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Acquisition, Recording and Online Visualization of Measured Data The modern classic of data acquisition ibaHD-Server Historical data immediately available ibaQPanel Displaying quality data - live and in color ibaQDR Length-based recording of quality data ibaInSpectra Real-time monitoring of process vibrations

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The Expert for Measurement and Automation Systems It is our mission to bring transparency to the world of automation with our measurement system solutions. By means of an iba system, the user can understand and master the growing technological complexity of automated processes and mechatronic systems. As with a flight recorder, all essential system and process data from various signal sources, field buses and automation systems are recorded continuously and synchronously. For analyzing these data, we have developed powerful analyzing tools which comfortably support interactive work as well...

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Autonomous, modular, scalable The iba System Acquire data Record data Analyze data Derive information ibaAnalyzer Interactive analysis Ethernet Request ibaPADU Data extraction to the database analog/ digital remote LongTerm Long-term trends

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The scalable core software ibaPDA As central part of the iba system, ibaPDA has been proving itself as one of the most versatile data acquisition systems for maintenance and production for years. Client-server architecture, flexible recording, simple configuration owing to auto-detect are just some of the convincing features. In brief Data acquisition system for maintenance, production and quality control Connection of automation systems of different manufacturers and generations Individually configurable online display with client-server architecture Several simultaneous acquisitions...

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SINAMICS Link systems of different manu- facturers (examples] Reflective Memory Broad Connectivity A special feature of the ibaPDA system is the broad connectivity allowing to acquire data from program- mable controllers of all common manufacturers. This includes different process signals, such as an- alog and digital I/O signals, signals from field and drive buses, data from programmable controllers, communication data, product characteristics, etc. By means of fiber-optic cables, it is possible, for ex- ample, to directly interface analog and digital input/ output modules and listen to...

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Signals Galore ibaPDA is available in several variants with regard to the number of signals. Licenses are available for 64, 256, 1024 and 2048 signals and an unlimited number of signals. The quantity refers to the total number of signals to be processed - insignificant whether the signals are analog, digital or both. An arbitrary number of signals may be installed and configured. The limitation refers to the number of signals actu- ally being processed only. The number of the signals used is displayed in the I/O Manager informing the user as to what extent his license has already been The...

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Numerous display functions in ibaPDA support the user with the online analysis Virtual Signals and Expression Editor By means of arithmetical and logical connections, arbitrary “virtual signals” can be created in an expression editor. These virtual signals can be recorded just like measuring signals and can for instance be used to easily create trigger conditions to start recordings, or to detect that limit values have been exceeded. Moreover, virtual signals can be used to carry out arbitrary arithmetic operations or check for limit violations. While monitoring the process, it is...

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Signal Groups Synchronization of Several ibaPDA Systems When thousands of signals are to be recorded in large systems, there is the risk of loosing track. For better overview, signals from different sources, but related by area of operation, can be combined into any number of signal groups. Also, the signals are displayed in groups in the signal tree. The signal group assignment is stored in the measurement file and is thus also available in ibaAnalyzer. With the additional license ibaPDA-Multistation, several ibaPDA systems can be synchronized via fiber optic cable. Synchronous data...

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ibaPDA - Overview System Architecture Default 2, expandable according to needs with single or multi-user licenses Licenses signal-based; grades: 64, 256, 1024, 2048 and unlimited. Figures refer to the sum of analog and digital signals, free arrangement; Special license ibaPDA-PLC-Xplorer with 64 signals Windows XP (32 Bit), Windows 2003 Server (32 Bit), Windows Vista (32 Bit), Windows 2008 Server (32 Bit), Windows 7 (32/64 Bit), Windows 2008 Server R2 (64 Bit), Windows 8 (32/64 Bit), Windows 2012 Server (64 Bit), Windows 8.1 (32/64 Bit) and Windows 2012 Server R2 (64 Bit) Windows 2000 only...

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ibaPDA Add-on ibaQPanel With ibaQPanel, process and quality data, conditions, events and video images in live mode can be displayed in a technology-related representation. It combines the functionality of an interactive measurement value display with elements from the area of HMI and can be integrated seamlessly in ibaPDA. In brief Live representation of quality data, measured values, conditions and video sequences Software Add-on for ibaPDA and ibaHD-Server Scenario Player for video cameras that record using ibaCapture-CAM Time and length related display Unlimited number of displays...

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Application Examples Paperless Recorder The function of a paperless recorder is a typical application. ibaQPanel meets numerous requirements, that are typical for recording and visualization of production rele­ ant quality data. v The signals run in different trend graphs - grouped in a comprehensive manner. Due to different colors, they can be easily identified. The graphs can be displayed in a time or length related manner, the chart speed can be selected individually. If required, the signals can be displayed or hidden by a single mouse click. For switching to further views, it only...

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Application Examples Monitoring of Test Benches On a motor test bench, motors pass through a defined test program. The measured signals are shown in a trend chart with an own scaling along the y-axis each. In the digital meter on the right, the current measured value can be seen additionally as numerical value. The maximum value reached in the test run can be seen in the chart right beside. In the text entry fields at the top right, test numbers, information on the motors or other comments can be entered as text. The text is written on a virtual input signal or a Technostring section and...

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