BIS M system

FLORENCE, KY (June 2006) - Balluff has expanded its line of RFID systems to include a new inexpensive line that provides fast, economical on-the-fly industrial data tracking. The BIS M system is specifically designed for continuously moving applications requiring large amounts of industrial data carriers, and operates at an industry-standard 13.56 MHz frequency. To provide greater flexibility and keep cost to a minimum, the BIS M system uses four types of economical data carriers that handle a wide range of logistics and automation data tracking applications involving pallets, totes, or containers.

The BIS M system consists of a choice of three read/write heads, including M18 and M30 barrel type, rugged industrial remote processors available in plastic or metal compatible with Interbus, Profibus, DeviceNet, Ethernet/IP or Modbus TCP interfaces, plus the four types of data carriers. To handle continuously moving applications, the BIS M system reads 64 bytes of data in 70 ms at a velocity of 76 m/min and writes 64 bytes in 200 ms at a velocity of 30 m/min.

Balluff Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Balluff GmbH & Co., Neuhausen, Germany, is a leading manufacturer of a wide range of inductive, optical, capacitive and magnetic sensors as well as linear position transducers and ID systems. Balluff products for OEM and factory floor solutions are used to control, regulate, automate, assemble, position, and monitor manufacturing, assembly, and packaging sequences for industries including metalworking, automotive, plastics, material handling, wood processing, aerospace, electrical, and electronics.

Contact:
Tom Draper
Balluff Inc.
8125 Holton Drive
Florence, KY 41042
800-543-8370
[email protected]
www.balluff.com

In Canada only, contact Norman J. Clarke, VP & Gen. Mgr., Balluff Canada, 2840 Argentia Road, Unit # 2, Mississauga, ON L5N 8G4, Phone 1-800-927-9654 or Tel: 905-816-1494, 905-816-1411, E-mail: [email protected]

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