Conforms to ISO/IEC 18000-3 (ISO/IEC 15693) Standards V680 RFID ID Flag Sensors V680-HAM91/HAM81 The RFID System Can Be Used Just Like a Sensor. Read or Write 16 Bits at a Time with One Unit Useful in Applications from Simple Line Sorting or Product Identification to Managing Work Progress or Inspection Data Easy Setup Uses 16-bit data (maximum access of 128 bits) The Functionality of 16 Sensors Settings are simple using the switches on the front of the unit. Complex programming is not necessary. Select an NPN or PNP open-collector output to support your host device. Indicators on the front panel display the ambient noise level, access data, and error code. Easy startup and maintenance. V600-HAM/HAR-compatible Access Modes to enable application of existing programs. Communications with ID Tags is done in 16-bit units to enable up to approximately 64,000 IDs. Read or write up to 128 bits by using the address shift function. High-speed processing of 43 ms* for a wide variety of applications. *High-speed processing at 43 ms is applicable when reading a 1-KB ID Tag. This is the communications time between the Antenna and ID Tag plus the processing time in the ID Flag Sensor. Operating modes, addresses, and output settings are simplified. Read/write result output (NPN or PNP) Host device PLC I/O Relay Terminal Normal Sensors (e.g., proximity sensors) 16 Sensors One ID Flag Sensor Indicators (operating status, read/write data, or error code) Handles up to 128 bits of information. ID Tag Antenna ID Tag Antenna A Complete Lineup to Meet the Needs of Most Installation Environments and Application Needs The ID Flag Sensor can be used with ID Tags and Antennas that comply with ISO/IEC 18000-3 (ISO/IEC 15693). A wide variation of products, including Antennas with IP67 protection for use in FA environments, and long-life ID Tags capable of 10 billion accesses. Take the V680 Overseas. The V680 complies with international standards and radio wave regulations. Radio wave regulation compliance is applicable to Japan, Europe, the U.S.A., and Canada. Radio wave regulation compliance for China, Taiwan, South Korea, and Southeast Asia is pending.