AMS Device Manager software from Emerson Process Management is the industry-leading, de facto PC software for communicating with intelligent field instruments.
AMS Device Manager allows you to configure, streamline calibration, and perform diagnostics on field devices from a single software platform-no matter who manufactured the instrument.
AMS Device Manager gives online instrument health information and advanced device diagnostics to aid in establishing a predictive maintenance environment.
Payoffs include easier installation and startup, lower maintenance costs, and improved device performance-all with a direct impact on your bottom line.
With AMS Device Manager you have better visibility to each device in your plant. By accessing the diagnostics embedded in intelligent field devices, you focus on "problem" instruments rather than wasting time in the rack room or in the field, trying to identify the device responsible for a process problem.
Using AMS Device Manager online, maintenance shop or control room workers can continually monitor devices and learn immediately if there is a problem. Using
AMS Device Manager offline, maintenance technicians can check a device remotely, configure, and update calibration results with only a few keystrokes.
An automatic audit trail within AMS Device
Manager collects on-going records of all tasks performed, then documents the tasks for accurate, up-to-date historical records. The Audit Trail works in the background to create the necessary documentation trail and to keep an audit-ready plant at your fingertips.
At the heart of AMS Device Manager is a powerful database of equipment and information for all your field instruments, regardless of manufacturer. The easy to use application presents a standard Windows Explorer look-and-feel with access to multiple parameters on a single screen and an effortless drag-and-drop feature for configuration and calibration test definitions.
All of this adds up to significant savings as problems are intercepted before they cause major plant upsets.
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