Many label printing options exist to identify the needs of certain WIP / Batch printing applications. (Click here for finished product label printing).
Labels can be designed in bartender, saved and sent as text files to Serial, FTP or Networked Label Printers with the following information.
Standard Label Fields
Job Number, Batch Number, Recipe Code, Recipe Description, Operator Code, Operator Name, Produced Date & Time, Batch Expiration Date & Time (based on shortest ingredient expiration or fixed time), Mix Size, Batch Size, Nett & Gross Weighing, Container Count user defined fields.
Labeling Events (batch events which generate labels)
Batch end, container change (prompted of programmed), separate ingredients, non-weighed items (whole bags etc), suspended batch, aborted batch.
The SG15 Touch Screen is a NEMA4X (IP66) heavy industrial computer designed for harsh manufacturing applications. It is usually supplied with a stainless steel fabricated stand with a built in scale, however the terminal can be supplied and connected to most existing scales and balances using internal connections.
The terminal is constructed using compression seals to maximize ingress protection. Cables entries are sealed and protected.
The Terminals are supplied with software applications which run on Windows or Linux as a background operating system.
Stainless steel stands, scales and printer enclosures are fully welded and polished to high manufacturing standards.
- Weighing Equipment (4 x analogue inputs, 4 x serial RS232 inputs).
- Bar-code Readers (hardwired USB or Bluetooth)
- Label & RFID Printers (network)
- Report Printers (network)
- Temperature Probes (serial RS232)
- PLC & switchgear (serial or network)
The terminals utilize TCP/IP communications to a database using a wired or wireless LAN. This allows multiple Terminal to communicate with a central database. Terminal support is conducted using VNC or RDC.