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Qbit-DB software

Qbit™-DB

Qbit™-DB

Qbit-DB is a Windows-based software tool that collects stores and manages cube and weight data received from the CubiScan for multiple units of measure or pack types. These units of measure are user definable and are virtually unlimited in number (some of which typically include pack types such as Master, Inner, or Each). With simple to use custom import/export features, data can be easily imported or exported into the majority of the warehousing and shipping software solutions in today’s market.  Exported data can then be later uploaded to an existing WMS, TMS, manifesting system or any other data integration software solutions.

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Qbit-DB is a Windows-based software tool that collects, stores and manages cube and weight data received from the CubiScan for single or multiple units of measure or pack types. These pack types are user definable and are virtually unlimited in number (some of which typically include Master, Inner, or Each). With simple to use custom import/export features, data can be easily imported or exported. Exported data can then be later uploaded to an existing WMS, TMS, or manifesting system. Other features include user-definable data fields, CubiScan maintenance tools, and a File Transfer Protocol (FTP). A few screen captures are included illustrating the functionality and setup procedures for this easy to use software package.

 

Qbit-DB contains setup parameters to configure the data management options for the CubiScan. The “Automatic import/export” feature, when enabled, allows for automatic data transfer to and from the Qbit-DB application.

 

The software’s setup options allow the user to define how data is collected and stored in the Microsoft Access database. Some filed names and attributes are user definable and can be set up to fit your specific application requirements.

 

After entering a unique identifier, a pack type (if the option is enabled), and any additional product information in the user definable fields, the CubiScan will measure the item and the Qbit-DB software will collect, store and prepare to transfer accurate cube and weight data for that product. The Qbit-DB software interface is a powerful and easy to use data collection/transfer solution making the most of your CubiScan investment.

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Qbit-EDT conjunction with emulation software - CubiScan

Qbit™-EDT

Qbit-EDT

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This Windows-based software tool works in conjunction with emulation software and allows data collected by the CubiScan to be transferred to a WMS host system in real-time. Qbit-EDT runs in the background, transparent to the user, and will automatically populate the cube and weight fields within the host application screen. You can even customize the interface and send data to as many as three different screen locations on your warehouse application. Best of all, no additional hardware is needed. Contact us for information on testing Qbit-EDT software.

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Qbit-EDT is a Windows based software tool that allows for cube and weight data collected by the CubiScan to be transferred to an existing WMS, TMS, or manifesting system running a 5250 or 3270 emulation session. Cube and weight data is transferred directly to defined locations on the host emulation screen. The software runs minimized in the background and offers an interface that is completely transparent to the operator. A few screen captures are included below illustrating the functionality and setup procedures for this easy to use software package.

Qbit-EDT contains setup options used to establish a connection to a particular host session and allows the user to define and customize the interface.

The Host Fields tab allows the user to define the data field format and location for each cube and weight data field on the host emulation screen. For example, “Measure 1 Fields” can be used to define the format and location of the first unit of measure on the host emulation screen (i.e. case). “Measure 2 Fields” can be used to define the second unit of measure (i.e. inner pack) and so on. Function keys may also be assigned to execute a measure command for the measure field sections.

Once setup is complete and the connection to your host emulation session is confirmed, Qbit-EDT can be minimized and cube and weight data will be automatically transferred to the proper field locations on the host emulation screen when a measurement is taken by the CubiScan.

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Cubiscan Qbit-Xfer 2

Qbit™-Xfer

Qbit-Xfer

Qbit-Xfer is a Windows-based software tool that works like a keyboard wedge to transfer CubiScan data to a target host window. It places the measurements and weights to the cursor location within the target host window. The software can be set up to open a port, measure the item and then close the port, freeing up the serial port to be used for other functions by the P.C. The Software can also remain open keeping the active connection to the CubiScan allowing the user to press the MSR button to begin the measurement process. It also gives you the options and flexibility of measuring in Metric or US Standard units.

CubiScan Qbit-Web Windows based software tool

Qbit™-Web

Qbit-Web

Interface Software

Qbit-Web is a Windows based software tool that allows for cube and weight data collected by the CubiScan to be transferred to an existing WMS, TMS, or manifesting system using a built-in Internet Browser Session. This interface software replaces the standard Internet Browser Session and allows for the data to be transferred to individual cube and weight field locations on the browser session screen. A few screen captures are included below illustrating the functionality and setup procedures for this easy to use software package.

Qbit-Web contains setup options used to specify a default Home Page (your warehouse application “sign-in” URL) and the ability to enable or disable normal internet navigation features located on the main Qbit-Web screen.

The Host Fields tab allows the user to define the data field format for each cube and weight data location. “Measure 1 Fields” can be used to set up the first unit of measure (i.e. case). “Measure 2 Fields” can be used to set up a second unit of measure (i.e. inner pack) and so on. The cube and weight data is sent to the Measure Fields in the browser session by means of identifying the HTML input names for those Measure Fields. These names can be found by clicking the “Get Input Names” button while the current web page that contains the cube and weight fields is being displayed in the Qbit-Web application. The “Test” button sends generic data to the measure fields to verify that the correct HTML input names are being used.

Once the software setup is complete, the “MSR 1”, “MRS 2”, and “MSR 3” buttons are used to execute the measurement, and the cube and weight data is sent to the proper measure field locations. The “MSR 1&2” button will send data to the “Measure 1 Fields” and “Measure 2 Fields” locations simultaneously (see Figure 2).

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