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Through the Simatic RF1060R, companies can use existing employee IDENTIFICATION cards to identify operational staff and document access to plants and machines. An ideal solution for application across the industry, And, Particularly, for use by car manufacturers and suppliers, as well as the pharmaceutical and food industries.

The Simatic RF1000 RFID system Siemens offers a simple and flexible solution to monitor access to machines and plants using the Simatic RF1060R reader. Allows companies to use existing employee IDENTIFICATION cards to identify operational staff and document access, minimizing damage caused by unauthorized personnel and malfunctions and increasing process reliability and efficiency.

The system is suitable for application throughout the industry, And, Particularly, for use by car manufacturers and suppliers, as well as the pharmaceutical and food industries.

The Simatic RF1060R transmits at a frequency of 13,56 MHz in the HF range and supports ISO standards 14443 A/B (Mifare) and ISO 15693. This allows existing identification accreditations to be used for individual control of access rights. Users can define any optional number of user groups with different access rights, and data can be documented so that operations or changes made can be plotted.

RFID readers can be integrated into existing hardware, such as HMI panels and equipment, as well as control and IT systems. The RF1060R reader features a USB port (cable 1,8 m with USB Type-A connector) and can be integrated into software applications running under Windows 7, 8 And 10. Its compact design and shallow depth make this reader ideal for applications where only a restricted mounting space is available, like panels. It is also designed to withstand harsh industrial environments (degree of IP protection 5 at the front) temperatures between -25 And +55 °c.

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