In the early stages of automation processing, most SCADA/ and historian manufacturers had drivers running directly in their client applications. Although most of these drivers were for their own hardware set, some common protocols were occasionally included (like Modbus).
The problem that end users encountered was that one manufacturer’s client software often could not communicate with another manufacturer’s hardware or PLC/DCS. This meant that end users were limited to the product offerings from a single hardware manufacturer. It also limited the potential market for
Automation suppliers, who faced challenges selling their hardware to plants that, had specialized in a different brand.
This course provides overall OPC (Ole for Process Control) knowledge. All major aspects of OPC are covered by classroom presentations and laboratory exercises.
Students completing these courses receive a good grounding in OPC principles and strategies, diagnostics, and troubleshooting OPC.
- OPC Concept Introduction
- Connectivity before and after OPC
- OPC structure introduction
- Understanding OPC quality field
- DCOM Introduction
- Introduction to OPC DCOM connectivity
- OPC and DCOM error
- Configuring DCOM
- DCOM Quick Start
- DCOM – Secure by default
- OPC Application
- Creating OPC Project Channel
- Creating OPC Project Device
- Creating OPC Project Tag
- OPC System Tags
- Optimizing OPC Projects
- Benchmarking OPC Projects
- Using and Understanding Channel Diagnostics
- Using and Understanding OPC Diagnostics
- Using and Understanding Wireshark
- OPC Component Add-ons
- OPC Tunneling
- OPC Data Manager
- OPC Redundancy
- OPC Data Logger
Some experience with process measurement and control, connectivity protocols, and Industrial LAN Network may be helpful, but is not required.
What would you get?
Certificate, USB Flash-drive containing training material, Notebook, Documentation, Lunch and refreshment
Who should attend?
This class is ideal for instrument and control system engineer, process engineer, supervisors, plant floor operators and other individuals charged with the responsibility of deploying and/or maintaining Process Control System.
Course note set with slides from course modules
SPC Training Team
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org