CajoSuite Production mode is easy-to-use software interface for operating Cajo lasers in a production environment.
User interface and workflows can be configured according customers’ needs. The marking workflow, which controls the whole marking process from beginning to end, can be modeled for each customers’ product separately. Variable marking content and settings can be entered manually or retrieved from other systems, such as database. Variable marking content can be, for example product IDs, serial numbers, batch numbers, and timestamps. With the software Cajo laser marking system can be connected to customers’ existing production and automation systems. Additionally, software supports remote control of Cajo laser marking systems via local area network.
Clear and easy-to-use interface
Control of marking processes from start to finish
Interfaces and integrations for a variety of devices and systems
Product-specific user interface, settings and workflow
Product-specific and automatic marking head position setting based on product height
Setup of variable marking content and settings used in the marking process through the user interface or integrations
Controlling peripheral devices and device options
Integration to other systems, e.g. production control systems and automation systems using TCP/IP communication
Remote control with remote commands (serial port, I/O and LAN)
Retrieving text or data to be used in marking process from customer’s systems (e.g. database or CSV file)
Sending marking data to customers' information systems (for example marking timestamp to database)
Automatic serial number calculation
Calculation of checksum numbers
Language versions Finnish, English and German
Windows 7 or Windows 10 operating system
USB port for laser
LAN, serial port and USB interfaces, depending on used integrations
CajoSuite™ supports all Cajo laser marking systems
CajoSuite™ supports the control of ABB robots and reading and writing of its parameters.
Motorola and Cognex DataMan bar code readers
The reader can be used to verify the quality of marking and for entering variable marking data (such as work order number or serial number).
Serial port and LAN
The software can also be run without user interface by executing remote commands through a serial port or local area network (LAN). This allows, for instance, another automation system to control the operation of Cajo laser marking system remotely. The content of the marking can be transferred to the marking system via LAN or serial port in CSV or JSON format.