Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2016, Volume: 9, Issue: 26, Pages: 1-5
Md Nihal Farhan1*, S. Nivash1 , A. Monisha1 and A. Manjusha Chandran2
1 Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering SRM University, [email protected]
2 Department of Computer Science Engineering, [email protected]
*Author for correspondence
Md Nihal Farhan
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering SRM University,
Email: [email protected]
Background/Objectives: SCADA is a technology which helps in Controlling and Data Acquisition in any machine which is compatible with it. SCADA is established in Mining, Shearer machines and lot more. The objective of this paper is to bring down SCADA systems in Application to Electronic devices which a common man use in a daily life. Methods/Statistical Analysis: The method used here is a circuit breaker. This circuit breaker is equipped with the sensors used to monitor the environment of the working device, when anything reached critical, the circuit breakers activate the countermeasure to cut of the device. Typical example is that the IC can handle up to 5v to 9v input current, when exceeded, the IC is damaged. Findings: one of the finding mentions here is the telephone network goes down and fail to work when a component of it stops working. To avoid this problem, SCADA system is installed in the circuit. When the temperature hits the threshold, it cuts the power to the circuit and initiates the backup circuit. This technology can also be implemented with Mobile devices where the battery is cutoff when there is critical point in which the battery will explode. To avoid this problem, we establish this system in the mobile phone which does the same principle work of cutting the circuit when the battery bulges or about to explode. Applications/Improvements: We can improve this technology to use in IT industry with reliable Integrated Circuits and super computers which can handle BIG DATA speeds and which are compatible with all the Programming languages.
Keywords: Microchip, RF Frequencies, Sensors, SCADA, Stabilized Control
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