Hi all! I recorded recently a video teaching how to build a tank level animation using PascalSCADA. The unique cons are the audio that was recorded in Portuguese. Click on …
Provides native communication (that is, without the need for third-party software) to:
Logo 7 and 8 with ethernet port
S7-200 with CP-243 card
S7-300 via CP343-1 or onboard ethernet
S7-400 via CP443-1 or ethernet onboard
Mitsubishi PLC’s that support Melsec protocol
PLC’s that supports Modbus TCP
PLC’s that supports Modbus RTU
Without tag limits
Unlimited number of tags, allowing you to do everything from simple to complex applications.
In addition, PascalSCADA tags allow the developer to represent in your application any type or structure of data that is declared in your PLC, such as Boolean, integer, real, strings, arrays, or complex structures that are declared in your PLC software .
Animations made easy
Draw screens that represent your process using bitmap or vector graphics.
Create animations using multiple images, as if they were a small movie.
Create flow animations with lines that propagate their color, interconnecting with objects that do the conditioning of propagating or not the color of the flow for the following objects.
Run your supervisory system across multiple platforms and operating systems.
Currently supported by PascalSCADA:
Windows 2000 or higher
Linux version 2.6 or higher
FreeBSD 7.0 or higher
It can also run on other platforms and / or systems, as long as they are supported by Lazarus / FreePascal