Identification in tight spaces in machine and plant engineering

Your Benefits

  • Different designs and sizes available - for more flexibility when installing into machines and systems
  • Reliable singulation of transponders, even at minimal object distances, over small and clearly-defined detection ranges
  • Also masters extensive reading and writing tasks thanks to the COM3 transmission protocol and process data size of 32 bytes
  • Easy and flexible integration into various control systems thanks to IO-Link
  • Quick and convenient installation as only a few parameter settings are required


Identification in tight spaces in machine and plant engineering

The RFH5xx product family is the ideal solution for machines and systems in closed production and logistics processes in which objects have to be identified in tight spaces. The clearly defined detection ranges of these HF write/read devices enable reliable singulation of transponders, even at very small object distances.

In addition, the small designs of the RFH5xx offer the right solution for nearly any installation situation. Devices can also be integrated into a variety of control systems via the IO-Link interface. The COM3 transmission protocol and the process data size of 32 bytes support even extensive reading and writing tasks.

At a glance
  • Reading and writing of transponders in accordance with ISO/IEC 15693
  • Types: M18, M30 and 40 x 40 mm
  • Read range: Up to 80 mm
  • IO-Link interface: COM3 data transmission rate (230.4 kBaud), process data size 32 bytes
  • Standard IO mode for operation as binary sensor
  • Rugged design in accordance with IP67
  • Ambient temperature: –25 °C to +80 °C


Technical overview

  • Technical data overview

    Technical data overview

    Product categoryRFID read/write device with integrated antenna
    Frequency bandHF (13.56 MHz)
    VersionShort Range
    Read range≤ 35 mm ... ≤ 80 mm
    IO-Link✔ , IO-Link V1.1
    Weight37 g ... 108 g
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