What is the difference between Speedypick 2.5 and Speedypick AIR?
Speedypick 2.5 is a wireless pick-by-light / pick-to-light system in which the displays are no longer powered individually by battery but by a central power supply. This can be, for example, a separate 24VDC supply or a central battery. The supply with a central battery makes it possible to equip mobile units (e.g. picking trolleys) with high availability at the same time (the battery can be exchanged in a few seconds, bicycle battery principle). With Speedypick 2.5, the displays are mounted in an aluminium profile which provides additional mechanical protection. For more information, please see products - Speedypick 2.5.
Which software components are required for the Operation of Speedypick 2.5?
Several software components are required for Speedypick 2.5:
1. Speedypick management software (MSW), see Products - Software.
2. MongoDB database as basic version, at least V4.x.x.
Why does a pmc (power management controller) have to be used with Speedypick 2.5?
The PMC is used to limit the power at the moment of switch-on (i.e. when the operating voltage is switched on). The PMC is designed in such a way that a maximum of 100 displays can be operated at the same time on one power can be operated at the same time.
For which applications is Speedypick 2.5 particularly suitable?
Speedypick 2.5 is particularly suitable for mobile applications (e.g. order picking trolleys) or for applications where a high degree of flexibility is required (e.g. in the case of regular product changes).
The new Speedypick 2.5 displays can be used together (in mixed operation) with the Speedypick AIR displays (battery operated)?
The Speedypick 2.5 displays can be used in mixed operation together with the the Speedypick AIR displays.
What is the management software (msw) needed for?
The Speedypick Management Software (MSW) is the link between the merchandise management system (WMS, LVS, SAP...) and the Speedypick components. On the one hand, the MSW provides the communication interface (JSONAPI) to the above-mentioned host, and on the other hand administration, monitoring and management of the entire Speedypick system.
For which operating systems is the MSW suitable?
The prerequisite for using the management software (MSW) is Windows 10 or Linux (by arrangement).
How is the integration of modules (display modules and access points) into the Management software?
Access points: The management software (MSW) scans the network for new access points (not yet included in the system) and offers the devices found to the user for inclusion in the system. The user can decide for himself whether an access point found should be included in the system or not.
Display modules: The management software (MSW) scans the radio network for new display modules (not yet included in the system) and takes them over directly into the system environment. In the process, each display is assigned an ID. In the first text field, the note *New Module* is entered in the first text field. This makes it easy to identify the new advertisements in the overall pool of advertisements.
Does the management software have to be licensed?
For test purposes, the management software can be used during the first 2 weeks without any functional restrictions. After 2 weeks the use will be gradually restricted. After 5 weeks, use is no longer possible. The block can be lifted by licensing (one-time with costs). Subsequent licence costs do not arise with Speedypick.