PPT_XF_Benefits of RFID

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Benefits of RFID
J.-D. Chatelain
©Contrinex 2013 - JDC
PPT_XF_Benefits of RFID
Conveyor belts
Costs without RFID
J.-D. Chatelain
©Contrinex 2013 - JDC
PPT_XF_Benefits of RFID
Reception and Stock
1 person for stock
input control
management
Reception Machining
and Stock
1 person for machining
Painting and
Machining
Drying
1 person to manage painting process
Painting and
Mounting
Drying
1 person to prepare
manage the
the containers
mounting
of the device
Mounting
Testing
1 person to do tests and to record
results
Packing
Testing
1 person for packing and archiving
of the data
Shipping
Packing
1
Estimation:
person for1shipping
extra-person to correct
human errors
Costs with RFID
J.-D. Chatelain
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PPT_XF_Benefits of RFID
Reception
Input control and fixing a
transponder on the raw material
The state of the raw material is
written into the tag.
1 person for reception
LF Read/Write Modules (RWMs)
Reception
to
control
the
stock.
Input
control
and
fixing a
transponder
on the
Each
time a part
of raw
raw material
material is
The stateitofwill
debitted,
theautomatically
raw materialbe
is
written into the tag.
corresponding tag
LF Read/Write Modules to
(RWMs)
to controlthe
program
theproduction
stock.
line
Stock time
is updated
Each
a part of raw material is
debitted,
it will automatically
be
The
parameters
for the machining
written intoofthe
programs
thecorresponding
production linetag
are introduced into the
transponder affixed to the carrier.
The parameters are read and the
machine which makes the work is
programmed in accordance
1 person to control LF RFID system
Painting
Read/Write
Modules to program
the production line
The
parameters
Stock
is updatedare read and the
machine
is programmed
in
The parameters
for the machining
accordance
programs of the production line
are introduced into the
transponder affixed to the carrier.
The parameters are read and the
machine which makes the work is
programmed in accordance
Painting
Mounting and Testing
A HF RFID system will be
used.
Mounting and Testing
instructions are stored in
the transponder fixed on a
new container.
1 person to manage the
HF RFID system
The parameters are read and the
machine is programmed in
accordance
Mounting and Testing
A HFdevice
The
RFID system
is mounted
will be
used.
following
the instructions
stored
in the
Mounting
andtransponder.
Testing
instructions
Data
relatedare
to the
stored in
the transponder
mounting
are written
fixedinto
on a
newtransponder
the
container.
1 person to manage the mounting
process
Mounting
Testing
Test device
The
parameters
is mounted
are read
from the transponder
following
the instructions
and
transferred
stored
in thetotransponder.
the test
machine
Data related to the
Tests are performed
mounting
are written into
the
Testtransponder
results are written into
the transponder
Packing
Testing
Test parameters
Data
are read and
are read
from the transponder and
archived.
transferred
to the
Papers relative
to test
shipping
machine
are printed.
Tests are performed
Test results are written into
the transponder
1 person for packing and archiving
of the data
Shipping
Packing
Data are read and
archived.
Papers relative to shipping
are printed.
1 person for shipping
NETWORKS
• Industrial network
• RS485 low frequency networks
• HF ContriNet
With RFID
Without
RFID
The investments due to the RFID must be added to the personal costs
RFID profitable
Total costs without RFID
Total costs with RFID
Investments
related to RFID
Breakeven
Unique Selling Propositions
Contrinex Low Frequency (LF) RFID
RFID profitable
• Working in metallic environment
• Working in harsh environment
• Reading and Writing through metals
Total costs without RFID
Total costs with RFID
Contrinex High Frequency (HF) RFID
• Easy to make a network
General RFID
Investments
related to RFID
•
•
•
•
•
Allows an automated production
Reliability
Flexibility
Avoid human errors
TraceabilityBreakeven
End
Benefits
of this chapter
of RFID
J.-D. Chatelain
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PPT_XF_Benefits of RFID
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