Learn SCADA from Scratch Design Program and Interface
What you’ll learn
Install SCADA in their computer
Link it to the PLC and create tags
Monitor and Control PLC operations
PLC Programming at beginners level
We all know SCADA stands for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition, but most of us confuse that with HMI- Human Machine Interface. SCADA is merely software whereas HMI is hardware. The advantage of SCADA is we can use a computer, install the SCADA software, and can work it like an HMI as well. This course is for those who are looking for basic and advanced knowledge of SCADA. This course has high-quality video tutorials in SCADA features and elements. You will also get information on “How to download FREE SCADA software” and link it to your PLC. The SCADA software which is used in this course is Ignition which can be downloaded for free from the Ignition website and can be used for a trial period of 2 hours which can be reset and used again. The PLCs which are used to interface with SCADA are Siemens S7-1200 and Micrologix 1400. However, any PLC which supports Ethernet, MODBUS, OPC UA or PROFINET can be connected to Ignition SCADA to make SCADA screens.In this course, you will learn not only how to make SCADA screens but also how to log the PLC data in the database to make data analytics.The following are the key features of the course:High-Quality Video TutorialsLink to download SCADA softwarePresentations to review the contentTechnical support.This course starts from the basic introduction and ends with PLC SCADA application projects. If you looking for a course to learn and apply the gained skills immediately, this course is for you! You will get a course completion certificate after completing the course.
Section 1: Understanding SCADA
Lecture 1 What is SCADA?
Lecture 2 How to Download SCADA for free?
Lecture 3 Download and Install Rs Logix and Rs Linx
Lecture 4 How to link SCADA to PLC – Allen Bradley Micrologix 1400?
Lecture 5 Understanding SCADA designer platform
Lecture 6 Join our student community
Lecture 7 Updates in Industrial Internet of Things
Section 2: Things to know before designing SCADA Screen?
Lecture 8 Understanding Tags
Section 3: Button Elements
Lecture 9 Momentary Button
Lecture 10 Toggle Button
Lecture 11 One shot button
Lecture 12 Multistate Buttons
Section 4: Numeric Entry & Display Elements
Lecture 13 Simple Lable
Lecture 14 Numeric Lable
Lecture 15 Multi-state Indicator
Lecture 16 LED Display
Lecture 17 Moving Analogue Indicator
Lecture 18 Cylindrical Tank, Level Indicators & Linear Scale
Lecture 19 Meter & Thermometer
Lecture 20 Numeric Input
Section 5: PLC SCADA Projects (Digital ON/OFF based)
Lecture 21 PLC Box Sorting (1)- Understanding the Environment & SCADA Screen
Lecture 22 PLC Box Sorting (2)- Creating and Linking Tags
Lecture 23 PLC Batching (1)- Understanding the Environment and Ladder Logic
Lecture 24 PLC Batching (2)- Creating and Linking tags
Lecture 25 PLC Batching (3)- Animaitng the Level Indicators
Lecture 26 PLC Batching (4)- Monitoring Plant Status
Section 6: PLC SCADA Project (Analogue Based)
Lecture 27 Controlling and Monitoring an Analogue Process- VFD Control
Section 7: Publishing your SCADA Project
Lecture 28 How to publish the SCADA project?
Lecture 29 How to save SCADA Project
Lecture 30 How to link Delta PLC with Ignition SCADA via Modbus
Section 8: Introduction to Ignition SCADA and interfacing with PLC
Lecture 31 Course Updated with new lectures!
Lecture 32 Downloading and Installing SCADA software
Lecture 33 Creating OPC-UA Server and adding Siemens PLC in Ignition SCADA
Lecture 34 Configuration of Siemens S7-1200 PLC to connect to SCADA
Lecture 35 Testing connection between Siemens PLC and Ignition SCADA
Section 9: Reading/Writing Tags between Siemens PLC and Ignition SCADA
Lecture 36 How to make PLC tags for Siemens PLC in Ignition SCADA (1)
Lecture 37 How to make Database tags for Siemens PLC in Ignition SCADA (2)
Lecture 38 Connect to SCADA without real PLC
Lecture 39 Join our Telegram group
Section 10: Introduction to Database
Lecture 40 What is a database?
Lecture 41 Installing MySQL Database and understanding basic commands
Lecture 42 Linking MySQL Database to Ignition SCADA
Lecture 43 Checking scripts in Database Query Browser
Section 11: More visual elements
Lecture 44 Using Tables for PLC tags and Database
Lecture 45 Using Charts for PLC tags and Database
Lecture 46 Using Bar Charts for PLC tags and Database
Lecture 47 Using Pie Charts for PLC tags and Database
Section 12: Industrial Example – Monitoring of Conveyor
Lecture 48 Industrial Application – Conveyor Control from SCADA – Designing Screen
Lecture 49 Industrial Application – Making Tags
Lecture 50 Industrial Application – Inserting the values in MySQL from Ignition (1)
Lecture 51 Industrial Application – Inserting the values in MySQL from Ignition (2)
Lecture 52 Industrial Application – Data analysis of data recorded in MySQL (1)
Lecture 53 Industrial Application – Data analysis of data recorded in MySQL (2)
Lecture 54 Industrial Application – Data analysis of data recorded in MySQL (3)
Lecture 55 Industrial Application – Data analysis of data recorded in MySQL (4)
Lecture 56 Industrial Application – Data analysis of data recorded in MySQL (5)
Lecture 57 Time based update/deletion of data
Section 13: How to make Reports in Ignition SCADA?
Lecture 58 Creating Reports in the SCADA Screen
Section 14: Course Wrap up
Lecture 59 How to save the course via Mobile application?
Lecture 60 How to download Udemy Certificate?
Lecture 61 Congratulation and Bonus
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