Sequential Region: Defined

A sequential region tracks the order in which items enter and exit the region.

Skipped items can be deleted or sent to a user-configured detainment region. An example of a sequential region would be an oven zone where items that are sent into the oven must come out in the same order or they will be exposed to heat beyond the allotted time limit.



An operator interface removes defective parts from the line before they reach the oven.


Part #4 is defective and will be scrapped by the operator. Tracker will send the item to a user-configured detainment region.


Items are tracked in sequence. The first item in must be the first item out.

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Primary region types.