Certified SCADA Application Developer, SCADA Application Developer, Mumbai, India
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PROFILE

CSC : Certified SCADA Application Developer

Wondeware InTouch / Siemens Win CC / Allen Bradley RS View / GE Fanuc Cimplicity / Citect

Objectives

Participants will learn selection, programming, installation, commissioning and troubleshooting of SCADA software

SCADA General

Topic Mode
• Applications of SCADA software
• Different packages available with I/O structure
• Features of SCADA software
Practical

Practical exposure on SCADA software

Topic Mode
• Creating a new SCADA application
•Creating Database of Tags
Practical – Software
• Creating & Editing graphic display with animation
• Data Entry / Start Stop command
• Analog entry
• Sizing, Movement, Blinking, Visibility, Filling
Practical – Software
• Trending
• Creating & Accessing Real-time
• Creating & Accessing Historical Trends
Practical – Software
• Creating Alarms & Events Practical – Software
• Writing logic through script Practical – Software
• Connectivity with the different hardware
• Communication protocols
• Communication with PLC
• Communication with Data Acquisition System
Practical – Software
• Connectivity between software Practical – Software
• Concept of DDE, DLL, OPC drivers Practical – Software
• Commissioning the network nodes Practical – Software
• Troubleshooting the application
• Fault diagnostics and error handling
• Sorting communication problems
Practical – Software

IN : Industrial Networking

• Introduction to Industrial networking

  • → Introduction to Industrial networking
  • → Basic network knowledge, supported by demonstrations and practical assignments;
  • → Data communication and networking used in plants
  • → Serial connections: RS232/RS422/RS485
  • → Sensor and Control-level Networks
  • → Introduction to network equipment, Routing, Switching

• Introduction to commonly used networking protocols – Fieldbus, Profibus, Modbus, Ethernet, Control Net, HART Communication

  • → OSI model
  • → Available networks (Master/Slave, Client/Server and producer/Consumer)
  • → Communication relations (Point to Point, Multicast and Broadcast)
  • → Transmission media (Cables, Wireless)
  • → Network Standards

• Practical Sessions on Modbus and Profibus protocols

  • → Transmission medium
  • → Physical characteristics and installation details
  • → Data link functions
  • → Addressing
  • → Master Slave Mode
  • → Remote I/O System
  • → Sharing / Accessing Data on network

• Troubleshooting

  • → Common symptoms, problems and solutions
  • → How to quickly identify likely causes
  • → Communications issues
  • → Grounding/shielding/noise