Fisher FIELDVUE Instrument ValveLink Mobile Update
ValveLink Mobile Update
Sr. Marketing Manager
Most configuration, calibration, and diagnostics are still done locally.
In the field, techs can look for corrosion, leakage, and damage to
ancillary equipment, which are hard to assess remotely.
Speed is important. Every instrument and valve is calibrated during a
shutdown or turnaround, which equates to several thousand pieces of
Mobile - Solution
Icon Driven User Interface
Common Tasks Located on Home Screen.
High Contrast for Outdoor Viewing.
Thumb Driven Interface - No Stylus Required.
Preprogrammed diagnostics. Tests can be run, saved, and uploaded
later to ValveLink or AMS.
Color Touch Screen
Bluetooth / IrDA wireless capabilities for file
Emerson 475 Field Communicator
Mobile on a PDA
Very compact, portable platform for local configuration, calibration, and
Bluetooth Communications to a HART modem
Developed for Windows Mobile platform
Total Scan Step Response
Valve Signature Step Study
Dynamic Error Band Stroking Time
Stroke Valve Status Monitor
0, 25, 50, 75, & 100% presets Monitor basic variables
2% Jog Active alerts
Last calibration date
Wireless File Transfer
Data collected from the field can be transferred to a desktop using Bluetooth or IrDA.
Mobile - Benefits
"Local to the valve" is an important work practice for assessing
Mobile devices have become very powerful and have the right form
factor for field work.
ValveLink Mobile takes full advantage of recent developments in mobile
hardware and user interface design.
Valve diagnostics that were once only available on laptops or desktops
can now be brought out to the field.
Where To Get More Information
Local Business Partners