RFIDs Used to Manage Home Appliance Manufacturing Process
Case Number 196
last update: April 19, 2011
Product information, processing information, assembly information, and inspection information are written to RFID Tags (IC tags) that are attached to pallets.
Processing, assembly, inspection, and sorting are performed in each process according to the work instructions on RFID Tags (IC tags).
Inspection results are written to RFID Tags (IC tags) in each inspection process, and gathered into a management computer in the final process.
These RFID Tags (IC tags) have excellent environmental resistance for stable communications even in FA sites.
These highly reliable RFID Tags (IC tags) retain reliable data even in inspection processes that use tens of thousands of volts and strong electrical fields.
Benefit / Efficiency
The setup is changed efficiently in each process because products and information are centrally managed.
Product traceability is managed reliably because the collection of manufacturing history and inspection history is automated.
RFID Systems with ISO/IEC 18000-3 (15693) Compliance