Process Visualization with HMI / SCADA (PLC III)

Process Visualization with HMI / SCADA (PLC III)
Process Visualization with HMI / SCADA (PLC III)
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 16.5 Hours | 4.03 GB

Learn HMI / SCADA hands-on by developing your own live interfaces for a running system.

As a PLC programmer, there are two sides of the coin that you MUST know to get the job done, and those are the PLC and the HMI. In my first two PLC courses, you learned the ins and outs of PLC and have already created some pretty complex programs to run machines.

But if people aren't able to interact with those machines, they aren't going to be of much use! In this course, you're going to learn about HMI and SCADA by creating graphical interfaces operators will use to monitor automated process, establish operating parameters, and even acquire and warehouse data from a running system.

There are multiple solutions on the market to accomplish these tasks, and as such, we're going to be covering several. Wonderware (Schneider Electric / Indusoft) is perhaps the top solution in the world of process visualization. As such, we'll be working extensively with that technology, but we won't limit ourselves to a single package.

We'll also be working hands-on with InduSoft, EasyBuilder 5000 and AdvancedHMI, and hands-off with FactoryTalk View Studio and C-More so by the end of this course, you're going to actually know and have working experience with most of what people are using in the world of automation today.

Why Are There Four PLC Courses?

PLC I teaches you how to program with the focus on ladder logic, which is the most popular PLC programming language. The goal is to teach you everything you need to know to make a PLC do what you want it to do. You are also given all the software necessary to both CREATE and RUN your own programs live - right on your own computer.

PLC II forces you to take what you've learned and solve problem after progressively harder problem unassisted. You get a spec and are told simply: "Make it work, and don't progress until you have." After, you get to watch me solve each one as well. By the end, you don't just know how to program - you are a PROGRAMMER.

PLC III gives you both knowledge and experience in FIVE different HMI / SCADA development environments. By the end, you've created several COMPLETE visualization (screen) projects that you can actually run on your own computer (and SHOW PEOPLE in an interview) with no additional hardware.

PLC IV is only for the heavyweights. This course teaches you how to program using all five IEC programming languages (plus one more) in multiple environments. There are projects as well, so by the end, you have seen it all and DONE it all as well. There won't be anything anybody can show you that you won't already be familiar with.

Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Course Intro_ Curriculum _ Objectives
2 Software and Course Notes
3 Contacting Your Instructor

Concepts_ HMI and SCADA
4 Thesis
5 Panel vs PC
6 What is an HMI_
7 What is SCADA_
8 HMI vs SCADA (Differences)
9 HMI vs SCADA (Similarities)

Theory of Process Visualization
10 UI vs UX
11 How Much Visibility is _Enough__
12 Visualization Styles (Data_ Diagram_ Illustrative)

Overview of Tools and Technologies
13 VMware and Virtual Machines
14 Wonderware (HMI _ SCADA)
15 AdvancedHMI (HMI)
16 C-More (HMI)
17 EZware (HMI)
18 Com0com
19 SQL Server _ Studio Part 1
20 SQL Server _ Studio Part 2

Drivers and Communications
21 OPC Servers
22 Interface Cables
23 Comm Drivers

Our Target System
24 P&ID and Flow Diagrams
25 PLC Program Structure
26 System Simulation

C-More
27 The Development Environment
28 Creating a Project
29 Configuring Communications
30 Defining Tags
31 Screens and Navigation
32 Basic Controls
33 Basic Displays
34 Drawing Tools and Animations
35 Security
36 Alarms

FactoryTalk View Studio
37 The Development Environment
38 Creating a Project
39 Configuring Communications
40 Defining Tags
41 Screens and Navigation
42 Basic Controls
43 Basic Displays
44 Drawing Tools and Animations
45 Security
46 Alarms

AdvancedHMI
47 Signing into Visual Studio
48 The Development Environment
49 Configuring Communications
50 Basic Controls
51 Basic Displays

AdvancedHMI Project 1 - Primary Functionality
52 Project Specification
53 How I Do It (Part 1)
54 How I Do It (Part 2)
55 How I Do It (Part 3)
56 Testing the Example Project (Part 1)
57 Testing the Example Project (Part 2)

EasyBuilder 5000
58 The Development Environment
59 Creating a Project
60 Configuring Communications
61 Defining Tags
62 Screens and Navigation
63 Basic Controls
64 Basic Displays
65 Drawing Tools and Animations
66 Security
67 Alarms
68 Trends

EasyBuilder Project 2 - System Overview Screen
69 Project Specification
70 How I Do It (Part 1)
71 How I Do It (Part 2)
72 How I Do It (Part 3)
73 Testing the Example Project

EasyBuilder Project 3 - HOA Screen
74 Project Specification
75 How I Do It (Part 1)
76 How I Do It (Part 2)
77 How I Do It (Part 3)
78 Testing the Example Project

EasyBuilder Project 4 - Security Implementation
79 Project Specification
80 How I Do It (Part 1)
81 How I Do It (Part 2)
82 Testing the Example Project

EasyBuilder Project 5 - Runtime Screen
83 Project Specification
84 How I Do It
85 Testing the Example Project

EasyBuilder Project 6 - Configuration Screen
86 Project Specification
87 How I Do It (Part 1)
88 How I Do It (Part 2)
89 Testing the Example Project

EasyBuilder Project 7 - Graphical Monitoring Screen
90 Project Specification
91 How I Do It (Part 1)
92 How I Do It (Part 2)
93 Testing the Example Project

EasyBuilder Project 8 - Alarms Implementation
94 Project Specification
95 How I Do It
96 Testing the Example Project

EasyBuilder Project 9 - Trending Screen
97 Project Specification
98 How I Do It
99 Testing the Example Project
100 My Easybuilder Program

Wonderware (Indusoft Web Studio)
101 Educational Licensing
102 The Development Environment
103 Creating a Project
104 Configuring Communications
105 Defining Tags
106 Screens and Navigation
107 Basic Controls
108 Basic Displays
109 Drawing Tools and Animations
110 Security
111 Alarms
112 Trends
113 Data Acquisition

Wonderware Project 10 - System Overview Screen
114 Project Specification (NLT 5_25)
115 How I Do It (Part 1)
116 How I Do It (Part 2)
117 How I Do It (Part 3)
118 Testing the Example Project

Wonderware Project 11 - HOA Screen
119 Project Specification
120 How I Do It (Part 1)
121 How I Do It (Part 2)
122 Testing the Example Project

Wonderware Project 12 - Security Implementation
123 Project Specification
124 How I Do It
125 Testing the Example Project

Wonderware Project 13 - Runtime Screen
126 Project Specification
127 How I Do It
128 Testing the Example Project

Wonderware Project 14 - Configuration Screen
129 Project Specification
130 How I Do It
131 Testing the Example Project

Wonderware Project 15 - Graphical Monitoring Screen
132 Project Specification
133 How I Do It (Part 1)
134 How I Do It (Part 2)
135 How I Do It (Part 3)
136 Testing the Example Project

Wonderware Project 16 - Alarms Implementation
137 Project Specification
138 How I Do It
139 Testing the Example Project

Wonderware Project 17 - Trending Screen
140 Project Specification
141 How I Do It
142 Testing the Example Project

Wonderware Project 18 - Data Acquisition
143 Project Specification
144 How I Do It
145 Testing the Example Project
146 My Wonderware Program

Conclusion
147 Next Steps
148 Final Words
149 PLC Certified Programmers Alumni Group

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