
Phone +46 10 110 10 00
E-Mail info@sick.se
Malaysia
Phone +6 03 8080 7425
E-Mail enquiry.my@sick.com
Switzerland
Phone +41 41 619 29 39
E-Mail contact@sick.ch
Mexico
Phone +52 (472) 748 9451
E-Mail mario.garcia@sick.com
Taiwan
Phone +886 2 2375-6288
E-Mail sales@sick.com.tw
Netherlands
Phone +31 30 2044 000
E-Mail info@sick.nl
Thailand
Phone +66 2645 0009
E-Mail Ronnie.Lim@sick.com
Chile
Phone +56 2 2274 7430
E-Mail info@schadler.com
New Zealand
Phone +64 9 415 0459
0800 222 278 – tollfree
E-Mail sales@sick.co.nz
Turkey
Phone +90 216 528 50 00
E-Mail info@sick.com.tr
China
Phone +86 20 2882 3600
E-Mail info.china@sick.net.cn
Norway
Phone +47 67 81 50 00
E-Mail sick@sick.no
Denmark
Phone +45 45 82 64 00
E-Mail sick@sick.dk
Poland
Phone +48 22 539 41 00
E-Mail info@sick.pl
Finland
Phone +358-9-2515 800
E-Mail sick@sick.fi
Romania
Phone +40 356 171 120
E-Mail office@sick.ro
France
Phone +33 1 64 62 35 00
E-Mail info@sick.fr
Russia
Phone +7 495 775 05 30
E-Mail info@sick.ru
Germany
Phone +49 211 5301-301
E-Mail info@sick.de
Singapore
Phone +65 6744 3732
E-Mail sales.gsg@sick.com
Hong Kong
Phone +852 2153 6300
E-Mail ghk@sick.com.hk
Slovakia
Phone +421 482 901201
E-Mail mail@sick-sk.sk
Hungary
Phone +36 1 371 2680
E-Mail office@sick.hu
Slovenia
Phone +386 591 788 49
E-Mail office@sick.si
India
Phone +91 22 6119 8900
E-Mail info@sick-india.com
South Africa
Phone +27 11 472 3733
E-Mail info@sickautomation.co.za
Austria
Phone +43 22 36 62 28 8-0
E-Mail office@sick.at
Belgium/Luxembourg
Phone +32 2 466 55 66
E-Mail info@sick.be
Brazil
Phone +55 11 3215-4900
E-Mail marketing@sick.com.br
Canada
Phone +1 905 771 14 44
E-Mail information@sick.com
Czech Republic
Phone +420 2 57 91 18 50
E-Mail sick@sick.cz
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United Arab Emirates
Phone +971 4 88 65 878
E-Mail info@sick.ae
United Kingdom
Phone +44 1727 831121
E-Mail info@sick.co.uk
USA
Phone +1 800 325 7425
E-Mail info@sick.com
Vietnam
Phone +84 945452999
E-Mail Ngo.Duy.Linh@sick.com
Further locations at www.sick.com
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