Sterling Systems & Controls Semi-Automatic Hand Prompt Batching Station
The Sterling Systems & Controls Semi-Automatic Hand Prompt Batching Station is designed to eliminate bad batches typically associated with manual batching, and assist in meeting product safety goals with lot tracking and batch validation capabilities.
Suitable for a range of industrial applications, the batching station uses operator involvement through each step in the batching process, and provides automated operator instructions or prompting, ingredient lot tracking, automatic weighing with over/under tolerance control, compliance with recipe/formula, etc. Eliminating bad batches resulting from operator error and interruption is a primary benefit.
The unit’s PC will prompt the operator to add ingredients to the batch for weighing, and will sequence an operator through the chosen recipe/formula one ingredient at time. It is designed to ensure that each ingredient added to the container is within programmed weight tolerance, and that the ingredient lot is correctly logged before the batching station will index to the next required ingredient.
As batches are produced, the batching station records the ingredient and batch data, and can locally print batch reports.
If an alarm condition occurs during the batch creation, the system can print an alarm message. Batching reports can be printed automatically at the end of a batch, or can be recalled and printed on demand through either the unit’s software or WebCentral (optional supervisory control software application).
A barcode scanner can be provided and attached to the batching station using a NEMA 4X quick disconnect bulkhead connector mounted on the control panel. A wireless version of the barcode scanner is also available.
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