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Diagnostics for Industrial Networks

Solutions from experience - Network Stability, Production Continuity, Reliability

We recommend recording system wear and status, identify sources of interference in a targeted manner, and coordinate maintenance requirements.

Every system is exposed to constant wear and influences of the production environment in its life cycle and the operating reserve decreases. Don't just rely on your gut feelings - our solutions will help you achieve a stable network!

Due to the "invisible" aging of industrial systems and networks, we recommend checking the quality of the data communication in industrial networks immediately after commissioning and at regular intervals on your own using our diagnostic tools or using our specialists.

Industrial Network Diagnostics & Analysis

Our portfolio covers the complete range of diagnostic measures for determining physical and logical quality parameters. This includes checks of the network infrastructure (line and wiring tests) and the analysis of telegram traffic and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). All of this ultimately serves the purpose of permanent network monitoring with the aim of warning of failure in the sense of condition-based maintenance. We are your partner for the entire life cycle of the system - from network planning to dismantling and commissioning to troubleshooting. Change management is also part of our daily business: We support you in change processes such as new installations, revisions, and, of course, when switching from PROFIBUS to PROFINET. As a certified PI Competence Center (PICC), we have established ourselves as a contact for developers and users in all areas of both technologies.

Planning & Training

Already in the planning phase? It is important to set the course for a long-term stable network. In our philosophy, this includes not only the preparation of documentation and delivery specifications but also the supervision of the installation up to the measurement, acceptance, certification, and commissioning of the new plant. Which structures ensure a stable network? Which cable lengths are optimal and permissible? Which values show the quality and stability of the network? To ensure that your personnel is prepared for maintenance, we answer questions like these in our user training courses for PROFIBUS, PROFINET, CAN, ASi, and other network types. Their practical relevance makes them equally attractive for planners, technicians, and service staff. We also provide practical knowledge about Fieldbus-related EMC so that you can reliably identify electromagnetic interference and achieve optimal equipotential bonding.