Ams Valve Link

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Product Data Sheet
February 2011

AMS Suite: Intelligent Device Manager
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AMS ValveLink SNAP-ON Application

The AMS ValveLink SNAP-ON application provides advanced information on the health of your valves so you can use your aintenance resources where they are needed most.

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Communicate with both HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controllers in the same application
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The Power of Diagnostics
AMS Suite: Intelligent Device Manager allows easy access to powerful device diagnostics for configuration, calibration, and documentation of the operating characteristics of HART and FOUNDATION fieldbus Fisher FIELDVUE Digital Valve Controllers.
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Online, in-service performance diagnostics identify faults, list possible causes, and recommend corrective actions Schedule automatic valve tests and generate detailed diagnostic reports Reduce time to complete commissioning and turnarounds

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Using the AMS ValveLink SNAP-ON application, an instrument engineer, maintenance technician, or operations supervisor can obtain the information needed to solve problems before they affect the process.

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Product Data Sheet
February 2011

AMS Suite: Intelligent Device Manager

In-service performance diagnostics go beyond just telling you about problems - they recommend actions to correct faults.

The AMS ValveLink SNAP-ON application’s diagnostic capabilities permit you to select only those control valves that need to be rebuilt during plant turn arounds to optimize use of your valuable maintenance resources.

DVC5000f Series) over the fieldbus H1 segment. Information for all series of instruments is presented in a consistent, easy-to-interpret interface that provides: n Communicate with a Single Application
The AMS ValveLink SNAP-ON application remotely communicates with HART FIELDVUE instruments (DVC2000, DVC5000 and DVC6000 Series) over the existing 4-20 mA signal wiring using the HART communication standard. The same application also

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