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RFID

Intelligent identification

Radio-based RFID technologies in the HF (high frequency) and UHF (ultra high frequency) ranges supplement SICK’s industrial automation portfolio. In applications where process-relevant data is modified remotely, RFID makes it possible to store data on writable and rewritable media. And, in contrast to optical solutions, RFID provides reliable identification of all objects – despite dirt and everyday wear.

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Product family RFH6xx
Intelligent RFID communication
  • 13.56 MHz RFID write/read device for ranges up to 240 mm
  • Transponder communication according to ISO/IEC 15693 standard
  • Compact, industrial design with integrated antenna
  • Embedded protocols allow interfacing with standard industrial fieldbus technologies
  • Powerful micro-processor executes internally configurable logic
  • Flexible trigger control
  • Supports parameter cloning via microSD memory card
  • Built-in diagnostics
Product family RFU63x
Simple integration – intelligence included
  • UHF RFID read/write unit for industrial applications
  • With or without integrated antenna, depending on the type (up to four external antennas can be connected)
  • Standard-compliant transponder interface (ISO/IEC 18000-6C/EPC G2C1)
  • Supports common industrial data interfaces and fieldbuses
  • MicroSD memory card for device parameter cloning
  • Several diagnostic and service options available
Product family RFU62x
Short-range ultra high frequency scanner
  • Compact UHF RFID read/write device with integrated antenna for sensing ranges of up to 1 m
  • Standard-compatible transponder interface (ISO/IEC 18000-6C / EPC C1G2)
  • Supports industry-standard data interfaces and fieldbuses, as well as PoE
  • MicroSD memory card for parameter cloning
  • Extensive diagnostic and service functions
Product family RFU65x
The measuring RFID device with integrated passage and direction detection
  • Compact UHF RFID read/write device in accordance with ISO/IEC 18000-63
  • Positioning and angle detection by RFID transponders
  • Integrated algorithms deduce the direction of entry and movement based on numerous measured values
  • Supports data and fieldbus interfaces that are typically used in the industry

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