The main goal of the project is to process the real-time data obtaining under supervisory control for a large-scale remote industrial environment.
In large industrial establishment, numerous procedures go on, in this manner, it is fundamental to monitor every one of the procedures and control the components in affecting them. Adapting a technology like SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) one can accomplish the previously mentioned objective adequately, and thus saving a lot of manpower.
For accomplishing this real-time situation, a temperature logging framework for a remote plant task is taken. Here temperature sensors are dulay interfaced to the 8051 microcontroller. Information gathered from the temperature sensors are always sent to the microcontroller which is thus associated with a PC.
At the front end, “DAQ System” (programming) is loaded on the PC which takes these values and displays them on its front board, and furthermore logs them in the database. One can set parameters like set point, low cutoff and the high limit point on the PC screen.
At the point when the temperature of a sensor goes past set point the microcontroller sends an order to the comparing hand-off. The heaters (appeared as lights) associated through transfer contacts (relating to their sensors) are killed (or ON in the other way around). High farthest point and low breaking point highlights are accessible for creating an AV alert on the PC in case of framework disappointment.
Consequently, forms at hazardous zones can be controlled with more accuracy and better security utilizing SCADA. Adjusting such an technology will spare both money and time.