In our Help section, you’ll encounter many unique terms that are specific to Skublox. Elevate your expertise by mastering the various terms and their respective definitions. For a comprehensive understanding of the terminology, refer to the table below:
|A device that supplies additional 12V power to the Skublox system.
Also known as a Power Injector.
|An alternative reference for a given product.
Adding an Alias to a product makes it easier to find it in the system and the warehouse.
|Dedicated Skublox PC or tablet running Microsoft Windows and the Skublox Controller App.
|A device that plugs into the Controller via USB with a standalone power supply. It’s controlled by the Skublox Controller App.
|A list consisting of the items for orders.
Learn more about picklists.
Android Scanner (Zebra TC21)
|An Android barcode scanner that allows for greater mobility when scanning and sorting orders.
|A wearable barcode scanner that allows for greater mobility when scanning and sorting orders.
|A type of virtual product that “shadows” another product. Its inventory is linked to an actual inventory SKU, but it can have its own alternate product profile.
A Shadow SKU can have a Product ID, description, image, and title that is different from the Parent SKU.
|A person who works on the shipping side of the Skublox Wall.
|A small ethernet-cable-connected device that lights up in green to signal that the order is ready to be shipped.
| Stock Keeping Unit (SKU) is the unique product code assigned to a product. SKUs are used as the primary product identifier.
Typically, merchants create their own code as the product SKU.
Skublox Controller App
|Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application that is installed on the Controller.
|A collection of Slots and their respective Sorter and Shipper Lights.
|Compartment for sorting product units.
|A person who works on the sorting side of the Skublox Wall.
|A small ethernet-cable-connected device that lights up in a specific color to signal status.
A Sorter Light can light up in Red, Blue, Yellow, Green, Magenta, and Cyan.
|Universal Product Code (UPC) is a type of code printed on the retail product packaging to help identify a particular item.