This article describes how to install the Pick to Light system.
To be able to put the Pick to Light system into operation, you need the following hardware:
In order for the Pick to Light controller to be able to establish the connection to your ELAM Solutions system immediately, a total of 5x jumpers must be correctly assigned. The assignment is always the same for each controller. Take the Pick to Light Controller in your hand and assign the jumpers on the Pick to Light Controller as shown in the following figure:
The following figure shows the basic structure of the rail, contact profile and module as an overview.
Saw the rail accordingly and deburr sharp edges.
Press the contact profile with the female connector upwards into the profile rail.
Saw off the protruding contact profile.
5. drill the following holes in the rail
Tip: Plan the accommodation of the cables into the dimensioning of the rail. The cables can then be easily led off to the side.
Tip: If you need to connect several levels together, it can also be practical to run the individual cables through holes.
Screw the rail to your shelf / workstation.
WARNING: Never move a module left and right when it is attached to the rail. This will break the pin contacts of the module. In this case, any warranty claim will also be voided. Instead, remove the module and then move the module. The best way to do this is to use a spatula and lever the module out of the rail.
See an example of the pick to light components with wires:
The Pick to Light controller is always attached to the outermost edge of the rail.
Once the Pick to Light controller establishes a connection with your ELAM system, all modules are automatically created in the ELAM Administration.
Each module has a unique serial number that ELAM automatically enters into the tool name. You can find the serial number under the barcode on the modules.
In order to use the Pick to Light modules, you must assign the modules to a station where they will be used.