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A Study on Automated Multi-Channel Combination System for the Closest Target Weight
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Automated Multi-Channel Combination System for the Closest Target Weight
Ahn, Yong-Woo; Ban, Kap-Soo;
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 Abstract
This paper is a study of the functions required for the system to quantify the closest target weight by combining several random weights such as chips, snacks, fruits, and vegetables. The multi-head weigher is designed for high-performance applications requiring increased production rates and tight accuracy tolerances. This combination system has 12 heads considered in the form of a rectangular array of or . Channel combination can usually occur between 1 and n, and the frequency was the highest with two or three combinations. Experimental result of a combination system for a total target weight was measured at the range from 100g to 500g by increments of 50g, and the average success rate was about 70%. The average elapsed time was about 1.7 seconds, which means it can be used for the packaging of agricultural products with a variety of items.
 Keywords
Multi-head;Weighing Machine;Computerized Combination System;Total Target Weight;Unit Weighing Scale;
 Language
Korean
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