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The ELS (Electronic Shelf Label) with ePaper technology will also be used in the Pick by ePaper picking in the warehouse as auxiliary technology. The displays are supplied with small long-term batteries and are operated without cabling by LUCA-Server are being driven.
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The ePaper displays are NOT suitable as a replacement for Pick-by-Light. The speed of the update depends on the size of the displays, and ranges from 5 to 40 seconds. The flashing LED (green) can be activated in approx. one second. For this reason, ePaper displays are used for static marking of storage locations, SET formation and as a replacement for paper labels. The sequence wagons in the automotive industry are marked with ePaper displays instead of paper lists. ePaper is only conditionally suitable as an order picking system.
The communication between the display LUCA-Serverand the individual displays takes place bidirectionally via the transceivers. Depending on the warehouse layout, a transceiver must be positioned every approx. 24 meters to supply all displays with data. The transceivers are supplied with data and power via the POE network without additional power supplies. The installation is very simple and can partly be done on site.
After updating the display, only the economical receiver remains active and "waits" for the new telegrams. The patented data transmission between the AccessPoints is bidirectional and uses a reflective light signal, which guarantees absolute power saving and stability compared to other radio-based market products. The battery lasts for 2-7 years, depending on the frequency of updating.
The ePaper technology is very well known from the eBooks. The ESL (Electronic Shelf Labels) have conquered the big supermarket chains. The information on the ePaper display is updated using the battery power. After the update, the display no longer needs power to display the information. The content of the advertisement can be freely designed. The control is carried out via the central LUCA-Server.