AquaView 1.60 SCADA system
Technical
specification
AquaView 1.60 SCADA system
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
AquaView 1.60........................................................................................................................................2
Product .................................................................................................................................................2
Communication................................................................................................................................... 3
System configuration ......................................................................................................................... 4
System demands................................................................................................................................. 4
Standard solutions...............................................................................................................................5
Functions................................................................................................................................................. 7
System functions..................................................................................................................................7
Operator languages............................................................................................................................7
Process pictures...................................................................................................................................7
Remote control.................................................................................................................................... 7
Remote settings................................................................................................................................... 7
Periodical reports................................................................................................................................ 7
Historical trend.....................................................................................................................................8
Alarm statistics and events................................................................................................................. 8
Alarm distribution................................................................................................................................8
OPC DA server support...................................................................................................................... 8
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AquaView 1.60
AquaView 1.60
Product
AquaView is a complete SCADA software for water handling. The data, i.e. pumped
volume, inflow, water level and different kind of pump statistics are clearly viewed and
easily accessible. With the reliable alarm distribution in AquaView, problems can be
avoided.
Minimal time and resources are needed to implement standard units to AquaView,
including process pictures, trend forms, alarms and reports
Evalution box
40 500500 (No hardlock)
AquaView Up to 3 RTUs
New customer, first licence
40 501217
AquaView Up to 5 RTUs
40 501218
AquaView Up to 10 RTUs
40 501219
AquaView Up to 20 RTUs
40 501220
AquaView Up to 50 RTUs
40 501221
AquaView Up to 100 RTUs
40 501222
AquaView Up to 200 RTUs
40 501476
AquaView Up to 300 RTUs
Additional licence, WS no 2,3,4.
40 501223
AquaView Additional < 10 RTUs
40 501224
AquaView Additional < 20 RTUs
40 501225
AquaView Additional < 50 RTUs
40 501226
AquaView Additional < 100 RTUs
40 501227
AquaView Additional < 200 RTUs
40 501477
AquaView Additional < 300 RTUs
1-2 clients in system 103-105
40 501228
AquaView Client 1-2 < 20 RTUs
40 501229
AquaView Client 1-2 < 50 RTUs
40 501230
AquaView Client 1-2 < 100 RTUs
40 501231
AquaView Client 1-2 < 200 RTUs
40 501478
AquaView Client 1-2 < 300 RTUs
1-5 clients in system 103-105
2
40 501232
AquaView Client 1-5 < 20 RTUs
40 501133
AquaView Client 1-5 < 50 RTUs
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AquaView 1.60
Evalution box
40 500500 (No hardlock)
AquaView Up to 3 RTUs
New customer, first licence
40 501234
AquaView Client 1-5 < 100 RTUs
40 501235
AquaView Client 1-5 < 200 RTUs
40 501479
AquaView Client 1-5 < 300 RTUs
1-10 clients in system 103-105
40 501236
AquaView Client 1-10 < 50 RTUs
40 501237
AquaView Client 1-10 < 100 RTUs
40 501238
AquaView Client 1-10 < 200 RTUs
40 501480
AquaView Client 1-10 < 300 RTUs
Communication
AquaView is using a SQL database and the main part of the communication goes directly
via this database as shown in the figure below.
AquaView
View
Aqua
Aqua View
Configuratio n
MTCCOM
RTU
Aqua View
Central
Database
SQL
All information, including configuration like alarm texts, setpoint texts etc. can easily be
retrieved from the SQL database.
AquaView Central uses AquaCom for communication via
• Network communication (TCP/UDP)
• GPRS
• Dialed line
• Leased line
• Radio
Verified modems are:
• US Robotics Courrier
• TD-22 V.23
• TD-33
• TD-35 V.23
• TDW-33
• TDW-33 V.23
• GDW-11
• GD-01
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AquaView 1.60
System configuration
AquaView is designed to work in a network environment, with or without a file server. In a
small system (less than 5 workstations), a Windows Network without a special server may
be used. If more users or a large number of RTUs are connected to the system, it is better
to use a dedicated SQL server and a local area network like Novell Netware or Windows
NT as server program.
AquaView can also use a network connection over an ordinary telephone line using a
standard modem (RAS)2.
With AquaView it is possible to build several types of configurations and all are based on
the standard solution.
2Remote
Access Server
System demands
In order to make AquaView (Client), run smooth, this is the minimum recommendation for
the hardware:
• \> 1 GHz Pentium computer
• OS3 required amount + 256 MB RAM
• Minimum video resolution 1024*768 with true colour
• 500 MB free disk space, (depends on data amount)
• Windows 2000 or later
• One free USB port for locally attached hardlock or a hardlock on the network
• Internet Explorer 6,0 or later
• Microsoft .NET framework 2.0
In order to make AquaView Central (Server), run smooth, this is the minimum
recommendation for the hardware:
• \> 1 GHz Pentium computer
• OS3 required amount + 256 MB RAM + 2 MB / installed RTU
• Minimum video resolution 1024*768 with true colour
• 500 MB free disk space, (depends on data amount)
• Windows 2000 or later
• Internet Explorer 6,0 or later
• Microsoft .NET framework 2.0
SQL server 7 or Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine:
• \> 1 GHz Pentium computer
• OS3 required amount + 1 GB RAM
• 20 GB free disk space, (depends on data amount)
• Windows 2000 or later
• Internet Explorer 6,0 or later
Windows Terminal Server:
• OS3 required amount + 50 MB RAM / Client
• Network attached hardlock
3Operating
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System
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AquaView 1.60
Standard solutions
AquaView System 100
Single user Start-up is a standard configuration with one Main workstation
AquaView System 101
Multi user (RAS) is a configuration with one Main workstation and remotely connected
(RAS) workstations
AquaView System 102
Multi user (LAN) is a configuration of Main workstation/application server with workstations
connected via the Local Area Network (LAN)
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AquaView System 103
Multi user (LAN-clients) is a configuration with a Main application server and client stations
connected via the Local Network (LAN)
AquaView System 104
Multi user (Modem-clients) is a configuration of a Main application server with remote
connected client stations
AquaView System 105
Multi user (Internet-clients) is a configuration with a Web server and remote client stations
connected via the Internet
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Functions
Functions
System functions
Login-function with flexible security, depending of users experience and training
Can support up to 300 service areas
Operator languages
Dan, Dut, Eng, Fre, Ger, Ita, Nor, Spa, Swe, Hun, Simplified Chinese (Fin, Pol, Rus).
Process pictures
• Integrated drawing program
• Standard Pictures are available
• User defined map
Remote control
Start, stop, reverse pumps, valves etc. can be controlled from the process picture. This
functionality is RTU dependant.
Remote settings
• Parameters changing remotely.
• Alarm priorities and alarm
• Alarm code-filters may also be changed remotely.
Periodical reports
• Running times, Number of starts
• Outflow.
Data retrieved at least once per day from the RTUs and is stored as daily values.
Predefined reports for daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and yearly presentation.
Shown as charts and lists.
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Functions
Historical trend
Trend values from analogue measurements are usually stored as 5-minutes average values.
The values are stored in a configurable time based database, from 1-365 days (disk space
and database file size are the limits) Every night the 5-minute values are recalculated and
stored as 1-hour values before deletion.
These values can be stored in the database from 1 day to 365 days. The 1-hour values will
be recalculated to daily values and may be stored as long as required.
If the RTU is capable of sending historical trend data at 1-minute average values, AquaView
Central will save the trend information, making it easy to pinpoint any problems or
irregularities.
Alarm statistics and events
Alarms can be presented in several ways. The search can be based on a RTU and/or
selected alarm and/or time. Alarms and events can be shown as lists or in charts.
Alarm distribution
It is possible to automate the alarm distribution handling with a scheduler. An alarm is
classed as A-, B-, C-, D- or H-types. A-alarm has the highest priority and is used for paging
alarms. The B-type is an alarm of lower priority that will be recorded and printed. The Calarms are used on faulty signals. D-alarms can be considered as time-scheduled A-alarms.
The H-type is connected to the event handling and is handled in a special way.
Alarm can be distributed SMS, text messages by using a Westermo GDW-11 modem,
Semascript, TAP protocol or as E-mail using a SMTP server.
OPC DA server support
AquaView Central can now create OPC DA tags for most settings and live items.
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