Enercon Power Supplies with Artificial Intelligence Enable Remote Support

Enercon’s newest power supplies provide converters and extruders with multiple options for remote support, and with travel more limited these days, this is an important feature to ensure uptime.

The capabilities for remote support reportedly come in two levels: customers connecting the power supplies to a network for live support, or the more common method of downloading data from the power supply for review by Enercon Engineers.

“In addition to collecting event, fault and operating data, the system’s artificial intelligence captures critical information when a fault occurs. It’s the equivalent of having an Enercon Engineer connected to the system with an oscilloscope at the time of the fault,” said Brian Croke, engineering and R&D manager, Enercon.

This information is downloaded to a USB and sent to Enercon for review in the company’s proprietary data capture analyzer tool. This tool could allow Enercon engineers to view all critical operating data across custom reports to diagnose problems and ultimately remedy the cause.

The technology has reportedly proved valuable for Enercon’s customers both in the United States and around the globe. In addition to reducing the diagnosis time of potential issues, Enercon has also been able to update software remotely for customers without the need for a service visit.

For more information, visit www.enerconind.com.

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