The software provides for comprehensive designing and checking functions for SPEEDWAY. For example, potential and summated current can be checked, input and output current can be defined for the electrical loads and a compatibility check can be initiated for the various modules. And, of course, the matching accessories can also be indicated.
But ProServe not only supports SPEEDWAY alone. Using the smartDesigner configuration tool (with electrical and mechanical plausibility checks and 3D views), other WAGO products, such as rail-mounted terminal blocks, ground terminal blocks and plug-in connectors are also supported.
ProServe is an open system in all directions; interfaces to a wide range of CAE systems are supported and, what's hot at the moment, EPLAN P8 integration. Data can also be exported to CAD systems, either in the neutral formats dxf, dwg, Stepp and igs, or in the CAD system native formats.