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An interactive display, such as a CRT 1 with a light pen 2, is used to alter the stored destination of documents cleared from a reader/sorter jam condition.
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Reader/Sorter Jam Recovery Interface Display
An interactive display, such as a CRT 1 with a light pen 2, is used to alter the
stored destination of documents cleared from a reader/sorter jam condition.
Reader/sorter 3 operates under computer control to deliver documents, such
as bank checks 4, from a supply bin 5 to sort bins 6, 7, 8, etc., in accordance with
data read from the documents during their passage through processing station 9.
If the documents should jam, the reader/ sorter 3 stops, and its control computer
displays an identification 10 of the documents then in process, as well as an
identification 11 of the intended destination of those documents as determined
from its control memory. In addition, an indicator 12 identifies the document
most likely to be at the jam site, as determined by the particular jam detector
sensed by the control computer. The operator must manually clear the jam by
removing at least some of the documents from the transport path. The
documents removed can be placed in the bins 6, 7, 8, etc., in accordance with
the destination shown on display 11. If a document is obviously faulty, for
example, crumpled, torn or stapled, the operator can place it in a reject bin 13 to
avoid subsequent attempts to machine sort it. The operator may choose to put
other documents in the reject bin, as well. Light pen 2 and keyboard 14 are used
to alter the destination display 11 for such documents by substituting, for
example, an asterisk for the or...