Powerful EtherCAT diagnosis application for bus verification, error detection and documentation
- bad cables or plugs
- system degradation (temperature, oxidation, mechanic failure, …)
- electromagnetic fields
If high availability shall be guaranteed for a automated control system it is important to verify and maintain the field bus. Using AT-ECLyser it is possible to take a look into the "health" of the EtherCAT system. Detection of signs of system degradation prior to running into a system failure will be of great benefit. In that case it is possible to exchange the problematic components (cables, slave devices).
Many aspects of diagnosis are covered by the AT-ECLyser:
- Useful for setting up the system
- System analyzation and maintenance
- Error detection
- Graphical bus topology display.
- Validate EtherCAT slave and master error counters and display the connection quality in the topology view.
- Define limits to determine connection quality (good, restricted or bad) that determine the behavior of the topology display view. Good connections will be diplayed green, restricted or bad connections in yellow or red, respectively.
- Via a simple click onto the appropriate node in the topology view detailed informations will be displayed
- For documentation purposes it is possible to store all current data (e.g. topology, slave info) into a XML file.
- Error and status messages (normally only available in the control system) will be shown in a separate log area
- Using a TCP/IP connection to a remote master it is possible to run diagnosis of a already running system at any time.
- AT-ECLyser is shipped with an integrated EtherCAT Master that can be configured and controlled using a Control-Panel.
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