Murata RFID PCB Tag (UHF) With Magicstrap (Incl. Schneider Usecase)

  • 1,752 views
Uploaded on

Use case of RFID on PCB. See how easy it is to add RFID function to an electronics product from the inside. Stick to your standard SMD process. Traceability is only one of the many possible functions …

Use case of RFID on PCB. See how easy it is to add RFID function to an electronics product from the inside. Stick to your standard SMD process. Traceability is only one of the many possible functions that provide added value. Pure RFID magic.

More in: Business , Technology
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
1,752
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
21
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Creating Value While Using UHF RFID Electronics: PCB Tagging with Magicstrap    
  • 2. RFID System – Basic Elements 3 Elements of an RFID System    
  • 3. RFID System – Tag Elements MAGICSTRAP® is a Tag Component Tag/Inlay Antenna (PET film etc.) (Cu, Al, Sn etc.) Strap a IC ICUHF - IC Module Substrate    
  • 4. Rethinking Tags: Reduce to the MAGICSTRAP® Efficiently use existing metallization as antenna Food Packages Electronics Pharmacy Tag/Inlay Instead of adding cost Antenna (PET film etc.) (Cu, Al, Sn etc.) Expensive
  • 5. Rethinking Tags: Reduce to the MAGICSTRAP® Efficiently use existing metallization as antenna Food Packages Electronics Pharmacy Simply place the Magicstrap on an existing metallization layer (e.g. aluminum layer on the food package or ground plane in the PCB) and it will be used as a booster antenna. Depending on the size, permittivities and form factors you can achieve several meters of read range.
  • 6. 4 Types of reference antenna on PCB Type1 Type2 Type3 Type410cm 3.2x1.3cm 1.2x1.0cm (4.2cm2) 0.5x0.5cm 0.5x1.0cm (1.2cm2) (0.25cm2) (0.5cm2) MAGICSTRAP® 4cmRead range 0.7m 1.6m 3.6m 5m (at 4W EIRP, 915MHz, with 6dBi directivity antenna and circularly polarized wave    
  • 7. What is inside of MAGICSTRAP® ? RFID IC Resin mold MAGICSTRAP® Substrate Ceramic Multilayer (LTCC) Low Temperature Cofired CeramicsEmbedded RF circuit- RFID IC- RF (matching) circuit in LTCC - Wideband antenna filter – all global UHF RFID bands covered - ESD protection - Antenna for Magnetic Coupling Environmental Friendly: 100% GREEN materials    
  • 8. How does MAGICSTRAP® work on PCB? MAGICSTRAP® Conventional Dipole Antenna mounting position 1 Dipole Antenna with wide area 2 PCB antenna with MAGICSTRAP® 3 PCB ground MAGICSTRAP® recognizes the PCB as a dipole antenna. MAGICSTRAP® makes stable RFID tag on PCB. Confidential
  • 9. Simply Add Some Magic to Your PCB Supply Chain Management Traceability Conventional PCB without RFID tag function AP® ICSTR MAG 1. xxx 2. xxxxxxxxx 3. xxx 4. xxxx 5. 6. xxxxx xx Advanced PCB 7. 8. xx xx with RFID tag function Anti-CounterfeitAdd MAGICSTRAP® and your PCB will become a full RFID Tag!    
  • 10. And explore the added value by UHF RFID Traceability Supply Chain Example ! Management MAGICSTRAP® inside! Anti-CounterfeitingThe product itself will become a full RFID Tag over the whole value chain!    
  • 11. Use Case: The Schneider Automation business Seligenstadt (Germany) Schneider Automation Gmbh Shanghaï (China ) €400 Millions business Schneider Electric investment Ltd 1200 employees. 4 subsidiaries around the world 4 R&D locations 1 specialized factoryNorth Andover (North America)Schneider Automation INC Carros, Sophia (France) Schneider Automation S.A.S
  • 12. Actual Use Case Magicstrap on PCB Schneider Electrics - France
  • 13. Current product tracking solutions PCB • Laser marking 2D code on each PCB identification – Collect assembly process parameters – Process interlock PCBA • 2D matrix code sticker after coating assembly – Used as anti error system in FAT and test lines • HF RFID tag – Removed and recycled Coating FAT1 FAT2 FAT…
  • 14. Schneider approach to RFID• Compensate tag over cost by productivity gain – Replace multiple labeling by one SMD component UHF tag – Tag cost is the key figure – Assembly cost can be neglected – Use the same tag along PCBA assembly process and FAT process• Evaluate implementation constraints
  • 15. What can Magicstrap do for Schneider ? Access PCB panel data in line Hold more data before/after reflow Access multipleAccess tagged PCBA data after PCBA data into a shielded conformal coating product (with precautions)
  • 16. TraceItAll solution Cost Component cost is compensated by process savings ROI All identification operation are suppressed Real time data capture increase precision of process Quality control Product history is archived On demand data can be included into the product Service They remain accessible in a running configuration Energy savings 102 MWh for one yearEnvironment Product end of live recycling processing data
  • 17. Magic Keys for Value Creation- Start with closed loop scenario (production & traceability) but additional values over whole process identified - Anti-counterfeiting - Maintenance - Recycling - ...- Use Smart Tag Solution based on existing process- Transform the product- Add RFID uses Step by StepProject Partners & AIM Members Reader-Writers & System Solutions Antennas and Middleware    
  • 18. Take a R(F)IDe with measchmoldt@murata.de http://www.murata.com/products/rfid/index.html