Thursday 29 October 2015

Eight KB transponder.

Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) systems use radio waves to localize and identify objects. The Simatic RF200 is an RFID system from Siemens which is particularly suitable for use in industrial production in the areas of for small assembly lines and intralogistics. To allow to objects to carry a large amount of data locally, Siemens has extended its RFID portfolio to include a new series of compact, rugged transponders based on the ISO standard 15693.

The new models come with an eight kilobyte memory capacity, and their Ferroelectric Random Access Memory (FRAM) technology supports an unlimited number of write cycles at high speeds.

Whether you need to keep track of car body components in the automotive industry, or order picking boxes in a warehouse – all the user-specific data is stored on the transponder. The new series of MDS D52x transponders from Siemens are exceptionally compact and rugged, making them ideal for a wide range of uses. MDS D521 can be used wherever small data carriers and precision are needed, for instance for tool identification or on workpiece carriers, while in assembly and production lines as well as powertrain applications, MDS D522, D525 and D528 models are most suitable.

MDS D524 is ideal for use in production and distribution logistics applications, and the MDS D526 transponder units are particularly suited for logistics operations close to production under even the toughest of environmental conditions. Large data memory and FRAM technology This new series of passive, maintenance- free data carriers based on the ISO standard 15693 allows the user to utilise the large eight kilobyte FRAM memory over a range of between 6 and 400 millimeters. Because the transponders allow an unlimited number of write cycles, they are particularly suitable for the permanent identification of workpieces, part carriers and containers. The transponder data is read by the proven RFID readers of the Simatic RF200 system.

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