Schneider Electric recently launched the Altivar Process 6000 (ATV6000) medium voltage service-oriented drive. The company states that ATV6000 is a smart, connected product that can help optimize businesses by enabling process optimization, improving energy management, enhancing asset management and providing a tailored engineering solution. Schneider Electric is currently working with UL and expects to have a listing by December 2019.
Equipped with Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure Asset Advisor, the ATV6000 provides a unique solution to optimize the operation and maintenance of installations. It allows businesses to plug into the Industrial Internet of Things to manage maintenance tasks on assets with preventive and predictive management based on real-time assessments and predictive analytics.
The ATV6000 with EcoStruxure Asset Advisor transforms data into insights to help run operations more efficiently and safer, with greater availability and increased profits. As part of EcoStruxure, Schneider Electric’s IIoT-enabled, plug-and-play, open, interoperable architecture and platform architecture, this service-oriented drive delivers energy management through smart data collection, real-time performance information and lifetime energy monitoring to reduce consumption.
The ATV6000 provides customization to meet specific purposes, offering flexibility for modifications and extensions. This means that whether electrical or mechanical, Schneider Electric’s application specialists and design engineers will provide optimized solutions resulting in Capex and Opex savings.
According to Schneider Electric, 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″ Magelis HMI.