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== Quick start ==
 
== Quick start ==
  
Download the "Eclipse SCADA Admin Client" (http://www.eclipse.org/eclipsescada/downloads.html). Start the application and create a new connection to: "da:ngp://demo.openscada.org:2101".
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Download the "Eclipse SCADA Admin Client" (http://www.eclipse.org/eclipsescada/downloads.html). Start the application and create a new connection to: "da:ngp://demo.openscada.org:2101" or "da:ngp://scada.eclipse.org:2101".
  
 
Press the right mouse on the node "User Preferences" and select "Add Connection…" from the context menu.
 
Press the right mouse on the node "User Preferences" and select "Add Connection…" from the context menu.
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== Architecture ==
 
== Architecture ==
  
{{Note|At the moment the demo system is hosted at demo.openscada.org. But still it provides the Eclipse SCADA system.}}
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The setup involves four nodes:
 
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The setup involves three nodes:
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;scada.eclipse.org
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; The main server hosting the middleware and the value archive
 
;demo.openscada.org
 
;demo.openscada.org
: The main server hosting the middleware and the value archive
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: A second main server hosting the middleware and the value archive. A clone of "scada.eclipse.org"
 
;ostest1.muc.ibhmgt.de
 
;ostest1.muc.ibhmgt.de
 
: The server hosting the arduino driver
 
: The server hosting the arduino driver
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: The arduino board itself with the Ethernet shield
 
: The arduino board itself with the Ethernet shield
  
'demo.openscada.org' connects to 'ostest1' using the DA/NGP protocol. The connection is an IPv6 TCP connection.
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'scada.eclipse.org' and 'demo.openscada.org' connect to 'ostest1' using the DA/NGP protocol. The connection is an IPv6 TCP connection.
  
 
The arduino driver itself connects to the arduino ethernet shield and polls the data from the board. Since the polling is quite fast, the arduino driver is actually located beside the arduino board in our office, while the 'demo.openscada.org' server is hosted by an ISP "in the cloud".
 
The arduino driver itself connects to the arduino ethernet shield and polls the data from the board. Since the polling is quite fast, the arduino driver is actually located beside the arduino board in our office, while the 'demo.openscada.org' server is hosted by an ISP "in the cloud".
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=== Eclipse SCADA protocol ===
 
=== Eclipse SCADA protocol ===
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{|
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! URI
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| da:ngp://scada.eclipse.org:2101
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! Username
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| guest
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! Password
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|  guest12
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| ES.DEMO.ARDUINO001.LUX.V || Value of the light sensor || A floating point value that represents the value of the light sensor. Somewhere between 5000 - 30.000. Frequently changing, about every 250ms
 
| ES.DEMO.ARDUINO001.LUX.V || Value of the light sensor || A floating point value that represents the value of the light sensor. Somewhere between 5000 - 30.000. Frequently changing, about every 250ms
 
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{{Note|Other items|Actually there are a lot more items to check out. However the list is the items intended for interfaces with others}}
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 08:56, 9 May 2014

This document explains the Eclipse SCADA demosystem.

Quick start

Download the "Eclipse SCADA Admin Client" (http://www.eclipse.org/eclipsescada/downloads.html). Start the application and create a new connection to: "da:ngp://demo.openscada.org:2101" or "da:ngp://scada.eclipse.org:2101".

Press the right mouse on the node "User Preferences" and select "Add Connection…" from the context menu.

EclipseSCADA Demo QS 01.png

Enter the URL into the field and press "Finish".

EclipseSCADA Demo QS 02.png

Double click on the connection node or use the content menu to "Connect" to the server. The username and password are "guest" / "guest12". Browse through the tree and add the "LUX" item to the realtime list by drag and drop.

EclipseSCADA Demo QS 03.png

Architecture

The setup involves four nodes:

scada.eclipse.org
The main server hosting the middleware and the value archive
demo.openscada.org
A second main server hosting the middleware and the value archive. A clone of "scada.eclipse.org"
ostest1.muc.ibhmgt.de
The server hosting the arduino driver
arduino
The arduino board itself with the Ethernet shield

'scada.eclipse.org' and 'demo.openscada.org' connect to 'ostest1' using the DA/NGP protocol. The connection is an IPv6 TCP connection.

The arduino driver itself connects to the arduino ethernet shield and polls the data from the board. Since the polling is quite fast, the arduino driver is actually located beside the arduino board in our office, while the 'demo.openscada.org' server is hosted by an ISP "in the cloud".

Interfacing

The following interfaces are possible at the moment for you to try out. Not all interfaces that are supported by Eclipse SCADA are available on the demo system. But we are working on it.

Eclipse SCADA protocol

URI da:ngp://scada.eclipse.org:2101
Username guest
Password guest12
URI da:ngp://demo.openscada.org:2101
Username guest
Password guest12

The following items can be subscribed:

Item Name Description What to expect
ES.DEMO.ARDUINO001.LUX.V Value of the light sensor A floating point value that represents the value of the light sensor. Somewhere between 5000 - 30.000. Frequently changing, about every 250ms
Note.png
Other items
Actually there are a lot more items to check out. However the list is the items intended for interfaces with others


See also