With AMS Device Manager, users can configure and calibrate HART, FOUNDATION fieldbus, and wireless devices from a single application as well as use predictive diagnostics to identify, troubleshoot, and resolve device issues.
The new release of AMS Device Manager 10.0 incorporates more advanced alert handling capabilities, including alert latching and filtering, for increased visibility to the health of field devices. AMS Device Manager 10.0 seamlessly integrates with DeltaV 10.3 and offers additional connectivity options to third-party host systems.
The AMS Wireless SNAP-ON application allows users to easily customize and plan their wireless network. Users can validate their plan against factory-recommended best practices to optimize the network. The AMS Wireless SNAP-ON application also provides a comprehensive view the network’s status once it is installed. Both AMS Device Manager 10.0 and the AMS Wireless SNAP-ON application support WirelessHART.
AMS Device Manager 10.0 also includes two other SNAP-ON applications to provide users with enhanced functionality. The MV Engineering Assistant SNAP-ON application has expanded to enable configuration and test calculation functions on both HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus MultiVariable transmitters from Rosemount. The new AlertTrack SNAP-ON application allows users to group multiple devices and set parameters to receive customized alerts.
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