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Atlas

How do you maintain your large factory network? Systems have grown increasingly complex, therefore a solution needed to be designed to create clarity. Atlas is THE vision on the future of Industrial Ethernet Diagnostics. This compact and efficient tool provides you insight and knowledge of networks and an overview of the network health.

  • Compact device in a robust housing
  • Ease of use
  • Clear overview of your network
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One tool for understanding your networks

PROCENTEC’s Atlas is an effective tool for everyone in industrial automation who is involved with reducing downtime. Atlas uses easy to understand displays and is therefore easy to use for everyone. Atlas gets installed on a DIN rail, plugged in to your network and then automatically start exploring your network. It will recognize devices and starts getting relevant information from them. A web-based customizable dashboard allows you to see and enclose all information inside the tool. No additional software installations are required.

Simple overview of all devices in your network

One of Atlas’s main features is the dynamic interactive Topology. This is a graphical and hierarchical overview of your complete network. The Topology shows all devices in the network and how they’re connected. This also includes information on all separate devices, using status icons according to NAMUR standard. This way, you’ll get informed about all (possible) problems inside your network. The Topology can be visualized in two different ways: the galaxy view and a more hierarchical tree view.

Quality of your network

Atlas will also provide you with valuable information about the quality of your network. Getting this information used to be very complicated, but Atlas’ Q-Factor (Quality Factor) simplifies this using a weighted algorithm, which is built up from all connected devices in the network. The Q-Factor will show a number from 0 to 5000 (according to the Automotive standard) or 0 to 100% as a relative display. The Q-Factor can also visualize your network’s status A traffic light display allows a more simple overview of the network status in three colors.

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Technical specifications

General specifications

  • Dimensions D × W × H: 120mm × 65mm × 120mm (Width without side cover = 63mm)
  • Weight: 680 grams
  • Material: Metal
  • Mounting: DIN rail (minimal 65 mm wide)

Ambient conditions

  • Operating temperature: ‐20° ... +60° Celsius
  • Storage temperature: ‐20° ... +85° Celsius
  • Relative air humidity: 98 %
  • Ingress Protection: IP 20 (DIN 40 050)

Electrical specification

  • Operating voltage: 12 ... 24 VDC
  • Absolute max. rated voltage: 9 ... 32 VDC
  • Nominal power use: 4.5 W
  • Maximum power use: 20 W
  • Input current(24VDC): Typ. 180 mA Max. 840 mA
  • RL contact: Max. 220 VDC/ 270mA

Standards and approvals

  • CE
  • FCC
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Marco Bekker NLD, ENG, GER

Marco Bekker

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Training

  • Certified PROFIBUS Engineer

    26 September 2017, 30 October 2017

    'Distinguish yourself from the others and show that you are the expert.....Become a Certified PROFIBUS Engineer.'

  • PROFIBUS Troubleshooting & Maintenance

    04 October 2017, 28 November 2017, 28 November 2017

    The PROFIBUS Troubleshooting and Maintenance training course is fully concentrated on those who install and maintain PROFIBUS installations.

  • FREE ProfiTrace Training

    09 November 2017, 05 December 2017

    This free training is concentrated on the number 1 troubleshooting tool for PROFIBUS networks.

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