Meter Reading for the Load.
New Button <Load Reading> introduced in Stock-In entry form as shown above to call new form for recording meter reading and Dip entry before and after decanting of loads. Software also alerts users to enter Load Reading on click of <Save> Button for Stock-In. When user chooses to record the Load Reading it will open the new form as shown below:
All user has to do is select the Gan (Goods Acceptance Note) number for the load of the day to select the load for which he/she wishes to enter the Dip and Meter Reading before and after decanting of load as shown in the above and below given image. Please note the Dip entry in above image. It allows user to enter the Dip in CM (Centimeter) as in the dip stock entry form and automatically get the Volume / Dip Stock from the Calibration Chart. Also note that as soon as you enter the Dip in CM for Opening Dip before decanting and Dip after decanting, it shows the variation if any as shown in above image.
Please note that Meter Reading before decanting of next load and Closing Dip Entry before decanting of the next load is automatically retrieved from the next load entry if recorded. One can freely Select the load for which he/she wishes to record the reading and save them and switch from Next load to previous load to edit/update/refresh the reading from the next load. All user has to do is just delete the next load data and press enter to refresh the reading from the next load. Also please note that user has to enter Testing manually (for now) which will be automatically retrieved from between the meter reading of the shifts.
Just click on View/Print tab to view the load reading saved for different load/shifts. Just click on the Gan_No / Gan_Date of the load for which you wish the report to be generated. As soon as you click on the row, it will highlight in red as shown in the image above. Just click on the Print Preview button to generate the report as shown in the image below:
Filed under: Recent Updates, Software Update | Tagged: after decanting, before decanting, calibration chart, centimeter, CM, Decanting, Dip Entry, Dip Reading, Dip Stock, Evaporation Loss, Fuel Load, Gain, Load Reading, Loss, Meter Rading, Variation, volume |