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The Inductel Inductive Identification System uses a mid-range frequency electromagnetic signal. Transmission of the mid-range frequency carrier wave powers tags that are attached to the (passive) objects to be identified. Modulation of the power transmitted at the station or of the carrier wave losses at the tag enables two-way data transmission. Advantages include no mechanical contact with the object to be identified; two-way data exchange between the station and the tag; precise dialogue zone; fast data exchange rate; no power supply needed for mobile object to be identified.
The Inductel inductive identification system provides 2 types of data exchange: data exchanges on the fly, where the number of bytes which can be exchanged depends solely on the length of time in the dialogue zone. These exchanges are generally limited to a few bytes, for example for controlling reflex actions (routing); and stationary data exchanges where a large number of bytes can be exchanged. These exchanges enable transmission of data relating to products or the process at various stages during manufacture (usually 1 to 200 bytes).
Modbus TCP (10Base-T / 100Base-TX) on RJ 45 connector with IP 65 shielded base
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