SCADA Server Applications

Sample Application using SCADA Server with Cloud Access

Application 01: Modbus RTU devices connected to SCADA Server

Description: This application diagram shows a typical setup where Modbus RTU devices are connected to the VS350 SCADA Server and accessed via the cloud server. Users are able to create their own dashboard, setup long-term datalogging and alarm handling. Receive notification via e-mail or text message when an alarm occurs.

Application 02: Modbus TCP devices connected to SCADA Server

Description: This application diagram shows a typical setup where the VS350 SCADA Server is connected to an Ethernet Modbus TCP network with several devices and accessed via the cloud server. Users are able to create their own dashboard, setup long-term datalogging and alarm handling. Receive notification via e-mail or text message when an alarm occurs.

Application 03: Discrete I/O signals connected to SCADA Server

Description: This application diagram shows a typical setup where the VS350 SCADA Server is connected to 4 analog input signals (0-10V,0/4-20mA), 2 digital inputs and a relay output accessed via the cloud server. User are able to create their own dashboard, setup long-term datalogging and alarm handling. Receive notification via e-mail or text message when an alarm occurs.

Dashboards

Instant access to the pre-configured parameters and dashboards or create your own dashboard, select signals to monitor and create alarm thresholds.

Alarms

Create alarms from any of the available signals by setting the threshold level. Get notified by e-mail of text message when an alarm occurs.

Data Logging

Select which signals to use for long-term data logging. Data is stored on the cloud server and can be viewed or exported (Excel) at anytime.