Digital Assortment Solution

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Wireless digital indicators: what pioneer users say
The ultimate in usability

Do you have trouble with distribution requirements that change daily, making it impossible to keep fixed layouts or to secure reserve space for sorting? DIGI's wireless digital sorting system helps by dramatically rationalizing sorting work.

Customer Needs

  1. Reduce sorting errors and increase work efficiency
  2. Make effective use of shipping space

Emphasizes the operational aspects of sorting management

Digital indicators, printers, and terminal devices designed for the work place are joined together in a network, and DIGI's original TAS-Pro software uses them to enable sorting with flexible layouts. This system is sure to provide full satisfaction in terms of both functionality and cost of introduction.

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Easy-to-read indicators

The PLT series of wireless digital indicators features more display digits than previous models. Using a 6-digit display helps make work easier by providing for a greater range of expression; for example, indicating "case, box, or loose", or "box 3 digits, loose 2 digits".

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Flexibly adapts to changes in quantity

The PLT series can be easily attached to or moved between handling equipment such as foldable containers and roll palettes, and provides optimal support for sorting work regardless of changes in work space location or layout.

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Special terminals feature easy operation

The MVP-3000 sorting terminal is equipped with a large touch panel display and features multiple functions, and can be used to check balances and monitor progress as well as for sorting. It can also be used to keep records of sorting work, helping to reduce waiting time.

Ability to optimize work site layout gives sorting efficiency a big boost

Asahi Shokuhin Co., Ltd., Kansai-low-temperature Branch

Adapting to changing work site conditions "on the fly"

Introduction of digital wireless capability accommodates free positioning of carts, allowing layout to be adjusted for optimum efficiency. This reduces time required for sorting, particularly with the varying workload of seasonal products, and helps reduce shipping errors.

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