User manual 6
Your Global Automation Partner
BL ident® RFID System
Engineering
User Manual
Contents
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About this manual
6
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Target groups
Explanation of symbols
Other documents
Naming convention
Feedback about these instructions
6
6
7
7
7
2
About the Product
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2.1
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
2.1.5
2.2
2.3
Identification of components
BL ident® interface – type code
BL ident® read/write heads – type code
BL ident® tags – type code
BL ident® connection technology – type code
BL ident® handhelds – type code
Legal requirements
Manufacturer and service
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8
10
11
12
13
14
14
3
For your safety
14
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Intended use
Obvious misuse
General safety instructions
Notes on Ex protection
14
14
15
15
4
System description
16
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
System features
System design
Operating principle
Typical application areas
HF RFID and UHF RFID compared
BL ident® – system levels and programming environments
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19
20
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System components
21
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.1.5
5.1.6
5.1.7
5.1.8
5.1.9
5.1.10
5.1.11
5.1.12
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
BL ident® interfaces
21
Type code
21
Features23
Design of BL ident® interfaces
24
Operating principle
25
Interface sets – gateways (BL20 and BL67)
26
Interface sets – RFID modules (BL20 and BL67)
27
Compact interface – BL compact
29
Functions and operating modes
30
Operating and indication elements
31
Available device types
32
Possible combination of interfaces/gateways and RFID modules
44
Accessories47
BL ident® HF read/write heads
48
Type code
48
Features of the HF read/write heads
49
Design of the BL ident® read/write heads
49
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Contents
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5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
5.2.7
5.2.8
5.2.9
5.3
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
5.3.4
5.3.5
5.3.6
5.3.7
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.4.4
5.4.5
5.4.6
5.4.7
5.4.8
5.4.9
5.5
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.5.3
5.5.4
5.5.5
5.5.6
5.6
5.6.1
5.6.2
5.6.3
5.6.4
5.6.5
5.6.6
5.6.7
5.6.8
5.6.9
5.6.10
5.7
5.7.1
5.7.2
5.7.3
5.7.4
5.8
5.8.1
5.8.2
Operating principle
50
Functions and operating modes
50
Operating and indication elements
51
Available device types
52
Combination of HF read/write heads and HF tags
57
Accessories – HF read/write heads
67
BL ident® HF tags
71
Type code 71
Features of the HF tags
72
Design of BL ident® tags
73
Operating principle
73
User data areas of tags
74
Available device types
75
Accessories87
BL ident® UHF read/write heads
89
Type code
89
Features of the UHF read/write heads
90
Design of the BL ident® read/write heads
90
Operating principle
91
Firmware status
91
Operating and indication elements
92
Available device types
93
Combination of UHF read/write heads and tags
95
Accessories97
BL ident® UHF tags
98
Type code
98
Features of the UHF tags
99
Design of BL ident® tags
100
Operating principle
100
User data areas of tags
101
Available device types
108
BL ident® handhelds
115
Type code 115
Features of TA handhelds
115
Features of SMART handhelds
115
Design of BL ident® handhelds
116
Operating principle of TA handhelds
116
Operating/indication elements of TA handhelds
116
Functions and operating modes of TA handhelds
116
Customized software solutions
118
Available device types
119
Accessories121
BL ident® connection technology
122
Type code
122
Features123
Design of BL ident® connection technology
123
Available device types
124
BL ident® Simulator
129
BL ident® HF Simulator
129
BL ident® UHF Simulator
130
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Planning and preparing the use of a BL ident® system
132
6.1
6.1.1
Clarify requirements of HF applications
Transmission frequency
132
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Lifespan of the tags
132
Degree of protection
132
Compatibility133
Transmission zone and read/write distance
134
Minimum distance of tag and read/write head
134
Permissible motion direction and alignment of the tags
134
Reading and writing in static mode
134
Reading and writing in dynamic mode (on the fly)
135
Read time/write time
135
Passing speed
138
Read/write distance
139
Dwell time of the tag
139
Calculating the max. quantity of user data in single mode
140
Minimum distance between two tags in single mode
140
Minimum distance between two tags in multiple access
140
Clarifying the requirements of UHF applications
141
Transmission frequency
141
Lifespan of the tags
141
Degree of protection
142
Compatibility142
Transmission zone and read/write distance
143
Minimum distance of tag and read/write head
144
Permissible motion direction and alignment of the tags
144
Reading and writing in static mode with UHF
144
Reading and writing in dynamic mode (on the fly) with UHF
144
Read time/write time
144
Passing speed
145
Read/write distance
145
Dwell time of the tag
146
Minimum distance between two tags in single mode
146
Requirements for multiple access
147
Interaction with several read/write heads
147
Effect on UHF RFID systems
153
Electromagnetic waves – Reflections and interference
153
Reducing the effect of reflections and interference
153
Effect of liquids and non-metallic substances
153
Effect of third party components
154
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
155
Electromagnetic compatibility – definition
155
Cause of electromagnetic interference
155
Basic measures for ensuring EMC
156
Possible disturbance factors and countermeasures in RFID applications
160
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Maintenance160
8
Repair160
8.1
Returning devices
9
Disposal160
10
EC Conformity/Approvals
161
10.1
10.2
10.3
BL ident® interfaces/sets
HF read/write heads
UHF read/write heads
161
162
163
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Glossary164
160
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6.1.2
6.1.3
6.1.4
6.1.5
6.1.6
6.1.7
6.1.8
6.1.9
6.1.10
6.1.11
6.1.12
6.1.13
6.1.14
6.1.15
6.1.16
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.2.4
6.2.5
6.2.6
6.2.7
6.2.8
6.2.9
6.2.10
6.2.11
6.2.12
6.2.13
6.2.14
6.2.15
6.2.16
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
6.4.4
About this manual
1
About this manual
This manual describes the setup, the functions and use of the system and helps you to plan and
design the system for its intended purpose.
Read this manual carefully before using the system. This will prevent the risk of personal injury
or damage to property or equipment. Keep this manual safe during the service life of the system. If the system is passed on, hand over this manual as well.
1.1
Target groups
This manual is designed for use by suitably qualified and trained personnel and must be read
and followed by anyone entrusted with any of the following tasks:
■■Unpacking and mounting
■■Commissioning
■■Setting
■■Testing and maintenance
■■Troubleshooting
■■Disassembly and disposal
1.2
Explanation of symbols
Warnings related to actions are placed in front of potentially dangerous operating steps and are
indicated with graphical symbols. Each warning is introduced with a warning symbol and a key
word expressing the severity of the danger. The instructions must be observed in all cases:
DANGER
DANGER indicates an immediate hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will result in
death or serious injury.
WARNING
WARNING indicates a possible hazardous situation with the risk of death or serious
injury if it is not prevented.
NOTICE
NOTICE indicates a situation that may cause possible damage to property if it is not
prevented.
NOTE
NOTE indicates tips, recommendations and important information. The notes simplify
work, contain information on particular operating steps and help to avoid additional
work resulting from incorrect procedures.
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➤
MANDATORY ACTION
This symbol denotes actions that the user must carry out.
➥
RESULT OF ACTION
This symbol denotes the relevant results of actions and procedures.
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1.3
Other documents
Besides this document the following material can be found in the Turck product database at
www.turck.com:
■■D101578 - Commissioning in PROFIBUS-DP
■■D101639 – Commissioning in CODESYS for programmable gateways
■■D101641 – Commissioning in DeviceNet™
■■D101643 – Commissioning in EtherNet/IP™
■■D101647 – Commissioning in PROFINET
■■D101762 - Commissioning in CANopen
■■D500032 – BL ident® Software TA-HF
■■D500050 – BL ident® Software TA-UHF
■■D500034 – PD-IDENT…TA BL ident® handheld
■■D500037 – Commissioning in Modbus TCP
■■Product-specific data sheets (see www.turck.com)
The free Turck BL ident® simulator for optimizing and simulating an application is available at
www.turck.com.
1.4
Naming convention
Common synonyms for “tags” are “data carriers”, “transponders” and “mobile data memory”.
Read/write heads are also called “transceivers”.
1.5
Feedback about these instructions
BL ident RFID System – Engineering
We make every effort to ensure that these instructions are as informative and as clear as possible. If you have any suggestions for improving the design or if some information is missing in
the document, please send your suggestions to [email protected]
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About the Product
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About the Product
BL ident® is a modular RFID system for use in industrial environments. The system allows HF
technology (13.56 MHz) and UHF technology (865…928 MHz) to be run in parallel. The system
consists of several components and levels that can be flexibly combined:
■■Interfaces
The interfaces consist of a gateway for connecting to a network and RFID I/O modules for
connecting the read/write heads. The BL67 (field mounting) and BL20 (control cabinet
mounting) modular I/O systems and the BL compact fieldbus modules (field mounting) provide the basic system.
■■Read/write heads for the HF and UHF range
■■Tags for the HF and UHF range
■■Connection cables
■■Handhelds for the mobile writing and reading of data (optional)
2.1
Identification of components
2.1.1
BL ident® interface – type code
Modular interface sets in IP20 and IP67
Type code – example
T I – BL67 – PG – DP – S – 2
Type code – explanation
T I
–
Interface set
Device Type
I
Interface set:
gateway and RFID modules
DP Fieldbus
1
8
–
Modular I/O system
BL20 cabinet mounting (IP20)
BL20-E cabinet mounting (IP20)
ECONOMY version
BL67 field application (IP67)
TURCK RFID system BL ident®
Fieldbus
CO
DN
DP/DPV1
EC
EN
EN-IP
PN-AC
BL67 Modular I/O system
–
S Communication
Communication
blank data transfer via function block
(PIB) in the control unit or
programmable Gateway
S
data transfer via I/O
communication
CANopen
DeviceNet™
PROFIBUS-DP
EtherCAT®
Modbus TCP1
EtherNet/IP™
PROFINET IO + AIDA
PG Programmable gateway
–
Programmable gateway
PG Programmable gateway
–
2 Number of channels
Number of channels
2 2 channels for 2 read/write heads
4 4 channels for 4 read/write heads
6 6 channels for 6 read/write heads
8 8 channels for 8 read/write heads
TI-BL67-EN-S-x and TI-BL20-EN-S-x
with multiprotocol: Modbus TCP,
EtherNet/IP™ and PROFINET
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Compact interfaces – BL compact for BL ident®
Type code – example
BLCDP – 2 M12 S T – 2RFID-A – 8DI-PD
Type code – explanation
BLCDP Compact I/O system
–
BLC – compact I/O system for
field application (IP67),fieldbus
type:
BLCDN DeviceNet™
BLCDP PROFIBUS-DP
BLCCO CANopen
2 M12 S T Housing
Connector for
power supply
T
separate
M12 connector
blank no separate
connector
Housing size
S
small housing
93 x 71 x 32.5
M
middle housing
113 x 71 x 32.5
L
large housing
168 x 71 x 32.5
–
2RFID-A RFID communication
–
RFID communication
2RFID-A data transmission
via function block
(PIB)
2RFID-S data transmission
via I/O
communication
Connector type
M8
connector M8 x 1
M12 connector
M12 x 1
M16 connector
M16 x 0.75
Number of connectors
1
2
4
6
8
16
1 connector
2 connnectors
4 connnectors
6 connnectors
8 connnectors
16 connnectors
8DI-PD Inputs/Outputs
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Inputs/Outputs
8XSG-PD 8 digital inputs/
outputs, configurable,
PNP, diagnostics
8DI-PD
8 digital inputs, PNP,
diagnostics
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2.1.2
BL ident® read/write heads – type code
Type – Example:
T N LR … – Q80 – H1147 – Ex
Type – Description:
T N LR … Read/write head
–
Working frequency
blank 13.56 MHz
865
865…868 MHz
902
902…928 MHz
840/ 840.5…844.5
920
MHz &
920.5…924.5
MHz
902/ 902…907 MHz
915
& 915…928
MHz
917
917…920.8
MHz
Special range
LR
long range
SLR
super long
range
Read/write heads,
mounting condition
B
flush
mountable
N
non-flush
mountable
TURCK RFID-System
BL ident®
Q80 Housing
Housing
CK40
–
rectangular
40 x 40 x 65 mm,
variable orientation of
active face
EM18WD Gewinde M18, stainless
steel, wash down (IP69K)
EM30WD Gewinde M30, stainless
steel, wash down (IP69K)
M18
thread M18
M30
thread M30
Q08
rectangular,
32 x 20 x 8 mm
Q14
rectangular
55.5 x 30 x 14 mm
Q42TWD rectangular,
68 x 42,5 x 42,5 mm,
active face on top,
wash down (IP69K)
Q80
rectangular,
114 x 80 x 40 mm
Q80L400 rectangular,
400 x 80 x 25 mm
Q80WD
rectangular,
83 x 102 x 40 mm,
wash down (IP69K)
Q120L130 rectangular,
120 x 130 x 60 mm
Q175
rectangular,
175 x 200 x 60 mm
Q350
rectangular,
370 x 350 x 20 mm
S32XL
ring shaped,
180 x 120 x 32 mm
H1147 Connector type
/
Connector
0.15-RS4.47T pigtail (150
mm) with male
connector M12
H1147
connector
M12 x 1
H1147L
connector
M12 x 1, lateral
V1147
connector M8
Ex Approvals
Approvals
Ex approval for Ex-Area
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2.1.3
BL ident® tags – type code
Type – Example:
T W … – Q51 – M – HT – B128 – Ex
Type – Description:
T W … Data carrier
–
Working frequency
blank
13.56 MHz
865-868 865…868 MHz
865-928 865…928 MHz
860-960 860…960 MHz
902-928 902…928 MHz
Data carrier,memory access
W
read/write
R
read only
TURCK RFID-System BL ident®
HT High temperature (optional)
–
Housing
BD10X1.5-19 screw housing,
plastic, M10 x 1.5,
wrench size 19 mm
BS10X1.5-19 screw housing,
metal/
plastic, M10 x 1.5,
wrench size 19 mm
BV10X1.5-19 screw housing,
stainless steel/
plastic, M10 x 1.5,
wrench size 19 mm
I…
inlay & dimensions
L…
label & dimensions
Q…L…
rectangular &
diameter
Q51
rectangular &
lateral lenght:
51 mm
R…
round & diameter
B128 Memory capacity total
Memory capacity total (size)
B… … Byte
K… … kByte
M Features
–
Features
C
cheque card format
F
foil data carrier
M for direct mounting on metal
MF for direct mounting on metal,
foil shielded
P
paper data carrier
–
Ex Approvals
Approvals
Ex Approval for Ex-Area
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High temperature
HT High temperature
–
Q51 Housing
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2.1.4
BL ident® connection technology – type code
Type code – example
… – RK4.5T – 5 / S2500
Type code – explanation
… Usage
–
Usage
FB–
Food & Beverage type;
resistant to all common acid
and alkaline detergents and
disinfectants; IP67 and IP69K
RK4.5T Connector type
Connector type
RK4.5T female straight; 5-pin
WK4.5T female angled; 5-pin
RS4.5T male straight; 5-pin
–
5 Cable length
/
Cable length
0.3 0.3 m
2
2m
5
5m
10 10 m
25 25 m
50 50 m
S2500 Connector quality
Connector quality
S2500 standard version:
cable: UL 20963; cable jacket:
PUR, yellow, qualified for
drag chain use, oil-resistant,
highly flexible
S2503 economic version:
cable: UL 20549; cable jacket:
PUR, black; qualified for
drag chain use, oil-resistant,
flexible
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Type Code
Handheld
2.1.5
BL ident®
handhelds – type code
PD-IDENT – UHF – S2D – RWB TA – … – 865-868
PD-IDENT TURCK handheld
–
TURCK handheld
RWB TA Interface / Design
Design
TW TURCK Workabout Pro 3,
Industrial Design
TA TURCK Advance
Workabout Pro 4,
Industrial Design
UP TURCK UP, Economy
Design
UHF Frequency range
–
Frequency range
HF HF frequency range
UHF UHF frequency range
–
… Special variants
Special variants
SMART Device without monitor, max.
4 controls
S2D Barcode scanner
–
Barcode scanner
L1D Laser barcode scanner 1D
S1D Imager barcode scanner 1D
S2D Imager barcode scanner 2D
–
865-868 Operating frequency
Operating frequency
865-868 865…868 MHz: e. g. EU
915-920 915…920 MHz: e. g. US
920-925 920…925 MHz: e. g.
CN
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Interface
R
RFID reader
W WLAN
B
Bluetooth
S
Barcode scanner
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For your safety
2.2
Legal requirements
The following EU guidelines are relevant for the system:
■■2004/108/EC (EMC Directive)
■■2006/95/EC (Low-Voltage Directive)
■■94/9/EC (ATEX Directive)
■■1999/5/EC (R&TTE Directive)
The system consists of different components which do not all comply with the same directives
and which are also developed and manufactured according to different standards. Refer to the
relevant EC declarations of conformity to find the relevant directives and standards for individual components. The EC declarations of conformity are available for download from the Turck
product database at www.turck.com.
2.3
Manufacturer and service
Turck supports you in your projects – from the initial analysis right through to the commissioning of your application. The Turck product database offers you several software tools for programming, configuring or commissioning, as well as data sheets and CAD files in many export
formats. You can access the Product Database directly via the following address:
www.turck.de/products
For further inquiries in Germany contact the Sales and Service Team on:
Sales: +49 208 4952-380
Technical:+49 208 4952-390
For overseas inquiries contact your national Turck representative.
Hans Turck GmbH & Co. KG
Witzlebenstraße 7
45472 Mülheim an der Ruhr
Germany
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For your safety
The system is designed according to the latest state-of-the-art technology. Residual hazards,
however, still exist.
Observe the following safety instructions in order to avoid hazards.
Turck accepts no liability for damage caused by failure to observe these safety instructions.
3.1
Intended use
The Turck BL ident® system is used for the contactless exchange of data between a tag and a
read/write head for identifying objects in industrial environments.
Any other use is not in accordance with the intended use and may cause injury to persons and
possible damage. Turck is not liable for damage arising from improper use of the system.
3.2
Obvious misuse
The system is not suitable for the protection of persons and property and must not be used in
safety-related applications.
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3.3
General safety instructions
Any incorrect use of the system may cause accidents.
■■The system must only be fitted, installed, operated and maintained by trained and qualified
personnel. When using the device in Ex circuits, the user must also have an additional knowledge of explosion protection (EN 60079-14 etc.).
Only
use the system in compliance with the applicable national and international regulations,
■■
standards and laws.
Faulty repairs may cause device failure and accidents.
■■Do not intervene in system components or convert them.
■■Send the devices to Turck for repair.
Any extended stay within the area of radiation of the UHF read/write heads may be harmful to
health.
■■Observe minimum distances from the actively radiating surface of the UHF read/write head:
Region
max. permissible total radiant
output power
Safety distance
Europe, Russia
2 W ERP (according to ETSI)
0.24 m
USA/Canada, Brazil
4 W EIRP
> 0.30 m
The radiation of the UHF read/write heads may have an adverse effect on the operation of electrically controlled medical equipment.
■■Keep an additional distance from active radiation sources up to the maximum transmission
distance.
3.4
Notes on Ex protection
BL ident RFID System – Engineering
If explosion protection measures are not implemented, there is a direct risk of explosion.
■■Observe national and international regulations for explosion protection.
■■Only use the device within the stated operating and ambient conditions (see technical data
and Ex approval specifications).
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System description
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System description
BL ident® is a modular RFID system for use in industrial environments. The system allows HF
technology (13.56 MHz) and UHF technology (865…928 MHz) to be run in parallel. The system
consists of several components and levels that can be flexibly combined:
■■Interfaces:
Interfaces
The interfaces consist of a gateway for connecting to a network and RFID I/O modules for
connecting the read/write heads. The BL67 (field mounting) and BL20 (control cabinet
mounting) modular I/O systems and the BL compact fieldbus modules (field mounting) provide the basic system.
■■Read/write heads for the HF and UHF range
■■Tags for the HF and UHF range
■■Connection cables
■■Handhelds for the mobile writing and reading of data (optional)
4.1
System features
■■Modular system structure
■■Can be used flexibly in different application areas
■■Multiple combination options for tags, read/write heads and interface sets
■■HF systems (13.56 MHz) and UHF systems (860…960 MHz) can be used in parallel
■■Compatible with different fieldbus controller systems
■■Tags and read/write heads with a high degree of protection (IP67/IP69K) available
■■Interface sets in IP20 and IP67
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4.2
System design
The Turck BL ident® RFID system has a modular design and consists of at least one interface
for communication with the higher-level controller, one read/write head and one tag. Different variations are possible on each level, for example, in terms of the fieldbus system used or
in terms of protection degree. This enables the BL ident® to be adapted easily to the particular
requirements of an application and integrated into existing plant configurations. Standard software modules are available to ensure straightforward system integration and startup.
PLC/PC
Compact interface
BL compact (IP67)
Modular interface set
BL20 (IP20)
Modular interface set
BL67 (IP67)
BL ident®
D
Read/write devices
Air Interface
Data carriers
BL ident® – modular system design on different levels
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Fig. 1:
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System description
4.3
Operating principle
RFID (radio frequency identification) is a contactless process for the automatic identification of
static or moving objects by means of alternating electromagnetic fields. It uses, for example,
the serial number of the object, which is stored on a mobile tag (transponder) and is read without contact by a read/write head (transceiver) over a distance of up to several meters. The RFID
technology also enables multiple objects to be identified simultaneously; a direct line of sight
connection between the tag and the read/write head is not necessary.
The interface sends the commands (e.g. read the serial number of the tags in the field) received
from a higher-level controller to the read/write head. The read/write head codes the commands, sends them via the air interface to the tag and supplies the tag with power. The tag
contains information which is transferred to the read/write head. The data is sent back via the
interface to the controller. The Turck BL ident® system allows HF technology (13.56 MHz) and
UHF technology (865…928 MHz) to be run in parallel on an interface.
4.4
Typical application areas
The BL ident® system can be used in different industrial sectors:
■■Automotive industry
■■Transport
■■Machine building
■■Food and beverage
■■Chemical industry
■■Pharmaceutical industry
■■Petrochemical industry
The following applications are possible:
■■Assembly lines
■■Materials handling
■■Industrial production
■■Warehouse management
■■Logistics
■■Distribution
■■Component picking
■■Transport logistics
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4.5
HF RFID and UHF RFID compared
Different factors must be taken into consideration for the use of RFID systems. These are different for HF systems and UHF systems. The following table shows some important factors.
HF
UHF
Transmission frequency
13.56 MHz (worldwide standard)
860…960 MHz (country specific)
International standards
ISO 15639
ISO 18000-6C/Gen2
ETSI EN 302208
Transmission principle
Inductive coupling in the electromagnetic near field
Radiated electromagnetic wave in the
far field
Range
average, up to approx. 1 m
high, up to several meters
Transmission zone of the read/write
head
fixed
adjustable
Field distribution in the operating range
homogeneous magnetic field
normally inhomogeneous electromagnetic field
Speed of data transmission
high
very high
Detection of multiple tags per second
(bulk capability)
up to approx. 20 tags
up to approx. 200 tags
Effects and interference from materials
through metal
through metal and liquid (depending
on the dielectric constant and liquid
content)
Effect of physical environmental conditions (e.g. shielding, reflection, absorption, interruption)
little effect
great effect
Memory size of the tags
128 bytes…9 Kbytes
24 bytes…1 kbyte
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Typical air interface
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4.6
BL ident® – system levels and programming environments
Fieldbus
RFID Level
RFID Interface
Control
Gateway
RFID Electronic
module
Direct access by user
via PC
Direct access by user
via PC
Direct access by user
via PC
Siemens control:
Create program,
configure system and
connect gateway via
software/programming
environment:
TIA-Portal V13 (S7-1500)
TIA-Portal V12 (S7-1200)
STEP7 V5.5 (S7-300/400)
BLxx-PG:
Create a program for
control tasks and
configure system via
software/programming
environment CODESYS 2
BLxx-2RFID-A
(acyclic services with
function module PIB)
Depending on the
fieldbus system: testing
and/or parameter
adjustment via: Control
or programmable
gateway (PG)
VT250:
Create program via
software/programming
environment: CODESYS 3
Allen-Bradley:
Create program,
configure system and
connect gateway via
software/programming
environment:
Rockwell RSLogix 5000
Further manufacturers:
Create program,
configure system and
connect gateway via
vendor-specific
software/programming
environment
Fig. 2:
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Assign IP address via
TURCK IP address tool
PACTware™
BLxx-GW:
Programming not
possible
Assign IP address using
TURCK IP address tool
PACTware™, Webserver
BLxx-2RFID-S
(only cyclical services)
Depending on the
system: testing and/or
parameter adjustment:
PACTware™ + DTM
Read/write head
Data carrier
HF
Parameterization via
RFID electronic module
Adjust any existing
functions via read/write
head or RFID electronic
module
UHF
Configure basic settings
via RFID electronic
module
Advanced parameterization via RDemo/
WebConfig
PROFINET
Set device name via
software/programming
environment:
TIA-Portal V13 (S7-1500)
TIA-Portal V12 (S7-1200)
STEP7 V5.5 (S7-300/400)
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5.1
BL ident® interfaces
5.1.1
Type code
Modular interface sets in IP20 and IP67
Type code – example
T I – BL67 – PG – DP – S – 2
Type code – explanation
T I
Interface set
–
Device Type
I
Interface set:
gateway and RFID modules
Fieldbus
CO
DN
DP/DPV1
EC
EN
EN-IP
PN-AC
S Communication
Communication
blank data transfer via function block
(PIB) in the control unit or
programmable Gateway
S
data transfer via I/O
communication
PG Programmable gateway
–
Programmable gateway
PG Programmable gateway
–
2 Number of channels
Number of channels
2 2 channels for 2 read/write heads
4 4 channels for 4 read/write heads
6 6 channels for 6 read/write heads
8 8 channels for 8 read/write heads
TI-BL67-EN-S-x and TI-BL20-EN-S-x
with multiprotocol: Modbus TCP,
EtherNet/IP™ and PROFINET
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1
–
CANopen
DeviceNet™
PROFIBUS-DP
EtherCAT®
Modbus TCP1
EtherNet/IP™
PROFINET IO + AIDA
–
Modular I/O system
BL20 cabinet mounting (IP20)
BL20-E cabinet mounting (IP20)
ECONOMY version
BL67 field application (IP67)
TURCK RFID system BL ident®
DP Fieldbus
BL67 Modular I/O system
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Compact interfaces in IP67 – BL compact for BL ident®
Type code – example
BLCDP – 2 M12 S T – 2RFID-A – 8DI-PD
Type code – explanation
BLCDP Compact I/O system
–
BLC – compact I/O system for
field application (IP67),fieldbus
type:
BLCDN DeviceNet™
BLCDP PROFIBUS-DP
BLCCO CANopen
2 M12 S T Housing
Connector for
power supply
T
separate
M12 connector
blank no separate
connector
Housing size
S
small housing
93 x 71 x 32.5
M
middle housing
113 x 71 x 32.5
L
large housing
168 x 71 x 32.5
–
2RFID-A RFID communication
–
RFID communication
2RFID-A data transmission
via function block
(PIB)
2RFID-S data transmission
via I/O
communication
Connector type
M8
connector M8 x 1
M12 connector
M12 x 1
M16 connector
M16 x 0.75
Number of connectors
1
2
4
6
8
16
1 connector
2 connnectors
4 connnectors
6 connnectors
8 connnectors
16 connnectors
8DI-PD Inputs/Outputs
Inputs/Outputs
8XSG-PD 8 digital inputs/
outputs, configurable,
PNP, diagnostics
8DI-PD
8 digital inputs, PNP,
diagnostics
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5.1.2
Features
■■Interface sets for mounting in the control cabinet (BL20)
■■Interface sets for mounting directly in the field (BL67)
■■Compact interfaces (fieldbus interfaces) with RFID interface and I/Os for mounting in the field
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(BL compact)
Interface
sets for Ex applications (BL20)
■■
Fieldbus
interface
for PROFIBUS-DP, DeviceNet™, CANopen, PROFINET, Modbus TCP, Ether■■
Net/IP™, EtherCAT®
■■Up to 16 channels per interface
■■CODESYS programmable gateways
■■Cable length to the read/write head up to 50 m
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5.1.3
Design of BL ident® interfaces
The BL20 (IP20) and BL67 (IP67) modular interfaces as well as the BL compact (IP67) interfaces
are available for the BL ident®system.
The modular interface sets consist of a gateway and one or several RFID modules, which can
also be expanded at a later time. Depending on the type of fieldbus up to 16 channels can be
fitted. One RFID module each with an electronic module and a base module are required for
every two channels.
Fig. 3:
BL ident® interface sets in IP20 as standard and ECO version (BL20)
Fig. 4:
BL ident® interfaces in IP67 (BL67)
The compact BL compact interfaces combine the functions of gateway and I/O electronics in
a fully encapsulated IP67 housing. Interfaces designed exclusively for connecting read/write
heads and also for the additional connection of field devices such as sensors or actuators are
available.
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44,5
44,5
32,5
32,5
82 ±1
93
71
157 ±1
168
71
Fig. 5:
5.1.4
Compact BL ident® interfaces in IP67 (BL compact)
Operating principle
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The BL ident® interfaces connect the RFID system with the higher-level controller system (PLC
or PC). The interfaces are provided with a gateway with a fieldbus interface and fieldbus-independent I/O electronics with an RFID interface. The RFID system is connected to the (existing)
fieldbus system via the fieldbus interface; the read/write heads are connected to the interface
via the RFID interface. Modular expandable interfaces (interface sets) with protection to IP67
(BL67) and IP20 (BL20), as well as compact, non-modular stations with protection to IP67 (BL
compact) can be selected.
The gateways are equipped with fieldbus interfaces such as for PROFIBUS-DP, EtherNet/IP™,
Modbus TCP, DeviceNet™, PROFINET, CANopen and EtherCAT®. The gateways exchange the process data between the fieldbus and RFID system and also generate diagnostics information for
the controller. To relieve the load on the controller, programmable gateways can also be used
which autonomously perform control and diagnostic tasks locally. In this case, the function
block required for the control tasks is run in the programmable gateway.
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5.1.5
Interface sets – gateways (BL20 and BL67)
The gateway connects the RFID modules with the fieldbus and varies according to the fieldbus
system used. It handles the entire process data traffic and generates diagnostic information for
the higher-level controller as well as for the parameter software.
Programmable gateways can also take over autonomous control tasks.
LED
LED
32
72.6
114.8
74.4
50.6
Fig. 6:
26
77.5
75
129.5
33.5
145
13
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5.1.6
Interface sets – RFID modules (BL20 and BL67)
The individual RFID modules of the modular BL ident® interface each consist of a passive base
module and an RFID electronic module.
The base modules contain the connection technology for field devices such as read/write
heads, sensors and actuators. The following base modules are suitable for use in the BL ident®
system:
■■BL20 system (degree of protection IP20)
ūūBL20-S4T-SBBS (cage clamp terminal): for standard and ECO gateways – contained as standard in the BL20 interface sets
ūūBL20-S4S-SBBS (screw terminal): only for standard gateways
■■BL67 system (degree of protection IP67)
ūūBL67-B-2M12 (M12 male connector terminal)
128,9
145
12,6
Fig. 7:
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Base module for BL20 (left) and BL67 (right)
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The RFID electronic modules are used as I/O modules. The electronic modules are fitted to the
base modules and are independent of the field wiring. During startup or maintenance, the electronic modules can be fitted without having to disconnect the field wiring.
The BL ident® system comprises two types of electronic module:
■■BLxx-2RFID-S modules (Simple RFID) for simple I/O communication
■■BLxx-2RFID-A modules (Advanced RFID) for use with function blocks and with programmable
gateways
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LED
74,1
73,1
128,9
12,6
Fig. 8:
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5.1.7
Compact interface – BL compact
The BL compact range includes compact modules with RFID interfaces for connecting read/
write heads to the automation infrastructure. The modules are available either as pure 2 or
4-channel RFID blocks or as a combination of a signal group with two RFID channels with a second signal group, e.g. with digital I/O channels for detecting trigger signals or controlling ports
(8XSG-PD module).
Functions of BL compact modules
Compact BL ident® interfaces in IP67 (BL compact)
BL ident® interface – type
(Gateway + I/O communication)
Fieldbus
Type
…2RFID-A:
Function
Type
…2RFID-S:
BLCDP-2M12MT-2RFID-A
BLCDP-2M12MT-2RFID-S
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-A-8DI-PD
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-S-8DI-PD
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-A-8XSG-PD
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-S-8XSG-PD
2 × read/write head
x
2 × read/write head +
2 × digital input
2 × read/write head +
8 × digital input/output
(configurable)
x
DeviceNet™
BLCDN-2M12S-2RFID-S
BLCDN-4M12L-2RFID-S-2RFID-S
BLCDN-6M12LT-2RFID-S-8XSG-PD
2 × read/write head
4 × read/write head
2 × read/write head +
8 × digital input/output
(configurable)
x
x
x
CANopen
BLCCO-2M12S-2RFID-S
BLCCO-2M12T-2RFID-S-8XSG
2 × read/write head
2 × read/write head +
8 × digital input/output
(configurable)
x
x
Multiprotocol:
Modbus TCP
and
EtherNet/IP™
BLCEN-2M12LT-2RFID-S
2 × read/write head
PROFIBUS-DP
x
x
x
x
x
44,5
44,5
32,5
82 ±1
93
71
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32,5
157 ±1
168
71
Fig. 9:
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BL compact modules (example PROFIBUS-DP): only for read/write heads (left) and with additional digital
channels (right)
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5.1.8
Functions and operating modes
BLxx-2RFID-S modules
■■Read and write 8 bytes per channel
■■Integration possible in any network as the data is treated like I/Os
■■Fast processing speed due to low complexity
BLxx-2RFID-A modules
■■16 Kbyte memory per channel for processing large data volumes
■■Read and write commands can be saved in the module to shorten the reaction time.
■■PIB function block for integrating PROFIBUS and PROFINET networks as well as for use with
programmable gateways
Processing
of tags up to 32 Kbytes
■■
Firmware status
The following table describes the current firmware versions of the interfaces (date: 2016/02):
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Device
Firmware version
BL67-2RFID-S
SR48 (available on request)
BL67-2RFID-A
SR48 (available on request)
BL20-2RFID-S
SR48 (available on request)
BL20-2RFID-A
SR48 (available on request)
BL20-GW-DPV1
FW1.27 (available at www.turck.com)
BL20-E-GW-DP
FW V1.27 (available at www.turck.com)
BL20-GWBR-DNET
FW V7.05 (available at www.turck.com)
BL20-E-GW-DN
FW V2.4 (available at www.turck.com)
BL20-E-GW-CO
FW V4.22 (available at www.turck.com)
BL20-GW-EN
FW 2.0.5.0 (available at www.turck.com)
BL20-PG-EN
FW V2.1.1.0 (available at www.turck.com)
BL20-GW-EN-IP
FW V2.9.0.7 (available at www.turck.com)
BL20-PG-EN-IP
FW V2.10.0.3 (available at www.turck.com)
BL20-E-GW-PN
V1.0.0.2 (available at www.turck.com)
BL20-E-GW-EC
FW V1.1.1.0 (available at www.turck.com)
BL67-GW-DPV1
FW V1.27 (available at www.turck.com)
BL67-GW-DP
FW-V1.51 (available at www.turck.com)
BL67-GW-DN
FW-V7.05 (available at www.turck.com)
BL67-GW-EN
V3.1.2.0 (available at www.turck.com)
BL67-PG-EN
FW V2.1.1.0 (available at www.turck.com)
BL67-PG-EN-IP
FW V2.10.0.3 (available at www.turck.com)
BL67-GW-EN-PN
FW 1.0.0.7 (available at www.turck.com)
BLCDP-2M12MT-2RFID-A
FW 1.06 (available on request)
BLCDP-2M12MT-2RFID-S
FW 1.06 (available on request)
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-A-8DI-PD
FW 1.06 (available on request)
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-S-8DI-PD
FW 1.06 (available on request)
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-A-8XSG-PD
FW 1.06 (available on request)
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5.1.9
Device
Firmware version
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-S-8XSG-PD
FW 1.06 (available on request)
BLCDN-2M12S-2RFID-S
FW 1.06 (available on request)
BLCDN-4M12L-2RFID-S-2RFID-S
FW 1.06 (available on request)
BLCDN-6M12LT-2RFID-S-8XSG-PD
FW 1.06 (available on request)
BLCCO-2M12S-2RFID-S
FW 1.06 (available on request)
BLCCO-2M12T-2RFID-S-8XSG
FW 1.06 (available on request)
BLCEN-1MT12LT-2RFID-S
FW 1.06 (available on request)
Operating and indication elements
The interfaces feature the following indication elements:
LED
Gateways
(BL20 and BL67)
RFID electronic
modules
(BL20 and BL67)
Compact interfaces
(BL compact)
x
Group and bus fault
x
Status
x
x
x
Diagnostics
x
x
x
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5.1.10 Available device types
BL67 interface sets
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL67-DN-S-2
TI-BL67-DN-S-4
TI-BL67-DN-S-6
Ident no.
1545114
1545115
1545116
Fieldbus
DeviceNet™
DeviceNet™
DeviceNet™
Number of channels
2
4
6
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL67-DN-S-8
TI-BL67-DPV1-2
TI-BL67-DPV1-4
Ident no.
1545117
1545028
1545029
Fieldbus
DeviceNet™
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
Number of channels
8
2
4
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL67-DPV1-6
TI-BL67-DPV1-8
TI-BL67-DPV1-S-2
Ident no.
1545030
1545031
1545106
Fieldbus
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
Number of channels
6
8
2
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Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL67-DPV1-S-4
TI-BL67-DPV1-S-6
TI-BL67-DPV1-S-8
Ident no.
1545107
1545108
1545109
Fieldbus
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
Number of channels
4
6
8
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL67-EN-2
TI-BL67-EN-4
TI-BL67-EN-6
Ident no.
7030610
7030611
7030612
Fieldbus
PROFINET
PROFINET
PROFINET
Number of channels
2
4
6
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL67-EN-8
TI-BL67-EN-S-2
TI-BL67-EN-S-4
Ident no.
7030613
1545150
1545151
Fieldbus
PROFINET
Modbus TCP,
EtherNet/​IP™, PROFINET
Modbus TCP,
EtherNet/​IP™, PROFINET
Number of channels
8
2
4
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Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL67-EN-S-6
TI-BL67-EN-S-8
TI-BL67-PG-DP-2
Ident no.
1545152
1545153
1545061
Fieldbus
Modbus TCP,
EtherNet/​IP™, PROFINET
Modbus TCP,
EtherNet/​IP™, PROFINET
PROFIBUS-DP
Number of channels
6
8
2
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Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL67-PG-DP-4
TI-BL67-PG-DP-6
TI-BL67-PG-DP-8
Ident no.
1545062
1545063
1545064
Fieldbus
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
Number of channels
4
6
8
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL67-PG-DP-S-2
TI-BL67-PG-DP-S-4
TI-BL67-PG-DP-S-6
Ident no.
1545094
1545095
1545096
Fieldbus
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
Number of channels
2
4
6
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL67-PG-DP-S-8
TI-BL67-PG-EIP-S-2
TI-BL67-PG-EIP-S-4
Ident no.
1545097
1545102
1545103
Fieldbus
PROFIBUS-DP
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
Number of channels
8
2
4
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL67-PG-EIP-S-6
TI-BL67-PG-EIP-S-8
TI-BL67-PG-EN-2
Ident no.
1545104
1545105
1545065
Fieldbus
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
Modbus TCP
Number of channels
6
8
2
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Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL67-PG-EN-4
TI-BL67-PG-EN-6
TI-BL67-PG-EN-8
Ident no.
1545066
1545067
1545068
Fieldbus
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
Number of channels
4
6
8
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL67-PG-EN-IP-2
TI-BL67-PG-EN-IP-4
TI-BL67-PG-EN-IP-6
Ident no.
1545069
1545070
1545071
Fieldbus
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
Number of channels
2
4
6
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL67-PG-EN-IP-8
TI-BL67-PG-EN-S-2
TI-BL67-PG-EN-S-4
Ident no.
1545072
1545098
1545099
Fieldbus
EtherNet/IP™
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
Number of channels
8
2
4
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL67-PG-EN-S-6
TI-BL67-PG-EN-S-8
Ident no.
1545100
1545101
Fieldbus
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
Number of channels
6
8
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BL20 interface sets
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-PG-EN-S-8
TI-BL20-PG-EN-S-6
TI-BL20-PG-EN-S-4
Ident no.
1545089
1545088
1545087
Fieldbus
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
Number of channels
8
6
4
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-PG-EN-S-2
TI-BL20-PG-EN-IP-S-8
TI-BL20-PG-EN-IP-S-6
Ident no.
1545086
1545093
1545092
Fieldbus
Modbus TCP
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
Number of channels
2
8
6
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-PG-EN-IP-S-4
TI-BL20-PG-EN-IP-S-2
TI-BL20-PG-EN-IP-8
Ident no.
1545091
1545090
1545060
Fieldbus
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
Number of channels
4
2
8
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-PG-EN-IP-6
TI-BL20-PG-EN-IP-4
TI-BL20-PG-EN-IP-2
Ident no.
1545059
1545058
1545057
Fieldbus
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
EtherNet/IP™
Number of channels
6
4
2
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Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-PG-EN-8
TI-BL20-PG-EN-6
TI-BL20-PG-EN-4
Ident no.
1545056
1545055
1545054
Fieldbus
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
Modbus TCP
Number of channels
8
6
4
Dimension drawing
LED
129,5
74,1
LED
129,5
74,1
75
75
80,6
93,2
Type
TI-BL20-PG-EN-2
TI-BL20-E-PN-S-8
TI-BL20-E-PN-S-6
Ident no.
1545053
7030474
7030473
Fieldbus
Modbus TCP
PROFINET
PROFINET
Number of channels
2
8
6
Dimension drawing
LED
LED
129,5
74,1
129,5
74,1
LED
75
75
129,5
74,1
75
68
55,4
93,2
Type
TI-BL20-E-PN-S-4
TI-BL20-E-PN-S-2
TI-BL20-E-PN-8
Ident no.
7030472
7030471
7030470
Fieldbus
PROFINET
PROFINET
PROFINET
Number of channels
4
2
8
Dimension drawing
129,5
74,1
LED
129,5
74,1
LED
75
75
75
80,6
93,2
129,5
74,1
68
Type
TI-BL20-E-EN-S-8
TI-BL20-E-EN-S-6
TI-BL20-E-EN-S-4
Ident no.
7030633
7030632
7030631
Fieldbus
Modbus TCP,
EtherNet/​IP™, PROFINET
Modbus TCP,
EtherNet/​IP™, PROFINET
Modbus TCP,
EtherNet/​IP™, PROFINET
Number of channels
8
6
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Dimension drawing
LED
129,5
74,1
129,5
74,1
LED
75
129,5
74,1
LED
75
75
55,4
80,6
93,2
Type
TI-BL20-E-EN-S-2
TI-BL20-E-EN-8
TI-BL20-E-EN-6
Ident no.
7030630
7030617
7030616
Fieldbus
Modbus TCP,
EtherNet/​IP™, PROFINET
PROFINET
PROFINET
Number of channels
2
8
6
Dimension drawing
LED
LED
129,5
74,1
129,5
74,1
75
75
129,5
74,1
LED
75
68
55,4
93,2
Type
TI-BL20-E-EN-4
TI-BL20-E-EN-2
TI-BL20-E-EC-S-8
Ident no.
7030615
7030614
7030482
Fieldbus
PROFINET
PROFINET
EtherCAT
Number of channels
4
2
8
Dimension drawing
LED
129,5
74,1
LED
75
LED
129,5
74,1
129,5
74,1
75
75
80,6
68
55,4
Type
TI-BL20-E-EC-S-6
TI-BL20-E-EC-S-4
TI-BL20-E-EC-S-2
Ident no.
7030481
7030480
7030479
Fieldbus
EtherCAT
EtherCAT
EtherCAT
Number of channels
6
4
2
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-E-DPV1-S-8
TI-BL20-E-DPV1-S-6
TI-BL20-E-DPV1-S-4
Ident no.
1545129
1545128
1545127
Fieldbus
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
Number of channels
8
6
4
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Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-E-DPV1-S-2
TI-BL20-E-DPV1-8
TI-BL20-E-DPV1-6
Ident no.
1545126
1545125
1545124
Fieldbus
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
Number of channels
2
8
6
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-E-DPV1-4
TI-BL20-E-DPV1-2
TI-BL20-E-DN-S-8
Ident no.
1545123
1545122
1545133
Fieldbus
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
DeviceNet™
Number of channels
4
2
8
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-E-DN-S-6
TI-BL20-E-DN-S-4
TI-BL20-E-DN-S-2
Ident no.
1545132
1545131
1545130
Fieldbus
DeviceNet™
DeviceNet™
DeviceNet™
Number of channels
6
4
2
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-E-CO-S-8
TI-BL20-E-CO-S-6
TI-BL20-E-CO-S-4
Ident no.
1545137
1545136
1545135
Fieldbus
CANopen
CANopen
CANopen
Number of channels
8
6
4
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Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-E-CO-S-2
TI-BL20-DPV1-S-8
TI-BL20-DPV1-S-6
Ident no.
1545134
1545077
1545076
Fieldbus
CANopen
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
Number of channels
2
8
6
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-DPV1-S-4
TI-BL20-DPV1-S-2
TI-BL20-DPV1-8
Ident no.
1545075
1545074
1545007
Fieldbus
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
Number of channels
4
2
8
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-DPV1-6
TI-BL20-DPV1-4
TI-BL20-DPV1-2
Ident no.
1545006
1545005
1545004
Fieldbus
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
Number of channels
6
4
2
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-DN-S-8
TI-BL20-DN-S-6
TI-BL20-DN-S-4
Ident no.
1545081
1545080
1545079
Fieldbus
DeviceNet™
DeviceNet™
DeviceNet™
Number of channels
8
6
4
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Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-DN-S-2
TI-BL20-EN-PN-S-2
TI-BL20-EN-PN-S-4
Ident no.
1545078
1545146
1545147
Fieldbus
DeviceNet™
PROFINET
PROFINET
Number of channels
2
2
4
Dimension drawing
Type
TI-BL20-EN-PN-S-6
TI-BL20-EN-PN-S-8
Ident no.
1545148
1545149
PROFINET
PROFINET
6
8
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BL compact interfaces
Dimension drawing
44,5
32,5
44,5
32,5
44,5
32,5
71
71
71
82 ±1
93
157 ±1
168
157 ±1
168
Type
BLCDN-2M12S-2RFID-S
BLCDN-6M12LT-2RFID-S-​
8XSG-PD
BLCDN-4M12L-2RFID-S-​
2RFID-S
Ident no.
6811002
6811049
6811055
Fieldbus
DeviceNet™
DeviceNet™
DeviceNet™
Number of channels
2
2/8
2/2
Dimension drawing
44,5
32,5
44,5
32,5
71
44,5
32,5
71
102 ±1
113
71
157 ±1
168
157 ±1
168
Type
BLCDP-2M12MT-2RFID-A
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-A-​
8DI-PD
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-A-​
8XSG-PD
Ident no.
6811166
6811173
6811174
Fieldbus
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
Number of channels
2
2/8
2/8
Dimension drawing
44,5
32,5
44,5
32,5
71
44,5
32,5
71
102 ±1
113
71
157 ±1
168
157 ±1
168
Type
BLCDP-2M12MT-2RFID-S
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-S-​
8DI-PD
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-S-​
8XSG-PD
Ident no.
6811177
6811178
6811179
Fieldbus
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
PROFIBUS-DP
Number of channels
2
2/8
2/8
Dimension drawing
44,5
32,5
44,5
32,5
44,5
32,5
71
71
71
82 ±1
93
102 ±1
113
157 ±1
168
Type
BLCCO-2M12S-2RFID-S
BLCCO-6M12LT-2RFID-S-​
8XSG-P
BLCEN-2M12MT-2RFID-S
Ident no.
6811300
6811303
6811450
Fieldbus
CANopen
CANopen
Modbus TCP,
EtherNet/​IP™, PROFINET
Number of channels
2
2/8
2
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Dimension drawing
44,5
32,5
71
102 ±1
113
BLCEN-2M12MT-2RFID-A
Ident no.
6811484
Fieldbus
Modbus TCP,
EtherNet/​IP™, PROFINET
Number of channels
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5.1.11 Possible combination of interfaces/gateways and RFID modules
The modular design of BL ident® enables a combination of gateways and RFID electronic
modules to suit the application. Different functions can be used depending on the combination
selected. The following combinations are possible:
Gateway
RFID electronic
module
PIB function block
BLxx-GW-…
BLxx-2RFID-A
for Siemens-CPU S7-300/400, S7-1200. S7-1500, PIB in the controller
BLxx-PG-…
BLxx-2RFID-A
programmable with CODESYS, PIB in the programmable gateway
BLxx-GW-…
BLxx-2RFID-S
PIB not necessary, due to simple 8-byte I/O communication
The following tables show the possible combinations of BL20 and BL67 gateways with the
relevant RFID modules. Turck offers interface sets with cage clamp terminals or 2, 4, 6 or 8 read/
write heads for all combination options.
Combination of BL20 gateways and RFID modules
BL ident® Interface (set): Gateway and electronic modules (each with base module) – degree of protection IP20
Fieldbus
Interface (set)
Gateway
Type
x = Number of
channels
Type
TI-BL20-DPV1-x
TI-BL20-DPV1-S-x
TI-BL20-E-DPV1-x
TI-BL20-E-DPV1-S-x
BL20-GW-DPV1
BL20-GW-DPV1
BL20-E-GW-DP
BL20-E-GW-DP
DeviceNet™
TI-BL20-DN-S-x
TI-BL20-E-DN-S-x
BL20-GWBR-DNET
BL20-E-GW-DN
x
x
CANopen
TI-BL20-E-CO-S-x
BL20-E-GW-CO
x
Modbus TCP
TI-BL20-E-EN-x
TI-BL20-PG-EN-x
TI-BL20-PG-EN-S-x
BL20-E-GW-EN
BL20-PG-EN
BL20-PG-EN
x
x
x
TI-BL20-EIP-S-x
TI-BL20-PG-EIP-x
TI-BL20-PG-EIP-S-x
BL20-GW-EN-IP
BL20-PG-EN-IP
BL20-PG-EN-IP
x
x
x
TI-BL20-E-PN-x
TI-BL20-E-PN-S-x
BL20-E-GW-PN
BL20-E-GW-PN
EtherCAT®
TI-BL20-E-EC-S-x
BL20-E-GW-EC
Multiprotocol:
PROFINET,
Modbus TCP
and
EtherNet/IP™
TI-BL20-EN-x
BL20-GW-EN
PROFIBUS-DP
EtherNet/IP™
PROFINET
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TI-BL20-EN-S-x
Electronic modules
Gateway
programmable
BL20-2RFID-A
PIB function block
BL20-2RFID-S
8-byte I/O
communication
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
(only PROFINET)
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Combination of BL67 gateways and RFID modules
BL ident® Interface (set): Gateway and electronic modules (each with base module) – degree of protection IP67
Fieldbus
Interface (set)
Gateway
Type
x = Number of
channels
Type
TI-BL67-DPV1-x
TI-BL67-DPV1-S-x
TI-BL67-PG-DP-x
TI-BL67-PG-DP-S-x
BL67-GW-DPV1
BL67-GW-DPV1
BL67-PG-DP
BL67-PG-DP
DeviceNet™
TI-BL67-DN-S-x
BL67-GW-DN
Multiprotocol:
PROFINET,
Modbus TCP
and
EtherNet/IP™
TI-BL67-EN-S-x
TI-BL67-EN-x
BL67-GW-EN
BL67-GW-EN
Modbus TCP
TI-BL67-PG-EN-x
TI-BL67-PG-EN-S-x
BL67-PG-EN
BL67-PG-EN
x
x
x
TI-BL67-PG-EIP-x
TI-BL67-PG-EIP-S-x
BL67-PG-EN-IP
BL67-PG-EN-IP
x
x
x
PROFINET
TI-BL67-EN-PN-x
BL67-GW-EN-PN
x
PROFINET
+ AIDA
connection
technology
TI-BL67-PN-AC-x
TI-BL67-PN-AC-S-x
BL67-GW-EN-AC
BL67-GW-EN-AC
x
Profibus-DP
EtherNet/IP™
Electronic
modules
Gateway
programmable
BL67-2RFID-A
PIB function block
BL67-2RFID-S
8-byte I/O
communication
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
(only PROFINET)
x
x
x
PIB function block - variants and programming environment
Software
CODESYS V2
CODESYS V3
STEP7 V5.5
S7-TIAportal V12
S7-TIAportal V13
Hardware
RFID-A
RFID-A
RFID-A
RFID-A
RFID-A
x
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
S7-300/400 CPU
–
–
x
x
x
S7-1200 CPU
–
–
–
x
x
S7-1500 CPU
–
–
–
x
x
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Selection aid for the interface sets
Criterion
Combination
BLxx-GW-…
BLxx-2RFID-A
BLxx-GW-…
BLxx-2RFID-S
BLxx-PG-…
BLxx-2RFID-A
BLxx-PG-…
BLxx-2RFID-S
Siemens CPU
recommended
possible with ≤ 8
bytes per command
(alternatively: several
commands for transferring all data)
possible
(for relieving the central controller)
possible
CPU of other
manufacturers
not possible
possible with ≤ 8
bytes per command
(alternatively: several
commands for transferring all data)
possible
possible
fast data transmission in
movement
possible depending
on parameters
recommended
depending on
parameters
possible
recommended
≤ 8 bytes per command
only recommended
with Siemens CPU
recommended
possible
possible
> 8 bytes per command
only possible with
Siemens CPU
possible with sufficient dwell time
(multiple commands
required for data
transmission)
recommended
possible
Single tag
(single detection)
only possible with
Siemens CPU
possible
possible
possible
Multitag
(bulk reading)
only possible with
Siemens CPU
not possible
possible
not possible
Lock block
(write protection of a specific block on the tag)
only possible with
Siemens CPU
possible
possible
possible
Tune transmitter
(Tune read/write head to
ambient conditions)
only possible with
Siemens CPU
possible
possible
possible
Password function
only possible with
Siemens CPU
possible
possible
possible
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5.1.12 Accessories
Dimension drawing Type
Ident no.
Description
BL20-2RFID-S
6827306
BL ident® RFID electronic module
BL67-2RFID-S
6827305
BL ident® RFID electronic module
BL20-2RFID-A
6827233
BL ident® RFID electronic module
BL67-2RFID-A
6827225
BL ident® RFID electronic module
BL67-B-2M12
6827186
Used for RFID, 4 DI, 4 ​DO, AI and AO with
2 × M12 connections
BL20-S4T-SBBS
6827046
Used for electronic module RFID, 4DI, AI ​
(apart from Thermo), 2DO-R ​and 1CNT,
with cage clamp terminal
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5.2
BL ident® HF read/write heads
5.2.1
Type code
Type – Example:
T N LR … – Q80 – H1147 – Ex
Type – Description:
T N LR … Read/write head
–
Working frequency
blank 13.56 MHz
865
865…868 MHz
902
902…928 MHz
840/ 840.5…844.5
920
MHz &
920.5…924.5
MHz
902/ 902…907 MHz
915
& 915…928
MHz
917
917…920.8
MHz
Special range
LR
long range
SLR
super long
range
Read/write heads,
mounting condition
B
flush
mountable
N
non-flush
mountable
TURCK RFID-System
BL ident®
Q80 Housing
Housing
CK40
–
rectangular
40 x 40 x 65 mm,
variable orientation of
active face
EM18WD Gewinde M18, stainless
steel, wash down (IP69K)
EM30WD Gewinde M30, stainless
steel, wash down (IP69K)
M18
thread M18
M30
thread M30
Q08
rectangular,
32 x 20 x 8 mm
Q14
rectangular
55.5 x 30 x 14 mm
Q42TWD rectangular,
68 x 42,5 x 42,5 mm,
active face on top,
wash down (IP69K)
Q80
rectangular,
114 x 80 x 40 mm
Q80L400 rectangular,
400 x 80 x 25 mm
Q80WD
rectangular,
83 x 102 x 40 mm,
wash down (IP69K)
Q120L130 rectangular,
120 x 130 x 60 mm
Q175
rectangular,
175 x 200 x 60 mm
Q350
rectangular,
370 x 350 x 20 mm
S32XL
ring shaped,
180 x 120 x 32 mm
H1147 Connector type
/
Connector
0.15-RS4.47T pigtail (150
mm) with male
connector M12
H1147
connector
M12 x 1
H1147L
connector
M12 x 1, lateral
V1147
connector M8
Ex Approvals
Approvals
Ex approval for Ex-Area
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5.2.2
Features of the HF read/write heads
■■Fully encapsulated and robust read/write heads
■■Variants in rectangular and cylindrical designs
■■Read/write heads also for Ex applications (ATEX) and food applications (wash-down, IP69K)
■■Read/write distances depending on ambient conditions up to 1000 mm
5.2.3
Design of the BL ident® read/write heads
M18 x 1
56
72
24/4
LED
9
M12 x 1
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5.2.4
Operating principle
The BL ident® read/write heads are used for contactless data exchange with the BL ident® tags.
For this the controller sends commands and data via the BL ident® interface to the read/write
head and receive the corresponding response data from the read/write head. The reading of
the IDs of all RFID tags in the read area or the writing of an RFID tag with a specific production
date are examples of typical commands. To communicate with the tag, the data of the read/
write head is coded and transferred via an electromagnetic field, which at the same time supplies the tags with power.
A read/write head contains a transmitter and a receiver, an interface to the BL ident® interface
and a coupling element (coil and dipole antenna) for communicating with the tag. Inductive
coupling is used with devices for the HF range and electromagnetic wave propagation is used
for the UHF range as the transmission procedure between read/write head and tag.
HF: alternating electromagnetic field
IC Data carrier
UHF: electromagnetic wave
Read/write head
Read/write head
IC Data carrier
Fig. 11: HF RFID (left) and UHF RFID (right) operating principles
The coupling element of the read/write head generates an alternating electromagnetic field
(HF) and electromagnetic waves (UHF). This produces a transmission window as a so-called air
interface in which the data exchange with the tag takes place. The size of the transmission window depends on the combination of read/write head and tags, and with UHF on the relevant
ambient conditions.
Each BL ident® read/write head can communicate with a number of BL ident® tags. This requires
the read/write head and the tag to operate in the same frequency range. The detection ranges
of the devices – depending on power and frequency – vary from a few millimeters to several
meters. The specified maximum read/write distances only represent typical values under laboratory conditions without allowing for the effect of materials. The achievable distances may be
different due to component tolerances, mounting location in the application, ambient conditions and the effect of materials (particularly metal and liquids).
5.2.5
Functions and operating modes
Special function – Automatic tuning (only with TNLR-… and TNSLR-…)
Type TNLR-… and TNSLR-… read/write heads feature the “Automatic tuning” function. After
power up, the read/write head checks whether its resonance frequency is affected by metal in
the environment. If there is an effect caused by metal, the oscillating circuit adjusts its frequency to restore the optimum resonance frequency. If the effect caused by metal is too high, the
read/write head can no longer tune the resonance frequency. The metal takes too much energy
from the field; due to the reduce range communication between the read/write head and the
tag is no longer possible.
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Firmware status
The following table describes the current firmware versions of the HF read/write heads.
5.2.6
…H1147 read/write head
Firmware version (available on request)
TB-M18-H1147
TN-M18-H1147
TB-M30-H1147
TN-M30-H1147
TN-CK40-H1147
TN-S32XL-H1147
TN-Q80-H1147
TN-Q14-0.15-RS4.47T
TB-EM18WD-H1147
TN-EM18WD-H1147
TB-EM30WD-H1147
TN-EM30WD-H1147
TN-Q08-0.15-RS4.47T
HT-IDENT-H1147
TN-Q80-H1147-EX
TB-EM18WD-H1147-EX
TN-EM18WD-H1147-EX
TB-EM30WD-H1147-EX
TN-EM30WD-H1147-EX
1v75
TNLR-Q80-H1147
TNLR-Q80-H1147-EX
3v75
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147L
5v75
TNSLR-Q42-H1147
7v75_SLR-Q42
TNSLR-Q350-H1147
7v75_SLR-Q350
Operating and indication elements
Depending on the device type, the HF read/write heads are provided with different LEDs, e.g. to
indicate the operating voltage and the operating state
LED 2
Function
continuously lit
Operating voltage switched on
flashing (1 Hz)
HF field switched off
flashing (2 Hz)
Tag within the detection range
lit yellow (with read/write
heads with automatic
tuning)
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Available device types
Dimension drawing
M18 x 1
M18 x 1
56
72
24/4
LED
M18 x 1
56
72
24/4
LED
9
56
72
24/4
LED
9
M12 x 1
9
M12 x 1
M12 x 1
Type
TB-M18-H1147
TB-EM18WD-H1147
TB-EM18WD-H1147-Ex
Ident no.
7030001
7030224
7030381
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Mounting conditions
flush
flush
flush
Housing material
metal
Stainless steel
Stainless steel
Housing length [mm]
72 72 72 Degree of protection
IP67
IP68/IP69K
IP68/IP69K
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+70 -25 …+70 -25 …+70 Special features
–
Wash-down (IP69K)
ATEX
Approvals
–
–
ATEX category II 3 G,
Ex Zone 2
ATEX category II 3 D,
Ex Zone 22
Dimension drawing
10
M18 x 1
LED
10
M18 x 1
56
72
24/4
LED
9
56
72
24/4
LED
9
M12 x 1
10
M18 x 1
56
72
24/4
9
M12 x 1
M12 x 1
Type
TN-M18-H1147
TN-EM18WD-H1147
TN-EM18WD-H1147-Ex
Ident no.
7030002
7030223
7030382
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Mounting conditions
non-flush
non-flush
non-flush
Housing material
metal
Stainless steel
Stainless steel
Housing length [mm]
72 72 72 Degree of protection
IP67
IP68 / IP69K
IP68 / IP69K
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+70 -25 …+70 -25 …+70 Special features
–
Wash-down (IP69K)
ATEX
Approvals
–
–
ATEX category II 3 G,
Ex Zone 2
ATEX category II 3 D,
Ex Zone 22
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Dimension drawing
M30 x 1,5
M30 x 1,5
36/5
36/5
46
62
LED
36/5
46
62
LED
9
46
62
LED
9
M12 x 1
Type
M30 x 1,5
9
M12 x 1
TB-M30-H1147
M12 x 1
TB-EM30WD-H1147
TB-EM30WD-H1147-Ex
Ident no.
7030003
7030221
7030385
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Mounting conditions
flush
flush
flush
Housing material
metal
Stainless steel
Stainless steel
Housing length [mm]
62 62 62 Degree of protection
IP67
IP68 / IP69K
IP68 / IP69K
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+70 -25 …+70 -25 …+70 Special features
–
Wash-down (IP69K)
ATEX
Approvals
–
–
ATEX category II 3 G,
Ex Zone 2
ATEX category II 3 D,
Ex Zone 22
Dimension drawing
M30 x 1,5
15
36/5
LED
46
LED
62
9
62
9
M12 x 1
15
36/5
46
LED
62
M30 x 1,5
15
36/5
46
9
M12 x 1
M12 x 1
Type
TN-M30-H1147
TN-EM30WD-H1147
TN-EM30WD-H1147-Ex
Ident no.
7030004
7030222
7030386
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Mounting conditions
non-flush
non-flush
non-flush
Housing material
metal
Stainless steel
Stainless steel
Housing length [mm]
62 62 62 Degree of protection
IP67
IP68 / IP69K
IP68 / IP69K
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+70 -25 …+70 -25 …+70 Special features
–
Wash-down (IP69K)
ATEX
Approvals
–
–
ATEX category II 3 G,
Ex Zone 2
ATEX category II 3 D,
Ex Zone 22
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Dimension drawing
Type
TN-Q14-0.15-RS4.47T
TN-CK40-H1147
HT-IDENT-H1147
Ident no.
7030235
7030006
7030236
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Mounting conditions
non-flush
non-flush
non-flush
Housing material
Plastic
Plastic
–
Housing length [mm]
56 65 190 Degree of protection
IP67
IP67
IP67
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+70 -25 …+70 -25 …+70 Special features
flat design
–
Flexible use
Dimension drawing
42,5
M12 x 1
52
42,5
ø 5,3
LED
22,85
2
67,7
Type
TNSLR-Q42TWD-H1147
TN-Q80-H1147
Ident no.
7030424
7030007
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Mounting conditions
non-flush
non-flush
Housing material
Plastic
Plastic
Housing length [mm]
68 92 Degree of protection
IP68 / IP69K
IP67
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+70 -25 …+70 Special features
Wash-down (IP69K), very
large range
–
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Dimension drawing
Type
TN-Q80-H1147-EX
TNLR-Q80-H1147
TNLR-Q80-H1147-EX
Ident no.
7030302
7030230
7030303
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Mounting conditions
non-flush
non-flush
non-flush
Housing material
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Housing length [mm]
92 92 92 Degree of protection
IP67
IP67
IP67
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+70 -25 …+70 -25 …+70 Special features
ATEX
–
ATEX
Approvals
ATEX category II 3 G,
Ex Zone 2
ATEX category II 3 D,
Ex Zone 22
–
ATEX category II 3 G,
Ex Zone 2
ATEX category II 3 D,
Ex Zone 22
Dimension drawing
Type
TN-S32XL-H1147
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147L
Ident no.
7030008
7030204
7030234
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
–
Plastic
Plastic
Mounting conditions
non-flush
non-flush
non-flush
Housing material
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Housing length [mm]
180 400 400 Degree of protection
IP67
IP67
IP67
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+70 -25 …+70 -25 …+70 Special features
–
suitable for ​roller conveyor
applications ​(longitudinal
or transverse alignment
possible)
suitable for ​roller conveyor
applications ​(longitudinal
or transverse alignment
possible)
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Dimension drawing
Type
27,4
40
TNSLR-Q350-H1147
83
65
LED
M12 x 1
ø 5,3
102
13
TB-Q08-0.15-RS4.47T
TNSLR-Q80WD-H1147
Ident no.
7030454
7030553
7030418
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Mounting conditions
non-flush
flush
non-flush
Housing material
Plastic
metal
Plastic
Housing length [mm]
370 32 102 Degree of protection
IP67
IP67
IP68 / IP69K
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+70 -25 …+70 -25 …+70 Special features
very large range
very flat design
Wash-down (IP69K), very
large range
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5.2.8
Combination of HF read/write heads and HF tags
Notes on operating data
The operating data is sufficient for a basic specification of the system. The relevant passing
routes can be used for a more precise examination of the combination of read/write heads and
tags. The passing routes can be obtained from Turck on request.
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NOTE
For greater simplicity, basic parameters such as the effect of metal are not included in
the operating data. Appropriate tests must be carried out before startup.
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TB-M30-H1147
7030003
TB-EM30WD-H1147
7030221
R
M
L
6.25
13
14.5
6.25
13
14.5
6.25
12.5
13.5
10
20.5
23.5
10
20.5
23.5
9
20
20
9
20
20
13.5
28
28
TW-R9.5-B128
7030252
R
M
L
5.5
13
14
5.5
13
14
5.5
11.75
13
10
20.5
22
10
20.5
22
10
20.5
21
10
20.5
21
14.5
30.5
30
TW-R9.5-K2
7030558
R
M
L
5.5
13
12.5
5.5
13
12.5
5.5
12
13.5
9.75
20.5
23.5
9.75
20.5
23.5
9
20.5
22
9
20.5
22
14
29
29
TW-R10-M-B146
7030545
R
M
L
TW-R12-M-B146
7030500
R
M
L
TW-R16-B128
6900501
R
M
L
7.5
16.75
20
7.5
16.75
20
8
16.75
18
14.75
30.5
33
14.75
30.5
33
14
28.5
27
14
28.5
27
21
42
43
TW-R16-K2
7030410
R
M
L
3.5
11
14.5
3.5
11
14.5
4
10.75
14
8.25
19.25
23
8.25
19.25
23
8
19
21
8
19
21
13
28.5
32
TW-R20-B128
6900502
R
M
L
9.75
19.5
18.5
9.75
19.5
18.5
8
16.5
18
15
29.5
28
15
29.5
28
15
29.5
29
15
29.5
29
21.5
42.5
43
TW-R20-B128-EX
7030242
R
M
L
TW-R20-K2
6900505
R
M
L
TW-R20-K2-EX
7030245
R
M
L
TW-R30-B128
6900503
R
M
L
TW-R30-B128-EX
7030243
R
M
L
TW-R30-K2
6900506
R
M
L
58
9.75
19.5
18.5
7.5
16.5
17.5
7.5
16.5
17.5
6
14.75
15.5
7.5
16.5
17.5
10
21
25
10
21
25
6
13.75
20
13.25
27
30
13.25
27
30
6
14.75
15.5
8
18.5
25.5
10
21
25
6
13.75
20
15
29.5
28
12.5
26
27
18.75
37.5
44
8
18.5
25.5
11.5
15
29.5
29
12.5
26
27
13.25
27
30
18.75
37.5
44
11
26
34
19
40
42
12.5
26
27
17
35.5
36
17
35.5
36
18.75
37.5
44
11
26
34
TN-M30-H1147
7030004
TN-EM18WD-H1147
7030223
TB-EM30WD-H1147-EX
7030385
TN-M18-H1147
7030002
TN-EM18WD-H1147-EX
7030382
TB-Q08-0.15-RS4.47T
7030553
TW-R7.5-B128
7030231
Tag
Read/write head
TB-EM18WD-H1147
7030224
recommended distance
max. distance
Length of transmission
zone at recommended
distance [mm]
TB-M18-H1147
7030001
R
M
L
TB-EM18WD-H1147-EX
7030381
Operating data – tags and read/write heads
28.5
56
59
17
35.5
36
10.5
25.5
33
10.5
25.5
33
19.5
41
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26
34
TN-M30-H1147
7030004
TB-EM30WD-H1147-EX
7030385
TB-EM30WD-H1147
7030221
TB-M30-H1147
7030003
TW-R30-K2-EX
7030246
R
M
L
TW-R30-K9
7030565
R
M
L
6.5
17.25
22
6.5
17.25
22
13.5
TW-R50-B128
6900504
R
M
L
19.5
19.5
11.5
TW-R50-B128-EX
7030244
R
M
L
TW-R50-K2
6900507
R
M
L
TW-R50-K2-EX
7030247
R
M
L
TW-R30-M-B128
7030210
R
M
L
9.5
9.5
5.5
14
20
5.5
14
20
TW-R30-M-K2
7030206
R
M
L
7
10
18
7
10
18
7
17
22.5
7
17
22.5
TW-R50-M-B128
7030209
R
M
L
8
18
22
8
18
22
10
22
22
10
22
22
15
27
22
15
27
22
20
36
34
TW-R50-M-K2
7030229
R
M
L
7
15
24
7
15
24
10
22
32
10
22
32
10
21
26
10
21
26
15
30
32
TW-R80-M-B128
7030207
R
M
L
TW-R80-M-K2
7030205
R
M
L
TW-R4-22-B128
7030237
R
M
L
3.25
11.5
16.5
3.25
11.5
16.5
8
21
27
8
21
27
8.5
21.5
26
8.5
21.5
26
13
33.5
42
TW-L80-50-P-B128
7030389
R
M
L
12
20
54
12
20
54
17
34
61
17
34
61
17
36
64
17
36
64
25
55
71
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15
32
38
15
32
38
14.5
30.5
34
14.5
30.5
34
24
48.5
53
20
45
58
20
45
58
17
41
48
17
41
48
35
70
72
19.5
17.5
17.5
10.5
25.5
33
20
45
58
8
17
40.5
52
17
40.5
52
17.5
17
41
48
13
37
48
13
37
48
17
40.5
52
2.5
9.5
15.5
30
63
68
13
37
48
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13.75
20
TN-EM18WD-H1147-EX
7030382
TN-EM18WD-H1147
7030223
TN-M18-H1147
7030002
TB-Q08-0.15-RS4.47T
7030553
TB-EM18WD-H1147-EX
7030381
TB-EM18WD-H1147
7030224
Tag
TB-M18-H1147
7030001
recommended distance
max. distance
Length of transmission
zone at recommended
distance [mm]
Read/write head
R
M
L
TB-EM30WD-H1147
7030221
R
M
L
7
7
3.5
8.5
32
65
8.5
32
65
14
32
40
14
32
40
25
62
96
TW-BD10X1.5-19-B128
6901384
R
M
L
7
15
19
7
15
19
8
16.75
15.5
15.5
30
30
15.5
30
30
14.5
28
27
14.5
28
27
21
40.5
44
TW-BS10X1.5-19-K2
6901380
R
M
L
5
10.25
13
5
10.25
13
5
10
11
6.5
15
18.5
6.5
15
18.5
7.5
15
17
7.5
15
17
8.5
20.5
23
TW-BV10X1.5-19-K2
6901382
R
M
L
5
10.25
13
5
10.25
13
5
10
11
6.5
15
18.5
6.5
15
18.5
7.5
15
17
7.5
15
17
8.5
20.5
23
TW-BS8X1.25-19-K2
7030638
R
M
L
5
10.5
13
5
10.5
13
5
10.25
12.5
6.5
15.25
19
6.5
15.25
19
6.5
15.75
21
6.5
15.75
21
8.5
21
28
TW-BS8X1.25-19-K9
7030647
R
M
L
5
10.5
13
5
10.5
13
5
10.25
12.5
6.5
15.25
19
6.5
15.25
19
6.5
15.75
21
6.5
15.75
21
8.5
21
28
TW-L18-18-F-B128
7030634
R
M
L
TW-L36-18-F-B128
7030659
R
M
L
TW-L40-P-B128
7030658
R
M
L
TWL50-50-P-B128
7030635
R
M
L
TW-L81-49-F-B128
7030260
R
M
L
TW-L108-F-B128
R
M
L
60
TN-M30-H1147
7030004
TB-M30-H1147
7030003
TB-EM30WD-H1147-EX
7030385
TN-EM18WD-H1147
7030223
TN-EM18WD-H1147-EX
7030382
TN-M18-H1147
7030002
TB-Q08-0.15-RS4.47T
7030553
TW-L86-54-C-B128
6900479
Tag
Read/write head
TB-EM18WD-H1147
7030224
recommended distance
max. distance
Length of transmission
zone at recommended
distance [mm]
TB-M18-H1147
7030001
R
M
L
TB-EM18WD-H1147-EX
7030381
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71
74
20
50
62
30
64
70
48
96
104
TW-R9.5-B128
7030252
R
M
L
14.5
30.5
30
12
27
32
18
37.5
42
18
37.5
42
38
74
76
19
47
60
36
74
82
50
100
106
TW-R9.5-K2
7030558
R
M
L
14
29
29
11.5
26
31.5
18
38.5
42
18
38.5
42
36
71
74
17
46
62
34
71
76
48
97
106
TW-R10-M-B146
7030545
R
M
L
TW-R12-M-B146
7030500
R
M
L
TW-R16-B128
6900501
R
M
L
21
42
43
17.5
39.5
42
25
50.5
53
25
50.5
53
60
110
112
40
82
84
51
100
104
76
146
158
TW-R16-K2
7030410
R
M
L
13
28.5
32
11.5
26
33
17
37
42
17
37
42
36
71
78
16
45
60
34
71
76
50
97
106
TW-R20-B128
6900502
R
M
L
21.5
42.5
43
18.5
37.5
40
28
55
54
28
55
54
60
114
110
41
82
92
54
99
106
76
140
140
TW-R20-B128-EX
7030242
R
M
L
TW-R20-K2
6900505
R
M
L
TW-R20-K2-EX
7030245
R
M
L
TW-R30-B128
6900503
R
M
L
TW-R30-B128-EX
7030243
R
M
L
TW-R30-K2
6900506
R
M
L
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19
40
42
18
37
41
19
40
42
28.5
56
59
60
114
110
20
41
46
20
41
46
18
37
41
25
50.5
52
28.5
56
59
19.5
41
50
18.5
37.5
40
30
65.5
72
53
98
102
38
72
72
38
72
72
25
50.5
52
16.5
36.5
42
53
98
102
41
82
92
76
142
144
30
59
62
54
104
104
51
96
98
30
65.5
72
48
96
96
76
142
144
30
59
62
54
99
106
31
69
78
70
130
132
51
96
98
76
140
136
48
96
96
70
130
132
110
186
176
76
140
136
54
102
104
76
140
140
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21.5
42.5
43
TNSLR-Q80WD-H1147
7030418
13
29.5
34
TNLR-Q80-H1147-EX
7030303
TN-Q80-H1147
7030007
13
29.5
34
TNLR-Q80-H1147
7030230
TNSLR-Q42TWD-H1147
7030424
11
26
30.5
TN-Q80-H1147-EX
7030302
HT-IDENT-H1147
7030236
13.5
28
28
TN-EM30WD-H1147-EX
7030386
R
M
L
TN-EM30WD-H1147
7030222
TW-R7.5-B128
7030231
Tag
Read/write head
TN-CK40-H1147
7030006
recommended distance
max. distance
Length of transmission
zone at recommended
distance [mm]
TN-Q14-0.15-RS4.47T
7030235
R
M
L
110
186
176
74
138
136
61
31
69
78
TNSLR-Q80WD-H1147
7030418
TNLR-Q80-H1147-EX
7030303
TNLR-Q80-H1147
7030230
TW-R30-K2-EX
7030246
R
M
L
TW-R30-K9
7030565
R
M
L
24
48.5
53
21
44
50
TW-R50-B128
6900504
R
M
L
35
70
72
30
63
70
TW-R50-B128-EX
7030244
R
M
L
TW-R50-K2
6900507
R
M
L
TW-R50-K2-EX
7030247
R
M
L
TW-R30-M-B128
7030210
R
M
L
16
34
30
20
40
56
TW-R30-M-K2
7030206
R
M
L
23
34
40
30
58
64
TW-R50-M-B128
7030209
R
M
L
20
36
34
20
36
34
23
46
48
23
46
48
41
72
64
25
53
66
35
58
64
36
75
80
TW-R50-M-K2
7030229
R
M
L
15
30
32
15
30
32
15
37
46
15
37
46
27
50
50
15
41
58
30
58
76
30
67
78
TW-R80-M-B128
7030207
R
M
L
25
53
68
25
53
68
46
84
76
40
76
76
50
90
90
62
114
108
TW-R80-M-K2
7030205
R
M
L
15
47
54
15
47
54
42
79
74
20
55
64
35
78
80
51
99
94
TW-R4-22-B128
7030237
R
M
L
13
33.5
42
10.5
28.5
40
20
40
50
20
40
50
51
101
104
32
72
84
40
86
98
63
128
130
TW-L80-50-P-B128
7030389
R
M
L
25
55
71
25
55
71
42
81
93
42
81
93
55
108
115
76
142
144
62
19.5
41
50
TN-Q80-H1147-EX
7030302
TN-Q80-H1147
7030007
TNSLR-Q42TWD-H1147
7030424
HT-IDENT-H1147
7030236
TN-CK40-H1147
7030006
TN-Q14-0.15-RS4.47T
7030235
Tag
TN-EM30WD-H1147-EX
7030386
recommended distance
max. distance
Length of transmission
zone at recommended
distance [mm]
TN-EM30WD-H1147
7030222
R
M
L
Read/write head
System components
85
45
96
85
45
96
66
120
120
41
83
92
65
120
124
90
164
152
100
182
180
63
122
124
98
178
176
134
240
228
35
70
72
30
63
68
54
102
104
63
122
124
26
56
70
38
81
82
38
81
82
88
162
164
57
110
112
30
63
68
98
178
176
88
162
160
57
110
112
120
218
208
88
162
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TW-BS10X1.5-19-K2
6901380
R
M
L
8.5
20.5
23
6.5
18
25
16
7
30
TW-BV10X1.5-19-K2
6901382
R
M
L
8.5
20.5
23
6.5
18
25
16
7
30
TW-BS8X1.25-19-K2
7030638
R
M
L
8.5
21
28
7
19
25
TW-BS8X1.25-19-K9
7030647
R
M
L
8.5
21
28
7
19
25
TW-L18-18-F-B128
7030634
R
M
L
TW-L36-18-F-B128
7030659
R
M
L
TW-L40-P-B128
7030658
R
M
L
TWL50-50-P-B128
7030635
R
M
L
TW-L81-49-F-B128
7030260
R
M
L
TW-L108-F-B128
R
M
L
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216
230
53
96
100
36
73
78
52
97
100
73
137
132
16
7
30
20
42
44
10
23.5
41
18
41
56
26
52
68
16
7
30
20
42
44
10
23.5
41
18
41
56
26
52
68
23
45
46
18
44
54
22
56
72
23
45
46
18
44
54
22
56
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39
41
89
170
164
TNSLR-Q80WD-H1147
7030418
21
40.5
44
57
120
124
TNLR-Q80-H1147-EX
7030303
R
M
L
90
166
180
TNLR-Q80-H1147
7030230
TW-BD10X1.5-19-B128
6901384
60
115
132
TN-Q80-H1147-EX
7030302
60
115
132
TN-Q80-H1147
7030007
21
58
96
TNSLR-Q42TWD-H1147
7030424
25
62
96
HT-IDENT-H1147
7030236
TN-CK40-H1147
7030006
R
M
L
TN-EM30WD-H1147
7030222
TW-L86-54-C-B128
6900479
Tag
Read/write head
TN-Q14-0.15-RS4.47T
7030235
recommended distance
max. distance
Length of transmission
zone at recommended
distance [mm]
TN-EM30WD-H1147-EX
7030386
R
M
L
63
TNSLR-Q350-H1147
7030545
TNLR-Q80L800-H1147
traverse 7030522
TNLR-Q80L800-H1147
longitudal 7030522
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147L
traverse 7030234
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147L
longitudal 7030234
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147
traverse 7030204
Tag
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147
longitudal 7030204
recommended distance
max. distance
Length of transmission
zone at recommended
distance [mm]
TN-S32XL-H1147
7030008
R
M
L
Read/write head
System components
TW-R7.5-B128
7030231
R
M
L
18
50
376
18
50
376
12
64
804
35
125
330
TW-R9.5-B128
7030252
R
M
L
36
76
384
36
76
384
25
80
800
40
145
330
TW-R9.5-K2
7030558
R
M
L
26
72
384
26
72
384
20
75
800
35
130
350
TW-R10-M-B146
7030545
R
M
L
TW-R12-M-B146
7030500
R
M
L
TW-R16-B128
6900501
R
M
L
40
145
810
105
250
380
TW-R16-K2
7030410
R
M
L
20
80
800
35
135
330
TW-R20-B128
6900502
R
M
L
TW-R20-B128-EX
7030242
R
M
L
TW-R20-K2
6900505
R
M
L
TW-R20-K2-EX
7030245
R
M
L
TW-R30-B128
6900503
R
M
L
TW-R30-B128-EX
7030243
R
M
L
TW-R30-K2
6900506
R
M
L
64
20
67
125
48
148
420
50
95
74
16
76
392
48
148
420
50
95
74
16
76
392
36
72
103
48
140
416
60
102
86
48
140
416
60
102
86
35
135
810
95
235
380
20
60
130
36
124
408
15
64
70
36
124
408
15
64
70
40
135
810
50
170
340
30
80
120
88
232
448
90
152
132
88
232
448
90
152
132
70
240
850
185
385
470
30
82
132
40
136
416
70
122
100
40
136
416
70
122
100
40
155
820
105
255
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R
M
L
TW-R30-K9
7030565
R
M
L
TW-R50-B128
6900504
R
M
L
TW-R50-B128-EX
7030244
R
M
L
TW-R50-K2
6900507
R
M
L
TW-R50-K2-EX
7030247
R
M
L
TW-R30-M-B128
7030210
R
M
L
10
TW-R30-M-K2
7030206
R
M
L
10
TW-R50-M-B128
7030209
R
M
L
TW-R50-M-K2
7030229
R
M
L
TW-R80-M-B128
7030207
R
M
L
30
77
398
40
77
56
25
70
390
TW-R80-M-K2
7030205
R
M
L
30
68
390
30
77
64
TW-R4-22-B128
7030237
R
M
L
10
42
118
32
116
408
TW-L80-50-P-B128
7030389
R
M
L
68
136
161
270
100
488
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152
424
50
152
424
TNSLR-Q350-H1147
7030545
TNLR-Q80L800-H1147
traverse 7030522
TNLR-Q80L800-H1147
longitudal 7030522
50
185
830
150
325
430
80
150
160
108
280
484
150
256
230
108
280
484
150
256
230
105
345
880
280
540
610
60
28
160
92
248
468
120
216
190
92
248
468
120
216
190
95
300
870
235
460
540
0
0
5
15
770
0
10
30
380
5
40
780
5
10
20
370
5
20
760
0
40
77
56
20
75
780
5
25
70
380
30
77
64
15
60
780
5
40
78
68
32
116
408
40
78
68
22
114
812
80
225
380
270
150
238
270
100
488
270
150
238
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TW-R30-K2-EX
7030246
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147L
traverse 7030234
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147L
longitudal 7030234
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147
traverse 7030204
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147
longitudal 7030204
Tag
TN-S32XL-H1147
7030008
recommended distance
max. distance
Length of transmission
zone at recommended
distance [mm]
Read/write head
R
M
L
65
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147L
traverse 7030234
TNLR-Q80L800-H1147
longitudal 7030522
75
240
480
200
345
306
75
240
480
200
345
306
75
280
860
R
M
L
TW-BD10X1.5-19-B128
6901384
R
M
L
42
136
408
TW-BS10X1.5-19-K2
6901380
R
M
L
16
TW-BV10X1.5-19-K2
6901382
R
M
L
16
TW-BS8X1.25-19-K2
7030638
TNSLR-Q350-H1147
7030545
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147L
longitudal 7030234
90
180
206
TW-L86-54-C-B128
6900479
TNLR-Q80L800-H1147
traverse 7030522
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147
traverse 7030204
Tag
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147
longitudal 7030204
recommended distance
max. distance
Length of transmission
zone at recommended
distance [mm]
TN-S32XL-H1147
7030008
R
M
L
Read/write head
System components
230
470
540
42
136
408
35
130
810
100
250
390
16
5
20
780
0
5
20
780
0
R
M
L
5
20
770
0
TW-BS8X1.25-19-K9
7030647
R
M
L
5
20
770
0
TW-L18-18-F-B128
7030634
R
M
L
TW-L36-18-F-B128
7030659
R
M
L
TW-L40-P-B128
7030658
R
M
L
TWL50-50-P-B128
7030635
R
M
L
TW-L81-49-F-B128
7030260
R
M
L
TW-L108-F-B128
R
M
L
16
.
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5.2.9
Accessories – HF read/write heads
Dimension drawing Type
Ident no.
Description
BS 18
69471
Mounting bracket for ​threaded barrel
devices; M
​ aterial: PA66‑GF
BSN 18
69472
Fixing clamp; ​Material: PA66‑GF
BST-18B
6947214
Fixing clamp for ​threaded barrel devices;
with dead stop; ​Material: P
​ A6
BST-18N
6947215
Fixing clamp for ​threaded barrel devices;
without dead stop; ​Material: ​PA6
QM-18
6945102
Quick-mount bracket with dead stop; ​
Material: Chrome-plated brass. ​Male thread
M24 × 1.5. N
​ ote: The switching distance of
the proximity switches can be reduced by
using quick-mount brackets.
BSS-18
6901320
Fixing clamp for ​smooth and threaded barrel devices; ​Material: Polypropylene
PN-M18
6905310
Impact protection nut
for ​M18x1 threaded barrel devices; ​Material: Stainless steel A2 ​1.4305 (AISI 303)
20
26
5
32
M6 x 30
DIN 912
ø 18
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MW-18
6945004
Mounting bracket for ​threaded barrel
devices; M
​ aterial: Stainless steel A2 ​1.4301
(AISI 304)
SKN/M18
69663
PTFE protective caps; ​Material PTFE; For
use in welding plants and cutting machines with flying sparks
BST-30B
6947216
Fixing clamp for ​threaded barrel devices;
with dead stop; ​Material: P
​ A6
BST-30N
6947217
Fixing clamp for ​threaded barrel devices;
without dead stop; ​Material: P
​ A6
QM-30
6945103
Quick-mount bracket with dead stop; ​
Material: Chrome-plated brass. Male thread
M36 x 1.5. N
​ ote: The switching distance of
the proximity switches can be reduced by
using quick-mount brackets.
BSS-30
6901319
Fixing clamp for ​smooth and threaded barrel devices; ​Material: Polypropylene
PN-M30
6905308
Impact protection nut
for ​M30x1 threaded barrel devices; ​Material: Stainless steel A2 ​1.4305 (AISI 303)
MW-30
6945005
Mounting bracket for ​threaded barrel
devices; M
​ aterial: Stainless steel A2 ​1.4301
(AISI 304)
22
6
M18 x 1
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SKN/M30
69664
PTFE protective caps; ​Material PTFE; For
use in welding plants and cutting machines with flying sparks
BST-UH
6947219
Base for BST-12 and ​BST-​18 fixing clamps
BST-BS
6947220
Label for BST
BSS-SPV2
6901316
Welding plate for BSS fixing clamp, ​long
BSS-TSM (2 pcs.)
6901323
DIN rail nut for BSS fixing clamp, for standard rail mounting
BST-UV
6947218
Base for BST-12 and ​BST-​18 fixing clamps
BSS-SPV4
6901347
Welding plate for BSS fixing clamp, ​long
MW-Q14/Q20
6945006
Mounting bracket for rectangular Q14 ​or
Q20; Material VA ​1.4301
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MH-​Q14MONTAGEHÜLSEN
6950011
For mounting with active face down, for ​
Q14 design
BSS-CP40
6901318
Fixing clamp for rectangular devices; ​Material: Polypropylene
MF-CK40-3S
6900483
Protective frame (U profile) ​for rectangular
CK40
MF-CK40-2S
6900482
Protective frame (bracket) ​for rectangular
CK40
MF-CK40-1S
6900481
Protective frame (one-sided) ​for rectangular CK40
SCHUTZGEHÄUSE SG40/2 ​
(ULTEM)
69497
Protective housing for rectangular CP40; ​
Material housing/cover: ULTEM; Temp. ​
resistant up to +170 °C, particularly UV and ​
ozone resistant; Degree of protection ​IP68,
5 m ws
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5.3
BL ident® HF tags
5.3.1
Type code
Type – Example:
T W … – Q51 – M – HT – B128 – Ex
Type – Description:
T W … Data carrier
–
Working frequency
blank
13.56 MHz
865-868 865…868 MHz
865-928 865…928 MHz
860-960 860…960 MHz
902-928 902…928 MHz
Data carrier,memory access
W
read/write
R
read only
TURCK RFID-System BL ident®
HT High temperature (optional)
–
Housing
BD10X1.5-19 screw housing,
plastic, M10 x 1.5,
wrench size 19 mm
BS10X1.5-19 screw housing,
metal/
plastic, M10 x 1.5,
wrench size 19 mm
BV10X1.5-19 screw housing,
stainless steel/
plastic, M10 x 1.5,
wrench size 19 mm
I…
inlay & dimensions
L…
label & dimensions
Q…L…
rectangular &
diameter
Q51
rectangular &
lateral lenght:
51 mm
R…
round & diameter
B128 Memory capacity total
Memory capacity total (size)
B… … Byte
K… … kByte
M Features
–
Features
C
cheque card format
F
foil data carrier
M for direct mounting on metal
MF for direct mounting on metal,
foil shielded
P
paper data carrier
–
Ex Approvals
Approvals
Ex Approval for Ex-Area
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HT High temperature
–
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Features of the HF tags
■■EEPROM tags with 128 byte memory, FRAM tags with 2 Kbytes or 8 Kbytes for high speeds
■■High temperature tags for use at -40…+240 °C, depending on ambient conditions
■■Autoclave tags for use in pressurized hot water vapor at 121 °C
■■Tags for direct mounting on metal
■■Open and globally applicable standards (ISO 15693)
■■Tags for Ex applications
■■Round, flat tags with 16, 20, 30 and 50 mm diameters
■■High temperature tags in cylindrical design (e.g. 22 × 125 mm)
■■Inlays and stickers in foil thickness
■■Designs for installation in and on metal
■■Tags in glass cylindrical housing
■■Tags in check card format
■■Tags with fixing holes
Memory module
Turck offers tags with EEPROM and FRAM memory. The memory size of the Turck tags is 128
bytes (user data area 112 bytes), 2 Kbytes (user data area 2000 bytes) or 9 Kbytes (user data area
7936 bytes).
■■FRAM tags (ferroelectric random access memory, non-volatile) with a 2 Kbyte memory size
can guarantee 1010 read / write operations.
FRAM
tags (ferroelectric random access memory, non-volatile) with an 8 Kbyte memory size
■■
can guarantee 1012 read / write operations.
■■EEPROM tags (Electrically erasable programmable read only memory, non-volatile) can ensure an unlimited number of read operations and 104 or 105 write operations.
The following approximate values apply to the data retention time of the memories. The values
may vary according to the type of chip.
■■1 year at 85 °C
■■10 years at 55 °C
■■120 years at 25 °C
Electrical fields have no effect on the data retention time as they are normally too low frequency to delete the memory.
Tags with FRAM memories are resistant to gamma rays.
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5.3.3
Design of BL ident® tags
ø 5,2
ø 30
3
ø 17,5
ø 20,5
19
23,5
M10
Fig. 12: BL ident® HF tags (examples)
Tags for a wide range of applications are available. Other properties of the tags include:
■■Types for direct mounting on metal
■■Types for particularly large temperature ranges, also high temperatures (-40… +240 °C)
■■Type for use in autoclaves (pressurized steam up to +121 °C)
■■Types as (printable) label (adhesive or inlay) in foil thickness
Operating principle
A BL ident® tag is a mobile data memory consisting of a memory chip and a coupling element
(coil or antenna) and can be written or read without contact in an RFID system. Tags with EEPROM and FRAM memories are available. Tags provide information on the object to which they
are fitted, e.g. a unique identification number, batch number or specific production data. Prior
to use, the tag is written with a worldwide uniquely assigned number, e.g. for UHF tags compliant with the EPCglobal Class 1 Gen 2 standard (ISO18000-6C) and for HF tags according to ISO
15693.
BL ident® tags are passive, i.e. they operate without the use of a battery and are powered by the
magnetic or electromagnetic field generated by the read/write head. If the tag enters the transmission field of the read/write head, it is activated for writing and reading the data. To do this,
the tag does not generate its own field but simply changes the field of the read/write head by
modulating the load. For this a load resistor is switched on and off in time with the data to be
transmitted, thus changing the mutual inductance of the HF tag and the properties of the wave
reflected by the UHF tag. These changes are detected and evaluated by the read/write head.
The BL ident® tags can be written and read by a number of BL ident® read/write heads without contact. This requires the read/write heads and the tags to operate in the same frequency
range. The detection ranges of the devices – depending on power and frequency – vary from a
few millimeters to several meters. The specified maximum read/write distances only represent
typical values under laboratory conditions without allowing for the effect of materials. The
achievable distances may be different due to component tolerances, mounting location in the
application, ambient conditions and the effect of materials (particularly metal and liquids).
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5.3.4
System components
5.3.5
User data areas of tags
The BL ident® tags are provided with different chip types. The user data areas of the tags are
described in the following table.
Chip type
74
User data area
Access
Bytes per
block
First
block
Last
block
Total memory
[Byte]
NXP SL2 SLI
0x00
0x1B
112
read/write
4
NXP SL2 SLI-S
0x00
0x27
160
read/write
4
NXP SL2 SLI-L
0x00
0x07
32
read/write
4
Fujitsu MB89R118
Fujitsu MB89R118B
0x00
0xF9
2000
read/write
8
Fujitsu MB89R112
0x00
0xFF
8192
read/write
32
TI Tag-it HFI Plus
0x00
0x3F
256
read/write
4
TI Tag-it HFI
0x00
0x07
32
read/write
4
infineon SRF55V02P
0x00
0x37
224
read/write
4
infineon SRF55V10P
0x00
0xF7
992
read/write
4
EM4233
0x00
0x33
208
read/write
4
EM4233 SLIC
0x00
0x1F
128
read/write
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5.3.6
Available device types
Turck can also supply customized tag solutions on request.
Dimension drawing
Type
TW-R7.5-B128
TW-R9.5-B128
TW-R16-B128
Ident no.
7030231
7030252
6900501
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Housing material
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Memory size [Byte]
128 128 128 Memory type
EEPROM
EEPROM
EEPROM
Chip type
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
105
105
105
Typical read time [ms/byte]
2 2 2 Typical write time [ms/byte]
3 3 3 Degree of protection
IP67
IP68
IP69K
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+85 -25 …+85 -25 …+85 Storage temperature range
–
–
160 °C (1x35 h)
220 °C (1x30 s)
-40…+85 -40…+85 -25…+120 Small design
Small design
Extended temperature
range
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Dimension drawing
Type
ø 20
ø 20
2,8
2,8
TW-R16-K2
TW-R20-B128
TW-R20-B128-Ex
Ident no.
7030410
6900502
7030242
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Housing material
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Memory size [Byte]
2048 128 128 Memory type
FRAM
EEPROM
EEPROM
Chip type
Fujitsu MB89R118
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
1010
105
105
Typical read time [ms/byte]
0.5 2 2 Typical write time [ms/byte]
0.5 3 3 Degree of protection
IP69K
IP69K
IP69K
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+85 -25 …+85 -25 …+85 Storage temperature range
160 °C (1x35 h)
220 °C (1x30 s)
140 °C (1x100 h)
140 °C (1x100 h)
Storage temperature [°C]
-25…+120 -45…+85 -45…+85 Special features
Extended temperature
range
–
ATEX
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Dimension drawing
Type
ø 20
ø 20
2,8
2,8
TW-R20-K2
TW-R20-K2-Ex
ø 5,2
ø 30
3
TW-R30-B128
Ident no.
6900505
7030245
6900503
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Housing material
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Memory size [Byte]
2048 2048 128 Memory type
FRAM
FRAM
EEPROM
Chip type
Fujitsu MB89R118
Fujitsu MB89R118
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
1010
1010
105
Typical read time [ms/byte]
0.5 0.5 2 Typical write time [ms/byte]
0.5 0.5 3 IP69K
IP69K
IP69K
-25 …+85 -25 …+85 -25 …+85 Storage temperature range
140 °C (1x100 h)
140 °C (1x100 h)
140 °C (1x100 h)
Storage temperature [°C]
-45…+85 -45…+85 -45…+85 Special features
–
ATEX
–
Approvals
–
ATEX category II 2 G,
Ex Zone 1
ATEX category II 2 D,
Ex Zone 21
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Dimension drawing
ø 5,2
ø 30
ø 5,2
ø 30
3
Type
TW-R30-B128-Ex
ø 5,2
ø 30
3
TW-R30-K2
3
TW-R30-K2-Ex
Ident no.
7030243
6900506
7030246
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Housing material
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Memory size [Byte]
128 2048 2048 Memory type
EEPROM
FRAM
FRAM
Chip type
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
Fujitsu MB89R118
Fujitsu MB89R118
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
105
1010
1010
Typical read time [ms/byte]
2 0.5 0.5 Typical write time [ms/byte]
3 0.5 0.5 Degree of protection
IP69K
IP69K
IP69K
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+85 -25 …+85 -25 …+85 Storage temperature range
140 °C (1x100 h)
140 °C (1x100 h)
140 °C (1x100 h)
Storage temperature [°C]
-45…+85 -45…+85 -45…+85 Special features
ATEX
–
ATEX
Approvals
ATEX category II 2 G,
Ex Zone 1
ATEX category II 2 D,
Ex Zone 21
–
ATEX category II 2 G,
Ex Zone 1
ATEX category II 2 D,
Ex Zone 21
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Dimension drawing
Type
ø 5,2
ø 50
ø 5,2
ø 50
ø 5,2
ø 50
3,3
3,3
3,3
TW-R50-B128
TW-R50-B128-Ex
TW-R50-K2
Ident no.
6900504
7030244
6900507
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Housing material
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Memory size [Byte]
128 128 2048 Memory type
EEPROM
EEPROM
FRAM
Chip type
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
Fujitsu MB89R118
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
105
105
1010
Typical read time [ms/byte]
2 2 0.5 Typical write time [ms/byte]
3 3 0.5 IP69K
IP69K
IP69K
-25 …+85 -25 …+85 -25 …+85 Storage temperature range
140 °C (1x100 h)
140 °C (1x100 h)
140 °C (1x100 h)
Storage temperature [°C]
-45…+85 -45…+85 -45…+85 Special features
–
ATEX
–
Approvals
–
ATEX category II 2 G,
Ex Zone 1
ATEX category II 2 D,
Ex Zone 21
–
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Dimension drawing
ø 5,2
ø 50
3,3
Type
TW-R50-K2-Ex
TW-R30-M-B128
TW-R30-M-K2
Ident no.
7030247
7030210
7030206
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Housing material
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Memory size [Byte]
2048 128 2048 Memory type
FRAM
EEPROM
FRAM
Chip type
Fujitsu MB89R118
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
Fujitsu MB89R118
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
1010
105
1010
Typical read time [ms/byte]
0.5 2 0.5 Typical write time [ms/byte]
0.5 3 0.5 Degree of protection
IP69K
IP68
IP68
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+85 -25 …+85 -25 …+85 Storage temperature range
140 °C (1x100 h)
140 °C (1x100 h)
140 °C (1x100 h)
Storage temperature [°C]
-45…+85 -45…+85 -45…+85 Special features
ATEX
–
–
Approvals
ATEX category II 2 G,
Ex Zone 1
ATEX category II 2 D,
Ex Zone 21
–
–
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Dimension drawing
Type
TW-R50-M-B128
TW-R50-M-K2
TW-R80-M-B128
Ident no.
7030209
7030229
7030207
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Housing material
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Memory size [Byte]
128 2048 128 Memory type
EEPROM
FRAM
EEPROM
Chip type
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
Fujitsu MB89R118
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
105
1010
105
Typical read time [ms/byte]
2 0.5 2 Typical write time [ms/byte]
3 0.5 3 IP68
IP68
IP68
-25 …+85 -25 …+85 -25 …+85 Storage temperature range
140 °C (1x100 h)
140 °C (1x100 h)
140 °C (1x100 h)
Storage temperature [°C]
-45…+85 -45…+85 -45…+85 BL ident RFID System – Engineering
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Dimension drawing
Type
TW-R80-M-K2
TW-R4-22-B128
TW-L49-46-F-B128
Ident no.
7030205
7030237
7030390
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Glass
Foil
Housing material
Plastic
Glass
Plastic
Memory size [Byte]
2048 128 128 Memory type
FRAM
EEPROM
EEPROM
Chip type
Fujitsu MB89R118
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
1010
105
105
Typical read time [ms/byte]
0.5 2 2 Typical write time [ms/byte]
0.5 3 3 Degree of protection
IP68
IP68
IP40
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+85 -25 …+85 -20 …+70 Storage temperature range
140 °C (1x100 h)
90 °C (1x1000 h)
120 °C (1x100 h)
–
Storage temperature [°C]
-45…+85 -40…+140 -20…+70 Special features
–
Glass tag, suitable for use in
autoclave applications
Smart label, self-adhesive
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Dimension drawing
Type
TW-L80-50-P-B128
TW-L86-54-C-B128
TW-BD10X1.5-19-B128
Ident no.
7030389
6900479
6901384
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Paper
Plastic
Plastic
Housing material
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Memory size [Byte]
128 128 128 Memory type
EEPROM
EEPROM
EEPROM
Chip type
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
105
105
105
Typical read time [ms/byte]
2 2 2 Typical write time [ms/byte]
3 3 3 IP40
IP67
IP68
-20 …+70 -25 …+50 -25 …+85 Storage temperature range
–
–
–
Storage temperature [°C]
-20…+70 -25…+50 -45…+85 Special features
Smart label, self-adhesive
Check card format
Screw tag, screw fitting in
metal possible
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Dimension drawing
Type
TW-BD10X1.5-19-K2
TW-BS10X1.5-19-B128
TW-BS10X1.5-19-K2
Ident no.
6901381
6901383
6901380
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Housing material
Plastic
Metal⁄plastic
Metal⁄plastic
Memory size [Byte]
2048 128 2048 Memory type
FRAM
EEPROM
FRAM
Chip type
Fujitsu MB89R118
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
Fujitsu MB89R118
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
1010
105
1010
Typical read time [ms/byte]
0.5 2 0.5 Typical write time [ms/byte]
0.5 3 0.5 Degree of protection
IP68
IP68
IP68
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+85 -25 …+85 -25 …+85 Storage temperature range
–
–
–
Storage temperature [°C]
-45…+85 -45…+85 -45…+85 Special features
Screw tag, screw fitting in
metal possible
Screw tag, screw fitting in
metal possible
Screw tag, screw fitting in
metal possible
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Dimension drawing
ø 10
4,5
ø 9,9
Type
TW-BV10X1.5-19-B128
TW-BV10X1.5-19-K2
TW-R10-M-B146
Ident no.
6901385
6901382
7030545
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Housing material
Metal⁄plastic
Metal⁄plastic
Plastic
Memory size [Byte]
128 2048 146 Memory type
EEPROM
FRAM
EEPROM
Chip type
NXP I-Code SLI/SL2
Fujitsu MB89R118
EM4233SLIC
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
105
1010
105
Typical read time [ms/byte]
2 0.5 2 Typical write time [ms/byte]
3 0.5 3 IP68
IP68
IP68
-25 …+85 -25 …+85 -40 …+85 Storage temperature range
–
–
–
Storage temperature [°C]
-45…+85 -45…+85 -40…+85
Special features
Screw tag, screw fitting in
metal possible
Screw tag, screw fitting in
metal possible
Tag is designed for direct
mounting on/in metal.
A recommendation for
adhesives that meet the
FD and EU requirements
for accidental contact with
food can be requested
from ​Turck. This recommendation does release the
user from an examination
regarding suitability for the
application.
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Ambient temperature [°C]
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Dimension drawing
ø 10
4,5
12
11,8
Type
TW-R12-M-B146
TW-R9.5-K2
Ident no.
7030500
7030558
Operating frequency [MHz]
13.56
13.56
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Housing material
Plastic
Plastic
Memory size [Byte]
146 2048 Memory type
EEPROM
FRAM
Chip type
EM4233SLIC
Fujitsu MB89R118
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
105
1010
Typical read time [ms/byte]
2 0.5 Typical write time [ms/byte]
3 0.5 Degree of protection
IP68
IP68
Ambient temperature [°C]
-40 …+85 -25…+85
Storage temperature range
–
–
Storage temperature [°C]
-40…+85
-40 …+85 Special features
Tag is designed for direct
mounting on/in metal.
A recommendation for
adhesives that meet the
FD and EU requirements
for accidental contact with
food can be requested
from ​Turck. This recommendation does release the
user from an examination
regarding suitability for the
application.
Small design
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Accessories
Dimension drawing Type
Ident no.
Description
TH-Q14L60
7030377
Metal clip with retaining magnets, mounting accessory for the TWxxx-​Q14L60‑MB110 tag
DS-R30
6900512
The spacer disc enables the indirect
mounting of the tag on metal
DS-R50
6900386
The spacer disc enables the indirect
mounting of the tag on metal
MF-R50
6901151
The flange enables the TW-R50‑M-​B128
(-K2) tag to be mounted on or in metal.
MF-R80
6901152
The flange enables the TW-R80‑M-​B128
(-K2) tag to be mounted on or in metal.
MF-R30
6901150
The flange enables the TW-R30‑M-​B128
(-K2) tag to be mounted on or in metal.
TH-Q51T-HT
7030540
Holder with M5 threaded sleeve for
screw fixing Q51 tags. The use of the 4.5
mm locking pin ​ensures that the tag is
protected from being rotated. Suitable for
mounting on metal. Suitable for repeated
use at high temperatures. Only suitable for
one-off mounting (snap fitting of tag in
bracket). Using the bracket produces a 12
mm gap between the metal and the tag.
22
M5
55,5
16,5
ø 4,9
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ø 2,6
10
TH-Q51S-HT
15
22
16,5
ø 4,9
88
55,5
4,5
7030541
Bracket with cotter pin fastening for ​Q51
tag. The use of the 4.5 mm locking pin ​
ensures that tag is protected from being
rotated. Suitable for mounting on metal.
Suitable for repeated use at high temperatures. Only suitable for one-off mounting
(snap fitting of tag in bracket). Using the
bracket produces a 12 mm gap between
the metal and the tag.
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5.4
BL ident® UHF read/write heads
5.4.1
Type code
Type – Example:
T N LR … – Q80 – H1147 – Ex
Type – Description:
T N LR … Read/write head
Working frequency
blank 13.56 MHz
865
865…868 MHz
902
902…928 MHz
840/ 840.5…844.5
920
MHz &
920.5…924.5
MHz
902/ 902…907 MHz
915
& 915…928
MHz
917
917…920.8
MHz
Special range
LR
long range
SLR
super long
range
Read/write heads,
mounting condition
B
flush
mountable
N
non-flush
mountable
TURCK RFID-System
BL ident®
–
Q80 Housing
Housing
CK40
–
rectangular
40 x 40 x 65 mm,
variable orientation of
active face
EM18WD Gewinde M18, stainless
steel, wash down (IP69K)
EM30WD Gewinde M30, stainless
steel, wash down (IP69K)
M18
thread M18
M30
thread M30
Q08
rectangular,
32 x 20 x 8 mm
Q14
rectangular
55.5 x 30 x 14 mm
Q42TWD rectangular,
68 x 42,5 x 42,5 mm,
active face on top,
wash down (IP69K)
Q80
rectangular,
114 x 80 x 40 mm
Q80L400 rectangular,
400 x 80 x 25 mm
Q80WD
rectangular,
83 x 102 x 40 mm,
wash down (IP69K)
Q120L130 rectangular,
120 x 130 x 60 mm
Q175
rectangular,
175 x 200 x 60 mm
Q350
rectangular,
370 x 350 x 20 mm
S32XL
ring shaped,
180 x 120 x 32 mm
H1147 Connector type
/
Connector
0.15-RS4.47T pigtail (150
mm) with male
connector M12
H1147
connector
M12 x 1
H1147L
connector
M12 x 1, lateral
V1147
connector M8
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5.4.2
Features of the UHF read/write heads
■■Robust read/write heads in industrial design
■■Read/write distances up to several meters (depending on ambient conditions)
■■Compact design for restricted mounting requirements
5.4.3
Design of the BL ident® read/write heads
LED
LED
175
120
60
60
200
130
M12
M12
Fig. 13: Design of the BL ident® UHF read/write heads (Q175, Q120 designs)
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5.4.4
Operating principle
The BL ident® read/write heads are used for contactless data exchange with the BL ident® tags.
For this the controller sends commands and data via the BL ident® interface to the read/write
head and receive the corresponding response data from the read/write head. The reading of
the IDs of all RFID tags in the read area or the writing of an RFID tag with a specific production
date are examples of typical commands. To communicate with the tag, the data of the read/
write head is coded and transferred via an electromagnetic field, which at the same time supplies the tags with power.
A read/write head contains a transmitter and a receiver, an interface to the BL ident® interface
and a coupling element (coil and dipole antenna) for communicating with the tag. Inductive
coupling is used with devices for the HF range and electromagnetic wave propagation is used
for the UHF range as the transmission procedure between read/write head and tag.
HF: alternating electromagnetic field
IC Data carrier
UHF: electromagnetic wave
Read/write head
Read/write head
IC Data carrier
Fig. 14: HF RFID (left) and UHF RFID (right) operating principles
The coupling element of the read/write head generates an alternating electromagnetic field
(HF) and electromagnetic waves (UHF). This produces a transmission window as a so-called air
interface in which the data exchange with the tag takes place. The size of the transmission window depends on the combination of read/write head and tags, and with UHF on the relevant
ambient conditions.
Each BL ident® read/write head can communicate with a number of BL ident® tags. This requires
the read/write heads and the tags to operate in the same frequency range. The detection
ranges of the devices – depending on power and frequency – vary from a few millimeters to
several meters. The specified maximum read/write distances only represent typical values under laboratory conditions without allowing for the effect of materials. The achievable distances
may be different due to component tolerances, mounting location in the application, ambient
conditions and the effect of materials (particularly metal and liquids).
5.4.5
Firmware status
Read/write head
Firmware version
TN…-Q175 L200-H1147
TN…-Q120L130-H1174
FW 1.45
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Operating and indication elements
The UHF read/write heads feature three front LEDs with the following indication functions:
LED 1 (green)
LED 2 (yellow)
LED 3 (red)
Function
off
off
off
Operating voltage switched off
white
white
white
Startup
continuously
lit
off
off
Operating voltage switched on, radio field switched off, no
internal error
continuously
lit
continuously
lit
off
Operating voltage switched on, radio field switched on, no
internal error
continuously
lit
continuously
lit
continuously
lit
Operating voltage switched on, radio field switched on,
internal error
flashing
off
off
Access to the tag successful
flashing
continuously
lit
off
Tag located in the radio field
Running light: green > yellow > red
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5.4.7
Available device types
Dimension drawing
LED
LED
175
60
LED
175
60
200
60
200
M12
175
200
M12
M12
Type
TN865-Q175L200-H1147
TN902-Q175L200-H1147
TN840/920-Q175L200-​
H1147
Ident no.
7030452
7030457
7030466
Operating frequency [MHz]
865…868
902…928
920…925
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Mounting conditions
non-flush
non-flush
non-flush
Housing material
Aluminum
Aluminum
Aluminum
Housing length [mm]
200 200 200 Degree of protection
IP67
IP67
IP67
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+50 -25 …+50 -25 …+50 Dimension drawing
LED
LED
175
60
LED
175
60
200
60
200
M12
175
200
M12
M12
Type
TN917-Q175L200-H1147
TN866-Q175L200-H1147
TN902/915-Q175L200H1147
Ident no.
7030513
7030669
7030668
Operating frequency [MHz]
917…920.8
866…867,6
902…907,5 and 915…926
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
non-flush
non-flush
non-flush
Housing material
Aluminum
Aluminum
Aluminum
Housing length [mm]
200 200 200 Degree of protection
IP67
IP67
IP67
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+50 -25 …+50 -25 …+50 BL ident RFID System – Engineering
Material of active face
Mounting conditions
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Dimension drawing
LED
LED
120
60
LED
120
60
130
120
60
130
M12
130
M12
M12
Type
TN865-Q120L130-H1147
TN902-Q120L130-H1147
TN840/920-Q120L130-​
H1147
Ident no.
7030520
7030535
7030536
Operating frequency [MHz]
865…868
902…928
920…925
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Mounting conditions
non-flush
non-flush
non-flush
Housing material
Aluminum
Aluminum
Aluminum
Housing length [mm]
130 130 130 Degree of protection
IP67
IP67
IP67
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+50 -25 …+50 -25 …+50 Dimension drawing
LED
LED
120
60
LED
120
60
130
120
60
130
M12
130
M12
M12
Type
TN917-Q120L130-H1147
TN866-Q120L130-H1147
TN902/915-Q120L130H1147
Ident no.
7030537
7030671
7030670
Operating frequency [MHz]
917…920.8
866…867,5
902…907,5 and 915…926
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Mounting conditions
non-flush
non-flush
non-flush
Housing material
Aluminum
Aluminum
Aluminum
Housing length [mm]
130 130 130 Degree of protection
IP67
IP67
IP67
Ambient temperature [°C]
-25 …+50 -25 …+50 -25 …+50 94
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5.4.8
Combination of UHF read/write heads and tags
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The UHF read/write heads form a transmission zone for which the size depends on the combination of read/write head and tag. The listed maximum read/write distances only represent
typical values under laboratory conditions without the effect of materials.
The achievable distances may be different due to component tolerances, mounting location in
the application, ambient conditions and the effect of materials (particularly metal).
For this reason, the application must be tested in all cases under real conditions (particularly
with read and write operations in motion).
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TN902-Q175L200-H1147 (USA)
7030457
TN840/920-Q175L200-H1147 (China)
7030466
TN917-Q175L200-H1147 (Korea)
7030513
–
–
–
–
–
–
3.9
1.0
–
–
–
–
–
–
TW865-868-R50-B110
7030257
M
A
1.4
0.6
–
–
–
–
–
–
1,8
0.8
–
–
–
–
–
–
TW865-868-L80-20-T-B44
7030484
M
L
–
2.1
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
3.0
–
–
–
–
–
–
TW902-928-R50-B110
7030404
M
A
–
–
1,8
0.6
2.0
0.7
2.2
0.6
–
–
2,6
0.9
2.8
1.0
2,9
0.9
TW860-960-Q22L77-B-B112
7030458
M
A
–
3.9
–
3.7
–
3.7
–
3.7
–
5,5
–
5.2
–
5.2
–
5.2
TW860-960-Q27L97-M-B112
7030464
M
A
4.5
3,1
4,9
4,9
5,4
5.6
5.2
5,4
5.9
4,4
6.8
6.8
7.7
7,9
7,4
7.7
TW860-960-L97-15-F-B44
7030524
M
A
–
5.7
–
5,1
–
5,1
–
4,9
–
8.1
–
7.2
–
7.2
–
6,9
TW860-960-L43-21-F-B38
7030592
M
A
–
1.3
–
1.6
–
–
–
–
–
2.0
–
2.4
–
1.2
–
2.4
TW860-960-L73-17-F-B40
7030593
M
A
–
1.6
–
2,9
–
–
–
–
–
2.3
–
4.1
–
4.6
–
4.6
TW860-960-L97-27-F-B44
7030618
M
A
–
4.0
–
4,4
–
–
–
–
–
5.6
–
6.4
–
3.7
–
7.2
TW860-960-L97-27-P-B44
7030619
M
A
–
4.0
–
4,4
–
–
–
–
–
5.6
–
6.4
–
3.7
–
7.2
TW860-960-L73-17-P-B40
7030620
M
A
–
1.6
–
2,9
–
–
–
–
–
2.3
–
4.1
–
4.6
–
4.6
TW860-960-L54-34-F-B38
7030621
M
A
–
2.8
–
2.3
–
–
–
–
–
4.7
–
3.3
–
3.3
–
3.3
TW860-960-L54-34-P-B38
7030622
M
A
–
2.8
–
2.3
–
–
–
–
–
4.7
–
3.3
–
3.3
–
3.3
TW860-960-L43-21-P-B38
7030623
M
A
–
1.3
–
1.6
–
–
–
–
–
2.0
–
2.4
–
1.2
–
2.4
TW860-960-L53-53-F-B44
7030624
M
A
–
2.4
–
2.4
–
–
–
–
–
3.9
–
3.4
–
3.4
–
3.4
TW-865-928-Q20L58-B110
7030375
M
A
2.2
1.5
1.7
1.5
1.7
1.7
1.6
1.5
3,1
2.2
2.3
2.1
2.4
2.4
2.3
2.1
TW865-928-L76-18-21-F-MB110
7030380
M
A
3.7
1.6
3.2
2.2
2.7
1,8
3.0
2.1
5.2
2.3
4.5
3,1
3.8
5.2
4.2
2.9
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TN902/915-Q175L200-H1147 (Brazil)
7030668
TN865-Q175L200-H1147 (Europe)
7030452
2.7
0.7
TN902/915-Q120L130-H1147 (Brazil)
7030670
TN917-Q120L130-H1147 (Korea)
7030537
M
A
TN866-Q120L130-H1147 (Russia)
7030671
TN840/920-Q120L130-H1147 (China)
7030536
TW-865-868-Q14L60-M-B110
7030376
Tag
Read/write head
TN902-Q120L130-H1147 (USA)
7030535
on metal etc. [m]
in air etc. [m]
TN865-Q120L130-H1147 (Europe)
7030520
M
A
TN866-Q175L200-H1147 (Russia)
7030669
Maximum ranges of the UHF read/write heads (depending on application region)
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5.4.9
Accessories
Dimension drawing Type
RH-Q240L280/Q280L640
Ident no.
Description
7030296
Arm bracket for UHF read/write heads
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5.5
BL ident® UHF tags
5.5.1
Type code
Type – Example:
T W … – Q51 – M – HT – B128 – Ex
Type – Description:
T W … Data carrier
–
Working frequency
blank
13.56 MHz
865-868 865…868 MHz
865-928 865…928 MHz
860-960 860…960 MHz
902-928 902…928 MHz
Data carrier,memory access
W
read/write
R
read only
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HT High temperature (optional)
High temperature
HT High temperature
98
–
Q51 Housing
–
Housing
BD10X1.5-19 screw housing,
plastic, M10 x 1.5,
wrench size 19 mm
BS10X1.5-19 screw housing,
metal/
plastic, M10 x 1.5,
wrench size 19 mm
BV10X1.5-19 screw housing,
stainless steel/
plastic, M10 x 1.5,
wrench size 19 mm
I…
inlay & dimensions
L…
label & dimensions
Q…L…
rectangular &
diameter
Q51
rectangular &
lateral lenght:
51 mm
R…
round & diameter
B128 Memory capacity total
Memory capacity total (size)
B… … Byte
K… … kByte
M Features
–
Features
C
cheque card format
F
foil data carrier
M for direct mounting on metal
MF for direct mounting on metal,
foil shielded
P
paper data carrier
–
Ex Approvals
Approvals
Ex Approval for Ex-Area
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5.5.2
Features of the UHF tags
■■EEPROM tag with up to approx. 138 byte memory
■■High temperature tags for use at -40…+240 °C, depending on ambient conditions
■■Autoclave tags for use in pressurized hot water vapor at 121 °C
■■Tags for direct mounting on metal
■■Open and globally applicable standards (ISO 18000-6C, EPC Global Class1 Gen2)
■■Optimized for small housing dimensions or high data transmission ranges
■■Round, flat tags
■■Smart label tags
Memory module
Turck offers tags with an EEPROM memory. The memory size of the Turck tags are between 28
bytes and 138 bytes (up to 110 bytes of user data).
■■EEPROM (electrically erasable programmable read only memory) tags can ensure an unlimited number of read operations and up to 105 write cycles.
Polarization of the antenna
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UHF tags normally have similar reception characteristics to a dipole antenna with a linear polarization. Depending on how the tag is fitted, horizontal, vertical or mixed polarization is used.
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5.5.3
Design of BL ident® tags
15
1,1
ø 5,2
ø 50
20
ø 5,3
82
97
3,3
80
27
Fig. 15: BL ident® UHF tags (examples)
Tags for a wide range of applications are available. Other properties of the tags include:
■■Types for direct mounting on metal
■■Types for particularly large temperature ranges, also high temperatures (-40… +240 °C)
■■Type for use in autoclaves (pressurized steam up to +121 °C)
■■Types as (printable) label (adhesive or inlay) in foil thickness
5.5.4
Operating principle
A BL ident® tag is a mobile data memory consisting of a memory chip and a coupling element
(coil or antenna) and can be written or read in an RFID system without contact. Tags with EEPROM and FRAM memories are available. Tags provide information on the object to which they
are fitted, e.g. a unique identification number, batch number or specific production data. Prior
to use, the tag is written with a worldwide uniquely assigned number, e.g. for UHF tags compliant with the EPCglobal Class 1 Gen 2 standard (ISO18000-6C) and for HF tags according to ISO
15693.
BL ident® tags are passive, i.e. they operate without the use of a battery and are powered by the
magnetic or electromagnetic field generated by the read/write head. If the tag enters the transmission field of the read/write head, it is activated for writing and reading the data. To do this,
the tag does not generate its own field but simply changes the field of the read/write head by
modulating the load. For this a load resistor is switched on and off in time with the data to be
transmitted, thus changing the mutual inductance of the HF tag and the properties of the wave
reflected by the UHF tag. These changes are detected and evaluated by the read/write head.
The BL ident® tags can be written and read by a number of BL ident® read/write heads without contact. This requires the read/write heads and the tags to operate in the same frequency
range. The detection ranges of the devices – depending on power and frequency – vary from a
few millimeters to several meters. The specified maximum read/write distances only represent
typical values under laboratory conditions without allowing for the effect of materials. The
achievable distances may be different due to component tolerances, mounting location in the
application, ambient conditions and the effect of materials (particularly metal and liquids).
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5.5.5
User data areas of tags
The UHF tag memory is divided into four logical banks in accordance with ISO 18000-6C (also
called “domains”) and can consist of several blocks. Each block contains 2 bytes.
NOTICE
Incorrect writing to the tag
Possible malfunction of the tags!
➤➤Proceed with care when writing to the reserved area (bank address = 00) or to the
first four bytes of the UII memory (bank address = 01).
■■Bank 00bin – Reserved area: This bank contains the passwords for securing the memory and
for deactivating the tag. The passwords for deactivating are stored in the memory addresses
00hex to 1Fhex. The passwords for access protection are stored in the memory addresses 20hex
to 3Fhex. Memory access to this reserved area is normally executed with separate protocol
commands.
Bank
01bin – EPC (electronic product code) or UII (unique item identifier): This bank contains
■■
the essential identification data of the transponder. The 16-bit checksum (CRC) is located in
the first data word (from address 00hex). The second data word (= 2 bytes) contains specific
tag control information (protocol control byte, from address 10hex). The actual data area of
the UIIs starts at address 20hex. The tags are identified in the BL ident® system by means of the
first eight bytes of the data area, i.e. from address 04hex to 0Chex.
Bank
10bin– TID (tag identification): This area contains one of three values for determining
■■
the class identification (E0hex, E2hex or E3hex) in accordance with ISO/IEC 15963, contained in
the memory addresses 00hex to 07hex. If the class is ID E0hex, the TID contains a 48-bit serial
number.
■■Bank 11bin – user area: This area is optional and contains a varying memory range for use as
required by the user.
00hex
MSB
10hex
00hex
MSB
Bank 11bin
User
Bank 10bin
TID
Bank 01bin
EPC/UII/...
Bank 00bin
Reserved
220hex
210hex
20hex
10hex
00hex
MSB
30hex
20hex
10hex
00hex
..
.
Word 0 of Block 0
..
.
TID [15:0]
TID [31:16]
..
.
Optional XPC_W2 [15:0]
Optional XPC_W2 [15:0]
..
.
EPC/UII/... [15:0]
..
.
EPC/UII/... [N:N-15]
PC [15:0]
CRC [15:0]
..
.
Access Passwd [15:0]
Access Passwd [31:16]
Kill Passwd [15:0]
Kill Passwd [31:16]
LSB
0Fhex
LSB
1Fhex
0Fhex
LSB
22Fhex
21Fhex
2Fhex
1Fhex
0Fhex
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MSB
LSB
3Fhex
2Fhex
1Fhex
0Fhex
Fig. 16: Memory organization of the UHF tags
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Turck offers BL ident® tags for the UHF range with the following chip series:
■■EEPROM NXP U code
■■EEPROM Impinj Monza®
■■EEPROM Alien Higgs®
NOTE
The number of banks for the different chip types varies. The Impinj Monza® 5 therefore
only has three areas (the user area is not provided), whilst the NXP-G2XM contains all
four areas.
Overview of UHF tags with Impinj Monza® 3 chip
The type Impinj Monza® 3 UHF tags are provided with a UII memory area of 12 bytes.
The following table describes the data structure of the tags.
Bank address [bin.]
Bank name
Memory address
[hex.]
No. of bytes
Remark
10
TID
10…1F
2
0001 + model number
00…0F
2
fixed = 1110001000000000
01
UII
20…7F
12
UII
10…1F
2
Protocol control bits
00…0F
2
Checksum CRC-16
20…3F
4
Password for memory access
00…1F
4
Password to deactivate the memory
00
Reserved
Overview of UHF tags with Impinj Monza® 4D chip
The type Impinj Monza® 4D UHF tags are provided with a UII memory area of 16 bytes.
The following table describes the data structure of the tags.
Bank address [bin.]
Bank name
Memory address
[hex.]
No. of bytes
Remark
11
User
00…1F
4
freely usable
10
TID
30…5F
6
Serial number
20…2F
2
extended TID header
10…1F
2
Manufacturer ID + model number
00…0F
2
11100010 + manufacturer ID
20…9F
16
UII
10…1F
2
Protocol control bits
00…0F
2
Checksum CRC-16
20…3F
4
Password for memory access
00…1F
4
Password to deactivate the memory
01
00
102
UII
Reserved
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Overview of UHF tags with Impinj Monza® 4E chip
The type Impinj Monza® 4E UHF tags are provided with a UII memory area of 62 bytes.
The following table describes the data structure of the tags:
Bank address [bin.]
Bank name
Memory address
[hex.]
No. of bytes
Remark
11
User
00…7F
16
freely usable
10
TID
30…5F
6
Serial number
20…2F
2
extended TID header
10…1F
2
Manufacturer ID + model number
00…0F
2
11100010 + manufacturer ID
20…20F
62
UII
10…1F
2
Protocol control bits
00…0F
2
Checksum CRC-16
20…3F
4
Password for memory access
00…1F
4
Password to deactivate the memory
01
UII
00
Reserved
Overview of UHF tags with Impinj Monza® 4QT chip – private mode
Bank address [bin.]
Bank name
Memory address
[hex.]
No. of bytes
Remark
11
User
00…1FF
64
freely usable
10
TID
60…BF
12
UII “public”
30…5F
6
Serial number
20…2F
2
extended TID header
10…1F
2
Manufacturer ID + model number
00…0F
2
11100010 + manufacturer ID
20…9F
16
UII
10…1F
2
Protocol control bits
00…0F
2
Checksum CRC-16
20…3F
4
Password for memory access
00…1F
4
Password to deactivate the memory
01
00
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Reserved
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This memory chip has two different states for dividing the memory; Private mode and Public
mode. Private mode is the factory setting and is available in operation with the BLxx-2RFID-S,
BLxx-2RFID-A electronic modules and BLcompact.
The type Impinj Monza® 4QT UHF tags in private mode are provided with a UII memory area of
16 bytes and a freely available user area of 64 bytes.
The following table describes the data structure of the tags.
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Overview of UHF tags with Impinj Monza® 4QT chip – public mode
NOTE
The following specifications for the Impinj Monza 4QT in public mode is only for information purposes since public mode is not supported by the BL ident® system.
Bank address [bin.]
Bank name
Memory address
[hex.]
No. of bytes
Remark
10
TID
10…1F
2
Manufacturer ID + model number
00…0F
2
11100010 + manufacturer ID
01
UII “public”
20…7F
12
UII
10…1F
2
Protocol control bits
00…0F
2
Checksum CRC-16
20…3F
4
Password for memory access
00…1F
4
Password to deactivate the memory
00
Reserved
Overview of UHF tags with Impinj Monza® 5 chip
The type Impinj Monza® 5 UHF tags are provided with a UII memory area of 16 bytes. The following table describes the data structure of the tags.
Bank address [bin.]
Bank name
Memory address
[hex.]
No. of bytes
Remark
10
TID
30…5F
6
Serial number
20…2F
2
extended TID header
10…1F
2
Model number
00…0F
2
11100010 + manufacturer ID
20…9F
16
UII
10…1F
2
Protocol control bits
00…0F
2
Checksum CRC-16
20…3F
4
Password for memory access
00…1F
4
Password to deactivate the memory
01
00
104
UII
Reserved
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Overview of UHF tags with Alien Higgs® 3 chip
The type Alien Higgs® 3 UHF tags are provided with a UII memory area of 12 bytes and a freely
available user area of 64 bytes.
The following table describes the data structure of the tags.
Bank address [bin.]
Bank name
Memory address
[hex.]
No. of bytes
Remark
11
User
00…1FF
64
freely usable
10
TID
60…BF
12
reserved
20…5F
8
Serial number
10…1F
2
Model number
00…0F
2
Manufacturer ID
20…7F
12
UII
10…1F
2
Protocol control bits
00…0F
2
Checksum CRC-16
20…3F
4
Password for memory access
00…1F
4
Password to deactivate the memory
01
UII
00
Reserved
Overview of the tags with Chip Alien Higgs® 4
The UHF tags with Chip Alien Higgs® 4 are provided with a UII memory area of 16 bytes. The following table describes the data structure of the tags.
Bank address [bin.]
Bank name
Memory address
[hex.]
No. of bytes
Remark
11
User
00…7F
16
freely usable
10
TID
60…BF
12
reserved
20…5F
8
Serial number
10…1F
2
Model number
00…0F
2
Manufacturer ID
20…9F
16
UII
10…1F
2
Protocol control bits
00…0F
2
Checksum CRC-16
20…3F
4
Password for memory access
00…1F
4
Password to deactivate the memory
01
Reserved
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Overview of UHF tags with NXP U-Code G2XM/G2XL chip
The type NXP U-Code G2XM/G2XL UHF tags are provided with a UII memory area of 30 bytes.
The following table describes the data structure of the tags.
Bank address [bin.]
Bank name
Memory address
[hex.]
No. of bytes
Remark
11
User
00…1FF
64
freely usable (only with NXP U-Code G2XM;)
NXP U-Code G2XL has 0 bytes)
10
TID
20…3F
4
Serial number
10…1F
2
Model number
00…0F
2
Manufacturer ID, fixed 11100010
20…10F
30
UII
10…1F
2
Protocol control bits
00…0F
2
Checksum CRC-16
20…3F
4
Password for memory access
00…1F
4
Password to deactivate the memory
01
UII
00
Reserved
Overview of UHF tags NXP U-Code G2IM chip
The type NXP U-Code G2IM tags are provided with a UII memory area of 16 bytes, a freely available user area of 64 bytes and a user TID of 14 bytes.
The following table describes the data structure of the tags.
Bank address [bin.]
Bank name
Memory address
[hex.]
No. of bytes
Remark
11
User
00…27F
64
freely usable
10
TID
60…CF
14
User TID, freely usable
30…5F
6
Serial number
20…2F
2
extended TID header
14…1F
2
Model number
08…13
2
fixed 000000000110
00…07
1
Manufacturer ID, fixed 11100010
20…9F
16
UII
10…1F
2
Protocol control bits
00…0F
2
Checksum CRC-16
20…3F
4
Password for memory access
00…1F
4
Password to deactivate the memory
01
00
106
UII
Reserved
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Overview of UHF tags with NXP U-Code G2IL chip
The type NXP U-Code G2IL UHF tags are provided with a UII memory area of 16 bytes.
The following table describes the data structure of the tags.
Bank address [bin.]
Bank name
Memory address
[hex.]
No. of bytes
Remark
10
TID
20…3F
6
Serial number
20…2F
2
extended TID header
14…1F
2
Model number
00…13
2
11100010 + manufacturer ID
200…20F
2
Configuration word
20…9F
16
UII
10…1F
2
Protocol control bits
00…0F
2
Checksum CRC-16
20…3F
4
Password for memory access
00…1F
4
Password to deactivate the memory
01
Reserved
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Available device types
Dimension drawing
ø3
3
70
77
25
Type
TW865-868-Q14L60-M-​
B110
TW902-928-Q14L60-M-​
B110
TW860-960-Q25L77-B-​
B112
Ident no.
7030376
7030408
7030458
Operating frequency [MHz]
865…868
902…928
860…960
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Housing material
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Memory size [Byte]
110 110 112 Memory type
EEPROM
EEPROM
EEPROM
Chip type
NXP U-Code G2XM
NXP U-Code G2XM
Alien Higgs 3
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
104
104
105
Typical read time [ms/byte]
2 2 2 Typical write time [ms/byte]
3 3 3 Degree of protection
IP67
IP67
IP67
Ambient temperature [°C]
-35 …+85 -35 …+85 -40 …+70 Storage temperature range
[°C]
–
–
–
Storage temperature [°C]
-35…+85 -35…+85 -40…+70 Special features
Suitable for direct mounting on metal, suitable of
outdoor applications
Suitable for direct mounting on metal, suitable of
outdoor applications
–
Mechanical features
Suitable for direct mounting on metal
Suitable for direct mounting on metal
Flexible design for fixing on
bent or irregular surfaces
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Dimension drawing
15
ø 5,2
ø 50
ø 5,2
ø 50
3,3
3,3
ø 5,3
82
97
27
Type
TW860-960-Q27L97-M-​
B112
TW865-868-R50-B110
TW902-928-R50-B110
Ident no.
7030464
7030257
7030404
Operating frequency [MHz]
860…960
865…868
902…928
Material of active face
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Housing material
Plastic
Plastic
Plastic
Housing length [mm]
97 –
–
Memory size [Byte]
112 110 110 Memory type
EEPROM
EEPROM
EEPROM
Chip type
Impinj Monza 4QT
NXP U-Code G2XM
NXP U-Code G2XM
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
105
104
104
2 2 2 3 3 3 Degree of protection
IP69K
IP69K
IP69K
Ambient temperature [°C]
-40 …+80 -20 …+85 -20 …+85 Storage temperature range
[°C]
–
140 °C (1x100 h)
140 °C (1x100 h)
Storage temperature [°C]
-40…+80 -40…+90 -40…+90 Special features
Suitable for direct mounting on metal, suitable of
outdoor applications
–
–
Mechanical features
Suitable for direct mounting on metal
–
–
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Typical write time [ms/byte]
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Type
TW865-928-Q20L58-B110
Ident no.
7030375
Operating frequency [MHz]
865…928
Material of active face
Plastic
Housing material
Plastic
Housing length [mm]
58
Memory size [Byte]
110 Memory type
EEPROM
Chip type
NXP U-Code G2XM
Number of read operations
unlimited
Number of write operations
104
Typical read time [ms/byte]
2 Typical write time [ms/byte]
3 Degree of protection
IP67
Ambient temperature [°C]
-30 …+70 Storage temperature range
[°C]
–
Storage temperature [°C]
-30…+70 Special features
–
Mechanical features
Fixing via metal loop
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Dimension drawing
Type
TW860-960-L97-27-F-B44
TW860-960-L97-27-P-B44
TW860-960-L73-17-P-B40
7030618
7030619
7030620
860…960
860…960
860…960
Memory size [Byte]
44 44 40 Memory type
EEPROM
EEPROM
EEPROM
Chip type
Impinj Monza 4D
Impinj Monza 4D
Impinj Monza 5
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
105
105
105
Typical read time [ms/byte]
2 2 2 Typical write time [ms/byte]
3 3 3 Degree of protection
IP40
IP40
IP40
Ambient temperature [°C]
-40 …+80 -40 …+80 -40 …+80 Storage temperature range
[°C]
–
–
–
Storage temperature [°C]
-40…+85 -40…+85 -40…+85 Special features
Smart label, self-adhesive
Smart label, self-adhesive
Smart label, self-adhesive
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Type
TW860-960-L54-34-F-B38
TW860-960-L54-34-P-B38
TW860-960-L43-21-P-B38
Ident no.
7030621
7030622
7030623
Operating frequency [MHz]
860…960
860…960
860…960
Memory size [Byte]
38 38 38 Memory type
EEPROM
EEPROM
EEPROM
Chip type
NXP U-Code G2iL
NXP U-Code G2iL
NXP U-Code G2iL
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
105
105
105
Typical read time [ms/byte]
2 2 2
Typical write time [ms/byte]
3 3 3
Degree of protection
IP40
IP40
IP40
Ambient temperature [°C]
-40 …+80 -40 …+80 -40 …+80 Storage temperature range
[°C]
–
–
–
Storage temperature [°C]
-40…+85 -40…+85 -40…+85 Special features
Smart label, self-adhesive
Smart label, self-adhesive
Smart label, self-adhesive
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Dimension drawing
Type
TW860-960-L53-53-F-B44
TW860-960-L97-15-F-B44
TW860-960-L73-17-F-B40
7030624
7030524
7030593
860…960
860…960
860…960
Memory size [Byte]
44 44 40 Memory type
EEPROM
EEPROM
EEPROM
Chip type
Impinj Monza 4D
Impinj Monza 4D
Impinj Monza 5
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
105
105
105
Typical read time [ms/byte]
2 2 2 Typical write time [ms/byte]
3 3 3 Degree of protection
IP40
IP40
IP40
Ambient temperature [°C]
-40 …+80 -10 …+85 -40 …+80 Storage temperature range
[°C]
–
–
–
Storage temperature [°C]
-40…+85 –
-40…+85 Special features
Smart label, self-adhesive
Smart label, self-adhesive
Smart label, self-adhesive
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1,1
20
80
Type
TW860-960-L43-21-F-B38
TW865-868-L80-20-T-B44
TW860-960-L110-70-C-HT-​
B138
Ident no.
7030592
7030484
7030412
Operating frequency [MHz]
860…960
865…868
860…960
Memory size [Byte]
38 44 138 Memory type
EEPROM
EEPROM
EEPROM
Chip type
NXP U-Code G2iL
Impinj Monza 4D
NXP U-Code G2iM
Number of read operations
unlimited
unlimited
unlimited
Number of write operations
105
105
104
Typical read time [ms/byte]
2 2 2 Typical write time [ms/byte]
3 3 3 Degree of protection
IP40
IP40
–
Ambient temperature [°C]
-40 …+80 -20 …+65 -25 …+50 Storage temperature range
[°C]
–
180 °C (up to 5 bar pressure
and up to 10 min.)
–
Storage temperature [°C]
-40…+85 –
-25…+230 Special features
Smart label, self-adhesive
Smart label, self-adhesive
High temperature
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5.6
BL ident® handhelds
Type Code Handheld
5.6.1 Type code
PD-IDENT – UHF – S2D – RWB TA – … – 865-868
PD-IDENT TURCK handheld
–
UHF Frequency range
TURCK handheld
RWB TA Interface / Design
–
Frequency range
HF HF frequency range
UHF UHF frequency range
–
Design
TW TURCK Workabout Pro 3,
Industrial Design
TA TURCK Advance
Workabout Pro 4,
Industrial Design
UP TURCK UP, Economy
Design
… Special variants
S2D Barcode scanner
–
Barcode scanner
L1D Laser barcode scanner 1D
S1D Imager barcode scanner 1D
S2D Imager barcode scanner 2D
–
Special variants
SMART Device without monitor, max.
4 controls
865-868 Operating frequency
Operating frequency
865-868 865…868 MHz: e. g. EU
915-920 915…920 MHz: e. g. US
920-925 920…925 MHz: e. g.
CN
Interface
R
RFID reader
W WLAN
B
Bluetooth
S
Barcode scanner
5.6.2
Features of TA handhelds
■■Available with HF or UHF antenna
■■Mobile access to the data of a tag
■■Suitable for indoor and outdoor use
■■Alphanumeric keypad and touch screen display
■■RFID and barcode combinable in one device
■■Turck application software for reading and writing data
■■Custom application software on request.
■■Communication with other systems and databases
■■Operating system: Windows CE
■■IP65 and drop protection up to a height of 1.5 m
5.6.3
Features of SMART handhelds
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■■Simple data acquisition
■■Only 3 buttons
■■Data transmission to iPhone and Android devices
■■Combinable with barcode scanner
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Design of BL ident® handhelds
Fig. 17: Handhelds (examples)
Turck offers different industrially robust mobile handheld for the mobile reading and writing of
tags. The handhelds are available for the HF and UHF range.
Further information on the BL ident® handhelds is provided in the manuals D500032 (BL ident®
– Software TA-HF), D500050 (BL ident® – Software TA-UHF) and D500034 (BL ident® – Handheld
PD-IDENT…TA).
5.6.5
Operating principle of TA handhelds
BL ident® handhelds enable tags to be read and written from any location. The read data is
displayed on a touch screen. They can be edited via the handheld and written to a tag.
The handhelds are available for the following interfaces:
■■Bluetooth
■■Wifi and Bluetooth as standard
■■RS232
■■USB
Optional features:
■■Barcode scanner (also for data matrix codes)
■■Customized software solutions
5.6.6
Operating/indication elements of TA handhelds
The handhelds are provided with a 3.7” touch screen display as well as an alphanumeric keypad
(55 keys).
5.6.7
Functions and operating modes of TA handhelds
Turck application software
■■Language selection: German, English, French, Spanish, Italian
■■Support of different tag types
■■Multi-tag detection and tag selection
■■Full addressing of the memory for reading and writing
■■Support for ASCII, hexadecimal and decimal
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Fig. 18: BL ident® TA-HF software
Turck application software for UHF handhelds
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Customized software solutions
Custom application software available on request.
Fig. 20: Examples of customized software solutions
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Available device types
Dimension drawing Type
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Description
PD-IDENT-HF-RWBTA
7030601
––Handheld with HF antenna
––Windows Embedded CE 6.0 operating system
––Incl. Turck RFID ​TA-HF -software (DE/EN/FR/IT/ES) ​for
reading and writing tags
––Custom application software can be created on request
––With Wifi 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth wireless interface
––Degree of protection IP65
––Withstands several knocks from a height of 1.5 m ​on
smooth concrete
––Incl. stylus holder, docking station with power supply
unit, USB cable
––Optional on request: ​Software development kit (SDK)
PD-IDENT-HF-S2D-RWBTA
7030602
––Handheld with HF antenna
––2D barcode scanner (reads ​1D and 2D barcodes)
––Windows Embedded CE 6.0 operating system
––Incl. Turck RFID ​TA-HF -software (DE/EN/FR/IT/ES) ​for
reading and writing tags
––Custom application software can be created on request
––With Wifi 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth wireless interface
––Degree of protection IP65
––Withstands several knocks from a height of 1.5 m ​on
smooth concrete
––Incl. pistol grip, docking station with power supply unit,
USB cable
––Optional on request: ​Software development kit (SDK)
PD-IDENT-HF-L1D-RBUP-​
SMART
7030564
––Handheld with HF antenna
––Keypad function (HID) for wireless transmission of the
read data via Bluetooth (also to ​IOS devices) or USB
––Bidirectional communication with Android devices
––With Barcode 1D laser scanner
––Only three keys for easy operation
––OEM configuration tool
––Incl. power supply unit, battery, ​Bluetooth, USB transceiver and fixing clip
PD-IDENT-UHF-RWBTA-​865868
7030636
––Handheld with UHF antenna
––Windows Embedded CE 6.0 operating system
––Incl. Turck RFID TA-UHF software for reading and writing
tags
––Custom application software can be created on request
––With Wifi 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth wireless interface
––Degree of protection IP65
––Withstands several knocks from a height of 1.5 m ​on
smooth concrete
––Incl. stylus holder, docking station with power supply
unit, USB cable
PD-IDENT-UHF-S2D-​RWBTA-865-868
7030637
––Handheld with UHF antenna
––2D barcode scanner (reads ​1D and 2D barcodes)
––Windows Embedded CE 6.0 operating system
––Incl. Turck RFID TA-UHF software for reading and writing
tags
––Custom application software can be created on request
––With Wifi 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth wireless interface
––Degree of protection IP65
––Withstands several knocks from a height of 1.5 m ​on
smooth concrete
––Incl. pistol grip, docking station with power supply unit,
USB cable
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System components
Dimension drawing Type
120
Ident no.
Description
PD-IDENT-UHF-RWBTA-​902928
7030642
––Handheld with UHF antenna
––Windows Embedded CE 6.0 operating system
––Incl. Turck RFID ​TA-UHF software (DE/EN/FR/IT/ES) ​for
reading and writing tags
––Custom application software can be created on request
––With Wifi 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth wireless interface
––Degree of protection IP65
––Withstands several falls from a height of 1.5 m
––Incl. PD-IDENT-TA-4400 battery, PD-IDENT-TA-DOCK
docking station with power supply unit and USB cable,
operator stylus with PD-IDENT-TA-STYLUS-HOLDER-KIT
holder
PD-IDENT-UHF-S2D-RWBTA-​902-928
7030643
––Handheld with UHF antenna
––2D barcode scanner (reads ​1D and 2D barcodes)
––Windows Embedded CE 6.0 operating system
––Incl. Turck RFID ​TA-UHF software (DE/EN/FR/IT/ES) ​for
reading and writing tags
––Custom application software can be created on request
––With Wifi 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth wireless interface
––Degree of protection IP65
––Withstands several falls from a height of 1.5 m
––Incl. pistol grip, PD-IDENT-TA-4400 battery, PD-IDENTTA-DOCK docking station with power supply unit and
USB cable, operator stylus with PD-IDENT-TA-STYLUSHOLDER-KIT holder
PD-IDENT-UHF-RWBTA-​920925
7030644
––Handheld with UHF antenna
––Windows Embedded CE 6.0 (CN) operating system
––Incl. Turck RFID TA-UHF (EN/CN) software for reading and
writing tags
––Custom application software can be created on request
––With Wifi 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth wireless interface
––Degree of protection IP65
––Withstands several falls from a height of 1.5 m
––Incl. PD-IDENT-TA-4400 battery, PD-IDENT-TA-DOCK
docking station with power supply unit and USB cable,
operator stylus with PD-IDENT-TA-STYLUS-HOLDER-KIT
holder
PD-IDENT-UHF-S2D-RWBTA-​920-925
7030645
––Handheld with UHF antenna
––2D barcode scanner (reads ​1D and 2D barcodes)
––Windows Embedded CE 6.0 (CN) operating system
––Incl. Turck RFID TA-UHF (EN/CN) software for reading and
writing tags
––Custom application software can be created on request
––With Wifi 802.11a/b/g/n and Bluetooth wireless interface
––Degree of protection IP65
––Withstands several falls from a height of 1.5 m
––Incl. pistol grip, PD-IDENT-TA-4400 battery, PD-IDENTTA-DOCK docking station with power supply unit and
USB cable, operator stylus with PD-IDENT-TA-STYLUSHOLDER-KIT holder
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5.6.10 Accessories
Type
Ident no.
Description
PD-IDENT-TA-STYLUS-​HOLDER-KIT
7030549
Stylus pen with holder
7030550
Spare stylus pens (5 pce)
7030554
RS232 adapter cable for directly connecting the TA handheld to a device with an RS232 interface
PD-IDENT-TA-​POWERSUPPLY
7030597
Power supply unit
PD-IDENT-TA-POUCH
7030548
Carrying bag for the TW and TA handhelds without pistol
grip
PD-IDENT-TA-DOCK
7030596
Docking station incl. power supply unit
PD-IDENT-TA-4400
7030518
Spare battery 4400 mAh
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BL ident® connection technology
5.7.1
Type code
Type code – example
… – RK4.5T – 5 / S2500
Type code – explanation
… Usage
–
Usage
FB–
Food & Beverage type;
resistant to all common acid
and alkaline detergents and
disinfectants; IP67 and IP69K
RK4.5T Connector type
Connector type
RK4.5T female straight; 5-pin
WK4.5T female angled; 5-pin
RS4.5T male straight; 5-pin
–
5 Cable length
/
Cable length
0.3 0.3 m
2
2m
5
5m
10 10 m
25 25 m
50 50 m
S2500 Connector quality
Connector quality
S2500 standard version:
cable: UL 20963; cable jacket:
PUR, yellow, qualified for
drag chain use, oil-resistant,
highly flexible
S2503 economic version:
cable: UL 20549; cable jacket:
PUR, black; qualified for
drag chain use, oil-resistant,
flexible
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5.7.2
Features
■■Pre-assembled fieldbus and connection cables
■■Connection accessories for bus and power supply
■■Pre-assembled cables for connecting interface and read/write head
■■Connection and extension cordsets for the food sector
■■Cable length to the read/write head up to 50 m
5.7.3
Design of BL ident® connection technology
BU
WH
BN
RD
BK
BK
BU
WH
BK
YE
≈ 6,4
≈ 6,7
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Available device types
Standard type
Wiring diagram
Technical data
4-pole, AWG 224 / AWG 22
Sheathing material: PUR, color: yellow
halogen free, LABS free
Shield: Aluminum foil, tinned plated copper braid
Sheath diameter: 6.4 mm
Suitable for trailing applications, oil resistant, highly flexible
Cable UL Style 20963
Cable type
S2500
Cable sheath
PUR, yellow
Cable diameter
Ø 6.4 mm
Shielding
Yes
Core cross section
2 x 0.2 mm²
DC resistance (loop)
103 Ω /km
Core cross section
2 x 0.34 mm²
Suitable for trailing cables
Yes
Halogen free
Yes
Connectors
Male/female connector, M12 x 1, straight/angled
Types
RK4.5T, RS4.5T, WK4.5T
Number of poles
5
Contacts
Metal, CuZn, gold-plated
Contact carrier
Plastic, CuZn, black
Grip body
Plastic, TPU, black
Coupling nut/screw
Metal, CuZn-Ni, nickel-plated
Insulation class
IP67
Rated voltage
30 V
Ambient temperature
124
at rest
-40 … 90 °C
when moving
-25 … 90 °C
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Dimension drawing
Cable length [m]
Ident no.
Type
100
8036048
KABEL-BLIDENT-100M
2
8035244
RK4.5T-2/S2500
5
6699206
RK4.5T-5/S2500
10
6699207
RK4.5T-10/S2500
25
6638421
RK4.5T-25/S2500
50
6699422
RK4.5T-50/S2500
0.3
6699210
RK4.5T-0,3-RS4.5T/S2500
2
6699200
RK4.5T-2-RS4.5T/S2500
5
6699201
RK4.5T-5-RS4.5T/S2500
10
6699202
RK4.5T-10-RS4.5T/S2500
25
6699211
RK4.5T-25-RS4.5T/S2500
50
8035246
RK4.5T-50-RS4.5T/S2500
2
8035245
WK4.5T-2/S2500
5
6699208
WK4.5T-5/S2500
10
6699209
WK4.5T-10/S2500
25
6699423
WK4.5T-25/S2500
50
6699424
WK4.5T-50/S2500
2
6699203
WK4.5T-2-RS4.5T/S2500
5
6699204
WK4.5T-5-RS4.5T/S2500
10
6699205
WK4.5T-10-RS4.5T/S2500
25
6638425
WK4.5T-25-RS4.5T/S2500
50
6638426
WK4.5T-50-RS4.5T/S2500
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Wiring diagram
Technical data
4-pole, AWG 19/24 (data cable), AWG 19/22 (power supply cable)
Sheathing material: PUR, black
halogen free, LABS free
Shield: Aluminum foil, tinned plated copper braid
Sheath diameter: 6.7 mm
Suitable for trailing applications, oil resistant, highly flexible
Cable UL Style 20549
Cable type
S2503
Cable sheath
PUR, black
Cable diameter
Ø 6.7 mm
Shielding
Yes
Core cross section
2 x 0.25 mm²
DC resistance (loop)
164 Ω /km
Core cross section
2 x 0.34 mm²
Suitable for trailing cables
Yes
Connectors
Male/female connector, M12 x 1, straight/angled
Types
RK4.5T, RS4.5T, WK4.5T
Number of poles
5
Contacts
Metal, CuZn, gold-plated
Contact carrier
Plastic, CuZn, black
Grip body
Plastic, TPU, black
Coupling nut/screw
Metal, CuZn-Ni, nickel-plated
Protection class
IP67
Rated voltage
300 V
Ambient temperature
126
at rest
-50 … 80 °C
when moving
-25 … 80 °C
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Dimension drawing
Cable length [m]
Ident no.
Type
100
7030351
KABEL-E-BLIDENT-100M
2
7030341
RK4.5T-2/S2503
5
7030342
RK4.5T-5/S2503
10
7030343
RK4.5T-10/S2503
25
7030344
RK4.5T-25/S2503
50
7030345
RK4.5T-50/S2503
2
7030331
RK4.5T-2-RS4.5T/S2503
5
7030332
RK4.5T-5-RS4.5T/S2503
10
7030333
RK4.5T-10-RS4.5T/S2503
25
7030334
RK4.5T-25-RS4.5T/S2503
50
7030335
RK4.5T-50-RS4.5T/S2503
2
7030346
WK4.5T-2/S2503
5
7030347
WK4.5T-5/S2503
10
7030348
WK4.5T-10/S2503
25
7030349
WK4.5T-25/S2503
50
7030350
WK4.5T-50/S2503
2
7030336
WK4.5T-2-RS4.5T/S2503
5
7030337
WK4.5T-5-RS4.5T/S2503
10
7030338
WK4.5T-10-RS4.5T/S2503
25
7030339
WK4.5T-25-RS4.5T/S2503
50
7030340
WK4.5T-50-RS4.5T/S2503
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Wiring diagram
Technical data
The new standard for the food industry
Resistant to all typical acids and alkali cleaning agents and disinfectants
Degree of protection IP68/IP69K
No hardening, no loss of color thanks to cleaning agent resistant PVC free plastics
Also with other cable material lengths
Cable type
FB
Cable sheath
PP, yellow
Cable diameter
Ø 6.4 mm
Core cross section
0.25 mm²
Connectors
Female connector, M12 x 1, straight/angled
Types
RK4.5T, WK4.5T
Number of poles
5
Contacts
Metal, CuZn, gold-plated
Contact carrier
Plastic, CuZn, black
Grip body
Plastic, PP, white
Coupling nut/screw
Stainless steel, 1.4404
Current carrying capacity
4A
Insulation class
IP67, IP69K (screwed)
Rated voltage
max. 250 V
Ambient temperature
when moving
Dimension drawing
-25 … 90 °C
Cable length [m]
Ident no.
Type
5
7030281
FB-RK4.5T-5/S2500
10
7030282
FB-RK4.5T-10/S2500
25
7030283
FB-RK4.5T-25/S2500
50
7030284
FB-RK4.5T-50/S2500
5
7030285
FB-WK4.5T-5/S2500
10
7030286
FB-WK4.5T-10/S2500
25
7030287
FB-WK4.5T-25/S2500
50
7030288
FB-WK4.5T-50/S2500
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5.8
BL ident® Simulator
5.8.1
BL ident® HF Simulator
The BL ident® Simulator enables you to simulate your individual application, combine different
read/write heads and tags, and make the correct pre-selection for a system.
The Simulator can be accessed as an online application at the following address:
http://pdb.turck.de/en/DE/rfid/simulator
The Simulator enables you to set application parameters for Speed, Range and Data capacity
and change the values. This shows the possibilities and limits of the particular combination of
read/write heads and tags.
As well as simulating the application, the Simulator also shows the relevant data sheets and
documents. The application accesses the data of the Turck product database and thus always
supplies the most up-to-date data.
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NOTE
The maximum read/write distance and the length of the transmission zone only represent typical values under laboratory conditions. The achievable distances may vary by
up to 50 % due to component tolerances, mounting location in the application, ambient conditions and the effect of materials (particularly metal and liquids).
➤➤The application must be tested particularly for read and write operations with tags in
motion.
➤➤Keep the recommended distance of tag to the read/write head.
In this way you ensure reliable read/write operations in the sensing range despite any
deviations.
Fig. 22: BL ident® Simulator
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BL ident® UHF Simulator
The Ray Tracer is a software simulation tool that enables the correct operation of a wide range
of different UHF RFID system constellations to be tested in realistic conditions. Three-dimensional computer models of the RFID application environment and algorithms for calculating the
radio wave propagation in the space realistically simulate the operation of UHF RFID systems.
Before the system is installed, the Ray Tracer simulation is used to carry out different simulation
runs. The results help to select suitable system components. The Ray Tracer also analyzes the
technical feasibility of a UHF application in complex spatial application environments.
Fig. 23: Three dimensional, complex computer imaging of an application environment
The Ray Tracer simulation tool takes all essential physical effects into account which affect the
propagation of radio waves, such as attenuation characteristics in air and other media (obstacles), reflection and transmission properties on objects of different materials, polarization
characteristics, antenna characteristics and gain of read/write units and tags.
Each simulation is based on actual spatial application conditions, and each simulation run is
always customer-specific and supplies tailored results for the relevant application site.
The information value of these simulation results is comparable with results gained from actual
measurement series carried out on site, and the time and costs involved can be considerably
reduced.
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Ray Tracer simulations are ideal for considerably speeding up the system planning and analysis
of UHF RFID systems, whilst taking customer-specific application conditions into account.
Use of the Ray Tracer requires a considerable amount of training and specialist knowledge, and
so it is not freely available but only available for use by Turck RFID specialists and their system
partners. If required, contact us so that we can examine the possibility of a simulation for your
application.
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Fig. 24: Example of a Ray Tracer field strength simulation
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6
Planning and preparing the use of a BL ident® system
The following information provides help in selecting the appropriate BL ident® system components for your application. General selection criteria include:
■■Mechanical dimensions
■■Distance of tags to read/write heads for read and write operations
■■Tolerances in the mechanical guidance
■■Static and/or dynamic transfer of data
■■Data volume to be transferred
■■Speed of dynamic read and write operations (on the fly)
■■Use in explosion hazardous areas
■■Effects and interference from materials
■■Ambient conditions such as hazardous areas, humidity, temperature, effect of chemicals etc.
Important criteria for selecting read/write heads:
■■Mechanical dimensions
■■Required transmission zone
■■Size of the tag used
Important criteria for selecting interfaces:
■■Degree of protection
■■Bus type
■■Number of channels
6.1
Clarify requirements of HF applications
6.1.1
Transmission frequency
The BL ident® HF system operates at a transmission frequency of 13.56 MHz between the tags
and the read/write heads.
HF RFID systems are largely insensitive to electromagnetic interference and can be run parallel
to UHF RFID systems in an installation.
6.1.2
Lifespan of the tags
The passive tags do not require any batteries. Their lifespan is defined by the number of possible read/write operations.
■■FRAM tags with 2K memory each allow 1010 read/write operations.
■■FRAM tags with 8K memory each allow 1012 read/write operations.
■■EEPROM tags ensure an unlimited number of read operations and 104 or 105 write operations.
6.1.3
Degree of protection
Read/write heads with a high mechanical degree of protection (e.g. IP67/IP69K) are available for
harsh industrial conditions or wash-down applications. Temperature-resistant tags up to 240°C
are available for the high temperature range.
The interfaces for connecting a fieldbus system are offered in degrees of protection IP20 and
IP67. The BL ident® product range also includes the appropriate connection cables in a suitable
degree of protection.
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6.1.4
Compatibility
Controller systems
The BL ident® system is compatible with several different fieldbus controller systems. The
modular design allows the system to be adapted to the selected fieldbus system. This enables it
to be integrated easily in existing applications.
The Turck BL ident® system supports the following fieldbus controller systems:
■■PROFIBUS-DP
■■DeviceNet™
■■CANopen
■■Modbus TCP
■■EtherNet/IP™
■■PROFINET
■■EtherCAT®
BL ident® systems can be integrated into (existing) fieldbus systems. This makes it possible to
network multiple BL ident® systems.
The guidelines for the maximum expansion of the fieldbus system used apply. Further information is provided in the startup manual (see also chapter “Other documents”).
Interoperability
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A combination with systems of other suppliers is always possible thanks to international standards as well as standard technologies for the RFID sector.
The Turck RFID system is optimized for the combination of BL ident® read/write heads, tags and
interface modules. Different performance characteristics must be expected when combined
with the devices of other manufacturers.
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6.1.5
Transmission zone and read/write distance
The read/write head generates an alternating inductive field in the HF band. The recommended
read/write distance depends on the combination of tag and read/write head. The distribution
of the alternating field depends on the type of antennas in the tag and the read/write head.
Fig. 25: Transmission zone in the HF range
A data exchange is only possible in the transmission zone. The LSr (length of the transmission zone) and Sr (recommended read/write distance) are used to identify the transmission
zone more precisely. The width of the transmission zone is reduced the greater the distance
is between the tag and the read/write head, and is reduced to a point at limit distance H. The
greater the distance, the less data can be transferred or the speed at which the read/write head
is moved past must be reduced.
Length of the HF transmission zone and width offset
The length of the transmission zone LSr depends on the combination of tag and read/write
head.
The width offset is particularly important for the tolerance of a mechanical track guidance.
An illustration of this dependency is shown in the BL ident® Simulator at www.turck.com.
6.1.6
Minimum distance of tag and read/write head
With BL ident® a minimum distance between the tag and the read/write head is not necessary.
6.1.7
Permissible motion direction and alignment of the tags
The tags can move over the read/write head in any direction of movement if they are aligned
parallel to the read/write head.
6.1.8
Reading and writing in static mode
In static mode, data exchange is possible up to the area of limit distance H (see Figure 25) if the
tag is positioned precisely over the read/write head.
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6.1.9
Reading and writing in dynamic mode (on the fly)
In dynamic mode the tag moves past the read/write head. A data exchange is only possible in
the transmission zone.
6.1.10 Read time/write time
The tag must be located in the sensing range of the read/write head for a specific time in order
for all the required data to be read and written reliably. This read or write time depends on the
following factors:
■■Command type (write or read)
■■Memory type of the tag (EEPROM or FRAM)
■■Data volume
■■Increase in sensing range (resulting from the combination of the type of read/write head and
the tag, see chapter “Operating data”)
Write and read operations can be disturbed by the following factors:
■■Electromagnetic interference (see chapter “Ensuring electromagnetic compatibility”)
■■Severe reflections on metal parts in the direct vicinity of the sensing range
The following sections show the time required for reading or writing a specific data volume. The
write-read time required depends on the memory type of the tag.
Turck offers BL ident® tags for the HF range with the following memory types:
■■EEPROM-I-Code SL2
■■FRAM
EEPROM tags
The EEPROM tag is divided into 4 byte data blocks.
The start address and length of the read/written bytes can be selected as required within the
user data range.
Access to the user data range is only possible in blocks. This has an effect on the required read
or write time: For example, no time saving is made if less than 4 bytes are to be read. The start
addresses of the blocks are 0, 4, 8, 12…
Example: If 5 is selected as a start address and the length of the bytes to be read is 4, two blocks
are processed.
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NOTE
■■Only enter multiples of 4 as the start address and the length of the bytes to be read/
written. The start address and the length of the read/written bytes are attributes of
the write and read commands.
■■When selecting the data memory range, give preference to the lower addresses.
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The following diagrams apply if the instructions for time-critical applications are observed
EEPROM-I-Code-SL2 tag
Read
Write
80
400
t [ms]
t [ms]
75,8
70
372,6
350
300
60
250
50
47,0
40
220,6
200
41,6
36,6
30
27,2
28,6
171,6
150
31,3
20
100
10
50
119,6
70,2
34,3
0
4
8
16
32
48
64
112
128
0
4
46,0
8
16
32
48
64
112
128
291.0
329.5
112
128
Fig. 26: Dwell times for reading and writing of EEPROM-I-Code-SL2 tags
EM4233-SLIC tags
Read
Write
1000
1000
t [ms]
t [ms]
100
100
71.8
24.3
25.6
28.2
33.5
38.8
173.1
96.1
77.1
57.7
44.0
28.9
10
0
134.6
38.5
10
4
8
16
32
48
64
112
128
0
4
8
16
32
48
64
Fig. 27: Dwell times for reading and writing of EM4233SLIC tags
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FRAM tag
The FRAM tag is divided into 8 byte data blocks.
The start address and length of the read/written bytes can be selected as required within the
user data range.
Access to the user data range is only possible in blocks. This has an effect on the required read
or write time: For example, no time saving is made if less than 8 bytes are to be read. The start
addresses of the blocks are 8, 16, 24, 32…
Example: If 19 is selected as a start address and the length of the bytes to be read is 4, two
blocks are processed.
NOTE
■■Only enter multiples of 4 as the start address and the length of the bytes to be read/
written. The start address and the length of the read/written bytes are attributes of
the write and read commands.
■■When selecting the data memory range, give preference to the lower addresses.
The following diagrams apply if the instructions for time-critical applications are observed.
FRAM tag
Read
Write
10000
10000
t [ms]
t [ms]
1000
1090.6
1550.6
1000
406.6
288.6
139.6 149.6
100
75.6
28,8
28.8
31.5
36.7
42.0
100
104.6 116.6
81.4
45.6
41.0
29.7
10
0
189.6 213.6
33.7
44.8
56.2
67.8
10
4
8
16
32
48
64
112 128 224 256 512 2000
0
4
8
16
32
48
64
112 128 224 256 512 2000
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FRAM-K9 tag
Read
Write
10000
10000
t [ms]
4142.3
1000
1254.9
t [ms]
4778.3
1000
1236.3
370.9
100
132.3 143.3
77.0
33.6
33.6
33.6
33.6
44.1
100
77.0
112.8
57.0
44.1
57.0
74.9
57.0
92.6
54.7
37.0
10
0
320.3
151.3 169.3
10
4
8
16
32
48
64 112 128 224 256 512 2000 8000
0
4
8
16
32
48
64 112 128 224 256 512 2000 8000
Fig. 29: Dwell times for reading and writing of FRAM-K9 tags
6.1.11 Passing speed
The speed at which the tag can move past the read/write head depends on the combination
of read/write head and tag and the data volume to be processed. Specific values for maximum
speed and data volume can therefore only be given as examples.
The application parameters for Speed, Data capacity and Range can be changed for test purposes with the Turck BL ident® Simulator (available online at www.turck.com).
The processing time of the overall system must be taken into account as well as the data processing time in the read/write head. The time required for forwarding and processing the data
in the overall installation can vary from application to application.
If your application is designed for a fast succession of tags, it may be necessary to reduce the
speed at which the tags are moved past the read/write head.
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6.1.12 Read/write distance
The achievable read/write distances depend on the relevant combination of tag and read/write
head as well as the ambient conditions.
The possible read/write distance in the application depends on the following factors:
■■Data volume to be read
■■Passing speed
The HF read/write heads can achieve a range up to 1000 mm.
NOTE
A test under actual conditions is therefore always required.
The maximum read/write distance is only an idealized value under laboratory
conditions.
The following properties may be different due to component tolerances, mounting
location in the application, ambient conditions and the effect of materials (particularly
metal and liquids):
■■The achievable read/write distances may be reduced.
■■The parameters for the achievable passing speed (read and write operations on the
fly) and the maximum transmittable data volume also vary depending on the actual
transmission in the relevant application.
■■The recommended distance of tag to read/write head must be observed in order to
ensure reliable read/write operations in the sensing range despite any deviations.
The “recommended” and “maximum distance” entries are shown in the chapter “Combination of UHF read/write heads and tags”.
6.1.13 Dwell time of the tag
The dwell time Td is the time in which the tag is in the transmission range of the read/write head
on passing. During this time the read/write head and tag can exchange data with each other.
The dwell time Td is calculated as follows:
■■Td = LSr / VTAG
■■LSr: Length of the continuously running transmission zone
■■VTAG: Speed of the tag in dynamic operation
Fig. 30: Transmission zone in the HF range
In static operation, the dwell time must be at least as long as the communication between tag
and read/write head.
In dynamic mode, the dwell time is determined by the system environment. The dwell time
must be adapted to the transferred data volume.
The shorter the dwell time, the less the transferred data volume.
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6.1.14 Calculating the max. quantity of user data in single mode
The calculation of the maximum quantity of user data depends on the combination of tag and
read/write head used.
Example:
A transport system moves pallets fitted with tags at a max. speed of V TAG = 1.0 m/s in dynamic
operation.
The following RFID components were selected:
■■Read/write head: TB-M18-H1147
■■Tag: TW-R30-K2
L = Length of the transmission zone (see operating data)
Calculate the dwell time of the tag:
tv = L × 0.8 / V TAG = 0.018 m / 1.0 m/s = 0.018 s = 18 ms
Calculate max. user data (nmax) for read and write operations:
tv / tByte = 18 ms / 0.5 ms = 36 bytes => nmax = 36 bytes
When the tag passes a maximum of 36 bytes can be read or written.
NOTE
The BL ident® Simulator at www.turck.com enables you to illustrate different operating states in dynamic operation.
6.1.15 Minimum distance between two tags in single mode
The minimum distance between two tags in static mode depends on the size of the transmission zone.
The minimum distance between two tags in dynamic mode depends on the following factors:
■■Size of the transmission zone
■■Data volume
■■Bus cycle time
NOTE
Appropriate tests to determine the minimum distance of successive tags must be carried out before startup.
6.1.16 Minimum distance between two tags in multiple access
If the tags are located close together, it may not always be possible to ensure successful read/
write operation.
Select as large a distance between tags as possible if you wish to access multiple tags located
simultaneously in the transmission zone (bulk detection).
Information about the expected performance must be determined by carrying out a function
test under the specific application conditions.
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6.2
Clarifying the requirements of UHF applications
6.2.1
Transmission frequency
The Turck BL ident® system operates at nationally specified transmission frequencies between
the tags and read/write heads. These national frequencies for UHF are required due to the frequency ranges individually specified by the national regulation bodies.
The operating frequency of the devices in the UHF band is for example 865…868 MHz for Europe and 902…928 MHz for the USA. The BL ident® read/write heads in the UHF band can therefore only be used in the countries they are intended for and must not be put into operation
outside of these regions. As the BL ident® UHF tags are passive, and therefore do not radiate
their own radio waves, these are suitable for use worldwide.
Turck offers different tag variants that are specially designed and optimized for national
frequency bands in order to achieve as large a communication range as possible. Wide-band
multi-range tags for international use are also available as an alternative.
The various Turck read/write heads support the following transmission frequencies:
■■865…868 MHz (e.g. for Europe)
■■866…868 MHz (e. g. for Russia)
■■902…928 MHz (e.g. for USA and Canada)
■■920…925 MHz (e.g. for China)
■■902…907.5 MHz and 915…928 MHz (e.g. Brazil)
■■917…920.8 MHz (e.g. for Korea)
The relevant national specifications for UHF such as frequency range, output and the status of
any national regulations can be obtained from the Internet at:
http://www.gs1.org/docs/epcglobal/UHF_Regulations.pdf
For more detailed information please contact the regulation authorities of the country where
you wish to use the UHF RFID system.
HF RFID systems can be run parallel to UHF RFID systems in an installation.
6.2.2
Lifespan of the tags
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The passive tags do not require any batteries. Their lifespan is defined by the number of possible read/write operations.
■■EEPROM tags ensure an unlimited number of read operations and 104 or 105 write operations.
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6.2.3
Degree of protection
Read/write heads with a high mechanical degree of protection (e.g. IP67/IP69K) are available for
harsh industrial conditions or wash-down applications. Temperature-resistant tags up to 240°C
are available for the high temperature range.
The interfaces for connecting a fieldbus system are offered in degrees of protection IP20 and
IP67. The BL ident® product range also includes the appropriate connection cables in a suitable
degree of protection.
6.2.4
Compatibility
Controller systems
The BL ident® system is compatible with several different fieldbus controller systems. The
modular design allows the system to be adapted to the selected fieldbus system. This enables it
to be integrated easily in existing applications.
The Turck BL ident® system supports the following fieldbus controller systems:
■■PROFIBUS-DP
■■DeviceNet™
■■CANopen
■■Modbus TCP
■■EtherNet/IP™
■■PROFINET
■■EtherCAT®
BL ident® systems can be integrated into (existing) fieldbus systems. This makes it possible to
network multiple BL ident® systems.
The guidelines for the maximum expansion of the fieldbus system used apply. Further information is provided in the startup manual (see also chapter “Other documents”).
Interoperability
A combination with systems of other suppliers is always possible thanks to international standards as well as standard technologies for the RFID sector.
The Turck RFID system is optimized for the combination of BL ident® read/write heads, tags and
interface modules. Different performance characteristics must be expected when combined
with the devices of other manufacturers.
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6.2.5
Transmission zone and read/write distance
UHF technology makes use of the properties of an electromagnetic wave for data transmission.
The recommended read/write distances depend on the combination of tag and read/write
head, as well as the physical conditions of the surroundings. The distribution of the alternating
electromagnetic field depends on the type of antennas in the tag and the read/write head, as
well as the layout and characteristics of the physical environment (e.g. reflecting obstacles).
UHF transmission zone
A data exchange is only possible in the transmission zone. The size of the transmission zone
depends on the combination of tag and read/write head. The shape and extent of the transmission zone are primarily determined by environmental factors, such as obstacles in the physical
surroundings of the read/write head and the tag. Metallic objects or objects with a high permittivity in particular change the size and extent of the UHF transmission zone with reflected and
transmitted radio waves. Obstacles that are not located directly in the connection line between
tag and read/write head, but for example at the side or rear, also cause a change in the transmission zone.
The transmission zone can take on a more or less jagged shape – with fading inside it.
The optimum reliability of the application can be ensured by planning sufficient reserve in
transmission distances and access times.
Planning reserve transmission distances
Starting from the maximum possible read distance Dread_ideal for a particular combination of
read/write head and tag, only approx. 40…80 % of the maximum possible distance Dread_ideal
may actually be used for read operations, depending on the mounting conditions. The possible
distance for write operations may be even less, e.g. only 50 % of the maximum possible read
distance Dread_ideal.
Dread_ideal
ca. 40…80 %
100 %
Dread_real_max
ca. 50 %
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Dwrite_max
Fig. 31: Possible read/write distances
NOTE
Range tests in real conditions must be carried out in all cases.
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6.2.6
Minimum distance of tag and read/write head
With BL ident® a minimum distance between the tag and the read/write head is not necessary.
6.2.7
Permissible motion direction and alignment of the tags
The tags can move over the read/write head in any direction of movement if they are aligned
parallel to the read/write head.
6.2.8
Reading and writing in static mode with UHF
Individual access
In static mode with UHF, the tag can be located at a read/write distance of several meters if it is
placed in a fixed position precisely in front of the read/write head.
Multiple access
UHF RFID systems in static mode enable the reading of a large number of tags. Due to the inhomogeneous UHF transmission zone, several attempts may be necessary to achieve a complete
data transmission. Tags may not even be detected in this mode if they are located in a dead
zone.
6.2.9
Reading and writing in dynamic mode (on the fly) with UHF
In dynamic mode the tag moves past the read/write head at a specific transverse speed according to the configuration. A data exchange is only possible in the transmission zone.
The BL ident® UHF system in dynamic mode enables the reading of a large number of tags.
Due to the inhomogeneous UHF transmission zone, several attempts may be necessary to
achieve a complete data transmission. An additional time reserve for detecting all tags must
therefore be included in planning.
6.2.10 Read time/write time
The tag must be located in the sensing range of the read/write head for a specific time in order
for all the required data to be read and written reliably. This read or write time depends on the
following factors:
■■Command type (write or read)
■■Memory type of the tag (EEPROM or FRAM)
■■Data volume
■■Homogeneity of the electromagnetic field with UHF (interruption of the communication with
moving tags due to field reflections and interference; interaction of radio waves with the
environment)
The acquisition of data may be disturbed by the following factors:
■■Electromagnetic interference
■■Interference may cause the cancellation of the waves and fading.
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6.2.11 Passing speed
The speed at which the tag can move past the read/write head depends on the data volume to
be processed, the combination of read/write head and tag, as well as the spatial conditions of
the environment. Specific values for maximum speed and data volume can therefore only be
given as examples.
The UHF system normally offers a higher read speed than the HF system. Many tags are detected simultaneously (bulk detection), fast moving tags are detected reliably.
The processing time of the overall configuration of the ID system must be taken into account as
well as the data processing time in the read/write head. The time required for forwarding and
processing the data in the overall installation can vary from application to application.
If your application is designed for a rapid succession of tags, it may be necessary to reduce the
speed at which the tags are moved past the read/write head.
6.2.12 Read/write distance
NOTE
A test under actual conditions is therefore always required.
The maximum read/write distance is only an idealized value under laboratory
conditions.
The following properties may be different due to component tolerances, mounting
location in the application, ambient conditions and the effect of materials (particularly
metal and liquids):
■■The achievable read/write distances may be reduced.
■■The parameters for the achievable passing speed (read and write operations on the
fly) and the maximum transmittable data volume also vary depending on the actual
transmission in the relevant application.
■■The recommended distance of tag to read/write head must be observed in order to
ensure reliable read/write operations in the sensing range despite any deviations.
The “recommended” and “maximum distance” entries are shown in the chapter “Combination of UHF read/write heads and tags”.
The write distance depends on the tag used and its mounting conditions. Depending on the
application, the write distance is sometimes 30…50 % of the maximum read distance.
NOTE
Do not carry out write operations close to the limit of the transmission zone.
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The achievable read/write distances depend on the relevant combination of tag and read/write
head as well as the ambient conditions.
The possible read/write distance in the application depends on the following factors:
■■Transmission output of the read/write head: The higher the transmission output of the read/
write head, the greater the read/write distance.
Size
■■ and design of the tag: The larger the antenna of the tag, the greater the energy consumption and therefore the greater the read/write distance
Absorption
factor of materials in the spatial environment: The greater the absorption of the
■■
electromagnetic waves, the smaller the read/write read distance.
■■Reflective properties of the environment: In an environment with a lot of reflective materials
(e.g. in rooms with reflective surfaces, machines, concrete walls) the read/write distance can
be considerably greater than in an environment with low reflective properties. Overreaches
are just as possible as fading.
Tag
■■ frequency tuning: Tags for which the frequency is optimized for a specific region (e.g.
865…868 MHz frequency band for Europe) offer in this region higher read/write distances
than tags designed with a broad frequency band.
The UHF read/write heads typically have a sensing range of several meters.
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6.2.13 Dwell time of the tag
The dwell time Td is the time in which the tag is in the transmission range of the read/write head
on passing. During this time the read/write head and tag can exchange data with each other.
In static operation, the dwell time must be at least as long as the communication between tag
and read/write head. If communication is fault-free, the dwell time can be as long as required. If
the tag is located in a dead zone due to interference, the dwell time is zero.
In dynamic mode, the dwell time is determined by the system environment. The dwell time
must be adapted to the transferred data volume. The shorter the dwell time, the less the transferred data volume.
Communication in UHF RFID between the read/write head and the tag can fail on account of
fading. Several transfer attempts may therefore be necessary to establish communication due
to the inhomogeneous UHF field. When planning the dwell time, additional time must therefore be reserved for any repeat attempts.
NOTE
The number of automatic retries can be set via the offline parameters of the higherlevel controller (PLC).
6.2.14 Minimum distance between two tags in single mode
The minimum distance between two tags in dynamic mode depends on the following factors:
■■Data volume
■■Bus cycle time
NOTE
Appropriate tests to determine the minimum distance of successive tags must be carried out before startup.
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6.2.15 Requirements for multiple access
Multiple access means a read/write head can communicate with several tags at the same time.
All tags must therefore be located in the transmission zone at the same time.
In multiple access the tags are distinguished by the read/write head by means of their UII/EPC.
The read/write head can thus address a tag selectively by means of its specific UII/EPC.
The tags must have different UIIs/EPCs for multiple access. If the tags have the same UII/EPC,
these must be individually written with different UIIs/EPCs for applications with multi-access.
If the tags are located close together, it may not always be possible to ensure successful read/
write operation.
Select as large a distance between tags as possible if you wish to access multiple tags located
simultaneously in the transmission zone (bulk detection). The minimum distance between the
tags is 50 mm.
Information about the expected performance must be determined by carrying out a function
test under the specified application conditions.
6.2.16 Interaction with several read/write heads
In applications with several read/write heads run in parallel there is a risk that the tags are
detected by different read/write heads at the same time. The detection of a tag by several read/
write heads at the same time occurs particularly if the read/write heads transmit on the same
channel (on the same frequency).
The BL ident® system uses different processes in order to ensure that a tag is only detected by
the appropriate read/write head. These processes vary according to the application region:
■■Europe: Adaptive frequency agility according to ETSI 302 208 V1.2
■■China, USA, Korea: Frequency hopping procedure according to FCC Rules Part 15
Adaptive frequency agility
With adaptive frequency agility the read/write head checks prior to transmission the four adjacent channels of the current transmit channel. The read/write head transmits if two adjacent
channels above and two adjacent channels below the transmission channel are free. The read/
write head transmits for a maximum of 4 s on one channel. If the adjacent channels are not
free, the read/write head interrupts the transmission for 100 ms or jumps immediately to a free
channel.
Frequency hopping procedure
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50
China
16
Korea
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With the frequency hopping procedure, the read/write head changes its transmit channel in a
random or programmed sequence (FHSS – frequency hopping spread spectrum). The probability that two read/write heads are operating on the same frequency is reduced by the number of
transmission channels:
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Preventing interaction when using several read/write heads
Besides adaptive frequency agility and the frequency hopping procedure, the following are
ways of preventing the interaction between read/write heads:
Observe the minimum distances of the antennas between each other
The minimum distance between two read/write heads using the same frequency depends on
the maximum radiant power and the alignment of the antenna.
D
Tag
Tag
Tag
Tag
D
Tag
Tag
D
Fig. 32: Antenna alignment
Antenna alignment
Minimum distance D for
TN…-Q175L200-H1147 with
ERP = 1 W
Minimum distance D for
TN…-Q120L130-H1147 with
ERP = 0.5 W
Back to back
0.5 m
0.25 m
Side by side
1 m
0.5 m
Front to front
2.5 m
1.25 m
NOTE
The stated values do not take into account the effect of the tags.
Using Dense Reader Mode (DRM) (only for use in Europe)
Dense Reader Mode (DRM) enables several read/write heads using the same transmission
frequency and in close proximity to operate fault-free. The read/write head transmits on four
transmission channels in compliance with ETSI EN 302 208 V1.2.1 and EPC Global. The response
of the tag appears on the associated channels. Due to the large difference in signal levels
between the transmit channels and the adjacent channels, dense read mode offers significant
benefits when a frequency is reused
NOTE
When the read/write heads are used in Europe, the use of DRM filters is advantageous
if several read/write heads are operated in a narrow space. The DRM filters can be
switched on manually in the WebConfig software in the “Link profiles” menu.
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Synchronizing read/write heads through a higher-level controller
Interference can be kept to a minimum if only one read/write head is always active for a
minimum period. The read/write heads can be synchronized by the higher-level controller. The
TDMA procedure should be used for the transmission.
Triggering read/write heads
If read/write heads are triggered, the transmission field is only switched on if communication
with the tag is required. If a tag is located in the detection range of the read/write head, the
transmission field can be switched on, for example, by means of an additional sensor.
Creating a channel assignment plan
Turck recommends the creation of a channel assignment plan for RFID applications which use
adaptive frequency agility. If several read/write heads transmit on the same channel, they must
be located as far apart as possible. The adaptive frequency agility is not available in alle regions.
Region
Fixed Frequency
Adaptive Frequency Agility
Europe (ETSI)
allowed
allowed
Russlia
allowed
allowed
USA/Canada
not allowed
not allowed
China
not allowed
not allowed
Korea
not allowed
not allowed
Brazil
not allowed
not allowed
Tuning frequency ranges and channels
The following frequency ranges and channels are used for different regions.
200 kHz
600 kHz
max. 2.0 W (ERP)
read/write signal
data carrier response
f [MHz]
865.7
866.3
866.9
867.5
868.0
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Fig. 33: Frequency ranges in Europe, adaptive frequency agility
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NOTE
When using the read/write heads in Europe, use the four available channels equally.
200 kHz
600 kHz
max. 4.0 W (EIRP)
read/write signal
data carrier response
917.0 917.3
917.9
918.5
919.1
919.7 f [MHz] 920,3
920,8
Fig. 34: Frequency ranges in Korea,
Frequency hopping procedure
500 kHz
max. 4.0 W (EIRP)
50 channels
902.0 902.5
902.75
927.5 928.0
927.25
f [MHz]
Fig. 35: Frequency ranges in the USA, Frequency hopping procedure
250 kHz
max. 2.0 W (ERP)
16 channels
920.125
920.5
920.625
924.5
924.375
924.875
f [MHz]
Fig. 36: Frequency ranges in China, Frequency hopping procedure
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250 kHz
max. 4.0 W (EIRP)
50 channels
914.875
915.125
915.25
927.625
927.5
927.875
f [MHz]
Fig. 37: Frequency ranges in Brazil, Frequency hopping procedure
200 kHz
max. 2.0 W (ERP)
8 channels
865
866.0
866.1
867.6
867.5
868
f [MHz]
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Fig. 38: Frequency ranges in Russia, adaptive frequency agility
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Setting the transmission output and other read/write head parameters
In order to prevent mutual interference between components, read/write head parameters
such as the transmission output can be set via the DTM or the RDemo and WebConfig software
tools.
Using mechanical shielding
Mechanical shielding (e.g. mesh grills) reduce interference, such as the faulty and unintended
detection of tags positioned further away.
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6.3
Effect on UHF RFID systems
6.3.1
Electromagnetic waves – Reflections and interference
Electromagnetic waves in the UHF range behave and are propagated in a similar way to light
waves. They are reflected on large objects such as ceilings, floors, walls, windows and interfere
with each other. Interference may cause the following effects:
■■Amplification of the waves and thus an increased read distance
■■Cancellation of waves leading to fading
Real environments always contain several reflective objects which cause the interference of
electromagnetic waves. It is therefore difficult to determine in advance the propagation paths
and field strength of the electromagnetic waves for a particular location.
NOTE
Range tests in real conditions must be carried out in all cases.
6.3.2
Reducing the effect of reflections and interference
Reducing transmission output
A reduced transmission output can keep interference to a minimum.
■■Set the transmission output of the read/write head so that it is sufficient for a detection rate
of 100 %.
Synchronize
read/write heads through a higher-level controller.
■■
Synchronize
read/write heads using a higher-level controller in order to minimize
■■
interference.
6.3.3
Effect of liquids and non-metallic substances
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Non-metallic substances and bodies as well as liquids can absorb UHF radiation. This can affect
the field or cause the cancellation of the electromagnetic field depending on the size of a body
and distance to the UHF radiation source.
Liquids and aqueous substances, ice, carbon have a higher RF attenuation in the UHF band. The
electromagnetic radiation is partly reflected and absorbed.
Oil and petroleum based liquids cause a slight RFI attenuation in the UHF band. Electromagnetic waves penetrate these oil and petroleum based liquids and are only slightly attenuated.
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6.3.4
Effect of third party components
The performance of the BL ident® UHF system greatly depends on the electromagnetic environment of the read/write heads. Although the requirements for electromagnetic compatibility are defined in the R&TTE Directive, different components nevertheless produce mutual
interference.
Reflections and interference through third-party components
Electromagnetic fields of the UHF read/write heads are weakened by absorbing materials and
reflected by conductive materials. If electromagnetic fields are reflected, the reflecting fields
and the fields of the read/write heads produce overlays (interference).
Third party components in the same frequency band
BL ident® UHF read/write heads can be severely affected by the transmission frequency of other
components.
■■Third party components in the same frequency band
■■Third party components may transmit in frequency bands with adjacent bands which overlap
the frequency band of the read/write head.
This may decrease the signal-to-interference ratio, thus reducing the performance of a BL
ident® system.
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6.4
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
6.4.1
Electromagnetic compatibility – definition
The electronic elements of an installation are exposed to different types of interference. This is
due, for example, to the increasing density of installed components, the increasing amount of
power electronics connected and the faster switching speeds involved. The higher the degree
of automation, the greater the risk of mutual interference.
EMC is defined in the EU Directive 2004/108/EC as follows:
“‘electromagnetic compatibility’ means the ability of equipment to function satisfactorily in its
electromagnetic environment without introducing intolerable electromagnetic disturbances to
other equipment in that environment.”
Interference sources arise through the combination of RFID with other parts of the overall system of an installation. When designing an installation it is therefore necessary to take precautionary measures to ensure EMC.
The RFI suppression of an installation as well as the observance of national specifications and
regulations is the responsibility of the plant owner. The interference immunity of an installation
mostly requires the implementation of a package of measures. Measures that are implemented
when the system is installed can save later modifications and the need for fault rectification.
6.4.2
Cause of electromagnetic interference
Electromagnetic interference can only occur in an installation if the following elements are
present:
■■Interference source (emitter of interference, e.g. motor)
■■Coupling (by which interference caused by the interference source reaches the interference
sink, e.g. connection cable)
Interference
sink (recipient of interference, e.g. read/write head)
■■
Interference cannot occur if one of these elements is missing, even if the interference source
has strong interference emissions.
source of interference
e.g. motor
link
e.g. cable connector
susceptible equipment
e.g. read/write head
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A system often has several interference sources and interference sinks. An interference sink can
be an interference source at the same time and interact with other interference sources and
sinks.
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6.4.3
Basic measures for ensuring EMC
Measures to ensure EMC act at different locations (interference components) in order to reduce
the effect on the interference sink as much as possible. The following describes a number of
measures to ensure EMC.
source of interference:
reduce emission
link:
avoid coupling
susceptible equipment:
increase interference immunity
Fig. 40: Mutual interference of the interference components and EMC measures
It is particularly important to know the coupling paths involved in order to implement the appropriate counter measures.
Analyzing coupling paths
Interference coupling is possible on the following four coupling paths:
■■Galvanic coupling
■■Capacitive coupling
■■Inductive coupling
■■Radiative coupling
The radiated interference on the coupling paths has different causes:
■■Connection cables:
ūūIncorrect or unfavorable wiring
ūūMissing or incorrectly connected shield
ūūUnfavorably located connection cables
■■Control cabinet or housing:
ūūMissing or incorrectly wired equipotential bonding
ūūMissing or incorrect grounding
ūūUnfavorably located arrangement
ūūInsecurely mounted modules
ūūUnfavorable control cabinet layout
In practice the coupling paths are often very complex and considerable experience is needed to
analyze them. However, interference sources and interference sinks can be easily identified by
measuring their emissions and appropriate countermeasures taken.
Shielding the housing
➤➤Install
the device in a cabinet or a housing in order to protect it from external interference.
the cabinet or housing in the chassis ground.
➤➤Use partition plates to shield electromagnetic fields arising from inductances from the device.
➤➤Integrate
Install a ground connection with a large contact area
➤➤Connect
passive metal parts to the chassis ground using an HF low impedance connection
across a large contact area.
➤➤Connect passive metal parts and the central ground point with a large area connection.
➤➤Incorporate the shield ground in the chassis grounding system (connect the shield ground to
the chassis ground across a large contact area).
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Planning the cabling
➤➤Divide
the cabling into cable groups.
cable groups separately.
➤➤Always route power cables and data cables in separate ducts or bundles.
➤➤Always introduce cables from one side and at only level into the cabinet.
➤➤Route the data cables as close as possible to chassis surfaces.
➤➤Twist the feed and return conductors of separately installed cables.
➤➤Route the data cables between the read/write heads and the interface modules through the
routing for the bus cable.
➤➤Route
Shielding the cables
➤➤Shield
the data transmission cables.
the shield of the data transmission cables at both ends.
➤➤Shield the analog cables
➤➤Shield the analog cables at one end (e.g. on the drive unit)
➤➤Connect the cable shields to the shielding bus over a large contact area at the cabinet entry.
➤➤Fasten the cable shields with a low impedance contact using clamps.
➤➤Feed the connected shield through to the module without interruption.
➤➤Use braided shields.
➤➤Do not use foil shields.
➤➤Connect
Line and signal filters
➤➤Use
line filters with metal housings.
the filter housing to the cabinet chassis using an HF low impedance connection
across a large contact area.
➤➤Do not fix the filter housing to painted surfaces
➤➤Fasten the filter at the control cabinet entry or in the direction of the interference source
➤➤Connect
Install devices in a control cabinet
Interference can be prevented through optimum control cabinet design. In this case the following applies as a general rule: The effect of the interference decreases as the distance between
the interference source and interference sink increases.
➤➤Install the interference source and the interference sink as far apart as possible.
➤➤Install shielding plates to further decrease the interference➤➤Signal cables should have a minimum clearance from power cables or load cables of 10 cm.
➤➤Install correctly dimensioned line filters to avoid external interference via the network.
➤➤Fit line filters directly at the cabinet entry.
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Magnetic and electrical fields and electromagnetic waves can be kept away from the interference sink by using a metal housing. The easier the induced interference current can flow, the
greater the intrinsic weakening of the interference field.
➤➤Connect all housing sections with a low impedance connection.
➤➤If the control cabinet panels are insulated from each other, an HF connection can be established using ribbon cables and HF terminals or HF paste.
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Preventing interference sources
➤➤Prevent
the installation of interference sources that particularly occur with switched
inductances.
Relays, contactors, fluorescent lights in the control cabinet and valves are particular sources of
interference.
➤➤Possible interference can be prevented through the use of RC circuits, free-wheeling diodes
etc.
➤➤This also prevents stray inductive interference in the cables installed parallel to the coil cables.
Potential equalization
Potential differences between different parts of a plant can arise due to the different design of
the plant sections and different voltage levels. Equalizing currents then flow across the signal
cables. Equipotential bonding prevents the occurrence of potential differences. Equipotential
bonding should not be confused with the protective grounding. Protective grounding prevents
the occurrence of excessive shock voltages in the event of equipment faults.
➤➤Create a proper potential equalization:
➤➤Use potential equalization cables with a 10 mm² cross section.
➤➤Keep the distance between the signal cable and the associated equipotential bonding conductor as short as possible (antenna effect).
➤➤Use a fine-stranded conductor (better high-frequency conductivity).
➤➤When connecting to the central equipotential bonding strip (EBS), combine the power components and non-power components.
➤➤Route the potential equalization cables of the individual modules directly to the central equipotential bonding strip.
Shielding cables
Signal cables must be shielded in order to prevent the coupling of interference. The best shielding is achieved by installing the cables in steel tubes. However, the use of cables with braided
shields is normally enough. An incorrectly connected shield has no shielding effect.
➤➤Ensure correct shield connection.
➤➤Provide the shield with a large-area connection since interference signals are frequently
within a range > 10 kHz.
➤➤Connect the shielding bus to the control cabinet housing using a low impedance connection
across a large area.
➤➤Fit the shielding bus as close as possible to the cable entry.
➤➤Strip the cable and connect the cables clamped to the shielding bus with an HF clamp or using cable ties.
➤➤Connect the shielding bus with the protective ground (PE).
➤➤If intermediate connectors are used that do not have a suitable shield connection, route the
shield by fixing cable clamps at the point of interruption.
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6.4.4
Possible disturbance factors and countermeasures in RFID applications
Problem
Measures
The use of switched-mode power supply units may cause
radiated interference via the current supply.
Use a stabilized power supply unit.
Interference via the serial connection cable.
Improve the cable shielding.
Ground the read/write head.
Use of another RFID read/write head causes HF interference
via the antenna.
Position the antennas further apart from each other.
Change the alignment of antennas to each other.
Install suitable damping materials between the antennas.
Reduce the power of the read/write heads.
Two radio frequency systems in the same frequency band. HF
interference via the antenna.
Change the channel if the national radio regulations allow.
7
Maintenance
➤➤Always
keep the firmware of the system components up to date. Contact Turck for firmware
updates.
8
Repair
The system must not be repaired by the user. Decommission the device if it is faulty. Observe
our return acceptance conditions when returning the device to Turck.
8.1
Returning devices
If a device has to be returned, bear in mind that only devices with a decontamination declaration will be accepted. This is available for download at
http://www.turck.de/static/media/downloads/01_Declaration_of_decontamination_EN.pdf
and must be completely filled in, and affixed securely and weather-proof to the outside of the
packaging.
9
Disposal
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The devices are designed for installation in large-scale industrial installations and equipment.
The devices must be disposed of correctly and must not be included in normal household
garbage.
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EC Conformity/Approvals
10.1 BL ident® interfaces/sets
Type
Ident no.
CE
UL
CSA
ATEX
IECEx
FM
GOST
BL20-GW-DPV1
6827234
x
x
x
Zone 2
x
x
Ex
BL20-E-GW-DP
6827250
x
x
x
Zone 2
x
x
Ex
BL20-GWBR-DNET
6827168
x
x
x
Zone 2
x
x
Ex
BL20-E-GW-DN
6827301
x
x
x
Zone 2
x
x
Ex
BL20-E-GW-CO
6827252
x
x
x
Zone 2
x
x
Ex
BL20-GW-EN
6827237
x
x
x
Zone 2
x
x
Ex
BL20-PG-EN
6827249
x
x
x
Zone 2
x
x
Ex
BL20-GW-EN-IP
6827247
x
x
x
Zone 2
x
x
Ex
BL20-PG-EN-IP
6827248
x
x
x
Zone 2
x
x
Ex
BL20-E-GW-PN
6827377
x
x
x
-
-
-
Ex
BL20-E-GW-EC
6827380
x
x
x
-
-
-
Ex
BL67-GW-DN
6827183
x
x
x
-
-
-
Ex
BL67-GW-DPV1
6827232
x
-
-
-
-
-
Ex
BL67-GW-EN
6827214
x
-
-
-
-
-
Ex
BL67-GW-EN-PN
6827228
x
-
-
-
-
-
Ex
BL67-GW-PN-AC
6827345
x
BL67-PG-DP
6827240
x
x
x
-
-
-
Ex
x
-
-
-
Ex
BL67-PG-EN
6827241
x
x
BLCDN-2M12S-2FRID-S
6811002
x
x
BLCDN-6M12LT-2RFID-S-8XSG-PD
6811049
x
x
BLCDN-4M12L-2RFID-S-2RFID-S
6811055
x
x
BLCDP-2M12MT-2RFID-A
6811166
x
x
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-A-8DI-PD
6811173
x
x
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-A-8XSG-PD
6811174
x
x
BLCDP-2M12MT-2RFID-S
6811177
x
x
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-S-8DI-PD
6811178
x
x
BLCDP-6M12LT-2RFID-S-8XSG-PD
6811179
x
x
BLCCO-2M12S-2RFID-S
6811300
x
x
BLCCO-6M12LT-2RFID-S-8XSG-P
6811303
x
x
BLCEN-2M12MT-2RFID-S
6811450
x
x
BLCEN-2M12MT-2RFID-A
6811484
x
x
BL67-2RFID-A
6827225
x
x
x
-
-
-
x
BL67-2RFID-S
6827305
x
x
x
-
-
-
x
BL20-2RFID-A
6827233
x
x
x
Zone 2
x
x
Ex
BL20-2RFID-S
6827306
x
x
x
Zone 2
x
x
Ex
BL67-B-2M12
6827186
x
x
x
-
-
-
Ex
BL20-S4T-SBBS
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Type
Ident no.
CE
UL
CSA
ATEX
TB-M18-H1147
7030001
x
x
x
-
TN-M18-H1147
7030002
x
x
x
-
TB-M30-H1147
7030003
x
x
x
-
TN-M30-H1147
7030004
x
x
x
-
TN-CK40-H1147
7030006
x
x
x
-
TN-Q80-H1147
7030007
x
x
x
-
TN-S32XL-H1147
7030008
x
x
x
-
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147
7030204
x
-
-
-
TB-EM30WD-H1147
7030221
x
x
x
-
TN-EM30WD-H1147
7030222
x
x
x
-
TN-EM18WD-H1147
7030223
x
x
x
-
TB-EM18WD-H1147
7030224
x
x
x
-
TNLR-Q80-H1147
7030230
x
x
x
-
TNLR-Q80L400-H1147L
7030234
x
-
-
-
TN-Q14-0.15-RS4.47T
7030235
x
-
-
-
HT-IDENT-H1147
7030236
x
-
-
-
HT-IDENT-H1187
7030238
-
TN-Q80-H1147-EX
7030302
x
-
-
x
TNLR-Q80-H1147-EX
7030303
x
-
-
x
TB-EM18WD-H1147-EX
7030381
x
-
-
Zone 2 and 22
TN-EM18WD-H1147-EX
7030382
x
-
-
Zone 2 and 22
TB-EM30WD-H1147-EX
7030385
x
-
-
Zone 2 and 22
TN-EM30WD-H1147-EX
7030386
x
-
-
Zone 2 and 22
7030418
x
x
x
-
7030424
x
x
x
-
TNSLR-Q350-H1147
7030454
x
x
x
-
TB-Q08-0.15-RS4.47T
7030553
x
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TNSLR-Q42TWD-H1147
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Type
Ident no.
CE
TN865-Q175L200-H1147
7030452
x
TN865-Q120L130-H1147
7030520
x
TN840/920-Q120L130-H1147
7030536
x
TN840/920-Q175L200-H1147
7030466
x
TN902-Q120L130-H1147
7030535
x
x
TN902-Q175L200-H1147
7030457
x
x
TN917-Q120L130-H1147
7030537
x
x
TN917-Q175L200-H1147
7030513
TN866-Q120L130-H1147
7030671
TN866-Q175L200-H1147
7030669
TN902/915-Q120L130-H1147
7030670
TN902/915-Q175L200-H1147
7030668
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Glossary
AIDA
AIDA (Automation Initiative of German Automobile Manufacturers) is the name of the association of leading automobile manufacturers, which aims to establish a uniform standard for
production processes in the sector.
Air interface
The air interface is the RFID transmission zone resulting from the combination of tag and read/
write head. The air interface makes it possible to exchange information and supply the tags
with power (only with passive tags).
Antenna, active
An antenna normally consists of a coil which is used as a transmitting and receiving unit. The radio signals are transmitted between the read/write head and the tag via the antenna. An active
antenna is integrated in the electronics of the read/write head.
Anti-collision procedures
Anti-collision procedures are processes for the detection of multiple tags in the air interface of
a read/write head. To avoid a possible collision when receiving data, the tags are not addressed
exactly at the same time but in very rapid succession or via different frequencies within the
frequency band.
BL compact
BL compact is the name of a compact I/O system from Turck with IP67 protection. BL stands for
Bus Link.
BL ident®
BL ident® stands for “Bus Link Identification” and is the name of the modular RFID system from
Turck.
BL20
BL 20 is the name of a compact I/O system from Turck with IP20 protection. BL stands for Bus
Link.
BL 67 is the name of a modular I/O system from Turck with IP67 protection. BL stands here for
Bus Link.
Bulk detection
Bulk detection denotes the simultaneous detection (write/read) of multiple tags with a read/
write head. It must be ensured that each tag is only detected once. Possible processes for this
are, for example, the anti-collision procedure.
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Glossary
Bus
A bus is a group of signal conductors for the transfer of data and control information between
different components (e.g. CPU, memory, I/O level) according to a defined protocol. A bus can
be composed of a number of parallel cables for data transfer, addressing, control and power
supply.
Class 1 DP master
A class 1 DP master (DPM1) is a central controller of a PROFIBUS-DP system, which exchanges
information with the remote slaves cyclically in a fixed telegram cycle. The DPV1 functions (acyclical transmission of user data) can be used as an additional option. Typical devices are PLCs or
PCs.
Class 2 DP master
Class 2 DP masters (DPM2) are used exclusively to transmit acyclical user data in a
PROFIBUS-DP system and are used for tasks such as commissioning, maintenance and diagnostics in order to configure connected components. Typical devices include engineering or
operating devices. A class 2 DP master does not have to be permanently connected to the bus
system.
Closed-loop system
In a closed-loop RFID system, the tags fitted to a workpiece carrier, container or a pallet do not
leave the internal production process or intralogistic area of the company.
CODESYS
CODESYS (Controller Development System) is a development environment and programming
system in accordance with IEC 61131-3 for PLCs and programmable automation components.
Configuring (modular fieldbus stations)
The configuration of a fieldbus station describes the systematic arrangement of the electronic
modules according to their functions within a station.
CPU
A CPU (central processing unit) is the processor of a computer which is the central element for
handling all important computing processes.
Data retention
Data retention denotes the lifespan of the data on a tag in years, depending on the ambient
temperature and other environmental factors.
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Degree of protection
The degree of protection to IEC/EN 60529 and DIN 40050-9 defines the protection of device
housings from contact and the penetration of foreign objects and water. The most typical degrees of protection for Turck devices are
■■IP20: protection from solid foreign bodies with Ø > 50 mm; no protection from water (only
use in the switch cabinet)
IP65:
full protection from dust and protection from water jets
■■
IP67:
full protection from dust and protection from water with intermittent immersion
■■
IP69K:
full protection from dust and protection from water with high pressure/steam cleaning
■■
DPV1
DPV1 is an enhanced functionality of PROFIBUS-DP which allows the acyclical transfer of user
data with acyclical communication functions in addition to the cyclical process data. The acyclical services are conducted at the same time and in addition to the cyclical process data transmission with lower priority.
DTM
DTM stands for Device Type Manager and denotes the application independent driver for
computer-programmed devices and communication devices within an FDT defined frame application (such as PACTware™). The DTM includes:
■■User interface for the device
■■Device logic and parameterization
EAN
The EAN (European Article Number) is the previous designation (discontinued since 2009) for
the internationally standardized global trade item number, GTIN.
EEPROM
An EEPROM (electrically erasable programmable read only memory) is a non-volatile electronic
memory module, which is provided to ensure that data stored on it can only be read and not
electronically deleted and reprogrammed.
EIRP – effective isotropic radiated power
EIRP denotes the radiated power including antenna gain. The EIRP value of antenna gain is
based on an isotropic radiator.
The electronic modules provide the different functions of the Turck modular I/O systems in a
fieldbus station, and are independent of the particular fieldbus used. The electronic modules
are fitted to the base modules and form with them a functional unit. The electronic module
remains independent of the wiring and can thus be replaced at any time with an electronic
module of the same product series with the same functions. Possible functions:
■■Digital inputs and outputs
■■Analog inputs and outputs
■■Technology modules such as RFID
■■Power supply
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Electronic module
Glossary
EMC
By electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is meant the ability of an electrical device to operate
satisfactorily in an electromagnetic environment without adversely affecting or being adversely
affected by other electrical equipment.
EPC
The electronic product code (EPC) is an internationally used key and coding system for the
unique identification of products, packaging and product types through the individual allocation of serial numbers.
ERP – effective radiated power
ERP denotes the radiated power including antenna gain. The ERP value of antenna gain is based
on a half-wave dipole.
FDT
FDT stands for Field Device Tool and describes the interface definition between the specific
device DTMs used and the frame application (such as PACTware™). The FDT includes:
■■Standard user environment for all DTMs
■■User management
■■Management of the used DTMs
■■Network configuration
Fieldbus
A fieldbus connects the stations in the field (such as sensors and actuators) in order to communicate with the process components (such as PLC, SCADA, industrial PC). A fieldbus typically
offers a high transmission security and a real-time behavior. Fieldbus systems can be exposed
to severe external conditions and are primarily used in industry.
FRAM
An FRAM or Ferro RAM (ferroelectric random access memory) is a non-volatile electronic
memory module based on crystals with ferroelectric properties, which can be read or written.
The key features of the FRAM memories are the low power consumption, short write times and
a high degree of data reliability.
Function block
A function block is a self-contained program which provides different status, input and output
bits as well as routines. Several designated instances of a function block can be created.
Gateway
By gateway is meant the hardware and software which connects different networks with different protocols (protocol converters). For this all the information of a telegram apart from the
user data is converted from the source protocol to the destination protocol. In the modular
Turck I/O systems, the gateway is the head of the particular fieldbus station and forms the interface between the fieldbus and the field level.
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Gateway, programmable
The gateways which can be programmed with CODESYS according to IEC 61131-3 can be used
as a PLC to independently control applications or act as a subordinate instance in the network
for faster remote signal processing. Programmable gateways are thus used to relieve the load of
the central controller of a network.
GSD
The GSD file (general station description, previously “device master file”) describes the properties of the devices which are used in PROFIBUS-DP. The GSD file is a text file and is supplied in
different languages. Configuration tools require the device information in order to complete
the configuration and commissioning. The GSD file normally contains general information (e.g.
vendor name and version) and with modular devices the communication features (e.g. module
designations, texts for diagnostic messages, parameter options, parameter names).
HF
HF stands for high frequency technology and denotes the RFID applications using the frequency band around 13.56 MHz. The HF frequency band is defined by the international ISO 15693
standard.
I/O system
An I/O system is the collection and distribution point for digital information or analog signals
on the field level. With point-to-point wiring, the signals of the field instrumentation are collected on a remote I/O station in the plant, transferred to a digital protocol and fed via a bus
cable to the controller.
IEC 61131
IEC standard (International Electrotechnical Commission) 61131 is an internationally recognized
standard for programmable controllers, which specifies aspects such as the functional features,
requirements and programming language of a PLC.
Initialization (memory media)
When a memory is initialized, the memory space is reserved and filled with initial values (such
as variables, code, buffer, …) required for the execution of tasks.
An inlay is an RFID microchip and an antenna which are attached to a foil. These RFID inlays are
further processed into a smart label for use as an RFID tag. Inlays are normally used as RFID tags
before the conversion or the respraying process.
Interface set (BL ident®)
The interface sets of the BL ident® system are fieldbus stations with a permanently defined
scope. They have a modular design and are each provided with a gateway and one of the four
RFID modules or as a compact module of the BL compact system. The interface sets are available with up to 16 channels and for the simultaneous use of up to eight read/write heads. The
gateway or compact station used depends on the fieldbus in use and the performance range of
the RFID modules.
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Inlay tags
Glossary
ISO 15693
The ISO 15693 standard is a worldwide ISO standard which specifies the physical properties
of the RFID tag (e.g. dimensions, load, UV and X-radiation, maximum temperature), the air
interface (e.g. carrier frequency, modularization, transmission output, data rates, coding), the
initialization as well as the anti-collision protocol and the transmission protocol.
ISO 18000-6C
The ISO 18000 6C standard is compatible with EPC Global Class 1 Generation 2 (also called UHF
Gen 2) and defines the physical and logical requirements for a transmission process between a
passive tag and a read/write head in the UHF frequency band.
Item level tagging
The identification of all goods at item level with tags is known as item level tagging.
LSB
LSB stands for "Least significant bit"; in a digital signal of a specific length, the bit that represents the lowest value.
MSB
MSB stands for "Most significant bit"; in a digital signal of a specific length, the bit that represents the highest value.
Open-loop system
In an open-loop RFID system the tags are fitted on each product (item level tagging) and leave
the company after the internal production or intralogistics process.
Operating frequency
The operating frequency describes the frequency band which is used to exchange information
between the tag and the read/write head. The frequency bands of the RFID applications are
precisely specified for every technology and there are national restrictions on the operating
frequency used.
PACTware™
PACTware™ stands for “Process Automation Configuration Tool” and is an open and manufacturer-independent operator interface for the plant-wide operation of devices, systems and communication components. The connection between the PACTware™ operator interface and the
specific device DTM is implemented via an FDT interface. PACTware™ enables the devices of an
installation to be configured and operated simply, quickly and efficiently, as well as diagnosed if
required.
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PIB (Proxy Ident Block)
The Proxy Ident Function Block (PIB) is based on a specification of the PNO (PROFIBUS user
organization). In this profile manufacturers and suppliers have set communication conventions between an industrial controller and an identification system. The result is a standardized
interface which guarantees interoperability between systems of different manufacturers. The
uniform communication mechanism between field device and function block in the controller guarantees end-to-end data consistency. The PIB also provides a number of status bits and
commands. Besides the interoperability, the benefits are the fast implementation of the system
in the central controller, rapid project implementation and investment protection.
The BLident® modular RFID system from Turck is based on an open standard. A PIB function
block for the Siemens S7 controller series is provided as well as a function block based on
CODESYS, which can be operated, for example, in the programmable gateways of BL20/BL67
modular I/O systems.
Polarization (RFID)
Polarization describes the alignment of an electromagnetic wave. This is either linear or circulation polarization. Linearly polarized waves can be aligned vertically or horizontally depending
on the alignment of the antenna. This may be a problem for RFID systems in which tags are
fastened to goods as labels as it cannot be determined precisely how the antenna of the tag is
aligned to the field. The solution is the radiation of circularly polarized electromagnetic waves.
For this two antennas are arranged vertically to each other and one antenna is triggered with a
90° out of phase signal. Polarization is either left-hand or right-hand circular polarization (LHCP
and RHCP).
(Protective) ground
In electrical engineering, the name given to a conductive area with an electrical potential of
zero at any point. The electrical potential of the ground may not equal zero in the area around
grounding devices, in which case this is called the “reference ground”.
Read rate
The read rate is the maximum speed at which a tag is read. The read rate is defined in bits or
bytes per second.
Read distance
Reading device
See read/write head
Read/write head
A read/write head transmits via radio signal data from a controller to a tag and reads the data
stored on the tag and forwards this to a controller. The core element of the Turck read/write
heads is an active antenna.
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The read distance is the maximum distance at which a read/write head can read data from a
tag. With HF technology the read distance is virtually identical to the write distance; With UHF
technology the read distance is normally greater than the write distance.
Glossary
RFID
RFID stands for radio frequency identification, and describes the contactless or non-visual identification of objects using electromagnetic waves. For this data can be read as well as stored.
RFID/UHF read/write distances
The achievable read/write distances depend on the relevant combination of tag and read/write
head. The possible read/write distance depends on the data volume to be written and read as
well as the speed at which the tag moves past the read/write head. The UHF read/write heads
normally have a read/write distance of several meters.
Note:
The maximum read/write distance of several meters is only an idealized value under laboratory
conditions. The achievable distances may be reduced due to component tolerances, mounting location in the application, ambient conditions and the influence of materials (particularly
metal and liquids). The parameters for achievable passing speed (read and write operations on
the fly) and the maximum transmittable data volume also vary depending on the actual transmission in the relevant application. Depending on the tag, the maximum write distance can be
considerably less (e.g. 50%) than the maximum read distance.
A test under actual conditions is therefore always required!
All UHF read/write heads of the BL ident® system are suitable for single and multiple access to
tags.
Smart label tags
Smart label tags are particularly inexpensive flat tags made of foil. The smart label tags are available in different variants, which can be stuck or printed etc., and are frequently used as disposable tags.
Tag
A tag is a mobile data memory consisting of a memory chip and an antenna which can be
written or read in an RFID system without contact. The tag receives the incoming signals and
responds to the signals “independently”.
Tag, active
Active tags have their own internal energy source; the energy is used for the active transmission
of information and to supply the internal memory.
Tag, passive
Passive tags have no independent power supply and take their power for transmitting information and for writing in the internal memory from the alternating electromagnetic field, which is
generated by the read/write head. This type of tag is mainly used in the Turck BL ident® system.
Tagging
Tagging denotes the fitting of an object with a tag.
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Tracking & tracing
Tracking and tracing denotes the tracking and tracing of movable objects in intralogistics or
logistics. The process provides information on where goods are located at a specific time.
Tracking denotes the location of a specific object at a defined time.
Tracing indicates events involving the materials, semi-finished goods and end products on their
journey through the production and logistics chain.
Transponder
See "Tags"
Transmission zone (RFID)
see Air interface
Turck BL ident®/UHF transmission frequencies
The Turck BL ident® system operates at nationally specified transmission frequencies in the UHF
range of (865…928 MHz) between the tags and read/write heads. UHF systems in this frequency band achieve a higher read/write distance than HF systems, typically several meters. The
national frequencies for UHF are required due to the frequency ranges individually specified by
the national regulation bodies. The BL ident® read/write heads in the UHF band can therefore
only be used in the countries they are intended for and must not be put into operation outside
of these regions.
As the BL ident® UHF tags are passive, and therefore do not radiate their own radio waves, these
are suitable for use worldwide. Turck offers different tag variants that are specially designed and
optimized for national frequency bands in order to achieve as large a communication range as
possible. Wide-band multi-range tags for international use are also available as an alternative.
The various TURCK read/write heads support the following transmission frequencies:
■■865…868 MHz (e.g.for Europe)
■■902…928 MHz (e.g. for USA/Canada)
■■920…925 MHz (e.g. China)
■■902…907.5 MHz and 915…928 MHz (e.g. Brazil)
■■917…920.8 MHz (e.g. Korea)
The relevant national specifications for UHF such as frequency range, output and the status of
any national regulations can be obtained from the Internet at:
■■http://www.gs1.org/docs/epcglobal/UHF_Regulations.pdf
For more detailed information please contact the relevant authorities of the country where you
wish to use the UHF RFID system.
UHF stands for ultra high frequency technology and denotes the RFID applications using the
frequency bands between in the range 865…928 MHz. The requirements for the frequency
band are defined in ISO 18000-6C, the specification of the frequency bands is made nationally
by the relevant national authorities and is retained by the EPC.
The frequency ranges covered by Turck products are:
■■865…868 MHz: Europe
■■866…868 MHz: Russia
■■902…928 MHz: North and South America, except Brazil
■■902…907.5 MHz and 915…928 MHz: Brazil
■■920…925 MHz: China
■■917…920.8 MHz: South Korea
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UHF
Glossary
Wink command
A Wink command enables the identification of stations on an Ethernet network. If a gateway is
an Ethernet station and receives a Wink command, it responds with an optical signal (e.g. flashing LED).
Write distance
The write distance denotes the maximum distance that a read/write head can bridge to store
data on a tag. With HF technology the write distance is virtually identical to the read distance;
With UHF technology the write distance is normally less than the read distance.
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