RFID Interface Module
Model
RFID Interface Module ECLEF V-680D2 User'
s Manual
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Model
ECLEF-V680D-M1E
50CM-D180190-A(1512)MEE
New publication,effective Dec. 2015
Specifications subject to change without notice.
ECLEF-V680D2
User's Manual
ECLEF-V680D2
 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 
(Always read these precautions prior to use.)
Before using this product, please read this manual and the relevant manuals introduced in this manual
carefully and pay full attention to safety to ensure that the product is used correctly.
The precautions presented in this manual are concerned with this product only. For programmable
controller system safety precautions, refer to the user’s manual of the master module used.
In this manual, the safety precautions are ranked as “WARNING” and “CAUTION.”
WARNING
Indicates that incorrect handling may cause hazardous conditions,
resulting in death or severe injury.
CAUTION
Indicates that incorrect handling may cause hazardous conditions,
resulting in medium or minor injury and/or property damage.
Note that failure to observe the
CAUTION level instructions may lead to a serious consequence
according to the circumstances. Always follow the precautions of both levels because they are
important to personal safety.
Please keep this manual in an easy-to-access location for future reference, and be sure to deliver the
manual to the end user.
[Design Precautions]
WARNING
● If a data link communication error occurs, the data of the master module will be retained.
Using the communication status information, configure an interlock circuit in the sequence program to
ensure that the system will operate safely.
● When the module is disconnected due to a communication failure in the network or the CPU module is
in the STOP status, all outputs are held or turned off according to the parameter setting.
Configure an interlock circuit in the program to ensure that the entire system will always operate safely
even in such a case.
If not, an accident may occur due to an incorrect output or malfunction.
● Outputs may remain on or off due to a failure of the module.
Configure an external circuit for monitoring output signals that could cause a serious accident.
● Any of the remote I/O signals marked “Use prohibited” are used by the system. Do not use these
signals.
In the unlikely event such a signal is used (ON/OFF), the function of the module cannot be guaranteed.
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CAUTION
● When installing the RFID interface module and amplifier/antenna cables, do not bundle the cables with
or install the cables close to the main circuit, power lines, or the like.
Be sure to separate the cables and lines by about 100mm or more. Failure to do so will cause noise,
resulting in malfunction.
● When storing the product, be sure to observe the defined storage ambient temperature and humidity.
Failure to do so will lead to module malfunction and failure.
● Look the control panel so that only those who are trained and have acquired enough knowledge of
electric facilities can open control panel.
● Install the emergency stop switch outside the control panel so that workers can operate it easily.
[Installation Precautions]
WARNING
● Shut off the external power supply (all phases) used in the system before mounting or removing a
module.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock or cause the module to fail or malfunction.
CAUTION
● Use the module in an environment that meets the general specifications in this manual.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock, fire, malfunction, or damage to or deterioration of the
product.
● Securely fix the module with a DIN rail.
● Do not directly touch any conductive parts and electronic components of the module.
Doing so can cause malfunction or failure of the module.
● Securely connect the cable connectors. Poor contact may cause malfunction.
[Wiring Precautions]
WARNING
● Shut off the external power supply (all phases) used in the system before wiring.
Failure to do so may result in electric shock or cause the module to fail or malfunction.
CAUTION
● Individually ground the FG terminal of the programmable controller with a ground resistance of 100
ohms or less. Failure to do so may result in electric shock or malfunction.
● Fully mount the antenna cable to the module connector. After mounting, check for separation.
Insufficient contact results in the risk of erroneous input and output.
● Place the cables in a duct or clamp them. If not, dangling cable may swing or inadvertently be pulled,
resulting in damage to the module or cables or malfunction due to poor contact.
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[Wiring Precautions]
CAUTION
● When connecting a cable, first verify the connection interface type and then connect the cable properly.
Connecting a cable to a wrong interface or miss wiring a cable results in the risk of module and external
device malfunction.
● To connect a cable to the connector for the unit power supply and the FG, use a rod type crimp terminal.
If the peeled cable is inserted into the cable entry, it cannot be clamped securely.
● Tighten the terminal screws within the specified torque range.
If a terminal screw is too loose, a short circuit or malfunction may result.
If a terminal screw is too tight, screw and/or module damage may occur, resulting in a short circuit or
malfunction.
● When removing a communication cable or power cable connected to the module, do not pull the cable
section. For cables with connectors, hold the connector of the section connected to the module during
removal. For terminal block cables, loosen the screws of the terminal block and then remove the cable.
Pulling a cable while it is connected to the module results in the risk of module and cable damage as
well as malfunction due to a poor cable connection.
● Do not insert or remove an antenna cable with the power ON.
Doing so results in the risk of failure.
●
When an overcurrent caused by an error of an external device or a failure of the programmable
controller flows for a long time, it may cause smoke and fire.
To prevent this, configure an external safety circuit, such as a fuse.
● Prevent foreign matter such as dust or wire chips from entering the module.
Such foreign matter can cause a fire, failure, or malfunction.
● When installing the RFID interface unit and amplifier/antenna connection cable or communication cable,
don't tie the cable together with power circuit or power cable or route it near them.
Provide a clearance of at least 100 mm from them.
Noise may cause malfunction.
● Check the rated voltage and terminal layout before wiring to the module, and connect the cables
correctly.
Connecting a power supply with a different voltage rating or incorrect wiring may cause a fire or failure.
● Do not connect the power supply in reverse. Doing so results in risk of failure.
●
Use our sequencer by installing in a control panel. Only well-trained maintenance personnel in
protection against electric shock should perform unit replacement and wiring work. For the wiring
method, refer to the section on "Installation and Wiring" in this manual.
[Startup and Maintenance Precautions]
WARNING
● Do not touch any terminal while power is on. Doing so will cause electric shock or malfunction.
● Shut off the external power supply (all phases) used in the system before cleaning the module or
retightening the terminal block screws or connector screws.
Failure to do so may cause the module to fail or malfunction.
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[Startup and Maintenance Precautions]
CAUTION
● Do not disassemble or modify the module. Doing so may cause failure, malfunction, injury, or a fire.
● Be sure to shut off all phases of the external power supply used by the system before module installation to
or removal from the panel.
Failure to do so results in the risk of module failure and malfunction.
● After the first use of connectors, the number of connections/disconnections is limited to 50 times.
(in accordance with IEC 61131-2)
● The module case is made of plastic. Do not drop the case or expose the case to strong impact.
Doing so results in the risk of module damage.
● Before handling the module or connection cables, touch a conducting object such as a grounded metal
to discharge the static electricity from the human body.
Failure to do so may cause the module to fail or malfunction.
● When cleaning, do not use thinner, benzene, acetone, or kerosene. Doing so results in the risk of
module damage.
● Do not insert water or wire through the gaps in the case. Doing so results in the risk of fire or electric
shock.
● This product cannot be used as a detector for physical protection. Erroneous output or malfunction may
result in an accident.
● When installing or removing the antenna from the amplifier, first turn OFF the module power supply.
Failure to do so results in the risk of module failure and malfunction.
● Installation of multiple antennas may result in a decrease in communication performance due to mutual
interference.
Refer to the description of mutual interference between antennas in the antenna user’s manual.
●
In the unlikely event that you feel something is wrong with the product, stop using the product
immediately, turn OFF the power supply, and consult with your local Mitsubishi service center or
representative.
Continued use as is results in the risk of module failure and malfunction.
● Do not use the product in locations where chemical products and oil are scattered.
Doing so results in the risk of module failure and malfunction.
● When using the product, be sure to observe the defined ambient temperature and humidity. Failure to
do so results in the risk of module failure and malfunction.
● Do not touch any connectors when the module is powered. Doing so results in the risk of module
malfunction caused by the static electricity in your body.
● Startup and maintenance of a control panel must be performed by qualified maintenance personnel with
knowledge of protection against electric shock.
Lock the control panel so that only qualified maintenance personnel can operate it.
[DISPOSAL PRECAUTIONS]
CAUTION
● When disposing of this product, treat it as industrial waste.
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REVISIONS
*The manual number is given on the bottom left of the back cover.
Print Date
*Manual Number
Dec. 2015
50CM-D180190-A First edition
Revision
This manual confers no industrial property rights or any rights of any other kind, nor does it confer any
patent licenses. Mitsubishi Electric Engineering cannot be held responsible for any problems involving
industrial property rights which may occur as a result of using the contents noted in this manual.
Reproduction or duplication of the contents of this document in whole or in part by any means without
permission is strictly prohibited.
 2015 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC ENGINEERING COMPANY LIMITED
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the RFID interface module manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric Engineering
Company, Ltd.
Prior to use, please read this manual carefully to develop full familiarity with the functions and performance of
the programmable controller to ensure correct use.
CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ······································································································ A- 1
REVISIONS ························································································································ A- 5
INTRODUCTION ·················································································································· A- 6
CONTENTS ························································································································ A- 6
Manuals ····························································································································· A- 9
Generic Terms and Abbreviations ····························································································A-10
Product Portfolio ···················································································································A-12
Chapter 1 OVERVIEW
1- 1 to 1- 2
1.1 RFID Interface Module Overview ························································································· 1- 1
1.2 RFID Interface Module Features ·························································································· 1- 2
Chapter 2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2- 1 to 2- 4
2.1 Application System ··········································································································· 2- 1
2.2 Verifying the Version ········································································································· 2- 2
2.3 Overall Configuration ········································································································· 2- 3
2.4 Component List ················································································································ 2- 4
Chapter 3 SPECIFICATIONS
3- 1 to 3-41
3.1 General Specifications ······································································································· 3- 1
3.2 Performance Specifications ································································································ 3- 2
3.3 Names of Parts ················································································································ 3- 4
3.3.1 Indicaters LED············································································································ 3- 5
3.3.2 Operating specification ································································································· 3- 7
3.4 Remote I/O Signals ·········································································································· 3- 8
3.5 Remote Registers (RWr/RWw) ··························································································· 3-17
3.6 Remote Register Details ··································································································· 3-21
3.6.1 Initial data setting ······································································································· 3-21
3.6.2 RUN mode ··············································································································· 3-26
3.6.3 TEST mode ·············································································································· 3-31
3.7 Error History Area ············································································································ 3-32
3.8 CC-Link Family System Profile Plus (CSP+)·········································································· 3-34
3.8.1 CSP+ applicable systems ···························································································· 3-35
3.9 Function Blocks (FBs) ······································································································ 3-39
3.10 CC-Link IE Field Network Diagnostic Functions···································································· 3-40
3.10.1 Application System ··································································································· 3-41
3.10.2 Remote Reset ········································································································· 3-41
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Chapter 4 SETUP AND PROCEDURES PRIOR TO OPERATION
4- 1 to 4-21
4.1 Usage Precautions ··········································································································· 4- 1
4.2 Installation Environment and Installation Position ···································································· 4- 2
4.2.1 Installation environment································································································ 4- 2
4.2.2 Installation position ······································································································ 4- 3
4.2.3 Installation direction ····································································································· 4- 4
4.2.4 Installing the module to a DIN rail ··················································································· 4- 5
4.3 Wiring ···························································································································· 4- 8
4.3.1 Wiring precautions ······································································································ 4- 8
4.3.2 Wiring unit power supply and FG ···················································································· 4- 9
4.3.3 Wiring of Ethernet Cable······························································································ 4-12
4.3.4 Connecting antenna and cable ····················································································· 4-16
4.4 Setup and Procedures Prior to Operation ············································································· 4-19
4.5 Setting the Station Number ································································································ 4-20
4.6 Parameter Settings for CC-Link IE Field Network ··································································· 4-21
4.6.1 Setting network configuration························································································ 4-21
Chapter 5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE PROGRAMMING
5- 1 to 5-10
5.1 Operation Mode ··············································································································· 5- 1
5.1.1 Switching the operation mode ························································································ 5- 1
5.1.2 RUN mode ················································································································ 5- 1
5.1.3 TEST mode ··············································································································· 5- 1
5.1.4 Using TEST mode ······································································································· 5- 2
5.2 ID tag memory ················································································································· 5- 5
5.3 Write protect function········································································································· 5- 7
5.3.1 How to set write protect ································································································ 5- 7
5.3.2 How to cancel write protect ·························································································· 5-10
Chapter 6 HOW TO COMMUNICATE WITH ID TAGS
6- 1 to 6-20
6.1 Programming Precautions ·································································································· 6- 1
6.2 Command/Specification List································································································ 6- 2
6.2.1 Read ························································································································ 6- 2
6.2.2 Write ························································································································ 6- 3
6.2.3 Fill data ····················································································································· 6- 3
6.2.4 Copy ························································································································ 6- 3
6.2.5 Read UID ·················································································································· 6- 4
6.2.6 Measure noise············································································································ 6- 4
6.2.7 Read Initial Data Settings ····························································································· 6- 4
6.3 Control Methods According to Communication Specification······················································ 6- 5
6.3.1 Trigger ······················································································································ 6- 5
6.3.2 Auto ························································································································· 6- 6
6.3.3 Repeat auto ··············································································································· 6- 7
6.3.4 FIFO trigger ··············································································································· 6- 8
6.3.5 FIFO repeat ··············································································································· 6- 9
6.4 Sample programs ············································································································ 6-10
6.4.1 Precautions for Programming ······················································································· 6-10
6.4.2 Programming procedure ······························································································ 6-12
6.4.3 Program example conditions ························································································ 6-13
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Chaptor 7 TROUBLESHOOTING
7- 1 to 7-11
7.1 Verifying Errors Using LED Displays ····················································································· 7- 1
7.1.1 RFID interface unit and CC-Link IE field network ······························································· 7- 1
7.1.2 RFID I/F ···················································································································· 7- 4
7.2 Checking the System when Reading and Writing Cannot Be Performed
with Remote I/O Signals and Remote Registers ···· 7- 5
7.3 Error Details List ··············································································································· 7- 5
7.3.1 Error code list (CC-Link IE Field Network side) ·································································· 7- 5
7.3.2 Error code list (RFID side)····························································································· 7- 7
7.4 Unit Test ························································································································ 7-10
APPENDICES
App-1 to App-26
APPENDIX 1 COMMUNICATION TIME (REFERENCE) ··························································· App- 1
APPENDIX 2 PROCESSING TIME (REFERENCE) ································································· App- 5
APPENDIX 2.1 CC-Link IE Field Network Processing Time····················································· App- 6
APPENDIX 2.1.1 CC-Link IE Field Network link refresh time ················································ App- 6
APPENDIX 2.1.2 CC-Link IE Field Network link scan time ·················································· App-11
APPENDIX 2.2 Transmission Delay Time ··········································································· App-15
APPENDIX 2.3 Calculation Example of Transmission Delay Time ··········································· App-16
APPENDIX 3 External Dimensions ······················································································· App-18
APPENDIX 4 EMC and Low Voltage Directives ······································································ App-19
APPENDIX 4.1 Measures to comply with the EMC Directive ·················································· App-19
APPENDIX 4.2 Requirements to compliance with the Low Voltage Directive ····························· App-24
Product Warranty Details ··································································································· App-26
INDEX
Ind-1 to Ind-2
INDEX ······························································································································ Ind- 1
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Manuals
The manuals related to this product include the following.
Direct any inquiries to your local sales store, Mitsubishi Electric Engineering service
office, or any Mitsubishi Electric product dealer, as necessary.
Detailed manuals
Included manual
Manual Title
ECLEF-V680D2 RFID Interface Module User's Manual (Hardware)
Manual Number
50CM-D180189
Mitsubishi Electric CPU module manuals
Manual Title
QCPU User's Manual (Hardware Design, Maintenance and Inspection)
MELSEC-L CPU Module User's Manual (Function Explanation, Program Fundamentals)
MELSEC iQ-R CPU Module User's Manual (Application)
Manual Number
SH-080483ENG
(13JR73)
SH-080890ENG
(13JZ36)
SH-081264ENG
(13JX20)
Manuals related to CC-Link IE Field Network Made by Mitsubishi Electric
Manual Title
MELSEC-Q CC-Link IE Controller Network Reference Manual
MELSEC-Q CC-Link IE Field Network Master/Local Module User's Manual
MELSEC-L CC-Link IE Field Network Master/Local Module User's Manual
MELSEC iQ-R Ethernet/CC-Link IE User's Manual (Startup)
MELSEC iQ-R CC-Link IE Field Network User's Manual (Application)
MELSEC-Q QD77GF Simple Motion Module User's Manual (Network)
MELSEC-Q QD77GF Simple Motion Module User's Manual (Positioning Control)
Manual Number
SH-080668ENG
(13JV16)
SH-080917ENG
(13JZ47)
SH-080972ENG
(13JZ54)
SH-081256ENG
(13JX09)
SH-081259ENG
(13JX18)
IB-0300203
(1XB957)
IB-0300202
(1XB956)
Manuals Related to CC-Link IE Field Network by CC-Link Partner Association
Manual Title
CC-Link IE Field Network Cable Installation Manual
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Manual Number
CC1006-15-A
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Generic Terms and Abbreviations
This manual uses the following generic terms and abbreviations in product
explanations, unless otherwise specified.
Generic Term / Abbreviation
GX Works2
GX Works3
Description
A product name for a MELSEC programmable controller software package.
Engineering tool
A generic term for GX Works2 and GX Developer.
FB
The abbreviation for Function Block.
The abbreviation for CC-Link Family System Profile Plus.
CSP+
Specification which describes data necessary for the set-up, operation and maintenance
of CC-Link Family-compatible devices.
CC-Link IE Field Network
A high-speed and large-capacity open field network that is based on Ethernet
(1000BASE-T)
CC-Link
Field network system that provides control data processing simultaneously at high speed.
Master/local module
The abbreviation for the CC-Link IE Field Network master/local module
A generic term for the following modules:
・CC-Link IE Field Network module
Network module
・CC-Link IE Controller Network module
・Ethernet interface module
・MELSECNET/H module
・MELSECNET/10 module
Master station
A station that controls the entire network. This station can perform cyclic transmission and
transient transmission with all stations. Only one master station can be used in a network.
A station that performs cyclic transmission and transient transmission with the master
Local station
station and other local stations.
The station is controlled by programs in the CPU module or other equivalent modules on
the station.
Remote I/O station
A station that exchanges I/O signals (bit data) with the master station by cyclic
transmission
A station that exchanges I/O signals (bit data) and I/O data (word data) with another
Remote device station
station by cyclic transmission.
This station responds to a transient transmission request from another station.
A station that exchanges I/O signals (bit data) and I/O data (word data) with another
Intelligent device station
station by cyclic transmission. This station can perform transient transmission as well.
This station responds to a transient transmission request from another station and also
issues a transient transmission request to another station.
A generic term for the following stations other than a master station.
・Local station
Slave station
・Remote I/O station
・Remote device station
・Intelligent device station
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Generic Term / Abbreviation
Reserved station
Relay station
Cyclic transmission
Transient transmission
Data link
Description
A station reserved for future use. This station is not actually connected, but counted as
a connected station
A station that includes two or more network modules. Data are passed through this
station to stations on other networks.
A function by which data are periodically exchanged among stations on the same
network using link devices (RX, RY, RWw, and RWr)
A function of communication with another station, which is used when requested by a
dedicated instruction or an engineering tool
A generic term for cyclic transmission and transient transmission
A control of communication path when communicating with other networks.
In the CC-Link IE Field Network, when communicating with a station with different
network number, the communication path is set in advance using the routing
Routing
parameter.
In the RFID interface unit, the routing parameter is not required to set.
Communication with other networks takes place in accordance with the routing
parameter of a master station.
Dedicated instruction
An instruction that simplifies programming for using functions of intelligent function
modules
Dedicated instruction used for transient transmission with the sequencer of other
stations.
Link dedicated instruction
Enables communication with the sequencer of the same network and other networks.
Allows access not only to the CC-Link IE Field Network, but to Ethernet, CC-Link IE
controller network and MELSECNET/H.
Return
Disconnection
A process of restarting data link when a station recovers from an error
A process of stopping data link if a data link error occurs
The CC-Link IE Field Network unit contains the following devices inside.
・RX
Link device
・RY
・RWr
・RWw
Remote input (RX)
Remote output (RY)
Remote register (RWr)
Remote register (RWw)
Link special relay (SB)
Link special register (SW)
Ethernet
Seamless
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Bit data input from a slave station to the master station.
(For some areas in a local station, data are input in the opposite direction.)
Bit data output from the master station to a slave station.
(For some areas in a local station, data are output in the opposite direction.)
Word data input from a slave station to the master station.
(For some areas in a local station, data are input in the opposite direction.)
Word data output from the master station to a slave station.
(For some areas in a local station, data are output in the opposite direction.)
Bit data that indicates the operating status and data link status of a module on CC-Link
IE Field Network
Word data that indicates the operating status and data link status of a module on
CC-Link IE Field Network
Computer networking standard jointly developed by Xerox, DEC and Intel.
Ethernet has been standardized as IEEE802.3.
The capability of allowing customers to access to another network without being
conscious of difference between networks.
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Generic Term / Abbreviation
Line
Description
One of network topologies in which multiple devices are connected in a row.
One of network topologies in which multiple devices are connected in all directions from
Star
a hub.
Ring
One of network topologies in which multiple devices are connected in a ring.
The abbreviation for SeamLess Message Protocol.
SLMP
The protocol that enables seamless communication between networks such as CC-Link
IE Controller Network, CC-Link IE Field Network and CC-Link IE Motion Network.
RFID interface module
V680 series
A generic term for the RFID interface units that support OMRON's V680 series for
ECLEF-V680D2 type CC-Link IE Field Network.
A generic term for the OMRON RFID system V680 series.
An amplifier section connected to the RFID interface module for performing non-contact
Amplifier
communication.
An antenna section connected to the RFID interface module for performing non-contact
Antenna
communication.
ID tag
A generic term for the responder side of non-contact communication.
UID
A unique number for identifying the ID tag.
Product Portfolio
The following indicates the product portfolio of this product.
Model
Product Name
Quantity
ECLEF-V680D2 RFID interface module
Power connector for the unit power supply and FG
ECLEF-V680D2
1
*1
1
Dust cover for the Ethernet connector
1
Dust cover for antenna connector.
1
Ferrite core
1
User’s Manual (Hardware) (Included with module)
1
*1 The power connector comes with the unit.
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1. OVERVIEW
Chapter 1 OVERVIEW
This user manual describes the specifications, performance, functions and handling
of the RFID interface unit that supports OMRON V680 series for ECLEF-V680D2
type CC-Link IE Field Network (hereinafter referred to as the "RFID interface unit").
1.1 RFID Interface Module Overview
This product is the RFID interface unit equipped with the OMRON RFID System
V680 series antenna connection channels.
By connecting this product to the master station of the CC-Link IE Field Network
of the Mitsubishi general-purpose sequencer (MELSEC iQ-R series, MELSEC-Q
series and MELSEC-L series), this product, as the intelligent device station on the
CC-Link IE Field Network, reads and writes data from and to the ID tag of the
OMRON RFID System V680 series and plays a role as the interface to the
sequencer CPU as the CC-Link IE Field Network intelligent device station.
When utilizing the program examples introduced in this manual in an actual
system, be sure to fully verify that use will not be problematic in the control of the
target system.
CC-Link IE Field Network
master station
Ethernet
Cable
Remote device station
Remote device station
Intelligent device station
Data reading and writing with ID tag
by electromagnetic induction (non-contact)
CC-Link IE Field
Network
Antenna
ID tag
Amplifier
ECLEF-V680D2
(Intelligent device station)
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OMRON RFID system V680 series
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1.2 RFID Interface Module Features
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(1) This module can be connected to the CC-Link IE Field Network of the OMRON
RFID System V680 series.
This product enables the OMRON RFID System V680 series to be connected to
the CC-Link IE Field Network.
This module offers distributed control*1 at the communication speed of 1 Gbps
and a maximum range of of 12,100 m (ring connection of 121 units, 100 m
between stations (maximum)) and allows construction of the RFID sensor system
using a broad range of products of the MELSEC sequencer.
*1
If the master unit is QD77GF16, ring connection is not supported.
(2) All the OMRON RFID System V680 series antennas can be used.
As the amplifier built-in antenna with a maximum communication range of 150 mm
between the antenna and ID tag can be connected, this product is available for
work in which the communication range changes.
(3) 2-channel connection can be made.
Two separate amplifier type antennas can be connected.
Only one amplifier built-in antenna can be connected to channel 1.
(4) A minimum of 1 byte to a maximum of 1016 bytes (variable) of data can be read
from or written to the ID tag at a time.
(5) Various test functions of the RFID system are implemented as standard.
Communication test ··········· Whether communication is possible or not can be
verified without operating the sequence program.
Noise level measurement ·· Noise level in the area around the antenna
installation location can be measured.
(6) Function Blocks (FBs) allow easy programming.
Function Blocks (FBs) for GX Works3 of Mitsubishi Electric are available from the
website of our FA-related products (MFFEFAN) and the Mitsubishi Electric FA site.
Function Blocks (FBs) allow you to create programs easily and help improve
readability of the program.
(7) Error history can be checked.
Error history of the RFID interface unit can be checked on GX Works3 connected
to the master station using an exclusive instruction.
Causes of a problem can be identified easily by checking historical error
information.
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2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Chapter 2 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
This chapter describes system configuration of the RFID interface unit.
2.1 Application System
(1) Applicable master station
When using an RFID interface module, use the following products as a master
station.
Model
First five digits of serial number
QJ71GF11-T2
“14102” or later
LJ71GF11-T2
“14102” or later
RJ71EN71
RJ71GF11-T2
QD77GF16
(no restriction)
“14111” or later
When a master station other than the above is used, the RFID interface module
cannot be used.
(2) Software package
To use the RFID interface unit, the following software package is necessary.
To use the MELSEC iQ-R series, GX Works3 is necessary.
Engineering Tool
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Applicable Versions
GX Works2
Version 1.90U or later
GX Works3
Version 1.000A or later
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2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2.2 Verifying the Version
The following describes the method used to verify the version of the RFID interface
module.
2
MAC address
Serial Number
S/W version
H/W version
Manufactured month
Last two digits of
manufactured year
Indicates the year and month. (Format: YYYY-MM)
Exsample
When manufactured in July 2015 and both the hardware and software
versions are "A".
SERIAL: 1507AA
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2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2.3 Overall Configuration
The following indicates the overall configuration of the RFID system.
The antennas, amplifier and ID tags can be used in certain combinations. Refer to
the OMRON RFID system V680 series catalog.
CC-Link IE Field Network master module
MODE
E RR.
RUN
I/O ERR.
BAT.
USER
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
MELSEC-Q series
MELSEC iQ-R series
MELSEC-L series
CC-Link IE Field network (Ethernet cable)
24V DC
external power supply
ECLEF-V680D2
CC-Link IE Field network OMRON V680 series compatible RFID interface module
OMRON RFID system V680 series
Amplifier
Extension cable
Antenna (separate amplifier type)
Extension cable
Antenna (amplifier built-in type)
ID tags
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2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
2.4 Component List
The component lists the required equipment for using the RFID interface module.
Table2.4-1 Component List *1
Product Name
Model
Amplifier
Antenna
(separate amplifier type)
Antenna
(amplifier built-in type)
EEPROM type ID tag
FRAM type ID tag
Extension cable
V680-HA63A
V680-HA63B
V680-HS51
V680-HS52
V680-HS63
V680-HS65
V680-H01-V2
For ID tag communication; Φ18mm type; cable length: 2m/12.5m
For ID tag communication; Φ22mm type; cable length: 2m/12.5m
For ID tag communication; 40x53mm type; cable length: 2m/12.5m
For ID tag communication; 100x100mm type; cable length: 2m/12.5m
*2 *3
V680-D1KP52MT
V680-D1KP53M
V680-D1KP54T
V680-D1KP66MT
V680-D1KP66T
V680-D1KP66T-SP
V680-D1KP58HT
V680-D1KP58HTN
V680-D1KP52M-BT01
V680-D1KP52M-BT11
V680-D2KF52M
V680-D2KF67M
V680-D2KF67
V680S-D2KF67M
V680S-D2KF67
V680S-D2KF68M
V680S-D2KF68
V680-D2KF52M-BT01
V680-D2KF52M-BT11
V680-D8KF67M
V680-D8KF67
V680S-D8KF67M
V680S-D8KF67
V680-D8KF68
V680S-D8KF68M
V680S-D8KF68
V680-D32KF68
V700-A40
V700-A41
V700-A42
V700-A43
V700-A44
V700-A45
V700-A40-W
Remarks
For EEPROM type ID tags (V680-D1KP□□)
For FRAM type ID tags (V680-D2KF□□/V680-D8KF□□/V680-D32KF□□)
For ID tag communication; 250x200mm type; cable length: 0.5m
Memory capacity: 1kbyte (1,000 bytes); Φ8mm type; metal embedding permitted
Memory capacity: 1kbyte (1,000 bytes); Φ10mm type; metal embedding permitted
Memory capacity: 1kbyte (1,000 bytes); Φ20mm type
Memory capacity: 1kbyte (1,000 bytes); 34x34mm type; metal embedding permitted
Memory capacity: 1kbyte (1,000 bytes); 34x34mm type
Memory capacity: 1kbyte (1,000 bytes); oil-proof and chemical resistant specifications
Memory capacity: 1kbyte (1,000 bytes); Φ80mm type; heat resistant specifications
Memory capacity: 1kbyte (1,000 bytes); Φ80mm type; heat resistant specifications
Memory capacity: 1kbyte (1,000 bytes); M10 bolt installation
Memory capacity: 1kbyte (1,000 bytes); M8 bolt installation
Memory capacity: 2kbytes (2,000 bytes); Φ8mm type; metal embedding permitted
Memory capacity: 2kbytes (2,000 bytes); 40x40mm type; metal installation permitted
Memory capacity: 2kbytes (2,000 bytes); 40x40mm type
Memory capacity: 2kbytes (2,000 bytes); 40x40mm type; metal installation permitted
Memory capacity: 2kbytes (2,000 bytes); 40x40mm type
Memory capacity: 2kbytes (2,000 bytes); 86x54mm type; metal installation permitted
Memory capacity: 2kbytes (2,000 bytes); 86x54mm type
Memory capacity: 2kbytes (2,000 bytes); M10 bolt installation
Memory capacity: 2kbytes (2,000 bytes); M8 bolt installation
Memory capacity: 8kbytes (8,192 bytes); 40x40mm type; metal installation permitted
Memory capacity: 8kbytes (8,192 bytes); 40x40mm type
Memory capacity: 8kbytes (8,192 bytes); 40x40mm type; metal installation permitted
Memory capacity: 8kbytes (8,192 bytes); 40x40mm type
Memory capacity: 8kbytes (8,192 bytes); 86x54mm type
Memory capacity: 8kbytes (8,192 bytes); 86x54mm type; metal installation permitted
Memory capacity: 8kbytes (8,192 bytes); 86x54mm type
Memory capacity: 32kbytes (32,744 bytes); 86x54mm type
For amplifier V680-HA63A/63B connection; cable length: 2m
For amplifier V680-HA63A/63B connection; cable length: 3m
For amplifier V680-HA63A/63B connection; cable length: 5m
For amplifier V680-HA63A/63B connection; cable length: 10m
For amplifier V680-HA63A/63B connection; cable length: 20m
For amplifier V680-HA63A/63B connection; cable length: 30m
For amplifier built-in type antenna V680-H01-V2 connection; cable length:
2m/5m/10m/20m/30m
*1. Configurations as of July 2015. For the latest V680 series configurations and amplifier,
antenna, and ID tag combinations, refer to the OMRON RFID system V680 series catalog.
*2. Only one amplifier built-in type antenna can be connected to channel 1. When the amplifier
built-in type antenna is used, channel 2 cannot be used.
*3. The separate amplifier type antenna and the amplifier built-in type antenna cannot be mixed
in one unit.
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3. SPECIFICATIONS
Chapter 3 SPECIFICATIONS
The following describes the RFID interface module general specifications, performance
specifications, remote Input/Output signals and remote register specification for the
master module.
3.1 General Specifications
The following describes the general specifications of the RFID interface module.
3
Table 3.1-1 General Specifications
Item
Operating ambient temperature
Storage ambient temperature
Operating ambient humidity
Storage ambient humidity
Specifications
0 to 55℃
-25 to 75℃
5 to 95%RH, non-condensing
5 to 95%RH, non-condensing
Frequency
Vibration resistance
Impact resistance
Operating environment
Operating altitude *1
Installation location
Overvoltage category *3
Pollution degree *4
Equipment class
JIS B 3502
and
IEC 61131-2
compliant
Acceleration
Amplitude
With
5 to 8.4Hz
3.5mm
intermittent
2
8.4 to 150Hz
9.8m/s
vibration
5 to 8.4Hz
1.75mm
With
continual
2
8.4 to 150Hz
4.9m/s
vibration
JIS B 3502 and IEC 61131-2 compliant
(147m/s2; 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions)
Free of corrosive gasses
0 to 2000m
Inside control panel *2
II
2
Class I
Sweep
Count
10 times
each in X, Y,
Z directions
-
*1. Do not use or store the RFID module under pressure higher than the atmospheric
pressure of altitude 0m. Doing so may cause malfunction.
*2. If the environment satisfies the operating ambient temperature, operating ambient
humidity and other conditions, the module can be used even outside the control
panel.
*3. This indicates the section of the power supply to which the equipment is assumed
to be connected between the public electrical power distribution network and the
machinery within the premises. Category II applies to equipment for which
electrical power is supplied from fixed facilities. The surge voltage withstand level
for up to the rated voltage of 300V is 2500V.
*4. This index indicates the degree to which conductive material is generated in terms
of the environment in which the equipment is used.
Pollution degree 2 is when only non-conductive pollution occurs. A temporary
conductivity caused by condensing must be expected occasionally.
Point
To use the RFID interface module complying with the EMC Directive,
refer to "EMC and Low Voltage Directives" in this manual.
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3. SPECIFICATIONS
3.2 Performance Specifications
The following describes the performance specifications of the RFID interface module.
Table3.2-1 Performance Specifications
Item
Specifications
Station type
3
CC-Link IE
Field
Network
side
Inteligent device station
RX points 32 points
RYpoints
32 points
Cyclic
transmission RWr points 16 to 1024 points (variable) *1 *2
*1 *2
RWw points 16 to 1024 points (variable)
The amount of data that
can be written/read with
1 to 1016 bytes (variable)
one ID instruction
Station Number
1 to 120
Communication cable
Connector for use
Connectable antenna
RFID
side
RJ45 connector
OMRON
RFID system
V680 series
ID tag
OMRON
RFID system
V680 series
Number of connectable
antennas
2 antennas
External power supply
Noise resistance
Withstand voltage
Insulation resistance
Protection degree
Outer dimensions
Weight
Applicable wire size For power supply
Applicable
solderless
terminal
Applicable DIN rail
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Ethernet cable that meets 1000BASE-T Standard
Category 5e or higher (with double shield, STP) straight cable
For power supply
Separate amplifier type: V680-HA63A+V680-HS□□
V680-HA63B+V680-HS□□
Built-in amplifier type: V680-H01-V2
1kbyte: V680-D1KP□□
2kbytes: V680-D2KF□□, V680S-D2KF□□
8kbytes: V680-D8KF□□, V680S-D8KF□□
32kbytes: V680-D32KF□□
*3
24V DC (ripple rate: 5% or less)
Allowable voltage range: 20.4 to 28.8VDC (24V DC -15%, +20%)
Current consumption:0.60A
DC-type noise voltage 500Vp-p, noise width 1μs, based on a noise simulator with a noise frequency
of 25 to 60Hz
All DC external terminals – Ground: 500V AC, 1 minute
All DC external terminals – Ground: 500V DC, Insulation resistance equal to or more than 10 MΩ by
insulation resistance tester
IP2X
70(H)×180(W)×55(D)[mm]
0.3kg
2
*4
Core 0.3 to 1.5mm (22 to 16 AWG) Terminal hole size 2.8 mm×2.0 mm
Applicable wire
Rod type crimp
Model name
Manufacturer
size
terminal tool
2
TE 0.5-8, TE 0.5-10
0.3 to 0.5mm
2
TE 0.75-8, TE 0.75-10
0.75mm
NH-79
NICHIFU Co., Ltd
2
TE 1.0-8,TE 1.0-10
0.9 to 1.0mm
2
TE 1.5-8,TE 1.5-10
1.25 to 1.5mm
2
AI 0.34-8TQ
0.3mm
2
AI 0.5-8WH, AI 0.5-10WH
0.5mm
2
CRIMPFOX6
Phoenix Contact Co., Ltd.
AI 0.75-8GY, AI 0.75-10GY 0.75mm
2
AI 1-8RD, AI 1-10RD
1.0mm
2
AI 1.5-8BK, AI 1.5-10BK
1.5mm
TH35-7.5Fe, TH35-7.5Al (compliant with IEC 60715)
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3. SPECIFICATIONS
*1 When 1024 points are assumed, the number of units that can be connected is a
maximum of 8.
*2 If the master unit is QD77GF16, when 1024 points are assumed, the number of
units that can be connected is a maximum of 1. A ring transmission line form
cannot be used.
*3 Only one amplifier built-in type antenna can be connected to channel 1.
*4 To connect a cable to the connector for the unit power supply and the FG, use a
rod type crimp terminal. Use one cable for each cable entry. Do not insert multiple
cables. If two or more cables are inserted, it may cause a contact failure.
Point
・Calculation of the intelligent device station processing time.
The internal processing time of the RFID interface unit is 2 ms.
For the time it takes for the ID tag to read or write data, refer to Appendix 1.
Used to calculate the cyclic transmission delay time from the master station to
intelligent device station.
Calculate the intelligent device station processing time using the following
formula:
Intelligent device station processing time =
Internal processing time (2 ms) + Time to read/write data from/to ID tag
For the cyclic transmission delay time from the master station to intelligent
device station, refer to the manual for the master station to be used.
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3.3 Names of Parts
The following describes the names of the parts of the RFID interface module.
2)
1)
6)
3)
4)
5)
7)
Table 3.3-1 Names of Parts
No.
1)
Name
Indicaters LED
Station number setting
switch
2)
3)
Reset switch
P1
L ER LED
LINK LED
4)
P2
5)
6)
7)
L ER LED
LINK LED
Connector for power
supply and FG
Antenna connector
DIN rail hook
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Description
LED used to indicate the operation status of the unit.
For details about the contents displayed, refer to Section 3.3.1.
A rotary switch for the following setting and test.
・Station Number Setting
・Unit Test
When operating the station number setting switch, use a flathead screwdriver with
3.5mm or less width of the tip.
For details about settings, refer to Section 3.3.2.
Switch for resetting hardware.
Initializes by resetting the unit when communication is initialized if an error occurs.
PORT1 connector for CC-Link IE Field Network (RJ45 connector)
Connect an Ethernet cable.
There are no restrictions on the connection order of the cables for the P1 connector
and P2 connector.
Indicates the error status of the CC-Link IE Field Network.
(For details about the contents displayed, refer to Section 3.3.1.)
Indicates the link status of the CC-Link IE Field Network.
(For details about the contents displayed, refer to Section 3.3.1.)
PORT2 connector for CC-Link IE Field Network (RJ45 connector)
Connect an Ethernet cable.
There are no restrictions on the connection order of the cables for the P1 connector
and P2 connector.
(Same as the LEDs of "P1" connector)
A connector to connect the module power supply (24VDC), and FG.
A connector for antenna connection.
A hook for installing the DIN rail.
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3.3.1 Indicaters LED
1) Common
3) RFID
2) CC-Link IE Field Network
Table 3.3.1-1 Indicaters LED *1
No./Type
1) Common
Name
PW
(Green)
RUN
(Green)
D LINK
(Green)
MODE
(Green)
ERR.
(Red)
L ERR.
(Red)
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Application
Indicates the power supply status.
・On: Power on
・Off: Power off
Indicates normal operation.
・On: Operating normally in RUN mode.
・Off: Fatal error. (Ex. WDT error, Hardware error)
Indicates the data link status of the RFID module.
・On: Data link in operation. (cyclic transmission in progress)
・Flashing: Data link in operation. (cyclic transmission stopped)
・Off: Data link not performed. (disconnected)
Indicates the mode of the RFID module.
・On: Online mode
・Flashing: Unit test mode
・Off: The unit test is completed.
Indicates the error status of the RFID module.
・On: A module error has occurred.
・Flashing: A minor error has occurred.
・Off: Operating normally.
Indicates the error status of data link of the RFID interface unit.
・On: The RFID interface unit received abnormal data.
・Off: The RFID interface unit received normal data.
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No./Type
2) CC-Link IE
Field
Network
Name
P1
L ER
(Red)
LINK
(Green)
P2
3) RFID
RFID
I/F
CH1
L ER
(Red)
LINK
(Green)
BSY.
(Green)
NOM.
(Green)
ERR.
(Red)
RFID
I/F
CH2
BSY.
(Green)
NOM.
(Green)
ERR.
(Red)
Application
Indicates the error status of P1.
・On: Module received abnormal data, or module performing loopback.
・Off: Module received normal data, or module not performing loopback.
Indicates the link status of P1.
・On: Linkup in progress.
・Off: Linkdown in progress.
(Same as the LEDs of "P1" connector)
Indicates the operating status.
・On:Executing ID command or executing TEST mode
・Off:Standby
Indicates the communication complete status.
・On:ID command normal end or TEST mode normal end
・Off:Standby or abnormal end
Indicates whether or not an error exists.
・On:Error
・Flashing:Error occurred during the TEST mode communication test
・Off:Operating normally
(Same as the LEDs of "RFID CH1" connector)
*1 When the RFID interface module is failed, the LED may not turn on.
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3.3.2 Operating specification
Table 3.3.2-1 Switch Specification
No.
Name
Description
(1) Setting procedure
The setting value of the station number becomes valid
when the module is powered on. Thus, set the station
number when the module is powered off.
Station number setting switch
● The hundreds and tens places of the station number
are set with x10.
● The ones place of the station number is set with x1.
Ex. To set the station to 115, set the switch as
shown below.
Station
number
setting
(2) Setting range
Set the station number from 1 to 120. Setting the value
other than 1 to 120 causes a communication error with the
ERR.LED lit and the D LINK LED flashes or turns off. (The
RUN LED flashes.)
1
● Do not change the station number setting switch
while the module is powered on. Changing the station
number setting switch causes a minor error and
flashes the ERR. LED. Returning the station number
setting switches to the previous setting eliminates the
error after five seconds and turns off the ERR. LED.
● Do not set a station number duplicated with other
station numbers. If the station number is duplicated, a
communication error occurs and the D LINK LED
does not turn on.
Conduct the following hardware unit test by setting the
station number switch to the test mode.
When an undefined value is set, the ERR LED turns on and
data link will not take place. (The RUN LED turns ON.)
Test
mode
setting
Station
number
×10
×1
0
TEST
1
2
Test details
Unit test
Communication test
Noise level measurement
Reset switch
2
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Hardware
Reset
Initializes by resetting the unit when communication is
initialized if an error occurs.
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3.4 Remote I/O Signals
(1) Remote I/O signal list
Table 3.4-1 Remote I/O Signal list
Signal Direction: RFID Interface Module → Master Module
Remote input
Signal name
(RX)
RXn0
RXn1
RXn2
RXn3
RXn4
RXn5
RXn6
to
RXn9
RXnA
RXnB
RXnC
RXnD
RXnE
RXnF
RX(n+1)0
to
RX(n+1)6
RX(n+1)7
RX(n+1)8
RX(n+1)9
RX(n+1)A
RX(n+1)B
RX(n+1)C
to
RX(n+1)F
Use prohibited
ID communication complete (CH1)
ID-BUSY(CH1)
ID command complete (CH1)
Error detection (CH1)
Use prohibited
ID communication complete (CH2)
ID-BUSY(CH2)
ID command complete (CH2)
Error detection (CH2)
Use prohibited
Use prohibited
Warning status flag
Initial data processing request flag
Initial data setting complete flag
Error status flag
Remote READY
Use prohibited
Signal Direction: Master Module → RFID Interface Module
Remote output
Signal name
(RY)
RYn0
to
RYn3
Use prohibited
RYn4
RYn5
RYn6
ID command execution request (CH1)
TEST mode execution request
Result reception (CH1)
RYn7
to
RYnB
Use prohibited
RYnC
RYnD
RYnE
RYnF
ID command execution request (CH2)
Use prohibited
Result reception (CH2)
Use prohibited
RY(n+1)0
to
RY(n+1)7
Use prohibited
RY(n+1)8
RY(n+1)9
RY(n+1)A
Initial data processing complete flag
Initial data setting request flag
Error clear request flag
RY(n+1)B
to
RY(n+1)F
Use prohibited
n: The initial address assigned to the RFID interface unit by the CC-Link IE Field
Network station number setting.
Point
Use-prohibited I/O signals are used by the system and cannot be used by users.
In the unlikely event that a use-prohibited device is used by a user, normal
operation cannot be guaranteed.
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(2) Remote input Signal (RX) Details
Table 3.4-2 Remote input Signal (RX) Details
Device No.
RXn2
RXnA
Signal name
Description
ID communication
complete
(CH1)
(CH2)
This signal is used only when the communication specification is repeat auto or FIFO
repeat.
(1) Turns ON when result reception (RYn6, RYnE) turns ON/OFF by turning ON of
error detection (RXn5, RXnD) when ECLEF-V680D2 suspends communication
due to the elapse of the auto system command wait time.
(2) When RFID ERR.LED turns on after communication is suspended due to
antenna disconnection and error detection (RXn5, RXnD) turns ON, result
reception (RYn6, RYnE) turns ON/OFF and ID communication (RXn2, RXnA)
complete turns ON.
(3) Turns OFF when the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned
OFF and received by ECLEF-V680D2. At this time, RFID ERR.LED also turns
OFF.
(4) The timing chart is as follows:
1) Error detection (RXn5, RXnD) turns ON when ECLEF-V680D2 suspends
communication due to the elapse of the auto system command wait time or
antenna disconnection.
2) ID communication complete (RXn2, RXnA) turns ON when result reception
(RYn6, RYnE) turns ON/OFF.
3) The ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) turns OFF when ID
communication complete (RXn2, RXnA) turns ON.
4) ID communication complete (RXn2, RXnA) and ID-BUSY (RXn3, RXnB) turn
OFF when the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned OFF.
ID command
execution request
(RYn4,RYnC)
Error detection
(RXn5,RXnD)
Result reception
(RYn6,RYnE)
ID communication
complete
(RXn2,RXnA)
ID-BUSY
(RXn3,RXnB)
1)
2)
3)
4)
Implemented by RFID interface module
Implemented by sequence program
RXn3
RXnB
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ID-BUSY
(CH1)
(CH2)
(1) Turns ON when the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned ON
and received by the RFID interface module.
(2) Turns OFF when the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned
OFF and received by the RFID interface module.
(3) Always ON in TEST mode.
(4) For the timing chart, refer to "ID command complete (RXn4, RYnC)".
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Device No.
Signal name
Description
(1) Turns ON when the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned ON
and the status is normal upon ID command execution completion. Error
detection (RXn5, RXnD) turns ON when the status is abnormal upon ID
command execution completion.
(2) Turns OFF when the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned
OFF and received by the RFID interface module.
(3) The timing chart is as follows:
1) The ID command execution contents are set in the remote register
(RWwm+0H to 3H,RWwm+4H to 7H).
RXn4
RXnC
ID command
complete
(CH1)
(CH2)
2) ID-BUSY (RXn3, RXnB) turns ON when the ID command execution request
(RYn4, RYnC) turns ON, and the ID command is executed in accordance
with the set contents of step 1 above.
3) ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC) turns ON when the status is normal
upon ID command execution completion.
4) ID-BUSY (RXn3, RXnB) and ID command complete (RXn4, RYnC) turn OFF
when the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned OFF.
Remote register
(RWwm+0H to 3H,
RWwm+4H to 7H)
ID command
execution request
(RYn4,RYnC)
ID-BUSY
(RXn3,RXnB)
ID command execution
ID command
complete
(RXn4,RXnC)
1) 2)
3)
4)
Implemented by RFID interface module
Implemented by sequence program
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Device No.
Signal name
Description
[RUN mode]
(1) Turns ON when the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned ON
and the ID command ends abnormally.
(2) Turns OFF when the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned
OFF and received by the RFID interface module.
(3) ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC) does not turn ON when the ID command
ends abnormally.
Clear Error command
RXn5
RXnD
Error Detection
(CH1)
(CH2)
ID command
execution request
(RYn4, RYnC)
ID-BUSY
(RXn3, RXnB)
ID command
complete
(RXn4, RXnC)
Error detection
(RXn5, RXnD)
Error details
(RWrn+1H),
(RWrn+5H)
0
Error occurrence
Error details
0
Clear Error execution
Implemented by RFID interface module
Implemented by sequence program
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Device No.
Signal name
Description
[Initial data setting]
(1) Turns ON after storage of error details in error details (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H)
when the initial data setting request flag (RY(n+1)9) is turned ON and an
out-of-range value is specified in the communication specification area
(RWwm+0H, RWwm+4H) or the processing specification area (RWwm+2H,
RWwm+6H).
(2) Turns OFF when the initial data setting request flag (RY(n+1)9) is turned OFF
and received by the RFID interface module.
(3) The initial data setting complete flag (RX(n+1)9) turns ON even if initial data
setup ends abnormally.
(4) Does not turn ON when a watchdog timer error occurs.
(The "RUN" LED turns off.)
RXn5
RXnD
Error detection
(CH1)
(CH2)
Clear Error command
Initial data setting request flag
(RY(n+1)9)
Initial data setting complete flag
(RX(n+1)9)
Error detection
(RXn5, RXnD)
Error details
(RWrn+1H), (RWrn+5H)
0
Error occurrence
Error details
0
Clear Error execution
Implemented by RFID interface module
Implemented by sequence program
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Device No.
Signal name
Description
(1) If a minor error occurs, the warning code (RWrm+3H) is set and the warning
status flag (RX(n+1)7) is turned ON.
(2) Once the minor error factor is eliminated, the warning code (RWrm+3H)
becomes 0000H, and the the warning status flag (RX(n+1)7) is turned OFF..
(3) If different minor erros occur continuously, the latest warning code (RWrm+3H)
is set.
Errors occurred in the past can be checked in error history data. For error
history, refer to Section 3.7.
RX(n+1)7
Warning status
flag
A minor error
occurred.
Warning code
(RWrm+3H)
0000H
The minor error is
removed.
(Warning code)
0000H
Warning status flag
(RX(n+1)7)
Remote READY
(RX(n+1)B)
Implemented by RFID interface module
Implemented by sequence program
(1) Turns ON after power ON or reset for a request for initial data setup by the
RFID interface module.
(2) Turns OFF when the initial data processing complete flag (RY(n+1)8) is turned
ON and received by the RFID interface module.
Initial data processing
request flag (RX(n+1)8)
Initial data processing
complete flag (RY(n+1)8)
RX(n+1)8
Initial data
processing
request flag
Initial data setting complete
flag (RX(n+1)9)
Initial data setting request
flag (RY(n+1)9)
Initialization execution
Remote register
(RWwm+0H to 7H)
Remote READY
(RX(n+1)B)
Implemented by RFID interface module
Implemented by sequence program
RX(n+1)9
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Initial data setting
complete flag
(1) Turns ON after initial data setting completion when the initial data setting
request flag (RY(n+1)9) is turned ON.
(2) Turns OFF when the initial data setting request flag (RY(n+1)9) is turned OFF
and received by the RFID interface module.
(3) For the timing chart, refer to "Initial data processing request flag (RX(n+1)8)".
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Device No.
Signal name
Description
(1) When a moderate error or a major error occurs, the error status flag (RX(n+1)A)
is turned ON.
(2) To clear the error code (RWrm+2H) and turn OFF the the error status flag
(RX(n+1)A), set the error clear request flag (RY(n+1)A) to OFF→ON→OFF.
(3) When different moderate erros occur continuously, the latest warning code
(RWrm+2H) is set.
Errors occurred in the past can be checked in error history data. For error
history, refer to Section 3.7.
[When a moderate error occurs]
RX(n+1)A
Error
Error status flag
Error code
(RWrm+2H)
0000H
(Error code)
0000H
Error status flag
(RX(n+1)A)
Error clear request flag
(RY(n+1)A)
Remote READY
(RX(n+1)B)
Implemented by RFID interface module
Implemented by sequence program
[When a major error occurs]
Error
Error code
(RWrm+2H)
0000H
(Error code)
Error status flag
(RX(n+1)A)
RX(n+1)A
Error status flag
Error clear request flag
(RY(n+1)A)
Remote READY
(RX(n+1)B)
Implemented by RFID interface module
Implemented by sequence program
If a major error occurs, the error will
not be cleared even if the error clear
request is performed.
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Device No.
Signal name
Description
(1) Turns ON after initial data setup is complete and the RFID interface module is
ready after power ON or reset.
(2) Turns OFF when the initial data setting request flag (RY(n+1)9) is turned ON
and received by the RFID interface module.
(3) Turns ON when the initial data setting request flag (RY(n+1)9) is turned OFF
and received by the RFID interface module.
(4) Turns OFF in TEST mode.
RX(n+1)B
Remote READY
Initial data setting complete
flag (RX(n+1)9)
Initial data setting request flag
(RY(n+1)9)
Remote READY
(RX(n+1)B)
Implemented by the RFID interface module
Implemented by the sequence program
n: Indicates the initial address assigned to the RFID interface unit by the CC-Link
IE Field Network station number setting.
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(3) Remote output signals (RY) Details
Table 3.4-3 Remote output signals (RY) Details
Device No.
RYn4
RYnC
RYn5
Signal name
ID command
execution request
(CH1)
(CH2)
TEST mode execution
request
Description
(1) Executes the ID command of the contents set in the remote register (RWw)
when the sequence program turns ON.
(2) For the timing chart, refer to "ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC)".
(1) Executes TEST mode when turned ON by the sequence program.
This signal is used only when the communication specification is repeat auto or
FIFO repeat.
RYn6
RYnE
Result reception
(CH1)
(CH2)
(1) Used as a trigger signal for communication with the next ID tag when the
communication specification is repeat auto or FIFO repeat.
(2) The timing chart is as follows:
1) The result information is acquired and result reception (RYn6, RYnE) is
turned ON when ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC) turns ON.
2) ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC) turns OFF when result reception
(RYn6, RYnE) is turned ON.
3) Result reception (RYn6, RYnE) is turned OFF when ID command
complete (RXn4, RXnC) turns OFF.
ID command
complete
(RXn4,RXnC)
Result reception
(RYn6,RYnE)
1)
2)
3)
Implemented by RFID interface module
Implemented by sequence program
RY(n+1)8
Initial data processing
complete flag
RY(n+1)9
Initial data setting
request flag
RY(n+1)A
Error clear
request flag
(1) Turns ON after initial data processing is completed when there is an initial
data processing request after power ON or reset.
(2) For the timing chart, refer to "Initial data processing request flag
(RX(n+1)8)".
(1) Turns ON when initial data is set or changed.
(2) For the timing chart, refer to "Initial data processing request flag
(RX(n+1)8)".
(3) Not executed during ID command execution, even if the initial data setting
request flag (RY(n+1)9) is turned ON. Turn the flag ON after turning the ID
command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) OFF and the ID command is
completed.
(4) Not executed in TEST mode, even if the initial data setting request flag
(RY(n+1)9) is turned ON.
(1) Turns ON when a moderate error occurs and it is cleared.
(2) For the timing chart, refer to the section on the error status flag
(RX(n+1)A).
n: Indicates the initial address assigned to the RFID interface unit by the CC-Link
IE Field Network station number setting.
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3.5 Remote registers (RWr/RWw)
(1) Remote register assignments of remote device stations
Table 3.5-1 Remote Register List
Operation
Mode
Initial data
setting
Reception
Direction
Initial
value
Reference
0
0
0
Section 3.6.1(1)
Section 3.6.1(2)
Section 3.6.1(3)
0
Section 3.6.1(4)
RWwm+8H and thereafter
Communication specification area
Communication setting area
Processing specification area
Auto system command
wait time setting area
Use prohibited
0
-
RWrm+0H
RWrm+4H
RWrm+1H
RWrm+5H
RWrm+2H
RWrm+3H
Module status storage area
Error details storage area
Error code
Warning code
0
0
0
0
Section 3.6.1(5)
Section 3.6.1(6)
Section 3.6.1(7)
Section 3.6.1(8)
RWrm+6H and thereafter
Use prohibited
0
-
Command code specification area
Start address specification area
Number of processing points
specification area
Command option specification area
0
0
Section 3.6.2(1)
Section 3.6.2(2)
0
Section 3.6.2(3)
0
Section 3.6.2(4)
Write data specification area 1 and
thereafter
0
Section 3.6.2(5)
Module status storage area
Error details storage area
Error code
Warning code
Use prohibited
0
0
0
0
0
Section 3.6.2(6)
Section 3.6.2(7)
Section 3.6.2(8)
Section 3.6.2(9)
-
Read data storage area 1 and thereafter
0
Section 3.6.2(10)
CH1
CH2
Master
module
↓
RFID
Interface
module
RWwm+0H
RWwm+1H
RWwm+2H
RWwm+4H
RWwm+5H
RWwm+6H
RWwm+3H
RWwm+7H
RFID
Interface
module
↓
Master
module
Master
module
↓
RFID
Interface
module
RUN mode
RFID
Interface
module
↓
Master
module
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Address
RWwm+0H
RWwm+1H
RWwm+4H
RWwm+5H
RWwm+2H
RWwm+6H
RWwm+3H
RWwm+8H
and
thereafter
(*1)
RWwm+7H
(*1)
RWrm+0H
RWrm+4H
RWrm+1H
RWrm+5H
RWrm+2H
RWrm+3H
RWrm+6H to RWrm+7H
RWrm+8H
and
(*1)
thereafter
(*1)
Description
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Operation
Mode
Reception
Direction
Master
module
↓
RFID
Interface
module
TEST
mode
RFID
Interface
module
↓
Master
module
Address
Description
Initial
value
Reference
RWwm+0H
Test operation mode specification area
0
Section 3.6.3(1)
Use prohibited
0
-
Module status storage area
Use prohibited
Error code
Warning code
Use prohibited
Processing result storage area
0
0
0
0
0
0
Section 3.6.3(2)
Section 3.6.3(3)
Section 3.6.3(4)
Section 3.6.3(5)
Use prohibited
0
-
RWwm+1H
to
RWwm+3H
RWwm+4H
and
thereafter
RWrm+0H
RWrm+4H
RWrm+1H
RWrm+5H
RWrm+2H
RWrm+3H
RWrm+6H to RWrm+7H
RWrm+8H
RWrm+CH
RWrm+9H
RWrm+DH
to
and
RWrm+BH
thereafter
m: Address assigned to master station by station number setting.
*1 The first half is the CH1 area and the second half is CH2.
Point
Use-prohibited devices are used by the system and cannot be used by users. In the
unlikely event that a use-prohibited device is used by a user, normal operation
cannot be guaranteed.
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(2) Comparison of remote register assignment with ECL2-V680D1
Table 3.5-2 shows comparison of remote register assignment with ECL2-V680D1.
When ECLEF-V680D2 is used by utilizing the ECL2-V680D1 program, change the
remote register as shown below.
Table 3.5-2 Remote register list
Operation
mode
Initial data
setting
RUN
mode
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Reception
Direction
Address
Description
ECLEF-V680D2
RWwm+0H Communication specification area (CH1)
RWwm+1H Communication setting area (CH1)
RWwm+2H Processing specification area (CH1)
Auto system command
RWwm+3H
wait time setting area (CH1)
Master module
↓
RWwm+4H Communication specification area (CH2)
RFID
RWwm+5H Communication setting area (CH2)
Interface
RWwm+6H Processing specification area (CH2)
module
Auto system command
RWwm+7H
wait time setting area (CH2)
RWwm+8H
and
Use prohibited
thereafter
RWrm+0H Module status storage area (CH1)
RWrm+1H Error details storage area (CH1)
RWrm+2H Error code
RFID
RWrm+3H Warning code
Interface
module
RWrm+4H Module status storage area (CH2)
↓
RWrm+5H Error details storage area (CH2)
Master module RWrm+6H
and
Use prohibited
thereafter
RWwm+0H Command code specification area (CH1)
RWwm+1H Start address specification area (CH1)
Number of processing points
RWwm+2H
Specification area (CH1)
Master module RWwm+3H Command option specification area (CH1)
↓
RWwm+4H Command code specification area (CH2)
RFID
RWwm+5H Start address specification area (CH2)
Interface
Number of processing points
RWwm+6H
module
Specification area (CH2)
RWwm+7H Command option specification area (CH2)
RWwm+8H
Write data specification area 1
and
and thereafter (CH1)
thereafter
RWrm+0H Module status storage area (CH1)
RWrm+1H Error details storage area (CH1)
RWrm+2H Error code
RWrm+3H Warning code
RFID
RWrm+4H Module status storage area (CH2)
Interface
module
RWrm+5H Error details storage area (CH2)
↓
RWrm+6H Use prohibited
Master module RWrm+7H Use prohibited
RWrm+8H
Read data storage area 1
and
and thereafter (CH1)
thereafter
ECL2-V680D1
Communication specification area
Communication setting area
Processing specification area
Auto system command
wait time setting area
Use prohibited
Module status storage area
Error details storage area
Use prohibited
Command code specification area
Start address specification area
Number of processing points
Specification area
Write data specification area 1
and thereafter
Module status storage area
Error details storage area
Use prohibited
Read data storage area 1 and thereafter
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Operation
mode
TEST
mode
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Reception
direction
Address
Description
ECLEF-V680D2
Test operation mode specification area
Master module
RWwm+0H
(CH1,CH2)
↓
RFID
RWrm+1H
and
Use prohibited
Interface
thereafter
module
RWrm+0H Module status storage area (CH1)
RWrm+1H Use prohibited
RWrm+2H Error code
RWrm+3H Warning code
RWrm+4H Module status storage area (CH2)
RWrm+5H
RFID
to
Use prohibited
Interface
RWrm+7H
module
RWrm+8H Processing result storage area (CH1)
↓
Master module RWrm+9H
to
Use prohibited
RWrm+BH
RWrm+CH Processing result storage area (CH2)
RWrm+DH
and
Use prohibited
thereafter
ECL2-V680D1
Test operation mode specification area
Use prohibited
Module status storage area
Use prohibited
Processing result storage area
Use prohibited
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3.6 Remote Register Details
The m in the remote register address indicates the address assigned to the master
station in the station number setting.
3.6.1 Initial data setting
(1) Communication specification area (RWwm+0H,RWwm+4H)
The communication specification method is selected according to the ID tag status
(stationary or moving). For details of the control method for each communication
specification, refer to Section 6.3, “Control Methods According to Communication
Specification”. The contents set become enabled when the initial data setting
request flag (RY(n+1)9) turns ON.
Table 3.6.1-1 Communication specification area
Specification
3
value*
Name
Description
(1)
0000H
Trigger
*1
command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) turns ON.
(2)
(1)
0001H
Communicates with a static ID tag located within the antenna communication area when the ID
Auto
Be sure that there is only one ID tag in the antenna communication area.
Waits for detection of an ID tag moving within the antenna communication area after the ID command
execution request (RYn4, RYnC) turns ON, and then executes communication.
(2)
Be sure that there is only one ID tag in the antenna communication area.
(1)
Waits for detection of an ID tag moving within the antenna communication area after the ID command
execution request (RYn4, RYnC) turns ON, and then executes communication.
0002H
Repeat auto
(2)
Does not execute communication with ID tags that stay in the communication area.
(3)
Waits again for the approach of a moving ID tag after response transmission is completed, continually
executes communication with subsequent ID tags, and stops communication when the ID command
execution request (RYn4, RYnC) turns OFF.
(4)
Be sure that there is only one ID tag in the antenna communication area.
(1)
Communicates with an operable ID tag within the antenna communication area after the ID command
execution request (RYn4, RYnC) turns ON.
0003H
FIFO Trigger
*2
(2)
(3)
Sets the ID tag to an operation disabled state after communication completion.
Does not communicate with an ID tag with which communication was once already performed when that
same ID tag is within the communication area.
(4)
(1)
Be sure that only one operable ID tag is within the antenna communication area during ID tag communication.
Waits for detection of an operable ID tag within the antenna communication area after the ID command
execution request (RYn4, RYnC) turns ON, and then performs communication.
(2)
(3)
0004H
FIFO repeat
*2
Sets the ID tag to an operation disabled state after communication completion.
Does not communicate with the same ID tag again when an ID tag with which communication was once
already performed is within the communication area.
(4)
Be sure that only one operable ID tag is within the antenna communication area during ID tag communication.
(5)
Waits again for the approach of a moving ID tag after response transmission completion, continuously
executes communication with subsequent ID tags, and stops communication when the ID command
execution request (RYn4, RYnC) turns OFF.
*1 The value is set to trigger by default.
*2 Cannot be used for communication with V680-D1KP□□.
*3 If an out-of-range value is specified, error detection (RXn5, RXnD) turns ON.
The set contents are not updated.
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(2) Communication setting area (RWwm+1H,RWwm+5H)
The communication setting area selects the communication settings shown in
Table 3.6.1-2.
The contents set become enabled when the initial data setting request flag
(RY(n+1)9) turns ON.
Table 3.6.1-2 Communication setting area
Bit
Description
Name
*1
Sets whether or not the write verify function, which automatically verifies that data is normally written by
0
Write verify setting
the RFID interface module when a write command is executed, is to be executed.
0: Execute
1: Do not execute
Shortens the communication time when the communication time with the ID tag is long with the standard
ID tag communication
1
speed setting
*2
communication speed setting.
0: Standard mode
1: High-speed mode
Enables/Disables the write protect function (ID tag write prohibit function).
2
Write protect setting
0: Enable
1: Disable
Read/Write data code
3
setting
4 to 15
*3
Not used
Specifies the read/write data code.
0: Without ASCII/HEX conversion
1: With ASCII/HEX conversion
0 : Fixed
*4
*1 The default values are set as follows:
Write verify setting
:Execute
ID tag communication speed setting :Standard mode
Write protect setting
:Enable
Read/Write data code setting
:Without ASCII/HEX conversion
*2 If FIFO trigger or FIFO repeat is specified in the communication specification
area (RWwm+0H, RWwm+4H), the communication speed is set to standard
mode even if high-speed mode is set as the ID tag communication speed
setting.
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*3 The following shows examples of ASCII/HEX conversion.
1) Without ASCII/HEX conversion, Data storage order: Upper → Lower,
Number of processing points: 2
ID tag
Write data specification area 1 and thereafter
(RWwm+3H and thereafter)
Write
BA21H
Address
Read data storage area 1 and thereafter
(RWrm+3H and thereafter)
Read
0010H
BAH
0011H
21H
BA21H
2) With ASCII/HEX conversion, Data storage order: Upper → Lower, Number
of processing points: 4
If ASCII/HEX conversion is set to "With ASCII/HEX conversion," set the
number of bytes of ASCII to be read from or written to the ID tag in the
number of processing points specification area (RWwm+2H, RWwm+6H).
If ASCII/HEX conversion is set to "With ASCII/HEX conversion", reading is
performed from an ID tag, and a code not expressed in hexadecimal
format exists in the conversion source data (a value other than "0" to "9"
and "A" to "F"), bit 14 of the error details storage area (RWrm+1H,
RWrm+5H) turns ON and error detection (RXn5, RXnD) turns ON.
If the number of processing points specified in the number of processing
points specification area (RWwm+2H, RWwm+6H) is odd, bit 0 of the
error details storage area (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H) turns ON and error
detection (RXn5, RXnD) turns ON.
ASCII/HEX conversion is enabled only with a Read/Write command.
ASCII/HEX conversion is not performed with Fill Data, Read UID, Copy,
or Measure Noise.
*4 If 1 is set, error detection (RXn5, RXnD) turns ON.
The set contents are not updated.
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(3) Processing specification area (RWwm+2H, RWwm+6H)
The processing specification area selects the data storage order when reading or
writing is performed with an ID tag.
Table 3.6.1-3 Processing Specification Area
Name
Data storage order
Specification
Description
Processing
*5
Applicable Commands
Description *1*2
0000H
Upper→Lower *3
0001H
Lower→Upper *4
Read, Write, Fill data
*1 The set contents are enabled when the initial data setting request flag
(RY(n+1)9) turns ON.
*2 The default setting is Upper → Lower.
*3 The following shows an Upper → Lower example.
Write data specification area 1 and thereafter
(RWwm+3H and thereafter)
(Upper→Lower)
Write
RWwm+3H
RWwm+4H
4241H
4443H
Read data storage area 1
and thereafter
(RWrm+3H and thereafter)
ID tag
Read
Upper
Lower
42H 41H
Upper
Lower
44H 43H
Address
0010H
42H
0011H
41H
0012H
44H
0013H
43H
Upper Lower
42H 41H
Upper Lower
44H 43H
4241H
RWrm+3H
4443H
RWrm+4H
*4 The following shows a Lower → Upper example.
Write data specification area 1 and thereafter
(RWwm+3H and thereafter)
(Upper→Lower)
Write
RWwm+3H
RWwm+4H
4241H
4443H
Upper Lower
42H 41H
Upper Lower
44H 43H
Read data storage area 1
and thereafter
(RWrm+3H and thereafter)
ID tag
Read
Address
0010H
41H
0011H
42H
0012H
43H
0013H
44H
Upper
42H
Lower
41H
Upper
44H
Lower
43H
4241H
RWrm+3H
4443H
RWrm+4H
*5 If an out-of-range value is specified, error detection (RXn5, RXnD) turns ON.
The set contents are not updated.
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(4) Auto system command wait time setting area (RWwm+3H, RWwm+7H)
The auto system command wait time setting area sets the time that an auto
system command (auto, repeat auto, FIFO repeat) is to wait for an ID tag
response after the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned ON.
Operation is performed based on the settings at the time that the initial data setting
request flag (RY(n+1)9) turns on.
Table 3.6.1-4 Auto system command wait time setting area
Set value
*1
0000
0001 to 9999
Description *2
Continually executes the ID command until there is a response from an ID tag.
Stops the ID command due to a tag not present error when an ID tag is not detected within the set
value [BCD] x 0.1 seconds, causing error detection to turn ON.
*1 If a value other than BCD is set, error detection (RXn5, RXnD) turns ON. The
set contents are not updated.
*2 The default setting is 0000H (the ID command is continually executed until
there is a response from an ID tag).
(5) Module status storage area (RWrm+0H, RWrm+4H)
Refer to Section 3.6.2 (6) "Module status storage area (RWrm+0H, RWrm+4H)".
(6) Error details storage area (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H)
Bit 0 (ID command error) of the error details storage area turns ON when the initial
data setting request flag (RY(n+1)9) is turned ON and an out-of-range value is
specified in the communication specification area (RWwm+0H, RWwm+4H) or the
processing specification area (RWwm+2H, RWwm+6H).
When the initial data setting request flag (RY (n+1)9) is turned OFF, all bits of the
error details storage area (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H) are cleared.
(7) Error code (RWrm+2H)
When a moderate or major error occurs (except for a watchdog timer error) occurs,
the error code is stored.
When the error clear request flag (RY(n+1)A) is turned ON after removing the
error factor that occurred, the error code will be cleared.
Errors occurred in the past can be checked in error history. For details on error
history, refer to Section 3.7.
(8) Warning code (RWrm+3H)
If a minor error occurs, the warning code is stored.
When the minor error factor that occurred is removed, the warning code will be
cleared.
Warnings occurred in the past can be checked in error history. For details on error
history, refer to Section 3.7.
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3.6.2 RUN mode
(1) Command code specification area (RWwm+0H, RWwm+4H)
This area is used to specify the processing contents for ID tags using command
codes.
Operation is performed based on the settings at the time that the ID command
execution request (RYn4, RYnC) turns on.
Table 3.6.2-1 Command Code Specification Area
Command Code
Command Name
0000H
Read
0001H
Write
0006H
Fill Data
0009H
Copy
000CH
UID Read
0010H
Measure Noise
0020H
Read Initial Data Settings
(2) Start address specification area (RWwm+1H, RWwm+5H)
This area is used to specify the ID tag start address when Read, Write, and Fill
Data are executed against ID tags.
Operation is performed based on the settings at the time that the ID command
execution request (RYn4, RYnC) turns on.
(3) Number of processing points specification area (RWwm+2H, RWwm+6H)
This area is used to specify the number of processed bytes when Read, Write,
and Fill Data are executed against ID tags.
Operation is performed based on the settings at the time that the ID command
execution request (RYn4, RYnC) turns on.
When ASCII/HEX conversion is set to "With ASCII/HEX conversion," set the
number of bytes of ASCII to be read from or written to the ID tag.
When an odd number is specified for Read or Write, ASCII/HEX conversion is set
to "With ASCII/HEX conversion," bit 0 of the error details storage area (RWrm+1H)
turns ON and error detection (RXn5, RXnD) turns ON.
(4) Command option specification area (RWwm+3H,RWwm+7H)
Specify the address of a copy destination when the ID tag is copied.
Operation is performed based on the settings at the time that the ID command
execution request (RYn4, RYnC) turns on.
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(5) Write data specification area 1 and thereafter
(RWwm+8H and thereafter, RWwm+nH and thereafter)
These areas store write data when Write or Data Fill is executed with ID tags.
(a) Write data storage range
Write data is stored from the write data specification area 1 (RWwm+8H,
RWwm+nH) to the number of bytes specified in the processing point
specification area (RWwm+2H, RWwm+6H).
The first half is the write data specification area (CH1) while the second half is
the write data specification area (CH2).
n: 8H+ (Write data specification area (CH1))
The write data specification area is limited to the last remote register (RWw)
assigned to the RFID interface unit.
(Example) When the number of points of RWw is 72.
RWwm+0H
RWwm+8H
Write data specification area 1 (CH1)
32
points
RWwm+27H
RWwm+28H
72
points
Write data specification area 32 (CH1)
Write data specification area 1 (CH2)
32
points
RWwm+47H
Write data specification area 32 (CH2)
(b) “Fill data” data storage range
“Fill data” data is stored in write data specification area 1 (RWwm+8H,
RWwm+nH).
(6) Module status storage area (RWrm+0H, RWrm+4H)
This area stores the operating status of the RFID interface module.
The area is enabled in both RUN mode and TEST mode.
Table 3.6.2-2 Module status storage area
Bit
Name
0
Antenna error
1
Not used
2
TEST mode
3 to 15
Not used
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Description
0: Normal or antenna not connected
1: An inapplicable antenna is connected
0: Fixed
0: RUN mode
1: TEST mode
0: Fixed
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(7) Error details storage area (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H)
When an error occurs when the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is
turned ON, the bit corresponding to the error contents turns ON.
When the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned OFF, all the bits
in the error details storage area (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H) are turned OFF.
Table 3.6.2-3 Error details storage area
Bit
Name
Description
0
ID Command error
Turns ON when there is an error in the specified initial data setting or the ID command.
Turns ON when the number of processing bytes is odd for read/write during ASCII/HEX
conversion.
1
Not used
-
2
Not used
-
3
Not used
-
4
Status flag
5
Not used
-
6
Not used
-
7
ID system error 3
ID system error
8
ID system error 2
ID system error
9
ID system error 1
ID system error
10
Tag not present error
Turns ON under in the following cases:
・When an error occurs as a result of data writing after reading during the Copy
command.*1
Turns ON when there is no communicable ID tag in the antenna communication area.
11
Protect error
12
Tag communication
error
Turns ON when data is written in an area set as write protected.
13
Address error
Turns ON when an attempt is made to read or write data beyond the ID tag address
specifiable range.
14
Verify error
ASCII/HEX conversion
error
Turns ON when data writing cannot be performed normally with an ID tag.
Turns ON when reading is performed with ASCII/HEX conversion set to "With ASCII/HEX
conversion", and data that cannot be converted is included in the tag.
15
Antenna error
Turns ON when failure occurs possibly because the antenna or amplifier is not connected.
Turns ON when communication with an ID tag does not end normally.
*1 When a Copy command error occurs causing an error on the copy destination
side, the bit on the copy source side also turns ON.
(8) Error code (RWrm+2H)
Refer to Section 3.6.1(7) “Error code (RWrm+2H)”.
(9) Warning code (RWrm+3H)
Refer to Section 3.6.1(8) “Warning code (RWrm+3H)”.
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(10) Read data storage area 1 and thereafter
(RWrm+8H and thereafter, RWrm+nH and thereafter)
These areas store read data when Read, Read UID, Measure Noise, or Read
Initial Data Settings is executed against ID tags.
(a) Read data storage range
Read data is stored from the read data storage area 1 (RWwm+8H,
RWwm+nH) to the number of bytes specified in the processing point storage
area (RWwm+2H, RWwm+6H).
The first half is the read data storage area (CH1) while the second half is the
read data storage area (CH2).
n: 8H+ (Read data storage area (CH1))
The read data storage area is limited to the last remote register (RWr)
assigned to the RFID interface unit.
(Example) When the number of points of RWr is 72.
RWrm+0H
RWrm+8H
Read data storage area 1(CH1)
32
points
RWrm+27H
RWrm+28H
72
points
Read data storage area 32(CH1)
Read data storage area 1(CH2)
32
points
RWrm+47H
Read data storage area 32(CH2)
(b) Read UID storage range
The read unit identification number (8 bytes) when Read UID is executed is
stored in the read data storage areas 1 to 4 (RWrm+8H to RWrm+BH,
RWrm+nH to RWrm+n+3H).
(c) Noise measurement result storage range
The measurement result (average value, maximum value, and minimum value
of measured data) when Measure Noise is executed is stored in the read data
storage areas 1 to 3 (RWrm+8H to RWrm+AH, RWrm+nH to RWrm+n+2H).
Table 3.6.2-4 Noise Measurement Result
Address
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Area
Description
RWrm+nH
Read data storage area 1
Average value (0 to 99)
RWrm+9H
RWrm+n+1H
Read data storage area 2
Maximum value (0 to 99)
RWrm+AH
RWrm+n+2H
Read data storage area 3
Minimum value (0 to 99)
CH1
CH2
RWrm+8H
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(d) Read initial data setting value storage range
The result (communication specification, communication setting, processing
specification, and auto system command wait time setting) when Read Initial
Data Settings is executed is stored in the read data storage areas 1 to 4
(RWrm+8H to RWrm+BH, RWrm+nH to RWrm+n+3H).
Table 3.6.2-5 Initial Data Set Value Read Results
Address
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CH1
CH2
RWrm+8H
RWrm+nH
RWrm+9H
RWrm+n+1H
RWrm+AH
RWrm+n+2H
RWrm+BH
RWrm+n+3H
Area
Read data
storage area 1
Read data
storage area 2
Read data
storage area 3
Read data
storage area 4
Description
Communication specification
(Refer to Section 3.6.1 (1).)
Communication setting
(Refer to Section 3.6.1 (2).)
Processing specification
(Refer to Section 3.6.1 (3).)
Auto system command wait time setting
(Refer to Section 3.6.1 (4).)
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3.6.3 TEST mode
(1) TEST operation mode specification area (RWwm+0H)
This area sets the test contents to be executed.
Tests on CH1 and CH2 are conducted alternately.
Table 3.6.3-1 Operation Mode Specification Area
Set value
Description
0000H,
Value other than below
00C0H
Communication test
Noise level
(2) Module status storage area (RWrm+0H, RWrm+4H)
Refer to Section 3.6.2 (6) "Module status storage area (RWrm+0H, RWrm+4H)”.
(3) Error code (RWrm+2H)
Refer to Section 3.6.1(7) “Error code (RWrm+2H)”.
(4) Warning code (RWrm+3H)
Refer to Section 3.6.1(8) “Warning code (RWrm+3H)”.
(5) Processing result storage area (RWrm+8H, RWrm+CH)
This area stores the test execution result.
The result is displayed by the amplifier side LED as well.
Table 3.6.3-2 Processing Result Storage Area
Test
Description
Data Format
Success
Communication
test
Noise level
Failure
Success
Failure
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“Processing time”
“E0”+“Error code”
“C0”+“Measurement result”
“E0”+“Error code”
Processing Time
Measurement result
Error Code
0001 to 9999[BCD]
(Unit: 10ms)
70: Tag communication error
72: Tag not present error
79: ID system error 1
7A: Address error
7C: Antenna error
00 to 99H[BCD]
(maximum value)
7C: Antenna error
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3.7 Error History Area
If an error of the RFID interface unit itself or CC-Link IE Field Network error occurs,
error history is recorded in the RFID interface unit. Error history can be read as
necessary by RIRD instruction of the sequence program.
An initial value is set for the error history area when the power is turned on or hardware
is reset.
Table 3.7-1 Error History Area List
Offset
Description
0000H to 000FH
Error history data 1
0010H to 001FH
Error history data 2
0020H to 002FH
Error history data 3
0030H to 003FH
Error history data 4
0040H to 004FH
Error history data 5
0050H to 005FH
Error history data 6
0060H to 006FH
0070H to 007FH
0080H to 008FH
Error history area
(240 words)
Error history data 7
Error history data 8
Error history data 9
0090H to 009FH
Error history data 10
00A0H to 00AFH
Error history data 11
00B0H to 00BFH
Error history data 12
00C0H to 00CFH
Error history data 13
00D0H to 00DFH
Error history data 14
00E0H to 00EFH
Error history data 15
Table 3.7-2 Access Code/Attribute Code
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Access code
Attribute code
01H
05H
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Table 3.7-3 Error History Data
Offset
Name
Description
+ 0000H
Error code
Indicates the type of error that occurred.
+ 0001H
The order in which errors occurred.
A numerical value from 0 to 65535 that indicates the order
in which errors occurred.
+ 0002H
Time of occurrence of an error (Christian Era) Date and time of occurrence of an error (Christian Era)
+ 0003H
Time of occurrence of an error (month/day)
Date and time of occurrence of an error
(upper 8 bits: month, lower 8 bits: day) (BCD)
+ 0004H
Time of occurrence of an error (hour/minute)
Date and time of occurrence of an error
(upper 8 bits: hour, lower 8 bits: minute) (BCD)
+ 0005H
Time of occurrence of an error (second/00)
Date and time of occurrence of an error
(upper 8 bits: second, lower 8 bits: 00) (BCD)
+ 0006H
Error detail 1
+ 0007H
Error detail 2
+ 0008H
Error detail 3
+ 0009H
Error detail 4
+ 000AH
Error detail 5
+ 000BH
Error detail 6
+ 000CH
Error detail 7
+ 000DH
Error detail 8
+ 000EH
Reserved
+ 000FH
Reserved
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Detailed information about an error occurred is stored.
Definition varies depending on the error code.
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3.8 CC-Link Family System Profile Plus (CSP+)
(Supported by GX Works2 Japanese version only)
The CC-Link family system profile Plus (CSP+) is a set of specifications for describing
the information required for CC-Link family module startup, operation, and
maintenance.
CSP+ can be downloaded from the CC-Link Partner Association free of charge.
http://www.cc-link.org/
CC-Link Partner Association
Download
Register profile
(import)
CSP+
Devices can be simply arranged
by dragging and dropping.
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3. SPECIFICATIONS
3.8.1 CSP+ applicable systems
The following shows a CSP+ applicable system configuration.
(1) System configuration
(a) When the CC-Link IE Field Network master module is LJ71GF11-T2
MODE
RUN
BAT.
ERR.
I/O ERR.
USER
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
B
C
D
E
F
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Intelligent device station, Remote device station
CC-Link IE Field Network
OMRON V680 series RFID system
RFID interface module
Amplifier
Antenna
ID tag
Table 3.8.1-1 CSP+ Applicable CC-Link IE Field Network Master Module
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Model
First five digits of serial number
LJ71GF11-T2
“14102” or later
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(b) When the CC-Link IE Field Network master module is QJ71GF11-T2
Intelligent device station, Remote device station
CC-Link IE Field Network
OMRON V680 series RFID system
RFID interface module
Amplifier
Antenna
ID tag
Table 3.8.1-2 CSP+ Applicable CC-Link IE Field Network Master Module
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Model
First five digits of serial number
QJ71GF11-T2
“14102” or later
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(c) When the CC-Link IE Field Network master module is RJ71GF11-T2 or
RJ71EN71
Intelligent device station, Remote device station
CC-Link IE Field Network
OMRON V680 series RFID system
RFID interface module
Amplifier
Antenna
ID tag
Table 3.8.1-3 CSP+ Applicable CC-Link IE Field Network Master Module
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Model
First five digits of serial number
RJ71GF11-T2
RJ71EN71
(no restriction)
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(d) When the CC-Link IE Field Network master module is QD77GF16
Intelligent device station, Remote device station
CC-Link IE Field Network
OMRON V680 series RFID system
RFID interface module
Amplifier
Antenna
ID tag
Table 3.8.1-4 CSP+ Applicable CC-Link IE Field Network Master Module
Model
First five digits of serial number
QD77GF16
“14111” or later
(2) Engineering tool
The following shows the versions of the engineering tool that can be used with
CSP+.
Table 3.8.1-5 CSP+ Applicable Engineering Tool
Engineering Tool
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Applicable Versions
GX Works2
Version 1.90U or later
GX Works3
Version 1.000A or later
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3. SPECIFICATIONS
3.9 Function Blocks (FBs)
(Supported by GX Works3 only)
The function blocks in the table below are available.
You can download the function block library (FB) from the URL below.
MEEFAN
Mitsubishi Electric FA site
http://www.mee.co.jp/sales/fa/meefan/index.html
http://www.mitsubishielectric.co.jp/fa/
Table 3.9-1 Function Block (FB) List
No.
Function Name
Description
1
Set Initial Data
Sets the initial data when a command is executed.
2
Read ID Tag
Reads the data of an ID tag.
3
Write to ID Tag
Writes data to an ID tag.
4
Fill Data in ID Tag
Initializes the data of an ID tag using specified data.
5
Copies data of ID tag
Copies data of an ID tag between channel 1 and channel 2.
6
Read UID of ID Tag
Reads the UID (unit identification number) of the ID tag.
7
Measures Noise
Measures the noise environment surrounding the antenna.
8
Read Module Status
Read Module Status.
9
Read Initial Data Settings
Reads the initial data settings.
For function block library details, refer to the reference manual.
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3.10 CC-Link IE Field Network Diagnostic Functions
CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostic functions allow you to diagnose the network
through engineering tools connected to a CPU unit.
Table 3.10-1 Diagnostic functions list
Diagnostic items
Description
Network status
Operation test
Shows CC-Link IE Field Network status graphically.
Communication test
Reference
-
Allows you to confirm arrival and communication path of
transient transmission from a connected station to a
-
destination station.
Cable test
Allows you to confirm cable connection status between a
test target station and devices connected to a port of the
-
test target station.
Link start/stop
Information
Network
confirmation
history
setup
Reserved
Allows you to start or stop a data link.
event
station
release/cancellation
reserved stations.
Temporary
error
Allows you to setup/cancel a temporary error invalid
station
station and shows station numbers for temporary error
invalid
of
setup/cancellation
invalid stations.
Remote reset
Allows you to manipulate the unit status of selected
selected
-
Allows you to release temporarily or cancel the
reservation on stations and shows station numbers for
temporary
Manipulation
Shows the history of events that occur on the network.
-
-
-
Section 3.10.2
stations remotely.
stations
Network status confirmation
Shows CC-Link IE Field Network status
graphically.
Operation test
Allows you to perform various operation
tests such as communication test and
cable test.
Error confirmation
Shows the occurrence of errors on an
RFID interface module.
Port confirmation
Shows link statuses of Port1 and Port2
on an RFID interface module.
Remote reset
Allows you to perform a remote reset of
an RFID interface module on the CC IE
Field screen.
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3.10.1 Application System
The following show the master units and engineering tools that can use the CC-Link IE
Field Network diagnostic functions.
(1) Applicable master station
When using CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostic functions, use the following
product for a master station.
Model
QJ71GF11-T2
First five digits of serial number
“17062” or later
When a master station other than the above is used, the RFID interface module
cannot be used.
(2) Engineering Tool
When using CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostic functions, use the following
engineering tool.
Engineering Tool
GX Works2
Applicable Versions
Version 1.535H or later
3.10.2 Remote Reset
RFID interface units can be reset remotely on the CC IE Field diagnostic screen. The
remote reset procedure is as follows.
1. Connect GX Works2 to a CPU unit.
2. Start the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnosis from the menu.
3. Select an icon for RFID interface module on the CC IE Field screen.
4. Click the [Remote control] button.
5. When "Do you reset the selected station?" is displayed, click [Yes].
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Chapter 4 SETUP AND PROCEDURES PRIOR TO OPERATION
This chapter describes configuration and procedure before starting operation.
Point
When using the RFID interface module, be sure to review the ●Safety Precautions
● provided in the beginning of this manual.
4.1 Usage Precautions
This section covers precautions for handling and installing the RFID interface unit.
(1) The module case is made of plastic. Do not drop the case or expose the case to
strong impact.
(2) Before touching the module, be sure to touch grounded metal or the like to release
the static electricity from your body.
(3) Be careful to prevent foreign objects such as chips and wire scraps from getting
inside the unit
Failure to do so could cause fire, failure or malfunction.
(4) Tighten the module screws, within the ranges described below.
A loose screw results in the risk of a short circuit, module failure, and malfunction.
4
Screw type
Tightening torque range
Terminal block mounting screw (M2.5 screw)
0.2 to 0.3N・m
Point
• Do not put oil on the terminal and screw.
Failure to do so may damage the screw.
• Tighten the terminal screw with an applicable driver.
Tightening with an inapplicable driver may damage the screw.
(5) When using a DIN rail, install the DIN rail while being careful of the following:
(a) Applicable DIN rail model name (compliant with IEC 60715)
TH35-7.5Fe
TH35-7.5Al
(b) DIN rail installation screw interval
Tighten the screws at a pitch of 200mm or less when installing a DIN rail.
(6) Securely lock the DIN rail hook.
Failure to do so may cause malfunction, failure, or drop of the module.
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4.2 Installation Environment and Installation Position
4.2.1 Installation environment
(1) Installation location
Do not install the I/O module to the place where:
•
•
•
•
•
Ambient temperature is outside the range of 0 to 55℃;
Ambient humidity is outside the range of 5 to 95% RH;
Condensation occurs due to rapid temperature change;
Corrosive gas or combustible gas is present;
Conductive powder such as dust and iron powder, oil mist, salinity,
or organic solvent is filled;
• The RFID module is exposed to direct sunlight;
• A strong electric field or strong magnetic field is generated; and
• The RFID module is subject to vibration and shock.
4
(2) Installation surface
Install the RFID module on the flat surface. When the installation surface is uneven,
excessive force is applied to the printed-circuit board and may cause a defect.
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4.2.2 Installation position
25 or longer
30 or longer
25 or longer
15 or longer
When installing an RFID interface module in a structure, make sure to keep the
following distance between the RFID interface module and its surrounding structure or
parts so as to ensure good ventilation and facilitate the module replacement.
128.5
70 or longer
55
(3.5)
Cable bending radius:
R40 or greater
(Antenna)
R50 or greater
(Ethernet)
(Unit: mm)
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4.2.3 Installation direction
The RFID module can be installed in six directions.
Use the DIN rail to install the module.
Celling installation
DIN rail
Front installation
Vertical installation
Upside-down installation
Planar installation
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4.2.4 Installing the module to a DIN rail
Point
An example of the use of the DIN rail stopper is described in the following
procedure. Fix the module according to the manual of the DIN rail stopper used.
(1) Mounting procedure
The procedure for installing the RFID interface unit on the DIN rail is as follows:
1. Pull down all DIN rail hooks on the back of the
modules.
The levers should be pulled down until they click.
2. Hang the upper tabs of the modules on a DIN rail, and
push the modules in position.
3. Lock the DIN rail hooks to the DIN rail to secure the
modules in position.
Push each hook up until it clicks. If the hooks are
beyond the reach, use a tool such as a driver.
Failure to lock the DIN rail hooks securely could cause
malfunction, failure or drop.
4. Loosen the screw on DIN rail stopper.
5. Hitch the bottom hook of the DIN rail stopper to the
bottom of the DIN rail.
Hitch the hook according to the orientation of the
arrow on the front of the stopper.
Attach the tab to the
bottom of the DIN rail.
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Attach the tab to the
top of the DIN rail.
6. Hitch the upper hook of the DIN rail stopper to the top
of the DIN rail.
DIN rail
bracket
7. Slide the DIN rail stopper up to the left side of the
modules.
DIN rail
bracket
8. Hold the DIN rail stopper in the direction opposite to
the arrow on the stopper and tighten the screw with a
driver.
DIN rail
bracket
9. Install the DIN rail stopper on the right side of the
module in the same procedure.
Install the stopper upside down for the right side.
Point
Do not slide modules from the edge of the DIN rail when mounting them. The
modules may be damaged.
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(2) Removal procedure
1. Remove the DIN rail stopper.
To remove the DIN rail stopper, reverse the
installation procedure.
2. Pull the lower part of the RFID interface unit while
pressing down the DIN rail hooks with a flathead
screwdriver and remove the RFID interface unit
from the DIN rail.
(3) Applicable DIN rail model (compliant with IEC 60715)
• TH35-7.5Fe
• TH35-7.5Al
(4) Interval between DIN rail mounting screws
Tighten the screws at intervals of 200mm or less.
(5) DIN rail stopper
Use a stopper that is attachable to the DIN rail.
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4.3 Wiring
This section describes how to wire the RFID interface unit.
4.3.1 Wiring precautions
CAUTION
• Avoid routing near a main circuit line or power cable or bundling with them.
Failure to do so may result in the influence of induced noise and surge on the product,
causing malfunction.
Install cables by keeping a distance of 100 mm or more from the above.
• Be sure to ground the FG terminal using the d class grounding for sequencers (the third
class grounding). Failure to do so may result in electric shock or malfunction.
• Do not connect the power line reversely.
Doing so may cause failure.
• Correctly connect the wiring of the unit after confirming the rated voltage and pin
arrangement of the product.
Input of voltage other than the rated voltage, connection of power other than the rated
power or faulty wiring may cause a fire or failure.
When installing the antenna cable to the RFID interface module, be sure that
excessive external force is not applied to the connector connecting area of the module.
Connector connecting area
Installation curvature radius.
Secure the antenna cable without applying external force
to the connector connecting area.
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4.3.2 Wiring unit power supply and FG
(1) Tightening torque
Install screws for unit power supply and FG within the following tightening torque
range.
Tightening the screws too much may damage the RFID interface module case.
Screw type
Tightening torque range
Terminal block mounting screw (M2.5 screw)
0.2 to 0.3N・m
(2) Wire to be used
The following table describes the wire to be connected to the terminal block for
module power supply and FG.
Diameter
Type
Material
Temperature rating
22 to 16 AWG
Stranded
Copper
75℃ or more
(3) Installation/removal of connector
To install the connector for the unit power supply and FG, tighten the connector
fixing screw using a flathead screwdriver. Failure to securely hold with screws
could cause drop, short circuit or malfunction.
To remove the connector for the unit power supply and FG, loosen the connector
fixing screw using a flathead screwdriver.
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(4) Processing method of the cable terminal
Peel approximately 10 mm from the cable terminal and install a rod type crimp
terminal.
Precautions
・Long peeling length of a cable may cause the conductive part to stick out into the
front of connector, which may cause electric shock and short circuit between
adjacent connectors.
・Short peeling length of a cable may cause failure to obtain reliable contact.
(5) Installing a cable
To install the cable, press the cable with a rod type crimp terminal into the cable
entry.
After pressing the cable into the cable entry, pull it gently and ensure that the
cable is clamped.
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(6) Removing cable
Remove the cable, following the procedure below:
1) Push in the opening/closing button for the connector for the unit power supply
and FG using a Phillips-head screwdriver or flathead screwdriver.
2) Pull the cable with a rod type crimp terminal out with the opening/closing button
for the connector for the unit power supply and FG pushed in.
1
2
(7) Precautions
• To connect the cable to the connector for the unit power supply and the FG,
use a rod type crimp terminal. If the peeled cable is inserted into the cable
entry, it cannot be clamped securely.
• Determine the length of the cable to be peeled based on rod type crimp
terminal specifications. Use a crimp tool to install the rod type crimp terminal on
the cable.
• Check the shape of the cable entry and that of the rod type crimp terminal
before inserting the rod type crimp terminal. Make sure the rod type crimp
terminal is facing the correct direction when inserting it. If the rod type crimp
terminal larger than the cable entry is inserted, it may damage the connector.
Shape of the cable entry
2.8mm
2.0mm
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(8) Appropriate crimp terminal
Appropriate rod type crimp terminals and crimp tools for the connector for the unit
power supply and FG are shown below:
Product
name
Rod type
crimp
terminal
Rod type
crimp
terminal tool
Model name
Appropriate
cable size
TE 0.5-8, TE 0.5-10
TE 0.75-8, TE 0.75-10
TE 1.0-8, TE 1.0-10
TE 1.5-8, TE 1.5-10
AI 0.34-8TQ
AI 0.5-8WH, AI 0.5-10WH
AI 0.75-8GY, AI 0.75-10GY
AI 1-8RD, AI 1-10RD
AI 1.5-8BK, AI 1.5-10BK
0.3 to 0.5mm
0.75mm2
0.9 to 1.0mm2
1.25 to 1.5mm2
0.3mm2
0.5mm2
0.75mm2
1.0mm2
1.5mm2
Contact
2
NH79
NICHIFU Co., Ltd.
http://www.nichifu.co.jp
CRIMPFOX6
PHOENIX CONTACT
http://www.phoenixcontact.co.jp
4.3.3 Wiring of Ethernet Cable
(1) Ethernet cables
Wire the Ethernet cable with an Ethernet cable that meets the standards of
1000BASE-T.:
Type
Category
STP
(double shield)
Category 5e or higher
Connector
RJ45
Standards
Cables that meet the following standards:
IEEE802.3 (1000BASE-T)
ANSI/TIA/EIA-568-B (Category5e)
(2) Installing the Ethernet cable
1. Power off the power supplies of the main RFID module and the
external device.
2. Push the Ethernet cable connector into the RFID interface unit a
click is heard, taking care to insert it in the correct direction as
shown in the figure on the left.
3. Power on the module.
4. Power on the external device.
5. Check if the LINK LED on the port into which the Ethernet cable is
connected is on. The LINK LED may take a few seconds to turn on
after power-on.
If the LINK LED does not turn on, refer to the troubleshooting
section and take a corrective action.
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Point
PORT1 and PORT2 need not to be distinguished. When only one connector is used in star topology, either
PORT1 or PORT2 can be connected.
Either one can be used
• When two connectors are used in line topology or ring topology, an Ethernet cable can be connected to
the connectors in any combination. For example, the cable can be connected between PORT1s and
between PORT1 and PORT2.
(1) Connection between PORT1s or PORT2s
(2) Connection between PORT1 and PORT2
• Cables can be connected in any order.
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(3) Removing the Ethernet cable
1. Power off the power supplies of the RFID interface unit and the
remote device.
2. Press the latch down and unplug the Ethernet cable.
(4) Precautions
(a) Laying Ethernet cables
• Place the Ethernet cable in a duct or clamp them. If not, dangling cable
may swing or inadvertently be pulled, resulting in damage to the module or
cables or malfunction due to poor contact.
• Do not touch the core of the connector of the cable or the module, and
protect it from dirt and dust.
If any oil from your hand, or any dirt or dust sticks to the core, it can increase
transmission loss, causing data link to fail.
• Check the following:
• Is any Ethernet cable disconnected?
• Does any Ethernet cable short?
• Are the connectors securely connected?
(b) Broken cable latch
• Do not use Ethernet cables with broken latches. Doing so may cause the
cable to unplug or malfunction.
(c) Connecting and disconnecting the Ethernet cable
• Hold the connector part when connecting and disconnecting the Ethernet cable.
Pulling the cable connected to the module may result in damage to the module
or cable or malfunction due to poor contact.
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(d) Connectors without Ethernet cable
• To prevent dust from entering the module, attach the provided connector cover.
(e) Maximum station-to-station distance (Maximum Ethernet cable length)
• The maximum station-to-station distance is 100m. However, the distance may
be shorter depending on the operating environment of the cable. For details,
contact the manufacturer of the cables used.
(f)
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Bending radius of the Ethernet cable
• There are restrictions on the bending radius of the Ethernet cable. Check
the bending radius in the specifications of the Ethernet cables used.
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4.3.4 Connecting antenna and cable
When connecting the antenna cable, follow the procedure described below.
(1) Channels the antenna is connected to
(a) Separate amplifier type
Up to two antennas of separate amplifier type can be used.
When using one antenna, connect it to channel 1.
Antenna
(Separate amplifier type)
ID tag
RFID interface
module
Amplifier
(b) Amplifier built-in type
The amplifier built-in type antenna can be connected to channel 1 only.
When the amplifier built-in type antenna is used, do not connect the antenna
to channel 2.
Antenna
(Amplifier built-in type)
RFID interface
module
ID tag
Channel 2 cannot be used.
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Point
• The separate amplifier type antenna and the amplifier built-in type antenna
cannot be mixed in one RFID interface unit.
• For connectable antennas, refer to 2.4 "Component List".
(2) How to install
1. Insert by aligning the mark of white point on the body with that on the connector
while holding the fixed part of the connector.
Insert by aligning the mark of white point
on the body with that on the connector.
2. Push the connector straight until it is locked.
Point
Even if you push the ring, the connector is not locked. So make sure to hold the
fixed part of the cable to push.
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(3) How to remove
1) Pull out the connector straight by holding the ring
Ring
Point
You cannot pull out the connector by holding the fixed part of the cable. Do not
forcibly pull the cable.
CAUTION
• Do not connect or disconnect the antenna cable with power supplied. Doing so
may cause failure.
(4) About unused channels
Attach an accessory dust-proof antenna connector cover to channels that are not
connected to an antenna connector.
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4.4 Setup and Procedures Prior to Operation
Procedures prior to operation are shown below:
Start
Verify the specifications of the RFID interface
module, and design the system.
(Refer to Chaptor 3)
Wire the data link cable, execute wiring to the
external power supply terminal, and connect
and install the amplifier and antenna.
(Refer to Sections 4.3,
the OMRON User's Manual, and the CC-Link
Master Module User's Manual.)
Install the ID tag.
(Refer to the OMRON User's Manual.)
Set "Station number" using the station number
setting switch and press the reset switch.
Set the station number setting switch (Unit
TEST). (Refer to Section 7.4.)
Set the programmable controller CPU to “STOP”.
Turn ON the system power supply.
Implement unit test in the TEST mode.
(Refer to Section 7.3.)
Configure parameter settings for the master
unit. (Refer to the master unit user's manual.)
Write the network parameters
to the programmable controller CPU,
reset the CPU, and run the programmable
controller CPU using written parameters.
Set "Communication test" using the station
number setting switch and press the reset switch.
Verify operation using the LEDs.
If the data link is implemented normally,
the D LINK LED will turn on and the L ERR.
LED will remain off.
Implement communication test in the TEST
mode.(Refer to Section 5.1.4.)
Create a communication program with the ID
tag. (Refer to Chaptor 6.)
Set "Noise level measurement" using the station
number setting switch and press the reset switch.
Create an additional program that performs
the write protect function of ID tags
(refer to Section 5.3) as necessary.
Perform noise level measurements in the TEST
mode.(Refer to Section 5.1.4.)
Write the program to the programmable
controller CPU, and reset the programmable
controller CPU.
Set the programmable controller CPU to "RUN".
Operation
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4.5 Setting the Station Number
This section describes the station number setting for CC-Link IE Field Network
(1) How to set
The setting value of the station number becomes valid when the module is
powered on. Thus, set the station number when the module is powered off.
• The hundreds and tens places of the station number are set with x10.
• The ones place of the station number is set with x1.
Ex To set the station to 115, set the switch as shown below.
(2) Setting range
Set the station number from 1 to 120. Setting the value other than 1 to 120 causes
a communication error with the ERR.LED lit and the D LINK LED flashes or turns
off. (The RUN LED flashes.) For details, refer to Section 7.1.1 (6).
Point
• Do not change the station number setting switch while the module is powered
on. Changing the station number setting switch causes a minor error and flashes
the ERR. LED. Returning the station number setting switches to the previous
setting eliminates the error after five seconds and turns off the ERR. LED.
• Do not set a station number duplicated with other station numbers. If the station
number is duplicated, a communication error occurs and the D LINK LED does
not turn on.
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4.6 Parameter Settings for CC-Link IE Field Network
4.6.1 Setting network configuration
To use the RFID interface unit, make the following settings in the network configuration
setting for setting to the CC-Link IE Field Network master station.
For information on how to set, refer to user's manual of the master unit used.
Table 4.6.1-1 Setting Network Configuration
Settings
Station number
Station type
RX/RY setting
Setting details
Set the RFID interface unit station number. (For details, refer to Section 4.5.)
Set "Intelligent device station".
Number of
points
32 points
Number
of setting
points
RWr/RWw
setting
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Number of
points
The amount of data that
can be written/read with
one ID instruction
16
8 bytes
24
16 bytes
:
:
1024
1016 bytes
【Formula for calculating the number of setting
points】
The maximum amount of data that can be
written/read with one ID instruction (in 8 bytes) +
8 points
(For details, refer to Section 3.5
"Remote Register" and Section 3.6
"Remote Register Details".)
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5. THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE PROGRAMMING
Chapter 5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE PROGRAMMING
5.1 Operation Mode
The RFID interface module has two operation modes: RUN mode and TEST mode.
5.1.1 Switching the operation mode
The operation mode is switched using one of the following two switches:
(1) For the station number setting switch on the front of the RFID interface unit
Station number setting switch
×10
×1
1 to120
TEST
1,2
TEST
0
RUN mode/TEST mode
Reference
RUN mode
TEST mode
Unit TEST mode
Section 5.1.2
Section 5.1.3
Section 7.4
(2) For the sequence program (station number setting switch settings: 1 to 120)
TEST Mode Execution Request (RYn5)
OFF
ON
RUN mode/TEST mode
RUN mode
TEST mode
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5.1.2 RUN mode
RUN mode allows you to use all commands.
Table 5.1.2-1 RUN mode function list
Function
Command
Description
1
Reference
Read
Reads data from an ID tag.*
Section 6.2.1
UID Read
Reads the UID (unit identification number) of an ID tag.
Section 6.2.5
Read Initial Data
Settings
Reads the Initial Data Settings.
Section 6.2.7
Write
Writes data to an ID tag.*
Section 6.2.2
Duplicate
Copy
Copies data of an ID tag between channel 1 and channel 2.
Section 6.2.4
Initialize
Fill data
Initializes data of an ID tag with specified data.
Section 6.2.3
Measure Noise
Measures the noise environment around an antenna.
Section 6.2.6
Read
Write
Management
1
*1 Not compatible with data handled by Read with Error Correction, Write with Error
Correction, or Data Check of the EQ-V680D1/EQ-V680D2 RFID interface module.
5.1.3 TEST mode
TEST mode is used during ID system installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting.
Table 5.1.3-1 TEST mode functions list
Function
Description
Reference
Communication
test
Has the RFID interface module read ID tag data without operating the sequence program.
Checks whether a sequence program, antenna, or ID tag caused a read error when a
data read error occurs with an ID tag.
Section
5.1.4 (2)
Noise level
measurement
Checks whether noise that adversely affects communication with an ID tag is occurring
in the area surrounding the antenna installation location.
Section
5.1.4 (3)
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5.1.4 Using TEST mode
(1) How to use TEST mode
(a) Operation of TEST mode using the station number setting switch
Set the station number setting switch x10 to "TEST" and x1 to "1" or "3", and
then turn on the power or reset.
TEST mode operation is started based on the setting.
The test results are indicated by the amplifier side LED.
Table 5.1.4-1 Configuring the Station Number Setting Switch
Configuring the station number setting switch
×10
×1
1
2
TEST
Test description
Communication test
Noise level measurement
• Even if the station number setting switch is changed after starting TEST
mode operation, the contents of test execution cannot be changed.
• The test results are not stored in the processing result storage area
(RWrm+8H, RWrm+CH).
(CC-Link IE Field Network communication is not performed in Test mode.)
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(b) Operating TEST mode using the sequence program
1) Set the station number setting switch to 1 to 120 and turn on the power or
reset. RUN mode operation is started based on the setting.
2) Set TEST mode operation.
Set the test mode and operation details to be executed in the test
operation mode specification area (RWwm+0H).
Table 5.1.4-2 Test Operation Mode Specification Area
Set value
0000H, value other than below
00C0H
Operation
Communication test
Noise level measurement
Point
The TEST execution contents cannot be changed after the mode has transitioned
to TEST mode, even if you change the test operation mode specification area
(RWwm+0H). Set the execution contents in the test operation mode specification
area (RWwm+0H) before transitioning to TEST mode.
3) Execute TEST mode.
When the TEST mode execution request (RYn5) is turned ON, TEST
mode operation is started based on the set conditions of the test
operation mode specification area (RWwm+0H).
4) Exit the TEST mode.
When the TEST mode execution request (RYn5) is turned OFF, TEST
mode operation will end and operate in RUN mode.
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(2) Communication test
The communication test reads data from ID tags.
If an ID tag data read error occurred, the test can check if the error was caused by
the sequence program, antenna, or ID tag.
The communication test performs read communication with the antenna on a per
second basis.
Point
(1) The communication test checks read only. It does not check write.
(2) The number of test operation bytes of the communication test is 1.
(3) Test the channels 1 and 2 alternately.
(a) How to execute a communication test using the station number setting switch
1) Set the TEST mode operation.
Set the station number setting switch x10 to "TEST" and x1 to "1", and
then turn on the power or reset.
2) Start communication with the ID tag.
The test results are indicated by the amplifier side LED.
(b) Executing the communication test using a sequence program
1) Set the TEST mode operation.
Set the test operation mode specification area (RWwm+0H) to "0000H".
2) Start communication with the ID tag.
When the TEST mode execution request (RYn5) is turned ON,
communication with the ID tag is executed, and the communication
results are stored in the processing result monitor storage area
(RWrm+8H, RWrm+CH).
The test result can be verified using the amplifier side LED as well.
For the information on the indication on the amplifier side, ask OMRON
Corporation.
Table 5.1.4-3 Communication Test Result
Address
CH1
Data Format
CH2
When normal
“Processing time”
Processing Time / Error Code
0001 to 9999 [BCD](Unit: 10ms)
70: Tag communication error
RWrm+8H
RWrm+CH
72: Tag not present error
When abnormal
“E0”+“Error code”
79: ID system error 1
7A: Address error
7C: Antenna error
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(3) Noise level measurement
Noise level measurement allows you to verify the effects of noise
countermeasures on the noise source. The test measures the noise level of the
set surrounding environment.
Point
(1) Test the channels 1 and 2 alternately.
(a) How to measure noise level using the station number setting switch
1) Set the TEST mode operation.
Set the station number setting switch x10 to "TEST" and x1 to "1" or "2",
and then turn on the power or reset.
2) Start Noise level measurement
The measurement results are indicated by the amplifier side LED.
(b) Executing the communication test using a sequence program
1) Set the TEST mode operation.
Set the test operation mode specification area (RWwm+0H) to "00C0H".
2) Start noise level measurement.
When the TEST mode execution request (RYn5) is turned ON, the noise
level is measured, and the measurement results are stored in the
processing result monitor storage area (RWrm+8H, RWrm+CH).
The measurement result can be verified using the amplifier side LED as
well.
For the information on the indication on the amplifier side, ask OMRON
Corporation.
Table 5.1.4-4 Noise Level Measurement Result
Address
CH1
CH2
RWrm+8H
RWrm+CH
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Data format
Measurement Result / Error Code
During operation
“C0”+“Measurement Result”
00 to 99 [BCD] (maximum value)
When abnormal
“E0”+“Error code”
7C: Antenna error
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5.2 ID tag memory
The following describes the memory of ID tags capable of communicating with the
RFID interface module.
Communication between V680 series ID tags and antennas is performed in units of
blocks (units of 8 bytes).
When a write error occurs, the possibility exists that a data error exists in a block.
(1) EEPROM type (1k byte): V680-D1KP□□
Address Bit 7
0000H
Bit 0
Write protect setting area
0003H
User area
0006H
0007H
0008H
0009H
Block
(8 bytes)
Block
(8 bytes)
000FH
0010H
03E6H
03E7H
1 byte
(2) FRAM type (2k bytes): V680-D2KF□□,V680S-D2KF□□
Address Bit 7
0000H
Bit 0
Write protect setting area
0003H
User area
0006H
0007H
0008H
0009H
Block
(8 bytes)
Block
(8 bytes)
000FH
0010H
07CEH
07CFH
1 byte
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(3) FRAM type (8k bytes): V680-D8KF□□
Address Bit 7
0000H
Bit 0
Write protect setting area
0003H
User area
0006H
0007H
0008H
0009H
Block
(8 bytes)
Block
(8 bytes)
000FH
0010H
1FFEH
1FFFH
1 byte
(4) FRAM type (8k bytes): V680S-D8KF□□
Address Bit 7
0000H
Bit 0
Write protect setting area
0003H
User area
001EH
001FH
0020H
0021H
Block
(32 bytes)
Block
(32 bytes)
003FH
0040H
1FFEH
1FFFH
1 byte
(5) FRAM type (32k bytes): V680-D32KF□□
Address Bit 7
0000H
Bit 0
Write protect setting area
0003H
User area
0006H
0007H
0008H
0009H
Block
(8 bytes)
Block
(8 bytes)
000FH
0010H
7FE6H
7FE7H
1 byte
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5.3 Write protect function
The write protect function is provided to ensure that important data, such as the
product models and types stored in an ID tag, do not get lost by careless writing.
After important data are written, it is recommended that you write-protect the data using
the method described below.
The RFID interface module is provided with a write protect function for
enabling/disabling ID tag write protection.
5.3.1 How to set write protect
Set the write-protect range in the four bytes of addresses 0000H to 0003H of the ID tag.
Specify the enable/disable setting for using the write protect function using the most
significant bit of the ID tag address 0000H.
Table 5.3.1-1 Write-Protect Setting Meth
Address
0000H
Bit
7
Enable
/Disable
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Upper two digits of start address (00H to7FH)
0001H
Lower two digits of start address (00H to FFH)
0002H
Upper two digits of end address (00H to FFH)
0003H
Lower two digits of end address (00H to FFH)
(1) Write protect function enable/disable setting (bit 7 of address 0000H)
0 (OFF): Disable (Do not write protect)
1 (ON): Enable (Write protect)
(2) Write protect range setting (address 0000H to address 0003H)
Start address: 0000H to 7FFFH
End address: 0000H to FFFFH
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(3) Write protect setting example
(a) When write-protecting data from address 0015H to 0120H (start address <
end address)
Table 5.3.1-2 Write Protect Setting Example (Start Address < End Address)
Address
Bit
Bytes
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0000H
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
80H
0001H
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
15H
0002H
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
01H
0003H
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
20H
Address
0000H
0015H
Write protect area
0120H
03E7H
(b) When write-protecting 1 byte only (start address = end address)
Table 5.3.1-3 Write Protect Setting Example (Start Address = End Address)
Address
Bit
Bytes
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0000H
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
81H
0001H
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
20H
0002H
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
01H
0003H
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
20H
Address
0000H
0120H
Write protect area
03E7H
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(c) When the end address exceeds the last ID tag address
(last ID tag address < end address)
The following is a setting example of a case where the ID tag is V680-D1KP□□.
The addresses up to the last ID tag address 03E7H are write protected.
Table 5.3.1-4 Write Protect Setting Example (Last ID Tag Address < End Address)
Address
Bit
Bytes
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0000H
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
81H
0001H
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
20H
0002H
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
07H
0003H
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
CFH
Address
0000H
0120H
Start Address
Write protect area
03E7H
Last ID Tag Address
07CFH
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(d) When the start address exceeds the end address
(start address > end address)
The following is a setting example of a case where the ID tag is V680-D1KP□□.
The addresses from the start address to the last ID tag address 03E7H and
from 0004H to the end address are write protected.
Table 5.3.1-5 Write Protect Setting Example (Start Address > End Address)
Address
Bit
Bytes
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0000H
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
83H
0001H
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
00H
0002H
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
01H
0003H
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
20H
Address
0000H
0004H
0120H
End Address
0300H
Start Address
03E7H
5.3.2 How to cancel write protect
When you want to cancel a write protect setting, set the most significant bit of the
address 0000H to “0”.
The write protect setting is canceled, and the start and end address settings set in
addresses 0000H to 0003H are made invalid.
Table 5.3.2-1 Write Protect Cancellation Method
Address
Bit
Bytes
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
0000H
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
00H
0001H
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
00H
0002H
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
00H
0003H
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
00H
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Chapter 6 HOW TO COMMUNICATE WITH ID TAGS
The following describes the programming method for communicating with ID tags using
instructions.
When utilizing the program examples introduced in this chapter into an actual system,
be sure to fully verify that control in the target system will be unproblematic.
6.1 Programming Precautions
The following describes the precautions and the like that you need to know before
using the RFID interface module to create a program for communicating with ID tags.
(1) Executing instructions
Multiple instructions cannot be executed simultaneously.
Be sure to create an interlock in the program to ensure that multiple instructions
are not executed.
Simultaneous execution between different channels (channels 1 and 2) is
possible.
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6.2 Command/Specification List
The following describes the command types and specification contents that can be
used with the RFID interface module.
Table 6.2.1 Command/Specification List
Initial Data Setting
Communication
Specification
Command
Name
RUN mode
Processing
Specification
(RWwm+0H,
RWwm+4H)
(RWwm+2H,
RWwm+6H)
0000H: Trigger
0001H: Auto
0002H: Repeat
auto
0003H: FIFO
trigger
0004H: FIFO
repeat
Processing
Specification
Data storage
order
0000H:
Upper→Lower
0001H:
Lower→Upper
Read
Write
Fill data
Copy
6
Read UID
Command
Code
(RWwm+0H,
RWwm+4H)
Start Address
Specification
Range
(RWwm+1H,
RWwm+5H)
0000H
0000H: Trigger
0001H: Auto
0000H: Trigger
0001H: Auto
0002H: Repeat
auto
0003H: FIFO
trigger
0004H: FIFO
repeat
Measure
Noise
Read
Initial
Data
Settings
0001H
0000H
to
FFFFH
0006H
0009H
-
Number of
Processing
Points Range
(RWwm+2H,
RWwm+6H)
Command
Option
(RWwm+3H,
RWwm+7H)
Write data
(RWwm+8H
and
thereafter)
-
0001H to
0800H
-
0001H
to
0800H
0000H:
All data
specified
-
Reference
(RWrm+8H
and thereafter)
Section
7.2.1
Read data
Write data
Section
7.2.2
Fill data
0000H
to
FFFFH
Section
7.2.3
-
Copy
destination
address (write)
0000H
to
FFFFH
Copy source
address (read) 0001H
0000H
to
to
0800H
FFFFH
000CH
Section
7.2.4
-
-
Read data
-
Section
7.2.5
UID
-
0010H
Measurement
result
Section
7.2.6
0020H
Initial data set
value
Section
7.2.7
-
m: Address assigned to master station by station number setting.
n: 8H+ (Write data specification area (CH1)) or 8H+ (Read data storage area (CH1))
6.2.1 Read
The Read instruction reads data from the ID tag starting from the address specified in
the start address specification area (RWwm+1H, RWwm+5H), in an amount equivalent
to the number of bytes specified in the number of processed points specification area
(RWwm+2H, RWwm+6H).
The read data is stored in the read data storage area 1 and thereafter (RWrm+8H and
thereafter, RWrm+nH).
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6.2.2 Write
The Write instruction writes data to the ID tag starting from the address specified in the
start address specification area (RWwm+1H, RWwm+5H), in an amount equivalent to
the number of bytes specified in the number of processed points specification area
(RWwm+2H, RWwm+6H).
The data to be written is stored in the write data specification area 1 and thereafter
(RWwm+8H and thereafter, RWwm+nH).
6.2.3 Fill data
The Fill Data instruction writes the same data to the ID tag starting from the address
specified in the start address specification area (RWwm+1H, RWwm+5H), in an
amount equivalent to the number of byte sets specified in the number of processed
points specification area (RWwm+2H, RWwm+6H).
The data for executing Fill Data is stored in write data specification area 1 (RWwm+8H,
RWwm+nH).
6.2.4 Copy
When the Copy command is specified using the ID instruction execution request
(RYn4) of channel 1, the command reads the data of the ID tag of channel 1 (copy
source) and writes the data to the ID tag of channel 2 (copy destination).
When the Copy command is specified using the ID instruction execution request
(RYnC) of channel 2, the command reads the data of the ID tag of channel 2 (copy
source) and writes the data to the ID tag of channel 1 (copy destination).
When the Copy command ends normally, ID instruction complete (RXn4, RXnC) of the
copy source turns ON.
(1) Copy source antenna
The copy source antenna reads from the ID tag the number of byte sets specified
in the number of processed points specification area (RWwm+2H, RWwm+6H)
from the address specified in the head address specification area (RWwm+1H,
RWwm+5H).
The communication specifications available are trigger and auto only.
(2) Copy destination antenna
The copy destination antenna writes data to the ID tag in an amount equivalent to
the number of byte sets specified in the number of processed points specification
area (RWwm+2H, RWwm+6H) from the address specified in the command option
specification area (RWwm+3H, RWwm+7H).
The communication specification is not available for selection. Communication is
executed by a trigger.
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6.2.5 Read UID
The Read UID instruction reads the UID (unit identification number; 8bytes) of the ID
tag, and stores the value in the read data storage areas 1 to 4 (RWrm+8H to
RWrm+BH, RWrm+nH to RWrm+n+3H).
6.2.6 Measure noise
The Measure Noise instruction measures the noise environment surrounding the
antenna, and stores the average value, maximum value, and minimum value of the
measured data in the read data storage areas 1 to 3 (RWrm+8H to RWrm+AH,
RWrm+nH to RWrm+n+2H).
Channel 1
Channel 2
Measured Data
RWrm+8H
RWrm+nH
Average value
“C0H”+“00H”to“99H” [BCD]
RWrm+9H
RWrm+n+1H
Maximum valu
“C0H”+“00H”to“99H” [BCD]
RWrm+AH
RWrm+n+2H
Minimum value “C0H”+“00H”to“99H” [BCD]
6.2.7 Read Initial Data Settings
The Read Initial Data Settings instruction reads the communication specification,
communication setting, processing specification, and auto system command wait type
setting set in the RFID interface module, and stores the values in the read data storage
areas 1 to 4 (RWrm+8H to RWrm+BH, RWrm+nH to RWrm+n+3H).
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Channel 1
Channel 1
RWrm+8H
RWrm+nH
Communication specification
RWrm+9H
RWrm+n+1H
Communication setting
RWrm+AH
RWrm+n+2H
Processing specification
RWrm+BH
RWrm+n+3H
Auto system command wait time setting
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6.3 Control Methods According to Communication Specification
6.3.1 Trigger
With the trigger communication specification, communication is performed with the ID
tag stopped within the antenna communication area.
1. When the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned ON, ID-BUSY
(RXn3, RXnB) is turned ON and communication with the ID tag is started.
2. After communication with the ID tag ends, ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC)
turns ON.
3. When the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned OFF, ID-BUSY
(RXn3, RXnB) and ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC) turns OFF and the
module changes to a standby state.
4. If an ID tag does not exist within the communication area of the antenna the
moment the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned ON, bit 10 of
the error details storage area (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H) turns ON and error detection
(RXn5, RXnD) turns ON.
With the trigger communication specification, communication cannot be performed
normally, bit 12 of the error details storage area (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H) turns ON,
and error detection (RXn5) turns ON when multiple ID tags are within the antenna
communication area. Thus, make sure there is only one ID tag within the antenna
communication area.
ID tag B
ID tag A
Communication area
Antenna
ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC)
ID-BUSY(RXn3, RXnB)
ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC)
Error detection (RXn5, RXnD)
Tag not present error
Result reception (RYn6, RYnE)
ID communication complete (RXn2, RXnA)
Communication with ID tag
(Movement of ID tag A)
(Movement of ID tag B)
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No detection
Within communication area
Outside communication area
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6.3.2 Auto
With the auto communication specification, communication is performed while the ID
tag is being moved.
1. When the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned ON, ID-BUSY
(RXn3, RXnB) is turned ON and ID tag detection is started.
2. When an ID tag enters within the antenna communication area, communication
with the ID tag is started.
3. After communication with the ID tag ends, ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC)
turns ON.
4. When the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned OFF, ID-BUSY
(RXn3, RXnB) and ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC) turns OFF and the
module changes to a standby state.
5. With the auto communication specification, communication cannot be performed
normally, bit 12 of the error details storage area (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H) turns ON,
and error detection (RXn5, RXnD) turns ON when multiple ID tags are within the
antenna communication area at once. Thus, make sure there is only one ID tag
within the antenna communication area.
If the time set in the auto system command wait time setting area (RWwm+3H)
elapses during waiting for the communicable ID tag, bit 10 of the error details
storage area (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H) turns ON and error detection (RXn5) turns
ON.
ID tag B
Communication is started by
the ID tag entering within the
communication area.
ID tag A
Communication area
Antenna
ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC)
ID-BUSY (RXn3, RXnB)
ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC)
Error detection (RXn5, RXnD)
Result reception (RYn6, RYnE)
ID communication complete (RXn2, RXnA)
Communication with ID tag
(Movement of ID tag A)
(Movement of ID tag B)
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Waiting
for ID tag
Communication
Communication
ID tag within communication area
No ID tag
ID tag within communication area
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6.3.3 Repeat auto
With the repeat auto communication specification, communication is performed while
the ID tag is being moved.
Communication is performed with the ID tags that enter the antenna communication area
one after the other, until the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned OFF.
1. When the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned ON, ID-BUSY
(RXn3, RXnB) is turned ON and ID tag detection is started.
2. When an ID tag enters within the antenna communication area, communication
with the ID tag is started.
3. After communication with the ID tag ends, ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC)
turns ON.
4. When result reception (RYn6, RYnE) is turned ON, ID command complete (RXn4,
RXnC) turns OFF and detection of the next ID tag within the antenna
communication area is started.
5. Subsequently, Steps 2 to 4 are repeated.
6. When the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned OFF, ID-BUSY
(RXn3, RXnB) is turned OFF and ID tag detection is ended.
7. With the repeat auto communication specification, communication cannot be
performed normally, bit 12 of the error details storage area (RWrm+1H,
RWrm+5H) turns ON, and error detection (RXn5) turns ON when multiple ID tags
are within the antenna communication area at once. Thus, make sure there is only
one ID tag within the antenna communication area.
If the time set in the auto system command wait time setting area (RWwm+3H)
elapses during waiting for the communicable ID tag, bit 10 of the error details storage
area (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H) turns ON and error detection (RXn5) turns ON.
ID tag C
Communication is started by
the ID tag entering within the
communication area.
ID tag A
ID tag B
Communication area
Antenna
ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC)
ID-BUSY(RXn3, RXnB)
ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC)
Error detection (RXn5, RXnD)
Result reception (RYn6, RYnE)
ID communication complete (RXn2, RXnA)
Communication with ID tag
(Movement of ID tag A)
(Movement of ID tag B)
(Movement of ID tag C)
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Waiting
for ID tag
Waiting
for ID tag
Communication
Waiting
for ID tag
Communication
Communication
Within
communication area
Within
communication area
Within
communication area
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6.3.4 FIFO trigger
With the FIFO trigger communication specification, communication is performed while
the ID tag is stopped within the antenna communication area.
1. When the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned ON, ID-BUSY
(RXn3, RXnB) is turned ON and communication with the ID tag is started.
2. After communication with the ID tag ends, operation of the ID tag is disabled, and
ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC) turns ON.
3. When the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned OFF, ID-BUSY
(RXn3, RXnB) and ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC) turns OFF, and the
module changes to a standby state.
4. When an operable ID tag does not exist within the antenna communication area
the moment the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned ON, bit 10
of the error details storage area (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H) turns ON and error
detection (RXn5, RXnD) turns ON.
5. With the FIFO trigger communication specification, communication is possible if
there is one operable ID tag among the ID tags within the antenna communication
area. When two or more operable ID tags exist, communication cannot be
performed normally, bit 12 of the error details storage area (RWrm+1H,
RWrm+5H) turns ON, and error detection (RXn5, RXnD) turns ON.
When the ID command execution request is
turned ON, communication is performed with an
operable ID tag that exists within the
communication area. When an operable ID tag
is not present, a tag not present error occurs.
The operation of an ID tag that
completed communication is disabled.
When the ID tag moves outside the
communication area, the operation
disabled status is cleared.
ID tag B
ID tag C
ID tag A
Communication area
Antenna
ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC)
ID-BUSY (RXn3, RXnB)
ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC)
Error detection (RXn5, RXnD)
Tag not present error
Result reception (RYn6, RYnE)
ID command complete(RXn2, RXnA)
Communication with ID tag
(Movement of ID tag A)
(Movement of ID tag B)
(Movement of ID tag C)
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Communication
Within
communication area
Communication
No
detection
Operation disabled
Within
communication area
Operation disabled
Within
communication area
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6.3.5 FIFO repeat
With the FIFO repeat communication specification, communication is performed while
the ID tag is being moved.
Communication is performed with the ID tags that enter the antenna communication area
one after the other, until the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned OFF.
1. When the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned ON, ID-BUSY
(RXn3, RXnB) is turned ON and ID tag detection is started.
2. When the ID tag enters within the antenna communication area, communication
with the ID tag is started.
3. After communication with the ID tag ends, operation of the ID tag is disabled, and
ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC) turns ON.
4. When result reception (RYn6, RYnE) is turned ON, ID command complete (RXn4,
RXnC) turns OFF, and detection of the next ID tag that enters the antenna
communication area is started.
5. Subsequently, Steps 2 to 4 are repeated.
6. When the ID command execution request (RYn4, RYnC) is turned OFF, ID-BUSY
(RXn3, RXnB) is turned OFF and ID tag detection is ended.
7. Communication is possible if there is one operable tag among the ID tags within the
antenna communication area. When two or more operable ID tags exist,
communication cannot be performed normally, bit 12 of the error details storage
area (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H) turns ON, and error detection (RXn5, RXnD) turns ON.
If the time set in the auto system command wait time setting area (RWwm+3H,
RWwm+7H) elapses during waiting for the communicable ID tag, bit 10 of the error
details storage area (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H) turns ON and error detection (RXn5,
RXnD) turns ON.
The operation of an ID tag that
completed communication is disabled.
When the ID tag moves outside the
communication area or the ID
command execution request (RYn4,
RYnC) is turned OFF, the operation
disabled status is cleared.
Communication is started by the ID tag
entering within the communication area.
ID tag C
ID tag B
ID tag A
Communication area
Antenna
Command execution request (RYn4, RYnC)
ID-BUSY (RXn3, RXnB)
ID command complete (RXn4, RXnC)
Error detection (RXn5, RXnD)
Result reception (RYn6, RYnE)
ID command complete (RXn2, RXnA)
Communication with ID tag
(Movement of ID tag A)
(Movement of ID tag B)
(Movement of ID tag C)
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Wainging
for ID tag
Wainging
for ID tag
Wainging
for ID tag
Communication
Communication
Within
communication area
Operation disabled
Within
communication area
Communication
Operation disabled
Within
communication area
Operation disabled
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6.4 Sample programs
The following describes ECLEF-V680D2 programming procedures, read/write basic
programs, and program examples.
When utilizing the program examples introduced in this chapter in an actual system, be
sure to fully verify that use will not be problematic in the control of the target system.
For the master module, refer to the user's manual of the master module used.
6.4.1 Precautions for Programming
This section describes precautions to create CC-Link IE Field Network programs.
(1) Cyclic transmission program
For a cyclic transmission program, interlock with the following link special relay
(SB) and link special register (SW).
• Own station data link status (master station) (SB0049)
• Data link status (each station) (SW00B0 to SW00B7)
For details on the link special relay (SB) and link special register (SW), refer to the
user's manual for the master/local module used.
Assuming that the RFID interface unit station number is set to 1, devices used in
program examples are shown below:
Table 6.4.1-1 Device Setting for Cyclic Transmission Program
Description
Own station data link status (SB0049)
Data link status (each station)
station No.1 (SW00B0)
Device
SB0049
SW00B0.0
Exsample Interlock example
Communication program with station No. 1
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(2) Transient transmission program
For a transient transmission program, interlock with the following link special relay (SB)
and link special register (SW).
• Own station baton pass status (master station) (SB0047)
• Baton pass status (each station) (SW00A0 to SW00A7)
For details on the link special relay (SB) and link special register (SW), refer to the
user's manual for the master/local module used.
Assuming that the RFID interface unit station number is set to 1, devices used in
program examples are shown below:
Table 6.4.1-2 Device Setting for Transient Transmission Program
Description
Own station baton pass status (SB0047)
The state of baton pass of the RFID interface unit
(station number 1)
Device
SB0047
SW00A0.0
Exsample Interlock example
Start
Contact
SB47 SW00A0.0
RIRD/RIW instruction for
station number 1
局番1に対するRIRD/RIWT命令
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6.4.2 Programming procedure
Using ECLEF-V680D2, create a program that performs reading and writing with ID
tags following the procedure shown below.
Start
Communication specification
Communication setting
Processing specification
Set up auto system command wait time
Initial settings (*1)
Set the initial data processng complete
flag (RY(n+1)8) to ON (*2)
Set the initial data setting request
flag (RY(n+1)9) to ON (*2)
Execute ID command
END
*1 During QCPU (Q mode) and LCPU use, configuration is possible using the remote
device station initialization procedure registration function.
*2 For the ON/OFF timing of the initial data processing complete flag (RY (n+1) 8) and
initial data setting request flag (RY (n+1) 9) flag, refer to Section 4.5.
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6.4.3 Program example conditions
A program example using GX Works2 is shown below.
(1) System configuration
System configuration in this program example is shown below:
Power module
CPU module
Master module (X0 to X1F/Y0 to Y1F)
I/O
(input: 64 points) (X20 to X5F)
ECLEF-V680D2
Pushbutton switch
(X22)
(X30)
Amplifier
(X40)
Antenna
ID tag
Point
Set the network number to 1.
(2) Assigning link devices
Assign link devices as follows:
CPU module
Master module
ECLEF-V680D2
(Station No. 1)
Device X
X1000~X100F
X1010~X101F
Remote input (RX)
RX00~RX0F
RX10~RX1F
Remote input (RX)
RX00~RX0F
RX10~RX1F
Device Y
Y1000~Y100F
Y1010~Y101F
Remote output (RY)
RY00~RY0F
RY10~RY1F
Remote output (RY)
RY00~RY0F
RY10~RY1F
Remote register (RWw)
Remote register (RWw)
RWw0
RWw1
RWw0
RWw1
Device W
D1000
D1001
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to
to
to
D100F
RWwF
RWwF
Device W
D1100
D1101
Remote register (RWr)
Remote register (RWr)
RWr0
RWr1
RWr0
RWr1
to
to
to
D110F
RWrF
RWrF
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(3) Setting network and refresh parameters
Set network and refresh parameters for CC-Link IE Field Network.
(a) Create a new project.
Create a project on GX Works2.
[Project]⇒[New…]
Set as follows:
Table 6.4.3-1 Creating a New Project
Set item
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Set value
Series
QCPU (Q mode)
Type
Q10UDH
Project type
Simple Project
Language
Ladder
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(b) Setting network parameters
Display the network parameter setting screen.
Project windows⇒[Parameter]
⇒[Network parameter]⇒[Ethernet/CC IE/MELSECNET]
Set network parameters as shown below:
Table 6.4.3-2 Setting Network Parameters
Set item
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Set value
Network Type
CC IE Field (Master station)
Start I/O No.
0000
Network No.
1
Total Stations
1
Mode
Online (Normal mode)
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(c) Registering the RFID interface unit
Display the network configuration window.
Project windows⇒[Parameter]⇒[Network parameter]⇒
⇒[Ethernet/CC IE/MELSECNET]⇒[Network Configuration Settings]
Register the RFID interface unit as shown below:
Table 6.4.3-3 Registering the RFID Interface Unit
Set item
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Set value
Station Number
1
Type
Intelligent Device Station
RX/RY setting
Number of points
32
Initial
0000
RWw/RWr setting
Number of points
16
Initial
0000
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(d) Setting refresh parameters
Display the refresh parameter setting screen.
Project window⇒[Parameter]⇒[Network parameter]
⇒[Ethernet/CC IE/MELSECNET]⇒[Refresh parameters]
Set refresh parameters as shown below:
Table 6.4.3-4 Setting Refresh Parameters
Set item
Link side
PLC side
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Set value
Start
End
SB
Dev. Name
0000
01FF
SW
0000
01FF
RX
0000
007F
RY
0000
007F
RWr
0000
001F
RWw
0000
001F
SB
0000
-
SW
0000
-
RX
1000
-
RY
1000
-
RWr
1100
-
RWw
1000
-
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(4) List of devices used in program examples
Devices used in program examples are shown as follows:
Table 6.4.3-5 Device List
Device
Master module
SB49
SWB0.0
Description
Own station data link status (master station)
Data link status (station No.1)
I/O (64 input points)
X22
Signal input when initial settings are changed
X30
Signal input when reading from ID tag
X40
Signal input when writing to ID tag
RFID interface module
X1002
ID communication complete
X1003
ID-BUSY
X1004
ID command complete
X1005
Error detection
X1018
Initial data processing request flag
X1019
Initial data setting complete flag
X101B
Remote READY
Y1004
ID command execution request
Y1018
Initial data processing complete flag
Y1019
Initial data setting request flag
M30
M40
M100
Internal relay turned ON when ID command is executed (Read)
Internal relay turned ON when ID command is executed (Write)
Master control (MC) contact
D500 to D503
D600 to D603
D700
D1000
D1001
D1002
D1008
D1009
D1010
D1011
D1100
D1101
D1108
D1109
D1110
D1111
Source data written to ID tag
Data read from ID tag
Error details stored value
Communication specification area / Command code specification area
Communication setting area / Start address specification area
Processing specification area / Number of processing points specification area
Auto system command wait time setting area / Write data specification area 1
Write data specification area 2
Write data specification area 3
Write data specification area 4
Module status storage area
Error details storage area
Read data storage area 1
Read data storage area 2
Read data storage area 3
Read data storage area 4
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(5) Program exsample
Verify ECLEF-V680D2 connection status
Check the data link status.
(station No.1)
(RFID interf ace module)
Initial setti ngs
Set the communicat ion specification
(RWw0) to "Auto" (set value = 1)
Set the communicat ion setting
(RWw1) to 0
Set the processing specification
(RWw2)
to "Upper → "Lower" (set value = 0)
Set the aut o syst em command
wait t ime sett ing (RWw3) to 0
Turn the Initial dat a processing
complete flag (RY18) ON
Turn the initial dat a setting request
flag (RY19) ON
*1
Change initial settings
Set the communicat ion specification
(RWw0) to "Auto" (set value = 1)
Set the communicat ion setting
(RWw1) to 0
Set the processing specification
(RWw2)
to "Upper → "Lower" (set value = 0)
Set the aut o syst em command
wait t ime sett ing (RWw3) to 0
Turn the initial dat a setting request
flag (RY19) ON
Initial setti ng complete processing
Turn the Initial dat a processing
complete flag (RY18) OFF
Turn the initial dat a setting request
flag (RY19) OFF
ID tag r ead pr ocessing
Turn the Read I D Tag instruction ON
Set the command code specification
(RWw0) to "Read" (set value = 0)
Set the start address specification
(RWw1) of ID tag f or reading data to
10
Set the number of processing points
specification (RWw2) for reading
data to 8 byt es
Turn the ID command execution
request (RY4) ON
Execute the I D command (Read)
ID tag write processing
Turn the Write to ID Tag instruction
ON
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Set the command code specification
(RWw0) to "Write" (set value = 1)
Set the start address specification
(RWw1) of the ID t ag for writing data
to 40
Set the number of processing points
specification (RWw2) for writing data
to 8 byt es
Write data specif ication
(RWw8 to RWwF)
Turn the ID command execution
request (RY4) ON
Execute the I D command (Write)
ID command complete pr ocessing
St ore t he read data (RWr8 to RWrF)
Add pro ce ssing when Read ends normally h ere.
Add pro ce ssing when Write en ds nor mal ly here.
ID command error processing
St ore error det ails (RWr1)
Add pro ce ssing when an error occurs in the ID command her e.
END processing
Turn the ID command execution
request (RY4) OFF
Turn the Read I D Tag instruction
OFF
Turn the Write to ID Tag instruction
OFF
*1 The program in dashed line section is required only if initial settings are to be
changed.
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Chapter 7 TROUBLESHOOTING
The following describes the details of the errors that may occur when using the RFID
interface module, and the corresponding troubleshooting methods.
For troubleshooting related to the programmable controller CPU, refer to the user's
manual of the CPU module used.
7.1 Verifying Errors Using LED Displays
The following describes how to verify errors using the LED displays of the RFID
interface module.
7.1.1 RFID interface module and CC-Link IE field network
(1) When the "PW" LED turns off
Check Item
Is any LED other than the PW LED turned on?
Description
When any LED other than the PW LED turns on, the possible cause is
a hardware failure.
Please contact our agent or branch office.
Is the external power supply (24VDC) wired?
Wire the external power supply (24VDC).
Is the external power supply (24VDC) turned on?
Turn on the external power supply (24VDC).
Is the voltage of the external power supply
Set the voltage value within the range of performance specifications.
(24VDC) within the specified range?
Does the rated output current of the external
Use current that satisfies the current consumption of the RFID interface
power supply satisfy the current consumption of
module (0.60A).
the RFID interface module?
Is there any fault in the antenna or amplifier?
Turn the external power supply OFF, disconnect the wiring such as the
antenna wiring, and turn ON the power supply once again.
f the error is resolved, it is likely that hardware such as antenna or
amplifier is faulty.
There is no abnormality related to the above A hardware error may have occurred.
check items.
Please contact our agent or branch office.
(2) When the "RUN" LED turns off
Check Item
Description
Check that external power supply voltage is within the range of
Is the voltage of the external power supply performance specifications.
(24VDC) within the specified range?
After checking the above, press the reset switch or turn OFF the unit
power supply and then turn it ON.
Does any hardware error occur?
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If the RUN LED does not turn ON after pressing the reset switch or
turning OFF the external power supply and turning it ON, a hardware
error may have occurred.
Please contact our agent or branch office.
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(3) When the " MODE LED" LED turns off
Check Item
Description
Press the reset switch or turn OFF the external power supply and then
turn it ON.
If the RUN LED does not light up after pressing the reset switch or
turning OFF the external power supply and turning it ON, a hardware
error may have occurred.
Please contact our agent or branch office.
Does any hardware error occur?
(4) When the MODE LED flashes
Check Item
Description
When the RFID interface module is in execution of the unit test, the D
Is the RFID interface module in execution of the LINK LED turns on after the unit test is completed. Take corrective action
unit test?
according to the result of the unit test.
(Refer to section 7.4 Unit Test)
(5) When the D LINK LED turns off
Check Item
Description
Connect the engineering tool to the master station, and then check that
a data link is established in the own station by using CC IE Field
Does the own station in network operate
diagnostics.
normally?
Alternatively, check the status in the data link status of own station
(SB0049) and the status of each station (SW00B0 to SW00B7).
Are 1000BASE-T-compliant
used?
Ethernet
cables
Is the station-to-station distance 100m or less?
7
Replace the cable with a 1000BASE-T-compliant Ethernet cable.
Change the station-to-station distance to 100m or less.
Does the cabling condition (bending radius) meet Refer to the manual for the Ethernet cable used, and correct the
the specifications?
bending radius.
Is any Ethernet cable disconnected?
Replace the Ethernet cable.
Do other stations connected to the RFID interface
Check that the power supplies of the other stations are turned on.
module normally operate?
Does the switching hub in the system normally •Check that a 1000BASE-T-compliant switching hub is used.
operate?
•Check that the power supply of the switching hub is turned on.
Is the station number of the RFID interface If there are 2 or more duplicate stations, change the settings so that all
module duplicated with any of other stations?
station numbers are different.
There is no abnormality related to the above Refer to the Error Code List (CC-Link IE Field Network side).
check items.
(Section 7.3.1)
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(6) When the D LINK LED flashes
Check Item
Description
Does the station number setting of the I/O module
Match the station number of the I/O module with the station number set
match the station number of the RFID interface
in the network configuration settings of the master station or in the CC
module set in the network configuration settings of
IE Field Configuration.
the master station or in the CC IE Field Configuration?
Is the station type an intelligent device station?
In the network configuration settings of the master station, change the
station type of the RFID interface module to the intelligent device
station.
Is the RFID interface module a reserved station?
Change the setting of reserved/error invalid station to other than the
reserved station in the network configuration settings of the master station.
Is stop of the data link checked through CC-Link Check the link status through CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics and
IE Field Network diagnostics?
start the link when the data link is stopped.
Is the station number setting switch set to other
Change the setting within the range from 1 to 120.
than 1 to 120?
There is no abnormality related to the above A hardware error may have occurred.
check items.
Please contact our agent or branch office.
(7) When the ERR. LED flashes or turns on
Check Item
Does any error occur?
Description
Refer to section 7.3.1 Error code list (CC-Link IE Field Network side).
(8) When the L ER LED/L.ERR LED turns on
Check Item
Description
Are 1000BASE-T-compliant Ethernet cables used?
Replace the cable with a 1000BASE-T-compliant Ethernet cable.
Is the station-to-station distance 100m or less?
Change the station-to-station distance to 100m or less.
Does the cabling condition (bending radius) meet Refer to the manual for the Ethernet cable used, and correct the
the specifications?
bending radius.
Is any Ethernet cable disconnected?
Replace the Ethernet cable.
Does the switching hub in the system normally • Check that a 1000BASE-T-compliant switching hub is used.
operate?
• Check that the power supply of the switching hub is turned on.
Do other stations connected to the RFID interface
Check that the power supplies of the other stations are turned on.
module normally operate?
Is the mode of the module on the master station
Change the mode of the module to Online.
set to other than Online?
Is there any noise affecting the system?
Check the status of wiring.
Is the loopback function enabled for the master When the loopback function is enabled, check that the ring topology is
station?
correctly configured for the PORT where the L ER LED is on.
(9) When the LINK LED turns off
Check Item
Are Ethernet cables normal?
Description
• Check that 1000BASE-T-compliant Ethernet cables are used.
• Check that the station-to-station distance is 100m or less.
• Check that the Ethernet cables are not disconnected.
Does the switching hub in the system normally • Check that a 1000BASE-T-compliant switching hub is used.
operate?
• Check that the power supply of the switching hub is turned on.
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7.1.2 RFID I/F
When the ERR.LED of the RFID I/F turns on, take action by following the steps below:
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7.2 Checking the System when Reading and Writing Cannot Be Performed
with Remote I/O Signals and Remote Registers
For details, refer to the troubleshooting section of the user's manual of the master
module used.
7.3 Error Details List
7.3.1 Error code list (CC-Link IE Field Network side)
(1) Error code list (0000H to 0FFFH, D529H to D52CH)
The errors are classified into the following three types.
Table 7.3.1-1 Error code list (0000H to 0FFFH, D529H to D52CH)
Classification
Description
Major error
An error that cannot be recovered. The ERR. LED turns on.
Moderate error An error where the module cannot continue to operate. The ERR. LED turns on.
Minor error
An error where the module can continue to operate. The ERR. LED flashes.
If an error occurs, check that the D LINK LED is on. Then take corrective actions
as listed below.
Table 7.3.1-2 Error code list
Error
Code
Classification
Error name
Action
An error that occurs in the RFID interface module
0001
0002
0003
0004
0007
Major error
Data write error
0104
*1
0107
*1
Take anti-noise measures and reset the master station and the RFID
interface module.
If the same error is displayed again, a hardware error of the RFID interface
module may have occurred.
Please contact our agent or branch office.
Check date information in the master station.
The possible cause is the influence of noise or a hardware error.
If the same error occurs again even after taking anti-noise measures,
please contact our agent or branch office.
The station number
Set a station number within the settable range and reset the RFID
switch is out of range. interface module.
Antenna connection
When an amplifier built-in type antenna is used, connect the antenna to
error
the CH1 with no antenna connected to the CH2.
• Reset the RFID interface module.
Data read error
•Take anti-noise measure by using shielded wires or the like for connection.
If the same error is displayed again, a hardware error of the RFID interface
Data read error
module may have occurred. Please contact our agent or branch office.
(error history)
Data read error
(MAC address)
Station number switch Reset the switch to the station number set when the external power supply
change error
is ON.
Momentary power
Check the power supply to the RFID interface module.
failure occurred.
Date data is out of
range.
Moderate
error
0120
0101
*2
0140
*2
0141
The RFID interface
module is down.
Minor error
0213
0214
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Error
Code
Classifi
cation
D529
D52B
Major
error
Error name
Action
Errors that occur in the CC-Link IE Field Network
• A malfunction may have occurred due to noise or others. Check the cable
distance or grounding condition of each device. Then take measures against
noise.
Communication error
• Perform a unit test of the RFID interface module.
If the same error is displayed again, a hardware error of the RFID interface
module may have occurred. Please contact our agent or branch office.
*1 The error will not be cleared by the error clear request flag (RY(n+1)A).
*2 The warning code (RWrm+3H) becomes 0000H with error clear request flag (RY(n+1)A
and the warning status flag (RX(n+1)7) will be turned OFF
(2) Error code list (D000H to DFFFH (D529H to D52CH excluded))
When an error occurs, the ERR. LED does not turn on. The D LINK LED flashes or
turns off.
Troubleshoot the problem with the CC-Link IE Field Network diagnostics.
Table 7.3.1-3 Error code list (D000H to DFFFH (D529H to D52CH excluded))
Error
code
D0E0
D0E1
D0E2
D0E3
D2AE
D2C0
Error name
Action
Errors that occur in the CC-Link IE Field Network
In the network configuration settings of the master station (submaster station),
Station type mismatch
change the station type to the Intelligent device station.
• In the network configuration settings of the master station (submaster station),
cancel the reserved station setting.
Own station reserved
• Change the station number of the RFID interface module to a station number
that is not reserved.
• Set a unique station number.
Station No. already in use
• After taking the above action, turn off and on or reset all the stations where
(own station)
this error has been detected.
Add the station information of the RFID interface module in the network
Own station No. out of range
configuration settings of the master station (submaster station).
Transient reception error
Invalid transient data settings at the request source. Review the settings.
Transient reception error
Transient data was not received correctly. Retry the operation.
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7.3.2 Error code list (RFID side)
When an error occurs, the RFID interface module turns ON the bit corresponding to
the error details of the error details storage area (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H) during initial
data setting or in the RUN mode.
In TEST mode, the value corresponding to the error details is stored in the processing
result storage area (RWrm+3H, RWrm+7H).
The bit of the error details storage area (RWrm+1H, RWrm+5H) is cleared as follows.
In RUN mode, the bit is cleared by turning OFF the ID command execution request
(RYn4, RYnC) or turning ON/OFF the result reception (RYn6, RYnE). During initial
data setting, the bit is cleared by turning the initial data setting request flag (RY(n+m)9)
OFF.
Table 7.3.2-1 Error Details List (During Initial Data Setting and RUN Mode)
Bit
*1
Name
0
ID command
error
1
2
3
Not used
Not used
Not used
4
Status flag
(ERR_76)
5
6
7
8
9
Description
Action
This bit is set if there is an error in
the specified initial data setting or
(1) Specify the ID command correctly.
specified ID command.
(2) Specify the initial data setting correctly.
This bit is set if the number of
(3) Set the number of processing points in read/write to an even
processing points in read/write is
number of bytes during ASCII/HEX conversion.
set to an odd number of bytes
during ASCII/HEX conversion.
(1) Make sure that there is one ID tag within the antenna
communication area.
(2) Measure the surrounding noise of the antenna. If excessive
noise is occurring, remove the noise source. (Refer to Section
5.1.3 (3) "Noise level measurement".)
Turns ON under in the following
(3) Slow down the movement speed of the ID tag.
cases:
• When an error occurs as a result (4) Check the distance between the antenna and ID tag and secure
the communication distance.
of data writing after reading during
(5) If you are using two or more antennas, increase the distance
the Copy command
between the antennas.
*2
(6) Check the types of the antenna and the amplifier connected to the
module, and the ID tag to find out whether they are supported.
(7) If the error occurs even though the antenna, amplifier and ID tag
are applicable, failure most likely occurred. Replace the part.
-
Not used
Not used
ID system error
ID system error
3 (ERR_7F)
ID system error
ID system error
2 (ERR_7E)
ID system error
ID system error
1 (ERR_79)
7-7
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Bit
10
11
12
Name*1
Description
Tag not present This bit is set if a communicable ID
tag is not present within the
error
antenna communication area. *3
(ERR_72)
Protect error
(ERR_7D)
This bit is set if data is written to an
area that is write protected. *3
Tag
communication This bit is set if communication with
an ID tag does not end normally. *3
error
(ERR_70)
13
Address error
(ERR_7A)
14
Verify error
ASCII/HEX
conversion
error
(ERR_71)
15
Antenna error
(ERR_7C)
Action
(1) Check the distance between the antenna and ID tag and secure
the communication distance.
(2) Decrease the axis deflection between the antenna and ID tag.
(3) Measure the surrounding noise of the antenna. If excessive
noise is occurring, remove the noise source. (Refer to Section
5.1.3 (3) "Noise level measurement".)
(4) Check if the antenna is connected correctly.
(5) Check the types of the antenna and the amplifier connected to the
module, and the ID tag to find out whether they are supported.
(6) If the error occurs even though the antenna, amplifier and ID tag
are applicable, failure most likely occurred. Replace the part.
(1) Properly set the start address specification and number of
processing points specification written to the ID tag.
(2) Properly set the start address and end address of the write
protect setting area.
(3) Set the write protect enable/disable setting to disable, thereby
cancelling write protect.
(1) Make sure that there is one ID tag within the antenna
communication area.
(2) Measure the surrounding noise of the antenna. If excessive
noise is occurring, remove the noise source. (Refer to Section
5.1.3 (3) "Noise level measurement".)
(3) Slow down the movement speed of the ID tag.
(4) Check the distance between the antenna and ID tag and secure
the communication distance.
(5) If you are using two or more antennas, increase the distance
between the antennas.
(6) Check the types of the antenna and the amplifier connected to the
module, and the ID tag to find out whether they are supported.
(7) If the error occurs even though the antenna, amplifier and ID tag
are applicable, failure most likely occurred. Replace the part.
This bit is set if an attempt is made
Properly set the start address specification and number of
to read or write beyond the ID tag
processing points specification of ID tag memory.
address specifiable range.
(1) Slow down the movement speed of the ID tag.
This bit is set if data cannot be
(2) Measure the surrounding noise of the antenna. If excessive
written normally to the ID tag.
noise is occurring, remove the noise source. (Refer to Section
This bit is set if data that cannot be
5.1.3 (3) "Noise level measurement".)
converted is included in the tag
(3) Make sure that data other than "0" to "9" and "A" to "F" is not
when reading is performed and the
included in the ID tag when reading is performed and the
ASCII/HEX conversion setting is set
ASCII/HEX conversion setting is set to "With ASCII/HEX
*3
to "With ASCII /HEX conversion".
conversion".
(1) Check if the amplifier/antenna is properly connected to the module.
(2) Check the antenna/amplifier connected to the module, and
This bit is set if an antenna or
whether or not the type is applicable.
amplifier is not connected or failed.
(3) If the error occurs even though the antenna /amplifier is
applicable, failure most likely occurred. Replace the part.
*1 "(ERR_**) next to the name is the error code of the OMRON RFID system.
*2 When a Copy command error occurs causing an error on the copy destination side, the bit
on the copy source side also turns ON.
*3 If an error occurs in writing after reading data during a Copy command, the status flag (bit 4)
also turns ON.
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Table 7.3.2-2 Processing Result Storage Area (in TEST Mode)
Value
Name
Description
E070H
Tag communication
Error
This value is set if communication
with an ID tag does not end
normally.
E072H
Tag not present error
This value is set if a communicable
ID tag is not present within the
antenna communication area.
E079H
ID system error 1
E07AH
Address error
E07CH
Antenna error
7-9
ID system error
This value is set if reading and
writing is executed beyond the ID
tag configurable address range.
This value is set if the antenna is
not connected or failed.
Action
(1) Make sure that there is one ID tag within the
antenna communication area.
(2) Measure the surrounding noise of the antenna.
If excessive noise is occurring, remove the
noise source. (Refer to Section 5.1.3 (3)
"Noise level measurement".)
(3) Slow down the movement speed of the ID tag.
(4) Check the distance between the antenna and ID
tag and secure the communication distance.
(5) If you are using two or more antennas, increase
the distance between the antennas.
(6) Check the types of the antenna and the
amplifier connected to the module, and the ID
tag to find out whether they are supported.
(7) If the error occurs even though the antenna,
amplifier and ID tag are applicable, failure
most likely occurred. Replace the part.
(1) Check the distance between the antenna and ID
tag and secure the communication distance.
(2) Decrease the axis deflection between the
antenna and ID tag.
(3) Measure the surrounding noise of the antenna.
If excessive noise is occurring, remove the
noise source. (Refer to Section 5.1.3 (3)
"Noise level measurement".)
(4) Check if the antenna is connected properly.
(5) Check the types of the antenna and the
amplifier connected to the module, and the ID
tag to find out whether they are supported.
(6) If the error occurs even though the antenna,
amplifier and ID tag are applicable, failure
most likely occurred. Replace the part.
Please contact our agent or branch office.
Properly set the start address specification and
number of processing points specification of ID tag
memory.
(1) Check if the amplifier/antenna is properly
connected to the module.
(2) Check the antenna/amplifier connected to the
module, and whether or not the type is
applicable.
(3) If the error occurs even though the antenna
/amplifier is applicable, failure most likely
occurred. Replace the part.
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7.4 Unit Test
Run a unit test to check if there is any abnormality in the RFID interface module.
1. Power off the RFID interface module.
2. Connect the PORT1 and PORT2 connectors of the RFID
interface module with an Ethernet cable.
3. Set the station number setting switch as follows.
・X10: TEST
・X 1: 0
4. Check the following items before turning on the power
・Checking the supply voltage
5. Power on the RFID interface module.
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6. The unit test on the CC-Link IE Field Network will start.
The MODE LED flashes while the unit test is being executed.
Off
Flashing
On
7. The MODE LED turns off and D LINK LED turns on when the unit test is completed.
・If the test is completed normally, the ERR. LED (CC-Link IE Field) does not turn
on, but remains off.
・If the test fails, the ERR. LED turns on. If the test fails, replace the Ethernet cable
and run the test again. If the test fails again, it may be due to a hardware failure in
the RFID interface module.
Please contact our agent or branch office.
When Completed
7 - 11
When failed
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APPENDICES
APPENDIX 1 COMMUNICATION TIME (REFERENCE)
The following describes the communication time between the RFID interface module
and ID tag, according to ID tag type.
For suitable ID tag and antenna combinations, refer to the OMRON RFID system V680
series manual.
(1) EEPROM type (1kbyte):
V680-HS□□/V680-D1KP□□
Communication
Standard mode
High-speed mode
Communication Time (ms)
Command
Speed Setting
N: Number of Processed Bytes
Read
T=1.3×N+31
Write (with verify)
T=2.2×N+58
Write (without verify)
T=1.9×N+56
Read
T=1.0×N+29
Write (with verify)
T=1.8×N+51
Write (without verify)
T=1.5×N+47
App
400
350
300
Write (with verify)
250
Write
(without verify)
200
150
ms 100
Read
50
0
App - 1
Communication Speed
(High-speed Mode)
Communication Time
Communication Time
Communication Speed
(Standard Mode)
400
350
300
250
Write (with verify)
Write
(without verify)
200
150
ms 100
Read
50
20
40
60 80 100 120 140
Number of Bytes (bytes)
0
20
40
60 80 100 120 140
Number of Bytes (bytes)
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(2) FRAM type (2kbyte):
V680-HS□□/V680-D2KF□□/V680S-D2KF□□
Communication
Speed Setting
Standard mode
High-speed mode *1
Communication Time (ms)
Command
N: Number of Processed Bytes
Read
T=1.2×N+30
Write (with verify)
T=2.6×N+49
Write (without verify)
T=1.3×N+49
Read
T=0.9×N+27
Write (with verify)
T=1.9×N+49
Write (without verify)
T=0.9×N+49
*1. When FIFO trigger or FIFO repeat is specified in the communication
specification area, the communication time becomes the standard mode
communication time, even if the ID tag communication speed setting is
high-speed mode.
400
350
300
Write (with verify)
250
Write
(without verify)
200
150
ms 100
Read
50
0
Communication Speed
(High-speed Mode)
Communication Time
Communication Time
Communication Speed
(Standard Mode)
400
350
300
250
Write (with verify)
Write
(without verify)
200
150
ms 100
Read
50
20
40
60 80 100 120 140
Number of Bytes (bytes)
0
20
40
60 80 100 120 140
Number of Bytes (bytes)
App
App - 2
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(3) FRAM type (8kbytes/32kbytes):
V680-HS□□/ V680-D8KF□□/V680-D32KF□□
Communication
Speed Setting
Standard mode
High-speed mode *1
Communication Time (ms)
Command
N: Number of Processed Bytes
Read
T=1.3×N+30
Write (with verify)
T=1.6×N+59
Write (without verify)
T=1.3×N+59
Read
T=0.8×N+25
Write (with verify)
T=1.1×N+41
Write (without verify)
T=0.9×N+40
*1. When FIFO trigger or FIFO repeat is specified in the communication
specification area, the communication time becomes the standard mode
communication time, even if the ID tag communication speed setting is
high-speed mode.
Communication Speed
(High-speed Mode)
400
350
300
250
Write
(without verify)
Write (with verify)
200
150
ms 100
Read
50
0
App - 3
Communication Time
Communication Time
Communication Speed
(Standard Mode)
400
350
300
250
Write (with verify)
200
150
ms 100
Write
(without verify)
Read
50
20
40
60 80 100 120 140
Number of Bytes (bytes)
0
20
40
60 80 100 120 140
Number of Bytes (bytes)
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(4) FRAM type (8kbytes )
V680S-D8KF□□
Communication
Speed Setting
Standard mode
High-speed mode *1
Communication Time (ms)
Command
N: Number of Processed Bytes
Read
T=0.6×N+ 47
Write (with verify)
T=1.2×N+128
Write (without verify)
T=0.6×N+101
Read
T=0.6×N+ 47
Write (with verify)
T=1.2×N+128
Write (without verify)
T=0.6×N+101
*1. When the V680S-D8KF□□ ID tag is used, the communication time does not
differ from the standard mode time, even if high-speed mode is selected.
400
350
300
250
Write (with verify)
Write
(without verify)
200
150
ms 100
During read
50
0
App - 4
20
40
60
80 100 120 140
No. of Bytes (bytes)
Communication Speed
(High-speed Mode)
Communication Time
Communication Time
Communication Speed
(Standard Mode)
400
350
300
250
Write (with verify)
Write
(without verify)
200
150
ms 100
During read
50
0
20
40
60
80 100 120 140
No. of Bytes (bytes)
App - 4
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APPENDIX 2 PROCESSING TIME (REFERENCE)
The processing time is the time from the moment the ID command execution request
(RYn4) is turned ON to the moment ID command complete (RXn4) turns ON.
Processing time
ID command execution
request (Y signal)
RFID interface unit
instruction execution
ID command
complete (X signal)
Transmission delay time 1
Communication time
Transmission delay time 2
When the RFID interface unit is used, the processing time becomes as follows
CPU
CC-Link IE Field
Network
Master/Local module
RFID interface module
4)
Device
2)
Link
Device
3)
Link
Device
Internal
内部
memory
メモリ
5)
1)
Seaquence
scan
Master
station
Link
scan
Amplifier
Antenna
ID tag
Slave
station
[Formula]
1) + 2) + 3) + 4) = Transmission delay time
Transmission delay time 1 + 5) + Transmission delay time 2 = Processing time
[Description]
1) Sequence scan
→ Refer to the user's manual of the CPU unit used.
2) CC-Link IE Field Network link refresh time
→Refer to APPENDIX 2.1(1).
3) CCC-Link IE Field Network link scan time
→Refer to APPENDIX 2.1(2).
4) RFID interface unit internal processing time
→Refer to APPENDIX 2.3.
5) Communication time between the RFID interface unit and the amplifier/antenna
→Refer to APPENDIX 1.
→Transmission delay time 1: Refer to APPENDIX 2.2 (b).
→Transmission delay time 2: Refer to APPENDIX 2.2 (a).
App - 5
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APPENDIX 2.1 CC-Link IE Field Network Processing Time
APPENDIX 2.1.1 CC-Link IE Field Network link refresh time
The formula for calculating CC-Link IE Field Network link refresh time is shown below:
(1) Q Series CPU (universal model)
(a) Formula
αT, αR = KM1+KM2×{(RX+RY+SB)/16+RWr+RWw+SW}+αE+αL [ms]
αE = KM3×{(RX+RY)/16+RWr+RWw} [ms]
αT : CC-Link IE Field Network sender link refresh time
αR : CC-Link IE Field Network receiver link refresh time
RX : The total number of points of RX subjected to CC-Link IE Field Network
link refresh*1
RY : The total number of points of RY subjected to CC-Link IE Field Network
link refresh *1
RWr : The total number of points of RWr subjected to CC-Link IE Field
Network link refresh *1
RWw: The totall number of points of RWw subjected to CC-Link IE Field
Network link refresh *1
SB : The number of points of SB on CC-Link IE Field Network
SW : The number of points of SW on CC-Link IE Field Network
αE : File register on a memory card (R, ZR), extended data register (D),
extended link register (W) transfer time *2
αL : Transfer time between links *2
KM1, KM2, KM3: Constants
*1 The range set by the CC-Link Field Network refresh parameter and the
total number of points of link devices set in the network configuaration
settings. The number of points assigned to reserved stations is excluded
*2 When not used, value is "0".
Table APPENDIX 2.1.1-1 Constant when Master Local Unit is Installed on Basis Based Unit
CPU type
Universal model
QCPU
Q00UJ/Q00U/Q01U/Q02UCPU
KM1
KM2 (×10-3)
KM3 (×10-3)
0.16
0.41
0.39
Q03UD/Q03UDECPU
0.09
0.41
0.39
Other than the above
0.09
0.41
0.33
Table APPENDIX 2.1.1-2 Constant when Master Local Unit is Installed on Extension Based Unit
KM1
KM2 (×10-3)
KM3 (×10-3)
Q00UJ/Q00U/Q01U/Q02UCPU
0.16
1.06
0.39
Q03UD/Q03UDECPU
0.09
0.97
0.39
Other than the above
0.09
0.97
0.33
CPU type
Universal model
QCPU
App - 6
App - 6
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(b) Transfer time between links
The universal model QCPU carries out transfer between links by dividing it.
The formula for calculating transfer time between links is shown below:
・Transfer time between links needed for one END
αL = {(RX+RY)/16+RWr+RWw} *1 ×KM4×KM5+(KM6×n1) [ms]
*1 The number of the words that can be transferred (N) in one END is
limited as follows:
N = Sequence scan time when the parameter for transfer between links is
not set (μs)×0.05
・Transfer time between links needed for transferring all the set points
αL1 = KM7×{(RX+RY)/16+RWr+RWw} [ms]
αL : Transfer time between links needed for one END
αL1 : Transfer time between links
RX : The total number of points of source RX set by the parameter
transfer between links of CC-Link IE Field Network
RY : The total number of points of source RY set by the parameter
transfer between links of CC-Link IE Field Network
RWr : The total number of points of source RWr set by the parameter
transfer between links of CC-Link IE Field Network
RWw : The total number of points of source RWw set by the parameter
transfer between links of CC-Link IE Field Network
n1 : The number of rows set by the parameter for transfer between links
KM4, KM5, KM6, KM7: Constants
for
for
for
for
Table APPENDIX 2.1-3 Constant KM4 by CPU Type
KM4 (×10-3)
Network unit installation position
CPU type
Q00UJ/Q00U/
Source
(Basic based)
→Target
(Basic based)
Source
(Basic based)
→Target
(Extension
based)
Source
(Extension
based)
→Target
(Basic based)
Source
(Extension
based)
→Target
(Extension
based)
0.76
1.27
1.37
1.79
Universal
Q01U/Q02UCPU
model QCPU
Q03UD/Q03UDECPU
0.73
1.27
1.37
1.77
Other than the above
0.73
1.25
1.35
1.78
Table APPENDIX 2.1-4 Constants KM5, KM6 by CPU Type
CPU type
Q00UJ/Q00U/
KM5 (×10-3)
KM6 (×10-3)
120
11
Universal
Q01U/Q02UCPU
model QCPU
Q03UD/Q03UDECPU
34
4
Other than the above
25
4
App - 7
App - 7
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Table APPENDIX 2.1-5 Constant KM7 by CPU type
KM7 (×10-3)
Network unit installation position
CPU type
Q00UJ/Q00U/
Source
(Basic based)
→Target
(Basic based)
Source
(Basic based)
→Target
(Extension
based)
Source
(Extension
based)
→Target
(Basic based)
Source
(Extension
based)
→Target
(Extension
based)
25.00
25.20
25.20
25.50
Universal
Q01U/Q02UCPU
model QCPU
Q03UD/Q03UDECPU
22.10
22.50
22.70
23.10
Other than the above
22.10
22.50
22.70
23.00
(2) L Series CPU
(a) Formula
αT, αR = KM1+KM2×{(RX+RY+SB)/16+RWr+RWw+SW}+αE [ms]
αE = KM3×{(RX+RY)/16+RWr+RWw} [ms]
αT : CC-Link IE Field Network sender link refresh time
αR : CC-Link IE Field Network receiver link refresh time
RX : The total number of points of RX subjected to CC-Link IE Field Network
link refresh*1
RY : The total number of points of RY subjected to CC-Link IE Field Network
link refresh *1
RWr : The total number of points of RWr subjected to CC-Link IE Field
Network link refresh *1
RWw: The totall number of points of RWw subjected to CC-Link IE Field
Network link refresh *1
SB : The number of points of SB on CC-Link IE Field Network
SW : The number of points of SW on CC-Link IE Field Network
αE : Transfer time of the file register (R, ZR), extended data register (D), and
extended link register (W) data on the standard RAM *2
KM1, KM2, KM3: Constants
*1 The range set by the CC-Link Field Network refresh parameter and the
total number of points of link devices set in the network configuaration
settings. The number of points assigned to reserved stations is excluded
*2 When not used, value is "0".
Table APPENDIX 2.1.1-6 Constant when Master Local Unit is Installed on Basis Based Unit
CPU type
L26CPU-BT, L26CPU-BT,
LCPU
KM1
KM2 (×10-3)
KM3 (×10-3)
0.09
0.41
0.33
0.09
0.41
0.39
L26CPU-PBT
L02CPU, L02CPU-P,
L02CPU-PBT
App - 8
App - 8
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Table APPENDIX 2.1.1-7 Constant when Master Local Unit is Installed on Extension Based Unit
CPU type
L26CPU-BT, L26CPU-BT,
KM1
KM2 (×10-3)
KM3 (×10-3)
0.09
0.97
0.33
0.09
0.97
0.39
L26CPU-PBT
LCPU
L02CPU, L02CPU-P,
L02CPU-PBT
(3) iQ-R Series CPU
(a) Formula
αT, αR = KM1+KM2×{(RX+RY+SB)/16+RWr+RWw+SW}+αU [ms]
αE = KM3×(SBU/16+SWU) [ms]
αT : CC-Link IE Field Network sender link refresh time
αR : CC-Link IE Field Network receiver link refresh time
RX : The total number of points of RX subjected to CC-Link IE Field
link refresh*1
RY : The total number of points of RY subjected to CC-Link IE Field
link refresh *1
RWr : The total number of points of RWr subjected to CC-Link
Network link refresh *1
RWw: The totall number of points of RWw subjected to CC-Link
Network link refresh *1
SB : The number of points of SB on CC-Link IE Field Network *2
SW : The number of points of SW on CC-Link IE Field Network *2
SBU : The number of points of SB on CC-Link IE Field Network *3
SWU: The number of points of SW on CC-Link IE Field Network *3
αU : Unit label (SB/SW) refresh time
KM1, KM2, KM3: Constants
Network
Network
IE Field
IE Field
*1 The range set by the CC-Link Field Network refresh parameter and the
total number of points of link devices set in the network configuaration
settings. The number of points assigned to reserved stations is excluded
*2 Shows the number of points when module label is not used. Calculation
is executed while it is regarded as "0" when module label is used.
*3 Shows the number of points when module label is used. Calculation is
executed while it is regarded as "0" when module label is not used.
Table APPENDIX 2.1.1-8 Constant when Master Local Unit is Installed on Basis Based Unit
CPU type
iQ-R series
RCPU
KM1
KM2 (×10-3)
KM3 (×10-3)
0.027
0.01
0.03
Table APPENDIX 2.1.1-9 Constant when Master Local Unit is Installed on Extension Based Unit
CPU type
iQ-R series
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RCPU
KM1
KM2 (×10-3)
KM3 (×10-3)
0.027
0.12
0.15
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(b) Transfer time between links
The universal model QCPU carries out transfer between links by dividing it.
The formula for calculating transfer time between links is shown below:
・Transfer time between links needed for transferring all the set points
αDL = KM4×{(RX+RY)/16+RWr+RWw} [ms]
αDL : Transfer time between links
RX : The total number of points of source RX/LB set by the parameter for
transfer between links of CC-Link IE Field Network
RY : The total number of points of source LB/RY set by the parameter for
transfer between links of CC-Link IE Field Network
RWr : The total number of points of source RWr/LW set by the parameter for
transfer between links of CC-Link IE Field Network
RWw : The total number of points of source LW/RWw set by the parameter for
transfer between links of CC-Link IE Field Network
n1 : The number of rows set by the parameter for transfer between links
KM4, KM5, KM6, KM7: Constants
Table APPENDIX 2.1.1-10 Constant KM4 by CPU Type
-3
KM4 (×10 )
Network unit installation position
CPU type
iQ-R series
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RCPU
Source
(Basic based)
→Target
(Basic based)
Source
(Basic based)
→Target
(Extension
based)
Source
(Extension
based)
→Target
(Basic based)
Source
(Extension
based)
→Target
(Extension
based)
0.470
0.478
0.483
0.489
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APPENDIX 2.1.2 CC-Link IE Field Network link scan time
The formula for calculating CC-Link IE Field Network link scan time is shown below.
(When link scan mode is asynchronous)
(1) Q Series CPU (universal model)
LSf = {Np+(Ns×Ka)+Kb+Kc+Kd}/1000+Ni×0.02 [ms]
Table APPENDIX 2.1.2-1 CC-Link IE Field Network Link Scan Time Items
Item
Np
Cyclic transmission mode
Standard mode
High speed mode
{(Number of points of RX +Number of points of RY) /
8 + (Number of points of RWr + Number of points of RWw) × 2 } × 0.08
Ns
Number of slave stations connected
Conditions
Value
When “Turn OFF input data
(RX/RY) or clear to 0” is set
Ka
in the network configuration
25.8
18.5
setting
When "Retain input data
(RX/RY)” is set in the network
9.75
configuration setting.
Kb
Kc
((Maximum transient
processing time)
655
168
160+60 × Total number of slave stations set
by the parameter
80
Kd
(Maximum processing
time of data link when
9000 +Total number of ports used by the switching hub × 3000
operation is
stopped/recovered)
Ni
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Number of interrupt settings
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(2) L Series CPU
LS = {Np+(Ns×Ka)+Kb+Kc+Kd}/1000+Ni×0.02+St [ms]
Table APPENDIX 2.1.2-2 CC-Link IE Field Network Link Scan Time Items
Item
Cyclic transmission mode
Standard mode
High speed mode
{α / 4 + β × 4 } × 0.08
Np
α: Total number of points of "RX/RY Setting" in "Network Configuration Settings"
β: Total number of points of "RWw/RWr Setting" in "Network Configuration Settings"
Ns
Number of slave stations connected
Conditions
Value
When “Turn OFF input data
(RX/RY) or clear to 0” is set
Ka
in the network configuration
25.8
18.5
setting
When "Retain input data
(RX/RY)” is set in the network
9.75
configuration setting.
Kb
Kc
((Maximum transient
processing time)
655
168
160+60 × Total number of slave stations set
by the parameter
80
Kd
(Maximum processing
time of data link when
9000 +Total number of ports used by the switching hub × 3000
operation is
stopped/recovered)
Ni
Number of interrupt settings
St
(Processing time
{( α / 4 + β × 4 ) × 0.08 + 50 } / 1000
between a master
station
and a submaster
station
when the submaster
α: Total number of points of "RX/RY Setting" set for the master station (station number 0) in
"Network Configuration Settings"
β: Total number of points of "RWw/RWr Setting" set for the master station (station number 0)
in "Network Configuration Settings"
function is used)
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(3) iQ-R Series CPU
LS = {Np+(Ns×Ka)+Kb+Kc+Kd+Ke}/1000+Ni×0.02+St [ms]
Table APPENDIX 2.1.2-3 CC-Link IE Field Network Link Scan Time Items
Item
Np
Cyclic transmission mode
Standard mode
High speed mode
((Total number of points of "RX/RY Setting" set in "Network Configuration
Settings" of "Basic Settings")/4 + (Total number of points of "RWw/RWr
Setting" set in "Network Configuration Settings" of "Basic Settings")×4)×0.08
Ns
Number of slave stations connected
Conditions
Value
When “Turn OFF input data
(RX/RY) or clear to 0” is set
Ka
18.5
in the network configuration
25.8
setting
When "Retain input data
(RX/RY)” is set in the network
9.75
configuration setting.
Kb
Kc
((Maximum transient
processing time)
Kd
655
160+60 × Total number of slave stations set
operation is
■When the firmware version of the master station is "05" or later
Number of disconnected stations×3500
■When the firmware version of the master station is "04" or earlier
9000 + Number of ports used in the switching hub×3000
stopped/recovered)
Ke
(Processing time factor
of each module)
(9000 when the switching hub is not used)
The sum of the processing time factor
The sum of the processing time factor
(following values) of all safety stations in the
(following values) of all safety stations in the
network. 0 when the safety communication
network. 0 when the safety communication
function is not used
function is not used
•RJ71GF11-T2 (master station):
•RJ71GF11-T2 (master station):
(1.6×Sa) + (5.4×Sb) +32
(0.8×Sa) + (4.1×Sb) +23
•RJ71GF11-T2 (local station):
•RJ71GF11-T2 (local station):
(0.9×Sc) + 9
(1.7×Sc) + 18
• Safety station other than the above: 0
•Safety station other than the above: 0
Sa: Number of safety communication
Sa: Number of safety communication
settings with local stations
settings with local stations
Sb: Number of safety communication
settings with remote device stations
Sc: Number of safety communication
Ni
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80
by the parameter
(Maximum processing
time of data link when
336
Sb: Number of safety communication
settings with remote device stations
Sc: Number of safety communication settings
settings with the master station
with the master station and other local
and other local stations
stations
Number of interrupt settings
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Item
St
(Processing time
between a master
station and a
submaster station
when the submaster
function is used)
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Cyclic transmission mode
Standard mode
High speed mode
This value is added only when the submaster function is used. 0 when the
submaster function is not used
(((Total number of points of "RX/RY Setting" set for the master station (station number 0) in
"Network Configuration Settings" of "Basic Settings")/4 + (Total number of points of
"RWw/RWr Setting" set for the master station (station number 0) in "Network Configuration
Settings" of "Basic Settings")×4) ×0.08 + 50)/1000
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APPENDIX 2.2 Transmission Delay Time
The formula for calculating transmission delay time between the CPU unit of the
CC-Link IE Field Network master station and the RFID interface unit is shown below:
(1) CC-Link IE Field Network master station (RX/RWr) ← RFID interface unit
・Indicates the time from when the RFID interface unit outputs RX to when the device
of the CPPU unit of the CC-Link IE Field Network master station turns ON or OFF.
・Indicates the time from when the RFID interface unit outputs RWr to when data is
set to the device of the CPU unit of the CC-Link IE Field Network master station.
Table APPENDIX 2.2-1 Guaranteed Blocks in Station of CC-Link IE Field Network
Calculate value
Asynchronous mode (ms)
Synchronous mode (ms)
Normal value
(SM×1)+(LSf×n1)+Rd
(SM×1)+(LSf×1)+Rd
Maximum value
(SM×1)+{LSf×(n1+1)}+Rd
(SM×1)+(LSf×2)+Rd
Table APPENDIX 2.2-2 Non-guarantee Blocks in Station of CC-Link IE Field Network
Calculate value
Asynchronous mode (ms)
Synchronous mode (ms)
Normal value
(SM×1)+(LSf×1)+Rd
(SM×1)+(LSf×1)+Rd
Maximum value
(SM×1)+(LSf×2)+Rd
(SM×1)+(LSf×2)+Rd
SM :CC-Link IE Field Network master station sequence scan time (including
receiver link refresh time)
LSf : CC-Link IE Field Network link scan time
n1 : Value obtained by rounding up a decimal point of (SM ÷ LSf)
Rd : RFID interface unit internal processing time (refer to APPENDIX 2.3.)
(2) CC-Link IE Field Network master station (RY/RWw) → RFID interface unit
・Indicates the time from when the device of the CPU unit of the CC-Link IE Field
Network master station turns ON or OFF to when the RFID interface unit inputs RY.
・Indicates the time from when data is set to the device of the CPU unit of the CC-Link
IE Field Network master station to when the RFID interface unit inputs RWw.
Table APPENDIX 2.2-3 Guaranteed Blocks in Station of CC-Link IE Field Network
Calculate value
Asynchronous mode (ms)
Synchronous mode (ms)
Normal value
(SM×n2)+(LSf×1)+Rd
(SM×1)+(LSf×1)+Rd
Maximum value
(SM×n2)+(LSf×2)+Rd
(SM×n2)+(LSf×1)+Rd
Table APPENDIX 2.2-4 Non-guarantee Blocks in Station of CC-Link IE Field Network
Calculate value
Asynchronous mode (ms)
Synchronous mode (ms)
Normal value
(SM×1)+(LSf×1)+Rd
(SM×1)+(LSf×1)+Rd
Maximum value
(SM×2)+(LSf×2)+Rd
(SM×n2)+(LSf×1)+Rd
SM : CC-Link IE Field Network master station sequence scan time (including
sender link refresh time)
LSf : CC-Link IE Field Network link scan time
n2 : Value obtained by rounding up a decimal point of (LSf/SM)
Rd : RFID interface unit internal processing time (refer to APPENDIX 2.3.)
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APPENDIX 2.3 Calculation Example of Transmission Delay Time
Calculation examples of transmission delay time under conditions in Table APPENDIX
2.3-1 are as follows:
CC-Link IE Field Network
Master station
CC-Link IE Field Network
FRAM type
(2kbytes)
ヘッドユニット
Head unit
LJ72GF15-T2
Ethernet
adapter
Ethernet アダプタ
RFID interface module
Amplifier
Antenna ID tag
NZ2GF-ETB
Table APPENDIX 2.3-1 Conditions in Calculation Examples of Transmission Delay Time
Sett Item
Set Value
Remarks
(1) CC-Link IE Field Network link refresh time (αT, αR)
CPU to be used
Q06UDEHCPU
Sequence program scan time
5ms
The total number of points (RX, RY) of CC-Link IE Field Network link refresh time
2048
The total number of points (RWr, RWw) of CC-Link IE Field Network link
1024
refresh time
The number of points of SB of CC-Link IE Field Network (SB)
512
The number of points of SW of CC-Link IE Field Network (SW)
512
File register on a memory card (R,ZR), extended data register (D), extended
0
Memory card is not used.
link register (W) transfer time (αE)
Transfer between links is not
Transfer time between links (αL)
0
used.
(2) CC-Link IE Field Network link scan time (LSf)
Cyclic transmission mode
Standard mode
Number of slave stations connected (Ns)
3
The total number of slave stations set by a parameter that performs transient
3
processing
Switching hub is not used due
The total number of ports used by a switching hub
0
to line connection.
The total number of interrupt settings (Ni))
0
(3) RFID interface unit internal processing time
From the time when remote output (RY) is input to when communication with
2ms
amplier/antenna starts (Rd).
From the time when communication with amplier/antenna is finished to when
2ms
remoto input (RX) is output (Rd)
(4) Communication time
ID tag
V680S-D2KF67
Communication speed setting
Standard mode
Command
Read
Number of bytes
256
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[Calculation example]
(1) CC-Link IE Field Network link refresh time:αT, αR
When CPU is Q06UDEHCPU, from KM1 = 0.09, KM2 = 0.41
αT, αR = KM1+KM2×{(RX+RY+SB)/16+RWr+RWw+SW}+αE+αL [ms]
= 0.09+0.41×10-3×{(2048+2048+512)/16+1024+1024+512}+0+0
= 1.2 [ms]
(2) CC-Link IE Field Network link scan time:LSf
Np = {(RX+RY)/8+(RWr+RWw)×2}×0.08
= {(2048+2048)/8+(1024+1024)×2}×0.08
= 368.64
Kc = 160+60×The total number of slave stations set by parameter
= 340
LSf = {Np+(Ns×Ka)+Kb+Kc+Kd}÷1000+Ni×0.02 [ms]
= {368.64+(3×25.8)+655+340+0}÷1000+2×0.02
= 1.5 [ms]
(3) Transmission delay time
n1: Value obtained by rounding up a decimal point of (SM÷LSf) = 5÷1.5 ⇒ 4
n2: Value obtained by rounding up a decimal point of (LSf÷SM) = 1.5÷5 ⇒ 1
(a) CC-Link IE Field Network master station (RX/RWr) ← RFID interface uni
Normal value:(SM×1)+(LSf×n1)+Rd
= {(5+1.2)×1}+(1.5×4)+2
= 14.2 [ms]
Maximum value:(SM×1)+{LSf×(n1+1)}+Rd
= ((5+1.2)×1)+{1.5×(4+1)}+2
= 15.7 [ms]
(b) CC-Link IE Field Network master station (RY/RWw) → RFID interface unit
Normal value:(SM×n2)+(LSf×1)+Rd
= {(5+1.2)×1}+(1.5×1)+2
= 9.7 [ms]
Maximum value:(SM×n2)+(LSf×2)+Rd
= {(5+1.2)×1}+(1.5×2)+2
= 11.2 [ms]
(4) Processing time
Normal value: Transmission dealy time 1 (normal value)
+ Communication time + Transmission dealy time 2 (normal value))
= 9.7+14.2+(1.2×256+30)
= 361.1 [ms]
Maximum value: Transmission dealy time 1 (Maximum value)
+ Communication time + Transmission dealy time 2 (Maximum value)
= 11.2+15.7+(1.2×256+30)
= 364.1 [ms]
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APPENDIX 3 External Dimensions
27
70
43
55
The external dimensions of this product are shown below:
180
(Unit: mm)
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Appendix 4 EMC and Low Voltage Directives
Compliance to the EMC Directive, which is one of the EU Directives, has been a legal
obligation for the products sold in European countries since 1996 as well as the Low
Voltage Directive since 1997.
Manufacturers who recognize their products are compliant to the EMC and Low
Voltage Directives are required to attach a "CE mark" on their products.
(1) Sales representative in EU member states
Authorized representative in EU member states is shown below.
Name: Mitsubishi Electric Europe BV
Address: Gothaer Strasse 8, 40880 Ratingen, Germany
Appendix 4.1 Measures to comply with the EMC Directive
The EMC Directive specifies that "products placed on the market must be so
constructed that they do not cause excessive electromagnetic interference
(emissions) and are not unduly affected by electromagnetic interference (immunity)".
This section summarizes the precautions on compliance with the EMC Directive of the
machinery constructed with the module.
These precautions are based on the requirements and the standards of the regulation,
however, it does not guarantee that the entire machinery constructed according to the
descriptions will comply with abovementioned directives.
The method and judgment for complying with the EMC Directive must be determined
by the person who constructs the entire machinery.
(1) EMC Directive related standards
(a) Emission requirements
Specifications
Test item
Test details
Standard value
•30M to 230MHz
QP:40dBμV/m
CISPR16-2-3
Radio waves from the product are
Radiated emission
*2
measured.
EN61131-2:
•230M to 1000MHz
QP:47dBμV/m
(10m in measurement range)
2007
CISPR16-2-1,
Noise from the product to the power
CISPR16-1-2
Conducted emission *2
*1
*2
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(10m in measurement range) *1
line is measured.
•150k to 500kHz
QP:79dB,Mean:66dB *1
•500k to 30MHz
QP:73dB,Mean:60dB
QP: Quasi-peak value, Mean: Average value
The module is an open type device (a device designed to be housed in
other equipment) and must be installed inside a conductive control panel.
The tests were conducted with the module installed in a control panel.
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(b) Immunity requirements
Specifications
Test item
Test details
EN61000-4-2
Electrostatic discharge
immunity*1
Immunity test in which electrostatic is •8kV Air discharge
applied to the cabinet of the equipment.
EN61000-4-3
radio-frequency,
electromagnetic field
Immunity test in which electric fields
•80M-1000MHz: 10V/m
are irradiated to the product.
•1.4G-2.0GHz: 3V/m
•2.0G-2.7GHz: 1V/m
immunity *1
EN61000-4-4
Immunity test in which burst noise is
Electrical fast
applied to the power line and signal
transient/burst
line.
immunity *1
2007
•4kV Contact discharge
80% AM modulation@1kHz
Radiated,
EN61131-2:
Standard value
Immunity test in which lightning surge
EN61000-4-5
Surge immunity
is applied to the power line and
*1
signal line.
EN61000-4-6
Immunity to conducted
disturbances, induced by
radio-frequency fields *1
•AC/DC main power: 2kV
•RFID, communication: 1kV
•AC power line: 2kV CM, 1kV DM
•Communication: 1kV CM *3
Immunity test in which high frequency
0.15M-80MHz,
noise is applied to the power line and
80% AM modulation @1kHz, 10Vrms
signal line
*2
EN61000-4-8
Power-frequency
Immunity test in which the product
magnetic field immunity
is installed in inductive magnetic field
50Hz/60Hz, 30A/m
*1
•Apply at 0%, 0.5 cycles and zero
EN61000-4-11
Immunity test in which power supply
Voltage dips and
interruption immunity *1
voltage is momentarily interrupted
-cross point
•0%, 250/300 cycles (50/60Hz)
•40%, 10/12 cycles (50/60Hz)
•70%, 25/30 cycles (50/60Hz)
*1
*2
*3
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The module is an open type device (a device designed to be housed in
other equipment) and must be installed inside a conductive control panel.
The tests were conducted with the module installed in a control panel.
Communication with the ID tag may be interrupted in the immunity near
RFID carrier frequency (13.56MHz).
Use antenna cable of 30m or shorter.
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(2) Installation in a control panel
The module is open type devices and must be installed inside a control panel.
This ensures safety as well as effective shielding of programmable controller
-generated electromagnetic noise.
(a) Control panel
・Use a conductive control panel.
・When securing the top or bottom plate using bolts, cover the grounding part
on the control panel so that the part will not be painted.
・To ensure electrical contact between the inner plate and control panel, take
measures such as covering the bolts so that conductivity can be ensured in
the largest possible area.
・Ground the control panel with a thick ground cable so that low impedance
can be ensured even at high frequencies.
・Holes in the control panel must be 10cm diameter or less. If the holes are
larger than 10cm, radio wave may be emitted. In addition, because radio
waves leak through a clearance between the control panel and its door,
reduce the clearance as much as possible. The leakage of radio waves can
be suppressed by the direct application of an EMI gasket on the paint
surface.
Our tests have been carried out on a control panel having the damping
characteristics of 37dB (max.) and 30dB (mean) (measured by 3m method,
30 to 300MHz).
(b) Wiring of ground cables
The ground cable should be laid out as follows:
・Provide a control panel grounding point near the module. Ground the FG
(frame ground) terminal with the thickest and shortest grounding wire (wire
for grounding) possible (about 30cm (11.81 inches) or less in length). Since
the FG terminal functions to ground the noise generated in the module
interior, it is necessary to ensure the lowest possible impedance. The
ground wire must be wired over a short distance. As the wire is used to
relieve the noise, the wire itself contains a large amount of noise and thus
short wiring prevents the wire from functioning as an antenna.
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(3) Cables for the CC-Link IE Field Network
Use shielded cables for the cables which are connected to the module and run out
from the control panel. If a
shielded cable is not used or not grounded correctly, the noise immunity will not
meet the specified value.
(a) Shield processing
The precautions for using CC-Link IE Field Network cables are described
below.
Shielded cables should be used for the CC-Link IE Field Network. Strip a part
of the jacket as shown below and ground the exposed shield in the largest
possible area.
CC-Link IE Field Network cable
Shield
(b) Grounding the cable clamp
Use shielded cables for external wiring and ground the shields of the external
wiring cables to the control panel with the AD75CK-type cable clamp
(Mitsubishi). (Ground the shield section 20 to 30cm away from the module.)
Inside
the control panel
20 to 30cm
Module
AD75CK
(4) External power supply
・Use a CE-marked product for an external power supply and always ground the
FG terminal.
・Use a power cable of 10m or shorter when connecting it to the module power
supply terminal.
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(5) Others
(a) Ferrite core
A ferrite core has the effect of reducing radiated noise in the 30MHz to
100MHz band.
It is recommended to attach ferrite cores if external power supply cables
coming out of the control panel do not provide sufficient shielding effects.
Note that the ferrite cores must be attached at the position closest to the cable
hole inside the control panel. If attached at an improper position, the ferrite
core will not produce any effect.
For the FG terminal on a main module that is connected to the external power
supply, the external power supply of an extension module, and CC-Link IE
Field Network cables, attach a ferrite core 4cm away from the module.
Exsample
(b) Noise filter (power supply line filter)
A noise filter is a component which has an effect on conducted noise.
Attaching the filter can suppress more noise. (The noise filter has the effect of
reducing conducted noise of 10MHz or less.)
Use a noise filter with the damping characteristics equivalent to those of
MA1206 (manufactured by TDK-Lambda Corporation). Note that a noise filter
is not required if the module is used in Zone A defined in EN61131-2.
The precautions for attaching a noise filter are described below.
・Do not bundle the cables on the input side and output side of the noise filter.
If bundled, the output side noise will be induced into the input side cables
from which the noise was filtered.
Input side
(power supply side)
Induction
Filter
Input side
(power supply side)
Noise
Output side
(device side)
Noise will be induced when the input
and output wires are bundled.
Noise
Filter
Output side
(device side)
Separately install the input and
output wires.
・Ground the noise filter grounding terminal to the control panel with the
shortest cable possible (approx. 10cm).
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Appendix 4.2 Requirements to compliance with the Low Voltage Directive
The module operates at the rated voltage of 24VDC.
The Low Voltage Directive is not applied to the modules that operate at the rated
voltage of less than 50VAC and 75VDC.
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TRADEMARKS
MELSEC, MELSOFT, GX Works and MELFANSweb are registered trademarks of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation.
Ethernet is a registered trademark of Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd.
Other company or trade names used in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
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Product Warranty Details
Please confirm the following product warranty details prior to product use.
Gratis Warranty Terms and Gratis Warranty Range
If any fault or defect (hereinafter referred to as "Failure") attributable to Mitsubishi Electric Engineering
Company Limited (hereinafter referred to as "MEE") should occur within the gratis warranty period, MEE shall
repair the product free of charge via the distributor from whom you made your purchase.
■Gratis Warranty Period
The gratis warranty period of this product shall be one (1) year from the date of purchase or delivery to the
designated place. Note that after manufacture and shipment from MEE, the maximum distribution period shall
be six (6) months, and the gratis warranty period after manufacturing shall be limited to eighteen (18) months.
In addition, the gratis warranty period for repaired products shall not exceed the gratis warranty period
established prior to repair.
■Gratis Warranty Range
The gratis warranty range shall be limited to normal use based on the usage conditions, methods and
environment, etc., defined by the terms and precautions, etc., given in the instruction manual, user's manual
and caution labels on the product.
Warranty Period after Discontinuation of Production
(1) MEE shall offer product repair services (fee applied) for seven (7) years after production of the product has
been discontinued. Discontinuation of production shall be reported via distributors.
(2) Product supply (including spare parts) is not possible after production has been discontinued.
Exclusion of Opportunity Loss and Secondary Loss from Warranty Liability
Regardless of the gratis warranty period, MEE shall not be liable for compensation for damages arising from
causes not attributable to MEE, opportunity losses or lost profits incurred by the user due to Failures of MEE
products, damages or secondary damages arising from special circumstances, whether foreseen or unforeseen
by MEE, compensation for accidents, compensation for damages to products other than MEE products, or
compensation for other work carried out by the user.
Changes in Product Specifications
The specifications given in the catalogs, manuals and technical documents are subject to change without
notice.
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INDEX
Ind
[A]
Abbreviations········································ A-10
Amplifier ··············································· 2- 4
Amplifier (Amplifier built-in type)················· 2- 4
Amplifier (Separate amplifier type) ············· 2- 4
Antenna················································ 2- 4
Application system ·································· 2- 1
Appropriate crimp terminal······················· 4-12
Auto ····················································· 6- 6
Auto system command wait time
setting area ··· 5-25
External dimensions ··························· App-18
External power supply·························3-2, 4-9
[F]
FB (Function Block) ································ 3-39
Features ··············································· 1- 2
Ferrite core ······································· App-23
FIFO repeat ··········································· 6- 9
FIFO trigger ··········································· 6- 8
Fill data ················································· 6- 3
[G]
[C]
CC-Link IE Field Network
Diagnostic Functions ··· 3-40
Command code specification area ··········· 3 -26
Command option specification area··········· 3-26
Command/Specification list······················· 6 -2
Communication setting area ···················· 3-22
Communication specification area············· 3-21
Communication test ································ 5- 3
Communication time ··························· App- 1
Comparison of remote register assignment
with ECL2-V680D1 ···· 3-19
Component list ······································· 2 -4
Connecting antenna and cable ················ 4-16
Control methods according to
communication specification ··· 6- 5
Copy ···················································· 6- 3
CSP+ ·················································· 3-34
CSP+ applicable systems ······················· 3-35
[D]
Detailed manuals···································· A- 9
Dust cover
for the Antenna connector ················· 4-18
for the Ethernet connector ················· 4-15
[E]
EMC directive ····································App-19
Error code ············································ 3-25
Error code list
CC-Link IE Field Network side············· 7- 5
RFID side ······································· 7- 7
Error details list ······································ 7- 5
Error details storage area ························ 3-28
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General specifications······························ 3- 1
[H]
How to attach and detach
the antenna cable ···· 4-17
How to communicate with ID tags ·············· 6- 1
How to use TEST mode ··························· 5- 2
[I]
ID tag ··················································· 2- 4
ID tag communication setting ··················· 3-22
ID tag communication speed setting ·········· 3-22
ID tag memory ······································· 5- 5
Indicates LED ········································ 3 -5
Initial data setting ···································· 5 -1
Initial settings ········································ 6-12
Initialize ················································ 5 -1
Installation direction ································· 4- 4
Installation environment ··························· 4- 2
Installation position ·································· 4- 3
Installing the module to a DIN rail ··············· 4 -5
Instructions ············································ 6- 1
Interlock exsample
Cyclic transmission program ·············· 6-10
Transient transmission program ·········· 6-11
[L]
LED ····················································· 3 -5
Low voltage directive compliance ·········· App-24
[M]
Measure Noise ······································· 6 -4
Module status storage area ······················ 3-27
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[N]
Names of parts ······································ 3 -4
Noise filter ·········································App-23
Noise level measurement ························· 5- 4
Number of processing points
specification area ··· 3-26
[P]
Performance specifications ······················· 3- 2
Power supply ··································· 3- 2, 4-9
Power supply terminal wiring······················ 4-9
Product portfolio ···································· A-12
Programming precautions ························ 6- 1
Programming procedure ························· 6-12
[T]
TEST mode ···································· 3-31, 5-1
Tightening torque range ··························· 4- 1
Transmission delay time ····················· App- 15
Trigger ·················································· 6- 5
Troubleshooting······································ 7- 1
[U]
Unit test ··············································· 7-10
[V]
Verifying Errors using led displays ·············· 7- 1
Verifying the version ································ 2- 2
[W]
[O]
Operation mode ····································· 5- 1
Overall configuration ······························· 2- 3
Overview ·············································· 1- 1
[P]
Precautions ··········································· 4- 1
Precautions for Programming··················· 6-10
Processing method of cable terminal ········· 4-10
Processing specification area ··················· 3-24
Processing time ································· App- 5
Warning code········································ 3-25
Wiring ··················································· 4- 8
Wiring external power supply····················· 4- 9
Wiring precautions ·································· 4- 8
Write ···················································· 6- 3
Write data specification area ···················· 3-27
Write protect cancellation method·············· 5-10
Write protect function ······························· 5- 7
Write protect setting ································ 5- 8
[R]
Read···················································· 6- 2
Read data storage area ·························· 3-29
Read initial data settings ·························· 6 -4
Read UID·············································· 6- 4
Remote input signals (RX) ························ 3- 9
Remote input/output signals······················ 3- 8
Remote output signals (RY) ····················· 3-16
Remote registers (RWr/RWw) ·················· 3-17
Remote reset ········································ 3-41
Repeat auto ·········································· 6- 7
RUN mode ···································· 3-26, 5- 1
[S]
Safety precautions ·································· A- 1
Sample program···································· 6-10
Setup and procedures prior to operation······ 4- 1
Specifications ········································ 3- 1
Start address specification area ················ 3-26
Station number setting ····························· 3- 7
System configuration ······························· 2- 1
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RFID Interface Module
Model
RFID Interface Module ECLEF V-680D2 User'
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