Batch Processing

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Batch Processing

The completion of a number of tasks by a computer without manual input by a person. A computer can be programmed to use batch processing in order to make it faster and more efficient. Batch processing traces its roots to the invention of the modern computer in the 1950s and 1960s.
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Quantity or scope: of all rescue batch control benefit and protection equipment against falls
Assuming you have stringent batch control, you should also be able to identify precisely which shipment of raw materials delivered to the factory went into that batch.
Burkert offers a comprehensive "inline program" with each of these units incorporating an open-cell inline rotor: (1) Type 8030 Flow Sensor, for continuous flow measurement; (2) Type 8032 "All-in-One" Inline Rotor Flow Transmitter/Switch, for easy on/off control; (3) Type 8035 Digital Flow Transmitter, for continuous flow measurement and batch control.
Moving further into the range, options including high-speed batch control for filling and packaging, sequential batch control for 'ratio critical' mixtures and menu batch controllers for multiple-product processes, are all now available.
The base unit is engineered for readout of total and rate as well as all batch control functions such as batch count readout, operator-entered batch preset and start/stop resume valve control.
Function blocks and batch control logic reside in the same module.
Plant Communication - With iCrete Link, producers can remotely establish bi-directional communication with their plant assets and without ripping and replacing their legacy execution systems, including batch control, dispatch, quality control, truck tracking and fleet and fuel maintenance, among others.
Tenders are invited for SCBC batch control form 1-part.
Ruggedized tablet computer works with company's BatchTron batch control system and BatchLink Order Entry or Reporting software to give the user full control of all batching functions.
When the customer is ready to serve, the product is taken out of refrigerated storage and re-heated in hot water whilst still in the plastic casings in which it has been stored, resulting in effortless batch control.
This means for example having varied batch control and auditing functionality, being able to accurately track and cost goods movements, boasting wide labour management tools, reports and graphics, including over 20 standard interfaces including to enterprise systems such as SAP and able to work with a wide variety of hardware.