New Two-Door RFID Cabinet

New Two-Door RFID Cabinet

A heavy-duty, double-walled cabinet internally equipped with four RFID antennae and electronic door locks

“The AccuCab2D represents our success in aligning our product designs with our customer needs … Our goal was to develop a smaller RFID cabinet with two lighter-weight doors that could be used in a less industrial-type atmosphere such as in an office environment or a lab.”

WINWARE INC. is offering a new RFID-control supply cabinet, an extension of its AccuCab series that uses the developer’s CribMaster inventory control software to manage tools, spare parts, or any indirect material at the point of use. WinWare develops systems that manage tools and inventory on a company-wide basis.

The CribMaster software has the functions needed to manage any type of indirect material, from tooling, spare parts inventory, PPE, MRO, etc. It is a flexible inventory management application that was built by supporting the processes associated with this type of inventory. CribMaster currently has over 5,000 customers in 13 countries.

The CribMaster AccuCab2D, just as in the standard AccuCab, has the same great technology but with a more visual front and a two-door design that is easy to accommodate for most installations. “The AccuCab2D represents our success in aligning our product designs with our customer needs,” according to WinWare president Larry Harper. “Our goal was to develop a smaller RFID cabinet with two lighter-weight doors that could be used in a less industrial-type atmosphere such as in an office environment or a lab.”

The AccuCab2D consists of a heavy-duty, double-walled cabinet internally equipped with four RFID antennae and electronic door locks. A user approaching the cabinet must verify his/her identity prior to the door(s) being unlocked. They can do this by using a touch screen monitor mounted on the door or by scanning their employee badge. Once the doors are unlocked, the user opens the door(s) to find inventory (that is tagged using Passive Gen2 Tags) on adjustable shelving. The user removes the inventory and shuts the door(s).

Then, the inventory total is adjusted automatically and properly accounted. The same procedure takes place when returning an item. The user identifies who they are to the system and then clicks “open” to unlock the door(s). The user places the item back on the shelving in any location.

Visit WinWare’s online at www.cribmaster.com

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