RFID System (Conforms to SEMI standard, Electromagnetic Inductive 134 kHz) V640 Series CSM_V640_Series_DS_E_9_4 Line-up Ethernet I/F model newly. RFID system for Semiconductor applications, supports reading and writing TI (Texas Instruments) transponders ■ Conforms to SEMI standards (E4, E5, E99, E15.1) ■ Supports SECS commands ( via CIDRW Controller Model. V700-L22) ■ Embedded Web browser function provides easy configuration and read/write testing (Ethernet type only) ■ Enhanced functions, TEST Mode / Detecting for CIDRW Head status ■ Certified as radio by many countries: the USA’s FCC, EU R&TTE directive, Canada’s IC, China, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, and Isreal. Note: Update of radio certifications can be confirmed in the OMRON website. http://www.ia.omron.com/index.html Be sure to read the “Safety Precautions” on page 6 V640-HAM11-V3, V640-HAM11-ETN, V640-/-HAM11-L and V640-HAM11-L-ETN in this catalog have been discontinued at the end of March 2016. System Configuration Standard Models ID Tag CIDRW Head Amplifier Unit RS-232C/RS-485 CIDRW Controller RI-TRP-DR2B(-30) RI-TRP-WR2B(-30) RI-TRP-IR2B(-30) RI-TRP-RR2B(-30) *1 Texas Instruments HOST original command RS-232C SECS I/II protocol V640-HAM11-V3 *2 V640-HAM11-V4 PC Amplifier Unit V700-L22 V640-HS61 Ethernet TCP/IP original command V640-HAM11-ETN *2 V640-HAM11-ETN-V2 PLC Long-range Communications Model ID Tag CIDRW Head Amplifier Unit RS-232C/RS-485 CIDRW Controller RI-TRP-DR2B(-30) RI-TRP-WR2B(-30) *1 Texas Instruments HOST original command RS-232C SECS I/II protocol V640-HAM11-L *2 V640-HAM11-L-V2 PC Amplifier Unit V700-L22 V640-HS62 Ethernet TCP/IP original command V640-HAM11-L-ETN *2 V640-HAM11-L-ETN-V2 PLC Note: 1. Use of the V700-L11 ID Link Unit enables the Amplifier Unit to be removed/installed while the CIDRW System remains turned ON in the event of a malfunction or during maintenance. 2. Use the V700-L22 CIDRW Controller when using SECS communications protocol. 3. For details,refer to the User's Manual.Confirm the Manual No. that is listed in Related Manuals. *1. Communication performance does not guarantee. *2. Production was discontinued. 1 V640 Series Ordering Information List of Models Name Appearance Size Specifications Model 50 × 30 × 12 mm (including mounting plate) Standard Models 2-meter cable V640-HS61 2M 65 × 30 × 12 mm (including mounting plate) Long-range Communications Model 1.9-meter cable V640-HS62 1.9M 80 × 185 × 43 mm RS-232C interface RS-485 interface 24 VDC V640-HAM11-V3 ✽2 V640-HAM11-V4 80 × 185 × 43 mm Ethernet interface 24 VDC V640-HAM11-ETN ✽2 V640-HAM11-ETN-V2 80 × 185 × 43 mm RS-232C interface RS-485 interface 24 VDC V640-HAM11-L ✽2 V640-HAM11-L-V2 80 × 185 × 43 mm Ethernet interface 24 VDC V640-HAM11-L-ETN ✽2 V640-HAM11-L-ETN-V2 CIDRW Controller 150 × 167 × 28 mm 24 VDC RS-232C interface (Compatible with SECS I/II protocol.) V700-L22 ID Link Unit 110 × 65 × 64 mm 24 VDC RS-232C interface RS-485 interface V700-L11 Connector accessories for the V640 Amplifier Unit Power Supply Connector (1) Power Supply Connector Pins (3) ✽1 RS-485 Port Connector (1) CIDRW Head Amplifier Unit V640-A90 *1. V640-A90 includes all of these accessories as a set. To purchase individual accessories, contact the manufacturers below directly. *2. Production was discontinued. Purchasing Individual Accessories Name Power Supply Connector Model 1-178288-3 Power Supply Connector Pins 175217-3 RS-485 Port Connector MSTB2.5/2-STF-5.08 Manufacturer Tyco Electronics Phoenix Contact Inc. 2 V640 Series Specifications and Ratings CIDRW Head Model V640-HS61 V640-HS62 Item Transmission frequency 134 kHz Insulation resistance 20 MΩ min. (at 100 VDC) between the connector terminals and the case Dielectric strength 1,000 VAC (50/60 Hz, 1 minute) between the connector terminals and the case (leakage current: 5 mA max.) Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz, 0.20-mm double amplitude, 15-m/s2 acceleration with 10 sweeps of 8 min each in X, Y, and Z directions Shock resistance 150-m/s2 acceleration for 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions (18 times in total) Ambient operating temperature 0 to 40°C (with no icing) Ambient operating humidity 35% to 85% (with no condensation) Ambient storage temperature −15 to 65°C (with no icing) Ambient storage humidity 35% to 85% (with no condensation) Degree of protection IEC60529: IP20 Cable 2-m (3-mm dia.) coaxial cable Case ABS/epoxy resin, stainless-steel mounting fixture Weight Approx. 70 g 1.9-m (3-mm dia.) coaxial cable Approx. 100 g CIDRW Controller Model V640-HAM11-V3 V640-HAM11-V4 V640-HAM11-L V640-HAM11-L-V2 V640-HAM11-ETN V640-HAM11-ETN-V2 V640-HAM11-L-ETN V640-HAM11-L-ETN-V2 Item Host interface RS-232C/RS-485 Power supply voltage 24 VDC (max. fluctuation 20.4 to 26.4 VDC) Ethernet (TCP/IP) Current consumption 150mA or less Insulation resistance 20 MΩ min. (at 100 VDC) between the power supply terminals and the frame ground terminal Dielectric strength 1,000 VAC (50/60 Hz, 1 minute) between the power supply terminals and the frame ground terminal (leakage current: 5 mA max.) Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz, 0.20-mm double amplitude, 15-m/s2 acceleration with 10 sweeps of 8 min each in X, Y, and Z directions Shock resistance 150-m/s2 acceleration for 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions (18 times in total) Ambient operating temperature 0 to 40°C (with no icing) Ambient operating humidity 35% to 85% (with no condensation) Ambient storage temperature −15 to 65°C (with no icing) Ambient storage humidity 35% to 85% (with no condensation) Degree of protection IEC60529: IP20 Case ABS+PC Ground Ground at a resistance of less than 100 Ω. Weight Approx. 250 g 400mA or less 150mA or less 400mA or less 3 V640 Series CIDRW Controller Model V700-L22 Item Host interface RS-232C Power supply voltage 24 VDC (max. fluctuation 20.4 to 26.4 VDC) Power consumption 150 mW max. Insulation resistance 50 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) between the power supply terminals and the frame ground terminal Dielectric strength 500 VAC (50/60 Hz, 1 minute) between the power supply terminals and the ground terminal (leakage current: 3.5 mA max.) Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz, 0.20-mm double amplitude, 15-m/s2 acceleration with 10 sweeps of 8 min each in X, Y, and Z directions Shock resistance 150-m/s2 acceleration for 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions (18 times in total) Ambient operating temperature 0 to 40°C (with no icing) Ambient operating humidity 10% to 85% (with no condensation) Ambient storage temperature −15 to 65°C (with no icing) Ambient storage humidity 10% to 95% (with no condensation) Degree of protection IEC60529: IP20 Ground Ground at a resistance of less than 100 Ω. Weight Approx. 580 g ID Link Unit Model V700-L11 Item Host interface RS-232C or RS-485 Power supply voltage 24 VDC (max. fluctuation 20.4 to 26.4 VDC) Power consumption 10 W max. Insulation resistance 50 MΩ min. (at 500 VDC) between the power supply terminals and the frame ground terminal Dielectric strength 1,000 VAC (50/60 Hz, 1 minute) between the power supply terminals and the frame ground terminal (leakage current: 5 mA max.) Vibration resistance 10 to 150 Hz, 0.20-mm double amplitude, 15-m/s2 acceleration with 10 sweeps of 8 min each in X, Y, and Z directions Shock resistance 150-m/s2 acceleration for 3 times each in X, Y, and Z directions (18 times in total) Ambient operating temperature 0 to 40°C (with no icing) Ambient operating humidity 35% to 85% (with no condensation) Ambient storage temperature −15 to 50°C (with no icing) Ambient storage humidity 35% to 85% (with no condensation) Degree of protection IEC60529: IP20 Ground Ground at a resistance of less than 100 Ω. If grounding is not performed properly, transmission specifications may be adversely affected by the surrounding environment. Weight Approx. 200 g 4 V640 Series Functional Specifications Serial Type System Configuration Examples System Configuration Using CIDRW Controller (V700-L22) The Carrier ID Reader Writer (CIDRW) System is an RFID system that conforms to SEMI standards. The V700-L22 CIDRW Controller, the V640HAM1@ Amplifier Unit, the V640-HS6@ CIDRW Head, and a Texas Instruments ID Tag can be used to configure a Carrier ID Reader Writer (CIDRW) System that conforms to the following standards: Note: SEMI: Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International SECS: SEMI Equipment Communications Standard CIDRW System Link Unit V700-L11 Just the relevant Amplifier Unit can be removed and replaced while the power remains on. RS-232C SECS I/II RS-232C RS-485 50 m max. Up to 31 Units can be connected. Ethernet Type System Configuration Examples Host device Ethernet HUB LAN cable Amplifier Unit V640-HAM11-ETN V640-HAM11-ETN-V2 CIDRW Head V640-HS61 Amplifier Unit V640-HAM11-ETN V640-HAM11-ETN-V2 CIDRW Head V640-HS61 LAN cable Host computer, device controller, etc. LAN cable Amplifier Unit V640-HAM11-ETN V640-HAM11-ETN-V2 CIDRW Head V640-HS61 LAN cable The Amplifier Unit controls the CIDRW Head. The CIDRW Head is the antenna. It reads and writes carrier IDs and performs other processing for ID Tags. Note: If the IP address is set on the DIP switch, it will be in the form 192.168.1.@@@. The subnet mask is always 255.255.255.0. The IP address of the Amplifier Unit can be either set on this DIP switch or the desired IP address can be set in ROM. If pins 1 to 5 on the DIP switch are all turned OFF, the IP address that is set in ROM will be used. 5 V640 Series Safety Precautions WARNING The product is not designed or rated for ensuring safety of persons. Do not use it for such purposes. Precautions for Correct Use Please observe the following precautions to prevent failure to operate, malfunctions, or undesirable effects on product performance. About installation Site Precautions for Safe Use Please observe the following precautions for safe use of the products. • Never use the product in an environment where combustible or explosivegas is present. • Please separate from a high-pressure equipment and the power equipment to secure the safety of the operation and maintenance. • In the installation, please tighten the screw surely. (Recommended 1.2N.m) • Please do not insert foreign bodies such as water and the wires from the space of the case. • Please do not dismantle, repair or modify this product. • Please process as industrial waste when you abandon this product. • When you work on wiring and put on and take off cables, CIDRW head, please perform it after switching off this product. • Provide enough space around this product for ventilation. • Please avoid installing this product near the machinery (a heater, a transformer, large-capacity resistance) that has high the calorific value. hen you felt abnormality to this product, and having switched it off. Confirm the effects of radio waves on medical devices. The following guideline is from JAISA (Japan Automatic Identification Systems Association). This product is a reader-writer that uses radio waves for RFID equipment. The application and location of this product may affect medical devices. The following precaution must be observed in the application of the product to minimize the effects on medical devices. Any person with an implanted medical device must keep the area where the device is implanted at least 22 cm away from the antenna of a stationary or modular RFID device. Do not install this product in the locations subject to the following conditions. • Place where direct sunshine strikes. • Place with corroded gas, dust, metallic powder, and salinity. • Place with condensation due to rapid temperature fluctuations. • Place with condensation due to high humidity. • Place where vibration and impact more than being provided by specification are transmitted directly to main body. • Place with spray of water, oil, and chemical medicine. • The working temperature is within the range stipulated in the specifications. About depositoty Site • Please follow the save ambient temperature / humidity, and keep this product. About wiring • Use the power supply voltage specified in this cocument. • Ensure correct polarity when connecting to the +/- power supply terminals. • Do not run high-voltage lines and power lines though the same conduit. • To avoid static-induced failure, wear a wrist band or equivalent means to release a static charge before touching a terminal or a signal line within a connector. • In using this product in EU association states, the cable for DC power supply to this product must not be extended over 3m. • When you put on and take off a CIDRW head, please do not add excessive power to a connector. • Please connect the correct CIDRW head to the amplifier unit. About cleaning • Use alcohol to clean this product. • Never use an organic solvent such as thinner, benzene, acetone or kerosene, as it will attack resin components or case coating. Power and Graound Cables • Use an appropriate ground. An insufficient ground can affect this product operation or result in damage to this product. About the communication range and time • Do the communication test with Transponder in the installation environment because the metal, noise and ambient temperature around CIDRW head damage to the communication range and time. • Install CIDRW head and ID tag in the appropriate distance because the communication range can change by the difference of ID tag specifications. 6 V640 Series About mounting • This product communicates with ID Tags using the 134 kHZ frequency band. Some transceivers, motors, monitoring equipment, and power supplies (power supply ICs) generate electrical waves (noise) that interfere with communications with ID Tags, If you are using the product in the vicinity of any of these devices, check the effect on communications in advance. • In order to minimize the effects of noise, ground nearby metal bodies with a grounding resistance not exceeding 100 ohms. • When mounting CIDRW Heads, tighten the screws tightly. (Recommended 0.6N·m) • When multiple CIDRW Heads are mounted next to each other, communications performance could be impaired by mutual interference. Read and follow the information in User's Manual on mutual interference when installing multiple heads. Screw Locking Adhesive • Screw locking adhesive (screw lock) may cause deterioration and cracking of resin parts; do not use it for screws in resin parts or anywhere where resin washers are used. Communications with the Host Device (V640-HAM11-V3 and V640-HAM11-V4, V680-HAM11-L and V680-HAM11-L-V2 only) • Communicate with the host device only after confirming that the CIDRW Controller has started. Also, unstable signals may occur at the host interface when the CIDRW Controller is started. When initializing operation, clear the reception buffer at the host device or take other suitable methods to clear unwanted signals. Startup Precaution • Never turn OFF the power supply while the CIDRW Controller is starting, including when power is turned ON, when the mode is changed, or when the CIDRW Controller is being reset. Doing so may damage the CIDRW Controller. Application Precaution (V640-HAM11-ETN and V640-HAM11-ETN-V2, V640-HAM11-L-ETN and V640-HAM11-L-ETN-V2 only) • Never turn OFF the power supply while setting the IP address, subnet mask, or Web password. Doing so may damage the Amplifier Unit. 7 V640 Series Dimensions (Unit: mm) CIDRW Head V640-HS61 Four, 3.5 dia. (mounting holes) Antenna center 9 Mounting Hole Dimensions Connector 4-M3 or 3.5 dia. 3.0-dia. coaxial cable, standard length 2 m Antenna center 30 20 12 10 20±0.2 21 29.2 50 9 21±0.2 12 4 V640-HS62 Four, 3.5 dia. (mounting holes) 9 Antenna center 3.011-dia. coaxial cable, length 1.9 m Connector Mounting Hole Dimensions Antenna center 4-M3 or 3.5 dia. 30 20 12 10 21 20±0.2 39.2 Ferrite core 65 35 9 21±0.2 12 14.5 4 28.5 8 V640 Series Amplifier Unit V640-HAM11-V3 V640-HAM11-V4 V640-HAM11-L V680-HAM11-L-V2 (30.2) DC power supply connector (15.8) Four operation indicator lamps (18.2) 55.5 RS-485 connector (13) (17.75) (12) 6.8 6.8 6.8 80 (12) 56 0.6 46 (32.5) (22.5) 160 175 185 RS-232C connector DIP switch Four, 4.5 dia. (mounting holes) (4.2) (11.5) (1) (5.7) 5 43 (32.5) Mounting Hole Dimensions 175±0.5 46±0.5 4-M4 V640-HAM11-ETN V640-HAM11-ETN-V2 V640-HAM11-L-ETN V640-HAM11-L-ETN-V2 DC power supply connector (15.8) Four operation indicator lamps (18.2) 55.5 MAC address label (13) (18) 6.8 6.8 6.8 80 0.6 (31.95) 46 (22.5) 160 175 185 Ethernet connector (12) 56 DIP switch Four, 4.5 dia. (mounting holes) (11.5) (5.7) 5 43 (32.5) Mounting Hole Dimensions 175±0.5 4-M4 46±0.5 9 V640 Series CIDRW Controller V700-L22 150 130 28 Mounting Hole Dimensions Power lamp 130±0.2 4-M4 151 167 3 Operation indicator lamps 151±0.2 24 7 P6×3 30 Four, 4.5 dia. (mounting holes) ID Link Unit V700-L11 110 41.5 26.5 41.3 18.5 20.3 16.7 65 Mounting Hole Dimensions 10.7 35.2 5 4 Two, 4.5 dia. 4 55±0.2 2-M4 or 4.2 dia. 100±0.2 60 Related Manuals English Cat.No. Japanese Cat.No. Model Name Z307-E1 SDGR-701 V640-HAM11-V3 ✽ V640-HAM11-L ✽ V640-HS61/HS62 V700-L11/L22 Z308-E1 SDGR-702 V640-HAM11-ETN ✽ V640-HAM11-L-ETN ✽ V640-HS61 V640-HS62 V640 Series User's Manual SDGR-712 V640-HAM11-V4 V640-HAM11-L-V2 V640-HS61/HS62 V700-L11/L22 V640 Series User's Manual SDGR-713 V640-HAM11-ETN-V2 V640-HAM11-L-ETN-V2 V640-HS61 V640-HS62 V640 Series User's Manual Z360-E1 Z361-E1 V640 Series User's Manual ✽V640-HAM11-V3, V640-HAM11-ETN, V640-/-HAM11-L and V640-HAM11-L-ETN in this catalog have been discontinued at the end of March 2016. 10 Terms and Conditions Agreement Read and understand this catalog. Please read and understand this catalog before purchasing the products. Please consult your OMRON representative if you have any questions or comments. Warranties. 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