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PROnetplan

Planning network load prior to construction

PROnetplan

Saving time and money during planning and maintenance

PROnetplan is a design software that makes it possible to preplan a PROFINET network particularly simple. It is used to appraise the network load related to the line depth, the refresh rate and the structure of a plant. This engineering tool enables you to create an ideal network structure with an optimized network load.

Features

  • Displaying the network load for each network connection
  • Adjusting the refresh rate
  • Information of the line depth for each device
  • Adjusting the net load separately for each device
  • Device adjusting in expert mode
  • Adjusting of various network access devices like PROFINET-INspektor® NT  or a measuring point like PNMA II
  • Clear device list of all nodes
  • Displaying of security advices
  • Displaying of available ports on switches or devices
  • Comprehensive print function
  • Feature-packed PDF export
PROnetplan engineering toolPlan your network structurePROnetplan - network loadOptimize network load

The software helps to optimise the system topology and the related network load already during planning. PROnetplan is characterised by a simple handling, a clear structured display and an extensive information content.

Connected with the software PROscan® Active V2 already scanned topology plans can be extended and edited simply by PROnetplan®.

PROnetplan - Refresh rateRefresh rate
PROnetplan - Available portsDisplaying of available ports
PROnetplan - Security advicesSecurity advices
PROnetplan - Print functionPrint function

Product Details

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Product name Art. No.
114010009


Downloads


The IIT Network Equipment Supplier brochure

IIT Network Equipment Supplier brochure Indu-Sol GmbH

From the component to the system solution - our IIT portfolio in one brochure!

PROFINET brochure

PROFINET brochure Indu-Sol GmbH

Technological coherences in detail that are based on the latest valid standards and guidelines