Maintaining instrumentation and production at the same time can sometimes be a matter of having the right information on hand. Even though reading might not be your favorite part of the job, you need the details on how to take care of your field devices. Netilion is here to make finding specific information as easy as possible.
Netilion Library gives you quick access to all your instrument documentation. No more digging for manuals in desk drawers, no more shuffling folders to find certificates. With your PC, tablet or smartphone, you can easily open this file management service and pull the information you need.
Instrumentation documents ready for you in the easy-to-use Netilion Library
The digital file management service Netilion Library organizes your asset documents for you. You can upload, access and manage any field device file wherever you are and whenever you need.
Plus, Netilion Library contains the following documentation of Endress+Hauser field devices by default, so you don't even need to upload them:
- Technical information (data sheet);
- Short instruction sheet;
- Operating instructions (full manual);
- Ex safety instructions;
- Manufacturer information;
- Mounting instructions;
- Special documentation.
And you can access them whenever you want and find whatever you’re looking for.
Why use a file management service?
So, what are the benefits of using Netilion Library? Sure, you could set up your own file management system by collecting papers in folders or storing digital files on a drive. But Netilion Library is by far more practical and efficient.
One of the biggest advantages is that every document is attached directly to the digital twin of the respective field device. So you don’t have to create a structure for your files or struggle with getting your colleagues to understand it.
Netilion Library is like a virtual store, containing the digital twins of all your instruments. Each digital twin has a space for uploading any kind of document: manuals, calibration documentation, configuration reports, maintenance protocols and many more. And of course, the digital twins of your Endress+Hauser devices already contain basic documents by default (see the list above).
How does digital file management work?
How can you get started with this digital file management service? Actually, it's very simple, and you can try it out for free! Just sign up for a free plan. Then you can create the digital twins of your field devices by entering their serial numbers. After that, you can upload files and attach them to their respective field devices.
And last but not least, you can enjoy the ease of digital file management. You’ll feel so much relief, having all your documents connected to their devices and right at your fingertips.
Try it out now.