SpiderControlTM is used in:


  • Cogeneration units
  • Heating systems
  • Wind turbine
  • Biogas plants, u.v.m.


SpiderControlTM is also used in the fields of energy generation, energy distribution and energy saving. With SpiderControlTM  applications can be created for control as well as for monitoring.


Using trend and alarm harvesting with SpiderControlTM , the configuration of trend and alarm logs has never been so easy!  


Many well-known controls can create local trend logs and alarm lists. SpiderControlTM SCADA recognizes a multitude of common formats and can automatically, centrally and long-term record these at the press of a button. This is a decisive advantage, especially for large plants in the energy sector!


Your benefit:

SpiderControlTM enables the development of HTML5 based HMIs with minimal effort. The tool is very easy to use and can be used with almost all common PLCs, such as Simatic, Wago, Beckhoff, and so on. For this purpose, protocols such as ISO-TCP, Modbus, ADS or OPC are already integrated into the server – at no extra charge!

Sometimes it is necessary to integrate older legacy protocols into the control system.
No problem with SpiderControlTM: SpiderControlTMprovides a corresponding DLL project in source code so that data of any provenance can be integrated into the name space of the SCADA server.
SpiderControlTM includes a variety of functions, which enable high configurability and system flexibility. The objects created with SpiderControlTM can be easily reused, which results in a high time advantage. For example, project designers can use the same controller circuit in smaller buildings as in large commercial buildings. The controllers used can be extended at any time by additional interfaces.

Operating system?
In addition to all Windows versions, SpiderControlTM also supports Linux! For smaller systems, a control system can also be installed on an IPC or a Raspberry Pi. Users can also profit from further advantages:

  • Complex engineering tasks can be implemented quickly and easily thanks to the modular framework
  • Preconfigured function modules
  • Easy configuration of components by drag & drop
  • All data can be stored on the devices or can be accessed from a portal, simplifying maintenance work
  • Low training costs, since the training effort is minimal
  • Planable and transparent investments, etc.