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Plant Historian PDA

Process Data Archiving: Acquisition, Analysis and Archiving of Process Data

Plant Historian PDA - Process Data Archiving

Archiving, Analysis of Process Data, Data Acquisition

 

Plant Historian PDA - Process Data Archiving - offers support for quality management and plant security. A consequent and transparent process data acquisition detects optimization potentials and provides their sustainable realization.

The MES software Plant Historian PDA - Process Data Archiving - is a flexible and efficient process information system designed for the optimization of internal and external communication. Recipients are provided with relevant process information and are able to react to process disturbances at an early stage.

Process data archiving, central recording and analysis of process data
Plant Historian PDA - Archiving and analysis of process data

productive and secure - by information

Benefits

  • Transparent presentation of the plant status
  • Support for customer audits and the communication with providers (e.g. turbines, roboter, furnaces etc.)
  • Traceability (Tracking & Tracing)
  • Early identification of bad procedures
  • Increased security and productivity due to direct information forwarding concerning the plant status (plant monitoring)

Core Features

  • Output of operationally relevant documents in Microsoft Excel or as PDF
  • Automatic entering of actual data into Excel templates
  • Trend display with a visualization of the related process control system messages and direct indication of limit value violations
  • Personalized analysis options: individual combinations and storage of trend groups
  • Numerous analysis tools and display options (presentation in real time, measure function, envelope curve presentation etc.)
  • Integral function for the determination of consumption values
  • Calculation tags: linking tags with mathematical operators and functions
  • Batch-related evaluations and trend display

Technologies

  • Company-wide, central solution, no client installation necessary
  • Multiuser and multi-project capabilities, scalability, multilingualism and independence from the process control system
  • Standardized interfaces to the PCS / SPS world
  • OPC connection to any process control system / control, e.g.:
    • Siemens: Simatic PCS7, S7, WinCC, Teleperm M
    • Emerson: Delta V
    • Honeywell: Experion, FSC102
    • ABB: Freelance, 800xA, Advant Master, Symphony Maestro UX,Contronic P, Contronic E, Operate IT
    • Foxboro: I/A Series
    • HIMA HiMax
    • Invensys Triconex