Mobile Base Station for Manual Aggregation and Rework
The CAPA MB station is a compact label printing and inspection system for shipping boxes and pallets in the pharmaceutical packaging process
The mobile base station CAPA MB can be used for the manual aggregation of shipping boxes or pallets as well as a rework station, depending on the requirements.
The system can be easily integrated into existing packaging lines without significant modifications, thus saving a lot of space. With the compact and flexibly applicable add-on solution CAPA Mobile Base Station, labels with production-specific data are printed and subsequently inspected.
The processing and aggregation of serialised data is implemented by line manager IMPERA.
The overall machine control of all components is handled by a PLC. The visualisation takes place on the scanware GUI.
The mobile base station can be used for different requirements:
- Manual aggregation case
Manual aggregation pallet
Mobile Base Station Highlights
- Suitable for manual aggregation of case and pallet as well as rework
- Up to two printer mountings possible
- Compact add-on solution for easy integration into existing plants
- Support of GS1, IFA Coding, CIP 13, IST, Bolllini IPZS, Royal Vignette Belge and China E-Coding
- Mobile and flexible system for variable use
- Integration of common printing systems
- IMPERA line manager for smooth data exchange from level 2 to level 3
- Simple operation through uniform user interface, comprehensible menu navigation and convenient data input
- High-quality standard components enable efficient spare parts supply
- Robust, mobile and ergonomic construction
- Easy to clean stainless steel housing
Application Areas of the CAPA Mobile Base Station
- Shipping boxes
- Presence of the label
- Content of 1D and 2D codes
Components and Function of the Mobile Base Station
Depending on the requirements, up to two printer mountings can be implemented in order to print two different labels, one each for shipping box and pallet, in the same pass. The system is equipped with a hand scanner for manual aggregation.