Schneider Electric releases medium-voltage service-oriented drive
ATV6000 optimizes energy management through smart data collection
Schneider Electric launched its Altivar Process 6000 (ATV6000), a medium voltage service-oriented drive, which helps businesses through process optimization, improved energy management, enhanced asset management and by providing a tailored engineering solution, the company says. Equipped with the company’s EcoStruxure Asset Advisor, the ATV6000 is designed to optimize the operation and maintenance of installations, it says. In addition, the drive enables manufacturers to plug into the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), manage maintenance tasks on assets, and provide preventive and predictive management based on real-time assessments and predictive analytics. The drive also reduces energy consumption and operating costs, while still meeting production goals. The ATV6000 provides a high level of customization to meet specific purposes, offering flexibility for modifications and extensions regardless of whether the challenge is electrical or mechanical, the company says. The digital capabilities and mechanical characteristics of the ATV6000 also ensure improved operator efficiency, fast and easy onsite maintenance operations, easy troubleshooting with dynamic QR codes and comfortable usability with the 10-inch Magelis HMI, it says.
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