Optimum interaction between the mechanical and electronic systems enables the LEIBINGER LZ full monitoring system with modulus to detect every switching error in numbering with absolute reliability. The check digit is controlled by a motor, and magnets and hall sensors are used to monitor the sequence of the mechanical wheels. The central processing unit controls the modulus wheel externally, adjusting it via a servomotor on the numbering machine. For this purpose, the computer calculates the check digit required for a certain serial number within a millisecond. This significantly improves performance in discovering transmission errors in numbering documents such as banknotes, bills of lading or insurance papers.
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The LEIBINGER LZ full monitoring system with modulus reliably detects the following types of errors that can occur with a purely mechanical modulus numbering machine:
The LEIBINGER LZ full monitoring system with modulus uses a central processing unit to monitor the modulus wheel externally and adjusts it using a servomotor on the numbering machine. The computer calculates the check digit required for a certain serial number in less than a millisecond. The servomotor sets the modulus wheel to the digit to be printed. To calculate the check digit, the serial number is assigned a weighting. The result is a significant improvement in the detection of transmission errors.
LEIBINGER technology enables monitoring of the mechanically and electronically driven parts of the system. The central processing unit monitors the following functions:
The software package for the numbering system has been developed for maximum user-friendliness. Intuitive operation and a wide variety of menus help you implement and monitor numbering machine tasks. You can switch from one job to the next with just a few clicks.
Though the LEIBINGER LZ full monitoring system with modulus is a complex electromechanical numbering system, you can fully depend on famous LEIBINGER "made in Germany" quality for service life and design. Cleaning and maintenance is the same as for standard numbering machines, since the mechanical and electronic systems can be separated by unscrewing a couple of screws..