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Fire Cache Warehouse Operations
First Time Usage
Battery Saving Tips
To Turn the scan gun Off After a Short Period of Non-Use:
Inbound shipments can be received at the dock location and then transferred to the storage location using a separate move task.
When required, a user can bypass deposit to the dock location and deposit directly to the storage location (NOTE: The user will need to input the storage location versus the system directing the user to a storage location.)
The steps described below should be followed for receiving inbound orders like POs and requisitions.
2. From the menu page, select ‘Receive’ and hit Enter
3. The Receive window displays the list of available document types
4. Select the ‘Inbound’ document type and hit Enter
5. In the resulting screen, enter the Shipment # if known, or else hit the ‘Go’ button to display a list of all shipments that can be received. The user can then click on the relevant shipment to be received.
6. This brings up the receiving screen where the user should scan the receiving location and then hit ‘Go’
7. The user then enters/scans the item ID of the item that is to be received and then hits ‘Go’.
8. In the resulting screen, the quantity to be received is entered. This may or may not match the original ordered quantity for the PO/Requisition. Also, the Receiving Disposition will default to RFI. The user can modify this as required to other pre-defined dispositions.
9. If there are more items to be scanned for the particular shipment, then step 8 can be repeated, else hit the ‘Done’ button until the shipment entry screen in step 5 is displayed.
10. If there are any more shipments to be received, steps 5 through 9 should be followed.
11. After a receipt is completed, the receipt can be closed using the “console” (PC-based application screens)
(A) Figure 4.1.1 Inbound Receipt – Resource
(B) Figure 4.1.2 Inbound Receipt – Menu Screen
(C) Figure 4.1.2 Inbound Receipt – Document Type
(D) Figure 4.1.3 Inbound Receipt – Details-choose go or enter Order Number
(E) Figure 4.1.4 Inbound Receipt – Details
(F) Figure 4.1.5 Inbound Receipt – Receipt Location
(G) Figure 4.1.6 Inbound Receipt – Receipt Item ID
(H) Figure 4.1.7 Inbound Receipt – Receipt Quantity (NOTE: Disposition Code defaults to RFI.
Putaway tasks are automatically generated whenever there is a receipt at the warehouse.
Since a typical warehouse has several different locations, the putaway process first asks for a reference location to be scanned.
This reference location tells the system where the operator is located in the warehouse.
Based on where the operator is located in the warehouse, the system presents the nearest putaway location to the user.
The following steps describe the putaway process using the scan gun:
Putaway process in ICBS
(A) Figure 4.2.1 Inbound Putaway – Menu Screen
(B) Figure 4.2.2 Inbound Putaway – Reference Location Scan (optional)
(C) Figure 4.2.3 Inbound Putaway – Deposit Location Scan
(D) Figure 4.2.4 Inbound Putaway-Item ID Scan
(E) Figure 4.2.5 Inbound Putaway-Trackable ID scan
(F) Figure 4.2.6 Inbound Putaway-Target Storage Location
The retrieval pick tasks are for outbound shipments for incident/other issues.
The retrieval pick tasks will be automatically generated when a shipment is created for the incident/other issue.
On the scan gun, the pick tasks will be split as two separate tasks – one for doing the actual pickup of the item from the pick location and another for doing the deposit (locating to a shipping area).
The following steps illustrate the processing of pick tasks for incident/other issues:
This will complete the pick task cycle.
The outbound pick task screen would need to display the following customized fields (not currently shown on the mock-up screens that follow):
for outbound shipments
(A) Figure 5.1.1 Outbound Pick – Retrieval
(B) Figure 5.1.2 Outbound Pick – Reference Location Scan (optional)
(C) Figure 5.1.3 Outbound Pick – Item & Qty Scan
(D) Figure 5.1.4 Outbound Pick – Location scan
(E) Figure 5.1.5 Outbound Pick – Item ID scan
(F) Figure 5.1.6 Outbound Pick – Target Location scan and Deposit All
(G) Figure 5.1.7 No Open Tasks
Ad hoc move requests that are created in the console will generate pick and deposit tasks that can be executed through the AIT mobile devices.
Ad-hoc moves may be created for several reasons, including movement of goods from the Receiving Dock to Storage or movement of product between two locations in storage.
It is particularly useful if authorized users are manually consolidating inventory locations to conserve space.
The process for executing ad-hoc move tasks is described below:
The following screen shots illustrate the ad-hoc move process:
(A) Figure 6.1.1 Ad Hoc Move – Main Menu (Ad Hoc Move)
(B) Figure 6.1.2 Ad Hoc Move – Equipment # (go)
(C) Figure 6.1.3 Ad Hoc Move –Source Location and Item scan
(D) Figure 6.1.4 Ad Hoc Move – Quantity to move
(E) Figure 6.1.5 Ad Hoc Move – Target location scan (Deposit All)
(F) No Open Tasks
The ICBS mobile terminal can be used to perform count tasks like:
The execution of counts may be either user-directed or system-directed.
In system-directed count tasks, the system suggests the count tasks to be executed and the user can scan the location or item to signify the acceptance of the count task.
In user-directed process, the user chooses the count tasks that need to be executed.
The following steps describe the execution of the count process. This process assumes that the original count request has already been created in the system, using the ICBS console User Interface (the PC-based application)
The following screen shots illustrate the count process:
(A) Figure 7.1.1 Physical/Cycle Count – Reference Location Scan
(B) Figure 7.1.2 Physical/Cycle Count – Count Location Scan
(C) Figure 7.1.3 Physical/Cycle Count – Item ID Scan
(D) Figure 7.1.4 Physical/Cycle Count – Count Quantity Scan
(E) Figure 7.1.5 Physical/Cycle Count – Complete Count
(F) Figure 7.1.6 Physical/Cycle Count – Accept Count
Execution of variance tasks is similar to the execution of normal count tasks.
The following screen shots
illustrate how variance counts are executed.
(A) Figure 7.2.1 Variance Tasks – Location Scan
(B) Figure 7.2.2 Variance Tasks – Inv Status Scan
(C) Figure 7.2.3 Variance Tasks – Variance Qty Scan
(D) Figure 7.2.4 Variance Tasks – Accept Count
-Enter returns in real-time using a PC console in the Returns Zone
-Record returns on paper forms for later entry into the PC console