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The new Traka-iFOB Bad Breisig, guarantees security in the electronic key management and access control 12.04.2013 – new manufacturing techniques now allow the manufacture of electronic locking pins by Traka (iFobs) using an automated process, which could increase the tensile strength by 84%, improves the protection class IP67 and the working temperature range 40 c to + 85 C extended. What are the differences? Since its launch in the early 1990s they were manufactured Traka-iFobs using a manual process. Here, the external and internal components with a hand press were sealed under Add a special adhesive. In the new design, now comes a special high-pressure injection technology, which allows you to encapsulate all the items into a solid unit. The contacts of the internal chip be first mechanically welded with the appropriate points of contact, before the subsequent encapsulation. This massive encapsulation gives a very high new Traka-iFob Resistance.
Tests showed that the new Traka iFob compared to the previous model has a 84% higher tensile strength. This means that now a pulling force must be applied by 1740 Newton, to usurp the iFob from its anchorage. This tractive force cannot be achieved without tools. Also the new Traka iFobs consist of a seam-free elastic strength brass alloy with galvanised nickel surface and get this its strength and extraordinary design. In addition, they have so-called information window showing the storage capacity on the one hand the Traka logo, and on the other side on both sides. Compatibility the new Traka iFobs are compatible with all existing Traka systems 100% and can be used within systems mixed with the previous models. Independently tested quality the new Traka iFobs were tested according to CE, FCC, CSA and UL standards. With regard to their suitability for different ambient conditions are Products in appropriate types of protection, so-called IP codes, divided.
Easy release change with expansion packs one of the worst scenarios for IT professionals in a large enterprise would be the failure of the business management software, such as, for example, the SAP software. Suddenly, a variety of processes would no longer work in this case. For a manufacturer that means: no orders or deliveries can be edited, no bills can be written and also no content will be transferred. All departments are incapacitated at the moment of the crash. It is all the more important for the IT department or the external SAP consultant company permanently with all functions available to the SAP systems. Usually it is not enough however, to monitor a system once installed.
It must be kept always up to date. There are constantly new requirements on the part of the departments, which are implemented in the SAP system by which. On the other hand, SAP delivers each year countless advancements. These include functional enhancements of existing applications, such as the improvement of the population query in logistics or fundamentally new SAP solutions. To take advantage of these changes, releases are carried out often every few years.
Such change to a higher software version claimed so far very much preparation time and effort in the implementation. The first release changing working hours not rarely 1000 come together. Because often new functionalities are enabled, it is important in a test environment the impact of changes on existing business processes to test and go live”to discover the error and fix accordingly. This year, SAP has recognized the problem of firms and delivers the enhancements of the SAP software no longer in large packages, but in smaller expansion packs, the so-called enhancement packages (EHP), quarterly. The advantage of the expansion packs: let them once in the SAP software play and later to enable the functionality. The bottom line of the effort should be two Reduce third. But it isn’t quite that simple then in practice. The SAP consultant of many companies program functions added for the enterprise-specific requirements. In this case, as extensive tests and adjustments must be made. Anna Hare