SCADA on a dedicated workstation (h)
- I/O Modules
- I/O bus
- Process stations
- Connecting the process station to network
- Design step by step
- System topology
- Autonomous system (without networking), MiniPLC (a, b)
- Autonomous system, process station with a touch screen (c, d)
- Autonomous system, touch screen control (e)
- Access over a web interface (f)
- Remote web access (g)
- SCADA on a dedicated workstation (h)
- SCADA with a web access (i, j)
- SCADA with several workplaces (k)
- Management system for more local management stations (l)
- Management station
- Other network and communication components
- Third party system integration
There is a SCADA (RcWare Vision) with a RC-Vision licence (for Domat process stations, no 3rd party integration, maximum 4500 data points). A 3rd party system integrated in a process station is considered as Domat datapoints.
This configuration is suitable for middle-sized and large sites and for sites where the trend and log data should be saved permanently. Detailed description of the SCADA functionality see RcWare Vision – Function overview.
The SCADA may also contain drivers for direct integration of 3rd party systems, in that case the RC-Vision-x licence for unlimited datapoints and 3rd party system integration should be ordered. However, a large choice of drivers there is in the SoftPLC Runtime. The preferred topology is then
RC-SoftPLC runtime which runs as a service on the same PC as the SCADA
RC-Vision SCADA visualising the data from the runtime.
The program operated under Windows 2000 / XP / 7 / 8 and requires Microsoft.NET 1.0 or 4.5 (the Microsoft.NET installers are free of charge).