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2Intelligent Marshalling FBM247 Thad FrostFieldbus and ControlsInvensys Operations ManagementTitle slide [from Title Slide master]The title slide is available as a Title Master and the background and graphic elements are fixed. Text is editable for the slide heading and presentation details but the small compliance text exists in editable form only on the Title Master itself. This type area should be used only for the purposes of compliance text and should not be replaced by other content.Font, type size and colours are fixed for the Title Master style and should not be modified.Footer detailsFooter detail appear in the bottom-left corner of the slide and appear in fixed positions and order. Editing of the Footer details is done by accessing ‘Header and Footer’ under the ‘View’ menu in PowerPoint®.
3Introduction and Agenda The Truth about CHARMS Intelligent Marshalling FBM Physical Layer What value does the Intelligent Marshalling FBM bring ? Intelligent Marshalling FBM availability and release FAQ
4AgendaThe Truth about CHARMS Intelligent Marshalling FBM Physical Layer What value does the Intelligent Marshalling FBM bring ? Intelligent Marshalling FBM availability and release FAQ
5Invensys Enterprise Control Offerings Corporate SystemsPlatformITCorporateIndustry SolutionsServices:Consulting, ProjectExecution,Learning,Operational Improvement, Maintenance & SupportPartner EcosystemSoftware ApplicationsInvensys and Third PartyCollaboration PlatformIntegration andAs you heard in the opening sessions, addressing the need to move to Enterprise Control is critical for all organizations today as they look to optimize their business performance.By way of a quick reminder, at the simplest level, Enterprise Control is achieved by integrating the two major Manufacturing/Production Operations capabilities with your corporate systems and embracing the IT platform that is already in place.Invensys enables the creation of your Enterprise Control system by providing:a single integration platform that brings together the two operations components and integrates tightly with your existing IT infrastructure. This platform allows you to align Invensys and non-Invensys offeringsa wide range of leading hardware and software and solution offerings at the automation and production software levels, extended by offerings from our extensive partner ecosystemproven expertise in designing, implementing and supporting complete Enterprise Control solutions, beginning with consulting services to help you identify the opportunities within your organization and deliver an execution planManufacturing / Production OperationsAutomationInvensys and Third PartyEnterprise Control System
6Where The Offerings We Will Discuss Fit Within The InFusion Enterprise Control System Integration & CollaborationPlatformEnterpriseIntegrationWorkflowOpen DeviceWeb PortalApplicationToolkitHistorianThird-Party OfferingsSoftware ApplicationsExecutionManufacturing ExecutionSystemsBatchEnterprise Asset ManagementMobile Workforce ManagementPerformanceEnterprise Manufacturing IntelligencePerformance Measurementand ReportingVisualizationQualityAsset PerformanceOptimizationOperator TrainingDesignAdvanced Process ControlSimulation / OptimizationControlDCSPACSCADAHMISafetySafety Instrumented SystemsGeneral Purpose SafetyTurbomachinery ControlMeasurement &InstrumentationControllersRecordersAutomationSoftware ApplicationsIn it’s fullest form, an Enterprise Control System brings together a large number of functional capabilities. For the purposes of this presentation, we’ll be focusing on the component that you see highlighted, but it is important to note that all these offerings, both Invensys and 3rd party, can be an element of an Enterprise Control System.
7What is the Intelligent Marshalling FBM Physical Layer?
8I/O Modules Traditional Digital Intelligent FoxCom™ Analog – 4-20ma, T/C, RTD, etc.Discrete – 24V, 125V, etc.DigitalIntelligentOPC DA, Modbus (Serial, TCP), EthernetIP, DNP3, Custom, etc. over RS232/422/485 or 10/100 EthernetEnvironmentally Hardened; G3 HarshClass 1, Division 2, and Zone 2.FoxCom™This is the high level summary of our I/O offerings in the DIN Rail format. The slides following this one will drill deeper into each of the types further.8
9Baseplates IPS Confidential Flexibility in FBM counts. (2, 4 or 8 positions)Redundant bus in each baseplate (A & B Bus)Horizontal and Vertical orientationsSupports Time Sync connectionsCompatible with existing Baseplates, FCMs, FBMs.All connections out the front. More space conserved.Redundant Power (24VDC) connectionsIPS Confidential9
10Intelligent Marshalling FBM247 Analog :4-20ma I/O0-10VDC I/OPulse InputDiscrete:0-24 VDC I/ONAMURDigital Fieldbus: HARTConfigurable via software on a per-point basis
11Termination Assembly (TA) One 16 channel TA for every FBM247 pairTA Optionally Mounts Directly on BaseplateEach Termination has +, -, and shieldNew baseplate mountable TA being developed for thermocouple and RTD FBMS
15AgendaThe Truth about CHARMS Intelligent Marshalling FBM Physical Layer What value does the Intelligent Marshalling FBM bring ? Intelligent Marshalling FBM availability and release FAQ
16What value does the Intelligent Marshalling FBM bring ?
17Problem: Clients are demanding that total project costs be reduced Clients are reporting that the indirect costs of control and I/O systems are greater than the cost of the systems themselves.Our competition claims to have solved the customer’s problem.Left: Picture of a marshalling cabinet.Problem: Describe that customers focus on the total system cost, not just the cost of the Invensys equipment.We have focused our efforts on providing greater functionality in our controllers, greater capacity and continually at lower costs We are saving clients money by giving them more for less money.We are driving costs system costs down, but at our own expense.Our competition believes they have found a way to dramatically reduce project costs (not just system costs). Our competition’s approach takes somebody else’s costs out of a project.Competition's solution:Our competition has been focusing on reducing costs by reducing/eliminating marshallingSo now we are posed with this problem by our competition: Reduce cost per I/O point by $1000 per point by elimination of marshalling.Indirect Costs like the following can add 20% to the cost of a DCS system:Marshalling rack costs likeCabinetRailsTerminal StripsField wiring to field side terminal stripsControl signal wiring to the control side terminal stripsCross wiring between the two sets of terminal stripsDrawings for the cabinetsRework due to changes in signal source or signal type on a given pair17
18I/A Series Intelligent Marshalling I/O - Benefits Reduce Equipment CostsFewer cabinets, marshalling racks, remote instrument enclosuresReduce Field Labor CostReduce marshalling work, ½ the terminationsReduce DocumentationFewer & simpler drawingsReduce Spare PartsNo need to stock as many types of sparesReduce Field Maintenance CostsNo need to send field technician to open cabinet for changes18
20Problem focus: Eliminate Marshalling Field wiring is typically multi-conductor, with spares, that must be sorted out in the marshalling cabinet. For instance, in a single cable a pair of wires may be a 24VDC discrete signal, another pair may be a 4-20mA analog signal and a 3rd pair could be a HART signal, a 4th pair could be spares for future usage. Every wire in the cable must be terminated in a marshalling cabinet.For every G10 I/O enclosure with FBMs we need to account for a marshalling enclosure with these costs:The cost of the cabinet and field terminals (about $2,000)The engineering cost to assign signals to terminals and produce schedules for manufacturing (about $500 per cabinet)Loading components into the cabinet and wiring them (about $4,000 per cabinet)A typical 10,000 I/O Point project would require approximately 30 CabinetsApproximately $200,000 in just the cabinets,Client or their engineers need to contribute engineering & design work to get the wiring to our marshalling enclosures!But the enclosures are not where the major cost lies. Marshalling cabinets must be installed in a “clean” location. The cost of control room or “instrument house” is many times more. Depending on the client, process (for example a refinery vs. a food plant) and geographic location the cost can be $1,000,000 ( 1 MILLION) to $2,000,000 (2 MILLION).Emphasize:FLOOR SPACE FOR MARSHALLING CABINETS COSTS CLIENTS LOTS OF MONEY.THIS MONEY IS NOT SPENT ON INVENSYS.CAN COST MORE THAN THE SYSTEM ITSELF.IS EVEN MORE COSTLY FOR OFF-SHORE PROJECTS.BeforeAfterMarshalling is the intermediate wiring to accommodate the I/O module structure20
22Intelligent Marshalling FBM247 quotes Reg L’Ecuyer Automation Manager, Instrumentation ICM “Using the baseplate mountable termination assembly and intelligent marshalling, I can double the I/O density of my remote cabinets” “I can configure a point in Hungary while in my office in Kansas”
23Reduce Equipment Costs Since the UFBM handles a wide varietyOf signal types, less wastedGreater Flexibility with installed spares
24Reduce Field Labor Costs Field side terminal stripsControl wiring to control sideCross wiring between two sets of terminal strips
25Reduce Documentation and Inventory Reduction in engineering drawings needed for the cabinetsLess FBM types need for inventory
26Reduce Field Maintenance Costs Changes madefrom engineeringWorkstation. no need to open a cabinet
27AgendaThe Truth about CHARMS Intelligent Marshalling FBM Physical Layer What value does the Intelligent Marshalling FBM bring? Intelligent Marshalling FBM availability and release FAQ
28Release Information I/A Series 8.7 InFusion FCS (Foxboro Control Software) 3.1System Manager 2.2TDR/SOE 2.0Targeted Release January 2012
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