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Via the Simatic RF1060R, the companies can use cards of identification of employees already existing to identify to the personal operating and document the access to plants and machines. A solution suitable for your application in all the industry, and, particularly, for use by manufacturers and automotive suppliers, as well as by the industry pharmaceutical and food.

The System RFID Simatic RF1000 from Siemens It offers a simple and flexible solution to monitor access to machines and plants using Simatic RF1060R reader. It allows companies already existing employees ID cards to identify operating personnel and document access, minimizing the damage caused by unauthorized personnel and operating errors and increasing the reliability and efficiency of the process.

The system is suitable for your application throughout the industry, and, particularly, for use by manufacturers and automotive suppliers, as well as by the industry pharmaceutical and food.

Simatic RF1060R broadcasts at a frequency of 13,56 MHz in the HF range and supports ISO standards 14443 A/B (MIFARE) e ISO 15693. This allows to use already existing identification badges for individual control of access rights. The users can define any number optional of groups of users with rights of access different and them data can document is so is can trace them operations or changes made.

RFID readers can be integrated into already existing hardware, such as panels and HMI computers, as well as control and it systems. The RF1060R reader incorporates a USB port (cable of 1,8 m with USB type A connector) and can be integrated in applications of software that is running under Windows 7, 8 and 10. Its compact design and its low depth make this reader ideal for applications in which only a limited mounting space is available, as panels. It is also designed to withstand harsh industrial environments (degree of protection IP 5 at the front) at temperatures between -25 and +55 ° C.


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By • 9 Feb, 2017
• Section: Access control, Detection