Artesis monitors are specifically designed to be self-sufficient, only requiring the user's attention when a problem is detected. They can also act as intelligent components in a complete, plant-wide monitoring and diagnosis system. MCMSCDA software collects and manages information from all Artesis monitors, provides enhanced diagnostic displays, and allows remote operation of the entire system. Artesis also offers advanced diagnostic services through remote connection to MCMSCADA.
Easy to use overview of the condition of all your equipment
MCMSCADA uses familiar Microsoft standards to simplify remote control of all monitors, as well as providing summary information about each asset being monitored. The overview display can be configured to reflect the physical layout of your facility, making it easy to assess current status at a glance.
Concise diagnostic displays
When the overview display indicates a developing problem, the diagnostic display is used to provide information about the type and severity of faults. In addition to reproducing the traffic lights from the monitor front panel, this display provides a clear summary of the problem allowing the most appropriate action to be taken. More detailed descriptions of diagnosed faults are also made available.
In-depth data analysis for advanced users
Although many users find the concise diagnostic display most helpful, more advanced users demand access to the whole measurement database. Long and short term measurement trend displays are available for all assets, along with frequency related data.
Automated warning of equipment faults
To avoid the need for paying constant attention to the remote monitoring displays, MCMSCADA also sends emails and text messages when faults are detected. As well as providing summary diagnostic information, these messages signal a need to review MCMSCADA displays, which can be accessed from any permitted remote computer anywhere in the world.