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Benefits of RFID. J.-D. Chatelain. Conveyor belts. Costs without RFID. J.-D. Chatelain. Reception and Stock. 1 person for input control. 1 person for stock management. Reception and Stock. Machining. 1 person for machining. 1 person for machining. 1 person for machining.

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Benefits of RFID

J.-D. Chatelain

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Costs without RFID

J.-D. Chatelain

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Reception and Stock

1 person for input control

1 person for stock management

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Reception and Stock

Machining

1 person for machining

1 person for machining

1 person for machining

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Painting and Drying

Machining

1 person to manage painting process

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Painting and Drying

Mounting

1 person to prepare the containers

1 person to manage the mounting

of the device

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Mounting

Testing

1 person to do tests and to record

results

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Packing

Testing

1 person for packing and archiving

of the data

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Shipping

Packing

1 person for shipping

Estimation: 1 extra-person to correct

human errors

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Costs with RFID

J.-D. Chatelain

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Reception

Input control and fixing a transponder on the raw material

The state of the raw material is written into the tag.

1 person for reception

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Reception

Input control and fixing a transponder on the raw material

The state of the raw material is written into the tag.

LF Read/Write Modules (RWMs) to control the stock.

Each time a part of raw material is debitted, it will automatically be written into the corresponding tag

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LF Read/Write Modules (RWMs) to control the stock.

Each time a part of raw material is debitted, it will automatically be written into the corresponding tag

LF Read/Write Modules to program the production line

Stock is updated

The parameters for the machining programs of the production line are introduced into the transponder affixed to the carrier.

The parameters are read and the machine which makes the work is programmed in accordance

1 person to control LF RFID system

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Read/Write Modules to program the production line

Stock is updated

The parameters for the machining programs of the production line are introduced into the transponder affixed to the carrier.

The parameters are read and the machine which makes the work is programmed in accordance

Painting

The parameters are read and the machine is programmed in accordance

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Painting

The parameters are read and the machine is programmed in accordance

1 person to manage the

HF RFID system

Mounting and Testing

A HF RFID system will be used.

Mounting and Testing instructions are stored in the transponder fixed on a new container.

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1 person to manage the mounting

process

Mounting

The device is mounted following the instructions stored in the transponder.

Data related to the mounting are written into the transponder

Mounting and Testing

A HF RFID system will be used.

Mounting and Testing instructions are stored in the transponder fixed on a new container.

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Testing

Test parameters are read from the transponder and transferred to the test machine

Tests are performed

Test results are written into the transponder

Mounting

The device is mounted following the instructions stored in the transponder.

Data related to the mounting are written into the transponder

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1 person for packing and archiving

of the data

Packing

Data are read and archived.

Papers relative to shipping are printed.

Testing

Test parameters are read from the transponder and transferred to the test machine

Tests are performed

Test results are written into the transponder

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1 person for shipping

Shipping

Packing

Data are read and archived.

Papers relative to shipping are printed.

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NETWORKS

  • Industrial network
  • RS485 low frequency networks
  • HF ContriNet
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RFID profitable

With RFID

Without RFID

The investments due to the RFID must be added to the personal costs

Total costs without RFID

Total costs with RFID

Investments

related to RFID

Breakeven

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Total costs without RFID

RFID profitable

Total costs with RFID

Investments

related to RFID

Breakeven

Unique Selling Propositions

  • Contrinex Low Frequency (LF) RFID
  • Working in metallic environment
  • Working in harsh environment
  • Reading and Writing through metals
  • Contrinex High Frequency (HF) RFID
  • Easy to make a network
  • General RFID
  • Allows an automated production
  • Reliability
  • Flexibility
  • Avoid human errors
  • Traceability
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End of this chapter

Benefits of RFID

J.-D. Chatelain