For hard copy, one simple command lets you create a crystal-clear graphic wiring diagram on any printer. Your descriptive notes, label text, and wire list are all printed on the same sheet for convenient reference. This helps to support the documentation and traceability requirements of ISO9000 and other quality standards, as well as providing a clear written record of any cable's wiring for your or your customer's benefit. You may also print reports as .pdf files for electronic distribution, or automatically save them to an archival database.
For each cable, customizable label text is stored in the database along
with wirelist, schematic, and descriptive notes, and may be loaded
at any time.
Keep a dedicated label printer connected to your PC while your network printer is used strickly for documentation or log reports.
The example below shows labels printed for individual or batch labeling. The size, spacing, and number of labels is easily adjusted.
When you use an automatic test sequence to test, the "COUNT"
variable, which tracks the number of cycles in a test procedure,
may be placed within the label text to generate serialized
labels at the time of printing. For example, if the label text
"Part Number GB581<COUNT>CL"
the value of the COUNT variable is inserted into the text at
the time of printing. If the COUNT variable were "15"
initially, the following sequence would be produced:
Part Number GB58115CL
Part Number GB58116CL
Part Number GB58117CL