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Article | April 8, 2014
Intelligrated: Entry-level picking solution
Designed for both simple and complex operations, the RTS Trak3 cL pick-to-light system from Intelligrated utilizes bright flashing lights and easy-to-read LED displays to provide clear direction to pick locations and quantities in a variety of fulfillment methods, including cluster and batch picking.
The system, which uses hardware from its subsidiary company, Knighted (www.knightedsoftware.com), offers scalable operational features and flexible workflows for quick startup and improved order fulfillment. Multicolor devices enable concurrent activity in the shared zones, such as multiple active order fillers or quick batch viewed by color-coded picking for shorter walk times and improved labor productivity.
The simple design enables easy implementation and training, while durable construction and 24/7 support ensure maximum uptime and reliability.
Integrated with Knighted fulfillment execution software, each RTS Trak3 cL pick-to-light system can scale to meet increased capacity requirements and augments existing WMS or ERP systems to provide advanced planning, management, and reporting tools to optimize light-directed operations. Each module can function as a single or dual location, with dedicated high-speed device-level controllers that enable easy configuration for multiple fulfillment workflows.
Constructed from a durable aluminum base for easy mounting to any type of shelving or racking, modules also include a cover plate for a clean look and protection from dirt. Reliable snap-in installation prevents devices from being dislodged when unloading or replenishing slots. The compact form of each picking module allows dense placement and precise alignment. Ergonomic acknowledgement buttons use redundant actuators for reliable response to light finger pressure.
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