V640 Users Manual
Cat. No. Z218-E1-01A
AMPLIFIER UNIT
V640-HAM12
CIDRW HEAD
V640-HS62
CIDRW CONTROLLER
V700-L22
LINK UNIT
V700-L11
V640 SERIES
USER’S MANUAL
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the V640 Series CIDRW System.
Please observe the following points when operating the V640 Series:
• Please read and understand the content of this manual before using the system.
• After reading this manual, store it in a handy location for easy reference whenever necessary.
READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS DOCUMENT
Please read and understand this document before using the products. Please consult your OMRON representative if you
have any questions or comments.
WARRANTY
OMRON’s exclusive warranty is that the products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one
year (or other period if specified) from date of sale by OMRON.
OMRON MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING NONINFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF THE PRODUCTS. ANY
BUYER OR USER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE BUYER OR USER ALONE HAS DETERMINED THAT THE
PRODUCTS WILL SUITABLY MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THEIR INTENDED USE. OMRON DISCLAIMS ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
OMRON SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF
PROFITS OR COMMERCIAL LOSS IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE PRODUCTS, WHETHER SUCH CLAIM IS
BASED ON CONTRACT, WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE, OR STRICT LIABILITY.
In no event shall responsibility of OMRON for any act exceed the individual price of the product on which liability is
asserted.
IN NO EVENT SHALL OMRON BE RESPONSIBLE FOR WARRANTY, REPAIR, OR OTHER CLAIMS REGARDING THE
PRODUCTS UNLESS OMRON’S ANALYSIS CONFIRMS THAT THE PRODUCTS WERE PROPERLY HANDLED,
STORED, INSTALLED, AND MAINTAINED AND NOT SUBJECT TO CONTAMINATION, ABUSE, MISUSE, OR
INAPPROPRIATE MODIFICATION OR REPAIR.
SUITABILITY FOR USE
THE PRODUCTS CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT ARE NOT SAFETY RATED. THEY ARE NOT DESIGNED OR
RATED FOR ENSURING SAFETY OF PERSONS, AND SHOULD NOT BE RELIED UPON AS A SAFETY COMPONENT
OR PROTECTIVE DEVICE FOR SUCH PURPOSES. Please refer to separate catalogs for OMRON's safety rated
products.
OMRON shall not be responsible for conformity with any standards, codes, or regulations that apply to the combination of
products in the customer’s application or use of the product.
At the customer’s request, OMRON will provide applicable third party certification documents identifying ratings and
limitations of use that apply to the products. This information by itself is not sufficient for a complete determination of the
suitability of the products in combination with the end product, machine, system, or other application or use.
The following are some examples of applications for which particular attention must be given. This is not intended to be an
exhaustive list of all possible uses of the products, nor is it intended to imply that the uses listed may be suitable for the
products:
• Outdoor use, uses involving potential chemical contamination or electrical interference, or conditions or uses not
described in this document.
• Nuclear energy control systems, combustion systems, railroad systems, aviation systems, medical equipment,
amusement machines, vehicles, safety equipment, and installations subject to separate industry or government
regulations.
• Systems, machines, and equipment that could present a risk to life or property.
Please know and observe all prohibitions of use applicable to the products.
NEVER USE THE PRODUCTS FOR AN APPLICATION INVOLVING SERIOUS RISK TO LIFE OR PROPERTY
WITHOUT ENSURING THAT THE SYSTEM AS A WHOLE HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO ADDRESS THE RISKS, AND
THAT THE OMRON PRODUCT IS PROPERLY RATED AND INSTALLED FOR THE INTENDED USE WITHIN THE
OVERALL EQUIPMENT OR SYSTEM.
PERFORMANCE DATA
Performance data given in this document is provided as a guide for the user in determining suitability and does not
constitute a warranty. It may represent the result of OMRON’s test conditions, and the users must correlate it to actual
application requirements. Actual performance is subject to the OMRON Warranty and Limitations of Liability.
CHANGE IN SPECIFICATIONS
Product specifications and accessories may be changed at any time based on improvements and other reasons.
It is our practice to change model numbers when published ratings or features are changed, or when significant
construction changes are made. However, some specifications of the product may be changed without any notice. When
in doubt, special model numbers may be assigned to fix or establish key specifications for your application on your
request. Please consult with your OMRON representative at any time to confirm actual specifications of purchased
products.
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
Dimensions and weights are nominal and are not to be used for manufacturing purposes, even when tolerances are
shown.
ERRORS AND OMISSIONS
The information in this document has been carefully checked and is believed to be accurate; however, no responsibility is
assumed for clerical, typographical, or proofreading errors, or omissions.
PROGRAMMABLE PRODUCTS
OMRON shall not be responsible for the user’s programming of a programmable product, or any consequence thereof.
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SECTION 2 Installation and Connections/Wiring
SECTION 3 Preparing for Communications
SECTION 4 Reading from/Writing to ID Tags
SECTION 5 Troubleshooting
SECTION 6 Appendix
CIDRW System
V640-HAM12
V640-HS62
V700-L22
V700-L11
Amplifier Unit
CIDRW Head
CIDRW Controller
Link Unit
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Precautions in using the product
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Applicable Standards
The CIDRW System complies with the following standards.
1. FCC (USA Federal Communications Commission)
FCC Part 15 Subpart C
FCC ID: E4E6CYCIDV6400304
Note: Do not remove the ferrite core from the cable attached to the CIDRW Head.
2. Europe Radio and EMC Standards
The requirements of the EC/R&TTE Directive (Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive
1999/5/EC) have been met.
Radio: EN300330 (2001)
EMC: EN301489-3 (EN301489-1)
Safety: EN61010-1:1993+A2
Note: When using the CIDRW System in Europe, the connecting cable between the CIDRW and the DC
power supply must be 3 m or less.
Applicable SEMI Standards
The CIDRW System complies with the following SEMI standards.
• SEMI E99 THE CARRIER ID READER/WRITER FUNCTIONAL STANDARD
• SEMI E5 EQUIPMENT COMMUNICATION STANDARD 2 MESSAGE CONTENT (SECS II)
• SEMI E4 EQUIPMENT COMMUNICATION STANDARD 1 MESSAGE TRANSFER (SECS I)
SEMI is the acronym for Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International.
SECS is the acronym for SEMI Equipment Communications Standard.
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Meanings of Signal Words
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in minor
or moderate injury, or may result in serious injury or death. Additionally there may
be significant property damage.
!WARNING
Meanings of Alert Symbols
The following alert symbol is used in this manual.
Indicates general prohibitions for which there is no specific symbol.
Precautions in using the product
The following signal words are used in this manual.
Alert Statements in this Manual
The following alert statements apply to the products in this manual. Each alert statement also appears at the
locations needed in this manual to attract your attention.
!WARNING
The product is not designed or rated for ensuring safety of persons.
Do not use it for such purposes.
Precautions for Safe Use
Please observe the following precautions for safe use of the products.
• Do not allow water to enter or insert wires through gaps in the case. This could cause fire or electric shock.
• In the event of a malfunction, stop using the product immediately, turn off the power, and consult your
OMRON dealer.
• Dispose of this product as industrial waste.
• Do not remove the CIDRW Head from the Amplifier Unit while power is being supplied.
Precautions for Correct Use
Please observe the following precautions to prevent failure to operate, malfunctions, or undesirable effects on
product performance.
■ Installation Site
Install the product at a location where:
• It is not exposed to direct sunlight.
• It is not exposed to corrosive gases, dust, metal chips, or salt.
• The working temperature is within the range stipulated in the specifications.
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• There are no sudden variations in temperature (no condensation).
• The relative humidity is within the range stipulated in the specifications.
• No vibration or shock exceeding the values stipulated in the specifications is transmitted directly to
the body of the product.
• It is not subject to splashing water, oil, or chemical substances.
■ Mounting
• This product communicates with ID Tags using the 134 kHz frequency band. Some transceivers,
motors, monitoring equipment, and power supplies (power supply ICs) generate electrical waves
(noise) that interfere with communications with ID Tags. If you are using the product in the vicinity of
any of these devices, check the effect on communications in advance.
• In order to minimize the effects of noise, ground nearby metal bodies with a grounding resistance not
exceeding 100 ohms.
• When mounting Amplifier Units, tighten the screws with a torque no greater than 1.2 N·m.
• When mounting CIDRW Heads, tighten the screws with a torque no greater than 0.6 N·m.
• When multiple CIDRW Heads are mounted next to each other, communications performance could
be impaired by mutual interference. Read and follow the information in this manual on mutual interference when installing multiple heads.
Refer to page 111.
■ Power and Ground Cables
• Use the power supply voltage specified in this manual.
• Ensure correct polarity when connecting to the +/- power supply terminals.
• The ground terminals must be connected to a ground with a grounding resistance not exceeding 100
ohms.
• When using the CIDRW System in Europe, the connecting cable between the CIDRW and the DC
power supply must be 3 m or less.
■ Wiring Work
• Always turn the power off before starting wiring work or connecting/disconnecting cables.
• Do not run high-voltage lines and power lines though the same conduit.
• To prevent damage by static electricity, wear a wrist strap or equivalent, and take measures to prevent charging, before touching terminal components or parts inside connectors.
■ Screw Locking Adhesive
• Screw locking adhesive (screw lock) may cause deterioration and cracking of resin parts; do not use
it for screws in resin parts or anywhere where resin washers are used.
■ Cleaning
• Use standard grade alcohol.
• Do not use organic solvents such as thinner or benzene.
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Communicate with the host device only after confirming that the CIDRW Controller has started. Also,
unstable signals may occur at the host interface when the CIDRW Controller is started. When initializunwanted signals.
■ Startup Precaution
Never turn OFF the power supply while the CIDRW Controller is starting, including when power is
turned ON, when the mode is changed, or when the CIDRW Controller is being reset. Doing so may
damage the CIDRW Controller.
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ing operation, clear the reception buffer at the host device or take other suitable methods to clear
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■ Communications with the Host Device
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To Users of Model V700-L21
The V700-L22 is the CIDRW controller complying with the 2003 edition of the SEMI E99 standard. A V700L21 cannot simply be replaced with a V700-L22. If you wish to replace a V700-L21, bring the CIDRW
controller control program into line with the new stipulations as described in this manual.
■ Main Points of Difference with the V700-L21
• Addition of support attributes
The CIDRW attributes defined as CarrierIDOffset and CarrierIDlength in the 2003 edition of the SEMI
E99 standard have been added.
With the V700-L22, the user can now specify as attributes the position of the MID in the ID tag, and the
data length.
Refer to Support Attributes 130.
• Changes in message specifications
The 2003 edition of SEMI E99 adds a format definition for the message specification data item MID.
The specifications of the data item MID have changed in the V700-L22.
Refer to Message Specifications 66.
• Addition of a data area access function
The V700-L22 has added a function for specifying ID tag data area access destinations as offset
addresses.
The V700-L21 divides the data area into 8-byte units called segments, and reads and writes data to
each segment. Besides this, the V700-L22 also allows you to specify offset addresses referenced to
the first address in the ID tag data area, so that data can be read and written in units of one byte.
Refer to Message Specifications 66.
• Replacing a V700-L21 with a V700-L22
The following settings are required to replace a V700-L21 with a V700-L22.
(1) Set the attributes CarrierIDOffset and CarrierIDlength.
Set CarrierIDOffset to 0 and for CarrierIDlength set the data length of the data item MID specified
by the ID write request (S18F11). If there is a mismatch between the CarrierIDlength attribute and
the MID length in the ID write request (S18F11), a CE (communications error) occurs, and no data
is written.
(2) Change the MID to data comprising displayable ASCII characters only.
With the V700-L22, data that includes undisplayable ASCII characters cannot be read with an ID
read request (S18F9); an EE - execution error - occurs. Data including undisplayable ASCII characters in the MID cannot be specified with an ID write request (S18F11).
With the V700-L21, the MID to be read or written is consigned to an area fixed at 16 bytes. If the specified data length in
the ID write request (S18F11) is less than 16 bytes, NULs are added in internal processing to make the total up to 16
bytes. In contrast, with the V700-L22, the accessible MID data occupies only the area specified by the attributes CarrierIDOffset and CarrierIDlength. Remember that data can only be read or written in the area specified by the attributes.
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Editor’s Note
Indicates an explanation of a point that must be observed to ensure that the product is capable of its proper functions and performance. Read this information carefully and follow the cautions. If the product is used incorrectly, data or the equipment itself
could be destroyed.
Indicates summaries of points of particular importance relating to product performance, e.g. points to note during operation and
advice on how to use the product.
Indicates the number of a page where related information can be found.
Precautions in using the product
Visual Aids
Indicates information for reference when you encounter a problem.
Indicator Statuses
The following symbols are used to show the status of the indicators on the CIDRW Controller and Amplifier
Units.
OFF
Flashing
ON
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Table of Contents
0
Applicable Standards
2
Applicable SEMI Standards
2
Precautions for Safe Use
3
Precautions for Correct Use
3
To Users of Model V700-L21
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Table of Contents
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SECTION 1 Product Outline
11
What is a CIDRW System?
12
Features
13
System Configuration
14
Component Names and Functions
15
Flowchart for Getting Started
19
SECTION 2 Installation and Connections/Wiring
21
Installation
22
Connections and Wiring
27
SECTION 3 Preparing for Communications
43
Set the Communications Conditions for the CIDRW Controller
44
Set the Communications Conditions for Amplifier Units
57
Set the Communications Conditions for Link Units
59
Communications Test
61
SECTION 4 Reading from/Writing to ID Tags
Table of Contents
Introduction
65
When SECS is Used
66
When SECS is Not Used
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SECTION 5 Troubleshooting
87
When SECS is Used
88
When SECS is Not Used
94
SECTION 6 Appendix
99
Specifications and Dimensions
100
System Configuration Examples
104
Characteristic Data depending on Conditions of Use
106
Data Segment Area
125
Regular Inspection
126
SECS Protocol Specifications
127
ASCII Code Table
132
Protective Construction
133
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Features
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System Configuration
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Component Names and Functions
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Flowchart for Getting Started
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SECTION 1
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What is a CIDRW System?
What is a CIDRW System? SECTION 1
The CIDRW system writes data to, and reads data from, the carrier IDs (ID Tags) mounted on the carriers
(FOUP) in semiconductor manufacturing processes without contacting these ID Tags. CIDRW is the
abbreviation of Carrier ID Reader/Writer and this abbreviation is used throughout this manual.
Reading and writing information such as models, process instructions, lots, and inspection results to and from
ID Tags makes it possible to manage work instruction information from a host device.
Example: Management of information in semiconductor and wafer manufacturing processes
ID Tag
(holder is separate)
CIDRW Head
Amplifier Unit
CIDRW Controller
Host
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Reading and writing
information
• Model information
• Process instruction
information
• Completion
information
• Lot information
• Inspection results
Etc.
SECTION 1
Product Outline
Features
CIDRW System Conforming to SEMI Standards
CIDRW Controller
ID Tag
V700-L22
Host
Amplifier Unit
CIDRW Head
V640-HAM12
V640-HS62
RI-TRP-DR2B/
RI-TRP-WR2B
(Made by Texas
Instruments)
SECTION 1 Features
■ CIDRW Systems that Conform to SEMI Standards (SEMI E99, E5, E4)
SECS I/II
RS-232C
RS-232C
List of Applicable Standards
• SEMI E99 THE CARRIER ID READER/WRITER FUNCTIONAL STANDARD
• SEMI E5 EQUIPMENT COMMUNICATION STANDARD 2 MESSAGE CONTENT (SECS II)
• SEMI E4 EQUIPMENT COMMUNICATION STANDARD 1 MESSAGE TRANSFER (SECS I)
SEMI is the acronym for Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International.
SECS is the acronym for SEMI Equipment Communications Standard.
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System Configuration
When SECS Is Used
Communication with the host device is possible using the SECS protocol.
CIDRW Controller
V700-L22
Host
RS-232C
SECS I/II
This is e.g. a host,
or equipment controller.
Amplifier Unit
CIDRW Head
V640-HAM12
V640-HS62
RS-232C
Multiple Amplifier Units
are controlled in
response to commands
(SECS) from the host
device.
These are units that
control a CIDRW Head.
These are antennae for
reading the carrier IDs
from the ID Tags and
writing the carrier IDs.
When SECS Is Not Used
Communications with the host device follow the OMRON proprietary protocol.
The Amplifier Units are connected directly to the host device without using a CIDRW Controller.
Host
RS-232C
Amplifier Unit
CIDRW Head
V640-HAM12
V640-HS62
OMRON proprietary protocol
This is e.g. a host,
or equipment controller.
These are units that
control a CIDRW Head.
These are antennae for
reading the carrier IDs
from the ID Tags and
writing the carrier IDs.
Refer to the following page for specific connection examples.
page 104
Using Link Units (V700-L11) to make connections makes it possible to remove and replace just the relevant
Amplifier Unit while leaving the power to the CIDRW system on in the event of a failure or during maintenance.
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SECS
No.
RS-232C
ID
SECTION 1 Component Names and Functions
CIDRW Controller V700-L22
MAINTENANNCE
Name
Function
1
Power indicator (green)
2
OPERATING indicator (green) Lit while the CIDRW system status model is operating.
An LED that indicates whether the power is ON or OFF. Lit while the power is ON.
3
ALARMS indicator (green)
4
BUSY indicator (green)
Lit when the status in "Operational Status" of the CIDRW system is BUSY.
5
ERROR indicator (red)
When a processing error is detected (when SSACK is other than NO), this indicator is lit
for 50 ms.
6
24 VDC power supply terminals
(with cover)
Connect to the 24 VDC power supply.
7
Frame ground terminal
(with cover)
The grounding wire is connected here. (Ground to 100 Ω or less)
8
MODE switch
Used to select the mode of operation.
Lit when the status in "Alarm Status" of the CIDRW system is Alarm (1).
Refer to page 44.
0: Normal Operation mode. When mounting the Controller, set the switch to this position.
3: Setting mode, selected to set information such as the communication conditions.
When the switch on the bottom face of the Controller cannot be accessed, the operation mode can be changed from the host device while the switch is left at the 0 setting.
1 - 2, 4 - 7: Setting prohibited
9
RESET switch
Restarts the CIDRW Controller.
10
SECS port
Port for connecting the host device. Conforms to SECS I/II.
11
ID port
An Amplifier Unit or Link Unit is connected here.
12
Maintenance port (with cover)
Not used. Do not remove the cover.
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RUN
COMM
NORM
CIDRW HEAD
RS-485
AMPLIFIER UNIT
GR
ERROR
DIP SW
RS-232C
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Amplifier Unit V640-HAM12
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No.
Name
Function
1
Dedicated power supply connector
Connect to the 24 VDC power supply.
2
RS-485 port
When using multiple CIDRW Heads, connect this to the RS-485 port of another Amplifier
Unit or to the multi-connection port of a Link Unit.
3
RS-232C port
Connected to a CIDRW Controller or a host device.
Uses the OMRON proprietary communications protocol.
4
RUN indicator (green)
Turns ON when the Amplifier Unit is in normal operation.
5
COMM indicator (yellow)
Turns ON during communications with the host device or during communications with an
ID Tag.
6
NORM indicator (green)
Turns ON when the communications finish with no error.
7
ERROR indicator (red)
Turns ON when an error occurs during communication with the host device, or during
communication with an ID Tag.
8
CIDRW Head connection port
A CIDRW Head is connected here.
9
Setting DIP switches
Used to set the node number, the communications conditions, and the RS-485 terminal
resistance.
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V640-HS62
CIDRW HEAD
MADE IN JAPAN
No.
Name
Function
1
Antenna
Used to communicate with ID Tags.
2
Antenna center
This is the center of the communications area.
3
Connector
Connect to an Amplifier Unit.
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Link Unit V700-L11
No.
18
Name
Function
1
Multi-connection port
(RS-485)
2
RUN indicator (green)
Turns ON while the Link Unit is in normal operation.
3
ID indicator (green)
Not used
4
COMM indicator (green)
Turns ON during data communications with the host device.
5
ERR indicator (red)
Turns ON when an error occurs during data communications with the host device or
head.
6
Host device connection port
(RS-232C)
This is a port for connecting to the CIDRW Controller via an RS-232C interface. A dust
cover is fitted on shipment from the factory. Remove this cover before using the port.
7
ID connection port
Not used
8
24 V power supply terminals
(inside the cover)
Connect to the 24 VDC power supply.
9
Setting DIP switches
(inside the cover)
Used to set the equipment number, the communications conditions, and the RS-485 terminal resistance.
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This is the port that connects to the Amplifier Units when multiple CIDRW Heads are
connected to a CIDRW Controller. The GR (frame ground) terminal is also at this port.
SECTION 1
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Preparation for Communications
SECTION 1 Flowchart for Getting Started
Installation and Connections
Flowchart for Getting Started
Installation
Refer to page 22.
Connection and Wiring
Refer to page 27.
Set the Communications Conditions for the CIDRW Controller
Refer to page 44.
Set the Communications Conditions for Amplifier Units
Refer to page 57.
Set the Communications Conditions for Link Units
Trial Operation
Refer to page 59.
Test for Communications with the Host Device
Refer to page 61.
ID Tag <-> CIDRW System Communications Test
Refer to page 62.
Check the Surrounding Environment
Refer to page 24.
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When SECS is Used
Refer to page 66.
When SECS is Not Used
Refer to page 77.
When you Encounter a Problem...
When SECS is Used
Refer to page 88.
List of Error Messages
Refer to page 88.
Controller Indicators
Refer to page 89.
Operation Check Flowchart
When SECS is Not Used
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Refer to page 94.
List of Error Messages
Refer to page 94.
Amplifier Unit Indicators
Refer to page 95.
Operation Check Flowchart
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Installation
CIDRW Controller
There is a switch for selecting the operation mode (Normal Operation mode <-> Setting mode) on the bottom face of the
Installation SECTION 2
CIDRW Controller. Set the communications conditions in the Setting mode (switch position 3) before mounting the
CIDRW Controller.
Refer to page 44.
Set the Controller to the Normal Operation mode (switch position 0) when mounting it.
Mount the CIDRW Controller with the resin washers and four M4 screws provided as accessories.
Mounting dimensions
(Unit: mm)
4-M4
130±0.2
151±0.2
• Tighten the M4 screws with a torque not exceeding 1.2 N·m.
• Do not apply organic solvents used with screw locking agents at the locations where the screws are inserted.
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Amplifier Unit
Use spring washers and flat washers with the four M4 screws when mounting the Amplifier Unit.
SECTION 2 Installation
Mounting dimensions
(Unit: mm)
46±0.5
115±0.5
4-M4
V640-HAM12
RUN
COMM
NORM
CIDRW HEAD
AMPLIFIER UNIT
DIP SW
ERROR
MADE IN JAPAN
Tighten the M4 screws with a torque not exceeding 1.2 N·m.
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CIDRW Head
The communications area varies substantially with the installation orientation, background conditions
(such as metals and noise), and the type of ID Tag being used. Check the communications area before
finalizing the installation location.
Installation SECTION 2
Refer to the communications area diagrams in Characteristic Data depending on Conditions of Use.
Refer to page 105.
■ Positional Relationship between the CIDRW Head and the ID Tag
The communications area differs according to the positional relationship during communications.
Mounting
orientation
Communications area (purely illustrative)
Explanation
Coaxial
The maximum communications area is
obtained when the center lines of the CIDRW
Head and the ID Tag coincide.
Parallel
The maximum communications area is
obtained when the center point of the
antenna on the CIDRW Controller is aligned
with the center line of the ID Tag.
Vertical
When the center point of the antenna on the
CIDRW Head is aligned with the center line
of the ID Tag, the communications area is
substantially reduced.
■ Data Reading and Writing
The communications distances for reading and writing are not the same; the distance is shorter for
writing. Therefore, when data is to be both read and written, take the distance for writing as the reference distance when installing the CIDRW Head and the ID Tag.
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■ Influence of Background Metal on ID Tag
Metals in the vicinity of the communications area will affect the range, making it smaller.
Refer to page 111.
■ Influence of Noise
as switching power supplies, inverters, servomotors, or monitors in the surrounding area will adversely
affect communications, restricting the communications area.
The noise levels in the vicinity of the CIDRW Head can be determined with the environmental noise measurement command (applies only when SECS is not used)
. Refer to page 86.
For details on the relationship between noise and communications distance, see Appendix
. Refer to page 124.
SECTION 2 Installation
This CIDRW system uses a frequency of 134 kHz for communications with ID Tags. Equipment such
■ Mounting
Use spring washers and flat washers with the four M3 screws when mounting a CIDRW Head.
Mounting dimensions
(Unit: mm)
Antenna center
20±0.2
4-M3 OR φ3.5
V640-HS62
CIDRW HEAD
MADE IN JAPAN
9
21±0.2
Tighten the M3 screws with a torque not exceeding 0.6 N·m.
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Installation and Connections/Wiring
Link Unit
Installation SECTION 2
Mount Link Units with the two M4 screws and washers provided as accessories.
Mounting dimensions
(Unit: mm)
Two M4 or 4.2-dia. holes
• Tighten the M4 screws with a torque not exceeding 1.2 N·m.
• Do not apply organic solvents used with screw locking agents at the locations where the screws are inserted.
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Connections and Wiring
CIDRW Controller
■ Power Supply and Grounding Wires
SECTION 2 Connections and Wiring
Connect the wires to the 24 VDC power supply terminals and frame ground terminal.
Ground to 100 Ω or less.
24 VDC
• Crimp terminals
The terminal screws on the terminal block are M3 size. Use appropriate crimp terminals for M3 screws
as shown below.
Crimp terminals
Shape
Size
Forked
6 mm max.
Round
6 mm max.
• Power supply
Use a power supply unit that satisfies the following conditions.
Condition
Power supply voltage
24 VDC +10%, -15%
Output current
500 mA DC min.
Safety standard
UL Class 2
Recommended model
Manufacturer
OMRON
Model
S82K-01524
Be sure to replace the cover after wiring.
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SECTION 2
Installation and Connections/Wiring
■ SECS port
The method for wiring for communications with a host device via the SECS port is explained here.
Host
Connections and Wiring SECTION 2
CIDRW Controller
To the RS-232 port
To the SECS port
• Connector
The SECS port on the Controller is a D-SUB 9-pin connector. The pin arrangement is shown below.
SECS
RS-232C
1 2 3 45
MAINTENANNCE
ID
The connector rim has electrical continuity with the
GR (frame ground) in the 24 VDC power supply ter-
6 7 8 9
Pin No.
Signal name
Symbol
minals.
Signal direction
Remarks
1
—
NC
—
Not connected
2
Receive data
RD
Input
3
Send data
SD
Output
4
—
—
Output
5
Signal ground
SG
—
6
—
—
Input
Use in the open status.
7
Request send
RS
Input
Always ON during normal operation
8
—
NC
—
Not connected
9
—
NC
—
Not connected
Always OFF
Recommended model
Manufacturer
Cable
Connector
Socket
Hood
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Model
Hitachi Cable
CO-MA-VV-SB 5PX28AWG
OMRON
XM2D-0901
XM2S-0913
SECTION 2
Installation and Connections/Wiring
• Wiring
The cable length should be no greater than 15 m.
PC/AT Computer
D-SUB, 9-pin
Socket type #4-40
Name
Pin No.
Pin No.
Name
NC
1
1
NC
RD
2
2
RD
SD
3
3
SD
NC
4
4
NC
SG
5
5
SG
NC
6
6
NC
RS
7
7
RS
NC
8
8
CS
NC
9
9
NC
Ground shielded wires either at the CIDRW Controller side or at the PC/AT side.
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CIDRW Controller
V700-L22
D-SUB, 9-pin
Socket type #4-40
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Installation and Connections/Wiring
Amplifier Unit
■ Connector for connecting a CIDRW Head
1. Align the pin on the connector with the
Connections and Wiring SECTION 2
channel in the cable connector and insert
the cable connector.
Hold the fixed part of the connector while making
this insertion.
2. After inserting the connector fully home,
turn the fixed part clockwise to lock it.
■ Power Supply and Grounding Wires
Connect the power supply and grounding wires to the dedicated power supply connector.
24 V+
GR
24 V-
Connector
24 VDC
Ground to 100 Ω or less
• The grounding wire should be connected to a ground exclusive to the Amplifier Unit. If the grounding wire is shared
with another unit, or connected to a beam in a building, there may be adverse effects.
• Make the grounding point as close as possible and the length of the grounding wire used as short as possible.
• When using the Amplifier Unit in Europe, the connecting cable between the Amplifier Unit and the DC power supply
must be 3 m or less.
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• Dedicated power supply connector and RS-485 port connector
Prepare a V640-A90 (can be purchased as an accessory).
Contents of the V640-A90 set (accessory)
Name
When procured individually
Quantity
One
Pins for power supply connector
Three
Connector for RS-485 port
One
Manufacturer
Tyco Electronics
Model
1-178288-3
SECTION 2 Connections and Wiring
Power supply connector
175217-3
Phoenix Contact
MSTB2.5/2-STF-5.08
• Dedicated power supply cable
Use an AWG20 - 24 cable.
Use a dedicated tool for crimping the cable to the connector pins.
Recommended crimping tool
Manufacturer
Model
Tyco Electronics
919601-1
• Power supply unit
Use a power supply unit that satisfies the following conditions.
Condition
Power supply voltage
24 VDC +10%, -15%
Output current
600 mA DC min.
Safety standard
UL Class 2
Recommended product
Manufacturer
OMRON
Model
S82K-03024
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SECTION 2
Installation and Connections/Wiring
■ RS-232C Port
The method for connecting a CIDRW Controller or host device via the RS-232C port is explained here.
CIDRW Controller
Connections and Wiring SECTION 2
Amplifier Unit
To the RS-232C port
To ID port
Host
Amplifier Unit
To the RS-232C port
To the RS-232C port
• Connector
The RS-232C port of the Amplifier Unit is a D-SUB, 9-pin connector. The pin arrangement is shown
below.
1 2 3 45
6 7 8 9
Pin No.
32
Signal name
Symbol
The connector rim has electrical continuity with the GR (frame
ground) terminal in the dedicated power supply connector.
Signal direction
Remarks
1
—
NC
—
2
Receive data
RD
Input
3
Send data
SD
Output
4
—
NC
—
5
Signal ground
SG
—
6
—
NC
—
Not connected
7
Request send
RS
Output
Always ON during normal operation
8
Send enable
CS
Input
9
—
NC
—
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Not connected
Not connected
Not connected
SECTION 2
Installation and Connections/Wiring
Recommended model
Manufacturer
Cable
Model
Hitachi Cable
Connector
Host side
OMRON
XM2D-0901
Hood
XM2S-0913
Socket
XM2D-0901
Hood
XM2S-0913
SECTION 2 Connections and Wiring
Amplifier unit
side
Socket
CO-MA-VV-SB 5PX28AWG
• Wiring for connection to a V700-L22 CIDRW Controller
The cable length should be no greater than 15 m.
Amplifier unit
V640-HAM12
D-SUB, 9-pin
Socket type
#4-40
CIDRW Controller
V700-L22
D-SUB, 9-pin
Socket type
#4-40
Name
Pin No.
Pin No.
Name
NC
1
1
NC
RD
2
2
RD
SD
3
3
SD
NC
4
4
NC
SG
5
5
SG
NC
6
6
NC
RS
7
7
RS
CS
8
8
CS
NC
9
9
NC
Ground shielded wires either at the amplifier unit side or at the
CIDRW side.
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Installation and Connections/Wiring
• Wiring for connection to a PC/AT computer (9-pin connector specification)
The cable length should be no greater than 15 m.
Connections and Wiring SECTION 2
Amplifier unit
V640-HAM12
D-SUB, 9-pin
Socket type
#4-40
PC/AT Computer
D-SUB, 9-pin
Socket type
#4-40
Name
Pin No.
Pin No.
Name
NC
1
1
NC
RD
2
2
RD
SD
3
3
SD
NC
4
4
NC
SG
5
5
SG
NC
6
6
NC
RS
7
7
RS
CS
8
8
CS
NC
9
9
NC
Ground shielded wires either at the CIDRW Controller side or at the
PC/AT side.
If the CS function is to be used at the PC/AT computer side, a return wire is required.
Amplifier unit
V640-HAM12
D-SUB, 9-pin
Socket type
#4-40
PC/AT computer
D-SUB, 9-pin
Socket type
#4-40
Name
Pin No.
Pin No.
Name
NC
1
1
NC
RD
2
2
RD
SD
3
3
SD
NC
4
4
NC
SG
5
5
SG
NC
6
6
NC
RS
7
7
RS
CS
8
8
CS
NC
9
9
NC
Ground shielded wires either at the CIDRW Controller side or at the
PC/AT side.
RS signal control method at the host device
In a 1:N connection, the RS signals generated from the host device by normal control must be input as CS signals. Turn
the RS signals OFF within 15 ms after the completion of data transmission. Correct communications will not be possible
without this control.
ON only during data transmission from the host device
RS at host device
SD at host device
Within 15 ms
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Installation and Connections/Wiring
■ RS-485 Port
The method for connection to the RS-485 port of another Amplifier Unit when multiple CIDRW Heads
are used is explained here.
To the RS-485 port
Amplifier Unit
SECTION 2 Connections and Wiring
CIDRW Controller
To the RS-232C port
The maximum total length of RS-485 cable is 50 m.
• Connector
Prepare a V640-A90 (can be purchased as an accessory) as the connector for the RS-485 port on the
Amplifier Unit.
Refer to page 31.
The pin arrangement is shown below.
-
+
Name
Function
-
Connect to the minus line of another Amplifier Unit.
+
Connect to the plus line of another Amplifier Unit.
Connector
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SECTION 2
Installation and Connections/Wiring
• Cable information
Recommended model
Connections and Wiring SECTION 2
Manufacturer
Model
Cable
RS-485 signal wire
Tachii Electric Wire
MVVS 2CX0.5SQ
Crimp terminals
When one wire is connected
to each terminal.
Phoenix Contact
AI0.5-8WH
When two wires are connected to each terminal.
AI-TWIN2×0.5-8WH
Crimping tool
CRIMPFOX UD6
• Wiring method
1. Attach crimp terminals to stripped portions of the cables.
2. Insert the wires into the correct holes in the connector, bearing
the orientation of the connector in mind.
3. Tighten the set screws of the connector firmly to secure the
cables.
The appropriate tightening torque is around 0.5 N·m.
A standard, tapered screwdriver will not enter all the way into the
screw holes. Use a small gauge flat-blade screwdriver whose shaft
and tip have the same thickness.
Side view
Face view
driver with no taper
Recommended screwdriver
Manufacturer
OMRON
0.6 mm
Small flat-blade screw-
Model
XW4Z-00C
3.5 mm
4. Having fitted the connector to the cable, connect it
to an Amplifier Unit.
Orient the cable connector correctly in relation to the connector
on the Amplifier Unit, and fasten the cable connector by fully
tightening the retaining screws.
Set screws
Disconnecting the connector
Fully loosen the two screws, then grip the projections on the connector and pull it straight out. If it is difficult to pull the
connector out, press down on the Amplifier Unit while pulling on the connector.
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Installation and Connections/Wiring
Link Unit
■ Power Supply
Opening the cover on the top face of the Link Unit exposes the power supply terminals.
SECTION 2 Connections and Wiring
24 VDC
• Crimp terminals
The terminal screws on the terminal block are M3 size. Use appropriate crimp terminals for M3 screws
as shown below.
Crimp terminals
Shape
Size
Forked
6 mm max.
Round
6 mm max.
• Power supply
Use a power supply unit that satisfies the following conditions.
Condition
Power supply voltage
24 VDC +10%, -15%
Output current
500 mA DC min.
Safety standard
UL Class 2
Recommended model
Manufacturer
OMRON
Model
S82K-01524
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SECTION 2
Installation and Connections/Wiring
■ Host Connection Port
The method for connecting to a CIDRW Controller or host device via the RS-232C port is explained
here.
CIDRW Controller
Connections and Wiring SECTION 2
Link Unit
To host device port
To ID port
Host
Link Unit
To host device port
To the RS-232C port
• Connector
The host device connection port on the Link Unit is a D-SUB, 9-pin connector. The pin arrangement is
shown below.
The connector rim does not have electrical
continuity with the GR (frame ground) terminal in the multi-connection port.
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Pin No.
Signal name
Symbol
Signal direction
Remarks
1
—
NC
—
Not connected
2
Receive data
RD
Input
3
Send data
SD
Output
4
—
NC
—
5
Signal ground
SG
—
6
—
NC
—
Not connected
7
Request send
RS
Output
Always ON during normal operation
Not connected
Send enabled
CS
Input
9
—
NC
—
SECTION 2 Connections and Wiring
8
Not connected
Recommended model
Manufacturer
Cable
Hitachi Cable
Connector
Socket
OMRON
Hood
Model
CO-MA-VV-SB 5PX28AWG
XM2D-0901
XM2S-0913
• Wiring for connection to a CIDRW Controller
The cable length should be no greater than 15 m.
Link unit
V700-L11
D-SUB, 9-pin, female
Socket type #4-40
CIDRW Controller
V700-L22
D-SUB, 9-pin, female
Socket type #4-40
Name
Pin No.
Pin No.
Name
NC
1
1
NC
RD
2
2
RD
SD
3
3
SD
NC
4
4
NC
SG
5
5
SG
NC
6
6
NC
RS
7
7
RS
CS
8
8
CS
NC
9
9
NC
Ground shielded wires at the CIDRW Controller side.
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SECTION 2
Installation and Connections/Wiring
• Wiring for connection to a PC/AT computer
Link unit
V700-L11
D-SUB, 9-pin
Socket type #4-40
PC/AT Computer
D-SUB, 9-pin
Socket type #4-40
Pin No.
Pin No.
Name
NC
1
1
NC
RD
2
2
RD
SD
3
3
SD
NC
4
4
NC
SG
5
5
SG
NC
6
6
NC
RS
7
7
RS
CS
8
8
CS
NC
9
9
NC
Connections and Wiring SECTION 2
Name
Ground shielded wires at the PC/AT computer side.
If the CS function is to be used at the PC/AT computer side, a return wire is required.
Link unit
V700-L11
D-SUB, 9-pin
Socket type #4-40
PC/AT Computer
D-SUB, 9-pin
Socket type #4-40
Name
Pin No.
Pin No.
Name
NC
1
1
NC
RD
2
2
RD
SD
3
3
SD
NC
4
4
NC
SG
5
5
SG
NC
6
6
NC
RS
7
7
RS
CS
8
8
CS
NC
9
9
NC
Ground shielded wires at the PC/AT computer side.
RS signal control method at the host device
In a 1:N system using Link Units, the RS signals generated from the host device by normal control must be input as CS
signals. Turn the RS signals OFF within 15 ms after the completion of data transmission. Correct communications will
not be possible without this control.
ON only during data transmission from the host device
RS at host device
SD at host device
Within 15 ms
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■ Multi-connection port
The method for connecting to an Amplifier Unit is explained here.
Link Unit
To the RS-485 port
SECTION 2 Connections and Wiring
To multi-connection port
Amplifier Unit
• Connector
Pin No.
Name
Function
5
-
No wiring is required. (Short with terminal 2 within the circuit)
4
+
No wiring is required. (Short with terminal 1 within the circuit)
3
GR
Ground to 100 Ω or less.
2
-
Connect to the minus line of the Amplifier Unit.
1
+
Connect to the plus line of the Amplifier Unit.
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SECTION 2
Installation and Connections/Wiring
• Cable
Recommended Product
Manufacturer
Cable
Connections and Wiring SECTION 2
Crimp terminals
RS-485 signal wire
Tachii Electric Wire
Frame ground line
AWG22 - 20 cable
When one wire is connected to each terminal.
Phoenix Contact
When two wires are connected to each terminal.
Crimping tool
Model
MVVS 2CX0.5SQ
AI0.5-8WH
AI-TWIN2×0.5-8WH
CRIMPFOX UD6
• Wiring method
1. Attach crimp terminals to stripped portions of the cables.
2. Insert the wires into the correct holes in the connector, bearing
the orientation of the connector in mind.
3. Tighten the set screws of the connector firmly to secure the
cables.
The appropriate tightening torque is around 0.5 N·m.
A standard, tapered screwdriver will not enter all the way into the
screw holes. Use a small gauge flat-blade screwdriver whose shaft
and tip have the same thickness.
Side view
Face view
Recommended screwdriver
Manufacturer
OMRON
Model
XW4Z-00C
Small gauge flat-blade
screwdriver with no taper
0.6 mm
3.5 mm
4. Having fitted the connector to the cable, connect
it to the Link Unit.
Orient the cable connector correctly in relation to the connector on the Link Unit, and fasten the cable connector by fully
tightening the retaining screws.
Set screws
Disconnecting the connector
Fully loosen the two screws, then grip the projections on the connector and pull it straight out. If it is difficult to pull the
connector out, press down on the Link Unit while pulling on the connector.
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Preparing for Communications
Set the Communications Conditions for Amplifier Units
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Set the Communications Conditions for Link Units
59
Communications Test
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SECTION 3
Preparing for Communications
Set the Communications Conditions for the CIDRW
Controller
Set the Communications Conditions for the CIDRW Controller SECTION 3
Set the communications conditions of the CIDRW Controller only when SECS is used.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Switch to the
Setting mode
Start the
terminal
software
Set the
parameters for the
communications
conditions.
Change the
Carrier ID
Change the
data segment
area
Change the
response
time-out time
7
8
Set Software
Revisions
Return to the
Normal
Operation
mode
Switch to the Setting mode
The CIDRW Controller has two operating modes, the Normal Operation mode and the Setting mode.
Switch to the Setting mode to set the communications conditions.
There are two methods for switching the mode. Use the one that is appropriate for the circumstances.
■ Changing the Position of the Mode Switch on the Bottom of the Unit
This is the convenient method for setting before mounting the unit.
1. Turn OFF the power to the CIDRW Controller.
2. Set the mode switch on the bottom of the unit to
3.
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3. When all of the devices to be used are connected, turn the power ON.
The system starts up in the Setting mode, and the indicators react as shown below.
OPERATING
ALARMS
BUSY
ERROR
■ Sending a Switching Command from the Host Device
This method is convenient when the unit has already been mounted and the switch on the bottom cannot be repositioned to 3.
the Setting mode.
1. Send a subsystem command (S18F13 ChangeState CPVAL1 = "PS") from the host device.
Refer to page page 73.
CPVAL1="PS" is an expansion designation unique to V700-L22 and does not conform to SEMI standards.
The system is automatically restarted and the mode switches to the Setting mode.
The operation indicators react as shown below.
OPERATING
ALARMS
BUSY
ERROR
Start the terminal software
Use the host device's terminal software for the setting.
SECTION 3 Set the Communications Conditions for the CIDRW Controller
During operation in the Normal Operation mode, a command is sent from the host device to switch to
The commands and communications conditions in the setting mode are unique to OMRON. They do not conform to the
SEMI standards. For the terminal software, use Hyper Terminal, which is standard with Windows, or a similar program.
The communications conditions for communication between the host device and CIDRW Controller
are fixed. Make the following settings using the terminal software.
Item
Setting
Baud rate
9600 bps
Data length
8 bits
Parity
EVEN
Stop bits
1
Communications control None
Send code
At the end of a line (when [ENTER] is input), the line feed characters ([LF]) are appended.
Display
Local echo
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Preparing for Communications
Set the parameters for the communications conditions
Specify the parameters whose settings are to be changed from the terminal software of the host
device. The commands, and the parameters that can be set are indicated below.
List of Commands
Designation
Set the Communications Conditions for the CIDRW Controller SECTION 3
Parameter designation
Command Input
Explanation
(Tag name) = (Set value) <CRLF> Specify the parameter value corresponding to the tag name.
Parameter confirmation ::END
Checks the parameter designations that have been received so
far and, if there is no error, confirms the settings.
Comment
This is ignored as the comment line.
# (Comment) <CRLF>
or
CRLF
Tag Name List
Classification
Protocol
SECS
Parameter
Tag name
Baud Rate
S_BAUD
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600,
115200 bps
9600 bps
Device ID
S_DEVID
0 to 32767
0
Time-out between characters
S_T1
0.1 to 10 s
0.5 s
Protocol time-out
S_T2
0.2 to 25 s
10 s
Response time-out
S_T3
1 to 120 s
45 s
Time-out between blocks
S_T4
1 to 120 s
45 s
Retry limit
S_RTY
0 to 31
3
Master/slave
S_MS
M: Master
S: Slave
M
1: The header of the block currently being
received is compared with the correct block
received immediately before, and double
blocks are detected.
0: Double block detection is not performed.
0
Double block detection yes/no S_DB
Operation
Default
setting
Setting range
Source ID
S_SRC
0 to 32767
0
Single block No.
S_BNO
0, 1
1
Baud rate for communications
with Amplifier Unit/Link Unit
C_BAUD
9600, 19200, 38400 bps
Use a consistent baud rate setting within the
same system configuration.
9600 bps
Number of heads count processing
C_HEAD
0 to 31
0
0:
The number of heads is automatically
detected at the start. Any increase or
decrease in the number of heads is automatically detected.
1 to 31: The number of heads is specified. The
number of heads detected is compared
with this specified number of heads. If the
number of heads changes, for example
because a head fails, an error (with
alarm) is detected.
If a head is not connected or an error is
detected with a connected head, so that
the number of heads does not match the
specified number, an error (with alarm) is
detected.
The setting mode commands do not conform to SEMI standards.
For the terminal software, use Hyper Terminal, which is standard with Windows, or a similar program.
The RI-TRP-WR2B has a memory capacity of 8 bytes. Set the clear ID offset and the number of carrier ID bytes so that
the memory capacity is not exceeded.
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1. Specify the parameters to be changed.
When the first parameter is specified, the ALARMS indicator flashes.
S_BAUD=19200
S_DEVID=1
S_BNO=0
_
2. Confirm the parameter change.
The input parameter is checked and written.
::END
_
The ALARMS indicator lights.
When writing is completed without error
SETUP_COMPLETE
_
If writing is completed with an error, the parameters are not updated.
The figure in square brackets [ ] indicates the line number where the
When writing is completed with an error
error was first detected. If a parity error is detected in the received char-
SETUP_FAILED [2]_
acters, this figure is [0].
Check the sent data based on this information.
A text file is created based on the data that is keyed in, as shown below, and this data can be conveniently transmitted
using the terminal's text file send function.
Example: PRM.TXT
#Parameter Setting File for SystemA
#Protocol
S_BAUD=19200
S_DEVID=1
#SECS
S_BNO=0
::END
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■ Check for Correct Setting
The currently set data can be output so that you can check if it is correct.
1. Send
the parameter output command "::GET_PARAM"
from the host device.
::GET_PARAM
Set the Communications Conditions for the CIDRW Controller SECTION 3
The current communication parameter settings are displayed.
S_BAUD=19200
S_DEVID=1
S_T1=0.5
S_T2=10.0
S_T3=45
S_T4=3
S_RTY=3
S_MS=M
S_SRC=0
S_BNO=0
C_BAUD=9600
C_HEAD=0
::END
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Change the Carrier ID
To read the carrier ID, the CID has to be specified within the area where the carrier ID can be set
(CarrierIDField) within the ID tag's memory. This section explains the procedure for setting the carrier
ID offset (attribute name: CarrierIDOffset) and the carrier ID size (bytes) (attribute name:
CarrierIDLength) in the memory map of the ID tag.
The commands, and the parameters that can be set, are indicated below.
List of Commands
Designation
Parameter designation
Command input
Explanation
(Tag name) = (Set value) <CRLF> Specify the parameter value corresponding to the tag name.
Parameter confirmation ::END
Checks the parameter designations that have been received so
far and, if there is no error, confirms the settings.
Comment
This is ignored as the comment line.
# (Comment) <CRLF>
or
CRLF
Tag Name List
Parameter
Tag name
Setting range
Default setting
Carrier ID offset
CIDOF
0 -15
0
Carrier ID size (bytes)
CIDLN
01 - 16
16
• Settings that exceed the carrier ID area (*) cannot be made. If such a setting is made, an error
occurs.
*: (CIDOF+CIDLN) ≤ T_CIDLEN
• The Carrier ID offset and carrier ID size (bytes) can only be changed in the L22 mode. They
cannot be changed in the L21 mode. When you change from the L22 mode to the L21 mode,
the carrier ID offset and carrier ID size (bytes) are returned to their initial settings.
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1. Specify the parameters to be changed.
When the first parameter is specified, the ALARMS indicator flashes.
CIDOF=0
CIDLN=16
2. Confirm the parameter change.
The input parameter is checked and written.
::END
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■ Check for Correct Setting
The currently set data can be output so that you can check if it is correct.
1. Send the parameter
output command "::GET_E99SYS"
::GET_E99SYS
from the host device.
The carrier ID settings are displayed.
RT=10.0
CT=0.1
RTY=3
DINST=
MENT=
MODEL=L22
HREV=001.04
CIDOF=00
CIDLN=16
::END
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Do not change operation parameters other than RT, CIDOF, and CIDLN.
This can cause the system to stop operating correctly.
Change the data segment area
The data segment area (memory map) must be changed to communicate with ID Tags (RI-TRP-DR2B/
RI-TRP-WR2B, made by Texas Instruments). The procedure for changing the data segment area is
explained here.
Data Segment Area
Refer to page 125.
The commands, and the parameters that can be set, are indicated below.
List of Commands
Designation
Parameter designation
Command input
Explanation
(Tag name) = (Set value) <CRLF> Specify the parameter value corresponding to the tag name.
Parameter confirmation ::END
Checks the parameter designations that have been received so
far and, if there is no error, confirms the settings.
Comment
This is ignored as the comment line.
# (Comment) <CRLF>
or
CRLF
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Tag Name List
Parameter
Tag name
Setting range
Default setting
Number of bytes in the carrier ID
T_CIDLEN 8, 16
The setting must maintain the following relationship
(CIDOF + CIDLN) ≤ T_CIDLEN
16
Segment name
T_SEGN
"S01" to "S99"
"S01" to "S28"
Number of bytes in a segment
T_SEGL
8 (fixed)
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1. The form of the input from the host device is shown in the
figure to the right.
When the first parameter is specified, the ALARMS indicator flashes.
T_CIDLEN=16
T_SEGN=S01
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S02
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S03
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S04
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S05
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S06
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S07
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S08
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S09
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S10
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S11
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S12
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S13
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S14
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S15
T_SEGL=8
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2. Confirm the parameter change.
The input parameter is checked and written.
When writing is completed, a message indicating the result is displayed.
The ALARMS indicator lights.
::END
_
When writing is completed without error
SETUP_COMPLETE
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If writing is completed with an error, the parameters are not updated.
The figure in square brackets [ ] indicates the line number where the
When writing is completed with an error
error was first detected. If a parity error is detected in the received characters, this figure is [0].
Check the sent data based on this information.
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■ Check for Correct Setting
The currently set data can be output so that you can check if it is correct.
1. Send the parameter output command "::GET_SEG" from
the host device.
::GET_SEG
SECTION 3 Set the Communications Conditions for the CIDRW Controller
The data segment area is displayed.
T_CIDLEN=16
T_SEGN=S01
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S02
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S03
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S04
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S05
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S06
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S07
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S08
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S09
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S10
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S11
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S12
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S13
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S14
T_SEGL=8
T_SEGN=S15
T_SEGL=8
::END
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Change the response time-out time
In the initial settings of the CIDRW Controller, when ID Tag (RI-TRP-DR2B, made by Texas Instruments) data is read or written, a response time-out may occur. Be sure to set the response time-out
time to 10 s.
The commands, and the parameters that can be set are indicated below.
List of Commands
Designation
Set the Communications Conditions for the CIDRW Controller SECTION 3
Parameter designation
Command input
Explanation
(Tag name) = (Set value) <CRLF> Specify the parameter value corresponding to the tag name.
Parameter confirmation ::END
Checks the parameter designations that have been received so
far and, if there is no error, confirms the settings.
Comment
This is ignored as the comment line.
# (Comment) <CRLF>
or
CRLF
Tag Name List
Parameter
Response time-out time
Tag name
RT
Setting range
10.0 (fixed)
Default setting
2.5
1. Set the response time-out time to 10.0.
RT=10.0
_
2. Confirm the parameter change.
The input parameter is checked and written.
When writing is completed, a message indicating the result is displayed.
The ALARMS indicator lights.
::END
_
When writing is completed without error
SETUP_COMPLETE
_
If writing is completed with an error, the parameters are not updated.
The figure in square brackets [ ] indicates the line number where the
When writing is completed with an error
error was first detected. If a parity error is detected in the received characters, this figure is [0].
SETUP_FAILED [2]_
Check the sent data based on this information.
When using the RI-TRP-WR2B, set T_CIDLEN to 8 and do not set a segment.
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■ Check for Correct Setting
The currently set data can be output so that you can check if it is correct.
1. Send the parameter
output command "::GET_E99SYS"
from the host device.
::GET_E99SYS
The current operation parameter settings are displayed.
Do not change operation parameters other than RT, CIDOF, and CIDLN.
This can cause the system to stop operating correctly.
Set Software Revisions
The operations of the V700-L22 can be changed to match those of the previous model, the V700-L21.
The commands, and the parameters that can be set are indicated below.
List of Commands
Designation
Parameter designation
Command input
Explanation
(Tag name) = (Set value) <CRLF> Specify the parameter value corresponding to the tag name.
Parameter confirmation ::END
Checks the parameter designations that have been received so
far and, if there is no error, confirms the settings.
Comment
This is ignored as the comment line.
# (Comment) <CRLF>
or
CRLF
SECTION 3 Set the Communications Conditions for the CIDRW Controller
RT=10.0
CT=0.1
RTY=3
DINST=
MENT=
MODEL=L22
HREV=001.04
CIDOF=00
CIDLN=16
::END
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Tag Name List
Parameter
Software revision
Tag name
RVER
Setting range
2.00: in V700-L22 mode
1.10: in V700-L21 mode
1. Specify the parameters to be changed.
When the first parameter is specified, the ALARMS indicator flashes.
Default setting
2.00
RVER=1.10
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2. Confirm the parameter change.
The input parameter is checked and written.
::END
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■ Check for Correct Setting
The currently set data can be output so that you can check if it is correct.
1. Send the parameter output command "::GET_VER" from
::GET_VER
The software revision settings are displayed.
RVER=1.10
::END
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Return to the Normal Operation mode
■ When the Mode is Selected with the Mode Switch on the Bottom of the Unit
1. Turn OFF the power to the CIDRW Controller.
2. Set the mode switch on the bottom of the unit to
the 0.
0
1
23
7
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the host device.
3. When all of the devices to be used are connected, turn the power ON.
Start up in the Normal Operation mode.
Even if you restart with the mode switch left at the 3 position, or send a reset command "::EXIT," the Controller will start
in the Setting mode. To switch to Normal Operation mode, you must set the mode switch to 0.
■ When the Mode is Selected by a Command Sent from the Host Device
1. Either send the reset command "::EXIT" from the host
device or turn the power to the CIDRW Controller OFF
and then back ON.
Start up in the Normal Operation mode.
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Reference:
List of Commands
Designation
Command input
Parameter designation
Explanation
(Tag name) = (Set value) <CRLF> Specify the parameter value corresponding to the tag name.
Parameter confirmation ::END
Checks the parameter designations that have been received so
far and, if there is no error, confirms the settings.
Comment
This is ignored as the comment line.
# (Comment) <CRLF> or CRLF
Parameter output
Outputs the set parameters (protocol, SECS, operation).
Outputs the set parameters (ID Tag memory map).
::GET_E99SYS
Outputs the set parameters (operations).
::GET_VER
Outputs the set parameters (software revision).
:EXIT
Restarts the CIDRW Controller.
Tag Name List
Classification
Protocol
SECS
Operation
ID Tag
Parameter
Tag name
Setting range
Default setting
Baud Rate
S_BAUD
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600,
115200 bps
9600 bps
Device ID
S_DEVID
0 to 32767
0
Time-out between
characters
S_T1
0.1 to 10 s
0.5 s
Protocol time-out
S_T2
0.2 to 25 s
10 s
Response time-out
S_T3
1 to 120 s
45 s
Time-out between
blocks
S_T4
1 to 120 s
45 s
Retry limit
S_RTY
0 to 31
3
Master/slave
S_MS
M: Master
S: Slave
M
Double block detection yes/no
S_DB
1: The header of the block currently being received
is compared with the correct block received
immediately before, and double blocks are
detected.
0: Double block detection is not performed.
0
Source ID
S_SRC
0 to 32767
0
Single block No.
S_BNO
0, 1
1
Baud rate for communications with
Amplifier Unit/Link
Unit
C_BAUD
9600, 19200, 38400 bps
Use a consistent baud rate setting within the same
system configuration.
9600 bps
Number of heads
count processing
C_HEAD
0 to 31
0:
The number of heads is automatically
detected at the start. Any increase or
decrease in the number of heads is automatically detected.
1 to 31: The number of heads is specified. The
number of heads detected is compared
with this specified number of heads. If the
number of heads changes, for example
because a head fails, an error (with alarm)
is detected.
If a head is not connected or an error is
detected with a connected head, so that
the number of heads does not match the
specified number, an error (with alarm) is
detected.
0
Number of bytes in
the carrier ID
T_CIDLEN 16 (fixed)
16
Segment name
T_SEGN
"S01" - "S99"
"S01" - "S28"
8 (fixed)
8
Number of bytes in a T_SEGL
segment
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::GET_PARAM
::GET_SEG
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Classification
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Parameter
Tag name
Setting range
Default setting
Response timeout
time
RT
10.0 s (fixed)
2.5 s
Carrier ID offset
CIDOF
00 - 15
00
Carrier ID length
CIDLEN
01 - 16
16
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Set the Communications Conditions for Amplifier Units
Set the communications conditions using the DIP switches on the side face of the Amplifier Unit.
After changing the DIP switch settings, restart the system. The new settings will not become effective until the
system is restarted.
RS-485 terminator
Always OFF
(Not used in this CIDRW system)
Node No.
DIP-SW
Node No.
01
1
2
3
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
OFF
02
ON
OFF
OFF
03
OFF
ON
OFF
04
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
05
OFF
OFF
ON
06
ON
OFF
ON
07
OFF
ON
ON
08
ON
ON
09
OFF
OFF
10
ON
OFF
OFF
11
OFF
ON
OFF
12
ON
ON
OFF
ON
13
OFF
OFF
ON
14
ON
OFF
ON
15
OFF
ON
ON
16
ON
ON
ON
DIP-SW
Node No.
5
1
2
3
4
5
OFF
17
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
18
ON
OFF
OFF
19
OFF
OFF
20
ON
OFF
OFF
21
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
22
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
23
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
24
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
25
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
26
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
27
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
28
ON
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
29
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
30
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
31
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
1:1 protocol
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
SECTION 3 Set the Communications Conditions for Amplifier Units
Node No. Baud rate
Always set node numbers that are unique within the system configuration. When SECS is used, the node number set here is
"HeadID(E99)."
Baud rate
DIP-SW
Option
6
7
38400 bps
ON
ON
19200 bps
OFF
ON
9600 bps (default setting)
OFF
OFF
4800 bps
ON
OFF
Description
Use a consistent baud rate setting within the same system configuration.
RS-485 terminator
Option
DIP-SW
10
Invalid
OFF
Valid
ON
Description
Set ON at both of the end units in a multidrop system, and OFF at all the other units. If there is only one
unit, set ON.
If there is a possibility that one of multiple Amplifier Units in use may be used independently, turn the terminators of all the Amplifier Units OFF and fit external terminators close to the units at both ends.
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Communications conditions
Item
Specifications
Standard conformed to
RS-232C
Communications control protocol
OMRON’s exclusive 1:N or 1:1 protocol
Synchronization method
Start-stop synchronization
Baud rate
Set using a DIP switch
Frame composition
1:N protocol
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Start bit
Data bits
Parity bit
Stop bit
Total
1
8
None
1
10
1
8
Even
1
11
1:N protocol
FCS (frame check sequence)
1:1 protocol
Vertical parity
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Set the Communications Conditions for Link Units
Set the communications conditions by setting the DIP switches.
Node No.
Baud rate
Always OFF
(Not used in this CIDRW system)
Node No. (fixed)
DIP-SW
1
2
3
4
5
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
The node numbers for Link Units are fixed. Check that DIP switches 1to 5 are all ON.
SECTION 3 Set the Communications Conditions for Link Units
RS-485 terminator
Baud rate
DIP-SW
Option
6
7
38400 bps
ON
ON
19200 bps
OFF
ON
9600 bps (default setting)
OFF
OFF
4800 bps
ON
OFF
Description
Use a consistent baud rate setting within the same system configuration.
RS-485 terminator
Option
DIP-SW
Description
10
Invalid
OFF
Valid
ON
Set ON.
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Communications conditions
Item
Standard conformed to
RS-232C
Communications control protocol
1:N protocol exclusive to OMRON
Synchronization
method
Start-stop synchronization
Baud rate
Set using a DIP switch
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Start bit
Data bits
Parity bit
Stop bit
Total
1
8
None
1
10
FCS (frame check sequence)
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Communications Test
Test for Communications with the Host Device
Check if the host device, CIDRW Controller, and Amplifier Units are correctly connected.
■ When SECS is Used
Amplifier Unit
CIDRW Controller
SECTION 3 Communications Test
Host
• Connection between host device and CIDRW Controller
Send Are You There Request message "S1, F1" from the host device.
If it is correctly connected, On Line Data "S1, F2" will be sent from the CIDRW Controller.
• Connection between the CIDRW Controller and Amplifier Unit
The connection between the CIDRW Controller and Amplifier Unit is checked automatically. If they are
connected correctly, the operation indicators on the CIDRW Controller light in the manner shown
below.
POWER
OPERATING
ALARMS
BUSY
ERROR
■ When SECS is Not Used
Host
Amplifier Unit
Node No.1 is tested with the data 12345678.
Command
SOH
Node No.
01h
0
1
Test data
Command code
1
Data 1
0
1
Data 2
2
3
Data 3
4
5
FCS
Data 4
6
7
8
0
CR
8
0Dh
Response
SOH
Node No.
Response
code
01h
0
0
1
0
Test data
Data 1
1
Data 2
2
3
Data 3
4
5
FCS
Data 4
6
7
8
0
CR
9
0Dh
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ID Tag ↔ CIDRW System Communications Test
Send a command from the host device and check that normal communication with the ID Tag is possible.
■ When SECS is Used
• Read ID
The host device sends a Read ID Request message to the CIDRW Controller for Head 1. The CIDRW
Communications Test SECTION 3
Head 1 reads the ID, and the CIDRW Controller returns the ID to the host device.
CIDRW Controller
Host
S18, F9 Read ID Request
Target ID="00"
S18, F10 Read ID Data
MID="XYZ00001"
• Read Data
The host device sends a Read Data Request message to the CIDRW Controller for Head 1, DataSeg
S01 and Datalength 8. The CIDRW Head 1 reads the data, and the CIDRW Controller returns the data
to the host device.
CIDRW Controller
Host
S18, F5 Read Request
Target ID="01"
Dataseg="S01"
Datalength="8"
S18,F6 Read Data
Data="yyyyyyyy"
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• Write ID
(1) The CIDRW Controller is in IDLE. The host device requests the CIDRW Controller change its operational status to MAINTENANCE.
(2) The CIDRW Controller changes to MAINTENANCE and replies that it has changed state.
(3) The host device sends a Write ID Request message to the CIDRW Controller for Head 1. The
CIDRW Head 1 writes ID, and the CIDRW Controller returns the ID to the host devices.
CIDRW Controller
Host
SECTION 3 Communications Test
S18, F13 SubSystem Command Request
Target ID="00"
CPVAL="MT"
S18, F14 SubSystem Command Acknowledge
SSACK="NO"
S18, F11 Write ID
Target ID="01"
MID="ABC"
S18, F12 Write ID Data
SSACK="NO"
• Write Data
The host device sends a Write Data Request message to the CIDRW Controller for Head 1 and DataSeg S02. The CIDRW Head 1 writes the data, and the CIDRW Controller returns the results to the host
device.
CIDRW Controller
Host
S18, F7 Write ID Request
Target ID="01"
Dataseg="S02"
Data="xxxxxx"
S18, F8 Write Data Acknowledge
SSACK="NO"
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■ When SECS is Not Used (1:N Protocol)
• Read
Reading the page 1 and page 3 data of node No.1:
Data content of the ID Tag
Page 1
12h
34h
56h
78h
90h
12h
34h
56h
11h
22h
33h
44h
55h
66h
77h
88h
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Command
SOH
Node No.
01h
0
Command code
1
0
1
0
Page designation
0
0
0
0
0
0
FCS
0
1
4
0
CR
5
0Dh
Binary notation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
Response
SOH Node No.
01h
0
1
Response
code
0
0
Page 1
Page 3
FCS CR
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 0 7 0Dh
• Write
Writing data to page 8 and page 10 of node No.1:
Command
SOH
Node Command
Page designation
No.
code
01h
0
Data of page 8
Data of page 10
1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A BCDE F 7
Binary notation
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Response
SOH
Node No.
Response
code
01h
0
0
1
FCS
0
0
CR
1
0Dh
The ID Tag status on normal completion is as shown below:
Page 8
11h
22h
33h
44h
55h
66h
77h
88h
01h
23h
45h
67h
89h
ABh
CDh
EFh
Page 9
Page 10
64
FCS
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CR
0Dh
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When SECS is Not Used
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When SECS is Used
The SEMI standards are subject to revision. You must refer to the actual standards.
• SEMI E99 THE CARRIER ID READER/WRITER FUNCTIONAL STANDARD
• SEMI E5 EQUIPMENT COMMUNICATION STANDARD 2 MESSAGE CONTENT (SECS II)
• SEMI E4 EQUIPMENT COMMUNICATION STANDARD 1 MESSAGE TRANSFER (SECS I)
SECS Protocol Specifications
Refer to page 127.
Message Specifications
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List of Messages Used
Classification
General purpose
messages
CIDRW system
messages
S
F
1
1
Direction
SECS II names
S,H→E,reply
Are You There Request
See
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1
2
S,H←E
On Line Data
p.68
18
1
S,H→E,reply
Read Attribute Request
p.68
18
2
S,H←E
Read Attribute Data
p.68
18
3
S,H→E,reply
Write Attribute Request
p.69
18
4
S,H←E
Write Attribute Acknowledge
p.69
18
5
S,H→E,reply
Read Request
p.70
18
6
S,H←E
Read Data
p.70
18
7
S,H→E,reply
Write Request
p.71
18
8
S,H←E
Write Acknowledge
p.71
18
9
S,H→E,reply
Read ID Request
p.72
18
10
S,H←E
Read ID Data
p.72
18
11
S,H→E,reply
Write ID Request
p.72
18
12
S,H←E
Write ID Acknowledge
p.72
18
13
S,H→E,reply
Subsystem Command Request
p.73
18
14
S,H←E
Subsystem Command Acknowledge
p.73
List of Error Messages
Refer to page 88.
Data Item Dictionary
SECS II data items
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Name
Format
Value
ATTRID
Attribute ID
20
Attribute name
ATTRVAL
Attribute value
20
Attribute value
MID
Carrier ID
MID
2016 - 7E16 (Visible ASCII)
DATA
Data
20
All characters 00H-0FFH
DATALENGTH
DataSize
52
Offset designation: 1 - 224
Segment designation:
Refer to Data Segment Area page 125.
DATASEG
DataSeg
20
Offset designation: "00", "01"..."0222", "0223"
Segment designation:
Refer to Data Segment Area page 125.
STATUS
PM information
20
"NE": Normally executed
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Data Item Dictionary
SECS II data items
Name
Format
Value
Result status
20
"NO":
"EE":
"CE":
"HE":
"TE":
Normal
Execution error *3
Communications error
Hardware error *3
Tag error *3
List of STATUS
Status
L,4
1.<PMInformation>
2.<AlarmStatus>
3.<OperationalStatus>
4.<HeadStatus> *2
The STATUS values are included in the PM information.
CPVAL
State request
20
"OP", "MT", "PS" *1
TARGETID
Target ID
20
"00"-"31"
"00" indicates the CIDRW Controller itself.
SSCMD
Subsystem commands
20
"ChangeState"
"GetStatus"
"PerformDiagnostics"
"Reset"
*1: "PS" is an expansion command for this unit.
*2: When the TARGET ID is "00" (CIDRW), this is a zero length item.
*3: "EE," "HE," and "TE" are used only with S18F6, S18F8, S18F10, and S18F12.
S9F7 responses
An S9F7 response is given when a message in an illegal format is received from the host device.
"Illegal format" here means that there is a problem with the message composition, such as illegal attributes, or insufficient or too many items. If other problems relating to the item contents arise, the response is SSACK = "CE" (communi-
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SSACK
cations error).
Communications with the Host Device
Communicate with the host device only after confirming that the CIDRW Controller has started. Also, unstable signals
may occur at the host interface when the CIDRW Controller is started. When initializing operation, clear the reception
buffer at the host device or take other suitable methods to clear unwanted signals.
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■ Specifications for Each Stream/Function
• Online check
S1,F1
Are You There Request
S,H→E,reply
Header only
S1,F2
On Line Data
S,H←E
L,2
1.<MDLN>
2.<SOFTREV>
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• Set MDLN (model number).
• Set SOFTREV (software revision level).
• Get attributes
S18,F1
Read Attribute Request
S,H→E,reply
1.<TARGETID>
"00"-"31"
L,2
2.L,n
1.<ATTRID1>
⋅
n.<ATTRIDn>
• The setting for reading all attributes (CIDRW Controller or heads) is n = 0.
S18,F2
Read Attribute Data
S,H←E
1.<TARGETID>
"00"-"31"
L,4
2.<SSACK>
3.L,n
1.<ATTRVAL1>
⋅
n.<ATTRVALn>
4.L,s
1.<STATUS1>
⋅
s.<STATUSs>
• The order of the attribute data corresponds to the attribute ID specified by S18, F1.
When reading of all attributes is specified, unsupported attribute items (ATTRVAL) are omitted.
• When the specified target is invalid:
n = 0, s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• When one or more undefined attributes are included:
n = 0, s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• When head attributes are specified with TARGET = "00" or CIDRW Controller attributes are specified with TARGET <> "00":
n = 0, s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• If the status of SSACK is other than "NO" (normal), the List of Status will comprise zero items.
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• Set attributes
F18,F3
Write Attribute Request
S,H→E,reply
1.<TARGETID>
"00" (fixed)
L,2
2.L,n
1.L,2
1.<ATTRID1>
2.<ATTRVAL1>
n.L,2
1.<ATTRIDn>
2,<ATTRVALn>
Since the attributes for heads are all RO in this system, the target ID is fixed as "00".
Write Attribute Acknowledge
S,H←E
1.<TARGETID>
"00" (fixed)
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S18,F4
L,3
2.<SSACK>
3.L,s
1.<STATUS1>
⋅
s.<STATUSs>
• When the specified target is invalid:
s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• When one or more undefined attributes or RO attributes are included:
s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• When illegal attribute data is specified:
s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• If the status of SSACK is other than "NO" (normal), the List of Status will comprise zero items.
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• Read data
S18,F5
Read Request
S,H→E,reply
1.<TARGETID>
"01"-"31"
L,3
2.<DATASEG>
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3.<DATALENGTH>
• When DATASEG is specified as "0" and a character string, the size of data determined by the DATALENGTH setting is read,
starting from the address indicated by the DATASEG setting. If DATALENGTH = 0, data is read up to the end of the data
area.
• If DATASEG is specified as a character string, a size of data determined by DATALENGTH, starting from the address specified by DATASEG, is read (segment specification).
• When the data of all segments is batch read, both DATASEG and DATALENGTH are omitted (they are zero length items).
• When all the data for a particular segment is read, DATALENGTH is omitted (it is a zero length item).
• In a segment specification, it is not possible to specify a DATALENGTH that exceeds the maximum length of the relevant
DATASEG.
• In a segment specification, if a DATALENGTH that is under the set length for DATASEG is specified, only the data corresponding to specified DATALENGTH is read.
Refer to page 125.
Data Segment Area
S18,F6
Read Data
S,H→E,reply
1.<TARGETID>
"01"-"31"
L,4
2.<SSACK>
3.<DATA>
4.L,s
1.<STATUS1>
⋅
s.<STATUSs>
• When the specified target is invalid:
DATA item length = 0, s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• In an address specification, if:
(SEGMENT + DATALENGTH) ≤ total value for all segments then SSACK = "NO"
• In an address specification, if:
(SEGMENT + DATALENGTH) > total value for all segments then DATA item length = 0, s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• In a segment specification, if an undefined DATASEG is specified, or if the DATALENGTH is illegal:
DATA item length = 0, s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• When reading of all segment data is specified in a system where the data segment is not defined:
DATA length = 0, SSACK = "NO"
• If the status of SSACK is other than "NO" (normal), the List of Status will comprise zero items.
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• Write data
S18,F7
Write Request
S,H→E,reply
1.<TARGETID>
"01"-"31"
L,4
2.<DATASEG>
3.<DATALENGTH>
4.<DATA>
Data Segment Area
S18,F8
Refer to page 125.
Write Acknowledge
S,H←E
1.<TARGETID>
"01"-"31"
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• If DATASEG is specified as "0" and a character string, a size of data corresponding to the DATALENGTH setting and starting
from the address within the data area indicated by the DATASEG setting is written (address specification). If DATALENGTH
= 0, data is written up to the end of the data area.
• If DATASEG is specified as a character string, a size of data determined by DATALENGTH, starting from the address specified by DATASEG, is written (segment specification).
• When the data for all segments is batch written, both DATASEG and DATALENGTH are omitted (they are zero length items).
• When all the data for a particular segment is written, DATALENGTH is omitted (it is a zero length item).
• In a segment specification, it is not possible to specify a DATALENGTH that exceeds the maximum length of the relevant
DATASEG.
• In a segment specification, if a DATALENGTH that is under the set length for DATASEG is specified, only the data corresponding to the specified DATALENGTH is written, compressed into the smaller addresses.
• The item lengths of DATASEG and DATA must be matched.
• If DATASEG and DATALENGTH are both omitted (made zero length items), the length of DATA must match the total of the
set lengths of all segments.
2.<SSACK>
3.L,s
1.<STATUS1>
⋅
s.<STATUSs>
• When the specified target is invalid:
s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• In an address specification, if:
(SEGMENT + DATALENGTH) ≤ total value for all segments then SSACK = "NO"
• In an address specification, if:
(SEGMENT + DATALENGTH) > total value for all segments then DATA item length = 0, s = 0, SSACK = "CE" (communications error)
• In a segment specification, if DATASEG and DATALENGTH are illegal:
s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• If the status of SSACK is other than "NO" (normal), the List of Status will comprise zero items.
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• Read ID
S18,F9
Read ID Request
S,H→E,reply
1.<TARGETID>
"01"-"31"
Data Segment Area
S18,F10
Refer to page 125.
Read ID Data
S,H←E
1.<TARGETID>
"01"-"31"
L,4
2.<SSACK>
3.<MID>
4.L,s
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1.<STATUS1>
⋅
s.<STATUSs>
• If the MID data contains Non-Visible ASCII code:
s = 0, MID item length = 0, SSACK = "EE" execution error
• When the specified target is invalid:
s = 0, MID item length = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• If the status of SSACK is other than "NO" (normal), the List of Status will comprise zero items.
• Write ID
S18,F11
Write ID Request
S,H→E,reply
1.<TARGETID>
"01"-"31"
L,2
2.<MID>
• If an MID that is under the length set for the CarrierIDlength attribute is specified, an error occurs and the MID data is not
written.
Data Segment Area
S18,F12
Refer to page 125.
Write ID Acknowledge
S,H←E
1.<TARGETID>
"01"-"31"
L,3
2.<SSACK>
3.L,s
1.<STATUS1>
⋅
s.<STATUSs>
• When the specified target is invalid:
s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• When there is an MID length error:
s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• If the MID data contains Non-Visible ASCII code:
s = 0, SSACK = "EE" execution error
• If the status of SSACK is other than "NO" (normal), the List of Status will comprise zero items.
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• Subsystem command (ChangeState)
S18,F13
Subsystem Command Request (ChangeState)
S,H→E,reply
1.<TARGETID>
"00" (fixed)
2.<SSCMD>
"ChangeState"
L,3
3.L,1
1.<CPVAL1>
"OP", "MT" or "PS"
CPVAL = "PS" is a parameter setting unique to this CIDRW Controller for switching to the Setting mode.
S18,F14
Subsystem Command Acknowledge (ChangeState)
S,H←E
1.<TARGETID>
"00"
L,3
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2.<SSACK>
3.L,s
1.<STATUS1>
⋅
s.<STATUSs>
• When the specified target is invalid:
s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• When SSCMD is invalid:
s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• When OperationalStatus is BUSY:
s = 0, SSACK = "EE" execution error
• If the status of SSACK is other than "NO" (normal), the List of Status will comprise zero items.
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• Subsystem command (GetStatus)
S18,F13
Subsystem Command Request (GetStatus)
S,H→Ε,reply
1.<TARGETID>
"00"-"31"
2.<SSCMD>
"GetStatus"
L,3
3.L,0
S18,F14
Subsystem Command Acknowledge (GetStatus)
S,H←E
1.<TARGETID>
"00"-"31"
2.<SSACK>
"GetStatus"
L,3
3.L,s
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1.<STATUS1>
⋅
s.<STATUSs>
• When the specified target is invalid:
s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• When SSCMD is invalid:
s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• If the status of SSACK is other than "NO" (normal), the List of Status will comprise zero items.
• Subsystem command (PerformDiagnostics)
S18,F13
Subsystem Command Request (PerformDiagnostics)
S,H→E,reply
L,3
1.<TARGETID>
"00"-"31"
2.<SSCMD>
"PerformDiagnostics"
3.L,0
S18,F14
Subsystem command Acknowledge (PerformDiagnostics)
S,H←E
1.<TARGETID>
"00"-"31"
L,3
2.<SSACK>
3.L,s
1.<STATUS1>
⋅
s.<STATUSs>
• When the specified target is invalid:
s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• When SSCMD is invalid:
s = 0, SSACK = "CE" communications error
• If the status of SSACK is other than "NO" (normal), the List of Status will comprise zero items.
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• Subsystem command (Reset)
S18,F13
Subsystem Command Request (Reset)
S,H→E,reply
L,3
1.<TARGETID>
"00" (fixed)
2.<SSCMD>
"Reset"
3.L,0
S18,F14
Subsystem Command Acknowledge (Reset)
S,H←E
1.<TARGETID>
"00"
L,3
2.<SSACK>
3.L,0
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• When the specified target is invalid:
SSACK = "CE" communications error
• When SSCMD is invalid:
SSACK = "CE" communications error
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■ Operation Conditions
The response messages and response codes (SSACK) in each state are shown below.
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Function
Initializing
Operating
IDLE
Maintenance
BUSY
S1,F1
OnlineRequest
S1,F0
S1,F2
S1,F2
S1,F2
S18,F11
S18,F7
WriteID
S18,F0
S18,F0
S18,F0
NO
WriteData
S18,F0
NO
NO
S18,F0
S18,F3
SetAttribute
S18,F0
NO
NO
NO
S18,F13(Reset)
Reset
S18,F0
NO
NO
NO
S18,F9
ReadID
S18,F0
NO
NO
NO
S18,F5
ReadData
S18,F0
NO
NO
S18,F0
S18,F13(PerformDiagnostics)
Diagnostics
S18,F0
NO
NO
NO
S18,F13(GetStatus)
GetStatus
S18,F0
NO
NO
NO
S18,F1
GetAttribute
S18,F0
NO
NO
NO
S18,F13(ChangeState)
ChangeState(to MT)
S18,F0
NO
S18,F0
S18,F0
S18,F13(ChangeState)
ChangeState(to OP)
S18,F0
S18,F0
S18,F0
NO
S18,F13(ChangeState)
ChangeState(to PS)
S18,F0
NO
S18,F0
NO
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When SECS is Not Used
Command/Response Format
■ 1:N Protocol
Command
SOH
Node No.
Parameter
Command code
⋅⋅⋅
1
FCS
n
01h
CR
0Dh
Response
Parameter
Response
code
Node No.
⋅⋅⋅
1
FCS
n
01h
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SOH
CR
0Dh
■ 1:1 Protocol
Command
Command code
Parameter
1
⋅⋅⋅
n
CR
0Dh
Response
Response
code
Parameter
1
⋅⋅⋅
n
CR
0Dh
Meaning of FCS (frame check sequence)
This is two ASCII code characters obtained by conversion from the 8-bit exclusive logical sum (EOR) of the characters
from the character immediately after SOH to the character immediately before FCS.
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Example: Reading the data of page 1 and page 2 of node No.1
Command
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Calculation range
78
(ASCII conversion)
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Command
Command code list
Name
Value
Function
See
0100
When this command is received, the system communicates with the ID Tag, and
reads the specified page(s) of data. Any pages up to a maximum of 16 can be
selected.
p.80
WRITE
0200
When this command is received, the system communicates with the ID Tag, and
writes the specified page(s) of data. Any pages up to a maximum of 16 can be
selected.
p.81
Same Write
0300
When this command is received, the system communicates with the ID Tag, and
writes the same data in page units to the specified pages. Up to 17 pages, which is
the maximum number of pages for an ID Tag, can be specified.
p.83
Byte Write
0400
When this command is received the system communicates with the ID Tag, and
writes data to the area specified by a first address and number of bytes. A maximum
of 128 bytes can be specified.
p.84
TEST
10
Sends received data to the host device.
p.85
NAK
12
Sends the response made immediately before again.
p.86
Noise measurement 40
Measures the noise in the vicinity of the CIDRW Head.
p.86
RESET
Resets the Amplifier Unit.
p.86
7F
Response code list
Type
Response
code
Name
Description
Normal end
00
Normal end
Command execution is completed normally.
Host communications error
14
Format error
There is a mistake in the command format.
(E.g. the command code is undefined, or the page or address specification is inappropriate.)
Communications error
70
Communications error
Noise or another hindrance occurs during communication with an
ID Tag, and communications cannot be completed normally.
71
Verification error
Correct data cannot be written to an ID Tag.
72
No Tag error
Either there is no ID Tag in front of the CIDRW Head, or the CIDRW
Head is unable to detect the ID Tag due to environmental factors
(e.g. noise).
7B
Outside write area error Writing is not completed normally.
7E
ID system error (1)
The ID Tag is in a status where it cannot execute command processing.
7F
ID system error (2)
An inapplicable ID Tag has been used.
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Communications with the Host Device
Communicate with the host device only after confirming that the CIDRW Controller has started. Also, unstable signals
may occur at the host interface when the CIDRW Controller is started. When initializing operation, clear the reception
buffer at the host device or take other suitable methods to clear unwanted signals.
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The command and response code details provided here are for 1:N protocol. The command format for 1:1
protocol is obtained by omitting the SOH, node number, and FCS data, as described in the previous pages.
■ READ
Reads any pages of data from the ID Tag. The maximum number of pages that can be read at one time
is 16.
Command
SOH
Node No.
Command code
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01h
0
Bit
7
Page
Designation
1
-
0
7
Sys
-
Sys
0*
0*
Value
0
Page designation (8 characters)
FCS
CR
0
0Dh
-
3
Sys
-
Sys
17
16
15
14
13
-
8
7
6
5
0*
0*
0*
0/1
0/1
0/1
0/1
0/1
•••
0/1
0/1
0/1
0/1
00
2
1
0
7
6
00 - 07
-
1
0
7
6
00 - FF
-
2
1
0
-
1
Sys
Sys
•••
0/1
0*
0*
00 - FC
* Always specify 0. If you specify 1 an error (Response code: 14) will occur.
Parameter description
Parameter
Description
Page designation
Pages are specified by setting the bits corresponding to pages that are to be read to 1 and setting
the other bits to 0, then converting the result to a hexadecimal character string.
Data Segment Area
Refer to page 125.
The response code (when normal: 00) and the data in the specified pages are returned in ascending order of
page numbers.
Response
Read data
SOH
Node No.
Response
code
Page n
Data 1
01h
0
⋅⋅⋅
Data 8
Page m (n<m)
⋅⋅⋅
Data 1
0
Data content of the ID Tag
12h
34h
56h
78h
90h
12h
34h
56h
11h
22h
33h
44h
55h
66h
77h
88h
Page 2
Page 3
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CR
Data 8
0Dh
Example: Reading the data of pages 1 and 3 of node No.1
Page 1
⋅⋅⋅
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Command
SOH
Node No.
01h
0
Command code
1
0
1
0
Page designation
0
0
0
0
0
0
FCS
0
1
4
0
CR
5
0Dh
Binary notation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
Response
SOH Node No.
01h
0
Response
code
1
0
0
Page 1
Page 3
FCS CR
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 0 7 0Dh
Data is written in page units to the ID Tag. Any page(s) can be specified. It is possible to write to a maximum of 16 pages at one time.
Command
Write data
SOH
Node
No.
Command
code
Page designation
(8 characters)
Page n
Data 1
01h
⋅⋅⋅
Page m (n<m)
⋅⋅⋅
Data 8
⋅⋅⋅
Data 1
FCS
Data 8
0 2 0 0
0DH
Bit
7
-
0
7
-
3
2
1
0
7
6
-
1
0
7
6
-
2
1
0
Page
Sys
-
Sys
Sys
-
Sys
17
16
15
14
13
-
8
7
6
5
-
1
Sys
Sys
Designation
0*
0*
0*
0*
0/1
0/1
0/1
0/1
0/1
•••
0/1
0/1
0/1
0/1
•••
0/1
0*
0*
Value
CR
0*
00
00 - 07
00 - FF
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■ WRITE
00 - FC
* Always specify 0. If you specify 1 an error (Response code: 14) will occur.
Parameter description
Parameter
Description
Page designation
Pages are specified by setting the bits corresponding to pages that are to be read to 1 and setting
the other bits to 0, then converting the result to a hexadecimal character string.
Write data
The data to be written to the specified pages is specified in ascending order of page numbers.
Data Segment Area
Refer to page 125.
Response
The response code (when normal: 00) is returned.
SOH
01h
Node No.
Response
code
0
0
FCS
CR
0Dh
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Example: Writing data to pages 8 and 10 of node No.1
Command
SOH
Node
No.
01h
0
Command
Page designation
code
Data of page 8
Data of page 10
1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A BCDE F 7
Binary notation
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0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
82
FCS
Response
SOH
Node No.
Response
code
01h
0
0
1
FCS
0
0
CR
1
0Dh
The ID Tag status on normal completion is as shown below.
Page 8
11h
22h
33h
44h
55h
66h
77h
88h
01h
23h
45h
67h
89h
ABh
CDh
EFh
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■ Same Write
Writes the same data to multiple pages of an ID Tag.
Any page(s) can be specified.
Command
SOH
Node No.
Command code
01h
0
7
Page
Designation
0
-
0
7
Sys
-
Sys
0*
0*
Value
⋅⋅⋅
Data 1
FCS
Data 8
CR
0
0DH
-
3
Sys
-
Sys
17
16
15
14
13
-
8
7
6
5
0*
0*
0*
0/1
0/1
0/1
0/1
0/1
•••
0/1
0/1
0/1
0/1
00
2
1
0
7
6
-
00 - 07
1
0
7
6
-
00 - FF
2
1
0
-
1
Sys
Sys
•••
0/1
0*
0*
00 - FC
* Always specify 0. If you specify 1 an error (Response code: 14) will occur.
Parameter description
Parameter
Description
Page designation
Pages are specified by setting the bits corresponding to pages that are to be read to 1 and setting
the other bits to 0, then converting the result to a hexadecimal character string.
Write data
Specify the write data.
Data Segment Area
Refer to page 125.
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Bit
3
Write data
Page designation (8 characters)
Response
The response code (when normal: 00) is returned.
SOH
Response
code
Node No.
01h
0
FCS
CR
0
0Dh
Example: Clearing pages 1 to 17 of node No.1 to 0
Command
SOH
01h
Command
code
Node No.
0
1
Page designation
Write data
FCS
0 3 0 0 0 0 0 7 F F F C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
0
CR
0
0Dh
Binary notation
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
Response
SOH
Node No.
Response
code
01h
0
0
1
0
FCS
0
CR
1
0Dh
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■ Byte Write
Writes data to any specified number of bytes starting from the address specified in the ID Tag.
The maximum number of bytes that can be written at one time is 128.
Command
SOH
Node No.
01h
0
4
0
Write data
First
address
Command code
Data 1
•••
Data n
FCS
CR
0
0Dh
* Data number n = number of bytes written to (2-character units)
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Parameter description
Parameter
Description
Address designation
Addresses can be specified in the range 00h to 87h.
Write data
Up to 128 bytes of write data, starting from the specified address, can be specified.
Data Segment Area
Refer to page 125.
Response
The response code (when normal: 00) is returned.
SOH
Node No.
01h
Response
code
0
FCS
CR
0
0Dh
Example: Writing to two bytes starting from address 05h of node No.1
Command
SOH
Node No.
01h
0
1
Command code
0
4
0
0
0
5
Response
SOH
Node No.
Response
code
01h
0
0
1
0
FCS
0
CR
1
0Dh
The ID Tag status on normal completion is as shown below.
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Write data
First address
12h
34h
Data 1
1
FCS
Data 2
2
3
4
0
CR
4
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■ TEST
Performs a communication test on communications between the host device and Amplifier Unit.
When an Amplifier Unit receives a test command, it sends the response code and command test data
to the host device as the response.
Command
SOH
Node No.
Test data
Command code
01h
1
Data 1
•••
FCS
Data n
CR
0
0Dh
* Number of data n < 136 (2-character units)
Parameter
Description
Test data
The data to be sent in the test is specified with a hexadecimal value. (Max. 270 characters)
However, note that odd numbers of characters cannot be used.
Response
The response code (when normal: 00) and the received test data are returned.
SOH
Node No.
01h
Test data
Response
code
0
Data 1
•••
FCS
Data n
CR
0
0Dh
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Parameter description
Example: Testing by sending the data 12345678 to node No.1
Command
SOH
Node No.
01h
0
1
Test data
Command code
1
Data 1
0
1
Data 2
2
3
Data 3
4
5
FCS
Data 4
6
7
8
0
CR
8
0Dh
Response
SOH
Node No.
Response
code
01h
0
0
1
0
Test data
Data 1
1
Data 2
2
3
Data 3
4
5
FCS
Data 4
6
7
8
0
CR
9
0Dh
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■ NAK
Sends the response made immediately before again.
Command
SOH
Node No.
01h
Command code
1
FCS
2
CR
0Dh
Response
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Sends the response made immediately before again.
■ Noise measurement
The levels of noise in the vicinity of the CIDRW Head are measured and the noise level is expressed
numerically in the range "00" to "99."
Command
SOH
Node No.
01h
Command code
4
FCS
0
CR
0Dh
Response
The response code (when normal: 00) and the noise level "00" to "99" are returned.
SOH
Node No.
01h
Response code
0
Noise level
FCS
0
CR
0Dh
Refer to page 124.
Influence of background noise on communication distance
■ RESET
All Amplifier Unit processing is stopped, and the initial status is re-established.
Command
SOH
Node No.
01h
Command code
7
F
Response
There is no response to this command.
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When SECS is Used
Errors are indicated by the contents of the CIDRW Controller response messages, and by the indicators.
List of Error Messages
When responses are made to messages sent by the CIDRW Controller, errors are expressed by the
contents of error messages and the nature of the SSACK response.
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S
F
Direction
0
S,H←E
Abort Transaction
9
0
S,H→E
Abort Transaction
9
1
S,H←E
Unrecognized Device ID
9
3
S,H←E
Unrecognized Stream Type
9
5
S,H←E
Unrecognized Function Type
9
7
S,H←E
Illegal Data
9
9
S,H←E
Transaction Timer Timeout
9
11
S,H←E
Data Too Long
18
0
S,H←E
Abort Transaction
Controller Indicators
If an error or alarm has occurred at the CIDRW Controller, the LEDs on the front of the Controller light.
Name
88
SECS II names
1
Function
OPERATING (green)
Lit when the operation status (status model) of the CIDRW system is operating.
ALARMS (green)
Lit when the status in AlarmStatus of the CIDRW system is Alarm (1).
BUSY (green)
Lit when the status in OperationalStatus of the CIDRW system is BUSY.
ERROR (red)
When a processing error is detected (when SSACK is other than NO), this indicator is lit for 50 ms.
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Operation Check Flowchart
■ Normal Operation Mode
Error occurrence
POWER-LED is off.
Yes
An error has occurred in the CIDRW Controller power supply.
Check the power supply of the CIDRW power supply.
No
Yes
Check the contents of the response message.
When the CIDRW Controller responds to a message transmission
Refer to page 90.
No
All LEDs are lit
Yes
or flashing.
An error has occurred at the CIDRW Controller.
Check the status of the indicators.
When all the LEDs are lit or flashing
Refer to page 90.
No
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There is a
response to message
transmission.
(SSNAK = other than
"NO")
Check if the settings of the CIDRW Controller and Amplifier Unit are correct.
When the CIDRW Controller fails to respond to messages sent to it
Refer to page 91.
When an error unrelated to message transmission and responses occurs
Refer to page 91.
• Operating normally in the Normal Operation mode
Indicators
POWER
OPERATING
ALARMS
BUSY
ERROR
Response
Response
S
—
Function
F
—
SSACK="NO"
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Troubleshooting
• When the CIDRW Controller responds to a message transmission
There is a mistake in the message sent to the CIDRW Controller or the Amplifier Unit settings. After
taking the appropriate corrective action, restart the Controller and the Amplifier Unit and send the message again.
Response
S
—
Main check points
F
0
Status conditions when the message was issued (e.g. a Write ID Request message (S18, F11) was sent in
the operating mode, or the message was sent during initial processing)
Operation Conditions
9
7
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Other than
above
Refer to page 76.
Message composition: illegal attributes, insufficient items, etc.
Ascertain the cause from the contents of the SSACK response.
CE
• Mistake in the details of the items in the message
(The node number of an amplifier that is not set was specified as the TARGET ID, or a segment
name that is not set has been specified for DATASEG.)
• Connection of RS-485 cables between Amplifier Units (failure to detect Amplifier Units)
• Amplifier Unit baud rate settings (failure to detect Amplifier Units)
• Node numbers of the Amplifier Units (The same number is set for more than one unit, making
detection impossible)
• Cable routing between the host device and CIDRW Controller (influence of background noise)
• Noise levels of the power supply line to the CIDRW Controller
EE
•
•
•
•
HE
• Mistake in the details of the items in the message
(A segment that does not match the Amplifier Unit specifications has been set; the response
time-out setting is not correct.)
• Connection and wiring of cable between CIDRW Controller and Amplifier Unit
• Power supply to Amplifier Units
• Amplifier Unit terminal resistance settings
• Routing of each cable (influence of background noise)
• Node numbers of the Amplifier Units (the same number is set for more than one unit)
• Amplifier Unit error (hardware error)
• Noise levels of the power supply line
TE
•
•
•
•
Installation distance/inclination between the ID Tag and CIDRW Head
Background noise levels of the CIDRW Head
Installation spacing in relation to CIDRW Heads connected in other CIDRW systems
When the ID read command is executed, the carrier ID contains non-visible ASCII code.
Type/specifications of the ID Tags used
Settings of the ID Tags used (lock, etc.)
Environment of use of the ID Tags (ID Tag breakage due to use in unanticipated ways)
ID Tag overwrite life
• When all the LEDs are lit or flashing
An error has occurred in the CIDRW Controller.
After taking the appropriate corrective action, restart the CIDRW Controller.
POWER
OPERATING
ALARMS
BUSY
ERROR
Main check points
• Supply of 24 VDC power
• The CIDRW Controller may be damaged.
• Mode switch setting (Is the setting 0?)
If the error cannot be resolved after checking,
the CIDRW Controller may be damaged.
• The CIDRW Controller may be damaged.
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• When the CIDRW Controller fails to respond to messages sent to it
There is a mistake in the CIDRW Controller or Amplifier Unit settings.
After taking the appropriate corrective action, restart the CIDRW Controller and Amplifier Unit.
POWER
OPERATING
ALARMS
BUSY
ERROR
Main check points
• Mode switch setting (Is the setting 0?)
• Cable wiring between the CIDRW Controller
and host device
• Communications conditions for communication
between the CIDRW Controller and host
device (baud rate, character composition, etc.)
• Cable wiring between the CIDRW Controller
and host device
• Node numbers of the Amplifier Units (The
same number is set for more than one unit.)
There is a mistake in the settings of the CIDRW Controller and Amplifier Unit.
After taking the appropriate corrective action, restart the CIDRW Controller and Amplifier Unit.
POWER
OPERATING
ALARMS
BUSY
ERROR
Main check points
• Mode switch setting (Is the setting 0?)
• Amplifier Unit baud rate settings
• Node numbers of the Amplifier Units (The
same number is set for more than one unit.)
• Connection and wiring of cable between
CIDRW Controller and Amplifier Unit
• Amplifier Unit error (hardware error)
• Routing of each cable (influence of background noise)
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■ Setting Mode
Error occurrence
POWER-LED is OFF
Yes
An error has occurred in the CIDRW Controller power supply.
Check the power supply of the CIDRW Controller.
No
All LEDs are lit
Yes
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or flashing.
An error has occurred at the CIDRW Controller.
Check the status of the indicators.
When all the LEDs are lit or flashing
No
Check if the CIDRW Controller settings are correct.
When the CIDRW Controller fails to respond to messages sent to it
Refer to page 93.
When an error unrelated to message transmission and responses occurs
Refer to page 93.
• Operating normally in the Setting mode
Indicators
POWER
OPERATING
ALARMS
BUSY
ERROR
Terminal initial screen of the host device after startup in the Setting mode
SETUP_START <L22 ><XXX.XX, YYY.YY>
_
Model number
Software Revision Level
Hardware Revision Level
Terminal screen when parameter setting has been completed without error
SETUP_COMPLETE
_
92
Refer to page 93.
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Troubleshooting
• When all the LEDs are lit or flashing
An error has occurred in the CIDRW Controller. After taking appropriate corrective action, restart the
CIDRW Controller and check the indicators.
POWER
OPERATING
ALARMS
BUSY
ERROR
Main check points
• Supply of 24 VDC power
• The CIDRW Controller may be damaged.
• Mode switch setting (Is the setting 3?)
If the error cannot be resolved after checking,
the CIDRW Controller may be damaged.
• The CIDRW Controller may be damaged.
• When the CIDRW Controller responds to a message transmission
There is a mistake in the CIDRW Controller settings or the sent parameters. After taking appropriate
POWER
OPERATING
ALARMS
BUSY
ERROR
Main check points
• Sent parameters (Are the parameters correct?
Are the settings correct?)
Response
SETUP_FAILED [
]
Contents
The parameters are not updated. The figure in square brackets [ ] indicates the line number
where the error was first detected. If a parity error is detected in the received characters, this
figure is [0].
• When the CIDRW Controller fails to respond to messages sent to it
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corrective action, restart the CIDRW Controller and check the indicators.
There is a mistake in the CIDRW Controller settings or the sent parameters. After taking appropriate
corrective action, restart the CIDRW Controller and check the indicators.
POWER
OPERATING
ALARMS
BUSY
ERROR
Main check points
• Transmission parameters (Are the parameters
correct?)
• Communications conditions for communication
between the CIDRW Controller and the host
device (baud rate, character composition, etc.)
• Mode switch setting (Is the setting 3?)
• When an error unrelated to message transmission and responses occurs
There is a mistake in the settings of the CIDRW Controller or Amplifier Unit. After taking appropriate
corrective action, restart the CIDRW Controller and Amplifier Unit and check the indicators.
POWER
OPERATING
ALARMS
BUSY
ERROR
Main check points
• Mode switch setting (Is the setting 3?)
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When SECS is Not Used
Errors are indicated by the presence or absence of a response to an Amplifier Unit command, and by the
indicators.
List of Error Messages
Type
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Host communications error
14
Name
Description
Format error
There is a mistake in the command format.
(E.g. the command portion is undefined, or the page or address specification is inappropriate.)
Communications
error
Noise or another hindrance has occurred during communication with
an ID Tag, and communications cannot be completed normally.
Verification error
Correct data cannot be written to an ID Tag.
No Tag error
Either there is no ID Tag in front of the CIDRW Head, or the CIDRW
Head is unable to detect the ID Tag due to environmental factors (e.g.
noise).
7B
Outside write area
error
The ID Tag is at a position where reading is possible but writing is not,
so writing does not complete normally.
7E
ID system error (1)
The ID Tag is in a status where it cannot execute the command processing.
7F
ID system error (2)
An inapplicable ID Tag has been used.
Communications 70
error between
the CIDRW Head 71
and ID Tag
72
Amplifier Unit Indicators
Name
94
Response
code
Indications
RUN (green)
Turns ON when the Amplifier Unit is in normal operation.
COMM (orange)
Turns ON during communications with the host device or during communications with an ID Tag.
NORM (green)
Turns On when the communications finish with no error.
ERROR (red)
Turns ON when an error occurs during communication with the host device, or during communication with
an ID Tag.
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Operation Check Flowchart
■ From Installation to Trial Operation
Errors are indicated by whether or not a response to the test command is received and by the status of
the Amplifier Unit indicators.
Error occurrence
RUN-LED is OFF
Yes
An error has occurred at the Amplifier Unit.
Amplifier Unit error
Refer to page 96.
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Test command transmission
Response received
Yes
Check the nature of the response.
If there is a response to the command
Refer to page 96.
No
Check if the Amplifier Unit settings are correct.
If there is no response to the command:
Refer to page 96.
• If the test command was received normally:
Indicators
RUN
COMM
NORM
ERROR
(Lights once)
Response code for the response
Type
Normal
Response
code
00
Function
The command was received normally.
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• Amplifier Unit error
Check the status of the indicator LEDs after transmission of the test command.
After taking appropriate corrective action, restart the Amplifier Unit, send the test command again and
check again.
RUN
COMM
NORM
ERROR
—
Main check points
• Influence of background noise (change installation position)
• Amplifier Unit power supply
(If RUN is OFF, the status of the other indicaIf the error cannot be resolved after checking, the Amplifier Unit
tor LEDs can be ignored.)
may be damaged.
• If there is no response to the command:
Check the status of the indicator LEDs after transmission of the test command.
After taking appropriate corrective action, restart the Amplifier Unit, send the test command again and
check again.
RUN
COMM
NORM
ERROR
Main check points
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• Amplifier Unit baud rate settings
• Node numbers of the Amplifier Units (do not match the node
number in the test command)
• Connection and wiring of the cable between the host device
and Amplifier Unit
• OFF timing of the RS signals between the host device and
Amplifier Unit
• Routing of each cable (influence of background noise)
If the error cannot be resolved after checking, the Amplifier Unit
may be damaged.
(Lights once)
• Amplifier Unit baud rate settings
• Connection and wiring of the cable between the host device
and Amplifier Unit
• Routing of the cables (influence of background noise)
• OFF timing of the RS signals between the host device and
Amplifier Unit
• FCS (frame check sequence) calculation method
Method using RS signal control at the host device
In a 1:N connection using Link Units, the RS signals generated from the host device by normal control must be input as
CS signals. Turn the RS signals OFF within 15 ms after the completion of data transmission. Correct communications
will not be possible without this control.
ON only during data transmission from the host device
RS at host device
SD at host device
Within 15 ms
• If there is a response to the command:
Check the status of the indicator LEDs after transmission of the test command.
After taking appropriate corrective action, restart the Amplifier Unit, send the test command again and
check again.
RUN
COMM
NORM
ERROR
Main check points
• Node numbers of the Amplifier Units (The same number is set
for more than one unit)
If the error cannot be resolved after checking, the Amplifier
Unit may be damaged.
There is a mistake in the command format (number of characters, character code, etc.).
(Lights once)
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■ From Trial Operation to Communications
Errors are indicated by the status of the indicators after transmission of the write command, and by the
response code of the response.
Error occurrence
Write command sent
Yes
RUN-LED is OFF
An error has occurred at the Amplifier Unit.
Amplifier Unit error
Refer to page 98.
No
code 1
Yes
Check the command format.
If the response code is 1
?
Refer to page 98.
No
Is the response
code 7
Yes
?
Communication with the ID Tag has failed.
If the response code is 7
Refer to page 98.
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Is the response
No
Communications OK
• If the ID Tag was processed normally:
Indicators
RUN
COMM
NORM
ERROR
(Lights once)
(Lights once)
Response code for the response
Type
Normal
Response
code
00
Function
The ID Tag was processed normally.
If there is no response to the write command, refer to the From Installation to Trial Operation,
Operation Check Flowchart.
Refer to page 95.
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• Amplifier Unit error
Check the status of the indicator LEDs after transmission of the command.
After taking appropriate corrective action, send the write command again and check again.
RUN
COMM
NORM
ERROR
—
Main check points
• Influence of background noise (Change installation position)
• Amplifier Unit power supply
(If RUN is OFF, the status of the other indicaIf the error cannot be resolved by checking the two points above,
tor LEDs can be ignored.)
the Amplifier Unit may be damaged.
• If the response code is 1 :
There is a host device communications error.
Check the status of the indicator LEDs and the response code of the response after transmission of the
command.
After taking appropriate corrective action, send the write command again and check again.
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RUN
COMM
NORM
ERROR
(Lights once)
Response
code
14
Main check points
Command format
(Command code, page designation, address designation, processed data volume, etc.)
• If the response code is 7 :
There is a communications error in communication between the CIDRW Head and ID Tag.
Check the status of the indicator LEDs and the response code of the response after transmission of the
command.
After taking appropriate corrective action, send the write command again and check again.
RUN
COMM
(Lights once)
Response
code
NORM
ERROR
(Lights once)
Main check points
70
• Background noise levels of the CIDRW Head (Check the surroundings with the environmental noise level measurement
function)
• Distance to another CIDRW Head
• Influence of background noise (Change installation position)
If the error cannot be resolved after checking, the Amplifier Unit may be damaged.
71
• ID Tag overwrite life (Replace the ID Tag)
• Environment of use of the ID Tags (ID Tag breakage due to use in unanticipated ways)
72
•
•
•
•
7B
• Distance between the ID Tag and CIDRW Head
• Background noise levels of the CIDRW Head (Check the surroundings with the environmental noise level measurement
function)
• Distance to another CIDRW Head
• Influence of background noise (Change installation position)
7E
• Type/specifications of the ID Tags used
• Settings of the ID Tags used (The ID Tag lock function is used.*)
• Environment of use of the ID Tags (ID Tag breakage due to use in unanticipated ways)
7F
Connection to the CIDRW Head
Distance between the ID Tag and CIDRW Head
CIDRW Head background noise levels (Check the surroundings with the environmental noise level measurement function)
Distance to another CIDRW Head
* The ID Tag has a lock function, but the amplifier unit has no function for locking an ID Tag.
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Appendix
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System Configuration Examples
104
When SECS is Not Used
105
Characteristic Data depending on Conditions of Use
106
Data Segment Area
125
Regular Inspection
126
SECS Protocol Specifications
127
ASCII Code Table
132
Protective Construction
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Specifications and Dimensions
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Appendix
Specifications and Dimensions
Controller
V700-L22
(Unit: mm)
150
130
28
Mounting dimensions
(1:2)
130±0.2
Power indicator
151±0.2
3
151
167
4-M4
Specifications and Dimensions SECTION 6
24
Indicators
100
7
30
P6X3
Item
(mounting
Four, 4.5-dia.
holesholes)
4-φ4.5
Specifications
Power supply voltage
24 VDC +10% -15%
Current consumption
150 mA max. (inrush current: approx. 10 A max.)
Ambient temperature
Operating: 0 to +40°C
Storage: -15 to +65°C (with no icing)
Ambient humidity
Operating: 10% to 85%
Storage: 10% to 95% (with no condensation)
Degree of protection
IP20 (IEC60529)
Insulation resistance
50 MΩ min. between power supply terminals and the frame ground terminal (500 VDC M)
Dielectric strength
Leak current not to exceed 3.5 mA on application of 500 VAC (50/60 Hz for 1 minute) between both
power supply terminals and the frame ground terminal
Vibration resistance
Frequency: 10 to 150 Hz; double amplitude: 0.20 mm; acceleration: 15 m/s2 for
8 minutes, 10 times each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance
Shock of 150 m/s2 in X, Y, and Z directions, 3 times each for 18 repetitions
Ground
Ground to 100 Ω or less.
Case material
SECC (coating)
Weight
Approx. 580 g
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Amplifier Unit
V640-HAM12
(Unit: mm)
125
100
(30.5)
43
2
(32.5)
(12)
46
56
80
4.6
(13)
(12) (17.8)
6.8 6.8
6.8
(15.8)
33.5
(16)
115
4 indicators
DIP switch
(11.6)
Four, 4.5-dia. holes
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1
(4.5)
(1.5)
Mounting dimensions
4-M4
Item
46±0.5
115±0.5
Specifications
Power supply voltage
24 VDC +10% -15%
Current consumption
400 mA max.
Ambient temperature
Operating: 0 to +40°C
Ambient humidity
Operating/Storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Degree of protection
IP20 (IEC60529 standard)
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ min. between power supply terminals and the frame ground terminal (100 VDC M)
Dielectric strength
Leak current not to exceed 5 mA on application of 1000 VAC (50/60 Hz for 1 minute) between both
power supply terminals and the frame ground terminal
Vibration resistance
Frequency: 10 to 150 Hz; double amplitude: 0.20 mm; acceleration: 15 m/s2 for
8 minutes, 10 times each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance
Shock of 150 m/s2 in X, Y, and Z directions, 3 times each for 18 repetitions
Ground
Ground to 100 Ω or less.
Case material
SECC (coating)
Weight
Approx. 400 g
Storage: -15 to +65°C (with no icing)
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CIDRW Head
V640-HS62
(Unit: mm)
Four, 3.5-dia. holes
Coaxial cable 3.0 dia., standard length 1.9m
Antenna center
Connector
21
39.2
65
28 max.
30
20
12
10
9
Ferrite core
20.5 max.
4
14.5
12
49
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102
9
21±0.2
20±0.2
Antenna center
Four M3 or 3.5-dia. holes
Item
Transmission frequency
Specifications
134 kHz
Ambient temperature
Operating: 0 to +40°C
Ambient humidity
Operating/Storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Degree of protection
IP60 (IEC60529)
Insulation resistance
20 MΩ min. between all terminals and the case (100 VDC M)
Dielectric strength
Leak current not to exceed 5 mA on application of 1000 VAC (50/60 Hz for 1 minute) between all
terminals and the case
Vibration resistance
Frequency: 10 to 150 Hz; double amplitude: 0.20 mm; acceleration: 15 m/s2 for
8 minutes, 10 times each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance
Shock of 150 m/s2 in X, Y, and Z directions, 3 times each for 18 repetitions
Casing material
ABS/epoxy resin
Stainless steel mount
Weight
Approx. 100 g
Cable length
1.9 m
Cable specification
3-mm-dia. coaxial cable
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Link Unit
V700-L11
(Unit: mm)
110
5
35.2
16.7
10.7
41.3
20.3
Two,
4.5-dia. holes
2-φ4.5
4
65
41.5
26.5
18.5
4
60
100±0.2
Item
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55±0.2
Mounting dimensions
Two M4
4.2-dia. holes
2-M4
OR or
φ4.2
Specifications
Power supply voltage
24 VDC +10% -15%
Current consumption
250 mA max. (inrush current: approx. 10 A)
Ambient temperature
Operating: 0 to +40°C
Ambient humidity
Operating/Storage: 35% to 85% (with no condensation)
Degree of protection
IP20 (IEC60529)
Insulation resistance
50 MΩ min. between power supply terminals and the frame ground terminal (500 VDC M)
Dielectric strength
Leak current not to exceed 5 mA on application of 1000 VAC (50/60 Hz for 1 minute) between
power supply terminals and the frame ground terminal
Vibration resistance
Frequency: 10 to 150 Hz; double amplitude: 0.20 mm; acceleration: 15 m/s2 for 8 minutes, 10 times
each in X, Y, and Z directions
Shock resistance
Shock of 150 m/s2 in X, Y, and Z directions, 3 times each for 18 repetitions
Ground
Ground to 100 Ω or less.
Case material
PC/ABS resin
Weight
Approx. 200 g
Storage: -15 to +50°C (with no icing)
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System Configuration Examples
When SECS is Used
Communication with the host device is possible using the SECS protocol.
CIDRW Controller
V700-L22
Host
RS-232C
SECS I/II
This is e.g. a host,
or equipment controller.
Amplifier Unit
CIDRW Head
V640-HAM12
V640-HS62
RS-232C
Multiple Amplifier Units
are controlled in
response to commands
(SECS) from the host
device.
RS-485
System Configuration Examples SECTION 6
Max. 50 m
These are units that
control a CIDRW Head.
Up to 31 units can be
connected.
These are antennae for
reading the carrier IDs
from the ID Tags and
writing the carrier IDs.
With the above system configuration, the Amplifier Unit connected directly to the CIDRW Controller
converts signals from RS-232C to RS-485. If this Amplifier Unit is removed, communications will not be
possible with the other Amplifier Units. If the Amplifier Unit connected directly to the CIDRW Controller
must be removed while the system is operating, insert a Link Unit (V700-L11) between the CIDRW
Controller and the first Amplifier Unit. If an Amplifier Unit on the end of the network is removed, be sure
to turn ON the terminating resistance on the Amplifier Unit that will end up on the end of the network
while the Amplifier Unit is removed.
Link unit
V700-L11
Just the relevant Amplifier Unit can be
removed and replaced while the power
remains on.
RS-232C
SECS I/II
RS-232C
RS-485
Max. 50 m
Up to 31 units can be connected.
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When SECS is Not Used
Communications with the host device follow the OMRON proprietary protocol.
The Amplifier Units are connected directly to the host device without using a CIDRW Controller.
Host
Amplifier Unit
CIDRW Head
V640-HAM12
V640-HS62
RS-232C
OMRON original protocol
This is e.g. a host,
or equipment controller.
RS-485
Max. 50 m
With the above system configuration, the Amplifier Unit connected directly to the CIDRW Controller
converts signals from RS-232C to RS-485. If this Amplifier Unit is removed, communications will not be
possible with the other Amplifier Units. If the Amplifier Unit connected directly to the CIDRW Controller
must be removed while the system is operating, insert a Link Unit (V700-L11) between the CIDRW
Controller and the first Amplifier Unit. If an Amplifier Unit on the end of the network is removed, be sure
to turn ON the terminating resistance on the Amplifier Unit that will end up on the end of the network
while the Amplifier Unit is removed.
Link unit
V700-L11
Just the relevant Amplifier Unit can be
removed and replaced while the power
remains on.
RS-232C
OMRON original protocol
SECTION 6 System Configuration Examples
These are antennae for
reading the carrier IDs
from the ID Tags and
writing the carrier IDs.
These are units that
control a CIDRW Head.
Up to 31 units can be
connected.
RS-485
Max. 50 m
Up to 31 units can be connected.
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Characteristic Data depending on Conditions of Use
Maps of Communications Areas (Reference Only)
The figures given below for communications areas (communications distances) are reference values
only and cannot be guaranteed.
The maps of communications areas will vary according to the ID tags that you use, the background
metals, the ambient noise, the effects of temperature and so on, and should be thoroughly confirmed
on installation.
■ Coaxial Mounting (RI-TRP-DR2B)
• READ
Communications Areas (READ)
Distance in Y direction (mm)
120
Measurement
100
point
80
60
40
20
0
−180 −160 −140 −120 −100 −80 −60 −40 −20
0
20
40
60
80 100 120 140 160 180
Distance in X direction (mm)
• WRITE
Communications Areas (WRITE)
140
120
Distance in Y direction (mm)
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140
100
Measurement
point
80
60
40
20
0
−180 −160 −140 −120 −100 −80 −60 −40 −20
0
20
40
60
Distance in X direction (mm)
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■ Coaxial Mounting (RI-TRP-DR2B)
• READ
Communications Areas (READ)
At the side metal plate does not exist.
120
100
At the side metal plate exists.
Distance in Y direction (mm)
140
80
60
40
20
Measurement
point
0
−180 −160 −140 −120 −100 −80 −60 −40 −20
0
20
40
60
80 100 120 140 160 180
Distance in Z direction (mm)
Communications Areas (WRITE)
At the side metal plate does not exist.
120
100
At the side metal plate exists.
Distance in Y direction (mm)
140
80
60
40
20
Measurement
point
0
−180 −160 −140 −120 −100 −80 −60 −40 −20
0
20
40
60
80 100 120 140 160 180
Distance in Z direction (mm)
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■ Parallel Mounting (RI-TRP-DR2B)
• READ
Communications Areas (READ)
140
Distance in Y direction (mm)
120
Measurement
100
point
80
60
40
20
0
−180 −160 −140 −120 −100 −80 −60 −40 −20
0
20
40
60
80 100 120 140 160 180
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• WRITE
Communications Areas (WRITE)
140
120
Distance in Y direction (mm)
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Distance in X direction (mm)
Measurement
100
point
80
60
40
20
0
−180 −160 −140 −120 −100 −80 −60 −40 −20
0
20
40
60
Distance in X direction (mm)
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■ Parallel Mounting (RI-TRP-DR2B)
• READ
Communications Areas (READ)
140
Distance in Y direction (mm)
120
Measurement
point
100
80
60
40
20
0
−180 −160 −140 −120 −100 −80 −60 −40 −20
0
20
40
60
80 100 120 140 160 180
Distance in Z direction (mm)
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• WRITE
Communications Areas (WRITE)
Distance in Y direction (mm)
140
120
Measurement
point
100
80
60
40
20
0
−180 −160 −140 −120 −100 −80 −60 −40 −20
0
20
40
60
80 100 120 140 160 180
Distance in Z direction (mm)
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■ Vertical Mounting (RI-TRP-DR2B)
• READ
Communications Areas (READ)
Distance in Y direction (mm)
140
120
100
Measurement
point
80
60
40
20
0
−180 −160 −140 −120 −100 −80 −60 −40 −20
0
20
40
60
80 100 120 140 160 180
110
• WRITE
Communications Areas (WRITE)
140
120
Distance in Y direction (mm)
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Distance in X direction (mm)
Measurement
100
point
80
60
40
20
0
−180 −160 −140 −120 −100 −80 −60 −40 −20
0
20
40
60
Distance in X direction (mm)
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• READ
Communications Areas (READ)
Measurement point
Distance in Y direction (mm)
140
35 mm
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
−180 −160 −140 −120 −100 −80 −60 −40 −20
0
20
40
60
80 100 120 140 160 180
Distance in Z direction (mm)
Communications Areas (WRITE)
Measurement point
140
Distance in Y direction (mm)
120
35 mm
100
80
60
40
20
0
−180 −160 −140 −120 −100 −80 −60 −40 −20
0
20
40
60
80 100 120 140 160 180
Distance in Z direction (mm)
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• READ
Communications Areas (READ)
180
Distance in Y direction (mm)
150
Measurement
point
120
90
60
30
0
−200
−150
−100
−50
0
100
50
150
200
112
• WRITE
Communications Areas (WRITE)
180
150
Distance in Y direction (mm)
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Distance in X direction (mm)
Measurement
120
point
90
60
30
0
−200
−150
−100
−50
0
50
Distance in X direction (mm)
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200
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• READ
Communications Areas (READ)
180
Measurement
Distance in Y direction (mm)
150
point
120
90
60
30
0
−200
−150
−100
−50
0
100
50
150
200
Distance in Z direction (mm)
Communications Areas (WRITE)
180
Distance in Y direction (mm)
150
Measurement
point
120
90
60
30
0
−200
−150
−100
−50
0
50
100
150
200
Distance in Z direction (mm)
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• READ
Communications Areas (READ)
180
Distance in Y direction (mm)
150
Measurement
120
point
90
60
30
0
−200
−150
−100
−50
0
50
100
150
200
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• WRITE
Communications Areas (WRITE)
180
150
Distance in Y direction (mm)
Characteristic Data depending on Conditions of Use SECTION 6
Distance in X direction (mm)
Measurement
point
120
90
60
30
0
−200
−150
−100
−50
0
50
Distance in X direction (mm)
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200
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• READ
Communications Areas (READ)
180
Distance in Y direction (mm)
150
Measurement
120
point
90
60
30
0
−200
−150
−100
−50
0
50
100
150
200
Distance in Z direction (mm)
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• WRITE
Communications Areas (WRITE)
180
Distance in Y direction (mm)
150
Measurement
120
point
90
60
30
0
−200
−150
−100
−50
0
50
100
150
200
Distance in Z direction (mm)
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• READ
Communications Areas (READ)
180
Distance in Y direction (mm)
150
120
Measurement
point
90
60
30
0
−200
−150
−100
−50
0
50
100
150
200
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• WRITE
Communications Areas (WRITE)
180
150
Distance in Y direction (mm)
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Distance in X direction (mm)
Measurement
120
point
90
60
30
0
−200
−150
−100
−50
0
50
Distance in X direction (mm)
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200
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• READ
Communications Areas (READ)
180
Measurement point
Distance in Y direction (mm)
150
35 mm
120
90
60
30
0
−200
−150
−100
−50
0
50
100
150
200
Distance in Z direction (mm)
Communications Areas (WRITE)
180
Measurement point
150
Distance in Y direction (mm)
35 mm
120
90
60
30
0
−200
−150
−100
−50
0
50
100
150
200
Distance in Z direction (mm)
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Mutual Interference Distances (Reference Only)
If Amplifier Units are connected using multidrop connections and multiple CIDRW Heads are used, the
CIDRW Heads will not process commands simultaneously. In this case, install the CIDRW Heads at
least 0.1 m apart from each other.
Distance between Antennas and Changes in Communications Distances (Reference Only)
Change in communications
distance
Distance between Antennas
1,000 mm
100%
900 mm
99%
800 mm
97%
700 mm
95%
600 mm
93%
500 mm
88%
400 mm
74%
300 mm
59%
200 mm
37%
If CIDRW Heads in separate CIDRW systems process commands simultaneously when the CIDRW
Systems are installed close to each other, mutual interference between the Heads can result in malCharacteristic Data depending on Conditions of Use SECTION 6
functions. If this is a problem, install the CIDRW Heads separated at least by the distances shown in
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the following illustrations.
■ For Coaxial Installation
2 m min.
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■ For Parallel Installation
2 m min.
■ For Face-to-Face Installation
2 m min.
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Influence of Background Metals (Reference Only)
The CIDRW Head can also communicate from an opening in a ceiling panel (metal body).
Metal body (material: AL, SUS)
(Thickness: 1 mm)
However, ensure the distances indicated below between the CIDRW Head and the metal body. If you
Characteristic Data depending on Conditions of Use SECTION 6
do not ensure these distances the communications distance will be substantially shortened.
120
20 mm min.
30 mm min.
V640-HS62
30 mm min.
CIDRW HEAD
MADE IN JAPAN
20 mm min.
Metal body (material: AL, SUS)
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Communications Time
Regardless of whether SECS is used or not, take the time required for processing between the host
device and Amplifier Units into account when designing the system.
Host
Response
Command
Amplifier Unit
Communications time
TAT
Time
Description
This is the time required for communication between an ID Tag and the CIDRW Head.
TAT
This is the time required for processing at the Amplifier Unit, seen from the host device.
Communication time calculation formula (unit: ms)
Read: 150.5 × (number of pages) + 6.1
For write, same writing: 468.6 × (number of pages) + 80.3
Byte write: 468.6 × (number of pages/8) + 229.9
Rounding up
TAT calculation formula (units: ms)
TAT = command and response transmission time + communication time
The command and response transmission time differs depending on the number of characters
sent and the communications conditions.
Transmission time (ms) =
Number of bits per character (bits)
Baud rate (bps)
× total number of characters of command and response
This calculation applies to continuous transmission in which the Controller uses no spaces
between command characters.
Example of TAT calculation:
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Communications time
Number of command characters: A; number of response characters: B
Baud rate: 9600 bps, data length: 8 bits, non parity, 1 stop bit
TAT (ms) =
10
9600
× (A + B) + Communications time (ms)
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The graph for communications time for communication between the ID Tag and CIDRW Head, and
TAT (when the baud rate is 9600 bps), is shown below.
The communications time and TAT, however, may increase substantially according to the conditions of
use.
Read
Communications time (ms)
3500
3000
2500
1500
1000
500
0
1
2
4
6
8
10
12
Number of pages processed
14
16
Write (same writing)
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Communications time
TAT (9600 bps)
2000
8500
8000
7500
7000
Communications time
TAT (9600 bps)
6500
Communications time (ms)
6000
5500
5000
4500
4000
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0
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2
4
6
8
10
12
Number of pages processed
14
16
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Byte Write
8500
8000
7500
7000
Communications time
TAT (9600 bps)
Communications time (ms)
6500
6000
5500
5000
4500
4000
3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
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1000
500
0
1
16
32
48
64
80
96
Number of bytes processed
112
128
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Communications Distance Characteristics vs. Ambient Noise
The graph below compares the results of measurement using the noise measurement function with
communications distances.
At installation implement measures in regard to metal in the vicinity of the CIDRW Head, power supply
noise, and atmospheric noise, to ensure that the noise level does not exceed 10.
Noise measurement command (applies only when SECS is not used)
Refer to page 86.
Relationship between noise level and communications distance (reference values)
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Communications distance (mm)
80
124
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
0
20
40
Noise level
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99
(Max)
(Max.)
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Data Segment Area
When using a CIDRW Controller, always set the data segment.
Refer to page 49.
■ RI-TRP-DR2B
Example of data
segment settings
Data segment area
Page
8 bytes/1 page
DATASEG LENGTH
1
00h
01h
02h
03h
04h
05h
06h
07h
Carrier ID
Carrier
2
08h
09h
0Ah
0Bh
0Ch
0Dh
0Eh
0Fh
(16 byte)
ID
3
10h
11h
12h
13h
14h
15h
16h
17h
"S01"
8
4
18h
19h
1Ah
1Bh
1Ch
1Dh
1Eh
1Fh
"S02"
8
5
20h
21h
•••
•••
27h
"S03"
8
6
28h
29h
•••
•••
2Fh
"S04"
8
7
30h
31h
•••
•••
37h
"S05"
8
"S06"
8
"S07"
8
"S08"
8
"S09"
8
"S10"
8
Data area
8
9
:
10
:
11
:
:
(Total of 120
bytes)
12
"S11"
8
14
68h
69h
•••
•••
6Fh
"S12"
8
15
70h
71h
•••
•••
77h
"S13"
8
16
78h
79h
•••
•••
7Fh
"S14"
8
17
80h
81h
•••
•••
87h
"S15"
8
• The carrier ID memory area starts from page 1 (fixed).
• 00h to 87h in the table are addresses.
• The RI-TRP-DR2B has a memory capacity of 136 bytes.
■ RI-TRP-WR2B
Example of data
segment settings
Data segment area
Page
1
8 bytes/1 page
00h
SECTION 6 Data Segment Area
13
16
01h
02h
03h
04h
05h
06h
07h
Carrier ID
DATASEG LENGTH
(8 byte)
Carrier ID
8
• The RI-TRP-WR2B has a memory capacity of 8 bytes.
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Appendix
Regular Inspection
In order to maintain optimum performance of the functions of the CIDRW system, daily and periodic
inspections are necessary.
Inspection item
Supply voltage fluctuation
Environment
Ambient temperature
Detail
Criteria
Check that the supply voltage fluctuation
at the power supply terminal block is
within the permissible range.
To be within supply voltage rating.
Multimeter
Check that there are no frequent instantaneous power failures or radical voltage
drops.
To be within permissible voltage fluctuation range.
Power supply
analyzer
Check that the ambient temperature and
To be within the specified range.
Maximum and
minimum thermometer
Hygrometer
humidity are within specified range.
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Ambient
humidity
126
I/O power
supply
Vibration and
shock
Check that no vibration or shock is transmitted from any machines.
Dust
Check that the system is free of dust
accumulation.
Corrosive gas
Check that no metal part of the system is
discolored or corroded.
Voltage fluctuation
Check on the I/O terminal block that the
voltage fluctuation and ripple are within
the permissible ranges.
To be within the specified range.
Multimeter
Oscilloscope
Check that each device is securely
mounted.
There must be no loose screws.
—
Check that each connector is securely
connected.
Each connector must be locked or
securely tightened with screws.
Check that no screw of the terminal
block is loosened.
There must be no loose screws.
Check that no wire is broken or nearly
broken.
There must be no wire that is broken or
nearly broken.
Check if grounding to 100 Ω or less has
been done.
To be grounded to 100 Ω or less.
Ripple
Mounting condition
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To be none.
SECTION 6
Appendix
SECS Protocol Specifications
A summary of the SEMI standards that relate to CIDRW is provided for reference when using this product.
However, since the SEMI standards are subject to revision, you should also refer to the actual standards.
• SEMI E99 THE CARRIER ID READER/WRITER FUNCTIONAL STANDARD
• SEMI E5 EQUIPMENT COMMUNICATION STANDARD 2 MESSAGE CONTENT (SECS II)
• SEMI E4 EQUIPMENT COMMUNICATION STANDARD 1 MESSAGE TRANSFER (SECS I)
Operation Model
Set the CIDRW Controller's mode switch to 0 and start the system. When the system starts, the initial
processing is completed first, then the system will operate according to the status defined by E99.
CIDRW status model
Operational status
Initial status
(INITIALIZING)
Operation in progress in the operating mode
IDLE
Status in which no processing is in progress at any head
BUSY
Status when processing is in progress at any of the heads
MAINTENANCE
Operation in progress in the maintenance mode
# Transitions according to state changes from the host device
No alarm
Status in which there are no alarms currently in effect at the CIDRW Controller
or any of the connected heads
ALARM
Status in which an alarm has occurred
• If a head in an abnormal status is detected during head detection in initial
processing, or no heads are detected. (The error will not be cleared until the
system has been restarted with the heads connected correctly.)
• When a head error is detected in communications with an ID Tag. (The error
will be automatically reset if it is cleared in subsequent processing.)
• A CIDRW Controller internal error has occurred.
This is the status during processing such as internal initialization/head detection after startup, which is
maintained until the CIDRW system is capable of its proper functions.
CIDRW Head status model
Operational status
OPERATING
NON-OPERATING
SECTION 6 SECS Protocol Specifications
Alarm status
OPERATING
Status in which the head is operating normally
IDLE
Status in which no processing is in progress
BUSY
Status in which processing is in progress
Status in which a head check (IDRW Head, Link Unit) is necessary
(The CIDRW alarm status is the ALARM status.)
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Appendix
Protocol Specifications
• Character composition
Start bit (1) + data bits (8) + stop bit (1)
* Conforms to SEMI E4
• Protocol parameters
Sign
Name
Default setting
Setting
unit
Setting range
BAUD
Baud Rate
9600
1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 -
DEVID
Device ID
0
0 to 32767
1
T1
Time-out between characters
0.5 s
0.1 to 10 s
0.1 s
T2
Protocol time-out
10 s
0.2 to 25 s
0.2 s
T3
Response time-out
45 s
1 to 120 s
1s
T4
Time-out between blocks
45 s
1 to 120 s
1s
RTY
Retry limit
3
0 to 31
1
M/S
Master/slave
M
M: Master
S: Slave
-
SECS Protocol Specifications SECTION 6
• Double block detection
The header of the block currently being received is compared with the correct block received immediately before, and double blocks are detected. A setting in the setting mode determines whether this
function is used or not.
• Multi-block
Multi-blocks are supported at the receiving side (maximum of 128 blocks).
Multi-blocks are used at the sending side.
• Message size
The maximum receivable message size is 32 kbytes.
• Interleaving
The receiving side supports interleaving and block interleaving.
The sending side uses interleaving and block interleaving.
The maximum number of simultaneously open transactions is 16. If the maximum number is
exceeded, SxF0 (abort transmission) is sent.
• Device ID
The number of device IDs used is 1. Device IDs are specified in the setting mode.
• Block numbers
With a single block, the block number is either 1 or 0. For multi-block transmission, the numbers 1 to
128 are used. The block number for a single block is set in the setting mode.
• Treatment of the systems byte
The system byte comprises the source ID and the transaction ID.
The source ID is a fixed value and is specified in the setting mode.
The initial value of the transaction ID is 1 and the maximum value is 0xFFFF. The value is incremented
from the first message transmission.
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• Storing
The method for storing in the BUSY status, e.g. because the internal buffer is full, is to use NAK transmission.
• Processing for time-out detection
At T3 and T4 time-outs, the time-out is notified by the S9F9 message.
• SECS parameters
Item
Default setting
Double block detection yes/no 1
Range
Setting Unit
1: The header of the block currently being received is
compared with the correct block received immediately
before, and double blocks are detected.
0: Double block detection is not performed.
Source ID
0
0 to 32767
1
Single block No.
1
0, 1
-
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SECTION 6
Appendix
Support Attributes
CIDRW attribute definitions
Attribute names
Basic items Configuration
SECS Protocol Specifications SECTION 6
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Request
Format and mounting
Y
20 "00"-"31"
The number of heads connected
when the system power is turned
ON (automatic recognition)
Substate of current CIDRW RO
alarms
Y
20
Substate of current CIDRW RO
operations
Y
SoftwareRevisionLevel
Software revision (version) RO
Y
20 6byte
"VVV.RR"
(VVV = version, RR = revision)
CarrierIDOffset
The position of the offset,
referenced to the first byte
of the carrier ID in the tag.
RW
N
20 00-15
However, (CarrierIDOffset +
CarrierIDLength) ≤ 16.
CarrierIDlength
The number of bytes in the
carrier ID (if there are any
non-visible ASCII characters in the carrier ID, the
CIDRW returns an error to
the host controller.
RW
N
20 01-16
However, (CarrierIDOffset +
CarrierIDLength) ≤ 16.
DateInstalled
Date on which the subsystem was installed
RW
N
20 8 bytes
All " " (space) on shipping
DeviceType
CIDR / CIDRW classification
RO
N
20 5 bytes
"CIDRW"
HardwareRevisionLevel
Hardware revision number
RO
N
20 6 bytes
"VVV.RR"
(VVV = version, RR = revision)
MaintenanceData
Supplier dependent
RW
N
20 80 bytes
All " " (space) on shipping
Manufacturer
Manufacturer's name or ID RO
N
20 17 bytes
"OMRON Corporation"
ModelNumber
Model name according to
the maker
RO
N
20 6 bytes
"L22 "
SerialNumber
System serial number
RO
N
20 max. 20 bytes
(Not supported by the CIDRW)
OperationalStatus
Number of CIDRW Heads
Access
RO
AlarmStatus
Option
Description
"0" = no alarm
"1" = alarm has occurred
20
"IDLE"
"BUSY"
"MANT"
SECTION 6
Appendix
Reader/writer head attribute definition
Attribute names
Basic items HeadStatus
Description
Current status
Access
RO
Request
Y
Format and mounting
20
"IDLE"
"BUSY"
"NOOP"
Option
HeadID
Head number 1 to 31
RO
Cycles
Number of read/write oper- RO
ations executed
N
54 (unsigned 4-byte integer)
(Not supported by the Reader/
Writer Head)
HeadCondition
Maintenance status
N
20
RO
Y
20
(multi)
"01"-"31"
("00" indicates the CIDRW itself,
so cannot be used.)
HeadDateInstalled
Date on which the head
was installed
RO
N
20 "YYYYMMDD"
(Not supported by the Reader/
Writer Head)
HeadMaintenanceData
Supplier dependent
N
N
20
(Not supported by the Reader/
Writer Head)
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"NO": No alarm
"NM": Status in which normal
operation is not possible
and maintenance is necessary
"RW": Read/write error
"RT": Read/write error rate
(Not supported by the
Reader/Writer Head)
"NP": Status of power supply and
connection errors
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Appendix
ASCII Code Table
Leftmost
bits
b8 - b5
0000
1001
0010 0011 0100 0101 0110
0
1
2
3
4
NUL
TC7(DLE)
0111 1000 1101 1010 1011 1100 1101 1110
1111
Rightmost bits
Row
b4 - b1
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
ASCII Code Table SECTION 6
Line
132
0000
0
(SP)
0
@
P
`
p
0001
1
TC1(SOH) DC1
!
1
A
Q
a
q
0010
2
TC2(STX)
DC2
"
2
B
R
b
r
s
0011
3
TC3(ETX)
DC3
#
3
C
S
c
0100
4
TC4(EOT)
DC4
$
4
D
T
d
t
0101
5
TC5(NEQ) TC8(NAK)
%
5
E
U
e
u
0110
6
TC6(ACK)
&
6
F
V
f
v
0111
7
BEL
TC10(ETB)
'
7
G
W
g
w
1000
5
FE0(BS)
CAN
(
8
H
X
h
x
1001
9
FE1(HT)
EM
)
9
I
Y
i
y
1010
10
FE2(LF)
SUB
*
:
J
Z
j
z
1011
11
FE3(VT)
ESC
+
;
K
[
k
{
1100
12
FE4(FF)
IS4(FS)
,
<
L
\
l
|
1101
13
FE5(CR)
IS3(GS)
-
=
M
]
m
}
1110
14
S0
IS2(RS)
.
>
N
^
n
ÅP
1111
15
S1
IS1(US)
/
?
O
_
o
DEL
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TC9(SYN)
Undefined
Undefined
Undefined
SECTION 6
Appendix
Protective Construction
IP-
is governed by the test methods described below. Check in advance the seal characteristics under
the actual environment and conditions of use.
IP is the abbreviation of International Protection.
■ IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission)
Standard (IEC60529: 1989-11)
(A) First numeral in code: Class of protection against entry of solid foreign material
Class
Degree of protection
0
No protection
50 mm dia.
2
12.5 mm dia.
3
Protected against access by solid objects with a diameter of 50 mm or greater (e.g. human hands).
Protected against access by solid objects with a diameter of 12.5 mm or greater (e.g. fingers).
Protected against access by wires and solid bodies with a diameter of 2.5 mm or greater.
2.5 mm
4
1 mm
Protected against access by wires and solid bodies with a diameter of 1 mm or greater.
5
Entry of volumes of dust that would cause difficulties in normal operation of devices or compromise
safety is prevented.
6
Entry of dust is prevented.
SECTION 6 Protective Construction
1
(B) Second numeral of code: Class of protection against the entry of water
Class
Degree of protection
Outline of test methods (tests using water)
0
No special protection
No protection against the
entry of water.
No test
1
Protection against droplets
of water
The product suffers no ill
effects from droplets of water
falling vertically onto it.
Water droplets are
sprayed onto the product
from directly above for 10
minutes by water droplet
exposure test apparatus.
The product suffers no ill
effects from droplets of water
directed at it at an angle of up
to 15° to vertical.
The water droplet exposure test apparatus is set
to 15° from vertical and
water droplets sprayed
onto the product for 10
minutes (total of 25 minutes in each direction).
2
Protection against droplets
of water
200 mm
200 mm
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Class
Protective Construction SECTION 6
Outline of test methods (tests using water)
3
Protection against spraying
water
4
Protection against splashing The product suffers no ill
water
effects from water splashed
on it from all directions.
5
Protection against water
jets
6
134
Degree of protection
7
8
Protection against powerful
jets of water
Protection against immersion in water
Protection against
immersion in water
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User’s Manual
The product suffers no ill
effects from a water spray
directed at it at up to 60° from
vertical.
Using the test apparatus
shown in the figure to the
right, water is sprayed
from both directions, onto
both sides of the product,
at angles up to 60° from
vertical for 10 minutes.
0.07 L/min.
per hole in the
spray nozzle
Using the test apparatus
shown in the figure to the
right, water is splashed
onto the product from all
directions for 10 minutes.
0.07 L/min.
per hole in the
spray nozzle
The product suffers no ill
Using the test apparatus
effects from a water jet aimed shown in the figure to the
directly at it from all directions. right, a water jet is directed
at the product from all
directions for 1 minute per
square meter of outer casing, with a minimum total
exposure of 3 minutes.
Water does not enter the
product when a powerful jet of
water is directed at it from all
directions.
Using the test apparatus
shown in the figure to the
right, a water jet is directed
at the product from all
directions for 1 minute per
square meter of outer casing, with a minimum total
exposure of 3 minutes.
No entry of water on
immersion in water at the
stipulated pressure for the
stipulated time.
Immerse in water for 30
minutes at a depth of 1
meter (when the height of
the apparatus is less than
850 mm).
The product can be used
while continually immersed in
water.
Depends on arrangements made between the
manufacturer and the user
of the product.
2.5 to 3 m
Diameter of spray
nozzle head: φ6.3
2.5 to 3 m
Diameter of spray
nozzle head: φ12.5
1m
SECTION 6
Appendix
Index
A
I
23, 30
94
16
132
Amplifier Unit
Amplifier Unit Indicators
Amplifier Unit V640-HAM12
ASCII Code Table
ID Tag ´ CIDRW System Communications Test 62
IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission)
Standard (IEC60529
1989-11)
133
Influence of Background Metal on ID Tag
25
Influence of Background Metals (Reference Only)
120
B
25
22
Influence of Noise
Installation
84
Byte Write
L
C
105
M
Maps of Communications Areas (Reference Only)
106
Message Specifications
66
Mounting
25
Multi-connection port
41
Mutual Interference Distances (Reference Only)
118
N
SECTION 6 Index
CIDRW Controller
22, 27
CIDRW Controller V700-L21
15
CIDRW Head
24
CIDRW Head V640-HS61
17
CIDRW Systems that Conform to SEMI Standards
(SEMI E99, E5, E4)
13
Coaxial Mounting
106, 107, 112, 113
Command
79
Command/Response Format
77
Communications Distance Characteristics vs. Ambi124
ent Noise
Communications Test
61
Communications Time
121
Component Names and Functions
15
Connections and Wiring
27
Connector for connecting a CIDRW Head
30
Controller Indicators
88
26, 37
18
88, 94
Link Unit
Link unit V700-L11
List of Error Messages
Change the data segment area
49
Change the response time-out time
52
Changing the Position of the Mode Switch on the
44
Bottom of the Unit
Characteristic Data depending on Conditions of Use
86
86
89
NAK
Noise measurement
Normal Operation Mode
O
D
24
125
Data Reading and Writing
Data Segment Area
89, 95
127
Operation Check Flowchart
Operation Model
P
F
Parallel Mounting
108, 109, 114, 115
Positional Relationship between the CIDRW Head
and the ID Tag
24
Power Supply
37
Power Supply and Grounding Wires
27, 30
Protective Construction
133
Protocol Specifications
128
13
19
Features
Flowchart for Getting Started
For Coaxial Installation
118
For Face-to-Face Installation
119
For Parallel Installation
119
From Installation to Trial Operation
From Trial Operation to Communications
95
97
Host Connection Port
38
H
R
READ
Regular Inspection
RESET
Return to the Normal Operation mode
RS-232C Port
RS-485 Port
80
126
86
54
32
35
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Appendix
Index
S
Same Write
83
SECS port
28
SECS Protocol Specifications
127
Sending a Switching Command from the Host De45
vice
Set the Communications Conditions for Amplifier
57
Units
Set the Communications Conditions for Link Units
59
Set the Communications Conditions for the CIDRW
44
Controller
Set the parameters for the communications condi46
tions
Setting Mode
92
Specifications and Dimensions
100
Specifications for Each Stream/Function
68
Start the terminal software
45
Support Attributes
130
Switch to the Setting mode
44
System Configuration
14
Index SECTION 6
T
TEST
85
Test for Communications with the Host Device 61
V
Vertical Mounting
110, 111, 116, 117
W
What is a CIDRW System?
12
When SECS is Not Used
61, 64, 77, 94
When SECS is Used
14, 61, 62, 66, 88
When the Mode is Selected by a Command Sent
54
from the Host Device
When the Mode is Selected with the Mode Switch
on the Bottom of the Unit
54
WRITE
81
136
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Revision History
A manual revision code appears as a suffix to the catalog number on the front cover of the manual.
Cat. No. Z218-E1-01A
Revision code
The following table outlines the changes made to the manual during each revision. Page numbers refer to the previous
version.
Revision code
Date
Revised content
01
January 2005
Original production
01A
January 2008
Page 5: Added section on communications with the host device and
section on a startup precaution.
Pages 46 and 55: Corrected default setting for double block detection
to "0."
Pages 67and 79: Added "CHECK" items.
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