AEG COMPACT READER ARE I2 user manual

User manual for the device AEG COMPACT READER ARE I2

Device: AEG COMPACT READER ARE I2
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Manual
Compact Reader ARE I2
Installation Guide
for Systems with a
Serial Interface (RS 232)

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Manual Page 2 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Contents 1 INTRODUCTION 5 2 SYSTEM OVERVIEW 5 3 START-UP PROCEDURE 6 4 INSTALLATION 7 4.1 Mounting of the Housing 7 4.2 Grounding of the Reader 7 4.3 Assemblage of the Line Connectors 7 4.3.1 Allowed Diameter of the Used Cables 8 4.3.2 Assembling of the Cable Pipe 8 4.3.3 Mounting of the Power Supply Cable 9 Assembling of the Power Supply and Data Cable (Single Cable Pipe) 10 4.3.5 Final Assembly of the Cable Pipe 11 4.3.6 Plug

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Manual Page 3 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 6.7 BD- Baudrate 19 6.8 TOR – Maximum Reading Time 20 6.9 VS- Show Parameter 20 6.10 VSAVE – Save Parameter 20 7 OPERATING MODES OF THE READER 21 7.1 Mode 2 – Triggered by an Software Command 21 7.1.1 Settings of the Reader / Most Used Parameters 22 7.1.2 Basic Data Exchange Process 23 7.1.3 ReadOnly-Transponder 23 7.1.4 R / W –Transponder 23 7.1.4.1 Standard Read Process / Serial Number of the Transponder GT 23 7.1.4.2 Sele

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Manual Page 4 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide AEG Identifikationssysteme GmbH Söflinger Straße 100 D-89077 Ulm Tel. ++49(0)731-933-1340/1877 Fax ++49(0)731-933-1855 e-mail: info@AEGID.de

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Manual Page 5 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 1 Introduction This document will describe the components of the Compact Reader System ARE I2 / RS 232 and the procedure how to do the first set up of the reader. The main features of the reader are listed below: • the antenna is placed inside of the housing (base version) • there are algorithm available to read nearly all 125 kHz-transponders on market • the serial RS 232-Interface is placed inside of the housing, allowed bau

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Manual Page 6 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide The connection of the cables (power supply and data transfer) is done inside of the connection cab (SAB Cab). Together with an sealing element a protection classification of IP 65 is guar- anteed. By means of the integrated antenna the reader generates an alternating magnetic field, which powers the transponder. Coded signals sent back from the transponder are received and de- coded by the reader The reader is fully controlled

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Manual Page 7 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 4 Installation To get the specified reading performance it is necessary to do the installation carefully step by step as it is described in the following Chapters. All the work must be done by well educated people. 4.1 Mounting of the Housing The reader can be mounted to any other mechanic construction. It is recommended to protect the housing against heavy mechanical interactions. Attention! The side of the housing showing the

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Manual Page 8 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Inside of the SAB Cap there are the pins of following connections: • power supply • data link to the serial interface RS232 The codes to order the SAB Cabs and preassembled cables are listed below: ID 70212 SAB-Cab incl. one PG9 cable pipe and 5 wire cable (standard cable) ID 70213 SAB-Cab incl. one PG9 cable pipe and 5 wire cable / Sub D 9 Connector (Service Cable) ID 70221 SAB-Cab incl. one PG9 cable pipe ID 70215 SAB-Cab inc

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Manual Page 9 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 4.3.3 Mounting of the Power Supply Cable The power supply cable must be mounted in following steps: • Remove all inner parts from the cable pipe at the SAB Cab (1) ( nut (5), pipe(4) and cable fastener (3)) (see Figure 4-2) • Put all the removed parts ( nut (5), pipe (4), cable fastener (3)) and the cable pipe of the SAB Cab as well (1 to 4) to the cable. 5 4 Cable 3 6 1 7 Figure 4-2: Arranged Parts for Mounting • Remove the ou

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Manual Page 10 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide green black B NC +U A S RXD shielding C -U S TXD - D L GND (0V) E U L +9..30V NC DC + V+ DC ARE I2 4.3.4 Assembling of the Power Supply and Data Cable (Single Cable Pipe) The connection of the cable is also done inside of the SAB Cab. Instead of an 2-wire power supply cable there is now an 5-wire data cable needed. The diameter of the inner wires must be big enough to keep the voltage drop in the specified range. The steps to

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Manual Page 11 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 4.3.5 Final Assembly of the Cable Pipe • Pull by and by all the cable back, until the isolation of the cables are near to beginning of the cable pipes. • Fasten nuts (5) of the cable pipes with the right tool (17mm). • Do this carefully, to ensure the tightness of the protection class of IP 65.. • Plug the finished assembled MINI-COMBICON-Connector to the SAB Cab. Take care of the correct coding ((7) in Figure 4-2) of the conn

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Manual Page 12 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 4.3.7 Using the Service Cable ID 70213 Using the Service Cable, no special assembly work inside of the SAB Cab has be done by the customer. After making the link to a power supply and plug in the Sub D 9 Connector to the Com Data Port of an PC, the reader is ready to work. : power supply: brown = + 9 ...30 Volt white = Ground RS232 ( 9 Pins Sub-D female) 1 RXD shielding TxD (reader) 2 TXD GND (0V) RxD (reader) 3 V+ (+24V) 4 AR

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Manual Page 13 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 4.3.8 Using the Power Supply and Data Cable ID 70212 Using the Power Supply and Data Cable, no special assembly work inside of the SAB Cab has be done by the customer. After making the link to a power supply and to the connector block of Serial Data Port, the reader is ready to work. power supply: brown = + 9 ...30 Volt white = Ground serial Interface: green = RxD ( reader receives data‘s ) RS 232 yellow = TxD ( reader sends d

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Manual Page 14 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 5 Visual Signal Lamps To show the operational state or results there are 5 LED at the side of the housing. ID BFH Moderne elektronische Objekterkennung und Verfolgung ARE I2 L1: twinkles, if the processor works. L2: lit, if the latest reading process was successful L 1 L3: lit, if the latest reading process was a NoRead L2 L4: lit, if the reader receives data’s at the serial data L3 port ( Rx ) L4 L5 L5: lit, if the reader sen

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Manual Page 15 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 6 Settings of the Reader / Most Important Parameters The default value of the operating mode parameter is 2.. • MD 2 triggered by an software command – default value • MD 0 continuos mode 6.1 General The command set described below defines the transfer of data on the serial interface. The commands consist of a command code and optionally of a parameter value. Commands are terminated by the control character (13h). The con

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Manual Page 16 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide After entering a valid command together with a parameter value, the system answers by sending the parameter value and . Example: Command: MD 2 Output: 2 After entering an invalid parameter value, the system answers with the corresponding error code Parameter settings can be queried by sending the command without adding an parameter value. Example: Command: MD Output: 1 If a single is input, th

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Manual Page 17 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide Input format: CID parameter Parameter: Value Function 0 no filter function , (default value) 1 suppression of repeatedly read IDs Please note: The CID parameter is only active, if the GT-Command is applied or the reader is in the Continuos Reading Mode. In the MD 2 anyway a is sent to the master. 6.4 CN – Suppression of No Reads Through the setting CN=1 all NoRead results are suppressed on the serial interface..

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Manual Page 18 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 0 one out of one (no effect) 1 two out of two ; (default value) Output (example): 1 Sequence of readings Length of the reading cycle Result of the reading cycle NoRead 1 reading NoRead 0000125ED1, 0000125ED1 2 readings 0000125ED1 0000125ED1, 0000126ED1 2 readings NoRead Schedule 6-: example for a reading cycle with NID=1 Example: A, B, C are specific different transponder numbers, N is NoRead: Sequence of reading cycles O

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Manual Page 19 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 6.6 EC- Echo The command EC changes of the echo function setting. Input format: EC parameter Parameter: v Function 0 echo on 1 echo off Output (example): 0 Note: The default value of the parameter EC depends on the particular reader. 6.7 BD- Baudrate The command BD enables the change of the baud rate. The settings are effective after a warm start using the RST command. Input format: BD parameter Parame

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Manual Page 20 / 33- Revision 01 ARE I2 / RS 232 – Installation Guide 6.8 TOR – Maximum Reading Time Timeout for the reader. TOR is used in operation mode 2 as maximum gating time for a reading process . The length of the maximum gating time results from the equation gat- ing_time = TOR * TB. The time constant TB (Time Base) has always the default value 100ms. Input format: TOR parameter Parameter: Function 0 limits the reading process duration to exactly one reading cycle 1 limits the


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