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A sample point is the applications term for a location where the samples have been taken for weighing. If you have multiple production lines you will want to create a sample point for each one. The sample point is recorded in the database with the results so that it's possible to filter them when reporting.
  
 
== Scales ==
 
== Scales ==

Latest revision as of 13:20, 9 September 2019

Weight Checks Module

This functionality is included in version 7.14 of Commander4j. If you are running an older version you will need to upgrade before you will be able to use the options shown here.


Capturing Weights Results from Scales

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This screen shows the operator panel where data from the scales is recorded in the database and plotted on screen. You will need to configure the other screens before you can use this. See [Scales], Workstations, TNE's (Tolerable Negative Errors), Product Groups and Container Codes

Reporting on Weight Checks

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Weight checks reports detailed.jpg

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Weight checks reports t1 or t2.jpg

Sample Points

Weight checks sample points.jpg A sample point is the applications term for a location where the samples have been taken for weighing. If you have multiple production lines you will want to create a sample point for each one. The sample point is recorded in the database with the results so that it's possible to filter them when reporting.

Scales

Weight checks scales.jpg

Workstations

Weight checks workstations.jpg

TNE's (Tolerable Negative Errors)

Weight checks tnes.jpg

Product Groups

Weight checks product groups.jpg

Container Codes

Weight checks container codes.jpg

Material Administration

Weight checks materials.jpg

System Keys

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There are only 2 entries in the System Keys table which relate to Weight Checks.

WEIGHT SAMPLE FREQUENCY is used generate a reminder when a sample check is due and is assumed to be the number of minutes.

WEIGHT SAMPLE SIZE determines the number of samples which are to be weighed during each sample session. This is currently a global setting for all weight check