Have you heard the word "algorithm"?
You may have heard of algorithm but most of you may never handle it by yourself and
leave it to your serviceperson. This paper explains what algorithm is as well as both
advantages and disadvantages of finding different algorithms.
When using a checkweigher, you may have experienced a sudden occurrence of
a double product error. Frequent double product error can decrease productivity.
This paper will focus on the error and propose a solution.
The primary purpose of a checkweigher is to measure the weight of products and
reject unacceptable under or overweight products. In addition to measuring product
weight, checkweighers can be also used for quality control purposes. This paper
introduces how to improve the quality of your product using a histogram.
A checkweigher is widely known as an automatic machine that che cks the weight of items as
they pass through a production line. Y ou may have one at your facility but if yours is not
appropriate for your production line, it may undermine producti on efficiency. There are various
technical parameters for a checkweigher including weighing rang e, conveying capacity,
measurement accuracy and scale interval, among which this paper explains measurement
accuracy along with basic functions of a checkweigher .
Technical Note Vol.4 took up product effect as a factor contributes to false
detection of metal detector, and introduced Auto-Tracking function of Anritsu
duw metal detector, which prevents false detection by compensating for phase
shift caused by product effect. This issue will explain what phase is all about and
how Auto-Tracking function works on phase.
Last time we introduced factors in external environment that affect metal detector
performance. This time we feature another factor, product effect.
Metal detectors are the most commonly used equipment for contaminant
detection. Yet many users face "false detection".
In this issue we explain the causes and solutions of "false detection".
Metal detectors and X-ray inspection systems are widely used for contaminant
inspection. Is a metal detector alone sufficient enough? Can an x-ray inspection
system detect all types of contaminants ?
Let's see how these two systems detect contaminants.
Bulk product inspection by x-ray inspection systems are always receiving
significant attention in exhibitions. How is this system different from others?
What products are ideal for the inspection? Let us explain the outline and look
at the possibilities.