3QwikTix TM QwikTix supports up to 4 Scale connections. Workspace only shows scales configured.
4QwikTix TM Configure the communications port Select a pre-defined indicator deviceAdvanced settings for manual configuration of unsupported devicesSpecify the device capacity for overweight validation
5QwikTix TMIncorporate data from other ODBC sources
6QwikTix TMBrowse the ODBC sources to configure up to two additional ID columns such as Customer and Product
7QwikTix TMSelect an existing ODBC source or create a new connection
8QwikTix TM Select the Table Select the Column for the ID Select the Column for the Description
9QwikTix TMA complete setup includes a name to be displayed for the ID and Description column on forms, lists and reports
10QwikTix TMSimple security is provided to track the operator creating or modifying ticketsA supervisor level is employed to limit access to configuration options.
11QwikTix TM The active scale is highlighted in blue Begin a new ticket Open a ticketSet a truck’s tare weight
12QwikTix TMSelect the active scale by clicking on it and the color changesSelect a truck, enter new truck i.d. or take the next available numberSelect customer and productSave the ticket
13QwikTix TMOpening an existing ticket for completion or changes allows sorting the list by Ticket Number, Truck ID, or the additional external configured data elements
14QwikTix TM Modifications may be made to any of the ID fields If the Weight Out is not complete it will be filled in from the active scale.
15QwikTix TM Trucks may be weighed to establish a tare weight This weight would be used in place of the Weight In on a New Ticket
16QwikTix TM Tool for designing printed tickets. Tickets may be configured to post to an external ODBC database automatically at completion in real time. No need to export.Sample Microsoft Access databases included.