EXPLANATION ABOUT SCADA
The signals received in the SENSORS are treated and the noise obtained is isolated. All this information is sent to the CONTROL INTERFACE to control the harmonic interference and the magnetic effects. Using the SOFTWARE (specific to each unit and based on Labview), all the signals received from the unit sensors can be understood. The results can be displayed in graphs and curves in real time, so the process can be analyzed by checking all the sensors, curve values and/or two or more parameter values. Once the information is received and displayed in the SOFTWARE, the user can act on the HARDWARE itself and change values, open valves, etc.
In other words, there is an interaction at all times between the hardware and the user in real time through the SCADA system.
KEY FEATURES ABOUT SCADA
During the last 40 years EDIBON has designed several different SCADAs for Teaching and Research Units (all differerent, although with the same philosophy). Thanks to our philosophy, we can quickly and precisely design a NEW SCADA. Our design system and procedure are covered by ISO9001.
The main part of SCADA is CONTROL, so controllers are required. Nearly all industrial companies in the world buy CONTROLLERS from several CONTROL MANUFACTURERS, as Honeywell, Foxboro, Siemens, etc. These industrial companies make their own control system by using the industrial controllers. In EDIBON, we design our OWN CONTROLLERS. This allows us to expand many additional applications, such as SCADA + PLC Control, ESN (EDIBON SCADA – NET), EDIBON Cloud Learning (ECL), etc.
THIS IS THE BASIS OF OUR KNOW-HOW AND OUR TECHNOLOGY
In-house production at our own factories, in Technological Park Móstoles Tecnológico (Madrid), Spain and Leganés – Madrid (Spain).
We product our equipment, including many mechanical pieces which are made on our lathes and milling machines. What is not available in the market, we make. The standard components (mother boards, aluminum proﬁles, metallic tanks, etc) are subcontracted.
EDIBON has a strong structure which allows us to manufacture not only small teaching units, but also big and sophisticated equipment.