HG G-71450 / HG G-71451 / HG G-71453 / HG G-71455

Variant HG G-71455ZA, 409 kHz, Profinet & USB

Transponder Code & Positioning Pulse

Overview

  • Transponder-Antenna for the positioning of automated guided vehicles (AGV)
  • Indoor, IP 65
  • Reading distance 50 mm
  • max. crossing speed (depending on variant and the functionality in use) 1.0 to 2.0 m/s
  • Voltage supply (depending on the variant) 22 - 28 VDC or 18 - 36 VDC, current consumption typically 130 mA @ 24 VDC
  • Operating frequency (depending on the variant): 409 kHz, 125 kHz or KATE 125 kHz
  • Posipulse when crossing the center axis in direction of travel, 24 V 20 mA current source
  • Connectors (depending on the variant): Up to 3x M12
  • Data interface (depending on the variant): RS 232 (serial), Profibus, CANopen®, Profinet (with integrated switch)
  • Service interface for configuration and firmware update (depending on the variant): serial RS 232 or USB with USB virtual serial port driver
  • Display operational state (depending on the variant): Up to 5 LEDs
  • Transponder programming

Variants

HG G-71450 ZA 409 kHz RS 232 (serial)
YA 125 kHz
XA KATE 125 kHz
HG G-71451 ZA 409 kHz Profibus & RS232
YA 125 kHz
HG G-71453 ZA 409 kHz CAN-Bus & RS232
YA 125 kHz
HG G-71455 ZA 409 kHz Profinet & USB
YA 125 kHz

Functional Description

The transponder-antenna is used in identification systems with positioning. When a transponder enters reception range 2 the antenna outputs the transponder‘s code. When the transponder crosses the antenna center (see functional principle) the positioning pulse is generated. This allows the detection of fixed positions.

Connection exampleConnection Example Transponder-Antenna

As soon as a transponder is within the reading area the antenna wirelessly supplies it with inductive energy. The transponder uses that energy to cyclically transmit its code at half the antenna‘s operating frequency. Otherwise the transponder is passive and doesn‘t need any power supply or battery. There may always be at most one transponder within the reading area of the antenna.

Functional principle
Functional principle transponder positioning

The antenna can program new codes into compatible read/write (R/W) transponders.

Possible Applications in Automation Systems, e.g.

  • Storage
  • Material Handling
  • Identification of Containers
  • Positioning of trackguided Vehicles
  • Assembly Lines

Complementary Products / Accessories (depending on the variant, see data sheet below)

Transponder HG G-71325
Disc transponder HW DEV00033/HW DEV0034
Connection box HG G-20960

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