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scadaVision™ is a SCADA HMI software product that provides monitoring and control for a wide variety of applications for various industries, including water, wastewater, and natural gas. scadaVision employs the multitasking power and windowing convenience of the Microsoft Windows operating systems as well as the familiarity of the network browser to provide an inexpensive, robust solution to the real-time requirements of a SCADA environment.
- An unlimited number of points may be configured at no extra charge. These point types are:
- Analog input points
- Discrete input points
- Analog output points
- Discrete output points
- Composed (scripted) computed points
- Alarm processing of the point is data base definable.
- On-line modifications of any existing point is supported.
- Scan groups define the points to be scanned and the scan period.
- An easy-to-use graphics display builder allows user composition of:
- Lines (width defined in pixels)
- Images (bitmaps, animated bitmaps, video clips)
- Bar graphs
- Page linking
- Database point linking
- Display attributes that may be associated with display objects are:
- Color - 32 user defined colors
- Blink - for alarms
- Inverse video - for text objects
- Users may compose reports without programming, containing real-time, historical, and statistical data.
- Reports may be produced periodically or on demand and emailed
- Data is scanned according to the user defined scan groups.
- Engineering unit conversions performed as specified.
- Microsecond accuracy.
- Selecting a graphic symbol representing a control point displays successive windows for the allowable control options.
- Discrete and analog output controls of several kinds are supported.
- Any database point may be specified for historical recording.
- For each point, the user specifies the recording frequency and the number of samples to retain online.
- Historical data may be archived to offline storage.
- Database points may be computed using a choice of many functions.
- Calculator functions are executed according to user-specified requirements:
- Upon the change of any input to the function
- After all inputs to the function have been scanned
- Any point can be programmable
- Any analog input or discrete input point that is computed is alarm-processed according to its database definitions.
- Analog input points can have:
- Level alarms (High-High, High, Low, and Low-Low)
- Reasonability alarms (High and Low)
- Rate-of-change alarms (Positive and Negative)
- Discrete input points can have alarmable states for each discrete value.
- Any database point alarm definition may be inhibited.
- All alarms are presented on the system Alarm Summary display and logged.
- Alarms can be routed via telephone, email
- Alarm logs are automatically printed and written to a disk file.
- Multiple printers are supported.
- Alarms may be sent to one and reports to others, or both types of output may share one printer.
- All operator control actions and data base modifications are logged.
- Automatic printer failover is provided for systems with two printers (Printer failure period is user configurable.)
- Multiple scadaVision sites can communicate in a distributed network.
- scadaVision supports multiple device protocols running concurrently.
- Communication drivers available:
- Bristol Babcock Network 3000/CW RTUs
- Modbus� protocol devices, over TCP/IP
- Allen-Bradley DF1
- PLC 5
- SLC 500
- OPC Client & DDE Server
- Other protocols can be provided.
- Any analog or discrete point that is currently being historically recorded, or has been historically recorded and archived, may be graphically trended.
- Up to 10 points may be trended on one display. Two displays (twenty points) may be active concurrently.
- Trend display parameters:
- Time axis for the display
- Up to 10 point IDs
- Minimum and maximum values for each point ID
- Time offset for each point ID
- Any trend display specification may be saved and recalled.
Bristol Babcock Integration
- System Security is integrated with Windows™ security requiring user login/logout.
- Up to 100 concurrent and unlimited offline users are supported at no extra charge.
- Operator capabilities are defined for each user.
- User security is provided by (Windows™) password.
- RTU detected and timestamped alarms are integrated and presented with scadaVision detected alarms.
- Workline diagnostic access to RTUs is performed concurrently with network data acquisition.
- RTUs are downloaded concurrently with network data acquisition.
scadaVision is a trademark of United Controls Corp.
- Server : Windows™7 / Windows™10
- Client : Windows™7 / Windows™10
- Browser: IE11/Chrome
Modbus is a trademark of Gould Inc.
Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corp.