Versatile Functions for Optimal Use on Production
Conforms to ISO/IEC 18000-3 (ISO/IEC 15693): Can
be used in many countries around the world.
The V680 Series RFID System can be used in many parts of the world because it meets
the requirements of radio wave regulations in Japan, Europe, USA,
Canada, Mexico, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, China, Hong Kong,
Taiwan and Korea. Contact your OMRON sales representative for details on
use in other countries.
Enables High-speed Data Transmission (27 kbps)
The V680 Series RFID System offers data transmission speeds as high as 27 kbps at an
operating frequency of 13.56 MHz, and dramatically shortens turn around
time (TAT) with a Self-execution Mode that eliminates the need for host
A Wide Range of ID Tags Available for Various
Production Lines: These ultra-compact Tags also feature high
environmental durability, long service lives, and maintenance-free
ID Tags can be either embedded in metal or
mounted on non-metallic objects without requiring any extra attachments.
A long service life enables 10 billion
accesses (for tag which Memory type use FRAM).
A new battery-less model with a large,
32-Kbyte capacity has been added to the line-up.
In addition to managing the growing amount
of production and quality data on today's factory floors, this new Tag
makes it easy to build a system with traceability.
The V680 Series features the same level of
environmental durability as the previous V600 Series.
No Changes Needed when Switching from an Existing
The V680 Series RFID System also supports V600-series commands, so there is no need to
change command systems.
Easier Startup and Maintenance. Simpler
Transmission using RFID System: Contributes to higher efficiency for
on-site startup and maintenance.
Seven maintenance modes make it easy to diagnose the optimal usage
conditions for the V680 RFID System. Startup is also easier because the
system can be checked without having to use a personal computer or other
Strong Support for Creating ID Tag Memory Maps:
Using the ID Map Manager dramatically shortens the time required to
allocate ID Tag memory and complete system designs.
Work efficiency is greatly increased because the ID Map Manager includes
an ID Tag read/write test function and communications checking function in
addition to memory map definition and editing functions.
Memory map data created by the ID Map Manager can also be easily shared
between the production line design department and the vendors that are
building the line.
Visualize Data Transmission without the Need for
a Host Device.
Perform Simple Diagnosis of Communications Conditions.
Distance Level Measurement Mode: Confirms correct
mounting positions for the Read/Write Antenna and ID Tag.
The distance between the Read/Write Antenna and ID Tag mounting locations
relative to the communications range is displayed using six levels.
Noise Level Measurement Mode: Confirms spatial
noise, noise sources, and noise countermeasure effects.
Measures the ambient noise level and displays it in levels ranging from 00
Speed Level Measurement Mode (Read/Write):
Confirms the speed of moving ID Tags and the number of usable bytes.
Data is transmitted repeatedly to moving ID Tags, and the number of
successful communications and speed level are displayed in levels ranging
from 01 to 99.
(No data is actually written to the ID Tags during the write part of the
Speed Level Measurement Mode.)
Seven maintenance modes make it easy to diagnose the communications
conditions from the front panel of the Controller or Amplifier Unit. The
data can also be output from the USB port of the Controller to a personal
computer or other monitoring device.
(Maintenance Mode cannot be used with
the V680-H01 or V680-CH.)
Communications Success Rate Measurement Mode:
Confirms the communications success rate between the Read/Write Antenna
and ID Tags.
A total of 100 communications are executed without retries, and the rate
of communications success is displayed in levels ranging from 01 to 99.
Communications Monitor Mode (Protocol Analyzer Function): This mode can be
used as a protocol analyzer function for host device communications lines.
The communications commands sent from the host device and the execution
result responses can be output from the USB port of the Controller.
Tag Communications Test Mode: Confirms
communications ability between the Read/Write Antenna and ID Tags.
The end codes are displayed to show the results of communications between
the Read/Write Antenna and ID Tags. When the Controller is mounted inside
a control panel, or in some other location, this data can be output from
the Controller's USB port and easily checked on a monitor. (The Tag
Communications Test Mode uses only read operations.)
Host Device Communications Confirmation Mode:
Confirms whether the signals sent from the Controller are being correctly
transferred to an external device.
The communications commands and responses between the Controller and a
host device are output from the Controller's USB port for easy
identification of problems, such as incorrect communications parameters or