MOF100 1301

MOF100 1301

MOF 100 is an R/W Mono-Block allowing to exchange data with tags TAI or TAM without contact,using a protocol compliant with the standards ISO 18000-3 mode 1 & ISO 15693.
Available messaging instructions: Modbus ® / Jbus ® .

The R/W Mono-Block meets the food processing requirements:
• housing quality white polypropylene fiber reinforced food 30%
• connector IP69K stainless steel
• Stainless steel fastener insert
• To prevent food contamination the case identifier is engraved

Note:
MOF100 M 232 1301, with an RS-232 interface.  
MOF100 M 485 1301, with an RS-485 interface.  

 

Sizes (lxwxh):
120mm x 80mm x 40mm.
120mm x 96mm x 40mm, connecteur included.

 

Software: 

Compatible product(s)

Tag

TAM931

Radiofrequency tag made up of a chip and an antenna.

  • 8 bytes blocks are read/written in compliance with the standards ISO 18000-3 mode 1 and ISO 15693:
  • Data could also be read/written in compliance with BALOGH 52kb protocol using the Mono-Block MOF family products
  • FRAM Memory: 8 Kbytes or 32 Kbytes
TAM932

Radiofrequency tag made up of a chip and an antenna.

  • 8 bytes blocks are read/written in compliance with the standards ISO 18000-3 mode 1 and ISO 15693:
  • Data could also be read/written in compliance with BALOGH 52kb protocol using the Mono-Block MOF family products
  • FRAM Memory: 2 Kbytes or 8 Kbytes or 32 Kbytes

TAI20 IC SLI

Radiofrequency tag, made up of an electronic chip and an antenna.

  • Based on ISO 15693 / 18000-3 Mode 1 standard
  • Data is addressed in blocks of 4 bytes
  • Memory of 112 bytes of user data + UID
  • Passive (no power source embedded).

Interface

BPNF80

BPNF80 2 is a slave interface managing 2 independent read/write channels.

BPNF80 2  offers a PROFINET® Protocol.

The exchanges with the BPNF80 2 can be cyclics (maximum 512bytes/request) or acyclics (maximum 64Kbytes/request).

Product configuration services are made from an internal Web server or "Balogh Ethernet Setup" software
Maintenance is carried out with the Web server.

BRMO80

BRMO 80 is a network interface system that can manage 2 up to 8 MOF RFID readers simultaneously. It can ensure automatic reads of UID (unique identifier) or 8 bytes in TAG memory.

BETF80

BETF80 2 is a slave interface managing 2 independent read/write channels.

BETF80 2  has multiple messaging protocols :
- EtherNet®/IP (Allen Bradley)
- MODBUS®/TCP to read (resp. write) 125 (resp.120) words per request
- TCP/IP + Balogh Protocol to read/write 8 Kbytes requests on both channels

Product configuration services are made from an internal Web server or "Balogh Ethernet Setup" software. Maintenance is carried out with the Web server.

Accessory

CCAMOF100

Configuration cable for the reader MOF.

M-F Ext P

Connecting cable between a MOF and a BRMO

Tool for maintenance

LPP2512 HF

The LPP 2512 HF is a portable lightweight unit with the ability to interface with the TAI IC SLI (112 bytes) Read/Write TAGS

MOBILE KIT LAPC FCIC

The MOBILE KIT LAPC FCIC is a portable lightweight unit with the ability to interface with the TAI 2K FRAM series and TAM 2K Read/Write TAGS

LAPC17 FCIC

Lightweight and handy, the LAPC17 FCIC is a handheld peripheral for PDA, PPC or PC, aimed at reading/writing to/from tags type TAM and TAI in maintenance operations.

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