2 Price / Feature Position: L4x PositioningSystem LinkedControlLogixComponentCompactLogixL4xCompactLogixL3xL4x Controller + Ethernet Module will be > L35EL4x Controller + Ethernet Module will be < L61 + ENBTPrice / Feature Position:High End CompactLogixL4x controllers will be priced between a L35E and L61MicroLogix1200/1500MicroLogix1000Pico
3 L43 for Motion Applications 4 physical + 2 aux feedback + 6 Virtual axisSERCOS & EtherNet/IPSupports All 38 Logix Motion InstructionsBridging to DeviceNet via 1769-SDNSeamless bridging across NetLinx networks2 Mb memoryL43Up to 8 modules in local rack128 controller connectionsUp to 16 modules, 3 banksSelectable RPI for each I/O module2 modules1768No battery required1769Designed with the OEM in mind
4 No Battery Required 1769-L4x controllers DO NOT require a battery Stored energy from the Power Supply maintains controller power long enough to back up program to flashThe program is stored to internal flash and NOT to the external CompactFlash
5 New I/O Features Module selectable RPI Ability to set each 1769 module to a different RPIDeliver specific module data faster without over taxing the entire systemCustomize I/O data delivery to better meet your applicationSet RPI speeds down to 1 Millisecond
6 The L43 system – A True Integrated Motion Solution 1768-M04SE Motion OverviewMotion FeaturesAxis Support4 Real (Servo) Axis2 Auxiliary Feedback Axis6 Virtual AxisSERCOS Motion optimized communicationsAxis Update in .5msSame performance as ControlLogix MotionSupports all 38 Logix Motion commandsConnect to Kinetix SERCOS drive systemsKinetix 6000, Ultra3000, 8720MC, and 1394The L43 system – A True Integrated Motion Solution
7 Brings modular EtherNet/IP capabilities to L4x Family 1768-ENBT OverviewEtherNet/IP Features:Same powerful features and capabilities as ControlLogix ENBT128 CIP connections64 TCP connections5000 packets/secondcapabilitySeamless bridging & routingControl any I/O platform, drive, HMI or controller that uses EtherNet/IPNote: Can Not use as an I/O adapterBrings modular EtherNet/IP capabilities to L4x Family
8 CompactLogix L43 System Overview A configurable system consisting of2Mb Controller (1768-L43)Motion Module (1768-M04SE)Ethernet Module (1768-ENBT)Power Supply (1768-PA3)Combination of any local 1769 I/OMax 8 on local rackUp to 16 modules and 3 racksConfigure the system to meet the applications requirementsMotion system solution might consist of the L43 with the ENBT & MO4SE modulesNon-motion system solution might have the L43 & two (2) ENBT modulesThe L43 Motion system completely supports the Logix Integrated Motion Architecture including all 38 Logix Motion Instructions.The ONLY difference between ControlLogix Motion and CompactLogix L43 motion is the number of AXISL43 supports applications with up to 4 axesSIL Safety, Redundancy and Kinematics are not currently supported
9 Some Typical Applications Vertical Form Fill and SealSmart BeltRotary KnifeCartoner
10 Vertical Form Fill and Seal Typical standard VFFS will consist of one or two axis on the film roll, one axis on the feed servo axis and one on the crimp servo axis = total 4 axisHigh performance and specialty VFFS machines requiring higher axis counts would be better served with ControlLogix Motion
11 Smart BeltSpeed, accuracy and product characteristics usually determine how many correction belts are usedTypical non-high speed smart belts will utilize 2 to 4 belts. A perfect fit for the CompactLogix Motion SolutionIn feed belts can use VF Drives to further minimize the number of servo axis
12 Rotary KnifeCompactLogix 2 Aux Feedback support provides the ability to easily input web material speedsSupported Logix CAM profile provides smooth speed transitions and exact speed synchronization when the knife contacts the material.Typical applications requires 1 motor axis and 1 encoder Feedback Axis, perfect fit for CompactLogix
13 CartonerAbsolute feedback enables the cartoner to maintain position, eliminates expensive and time-consuming homing routines.Synchronization of multiple axes through gearing and camming.Generate virtual axes to use as references for synchronizing real axes.
14 CompactLogix 1768 Module List Price US List Price1768-L43$36251768-PA3$4251768-ENBT$10251768-M04SE$700
15 Frequently Asked Questions Does the new L43 controllers require a Battery?NO!!! The L43 uses internal flash to store the program during shutdown. Energy stored in the power supply provides the few seconds of hold time required to store the entire RAM image on to onboard Flash.This is onboard flash and is NOT the front accessible CompactFlash. The CompactFlash card is still optional and continues to function identical to CompactLogix L3x operation.
16 Frequently Asked Questions What is this new 1768 Bus and how does it compare to the 1769 bus?The L43 controller still uses the 1769 bus for Digital, Analog, and Specialty I/O. In addition, the L43 controller will support a new high performance busThis new 1768 bus provides the performance to support Integrated SERCOS Motion and multiple NetLinx Networks.The L43 controllers support bridging from one bus to the other, so data can still seamlessly pass between the two buses
17 Frequently Asked Questions What products will be initially released?The following products will be available at initial release, April 2006L43 ControllerENBT EtherNet/IP ModuleM04SE 4 Axis SERCOS ModulePA3 AC Power SupplySupported in RSLogix 5000 V15
18 Frequently Asked Questions What other L4x products will follow?The ControlNet Module will be released with v16 releaseThe DC Power Supply will be released July timeframeSince the existing 1769-SDN will work with the new L4x controllers, there are NO plans to create a new Devicenet Module for the 1768 Bus
19 Frequently Asked Questions How is the L4x positioned relative to other CompactLogix Controllers?The L4x is positioned at the top end of the CompactLogix Family.The new L4x will bring improved performance, added memory and network capacity, modularity, and Integrated SERCOS Motion to the CompactLogix Family.These improved capabilities will result in a price premium over the other L3x CompactLogix Controllers.
20 Frequently Asked Questions How is the L4x positioned relative to ControlLogix Controllers?The 1768-L45 Controller is positioned below the ControlLogix 1769-L61 controllerThe new L4x controllers will support less memory, less module expansion, and less Motion Axis than a ControlLogix system. ControlLogix is the exclusive platform for Redundancy, SIL2/SIL3 Safety, RIUP, Advanced I/O Diagnostics, and multiple Controllers per chassis.The L4x rackless design and reduced functionality will result in a price savings over the more advanced ControlLogix System.
21 Frequently Asked Questions What are the target applications for the L4x?The CompactLogix L4x is a very powerful modular controller and is positioned at customers that value a system linked, architecture solution.Applications that require 4 or less Axis of integrated motionApplications that require a combination of NetLinx NetworksCost sensitive applications which do not require the advanced features, or increased capacity of ControlLogix.OEM and end user installations that require less cabinet real estateTwo (2) New CompactLogix controllers1768-L431768-L45AC Power SupplyVac P/S (1768-PB4)Modular NetLinx CommunicationsEtherNet/IP (1768-ENBT)Motion Control4 axis SERCOS module (1768-M04S)Platform Introduction = Automation Fair ’04 (October)
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