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PIVOT is a data collection system that provides nimble communication between Pennsylvania Scale digital scales and networked devices such as phones, tablets, and printers. PIVOT easily integrates with new or existing Pennsylvania Scale digital scales to capture and communicate parts counts, weights, and other critical inventory and production data points to any networked device.
Ideal for parts counting and inventory control
Available for new and legacy Pennsylvania Scale digital scales
Factory or field installed
Supports legacy products
PIVOT app for Android phones and tablets
Downloadable from Google Play (PIVOT Wireless Technology)
Interfaces with a variety of devices and services, including local ERP databases, phones, tablets, & barcode scanners
Bluetooth and WiFi enabled
Ready-built for counting scales but can be customized for other user-defined applications
Continuously outputs weights and piece counts to remote display or mobile device
Auto-programs piece weights for counting using barcode or QR scan (local or cloud)
Performs sample counts and saves piece weights to database
Continuous failure monitoring
Automatic updates and bug fixes
Add existing databases via CSV file
The PIVOT data collection system leverages data from digital scales for use in broader, process- and enterprise-level activities and decision making. PIVOT can capture parts counts, weights, and other critical data points from digital scales and communicate them to any networked device. Its open-system design offers endless possibilities for how the data can be used, impacting a wide variety of end-to-end manufacturing processes from raw materials and inventory control to product delivery and traceability. Here are some examples of how PIVOT can be used throughout the manufacturing enterprise.
Transaction history - Track activity at a single weigh station or across a network of weigh stations.
Traceability - Verify the history and location of your weighed materials for production tracking, compliance verification, and product recalls.
Inventory control - Use counting and weighing data to trigger inventory events such as material reordering.
Lean manufacturing - Identify inefficiencies in your production processes to reduce waste and increase productivity.
Statistical process control/statistical quality control. Use scale data to monitor and control processes throughout the manufacturing enterprise.
Shipping manifests - Generate detailed shipping manifests for printing and store for record keeping.
Parts lists - Create parts lists for inventory reporting, management, shipping, and compliance.
Database management - Organize parts and specifications into a central database for easy access.
Barcodes - Generate barcodes at weigh points for downstream and supply chain tracking.