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Integrated Controller and Data Logger Do Batch Processing

Watlow has added a batch processing feature to its powerful F4T temperature and process controller and D4T data logger.

Watlow Integrated Controller and Data Logger Do Batch Processing
Watlow Integrated Controller and Data Logger Do Batch Processing

The batch processing feature is suitable for OEMs and end users with thermal processes who seek to collect manufacturing part processing thermal data, simplifying and automating data record entry and reports. Users can enter non-thermal “batch” or job-related processing type data using a wireless scanner connected to the USB port in either unit. The devices can also collect and data log all desired thermal process data into a data log record and combine the non-thermal batch or job information from the bar code entries along with the thermal data log record to produce an exportable batch report. Unlike using tedious and costly manual steps to accomplish data processing or skipping the data entry and collection altogether, this maximizes productivity flow, increases manufacturing quality assurances, reduces risks and costs associated with quality escapes, performs foolproof thermal processing and issues a hassle-free, formatted report. It helps enable regulatory compliance because the report can be stored as a secured, tamperproof paperless record and is easily archived for future reference needs.

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