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1 FACTORY AUTOMATION MANUAL IPT-HH20 HANDHELD (125 KHZ)

2 With regard to the supply of products, the current issue of the following document is applicable: The General Terms of Delivery for Products and Services of the Electrical Industry, published by the Central Association of the Electrical Industry (Zentralverband Elektrotechnik und Elektroindustrie (ZVEI) e.v.) in its most recent version as well as the supplementary clause: "Expanded reservation of proprietorship"

3 1 Introduction Declaration of Conformity Declaration of Conformity Safety Symbols relevant to safety Intended use General notes on safety Product description IPT-HH Use and application LED indicators and control keys Status LED Display Key overview Interfaces Scope of supply Accessories Connecting cable Accessories for interfaces Handles Storage batteries Chargers Brackets Installation Preparation Handle installation

4 6 Commissioning Switching on and off Basic operation Navigation through menus Data entry Operating modes Wireless operation (batch mode) Cable operation: RS Cable operation: PS/ Cable operation: USB Operating with Bluetooth Operation Read data Writing data Editing and entering data manually Troubleshooting Error message "no tag" Error message "Connect failed!" Error message "No stored data" Error message "No Data to copy"

5 Read/Write menu Read/Write > Data read Read/Write > Data write Read/Write > Data copy Read/Write > Read fixcode Read/Write > Write fixcode Read/Write > Read register Read/Write > Write register Read/Write > Fill tag Storage menu Storage > Options Settings menu Settings > Tag type Settings > Data format Settings > Password Settings > Trigger keys Settings > Time stamp Settings > Checksum Settings > Prefix/Suffix Settings > Communication Settings > Send/Log Settings > Language Settings > Date/Time Settings > System Settings > Vibrator Settings > Buzzer Settings > Default settings Applications menu About menu Command reference ASCII table

6 Introduction 1 Introduction Congratulations You have chosen a device manufactured by Pepperl+Fuchs. Pepperl+Fuchs develops, produces and distributes electronic sensors and interface modules for the market of automation technology on a worldwide scale. Symbols used This manual contains different symbols that draw your attention to information or instructions. Note! This symbol brings important information to your attention. Action This symbol marks an acting paragraph. The following chapters contain the most important instructions: Basic operation: see chapter 6.2 Description of the most important tasks: see chapter 7 Complete description of all menu entries: see chapter 9 If you have any queries regarding the device, accessories or advanced functions, please contact: Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH Königsberger Allee 87 D Mannheim Telephone: Fax:

7 Declaration of Conformity 2 Declaration of Conformity This product has been developed and manufactured in accordance with applicable European standards and directives. Note! A Declaration of Conformity can be requested from the manufacturer. The manufacturer of this product, Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH, in D Mannheim, Germany, has a certified quality management system in accordance with ISO ISO Declaration of Conformity The device has been tested for compliance with FCC regulations Tests confirmed that all valid FCC rules and regulations have been complied with. Note! The device may not be used in the vicinity or in combination with another antenna or a transmitter in order to meet the requirements stipulated in FCC RF exposure guidelines. 7

8 Safety 3 Safety 3.1 Symbols relevant to safety Danger! This symbol indicates a warning about a possible danger. In the event the warning is ignored, the consequences may range from personal injury to death. Warning! This symbol indicates a warning about a possible fault or danger. In the event the warning is ignored, the consequences may course personal injury or heaviest property damage. Caution! This symbol warns of a possible fault. Failure to observe the instructions given in this warning may result in the devices and any connected facilities or systems develop a fault or fail completely. 3.2 Intended use The Handheld was designed for identifying RFID code and data carriers within a defined frequency range and should be used for this purpose only. Examples of device applications include manual quality control and verifying maintenance work. Operating the Handheld in a way different from that described in these instructions may have a negative effect on the reliability and function of the device and connected systems. Protection of operating personnel and the overall system is no longer guaranteed if the device is not used as specified. Caution! Modified or separate JavaScript programs Data reading and writing processes may be influenced or disrupted. Do not modify the JavaScript programs provided by the manufacturer. Check whether the identification function of self-configured JavaScript programs is affected. 8

9 Safety 3.3 General notes on safety Installation and commissioning of all devices must be performed by a trained professional only. When packing the device for storage or transport, use materials that will protect the device from bumps and impacts and protect against moisture. The original packaging provides the best protection. Also take into account the permitted ambient conditions. Do not open, burn or short-circuit the battery. The battery may ignite, explode, leak or heat up and become irreparably damaged. Always charge the battery using approved cables. The Handheld supports different interfaces such as Bluetooth, USB, RS 232 or PS/2. Always use correctly configured devices and the recommended original accessories to ensure reliable communication. The operating company bears responsibility for observing locally applicable safety regulations. Independent interventions and separate modifications are dangerous and will void the warranty and exclude the manufacturer from any liability. If serious faults occur, stop using the device. Secure the device against inadvertent operation. In the event of repairs, send the device to Pepperl+Fuchs. Do not dispose of storage batteries with the household refuse. Consumers are obliged by law to dispose of used storage batteries in accordance with regulations. You can hand in your used batteries at public collection points in your area or sales points where batteries of that particular kind are sold. You can also send your used batteries directly to us for disposal. Please remember that this service is only available within the scope of normal use. If you wish to send back your used batteries, please affix sufficient postage stamps and send to our address. There are no extra charges for disposal. 9

10 Product description IPT-HH20 4 Product description IPT-HH Use and application Handheld IDENTControl by Pepperl+Fuchs is a proven system designed for stationary RFID applications. A portable device for process monitoring (reading/writing functions, data carrier initialization) is provided with this Handheld. One new feature is the cellphone design with keypad and display for intuitive operation. Frequently recurring actions can be performed by pressing one of two configurable keys. JavaScript provides a familiar cross platform programming language to enhance system functionality for the user. In addition to a lithium ion storage battery, a large permanent memory and the option of 2.45 GHz band wireless communication based on the Bluetooth standard ensure maximum mobility. Code/Data carrier 125 khz (inductive) Code and data carriers for this frequency range are available in a variety of designs from small glass tubes with dimensions of 3 mm x 3 mm x 15 mm to transponders 100 mm in diameter. Data carriers in chemical resistant housings designed for installation in metal components and temperatures up to 300 C (max. 5 min.) are available with degree of protection IP68/IP69K. Code carriers IPC offer a 40 bit fix code. Data carriers IPC have a 928 bit programmable memory and a permanent fix code of 32 bits. Code carriers IPC can be used to generate modifiable 40 bit fix codes that can be defined as permanent fix codes or redefined an infinite number of times. The IPC12 data carrier with 64 kbit FRAM memory and 32 bit fix code is designed for larger quantities of data. 10

11 Product description IPT-HH LED indicators and control keys The device has the following LED indicators and control keys: Status LED 2 LC display 3 Softkeys 4 Navigation keys 5 Trigger keys 6 Keypad 7 Interface 8 Battery compartment 9 Read/write head 11

12 Product description IPT-HH Status LED The status LED indicates the following states: Meaning of the status LED Status Description Lights up green The Handheld has been switched on. The interface has been modified. Data has been read or written. Flashing yellow The Handheld has successfully completed a read or write command. Red flashing The Handheld has unsuccessfully completed a read or write command and reports an error. Off Read/Write head is inactive Display The display on the device is divided into different areas: Toolbar 2 Display 3 Softkey bar 12

13 Product description IPT-HH20 The following table lists all the symbols on the toolbar and the functions they perform: Symbols in the toolbar Symbol Charging status Description The capacity of the battery is between 50 % and 100 %. The capacity of the battery is between 20 % and 50 %. Connection status The capacity of the battery is between 0 % and 20 %. Recharge the battery. Battery is charged. The Handheld is connected to an interface. RS 232 is selected as the active interface. PS/2 is selected as the active interface. USB is selected as the active interface. Bluetooth is selected as the active interface. Data transfer Memory status Data transfer in one direction: data is transferred from the Handheld to the connected computer. A response from the computer is not required. Data transfer in two directions: data is transferred from the Handheld to the connected computer. The Handheld then waits for a response from the computer. Keyboard mode: the Handheld is connected to the computer via a USB or PS/2 interface. Virtual COM port mode: the Handheld emulates an RS 232 interface via the USB interface allowing communication from the computer to the Handheld. A response from the computer is not required. 0 % to 25 % of the internal memory is occupied. 25 % to 50 % of the internal memory is occupied. 50 % to 75 % of the internal memory is occupied. 75 % to 100 % of the internal memory is occupied. The internal memory is full. You can no longer store data on the internal memory. Batch mode inactive. Data is not buffered in the internal memory. 13

14 Product description IPT-HH20 Symbol Input mode Description Numerical input mode - data entered using the keys appears in the form of numbers. Alphabetical input mode - data entered using the keys appears in the form of letters. Alphabetical input mode - data entered using the keys appears in the form of lower case letters. Symbol input mode - data entered using the keys appears in the form of symbols Key overview The following table lists all keys on the device and the functions they perform: Softkeys Keys Designation Left softkey Right softkey Navigation keys Keys Designation Up navigation key Down navigation key Left navigation key Right navigation key Enter navigation key 14

15 Product description IPT-HH20 Trigger key Keys Description Left trigger key Right trigger key Input keys Keys "Numerical" mode "Alphanumerical upper case" mode "Alphanumerical lower case" mode "Symbols" mode Switches between "Numerical", "Alphanumerical upper case", "Alphanumerical lower case" and "Symbols" mode. 1 Space, 1 Space, 1 Space ) < _ 2 A, B, C, 2 a, b, c, 2! * = ` 3 D, E, F, 3 d, e, f, 3 " + > { 4 G, H, I, 4 g, h, i, 4 #,? 5 J, K, L, 5 j, k, l, 5 $ } 6 M, N, O, 6 m, n, o, 6 %. [ ~ 7 P, Q, R, S, 7 p, q, r, s, 7 & / \ Space 8 T, U, V, 8 t, u, v, 8 ' : ] Space 9 W, X, Y, Z w, x, y, z ( ; ^ Space Scrolls through the different symbol pages For data input fields: delete the last character. Otherwise: ESC function (exits the menu without adopting the current settings.) 15

16 Product description IPT-HH Interfaces The Handheld has the following interfaces: pin connecting socket 4.4 Scope of supply The scope of supply includes: Handheld without storage battery or battery compartment cover CD with documentation (manual) Note! You will require other components in addition to the Handheld included in the scope of supply to complete assembly of the device. The basic equipment includes: Handheld, battery and charging station. Missing components can be ordered from Pepperl + Fuchs. 16

17 Product description IPT-HH Accessories Different connection cables, handles, mounts, storage batteries and a range of accessories for chargers and interfaces are available for this Handheld Connecting cable The following connecting cables are available as an option: Designation ODZ-MAH-CAB-B14 ODZ-MAH-CAB-R2 ODZ-MAH-CAB-R6 Description Connecting cable USB interface, length approx. 180 cm Connecting cable RS 232 interface, length approx. 120 cm Connecting cable PS/2 interface, length approx. 120 cm Accessories for interfaces The following interfaces are available as optional accessories: Designation ODZ-MAH-B15 ODZ-MAH-B15-R2 ODZ-MAH-B15-R6 Description Bluetooth modem (without cable), preset to USB Bluetooth modem (without cable), preset to RS232 Bluetooth modem (without cable), preset to PS/ Handles The following handles are available as an optional accessory: Designation ODZ-MAH-GRIP1 ODZ-MAH-GRIP2 ODZ-MAH-GRIP3 Description Handle, without battery Handle, with integrated lithium ion battery, capacity 1950 mah Handle, with integrated lithium ion battery, capacity 3900 mah Storage batteries The following batteries are available as an optional accessory: Designation ODZ-MAH-BAT ODZ-MAH-BLANK Description Lithium ion battery, capacity 1950 mah Battery blank (for cable operation) 17

18 Product description IPT-HH Chargers The following chargers are available as an optional accessory: Designation ODZ-MAH200-CHARGER ODZ-MAH-CHARGER ODZ-MAH200-SUPPLY + ODZ-MAH-CAB-CHARGE ODZ-MAH-CHARGER-SINGLE Description Charger for 2 lithium ion storage batteries Battery charging tray for handles with integrated lithium ion storage battery Plug supply unit with cable for direct connection of the Handheld Charger for I*T-HH20 with integrated battery ODZ- MAH-BAT Brackets The following brackets are available as an option: Designation Description ODZ-MAH300-BRACKET Table bracket for Handhelds with display 18

19 Installation 5 Installation 5.1 Preparation Unpacking the unit 1. Check that all package contents are present and undamaged. If anything is damaged, inform the shipper and contact the supplier. 2. Check that all items are present and correct based on your order and the shipping documents. If you have any questions, please contact Pepperl+Fuchs. 3. Keep the original packing material in case you need to store or ship the unit at a later time. Fitting the battery Fit the battery as follows: 1. Turn the battery so that you can remove it as shown in the illustration. 2. Slide the plastic tab on the battery into the corresponding recess on the Handheld. 19

20 Installation 3. Push the locking device upwards and push in the battery. 4. Push the battery in the Handheld, hold in position and release the locking device so that the battery engages. Charging battery Charge the battery as follows: 1. Connect the Handheld, including battery, to an interface cable. 2. Connect the interface cable to the switched-on computer. When the Handheld is switched on, the symbols displayed in the toolbar indicate the charging status of the Handheld. Overviewview table "Symbols in the toolbar" on page 13 Note! If you are operating the handheld via an RS 232 interface, connect the RS 232 interface power supply unit to the socket to charge the battery. Note! Completely discharged storage batteries If the storage battery is completely discharged, you will have to wait at least 10 minutes before the Handheld is ready for operation again. 20

21 Installation 5.2 Handle installation Fitting the standard handle Fit the handle to the Handheld as follows: 1. Insert the Handheld including battery in the mount on the handle. 2. Push the Handheld back until the plug on the handle enters the cable connection socket on the Handheld. 3. Press the Handheld firmly onto the plug until it is flush with the handle. The Handheld is now fitted to the handle. 21

22 Installation Fitting a handle with cable connection Fit the handle to the Handheld as follows: 1. Remove the battery from the battery compartment of the Handheld if necessary. 2. Carefully pull the rear, flexible part of the handle attached to the plug downwards. 3. Attach the cable connection socket on the Handheld to the plug on the handle. 4. Slide the plastic tab on the battery into the corresponding recess on the Handheld. The Handheld is now fitted to the handle. 5. Push down the Handheld carefully until the locking device on the Handheld engages in the handle. 6. Connect the interface cable to the cable connection socket underneath the handle. The Handheld is now ready for operation. Fitting a handle with integrated storage battery A handle with integrated battery is also available for this Handheld as an optional accessory. Fit the handle to the Handheld as follows: 1. Remove the battery from the battery compartment of the Handheld if necessary. 2. Slide the plastic tab on the battery into the corresponding recess on the Handheld. 3. Push down the Handheld carefully until the locking device on the Handheld engages in the handle. The Handheld is now fitted to the handle. 22

23 Installation Securing the interface cable against accidental removal You have the option of fitting a protective cap in order to secure the interface cable against accidental removal. To do so, proceed as follows: 1. Connect the interface cable to the cable connection socket on the handle. 2. Guide the cable into the slot on the protective cap and push the protective cap towards the cable connection socket. 3. Ensure that you push the protective cap in the correct position over the interface cable. 4. Screw the protective cap to the handle using the screws supplied. The interface cable is now secured against accidental removal. Note! For secure mounting of the Handheld, we recommend that you secure the Handheld using the screws supplied. Two holes have been drilled on the lower section of the handle for this purpose (see illustration). 23

24 Installation Removing the handle Remove the handle as follows: 1. If you have secured the handheld with screws on the handle, remove the screws. 2. Push the locking device in the direction of the arrow and press the handheld out of the retainer. The handle is removed. 24

25 Commissioning 6 Commissioning 6.1 Switching on and off Switching on the handheld Switch on the Handheld as follows: Press either the left trigger key ( ) or the right trigger key ( ) and hold for approx. 1 second. The Handheld switches on. Note! The Handheld automatically switches to standby mode approx. 2 minutes after the key is last pressed. Note! The device switches on automatically when connected to the USB or PS/2 interface on your computer. Switching off the Handheld The Handheld switches off automatically if it remains idle for more than 2 hours. 25

26 Commissioning 6.2 Basic operation Navigation through menus Key Up navigation key ( ) Down navigation key ( ) Enter navigation key ( ) Left softkey ( ) Right softkey ( ) Function Browse upwards in different menus and submenus Browse downwards in different menus and submenus Select menus, submenus and individual menu entries Function depends on the menu. You can usually use this key to confirm a command (e.g. OK) or execute a command (e.g. read). Function depends on the menu. You can usually use this key to terminate or abort a command (e.g. ESC). Activating/Deactivating menu entries Activate/Deactivate a menu entry follows: 1. Press the up navigation key ( ) or the down navigation key ( ) to browse to the required menu entry. The menu entry currently selected is highlighted in black. 2. Press the Enter navigation key ( ) to activate the menu entry. An asterisk appears in front of the activated menu entry. 3. Press the Enter navigation key again ( ) to deactivate the menu entry. The asterisk in front of the deactivated menu entry disappears Data entry 4. Press the left softkey ( ) to confirm your selection. Keys Input keys 0 to 9 ( to ) SHIFT input key ( ) CLEAR input key ( ) Function Entering numbers or letters (depending on the mode selected). Switching between the different input modes. (The selected mode appears on the left of the toolbar on the Handheld.) For data input fields: delete the last character entered. Within menus: exit menu. 26

27 Commissioning 6.3 Operating modes Caution! Data loss An incorrectly preset interface may lead to data loss. Make sure that the Handheld is connected to the interface (USB, RS 232, Bluetooth) preset in the Handheld. If necessary, use another interface cable or modify the settings in the Handheld Wireless operation (batch mode) For certain applications, wireless operation of the Handheld is recommended. As soon as you remove the interface cable (USB, RS 232 cable), or you are outside the range of a Bluetooth connection, the Handheld switches automatically to "Batch mode": In this mode, the data read is buffered in the internal memory of the Handheld. This allows you to transfer the data saved in the Handheld to a computer at a later time. Note! Using batteries You will require a battery or a handle with integral battery to use the Handheld without a cable as well as for cable operation with RS232. A battery is not usually required for cable mode via USB. However, this depends on the strength of the current supplied from the USB connection on the computer. If the computer does not supply sufficient current to the USB connection, you will require a USB hub with separate bulk power supply or a battery for the Handheld. This optional accessory (see chapter 4.5) is available from Pepperl+Fuchs Cable operation: RS 232 Adjusting the settings for the RS 232 interface on the Handheld Adjust the settings for the RS 232 communication interface on the Handheld as follows: 1. Select Settings > Communication 2. Activate the interface RS232. The RS232 submenu opens. 3. Configure the relevant parameters. 4. Press the left softkey ( ) to confirm your entries. The interface is now activated. 5. Press the right softkey ( ) to exit the menu. Tip Further information on interface settings see chapter

28 Commissioning Connecting the interface cable to the Handheld To connect the interface cable to the Handheld, proceed as follows: 1. Turn the 8-pin DIN plug so that the arrows on the plug are pointing downwards. 2. Hold the Handheld in your hand with the controls facing upwards. 3. Insert the plug into the corresponding cable connection socket on the Handheld. 4. Press the plug firmly into the cable connection socket until the locking device audibly engages. The interface cable is now connected to the Handheld. Note! Connection cable with fitted grip If you have mounted the Handheld to the optional grip, connect the interface cable to the cable connection socket on the grip. Connecting the Handheld to the computer via the RS 232 interface cable Connect the Handheld to the computer as follows: 1. Switch off the computer. 2. Connect the RS 232 plug on the interface cable to the RS 232 interface on the computer. 3. Connect the low-voltage plug on the power supply unit to the low-voltage socket on the RS 232 interface cable. 4. Connect the power supply unit to the mains power supply. 5. Switch on the computer. The Handheld switches on automatically once you have connected it to the computer. The symbols and are displayed in the toolbar. 28

29 Commissioning Cable operation: PS/2 Adjusting the settings for the PS/2 interface on the Handheld Adjust the settings for the PS/2 communication interface on the Handheld as follows: 1. Select Settings > Communication 2. Activate the PS2 interface. A prompt appears asking you whether you wish to use the Handheld in PS2 mode. 3. Press the left softkey ( ) to confirm your selection. The interface is now activated. 4. Press the right softkey ( ) to exit the menu. Note! Required PS/2 interface cable You will require a PS/2 interface cable with the following connectors to connect the Handheld to the computer: 8-pin DIN connector for connection to the Handheld. PS/2 socket for connecting an external keyboard. PS/2 connector for connection to the computer. Connecting the interface cable to the Handheld To connect the interface cable to the Handheld, proceed as follows: 1. Turn the 8-pin DIN plug so that the arrows on the plug are pointing downwards. 2. Hold the Handheld in your hand with the controls facing upwards. 3. Insert the plug into the corresponding cable connection socket on the Handheld. 4. Press the plug firmly into the cable connection socket until the locking device audibly engages. The interface cable is now connected to the Handheld. Connecting the Handheld to the computer via the PS/2 interface cable Connect the Handheld to the computer as follows: 1. Switch off the computer. 2. If an external keyboard is connected to the computer, disconnect it. 3. If you are using a USB keyboard, connect the keyboard to the PS/2 socket on the interface cable using a suitable adapter. If you are using a keyboard with PS/2 plug, insert the plug directly into the PS/2 socket on the interface cable. 4. Connect the PS/2 plug on the interface cable to the keyboard port on the computer. 5. Switch on the computer. The Handheld switches on automatically once you have connected it to the computer. The symbols and are displayed in the toolbar. Voltage is supplied to the Handheld via the PS/2 interface. An additional power supply unit is therefore not necessary. 29

30 Commissioning Cable operation: USB Adjusting the USB interface settings on the Handheld Adjust the settings for the USB communication interface on the Handheld as follows: 1. Select Settings > Communication 2. Activate the interface USB. The USB submenu opens. 3. Press the Enter navigation key ( ) to activate the desired mode. 4. Press the left softkey ( ) to confirm your entries. The interface is now activated. 5. Press the right softkey ( ) to exit the menu. Tip Further information on interface settings see chapter Connecting the interface cable to the Handheld To connect the interface cable to the Handheld, proceed as follows: 1. Turn the 8-pin DIN plug so that the arrows on the plug are pointing downwards. 2. Hold the Handheld in your hand with the controls facing upwards. 3. Insert the plug into the corresponding cable connection socket on the Handheld. 4. Press the plug firmly into the cable connection socket until the locking device audibly engages. The interface cable is now connected to the Handheld. Note! Connection cable with fitted grip If you have mounted the Handheld to the optional grip, connect the interface cable to the cable connection socket on the grip. Connecting the Handheld to the computer via the USB interface cable Connect the Handheld to the computer as follows: Insert the USB plug on the interface cable into a free USB port on the computer. It does not matter whether the computer is switched on or off. The Handheld switches on automatically once you have connected it to the computer. The symbols and are displayed in the toolbar. 30

31 Commissioning Operating with Bluetooth This Handheld has a wireless Bluetooth interface with a class 1 radio device that enables wireless point-to-point communication with other Bluetooth-compatible devices. If the other Bluetooth-compatible device also has a class 1 radio device, this results in a range of approx. 100 m in free field. The ranges of connections with a Bluetooth-compatible class 2 or 3 device are correspondingly shorter. If the Handheld is outside the range, it saves the read data in the internal memory. The Handheld continues attempting to send the read data until the connection to the Bluetoothcompatible device is restored. As soon as the Handheld sends the data to the Bluetoothcompatible device, the data is deleted automatically from the internal memory. Note! You will require a MAC address to establish a connection between the Handheld and a Bluetooth-compatible device. This MAC address is usually printed next to the serial number on the Bluetooth device or in the manual accompanying your Bluetooth device. Connecting the Handheld via Bluetooth Establish a connection between the Handheld and a Bluetooth-compatible device (e.g. laptop with corresponding Bluetooth USB dongle) as follows: 1. Select Settings > Communication. 2. Activate the Bluetooth interface. The Bluetooth submenu opens. 3. Press the Enter navigation key ( ) to activate the desired mode. 4. Enter the MAC address in the data input field of menu entry BD_MAC. 5. Press the left softkey ( ) to confirm your entries. The connection between the two devices is established. Under certain circumstances, you may have to wait a few moments before the connection is established. The symbols and are displayed in the toolbar. Tip Further information on interface settings see chapter

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