Shop Floor Client Configuration Cards Recommendations

Shop Floor Client Configuration Cards Recommendations

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Shop Floor Client Configuration Cards Recommendations outlines the recommendations when configuring client cards. If you have need more information or have any questions, contact Support.

  • Create one Shop Floor client configuration card per scanning station on the floor.
  • Assign the Client Configuration Cards via the local IP addresses of the scanning station (requires fixed IPs on the floor’s computers). You must create the Shop Floor client cards and ensure that everything is configured, including unique consumption and output batches (ideal, especially in larger shops). The client cards give you the flexibility to create unique configurations for different work centers, such as whether to output or not, and filters to define what operations are visible in the dispatch lists, among other things.
  • The Ranking Order column determines which Shop Floor client card is assigned first. The system begins at the lowest entry (1) and determines if that filter applies to the scanning station. If the filter applies, that Shop Floor client card is used; otherwise, the subsequent ranked entries are looked at until one entry works.
  • You can assign Shop Floor client cards are with * to indicate a wildcard in the Filter field. You can enter values such as, 192.168.8.*, 10.0.*.*, etc. This is also possible via the Shop Floor groups.
  • You can set the Shop Floor client card on the Shop Floor employee, and this overrides the other filters. If assigning Shop Floor client cards on the Shop Floor employee cards, set “Config No. Behavior” found on the Shop Floor setup page set to “Change On Login”. This new setting is only available in version 7.9 of Shop Floor Insight.

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