Support is provided for the BIS M (13.56 MHz, ISO-standard), BIS L (125 kHz) and BIS C (70/455 kHz), and UHF
(868/928 MHz). Just one version of the RFID processor is all that is needed to handle many tasks in parallel and
simultaneously. This makes the new controller an important component for Industry 4.0.
The goal of Industry 4.0 is the smart, adaptive factory with short changeover times and decentralized control
for achieving short throughput times and delivery deadlines. But it also means having all the relevant
information available in a highly automated process in real time. Parts find their way independently through
production systems while individualized parts down to lot size 1 can be manufactured quickly and
cost-effectively for the prices of a mass-produced product. RFID is a key underlying technology here, since it
offers uninterrupted documentation and provides data for controlling the automation of the entire production
And the good news: You don't have to wait for it any longer. It is all possible today using existing technology,
ready to use for Industry 4.0. Workpiece tracking and Tool-ID represent such examples.
Two techniques – one technology
For example, a well-known automobile manufacturer is using RFID identification systems in his engine plant both
for workpiece tracking and tool management. Their modern production techniques with increasing volumes, high
workloads and shorter production times require the reliable identification of components to be manufactured as
well as the dependable classification of machines and production data.
Up to four read/write heads can be operated simultaneously with the
new All-in-One RFID processor