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EtherNet/IP

IntelliCENTER
Paul Krause
Development Engineering Manager
IntelliCENTER Product Manager
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Agenda
IntelliCENTER Technology
What is EtherNet/IP
Embedded Systems
Intelligent Motor Controls
Software
Summary

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IntelliCENTER Technology Overview

IntelliCENTER Technology
Embedded
Systems
Integrated Industrial
Network (DeviceNet
or EtherNet/IP)
Factory Validated

Intelligent Motor
Controls

Software

PowerFlex Drives
SMC Flex Soft
starter
Starters and
Overload Relays
Point I/O

Customized to
configure, monitor
and diagnose your
system remotely

IntelliCENTER Technology continues to be an essential differentator for


the CENTERLINE family of MCCs
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Value of IntelliCENTER Technology


Faster Integration
Network is preconfigured (node number, IP address, baud
rates, functionality verified)

Faster installation compared to hardwired I/O


Control and diagnostics
State of the art Intelligent Motor Controls provide crucial
feedback from motors

Precise control with intelligent motor control devices


Wide array of device level components

More information where you need it when you need it


Enhances your plant asset management system

Improved uptime
Warnings in advance of failure
Troubleshooting tools and information at your fingertips

Adds up to a lower total cost of ownership


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Agenda
IntelliCENTER Technology
What is EtherNet/IP
Embedded Systems
Intelligent Motor Controls
Software
Summary

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EtherNet/IP is Standard Ethernet


EtherNet/IP is standard, unmodified Ethernet
Standard Switches
Standard Hardware
Standard Network Management tools

Mix commercial, business, and industrial technologies


Email (SMTP)
Web (HTTP)
Voice / Video (VOIP)

MODIFIED, PROPRIETARY & NON-STANDARD

Your customers IT Manager is your friend!


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Benefits of using Standard Ethernet


Use commercial off the shelf (COTS) products like Ethernet
switches, cameras, devices, instruments, and technologies like
wireless, web pages, email, remote access, and video/voice

Easier integration into existing Ethernet installations and corporate


networks, no special requirements or conditions to meet

No special training or knowledge needed from the IT workforce,


works the same as their existing networks

Future proof your application and networks by leveraging the


advancements of Ethernet
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EtherNet/IP for all Control and Information needs

A single network for all Automation and Process control equipment


Seamlessly linked to the front office for increased access to information
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EtherNet/IP vs. Other Fieldbus Networks


ProfibusDP

Modbus TCP

DeviceNet

EtherNet/IP

Breadth of
Application

Fieldbus

Automation Network (no


safety, no motion)

Fieldbus primarily

Plant-wide, Multidiscipline Fieldbus to


Enterprise

Automation
Devices

Power, Process, Discrete

Power, Process, Discrete

Power, Discrete, Safety

Power, Process, Safety,


Motion, Discrete

Siemens, ABB

Schneider

RA, Omron, Yokagowa

RA, Schneider, Emerson,


Cisco, Yokagowa

128 devices

1000s

63

1000s

12M, 500K typical

100M 1G+

125K-20K 500K

100M 1G+

Topology

Linear (Daisy-chain)

Star, Linear, Ring

Trunk/Drop, Linear

Star, Linear, Ring, Device


Ring

Lifecycle

Established tools &


procedures

IT approved, easy design,


expansion & support

Established tools &


procedures

Longevity

Aging

Declining marketshare

15+ year technology; still


selling 40K per year

Major Vendor
Support
Capacity
Performance

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IT approved, Cisco
approved, easy design,
expansion & support
Largest industrial
EtherNet
30% + CAGR
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When to sell MCCs with:


Sell this Version:

When:

EtherNet/IP

Integration of MCC to the Control Sytem is relevant to the customer


They value reduction of engineering design time and reduction of errors
caused by manual entries.
Customers have preference for (understand the benefit of) a single network
for their facility

DeviceNet inside
Customers are DeviceNet adopters
EtherNet/IP outside A large number of intelligent motor control devices connected to Logix
controllers are already physically grouped into smaller networks that result in
logical DeviceNet segments
DeviceNet

Small number of intelligent motor control devices connected to one Logix


controllers

Hardwired

Customers do not have a network strategy


Wiring to motor control devices is already installed => no economic incentive
to replace individual wiring connections

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Competitive Ethernet MCCs


Competitor

Solution

How to Sell Against

Ethernet cable in the MCC


Available in the both the Freedom and IT
Generally lead with switchgear comms
and Emerson / Modbus TCP

No 600V cable solution


No Premier Integration
Control, MCC, IMC all different vendors
No Motion Capability

Aggressively quoting Ethernet MCCs


Generally quoting Modbus TCP

No 600V cable solution


No Premier Integration
Control, MCC, IMC all different vendors

Schneider supports EtherNet/IP and


Modbus TCP
Linking to Emerson DeltaV Process Product

Modbus TCP is a declining network


No 600V cable solution
No Premier Integration

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Agenda
IntelliCENTER Technology
What is EtherNet/IP
Embedded Systems
Intelligent Motor Controls
Software
Summary

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EtherNet/IP Design
Design consistent with DeviceNet IntelliCENTER
Cables are behind the vertical wireway
Does not take up any additional space
24V power supply required

Easy to install in the field


All nodes will be preconfigured with the IntelliCENTER database pre-built at the factory

Robust, noise immune network solution


EtherNet/IP Structure
600V UL-listed EtherNet cable
(Rockwell Automation exclusive)
Stratix 6000 Industrial Switch

EtherNet/IP Units
PowerFlex Drives
SMC Flex Soft Starters
E1 Plus Overload Relays for Starters
E3 Plus Overload Relays for Starters
Point I/O

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EtherNet/IP Network

in CENTERLINE 2100 MCCs

Switch will typically be mounted


in the upper right corner of the
section.
It can be moved to any of the
other three corners if a customer
application requires it

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EtherNet/IP Network

in CENTERLINE 2100 MCCs

Stratix 6000 Switch


Bulletin 1783-EMS08T
Managed eight port switch
Standard offering for CENTERLINE
MCCs with EtherNet/IP network
Maximum of two switches per section

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EtherNet/IP Network

in CENTERLINE 2100 MCCs

Wiring to switch and power supply


is behind vertical wireway
(similar to DeviceNet)

Wiring to components

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EtherNet/IP Network
in CENTERLINE 2100 MCCs
Ethernet Adapter
Four per section
600V Ethernet cables to switch

24V Power Adapter


Two per section
24Vdc terminal block from power
supply unit

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CENTERLINE 2100 EtherNet/IP Layout

Power Supply

SMC Flex
193-ETN
(E1 Plus)

PowerFlex 753

2100-ENET
(E3 Plus)

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Allen-Bradley EtherNet Cable


UL / cUL listed for use in a cable tray with high voltage power cables
600V PLTC cable designed to support high voltage applications

Provides reliable network connection in harsh conditions


Protected from noise, chemicals, thermal and mechanical issues for the harshest
possible industrial environments (M3I3C3E3 rated)
Foil and braided shield for maximum noise immunity
Wide thermal operational range (-20C 80C)

Cat 5e cable enables high speed data rate


More data can be transferred in a shorter period of time
Cable Rating

UL, cUL TYPE CMG; UL PLTC or UL AWM 2570 80C 600V, TIA 568B

Certifications

UL and cUL Listed

Operating Temperature

-20+80 C (-4+176 F)

Allen-Bradley Exclusive Cable


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Electrical Noise Testing


The EtherNet/IP network in CENTERLINE MCCs has been tested to the most rigorous
standards for electrical noise immunity.
Lightning Strike

Industrial Noise

+/- 2KV, 40A surge repeatedly


applied to the network cable
IEC 61000-4-5

+/- 1KV high voltage burst applied to


the network cable
IEC 61000-4-4

No Communication Failures
No Dropped packets!
Radio Frequency Interference
150kHz 80MHz interference
applied to the network cable
IEC 61000-4-6

Static Discharge
+/- 8KV ESD event at 12 locations on
the MCC and network cable
IEC 61000-4-2

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Specific applications
Plant PAx Integration
Plant PAx leverages DLR between all IO devices
Accomplished with the CENTERLINE MCC with a 1783-ETAP at the uplink of the MCC
All wiring in the MCC remains the same.

Corporate IT integration
IT Professionals may desire additional access to control and maintain optimal
bandwidth on the corporate network
A Stratix 8000 at the uplink to the MCC may be used
Or, for more advanced control throughout the MCC, the customer may select the
Stratix 8000 throughout the MCC. This will increase the size of the lineup.
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Agenda
IntelliCENTER Technology
What is EtherNet/IP
Embedded Systems
Intelligent Motor Controls
Software
Summary

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Intelligent Motor Control Components


E1 Plus Overload Relay
Includes two discrete inputs and one output relay for monitoring and control of
motor starter related I/O
Enhanced motor protection with overload, jam trip and underload warning functions
193-ETN: Ethernet Communication Module

E3 Plus Overload Relay with Ethernet Adapter (2100-ENET)


Enhanced thermal overload motor protection with inherent phase loss, temperature,
ground fault, voltage monitoring and underload protection
Advanced motor diagnostic information to for preventative maintenance programs
Full connectivity to all of the advanced features of the EtherNet/IP network.
The adapter requires only a 24V DC power connection and an EtherNet/IP connection.
The E3 Plus is powered by this adapter
2100-ENET: Ethernet Adapter

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Intelligent Motor Control Components


Distributed I/O Modules
I/O point level diagnostics and LEDs
Add I/O in increments of one, two or four points
Provides similar functionality that the DSA does on DeviceNet
The device to support distributed I/O functionality over EtherNet/IP is the Point I/O.
Customizable and modular functionality to support all I/O needs in the MCC
1734-AENT: POINT I/O
SMC Flex Soft Starter
Modular and compact soft starter
Includes I/O, electronic overload, integral bypass
20-COMM-E: Communications Card

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Intelligent Motor Control Components


PowerFlex 40 Drive
Full featured component class drive
Closed loop control for either speed or position feedback for improved speed
Increased power loss ride through
22-COMM-E: Communications Card
PowerFlex 753 Drive
Architecture Class VFD
3 option slots for communications, safety, feedback and additional I/O
Features predictive diagnostics, and Safe Torque-Off and Safe Speed Monitor options
20-COMM-E: Communications Card
Other PowerFlex Drives
Other drives available, but will be engineered
20-COMM-E: Communications Card

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Premier Integration with RSLogix 5000


Device parameters are mapped automatically to controller tags in RSLogix 5000
Configure and program all intelligent motor control devices in RSLogix 5000
Configuration is stored in the controller to simplify device replacement (in ACD file)

Premier Integration now available in CENTERLINE MCCs


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Agenda
IntelliCENTER Technology
What is EtherNet/IP
Embedded Systems
Intelligent Motor Controls
Software
Summary

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Improved Availability
Access to information and diagnostics reduces unplanned shutdowns
Identify issues in advance of a fault results in a shut-down
Diagnose issues without having to shut-down, lock-out, or remove the device
Access information from any remote location on your enterprise network

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Customized Documentation
Documentation and asset management features
Immediate access to wiring diagrams
User manuals for your devices
Customized spare parts lists

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Simplified Troubleshooting
Improved Access to Information

Capture elusive/intermittent problems with trending and event logging capabilities


Email notification of alarms, warnings, and faults
ActiveX Controls included for easy integration with on-machine HMI
Monitor and diagnose your system remotely without interrupting the process

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Increased Safety and Security


Increased Safety
Remote monitoring of key parameters
Set, reset, and configure devices with the door closed

Increased Security
Tracking of all configuration changes through the event log
Read / Write privileges assigned via user profiles

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IntelliCENTER Software Compatibility


Current IntelliCENTER Software Support V2
All current installations
Future DeviceNet installations

Current IntelliCENTER Software Support V3


All current installations
Future DeviceNet installations
All EtherNet/IP installations
Mixed lineups with both networks
Advanced ethernet features
Web server support
Tech support email

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Agenda
IntelliCENTER Technology
What is EtherNet/IP
Embedded Systems
Intelligent Motor Controls
Software
Summary

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Frequently Asked Questions


How will the E3+ Plus Overload Relay connect to the EtherNet/IP network?
We are developing the 2100-ENET, an EtherNet/IP adapter for the E3+ Overload relay. This
product will be about the size of the DSA and will be powered by the same 24V DC supply that
powers the Stratix 6000 switches.

Where is the Stratix 6000 located in this design?


The switch will be located in the horizontal wireway. The upper wireway is the preferred
location, but it can be relocated based on the needs of the application.

How do I accomplish the Distributed I/O functionality that the DSA provided for
DeviceNet?
Point I/O is available to provide this functionality in the EtherNet/IP enabled MCCs.

Can I retrofit my existing installation to EtherNet/IP?


Field retrofitting an integrated network solution like IntelliCENTER can be done, but it is very
difficult. Please consult the factory for more details.
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Frequently Asked Questions


Can I use the Stratix 8000 switch rather than the Stratix 6000?
Yes. Although this solution requires us to mount the switch in a 1.0SF bucket rather than in the
horizontal wireway. This consumes available user space and may not be desirable for the
customer. Please make sure that the customer requires the additional functionality of the
Stratix 8000 and can accept the loss of bucket space.

Do I need a new version of IntelliCENTER software in order to see my EtherNet/IP


MCC?
Yes. EtherNet/IP compatibility was added to V3 of the IntelliCENTER software. If a customer
adds an EtherNet/IP section to their existing lineup, they will need to purchase V3 of the
IntelliCENTER software.

Can I add an EtherNet/IP section to a currently installed DeviceNet IntelliCENTER


lineup?
Yes. IntelliCENTER V3 software will recognize all sections of a lineup regardless of whether
they are DeviceNet or EtherNet/IP networks.

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Frequently Asked Questions


Will EtherNet/IP be more sensitive to electrical noise than other industrial
networks?
No. EtherNet/IP components from Rockwell Automation have been tested to the highest levels
of Electromagnetic Compatibility. These products have also demonstrated robustness in the
field for over 10 years. In addition, the EtherNet/IP network in the CENTERLINE MCC has
been tested for the same levels of noise immunity with no issues. For more detailed
information, please see our technical documentation located at the Extranet launch site here.

Where will these products be built?


CENTERLINE MCCs with EtherNet/IP IntelliCENTER Technology will be built in either
Richland Center or Tecate.

What is the lead-time of this product?


Delivery is based on the standard lead-time for Engineered MCCs.

When is this product available for sale?


We will begin taking orders on April 1, 2011, with delivery planned for July 1, 2011.
EXCEPT for orders that contain E3+ Overload relays. Orders with the E3+ adapter will be
taken on July 1, 2011, with delivery planned for September 1, 2011.
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Order Entry Instructions CENTERLINE 2100

All EtherNet/IP Orders must be started using a DeviceNet Intelligent MCC


with custom engineering modifications made to structure & units

Use the pricing located in section 11-1 of the Engineered Price Book

All EtherNet/IP Orders will be entered as Engineered Only

Both CIRCE & Power Control Builder (PCBr)


More detailed Instructions for entry into PCBr will be discussed on April 8th Area
Manager Conference Call

Price impact 20%

EtherNet/IP Addressing REQUIRED for Factory Validation & Testing

Customer must provide either a block of IP Addresses to use with their configuration, or
Provide specific IP Addresses for each unit that will be placed on network
Once Information is received, email to RALVMCC_Order_Info@ra.rockwell.com

Visit the Motor Control Center Distributor Extranet for additional


Order Entry Details & PCBr
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Launch Update
IntelliCENTER Technology EtherNet/IP Enabled Launch
for both CENTERLINE 2100 & 2500 MCCs
Available for order: April 1
Available for shipment: July 1
Available for shipment with E3 Plus overload relays: September 1

Launch Collateral to be released early April 2011

Launch overview
Product profile with selection information (MCC-BR001)
Specifications
Technical data
Customer PowerPoint
Internal Training PowerPoint

WebEx Training: Late March

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Summary
Benefits of EtherNet/IP
Reduce programming errors and training needs while improving installation time with a
single software package for configuration, control and programming
Increase access to information with a single network from the plant floor to your front
office
Reduce support needs with only one network throughout the enterprise
Information, configuration and I/O data on the same high-speed network

Plus the value of IntelliCENTER Technology in CENTERLINE MCCs

600V UL-listed Tray Rated Cable for code compliance and maximum performance
Network cable is integrated into CENTERLINE MCC for maximum protection
Factory tested network and pre-configured nodes to simplify startup and commissioning
Seamless support for both DeviceNet and EtherNet/IP in the same lineup
Integrated network design makes it easy to add to your existing installation

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