SmartPlant® Instrumentation

SmartPlant® Instrumentation

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What's New

SmartPlant Instrumentation enables you to perform instrument design in both engineering as well as operations to meet your business needs. The software surpasses other instrument design tools that are limited to only a few workflows.

The latest release of SmartPlant Instrumentation offers additional capabilities to the solid and robust solution to increase your design quality and productivity.

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To help you control who can access and modify data, SmartPlant Instrumentation now offers access rights for Instrument Index supporting tables. This helps you control and manage your data ownership. Plus, printing is now enabled for process data reports on process data that is locked.


The software now supports the 75x series of Fluke calibrators for calibration work at your plant.


The new version offers several capabilities that will enhance your productivity and data quality. Generate your desired deliverables more efficiently. Creating duplicate tags is easier because you no longer have to select the instrument type. The same is true for renaming the tags.

SmartPlant Instrumentation now delivers the cable instrument browser out-of-the-box, which supports the integrated solution by publishing all types of cables. This enhances the cable routing tasks inside your Smart 3D solutions. To identify revisions more quickly, revision descriptions have been added to several out-of-the-box reports.


The software now supports Oracle 11 and InfoMaker 12.5. Previous versions of InfoMaker are no longer supported.


SmartPlant Instrumentation is chosen by instrument designers from around the world, and now supports those users more efficiently. The latest version supports internationalization in a homogeneous environment, which can be defined as only using elements from a single locale. For example, a German customer running on a German operating system using only German characters and German cultural conventions is a fully supported homogeneous environment configuration.

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