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On-Machine Solutions Coordinated Launch. What is Distributed Architecture?. Distributed. Traditional. Advantages of On-Machine Architecture Reduced Wiring Simplified Connectivity Minimized Space Requirements Reduced Commission Time Reduced Design Time Enhanced Diagnostics.

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what is distributed architecture
What is Distributed Architecture?

Distributed

Traditional

  • Advantages of On-Machine Architecture
    • Reduced Wiring
    • Simplified Connectivity
    • Minimized Space Requirements
    • Reduced Commission Time
    • Reduced Design Time
    • Enhanced Diagnostics
  • Disadvantages of Traditional Centralized Panel Architecture
    • Complex Wiring
    • Difficult to Troubleshoot
    • Increased Engineering Time
    • Large Panel Space Requirements
simply put we are putting components and control on the machine
Simply put, we are putting components and control on the machine

“In-Cabinet”

“On-Machine”

economics 101
Economics 101

DESINA estimate is 17% total cost reduction for OEM

economics 102
Economics 102

Although the cost of individual components used in On-Machine solutions can be more than those used in In-Cabinet applications, the savings in assembly cost make the overall cost of the machine less. In large machines you can save in both assembly and material cost. This is due to material saving in wire and cabinets.

armorstart bul 280 281 ratings
ArmorStart Bul. 280/281 Ratings
  • Motor Horsepower Range .5- 10 HP (.37-7.5 kW)
  • 200-480 VAC line voltage
  • Control power ratings 24VDC, 120VAC or 240VAC
  • 50/60 Hz
  • 0-40° C Operating Temperature
  • Approval Ratings: cULus and CE
bulletin 280 281 armorstart product overview
Bulletin 280/281 ArmorStart Product Overview
  • Full Voltage and Reversing Applications
  • Built in adjustable overload
    • Class selectable 10,15 or 20 selectable
    • Manual or Automatic overload reset
  • Increased controller diagnostics
  • Visible LED’s for controller status and I/O indication
  • Robust Modular IP67 design
  • Motor cable provided as standard
    • 3 meter unshielded 4 conductor singled ended cordset
  • Supports ADR(auto device replace)for rapid re-commissioning
  • Ability to upgrade controller without rewiring base or I/O
armorstart design
ArmorStart Design

LED Status Indication

Local CB Disconnect

Accepts 3 padlocks

Provides for group

motor protection

4 Inputs: (Micro/M12)

2 Outputs: (Micro/M12)

DeviceNet

(Mini/M18)

Motor connection cable

armorstart with motor and i o connections
ArmorStart with Motor and I/O Connections

4 Inputs: (Micro/M12)

2 Outputs: (Micro/M12)

DeviceNet

(Mini/M18)

Cover Plate for Incoming power and control wiring

Motor

connection cable

incoming power and control voltage connections
Incoming Power and Control Voltage Connections

Incoming Power and

Control voltage connections

Dual connections for ease of daisy chaining

modular design
Modular Design

Removable Control Module

Control Module can be removed without unwiring base

mounting dimensions
Mounting Dimensions

Depth is 140 MM or 5.5”

armorstart optional keypads
ArmorStart Optional Keypads
  • Optional Factory Installed HOA Keypads
built in led status indication
Built in LED Status Indication
  • Power LED - Indicates power is present
  • RUN LED - When motor is running
  • Network LED - Indicates status of communication link
  • Fault LED - Indicates Controller Fault (trip) condition
  • Reset Button - as local trip reset
bulletin 280 281 fault diagnostics
Bulletin 280/281 Fault Diagnostics
  • The built in fault diagnostics allows the easy troubleshooting of the ArmorStart
    • Circuit Breaker Trip
    • Overload
    • Phase Loss
    • Control Power Loss
    • Phase Imbalance
    • Sensor Input Short Circuit
    • DeviceNet Power Loss
armorstart set up and monitoring
ArmorStart Set-up and Monitoring
  • Built in adjustable overload-programmed via DeviceNet
    • Overload class is selectable
    • Manual or automatic overload reset
    • Percent motor thermal capacity used
    • Overload reset point/value
    • Motor currents may be monitored
labor cost savings
Labor Cost Savings
  • Traditional motor wiring costs*
    • If a combination starter without any quick disconnect means was 6 feet from the motor, here is an estimate of the cost to wire the motor:

*Cost estimated based on commercially available contractor estimating tools

labor cost savings1
Labor Cost Savings
  • Labor Cost Savings with ArmorStart Distributed Motor Controller
  • A 3 meter unshielded 4 conductor singled ended cordset is provided as standard with every ArmorStart Distributed Motor Controller

Total motor wiring cost is $51.00 per full voltage starter.

$136 (Traditional Wiring)

– $ 51 (ArmorStart Distributed Motor Controller)

= $ 85 in savings per motor connection

bulletin 284 product ratings
Bulletin 284 Product Ratings
  • Variable Frequency AC Drive using PowerFlexTM Technology
  • Voltage Ratings
    • 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, Three Phase
    • 480 V AC, 50/60 Hz, Three Phase
  • Horsepower Ratings
    • 0.5-2.0 @ 240 V AC
    • 0.5-5.0 @ 480 V AC
  • Motor cable provided as standard
    • 3 meter unshielded 4 conductor singled ended cordset
  • Robust IP 67/Nema Type 4 enclosure rating
  • 0-40° C Operating Temperature
  • Approval Ratings: cULus and CE
armorstart variable frequency standard features
ArmorStart Variable Frequency-Standard Features
  • Overload Current
    • 150% for one minute
    • 200% for 3 seconds
  • Digital response time
    • 10mSec for stop
    • 22mSec for starting with 2mSec repeatability
      • 2 wire high speed mode improves response to 10mSec
      • Targeted for high speed packaging and simple positioning applications
  • Two output current sensors
    • ensures excellent current accuracy
  • One ground fault sensor
    • ensures protection against ground faults during start and run conditions
fault diagnostics
Fault Diagnostics

Short Circuit

Overload

Phase Short

Ground Fault

Stall

Control Power Loss

Input Short Circuit

DeviceNet Power Loss

Internal Communication Fault

DC Bus Fault

Over temperature

Over Current

1738 armorpoint i o
1738 ArmorPoint I/O
  • Scalable IP67 Architecture Built on Point I/O Technology
  • Programmed and mapped the same as Point I/O
    • Reuse of Logix and RSNetworx knowledge
    • No software training

Desktop PC

devicenet adapters
DeviceNet Adapters
  • Common to all:
  • 4 pin Auxiliary Power for inputs, outputs, and backplane
  • Two rotary address switches under M8 sized caps
  • Network and Power Status LEDs
  • Terminating base shipped with adapter
  • 1738-ADNX
  • Male Dnet In M12
  • Female Subnet Out M12
  • Drop from trunk, Subnet
  • 1738-ADN12
  • Male Dnet In M12
  • Female Dnet Out M12
  • Drop or pass-thru
  • 1738-ADN18
  • Male Dnet In Mini
  • Drop only
  • 1738-ADN18P
  • Male Dnet In Mini
  • Female Dnet Out Mini
  • Drop or pass-thru
  • Terminating Base
    • One shipped with every Adapter
    • Replaces regular mounting base
    • Terminates the Point Sub-bus.
ethernet controlnet and profibus
EtherNet, ControlNet, and Profibus

EtherNet I/P In

Adapter

Status

x100

Network

Activity

Network

Status

PointBus

Status

x10

System

Power

Adapter

Power

x1

PWR

  • Common to all:
  • 4 or 5(Profibus) pin Auxiliary Power for inputs, outputs, and backplane
  • 2 or 3(EtherNet I/P) rotary address switches under M8 sized caps
  • Network and Power Status LEDs
  • Terminating I/O base shipped with adapter
  • 1738-APB
  • Reverse key
  • Male Pbus In M12
  • Female Pbus Out M12
  • Drop or pass-thru
  • 5-pin Aux Power
  • 1738-ACNR
  • Redundant TNC connectors
  • Bul. 1786
  • 4-pin Aux Power
  • 1738-AENT
  • Male Enet In 4-pin M12
  • Special D-Key
  • 4-pin Aux Power
adnx architecture
ADNX Architecture

DeviceNet Trunk

  • Consolidate nodes
  • Double the distance!

Sub-bus Node 1

Sub-bus Node 2

DeviceNet Subnet

Sub-bus Node 5

Sub-bus Node 6

Sub-bus Node 3

Sub-bus Node 4

1732 armorblock
1732 ArmorBlock

Front Mounting Holes

Product Offerings

DeviceNet

or Profibus

DeviceNet

1732D-IB8M12

1732D-IB8M8

1732D-OB8EM12

1732D-OB8EM8

1732D-8CFGM12

1732D-8CFGM8

Profibus

1732P-IB8M12

1732P-IB8M8

1732P-OB8EM12

1732P-OB8EM8

1732P-8CFGM12

1732P-8CFGM8

8 Inputs

Address switches

under caps

8 Outputs

8 Self-Configuring

4-M12 (DC Micro)

or 8-M8 (Pico)

I/O connectors

Product Features

  • 24V dc
  • Quick-Connect option for DeviceNet
  • Outputs Short Circuit Protected
  • Output monitoring in Self-Configuring style

Status LEDs

Sensor and

Actuator Power

Side Mounting Holes

(Not for use with Profibus)

not an all or nothing proposition
Not an All-or-Nothing Proposition

Distributed Enclosures

Distributed

Power

DIO

EOI

DSS

DIO

DIO

IP20

Device Box

New KwikLinkTM

& Flexible Flat

Media

DeviceNetTM Round Media

Connectorized

Safety Wiring System

Main Control Cabinet

IDC Field

Attachables

PanelConnectTM

Safety

Device

Cordsets &

Patchcords

E3

Drive

PLC

Safety

Device

Safety

Device

Safety

Device

Passive Distribution Box

Safety

Relay

Safety

Device

New KwikLink & Flexible Flat Media

Distributed Control

Centralized Control

IP20

IP6x

connection systems panel connect tm for sensors
Connection Systems – Panel ConnectTM for Sensors
  • Development from Wiring Systems group in Milwaukee
  • Direct plug and play for sensors direct to the PLC
  • AB connectivity from PLC to sensor with 889 and 898 products
  • Specific models available for use with inputs or outputs
  • Supports use with 8-port distribution boxes
  • OEM focused product
  • Shipping Today!
rockwell s growing on machine product suite
Rockwell’s Growing On-Machine Product Suite

Connection Systems / DNet Media

Distributed IP67 I/O

Sensors, Actuators and Enunciators

IP67 Distributed Motor Controller

ab connection systems
AB Connection Systems

Field Attachable Connectors

Patchcords

Cordsets

Passive Distribution Boxes

Panel Mount Receptacles

Y-cables & Splitters

Pico (M8)

DC Micro (M12)

AC Micro (dual key)

Mini

Mini-Plus

M23

new products
New Products!

IDC Field Attachable Connectors

  • Features
    • Insulation Displacement Connector technology (IDC)
    • 3- and 4-pin, DC Micro and Pico
    • Male and female, straight and right angle
    • Quick and easy field installation with virtually no tools
  • Benefits
    • Allows fast & simple custom cable lengths on the fly
    • Up to 50% faster installation than screw type
    • Installation in 4 easy steps as shown below:

In Stock Now!

1.Stripouter cable jacket to between 15mm – 20mm (0.6” – 0.8”).

2.Assemble connector components (rear housing, cable grommet, and plastic insulator) onto stripped cable as shown, matching conductors to numbered color-coded holes.

3.Trimconductors flush with front of plastic insulator after ensuring cable jacket is fully seated against rear of plastic insulator.

4.Twist together rear housing and main connector housing then firmly hand-tighten.

why should you be interested
Why Should You Be Interested?

Re-Configurability

  • No need to redesign the panel, run new pipe and re-terminate wires that have already been run. Simply add the desired component and go.

What Customers Say:

David Girard at Cinetic Automation says, “If the customer wants to add a device to an auto station, they don’t need to question whether or not they have enough panel space because there’s no panel space required.

why should you be interested1
Why Should You Be Interested?

Reliability

  • On-Machine solutions can minimize wiring errors because wiring is pre-manufactured with quick-disconnect features. With less wiring involved, there are fewer points of failure.

What Customers Say:

Nick Mercorella, plant engineer at Continental P.E.T. Technologies Inc., says, “We were able to install our entire system without ever screwing a wire down, thus eliminating any potential miswiring and the system debugging cost associated with such problems. It’s true plug-and-play, which is exactly what we needed.”

why should you be interested2
Why Should You Be Interested?

Reduced Floor Space

  • Industries like semiconductor and pharmaceutical manufacturing have realized the benefits of the On-Machine approach for years, as their clean-room space is at a premium.

What Customers Say:

Cinetic Automation customers average 70 auto stations in their assembly lines, each one taking about 20 square feet. With enclosures taking up an average of 10 to 12 feet of space at each station, their elimination results in some drastic plant floor space savings.