I'm not sure it's the right place to post this
it is basically an HMI SCADA interface created with node-red-contrib-svg (thank you very much for the development of this node!) which acquires data from a SIEMENS S7 PLC via ethernet network and S7 protocol and makes it visible through the node-red-dashboard!
the result of this combination is simply fantastic !:
- OS linux debian buster 10.3 (KDE plasma)
- a lot of passion on my part!
I attach the screenshot, obviously I have obscured the logo of my company for obvious reasons.
if whant the demo code, i can post it
thank you all!!!
That would be really good for us and the community. Please do.
In fact, would you post a version on the flows library? Label it something appropriate like "Dashboard SVG HMI demo"
Obviously not everyone has a PLC so if you could perhaps swap the plc data for inject nodes too?
Or 2 versions (one with dummy data, other for PLC)?
ok, I have completed the "Dashboard SVG HMI demo" flow
flow node dependencies:
to interfacing PLC I have used the node-red-contrib-s7, next week i post a demo flow with PLC S7 protocol demo example
Dashboard SVG HMI demo flow
flows (15).json (533.1 KB)
That is really cool! Congratulations for this very nice usage of our contrib-s7 node.
Did you build some kind of physical HMI for this application? Or the user accesses it by a standard PC Desktop?
Thank you so much for the compliments
first I had thought of integrating everything into a PanelPC IP67 ATEX but it was too expensive in terms of costs to be incurred, then I opted for a different solution, that is a fanless miniPC wifi with remote monitor for the management of the plant, positioned in a safe area. next week I will post a new flow containing the example of full integration with the S7 protocol.
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