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Mount ID Tags to the pallets holding the rechargeable batteries for charge/discharge inspection. Write product information, lot information, and inspection conditions for each lot to the ID Tags. Change the inspection process according to this information. In addition, store process completion flags and instructions for the next process to enable process history management. When the charge/discharge inspection is finished, write classification information based on the inspection results to the ID Tags. ID Tag memory capacity is limited and so associate addresses in memory with the locations of the batteries in the pallets beforehand. To classify the batteries, read the classification information stored in the ID Tags, and perform sorting (automatically) with a robot.
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Write the inspection conditions to the ID Tags mounted to the pallets. Read the conditions for each pallet at each process to simplify tool-changing. This also applies to process history management.


• Compared to systems where bar code labels are attached to pallets and control is performed from the host, because the pallets themselves hold product information and take this with them through the process, the system can operate with greater stability and efficiency (contributing to ISO 9000).
• In charge/discharge inspections, simple, stable, and efficient classification is possible with just the ID Tag information. Also, the information is centralized, allowing switching between different types of operation without errors, even when there is a large variety of models.
• The ID Tags hold process history information. This makes it possible to keep track of progress and delivery dates, and makes it easy to deal with problems when they occur in the process.

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