Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (Scada)
SCADA systems are used to monitor and control the equipment in the industrial process which includes manufacturing, production, development and fabrication. The SCADA software gives real-time information and analytics from different system components connected to the internet.
Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition system is a control system that consists of control network interfaces, input/output, communication equipment and software.
The system is easily expandable. Therefore, any number of control units and sensors can be added according to the requirement.
It is essential to start a project by developing a good design. These design documents are then updated during the configuration and installation sections of the project so that they may be used as the basis of the test documentation.
Automation Mechatronics have standard templates for HMI and SCADA screen development. This greatly reduces the time required to configure a system. All site engineers have the ability to modify these templates or create new templates to develop custom solutions.
A PLC programme is written with a structure. These simple structures have been developed to minimise the time required to commission the PLC programme. A significant benefit of this system is that site electricians find the code easy to view and understand.