2/14/2006

Electronic In-mold Traceability

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PCS Company (Fraser, MI) offers the newest innovation in traceability, with the fully automated EDS 2 by Eleda CUMSA.

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PCS Company (Fraser, MI) offers the newest innovation in traceability, with the fully automated EDS 2 by Eleda CUMSA. The EDS 2 allows full automation to up to 6 date inserts, allowing for precision, accountability, in real time. The simplistic design and ease of installation make the EDS II user friendly. Twelve millimeter date stamps (your choice of year, month, day, hour, and five minute intervals) are installed into the molding surface. An interface connector attaches to the mold and is wired to the open/close relay of the molding press. In addition this interface also houses the ports for up to six dater wires. A small electronic control unit mounts to the interface to enable programming of the daters as well as monitor cycles. The simple to use controller may be password protected for security. With a PC and optional networking software, a molder can network together up to twenty-five injection machines. This provides an opportunity for molders to easily monitor several molds simultaneously.
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