|Operating Temperature||-25 to 80degC|
|Dimension||W 50 x H 25.5 x D 13 (Small Sensor) W 88 x H 25 x D 13 (Elongated Sensor)|
|Model No||F3S-TGR-N_M / F3S-TGR-N_U|
|Contact Configuration||2 x NC (Safety channels) and 1 x NO (Auxillary)|
|Connection||Prewired (5 or 10m cable) or M12 Plug|
|Applicable Controllers||G9SA,G9SB,G9SX,G9SP,G9SE,NE1A and others|
|Switching Frequency||1.0 Hz|
|Power Supply||24 VDC +-10%|
|Actuator Approach Speed Min||4 mm/s|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Type Of System||RFID|
|Memory Size||AS PER TAG SELECTED|
|Battery Backup||8-10 hours|
he latest RFID systems make your entire production and supply chain visible – with no need for a line-of-sight between read/write device and transponder. You maintain an overview of your material flows at all times, you can plan efficiently, and adjust your processes with precision.Just select the right solution for your sector and your area of application: Compact readers with the option of an integrated or external antenna, maintenance-free labels, and passive tags. Powerful and cost-efficient, for trouble-free data communication.
Expanding the digital fabric. These technologies have dramatically expanded the digital fabric of the world’s factories, warehouses, and the logistics and transportation systems that keep feeder stocks and goods moving between them as well as to markets. Still, for all of digitali- zation’s abstraction and virtualization of processes into software applications, essential data from the physical world would be largely missing if not for field-level data associated with actual objects, whether feeder stocks, containers, tools, work-in-progress, or finished goods in production and supply chains.Most likely, these objects are on the move, too, which can make tracking them difficult. Fortunately, radio frequency identification (RFID) is a mature and proven enabling technology that can gather and deliver that data to those systems where it needs to go. Ultra-high frequency (UHF) RFID, in particular, offers long read ranges, fast read speeds, and large simultaneous tag-reading capacity to enable more complex applications typical of increasing levels of digitalization.
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Model Number||OMRON Entire range|
|Frequency Mode||Broad-Spectrum Frequency-Hopping|
|Type Of System||OMRON RFID SYSTEM|
|Features||Refer enclosed catalog|
|Display Type||RFID SYSTEM|
RFID System is an abbreviation of Radio Frequency Identification System.
It is an "Identification system using wireless communication" that enables transferring data between "RF Tags (or Data Carriers)" that are held by men or attached to objects and "Antenna (or Reader/Writers)". It is a kind of radio communication system.
RFID systems are used in various applications.
Using an RFID system allows consolidated management of objects and information.
Purposes of using RFID in a production site mainly comprises the following applications.
Work instruction (destination instruction)
History management (production history, work history, inspection history, etc.)
Application Example: Work instruction
Can easily build a sorting system that reads the RF tag information of the sorting box using a Reader/Writer installed on the branching point, and uses a control system such as Programmable Controller to switch the point. Automatically performs product sorting based on inspection results.
Prevents mistakes in part identification and thus reduces the losses arising from defects by automatically reading work instructions.
The main features of RFID are as follows:
1. Able to Read and Write data without direct contact
The RF tag can contain up to several kilobytes of rich information. All of the data required for each process (process history, inspection history etc) can be freely stored, without the need for direct contact. This makes it possible to develop paperless sites, where the causes of production stop are reduced.
2. By "combining an item with its information", a highly pliable and reliable system configuration becomes possible
With the technology to decentralize information, the load on higher systems is reduced. This means that system development costs can also be reduced, systems can be implemented significantly faster, and the system is much more flexible when making changes. Also, "the unification of items with their information" for each process and site can make it possible to manage production/processes and product quality without errors. And, with the latest information contained in RF tags, work can continue offline in emergencies, significantly shortening the time required to restore processes.
3. With the adoption of space transmission technology and protocols, highly reliable communication is made possible
As opposed to barcodes which simply look for 1 or 0, advanced space transmission technologies and specialized protocols are employed for transmission through the air. 16 bits CRC is added to the information as it is transmitted. More than 18 bits Burst errors can be detected at a ratio of 00.9985%, providing a very high reliability in the transfer. Also, since there are no mechanical devices involved such as with the Raster Scan method for barcodes, the likelihood of malfunction and other problems is greatly reduced.
4. Reading and writing is possible without line of sight, using electric and electromagnetic wave transmission
1.Unlike barcodes, since communication occurs by means of electric and electromagnetic waves, erroneous readings due to dirt, moisture, oil etc are cancelled out. Even if there is dust, moisture etc., or anything other than metal between the antenna and the RF tag,. it will not affect transmission. And since the communication range is wide, there is no need for extreme positioning which can greatly reduce the time and cost of design.
5. Can simultaneously access information of multiple RF tags
Some RFID systems are equipped with a function that allows you to simultaneously read the information of multiple RF tags existing within the transmissions area of the Reader/Writer.
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Operating Temperature||-25 to 40degC|
|Dimension||W 64 x H 96 x D 37 (Medium Duty Switch) W 80 x H 115 x D 43 (Heavy Duty Switch)|
|Ip Rating||IP67 (Plastic or Diecast Metal) IP69K (Stainless steel versions with flying leads)|
|Connection||Prewired (5 or 10m cable) or Plug|
|Switch Body||D40ML-P_ Plastic D40ML-M_ Diecast Metal D40ML-SS_ 316 Stainless Steel|
|Shock Resistance||11ms 30G|
|Vibration Resistance||10 Hz to 55 Hz,1 mm amplitude|
|Switching Frequency||1.0 Hz maximum|
|Minimum Switched Current||10V DC 1mA|