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5 • THE ADVANCED

5 • THE ADVANCED TRANSFER PANEL Halt module DESCRIPTION The Halt module changes the status of a transporter unit to inactive. If the transporter is busy at the time when an entity enters the Halt module, the status is considered busy and inactive until the entity that controls the transporter frees the unit. If the transporter is idle at the time when an entity halts the transporter, it is set to inactive immediately. Once a transporter unit has been halted, no entities will get control of the transporter until it is activated. TYPICAL USES • Stop a forklift for scheduled maintenance • Disable a broken gurney in an emergency room PROMPTS Prompt Name Transporter Name Unit Number Description Unique name of the module that will be displayed in the flowchart. Name of the transporter to halt. Determines which of the transporter units in the transporter set to halt. Move module DESCRIPTION The Move module advances a transporter from one location to another without moving the controlling entity to the destination station. The controlling entity remains at its current module location until the transporter arrives at its destination. At that time, the entity will be able to move to another module or task in the model. If the transporter being moved is a free-path transporter, then the time delay to move the transporter from one station to the next is based on the velocity of the transporter and the distance between the stations (specified in the Distance module). If the transporter being moved is a guided transporter, then the time delay to move the transporter depends not only on the velocity and distance to the destination, but also the transporter’s acceleration, deceleration, and any traffic it encounters on the way. 95

GETTING STARTED WITH ARENA TYPICAL USES • Move a broken forklift to a service station • Move a worker to a break room • Move a waiter to the kitchen PROMPTS Prompt Name Transporter Name Unit Number Destination Type Station Name Attribute Name Expression Intersection Name Network Link Name Zone Velocity Units Description Unique name of the module that will be displayed in the flowchart. Name of the transporter to move. Determines which of the transporter units in the transporter set to move. Determines the method for specifying the transporter destination. The Intersection and Network Link options apply only to guided transporters. Name of the individual destination station. Name of the attribute that stores the destination station name to which entities will route. Expression that is evaluated to the destination station name where entities will route. Defines the name of the intersection to which the guided transporter will move. Defines the name of the network link to which the guided transporter will move. The specific zone number of the Network Link Name. Specifies the temporary velocity at which the transporter is moved to the destination station. Velocity time units. 96

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