Update Indigo SCADA 11-04-2012

DCS – SCADArunning on Linux and Windows. Development environment C/C++. HMI is based on QT library. Different technologies (EiC, GigaBASE, FastDB) have been integrated. OPC DA 2.05a, AE 1.10, HDA 1.20, DNP 3.0, RFC 1006 are supported


Features : 

  • Use of data to generate daily/weekly/monthly/management reports
  • FDA 21 CFR Part 11 requirements
  • Historical and Real-time graphical presentation of data
  • Real-time event and alarm notification
  • Integrated real time and historical databases
  • SQL editor allows for on-line maintenance of real-time and historical databases
  • Multiple users with different access rights
  • Easy Backups
  • it runs on Linux
  • it runs on Windows
  • Softlogic programming with C scripts: please see Calculated.dll driver
  • Built in IEC 60870-5-101 data types
  • Hot Standby Failover system
  • Dual redundant real time server (Spare server or back-end redundancy)
  • Dual redundant monitor (Delegate client or front-end redundancy)
  • OPC DA 2.05, A&E; 1.1, HDA 1.20 clients
  • IEC 60870-5-101 master and slave protocol driver
  • IEC 60870-5-103 master and slave protocol driver
  • IEC 60870-5-104 master and slave protocol driver
  • Modbus master and slave protocol driver
  • DNP 3.0 master and slave protocol driver
  • OPC DA 2.0 server
  • RFC1006 protocol (ISO-On-TCP) for SIMATIC S7® PLC rfc1006 rfc983
  • Proprietary or Non-FLOSS drivers available upon request
  • SCADA security. Please contact an IT Security Engineer

Download and installation of binaries:

– Download the file indigo-scada-binaries-day-month-year-hour-min-revnnn.exe

– Remove directory C:scada on your PC, if any, of the previous release.

– Run indigo-scada-binaries-day-month-year-hour-min.exe and

install in C: directory.

– If the new binary release is database compatible,
copy configdb.fdb currentdb.fdb resultsdb.fdb resultsdb.dbs files,
copy every .ini files and .qsc files of your superseded C:scada directory
in the new C:scada

– Disable any firewall on the IP ports used by IndigoSCADA (see ip ports in .ini file in C:scadabin)

– To start the scada, run the process C:scadabinmanager.exe

– Make login as user ‘Developer’ and password ‘qwerty’ or user ‘System’ and password ‘qwerty’

– For further help see C:scadaHelpIndigoSCADA_install_en.txt

– See C:scadaHelpLICENSE.txt for the license that governs this software.
Note that IndigoSCADA is free software, and consequently there is NO WARRANTY.

Download and installation of sources:

– Download the file indigo-scada-src-day-month-year-hour-min-revnnn.tar.gz

The source file is a tarball of the more recent stable SVN source repository

– Move the src directory of the tarball to the C:scada directory in order to have

the binary (run time environment) and in C:scadasrc the development environment on your PC

– Install Microsoft Visual Studio C++ 6.0 or later

– Install QtWin230-NonCommercial.exe or qt-win-noncommercial-msvc-3.2.1.exe or later

– Install STLport-4.6.2.tar.gz or later

– To compile, go to C:scadasrcdaq directory and run daq.dsw with MSVC++ 6.0 or later

Note about QT 2 and QT 3 compatible sources:

– The following tar.gz compiles without modifications with qt-win-noncommercial-msvc-3.2.1.exe


– The following tar.gz compile without modifications with QT commercial 3.1.2 library:

Every .tar.gz can be compiled with QtWin230-NonCommercial.exe with few modifications of MSVC6 project files

Download Latest Version : 
Windows : indigo-scada-binaries-11-04-2012-23-16-rev132.exe (5.3 MB)
Unix/linux : indigo-scada-src-11-04-2012-23-29-rev132.tar.gz (4.6 MB)
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