Wave Batch Picking option in Warehouse 100.
Allow Wave Batch Activities
This option must be enabled to allow Wave Batch picking on the scanners.
Picking Order By SortCode
If your Bins have "Print Sort Codes" set up, then you can direct the users from the lowest to the highest sort code and any bins that do not have sort codes will be presented.
Allow the User to Change the Item Pick Bin Location
When this option is enabled, the Bin to pick field can be touched to open the prompt and then enter a different bin than the allocated bin location. TWO NOTES: 1. once you change the bin and record a quantity, you cannot change the bin a second time on that item. 2. If you do not change the bin and you record a quantity for the allocated bin location, then you cannot change the bin on that item.
“No scan each” will remove the ‘Each’ button shown at the item prompt.
“Allow Scan Each” will display the button and the user can turn it on\off.
“Scan Each Always Enabled” will enable the button and the user cannot turn it off.
Ascending Pick Sequence - this option is not available when you have Picking Order By SortCode enabled.
Enabled: the user is directed from the lowest to the bin locations.
Disabled: the user is directed from the highest to the lowest bin locations.
Group Items [Removes SO# from Screen]
When this option is enabled, the Sales Order number for the item being picked will not be shown in the Wave Batch picking programming. When this option is disabled, the Sales Order number for the item being picked will be shown in the Wave Batch picking programming. This means when the same item is on multiple Sales Orders, that item will have to be collected multiple times.
Allow Stage By Item In Wave Batch
Hide Wave Batch Send
This option removes the Send button from the scanner screen which means you must Update all the picked items to be transferred in Sage.
Creating A Single Master List: Follow the arrows below.
NOTE: To create a Master List and split list you need to check “Auto Split” before you Allocate.
Creating a Split list:
Start by checking your options: In order to allow for creating Split List, set Auto-Split to anything other than NONE and set the Fillrate higher than zero.
Follow the same steps as the Master List Creation process BUT make sure you check “Auto Split” before Allocate in Step 6.
Processing Wave Batch Orders On the Scanners
|From the Main application screen, press the Picking Icon.||Choose “Wave Batch” icon to start the data collection process.|
For more information about:
Lookups - Explains the various lookups
Send Process – Explains the “Send data to Sage” process.
Review User Manual – Covers “Review” mode which is accessible in all Applications.
Wave Pick Number Prompt.
1. Scan Wave pick sheet Barcode if you have one.
2. Key in Wave pick number and press enter.
3. Lookup Wave pick number.
Wave Pick list lookup.
The description is included when the list is given description during creation.
Staging Bin prompt.
This prompt will default to whatever bin is set up in your ACS Multibin Warehouse Options.
This prompt includes:
Warehouse to remove the item from, staging location to move the item to, Bin to remove the item from, Sales Order number for this item, item to be scanned, Unit of measure from the Sales Order line, Quantity Ordered, Quantity to Pick, Quantity Picked.
Before Collecting First Item.
The example below shows the Wave Batch Pick Entry screen and the scanner is prepared to collect the first item.
By looking at the Quantity Ordered, Quantity to Pick, Quantity Picked the user can enter any quantity up to the Quantity Ordered.
After Collection of First Item.
On the right, you will see the result of data collected includes quantity picked and destination or staging bin. On the left, the next item to be picked on the scanner.
Collecting quantity less than the quantity ordered.
If the user chooses to enter a quantity lower than the quantity ordered at the quantity prompt, the quantity will be accepted.
In my example on the right, I will enter a quantity of 40.
The result of data collected on the right showing quantity collected is less than ordered, and the next item on left.
The “Send” Button.
|The user will press the “Send” button at the item prompt if they wish to finish the list without collecting every item and \ or quantity on the list. Example: If the quantity collected is lower than the quantity ordered, then the list is not complete.|
Changing the Staging bin.
If you want to change the staging bin during the picking process, just touch this prompt and enter the new bin number.
After changing the Staging Location, the application will move back to item collection.
Scanning Incorrect Items.
The user cannot collect the incorrect item, message on the right is displayed.
The lot number that is allocated to the Order will be displayed and the user must scan or key in that lot number.
Incorrect Lot Entries.
In my example on the right, the lot to be collected is different from the one I am entering
Invalid Lot Entry Message.
The user cannot collect incorrect lot numbers, message on the right is displayed.
Incorrect Quantity Message.
The user cannot collect a quantity that is higher than the quantity Allocated \ Ordered.
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Exiting Without Finishing.
During the picking process, the lines are locked for the scanner user. If the user chooses to exit before finishing or ‘Sending’ their data collected, they have to confirm the message shown on the right.
Yes = unlocks the lines so another user can continue the list.
No = leaves the lines locked and this user must finish them later or come back in an unlock them.
All the items and quantity collected are retained no matter which option you choose.
Finishing the list completely.
When the user collects the last item, the program will offer to send the data to complete the list.
Commit = finishes the list and transfers the items.
Review = allows the user to remove and redo incorrect entries.
Next list = places the focus back at the Wave pick number prompt.
When Pallets Are Involved.
The user will collect the item first.
And collect the pallet second.
And then the quantity for the item on the pallet.
Results when the user presses Send in the middle of their list.
“Select” is checked and Qty Picked is locked.