RFID Systems with ISO/IEC 18000-3 (ISO/IEC15693) Compliance
We enable the visualization of manufacturing sites.
The V680 series features electromagnetic induction and proprietary technologies to enable high-speed, high-reliability communication. This series of devices includes many useful startup and operational features, such as the visualization of communication status.
Even in global markets and manufacturing bases, these devices comply with the radio laws in all major countries to enable a consistent global deployment that provides traceability and production information management capability.
Our wide variety of RF tags, amplifiers, and controllers enables the visualization of all kinds of manufacturing sites, which helps increase productivity and improve quality.
These devices are compliant with the ISO/IEC18000-3 international standard for RFID systems using the 13.56-MHz band that has become the global standard. These devices also comply with the radio laws of all major countries giving you peace of mind for deployments in global markets and manufacturing bases.
Custom system configurations
We offer a total solution with an extensive product lineup to support any application and objective including extremely small, 8-kbyte RF tags that do not need batteries, antennas, amplifiers, and controllers.
Visualization of communication
Visualization of the 7 communication modes provided on the front panels of amplifiers and controllers enables easy diagnosis without the need for host devices. In addition to making status confirmation easier for on-site operators, this also significantly reduces the time and labor required for installation, tuning, startup, and maintenance.
Because these devices are compliant with ISO/IEC18000-3 (ISO/IEC15693) international standards, you can export these devices and easily integrate them with other equipment in local sites and facilities that are also compliant with ISO standards for overseas production.
Compliant with ISO/IEC18000-3 international standards
These devices are compliant with ISO/IEC18000-3 (ISO/IEC15693) international standards, offering peace of mind in relocating and exporting equipment to overseas locations.
Globally deployable in 51 countries around the world
Wireless device certification has been acquired in 51 countries, including Japan, European countries, and America, offering you peace of mind in utilizing these devices all around the world.
Contact us for more information on other supported countries. Visit the Omron website for the latest information on the radio device certification status of each country.
* Visit the Omron website for the latest information on the radio device certification status of each country.
Assembly line job instructions
Automated reading of vehicle model information, job instructions,and process history stored in RF tags prevents humanerrors and reduces costs related to defects and waste, even inmixed lines.
At each process, jobs are performed per the job instructions in RF tags followed by writing the results of the job into these RG tags. Central management of workers, manufacturing dates, and inspection data enables a reliable system of product traceability.
History and service life management
Installing RF tags to molds and antennas to molding machines enables mold information to be read from the RF tags. This enables easy management of cumulative shot time and shot counts, which impacts mold quality. If the wrong mold is accidentally mounted, automatic mold checks performed before the molding process can prevent production of defects.
Installing antennas at branch points enables you to easily construct sorting systems that read RF tag information on containers and use PLCs or other control systems to perform point sorting. The lack of mechanical structures, such as mechanical flags, enables the build-out of maintenance-free systems with very few failures.
Massive System Variation
We provide a wide variety of RFID components so that users can customize configurations for any installation space or objective, from replacing multiple sensor-based systems to managing large amounts of manufacturing data.
This information medium is used to tie objects and information together. Our lineup includes devices of 1 kbyte to 8 kbytes. Select components based on storage amount and size of installation object.
These devices are used to communicate with RF tags to read and write data. Select components based on communication distance and installation space.
Amplifiers & Controllers
Controls RFID operations including the sending of read data to host devices and writing instructions from host devices to RF tags.
Large capacity & High-speed
High-speed communication of up to 27 kbps via the 13.56-MHz band. Using the “Self-execution Mode” eliminates the need to access host devices, which significantly reduces takt time.
High-speed communication between Omron machine automation controllers and PLCs
Communication units enable direct connectivity between RFID systems and the NJ/NX series of Omron machine automation controllers and CS/CJ series of PLCs. Data reads/writes can be easily performed by simply setting parameters in the PLC memory area. Simple device configuration, in comparison with serial communication, is coupled with high-speed data processing. Communication programs can be easily built using the ladder program function blocks library (FB).
Supports DeviceNet Supports PROFIBUS
DeviceNet is a registered trademark of ODVA.
Manage manufacturing site information using open networks. Up to 58 bytes of data communication can be enabled simply by changing DIP switch settings.
Optimal for use in device identification
Includes functionality equivalent to 16 detection sensors. This means that approximately 64,000 identifications using 16-bit RF tag communication can be performed. This can be used in line sorting operations, device identification, and process progress management.
We also provide handheld reader/writers.
Visualization of communication
Amplifiers and controllers are equipped with display functionality for startup, tuning, and easy diagnostics operations.
This functionality increases on-site startup and maintenance efficiency.
Easily perform RFID system diagnosis
Stability of communication can be confirmed via amplifiers and controllers directly without the need to use a PC or other host device.
Visualization 1 Communication Stability
Visualization of communication stability
The stability of communication between antennas and RF tags can be checked by anyone, anytime, with time and cost reduction.
6-level indication of distance between antennas and RF tags
Distance in relation to the range of communication between antennas and RF tags is indicated in 6 levels. Installation positions of antennas and RG tags can be easily set and checked.
Speed level measuring mode
This mode enables the confirmation of RF tag movement speed and the number of available bytes. Devices repeatedly communicate with moving RF tags to display the communication success rate and speed level between a range of levels from 01 to 99.
Communication success rate measuring mode
This mode is used to check the communication success rate between antennas and RF tags. The communication process is executed 100 times without any retries to display a communication success rate between levels of 01 to 99.
Visualization 2 Noise Status
Visualization of noise status
This feature is used to check if there is any noise in the area that could cause communication issues. This feature is useful for pre-checks and for reducing downtime when communication errors occur. This feature also gives you peace of mind in deploying RFID systems in environments near sources of drive power, which are prone to noise, and other environments with poor radio signal reception.
Noise level measuring mode
This feature measures the noise level in the space between RF tag and antenna installations and displays the noise level between a range of 00 to 99. The ambient noise level, source of noise, and effect of noise reduction efforts all appear as level indicators for ease of use and peace of mind
LEDs indicate noise levels
A combination of LEDs is used to indicate ambient noise status.
Visualization 3 Error Causes
Visualization of error causes
This feature enables you to see when line errors occur and their causes. This feature is useful for reducing downtime when issues occur.
Confirmation of line errors
LEDs in amplifiers indicate error information when errors occur. This feature enables you to quickly confirm line errors, which helps to reduce downtime when issues occur.
Type of error indicated by LEDs
Combinations of red flashing LEDs are used to indicate RF tag communication errors, RF tag missing errors, and other error causes.
Efficient Management of RF Tag Memory Maps
What information is written to and read from RF tags at what process? The amount of data required for operations is enormous and changes frequently. Manual verification and management takes significant time and is also prone to human error. ID Map Manager is a memory map creation, management, and testing tool designed to eliminate these issues and help make operations more efficient. Centralized management of RF tag data helps reduce time required for memory allocation, design, and verification processes.