Compact design, 1 m range, automatic configuration
BIS V now also speaks UHF
The new write/read head BIS VU-320 expands the range of BIS-V products by adding UHF functionality. The compact UHF write/read head features function and status LED indicators which are particularly easy to see from any direction. With a typical reading range of 1 m, the UHF system is especially suited to monitoring production processes, controlling material flow and for use in assembly plants. It is also ideal for traceability solutions due to its multi-tag capability which allows up to 50 data carriers to be detected at once.
With auto set-up at the touch of a button
The integrated power scan function is a highlight. It offers automatic adaptation to the UHF data carrier which is to be detected. And it guarantees the optimum configuration in each application without the need to spend time manually setting parameters. This is even possible at the touch of a button on the device itself: The BIS VU-320 is the only device in its class in the world to have an auto set-up function. The write/read head automatically adapts to the environmental conditions. And it can be started up in an extremely short time.
Versatile – very robust
The robust design of the short-range write/read head provides optimum assistance for use. It remains reliable even in harsh environments. Standard accessories can be used for installation in the plant. The use of standard connection cables for the BIS V evaluation unit is particularly advantageous. This means that the cable length from the evaluation unit to the write/read head can reach up to 50 m.
- All standard interfaces available via BIS V
- Function and status LEDs which can be seen from any direction
- Typical reading range of 1 m
- Multi-tag capable (maximum of 50 data carriers)
- Integrated power scan function
- Auto set-up at the touch of a button
- Standard connection cables can be used
Multi-tag detection in production and material flow: With a reading range of up to 1 m, all product and batch information is available at a central point.