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SCADA for LVDAC-EMS

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Description

Education in electrical engineering at Festo Didactic is largely based on our unique electric power technology training platform, which combines hardware, software, and courseware to allow study of electrical energy.

At the heart of the systems are the data acquisition and control interface (DACI) and the four-quadrant dynamometer/power supply. When used in combination with LVDAC-EMS software program, students have access to a complete set of computer-based instruments to measure, observe, analyze, and control electrical and mechanical parameters of a workstation on their computers.

Our state-of-the-art training platform has just been enhanced through the integration of a new SCADA-EMS feature, a software program designed to run in combination with LVDAC-EMS. SCADA-EMS transforms LVDAC-EMS and the workstation’s computer into a local workstation that can be monitored and controlled over a local network from a supervisory computer. Using the OPC Server protocol, SCADA-EMS enables users to design their own interface by calling the different applications running on the local workstations.

Features & Benefits

  • Monitor and control several workstations from one (or more) supervisory computer(s)
  • Use OPC server protocol to communicate between the different workstations
  • Include your own pictures and schematics
  • Introduce SCADA in existing EMS laboratories

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SCADA-EMS is connected to three stations: the Direct On-Line Starter (DACI), the DC Voltage source (Dynamometer), and the Automatic Voltage Control (DACI). Individual station controls and displays are configured by the user.
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LVDAC-EMS standard application (left) and SCADA-EMS (right) running the same application remotely.
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A picture was added by the user in the SCADA window of a Static Var Compensator application.
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