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. 2019; 7(Supplement 1): 35-37


Monitoring and Control of Component Transfer and Packing through Conveyors Using PLC, SCADA and Mobile Application

JEGAN DIRAVIANATH S, AJITH A, DHARANIRAM T S, GOKULNATH M4, BALAJI T.

Abstract
The main objective of the project is to monitor and control the components that are being carried over the belt
conveyers using PLC, SCADA and Android Mobile Application. The conveyer is controlled through the PLC
programming for its control processes. SCADA and MOBILE APPLICATION are used to monitor the completed
component that is passed through the conveyer at any specified time. Power reduction and energy utilization is
minimized using Efficient PLC Programming. The entire process is Monitored and Controlled remotely using
SCADA. The Report generation for the Conveyer process is programmed in SCADA like Conveyer Cycle time,
Conveyer Idle Time and these data can be automatically saved in the Excel Data format (Data Logging Process).
The whole process can be controlled using the Android mobile application in which the conveyer is controlled
wireless in a Particular region of the Industry. The controllable range of the conveyor using the mobile application
can also be extended to a wide range (apart from the industry premises) using multiple LAN connections. Where
older automated conveyor systems would use in PLC and SCADA.

Key words: PLC, SCADA, Conveyer


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