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1 Factory Automation Overview July 2009

2 22 Panelists Harold Joseph –Sr. Marketing Manager Alex Tan –Product Marketing Manager

3 33 Objectives Understand Nationals Factory Automation Campaign Review National products that are used in Factory Automation Gain better understanding of the solution needs in Factory Automation and how Nationals solutions and products support those application needs

4 44 Overview Market –Factory Automation Market > $1B total analog content. (IMS) –16 largest suppliers address < 50% of segment sales (IMS). Key trends: –Drive to more energy efficient systems –Expanding competitive situation world wide is driving need for increase productivity, quality and throughput (need better / finer control) –Increased diagnostics to reduce maintenance and down time –Increase adoption of wireless for non critical applications ( : Hart, Zigbee, WISA,)

5 55 Factory Automation Market Major Industry Segments: Manufacturing –Pharmaceutical Manufacturing –Consumables Manufacturing –Automotive Manufacturing –Material Handling Process –Refining –Chemical –Food & Beverage –Pulp and Paper Nationals Focus Areas DCS (Distributed Control Systems) PLCs (programmable controller and I/O modules) CNC (computer numerical control) Embedded computer board Sensors / Measurement Equipment Motor control Motion control Machine vision

6 66 Industrial Factory Automation Overview Module: I/O Module 8/20/09 Module: Control Networks 7/9/09 Module: Motor Control Sensing 7/23/09 Module: Machine Vision TBD Module: Sensing 6/25/09

7 Automation Control Networks in Factory Automation

8 88 Control Network Trends and Challenges What is the challenge? –More products at a faster rate and with higher quality Trend to use Ethernet based control network –Replaces RS-485 or proprietary bus Trend to synchronize devices on a factory network Synchronization provides –High speed sort and diverter –Motion position and velocity control for coordinated drives and robotics

9 99 Automation Control Network Example System sorts defective parts off of a conveyor belt Network uses fieldbus protocols on a 10/100 Ethernet network with IEEE 1588 time synchronization support HMI Distributed I/O Motion Controller Drive Controller Motion Controller Good product Bad product Industrial Camera Pick and place M S S S S GPS Time

10 10 PHYTER® Family of Industrial Ethernet Single / Dual Port 10/100 Ethernet PHY Basic Application Requirements Key Features Supported in the Product Family FamilySpeed interface Temp SupportIEEE 1588 Single Port 10/100 MII/RMII Commercial Industrial Extreme NO Commercial, Industrial, and Extreme Temp Support Low Latency JTAG Support Auto-MDIX Dual Port (2) 10/100 (2) MII/RMII Commercial Industrial NO Flexible Port Management JTAG Support Cable Health Diagnostics Fiber Support IEEE /100 MII/RMII IndustrialYES Time Sync up to 3.5 ns on single link High Precision Packet Timestamping Cable Health Diagnostics Fiber Support

11 Sensing Solutions in Factory Automation

12 12 Trends Expanding competitive situation world wide is driving need for increase need for better / finer control –Increased measurement / sensing nodes –Move to higher performance Smarter transducers Portable applications are growing, driving the need for lower power more energy efficient sensors and measurement systems Increased need in system diagnostics to reduce maintenance driving the need for more process measurement

13 13 Challenges / Solutions Solutions must cover a wide range of sensing parameters –Nationals Op Amp / ADC solutions address complete classes of applications (e.g. virtually all pressure sensor MEMS applications) –Pin and function compatible product families allow customers to standardize board layouts Growth in portable applications is driving the need for lower energy consumption solutions –National has some of the lowest power Op Amps and ADC in the market. All ADCs have a very efficient power down feature. Customer has limited design resources to determine a solution and validate their design –Webench Sensor Designer® generates signal path solutions based on a sensors specifications and parameters

14 14 Focus Areas Sensors Interface Solutions –4-20mA –Voltage output –Signal path (SPI, I 2 C) Key Sensing Areas –Pressure –Temperature (Thermocouple, RTD) –Optical –Chemical –pH

15 15 Sensing Solutions in Factory Automation example: Pressure Product Selection LMP7715/7716 and ADC121S021 for the signal path is a good starting point. LMP7702 is good for the cc drive –Supports most popular performance ranges Alternatives ADC based choice based on signal path performance –8 bit ADC is ±0.4% –10 bit ADC is ±0.10% –12 bit ADC is ±0.024% Opamps can be chosen to optimize signal path for a variety of applications –Higher Bandwidth –Low Noise –Low Input Offset Voltage –Low Power Voltage DriveCurrent Drive or

16 16 Recommended Products Recommended Opamps Recommended ADCs

17 Machine Vision in Factory Automation

18 18 Machine Vision Trends and Challenges What is the challenge? –Inspect products at higher speeds and with more detail Trend to use high resolution and fine resolution image systems Trend to support high bandwidth cameras using SerDes devices SerDes devices provide –Support for higher bandwidth image transfer without software support –Smaller cables for improved robustness –Small form-factor to support nano- head camera form factor

19 19 Machine Vision Imaging Example Sensing Unit Display Control Processing Unit Storage Sensor LNAAFE Ser/ Des Control Path Data Path FPGA Ser/ Des Key Requirements : High resolution, Multi-lane, Longer reach FPGA Control Network

20 20 Industrial Imaging Interface Portfolio : Plug-and-Go! Devices Basic Application Requirement Other System Requirements FamilyData Throughput Max Cable Reach* Data Type FPGA-Link 1.25 to Gbps 40m of 1.25 Gbps 20m of Gbps ANY Redundancy & Daisy chaining FPGA friendly, LVDS parallel interface Low system BOM, design time FPD-Link to 2700 Mbps 4m to 8m of 2 Gbps ANY 10/16/18/24/32 bit data interface Lock to random data, low EMI FPGA/ASIC as logic interconnect Channel Link (Camera- Link) 500 to 5000 Mbps 4m to 8m of MDR cable at 2.5 Gbps ANY 21/28/48 wide bus interface * Cable length is for reference only, various system conditions impact the maximum reach

21 Motor Control Sensing in Factory Automation

22 22 Trends, Challenges / Solutions Trends Increasing energy costs driving the need to reduce energy consumption on the factory floor –Instrumentation of motors to improve energy efficiency (Motors are one of the largest energy consumers on the factory floor) Drive to lower cost AC/Servo motor control sensing solutions –Hall effect + SAR ADC versus optically isolated ΣΔ ADCs Challenges / Solutions Need for high performance, high value AC/ Servo Motor solutions –Nationals Simul. Sampling ADCs + Hall Effect sensors address the most popular High Side AC Motor sensing applications –Nationals Simul. Sampling ADCs are in very small packages with sample rates up to 1Msps ideal for encoder applications

23 23 Focus Areas Why is Motor Control Sensing Important AC Motors Sensing Interface Servo Motors Sensing Interface Low Side Sensing High Speed Motor Synchronization

24 24 Motor Control Sensing Example: Servo Motor Control Sensing Servo drives are AC drives with the addition of an encoder or resolver to provide finer control. Encoders provide better performance than resolvers, however a resolver can be used over a wider temperature range and can tolerate higher shock and vibration. The encoder may provide voltage output directly to an ADC or there may be an Op Amp in front of the ADC

25 25 Recommended Products References Op Amps Simultaneous Sampling Differential ADCs

26 Data Acquisition in Factory Automation

27 27 Trends, Challenges / Solutions Trends Expanding competitive situation world wide is driving need for increase need for better / finer control –Increase in distributed control Increased need in system diagnostics to reduce maintenance and production costs Challenges / Solutions Solutions need to cover a wide range of IO module parameters, features and specifications –Nationals Op Amp / ADC solutions provide both integrated and discrete solutions to allow customers to develop a solution that meets their specific needs

28 28 Focus Areas IO Module (Input) IO Module (Output) Data Acquisition - Single Channel Data Acquisition - Multi-Channel

29 29 Data Acquisition in Factory Automation Example: Data Acquisition Single channel and multi-channel data acquisition

30 30 Recommended Products Op Amps Single Ended Input ADCs Temperature

31 31 Recommended Products References Differential Input ADCs DACS

32 32 Summary Nationals product line supports a wide range of Factory Automation applications Webinars on Control Networks, Sensing, Motor Control, Machine Vision and I/O modules will be available as part of the Industrial Campaign Webinars provide solutions for sensing, I/O controls, motion controllers, automation control networks and machine vision applications. Does the material provided address your application concerns? If not let us know.

33 33 Factory Automation Webinars Sensing Solutions in Factory Automation6/24/09 Control Networks 7/9/09 Motor Control Sensing 7/23/09 I/O Module8/20/09 Machine Vision TBD

34 34 For Additional Information Released webinars in this series can be viewed at: Powerwise® Design University –http://www.national.com/analog/traininghttp://www.national.com/analog/training Factory Automation signal path solutions can be found on Nationals technical and application support web sites SIGNAL PATH Solutions –http://www.national.com/signalpathhttp://www.national.com/signalpath SIGNAL PATH Designer –http://www.national.com/analog/signalpath/designerhttp://www.national.com/analog/signalpath/designer Technology Edge –http://www.national.com/analog/nationaledgehttp://www.national.com/analog/nationaledge Webench Sensor Designer® Tools –http://www.national.com/analog/webench/sensorhttp://www.national.com/analog/webench/sensor

35 35 Contact Information Harold Joseph –Sr. Marketing Manager –(408) Alex Tan –Product Marketing Manager –(408)

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