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  1. expected outputs each time without fail, and furthermore, there is no room for errors. Undergoing PLC and SCADA training have a student familiar with a number of computer languages as well. This is what PLC and SCADA has to offer to the industry and those who are a part of it, at large. Going to the specifics, PLC and SCADA training advantages: The technical aspect: Once a trainee gets familiar with the programming languages, he or she will confront no issues as far as taking care of the core framework components and rest of the parts is concerned. The greater part of the codes that are written are more often than not downloaded onto the PLSI by means of a cable. Furthermore, simply from that point onwards, the program can be saved in the non-volatile memory. These PLSI are known to be solid and are created for rough use and can sustain a ton of mauling. Up gradation across industrial sectors: There are numerous sensors and various ports connected with these components. What’s more, these are essentially utilized in the valves, engine starters, and various other comparable things. As of late, the PLC SCADA courses have picked up a great deal of popularity, since a large portion of the recruiters look for potential applicants who are done with their PLC SCADA training, and can deal with all the technical subtleties and everything. That’s the reason why training in PLC and SCADA has turned out to be a great degree essential as every one of the organizations have upgraded and look for candidates who can effectively manage all the automation peripherals. Real More: PLC SCADA Training: The Proven Gateway for a Place In Modern Industries!
  2. Looking for the hot favourite SCADA interview questions 2019? Get them right here! Here’s sharing with you, SCADA interview questions 2019, that are hot favourites of the interviewers. Go through these and prepare them, as it would be very useful for you during an interview. List Of Top SCADA Interview Questions & Answers 2019: 1. Explain why companies use SCADA SCADA serves to be a methodology that characterizes protection and performance of the data for the plant or the communication center. It helps enhance employee productivity and enables the economy to conserve energy. Read More: SCADA Interview Questions & Answers 2019
  3. How the best PLC SCADA training can land you a place in the modern industries.. So as to advance, PLC SCADA training has turned into a sure-shot formula of sorts, along with appropriate grooming. Every one of the industries are advancing quickly, and moving towards applying the automation technology all across the sectors. Since machines can manage the expected outputs each time without fail, and furthermore, there is no room for errors. Undergoing PLC and SCADA training have a student familiar with a number of computer languages as well. This is what PLC and SCADA has to offer to the industry and those who are a part of it, at large. Going to the specifics, PLC and SCADA training advantages: The technical aspect: Once a trainee gets familiar with the programming languages, he or she will confront no issues as far as taking care of the core framework components and rest of the parts is concerned. The greater part of the codes that are written are more often than not downloaded onto the PLSI by means of a cable. Furthermore, simply from that point onwards, the program can be saved in the non-volatile memory. These PLSI are known to be solid and are created for rough use and can sustain a ton of mauling.
  4. All this while, we have come across the terms SCADA and HMI, and also seen the details of it. But what about the points of difference between SCADA and HMI? It is important to know it as well. To acquaint you with it, we have dedicated this blog to the same topic. A SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) System is the one belonging to the Automation or Industrial Control System category, that might consist of directly control or have a communication with one or more of the below: Data Acquisition Systems (DAQs) Industrial Cloud Computing Environment Historians and Data Storage Servers Networked industrial machines and automation Remote telemetry along with control using burst or continuous communications There is a possibility that a SCADA system can be all the time connected to all of the components in the ICS, or on the other hand at times connected to some or all, and updated through a burst communication over radio or cellular modems (2G/3G/4G, GSM and CDMA technologies) to field equipment and devices.
  5. What is SCADA Software?

    Everyone's heard of the SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition mechanism plays an important role in determining the processes and control system. It further sends processed information to supervising unit for analytics. Schneider Electric India has helped businesses have a clear vision of machinery operations with SCADA. ), But an another term is SCADA Software, what actually it is ?
  6. Honeywell Experion SCADA

    I haven't used Experion before, nor do I have a licence or access to a download of the application. As such I want to know how limited an unlicensed version of the product is. Is it like Citect where you may develop graphics but need a license for runtime, or is it like FTView where you need a license just to open the application? Thanks in advance
  7. Citect...text string to sql

    Hi all, Needing an assist. We been trying to send a local var alphanumeric string to an Access DB using the SQL. We can successfully send integer/real values to the DB when they are entered via the var=FormNumPad() popup. I use SQLSet, SQLAppend, and SQLExec. Since we cannot generate text using FormNumPad(), we use the var=Input() command. The local var seems to hold the value entered on the screen, but a plc address writes the value for a moment then wipes it out. Then when we use the same SQL commands for the string var, the system immediately starts throwing errors. My guess is because the value is null. Any ideas? Is there a proper way to generate a keypad or textbox on screen? We are using v. 2016 on a Win10 box. Thanks in advance.
  8. SCADA for FX3U

    Hello everyone.  I got factory full of FX3U plcs and right now is needed to make a SCADA for monitoring (and maybe provide some control) all of them. I dont know which SCADA product to choose. Which one have bettter compatibility with mitsubishi plcs/which one is cheaper/or maybe simpler in use.  Thank you in advance.
  9. Hi, I have a a few substations and I´d like to have a local SCADA in each of them. What is the best scada to use with reasonable price? Does anyone know if there is a solution without the need to have a PC for each substation? Thanx
  10. Light SCADA request

    Hi all,  How are you? Hope everything goes well with all of you.  I have a small project that involves only 2 PLCs and around 500 objects or tags. End user does not require HMI graphics of factory operation. Basically the system only need to collect data from the instruments, and generate reports automatically. So, I was wondering is there such really "light" SCADA system to serve this kind of production? Because if possible I wish to implement using only basic workstation machine, since its work load is supposed to be very light.  I am glad to have your comment. Thank you so much.
  11. There have been many good discussions on the applicability of cloud-based solutions for manufacturing and process control systems. On one side, some people have concerns regarding security and control of the information, on the other side, there are identified benefits enabled by cloud systems. From VMS minicomputers to DOS and Windows, from ArcNet to Ethernet, it is inevitable the industrial automation systems shall adopt the technologies that are getting predominant in IT general use; the current environment that I am calling the “Cloud-iPad era” is no different; therefore the practical discussion is not if those new technologies will be applied in the industrial environment, but how. This paper is not intended to join the conceptual discussion about the cloud, but just to present a few simple practical examples, where cloud technologies are already enhancing industrial automation solutions and enabling new business opportunities. CloudPracticalApplications.pdf
  12.   Hi everybody, this is me psoting for the first time here.  Currently I am taking a distributed control systems course, and one of our current tasks is the following: "Develop a control system with the task to control an induction (asnychronous) motor. You may use HMI SCU 8B5 (Schneider electric PLC) and Altivar71( Schneider VFD). The communication protocol to be used is CanOpen. The process should be visualized on the HMI of the PLC. Using the IGSS scada system, you should be able to control and observe the system on a PC." I have written the SoMachine program that I will upload to the PLC(basically Schneider provided the code for the exact same hardware:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1VW9deqK5TeEEQeA6fZZjteijUs7xVPcH/view?usp=sharing). Then I moved on to set up the IGSS scada program, following the pdf manual listed on their site, page 18 and on:http://d2i1dro1ulg1xm.cloudfront.net/training/FullWS_Exercise_Master.pdf . I tried to follow through all the steps, however I do have a few questions. First, in step 8., which driver should I use for my hardware? I selected the Modicon driver, as that was one of the few Schneider drivers available(see attached image). My second question is with regards to connecting the variables that the PLC sends to the PC and actual objects in the graphical environment, such as on page 32. How do I do it? If anyone has more materials on this topic, it would be greatly appreciated. I can't get any help from my tutor(he refuses, and says we do our own research). If you know somebody who could perhaps help me out on this one, please feel free to share with them this question.     
  13. Elipse SCADA

    Hi, I'm adding some automatic slide adjusts to some progressive presses that use Elipse SCADA as their HMI software. I've never used it before and was wondering if anyone knew where I could learn the basics. All Google searches have yielded non-English tutorials and manuals and one unhelpful English manual. All I really need to know is how to establish communication and upload/download but any information provided would be greatly appreciate. The more thorough, the better.    Thanks! 
  14. Popular HMI/SCADA Software Suites?

          Hi all. I'm new here. Quick background on myself: I was a 6-and-out Navy Nuke Electrician on a Sub. I finished my service in Jan 2015 and immediately went to work as a shift electrician at a steel mill. I always say I was a good nuclear operator, but a poor electrician. However, I think I have learned rather quickly and really enjoy PLC's and HMI development. At my company, we have a lot of liberty to modify code, create new projects, etc.      I primarily work with S7-300/S7-400 and GE UC's at work; and I have a Micrologix emulator and programming software I practice on. All of our HMI development is done in InTouch and I feel proficient with WW, having done some projects with Modbus/DASSIDirect on my own.     As this is the first industrial automation job I have ever had, I only know about the software and hardware I have been exposed to at work. My question is what are other popular HMI software suites that major employers use (and customers prefer), because I'd really like to become very good at the programming/control side of my job.     Thank you all very much. Adam
  15. The OPC Server for Siemens Controllers

    Good day to all forum members. I think many engineers are faced with the need to connect Siemens controllers to various SCADA systems. In most cases, the OPC technology is used to make such a connection. We want to offer participants to try our product, the OPC server for the Profinet protocol applied in Siemens controllers. Our OPC server supports the following standards: OPC DA 2.05, OPC HDA 1.2 and OPC UA (transfer of archives is supported too). Controllers of the following series are supported: S7-200, S7-300, S7-400, S7-1200 and S7-1500. The OPC server provides the interactive import of tags from the Tia Portal environment, and this simplifies configuring the server. The OPC server contains the built-in client for monitoring values, and this simplifies communication debug. There are the following modifications of the OPC server: - Demo version (full-featured, 1 hour continuous operation in the runtime mode) - Free version (32 tags at the most) You can download the trial version here: http://opc-server.com/catalog/mullti-protocol/profinet/ In addition to the OPC server for the Profinet protocol, we also support such protocols as Modbus, Omron FINS, Bacnet, IEC 60870-5-104, IEC61850 and SNMP.   We would love to hear feedback and feature requests to our products.
  16. Grupa ProfAs Sp. z o. o. jest firmą doradczą, świadczącą usługi w szeroko rozumianej dziedzinie Human Resources. Specjalizujemy się w rekrutacjach na stanowiska specjalistyczne, średniego i wyższego szczebla. Wierzymy, że nasz Zespół złożony z profesjonalistów jest w stanie zapewnić perspektywiczne spojrzenie i najwyższą jakość wykonywanych usług. Aktualnie dla naszego Klienta - firmy z branży automatyki przemysłowej - poszukujemy osoby na stanowisko: Programista sterowników PLC Kraków / Piła / Poznań ZAKRES OBOWIĄZKÓW: Programowanie sterowników PLC Siemens Wykonywanie aplikacji dla systemów SCADA i HMI Dobór konfiguracji sprzętowych PLC Testowanie i uruchamianie maszyn u Klientów końcowych (delegacje krajowe i zagraniczne) Wykonywanie programistycznych prac serwisowych u obecnych Klientów Sporządzanie instrukcji obsługi maszyn   WYMAGANIA: Bardzo dobra znajomość sterowników PLC Siemens Umiejętność parametryzacji serwonapędów, falowników, etc. Znajomość paneli HMI oraz systemów SCADA Znajomość sprzętowa oraz programowa komunikacyjnych sieci przemysłowych ProfiBus, Profinet, Ethernet, DeviceNet, Modbus, etc. Znajomość zagadnień i komponentów automatyki (przetwornice, serwonapędy, obwody bezpieczeństwa, aparatura modułowa, itp) Mile widziana znajomość programowania innych sterowników: Allen-Bradley, Omron Prawo jazdy kat. B Komunikatywna znajomość języka angielskiego lub niemieckiego OFERUJEMY: Współpracę w oparciu o umowę o pracę Udział w profesjonalnych szkoleniach Korzystne warunki wynagrodzenia Rozwój w firmie z doświadczeniem na rynku międzynarodowym nr w rejestrze 14990 Osoby zainteresowane prosimy o przesyłanie CV na adres k.dominik@profas.com.pl lub kontakt telefoniczny pod nr tel. 881 700 778.
  17. The OPC Server for Omron Controllers

    Good day to all forum members. As you know, Omron controllers support FINS, the protocol of its own development. Despite the protocol is high-functional and well thought-out, few of SCADA systems support the protocol at the driver level, and therefore the main manner of connection of such controllers to SCADA systems is an OPC server. We want to offer participants to try our OPC server for the FINS protocol. Our OPC server supports the following standards: OPC DA 2.05, OPC HDA 1.2 and OPC UA (transfer of archives is supported too). The protocols FINS Ethernet and FINS Serial are supported, and this allows you to connect various modifications of Omron controllers, both with and without Ethernet cards. The OPC server contains the convenient utility of import from a file formed by CX-Programmer, and this simplifies configuring the server. There are the following modifications of the OPC server: - Demo version (full-featured, 1 hour continuous operation in the runtime mode) - Free version (32 tags at the most) You can download the trial version here: http://opc-server.com/catalog/mullti-protocol/opc_server_for_omron_controllers/ In addition to the OPC server for the FINS protocol, we also support such protocols as Modbus, Profinet, Bacnet, IEC 60870-5-104, IEC61850 and SNMP.   We would love to hear feedback and feature requests to our products.
  18. GX Works2 & MX OPC Server 6.10 issue

    Hello! What i am about to do is connecting an external SCADA system to a Mitsubishi PLC via OPC server. I have already made some FBs and included their instances in a program in GX Works2, then started a GX Simulator2 and connected it to an OPC Server. From the OPC configurator I have defined some tags with their corresponding device addresses (e.g. D12345). I am using structured variables which device addresses i am entering in the OPC configurator. Tried to make some full rebuild compiling and at first was happy that the devices remain unchanged. The main problem is that after some time this devices change which completely ruined my experiment. Maybe there is some point that I am missing or there is just no way to use a fully functional SCADA connected that way to the Mitsubishi PLC (by OPC)? The question is is there a way to tell a particularly used instance of a function block to have exactly the same device addresses ever. 
  19. SCADA DEMO SOFTWARE

    I want scada rs view studio demo version download so how down load software. regards, jagdish
  20. View File GE SRTP Ethernet Driver for .NET .NET Component for use in Visual Studio.NET to create HMI/SCADA apps that communicate with GE SRTP devices via Ethernet. Supports PACSystems, Series 90, and VersaMax.   Supports PACSystems symbolic variables and CPU rack + slot specification. Does not require 3rd party drivers Does not require OPC x86, x64, and Any CPU compatible Visual Studio.NET 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2013 Compatible Most .NET targets are supported, including Web, Win Forms, WPF, console, and service apps. Build Windows Forms, console, and ASP.NET applications that run on Linux with Mono framework. Extremely high performance - 5~10 mSec typical transaction time Optimizes multiple register configurations into minimal transactions Tag database can be configured via code or visual designer Abstract base classes allow you to write generic code that works with all drivers Synchronous and asynchronous read/write methods Data change notifications Provides common user interface across all driver classes No limit on number of devices or data points Multi-threaded for high data throughput Includes extensive help system Windows, Console, and Web Example applications with VB and C# source code included. Easily connect office systems to factory floor. Free 30 day fully functioning trial version available for download Runtime-free for qualified applications   Submitter Automated Solutions Submitted 05/09/09 Category Demo Software
  21. Version 2.0.2

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    free HMI/SCADA program WebN Server 2.0 (freeware) * manual & program download site : http://www.netran.co.kr * Web-N Server 2.0 (freeware) - PLC interface demo video : https://youtu.be/MuOFMwK7Qqs* Android phone app download : https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... .en2&hl=en- Windows 7/8/8.1/10 x64, .NET frameworks 4.6 over  - Mult-Language (tool language, view page language)  - PC monitor, Web browser monitor, Smartphone monitor - (Design once and monitor on multiple instruments)   Unlimited number of tags    Unlimited monitoring time    1,024 concurrent connections    Unlimited upgrade    Unlimited connection of       equipment (PLC, DCS, DDC ..)    Unlimited app push message   No Software fee    No installation cost    No registration fee    No license fee    No cost to use    No upgrade cost    Free Redistributable      
  22. free HMI/SCADA program Web-N Server2.0 (freeware) View File Program download site : http://www.netran.co.kr   Web-N Server 2.0 - video for PLC interface demo : https://youtu.be/MuOFMwK7Qqs   - Windows 7/8/8.1/10 x64, .NET frameworks 4.⁠6 over - Mult-Language (tool language, view page language) - PC monitor, Web browser monitor, Smartphone monitor   (Design once and monitor on multiple instruments)   Unlimited number of tags Unlimited monitoring time 1,024 concurrent connections Unlimited upgrade Unlimited connection of equipment (PLC, DCS, DDC ..) Unlimited app push message   No Software fee No installation cost No registration fee No license fee No cost to use No upgrade cost Free Redistributable =============================================== Submitter webn Submitted 08/29/17 Category Free Utilities
  23. Control Valve

    Hi, Please I am new to PLCs & SCADA. I will appreciate if someone can explain what it means by The inlet valve will be actuated by the SCADA  system via two 24V DC digital outputs. Why is it using two 24V DC digital output. Is this because it is a solenoid two way valve?   Thanks
  24. Hie, I am from a power utility company with almost 100% SCADA-ready facilities. the next challenge is trying to convert all these overwhelming site information into ACTIONABLE infos. The idea is to establish a dedicated centre (NOT a control centre) as a Monitoring Master Station and also as the Real-Time Asset Management and Predictive Maintenance tool. Question: Anyone can share experience/review on suitable Software and Hardware for such Master Station? If possible, inclusive of Front End module/ Historian/ Database Server/ Intelligent Software for input logics, etc.
  25. Apply Now!BBG Management Corporation has an opportunity for a Factory Automation Services Manager in Columbus, GA.Responsibilities:- Leading engineering teams in maintaining a high-tech manufacturing facility- Working with clients and customers to outline and fulfill project requirementsRequirements:- At least 5 years of experience with service delivery (ideally in the manufacturing industry)- Excellent leadership (at least 5 years of management experience) and client-facing skills – sales skills are an asset- Experience with PLC/SCADA/HMI is ideal- Familiarity with IOT devices, sensors and transducers is an assetIf you feel that you would be a good fit for this position, please contact our recruiter Diana Iliev at diana.iliev@bbgmanagement.com.  Or, apply directly on our website at https://bbgmanagement.com/careers?t=5&b=Z5DQZZ6MC4P4LMHFTAUL4EEMAZLPA2U3Y3BRIBS6AA5RM6CJLZZLIJMVXRTBJHRXRUF5OC635ZESOLEDKEF7W%3D%3D%3DOur jobs are also available on LinkedIn, Indeed and Glassdoor.BBG Management welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations for disabilities in relation to the job selection process are available upon request.