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1 ABB Overview

2 Contents Matti Turtiainen - ABB today ABB in Finland
Technology leadership ABB Drives Jere Syvänne – Kenttäväylien kehitystyö Julle Ala-Lahti – RFID:n käyttö logistiikassa VAL - konsepti

3 ABB today ABB Group: Revenues 24 billion USD
ABB is a global leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve their performance while lowering environmental impact. ABB Group: Revenues 24 billion USD in around 100 countries R&D investments around 1.1 billion USD Market leader in key businesses

4 Key figures: ABB Group 2006

5 ABB in Finland ABB Oy: revenues 1.7 billion EUR
more than 6000 employees on over 40 locations R&D investments 7 % of revenues factories in Helsinki and Vaasa

6 ABB Oy organization Automation Products Pekka Tiitinen
Process Automation Lasse Mäkelin Power Systems Jukka Soininen Power Products Mikko Niinivaara Distribution Automation Kalle Huittinen Medium Voltage Apparatus and Switchgear Anders Zittra Transformers Jukka Auranen Drives Pekka Tiitinen Machines Juha Silvennoinen Motors Mikko Helinko Low Voltage Products Heikki Uusitalo Systems Antti Heikkilä Process Industry Juha Moisio Marine & Turbocharging Lasse Mäkelin Substations Jukka Soininen Power Generation Mikael Strömbäck Robotics Timo Toissalo Product Support Pauli Järvinen Service Ilkka Tykkyläinen Domestic Product Sales Kalle Mattila Legal Affairs & Compliance Tapio Metso Country Manager Mikko Niinivaara Finance Erkki Luhta Human Resources Harri Mattila Communications Carita Jern Technology Kimmo Forsman

7 Automation Technology
Products Drives Motors Machines Low Voltage Products Low Voltage Systems Robots Instruments Systems Electrification and Automation Systems Drive Systems Propulsion systems for ships Services Service and maintenance ABB:llä on tuotantoa ja tuotekehitystä Suomessa automaatio- ja sähköteknologian keskeisillä alueilla. Automaatioteknologian puolella maailmanlaajuinen tuotekehitysvastuu useista alueista on Suomessa, niiden joukosssa drives. Helsingin Pitäjänmäellä toimiva taajuusmuuttajatehdas onkin maailman suurin. Vastuu ABB:n metsäteollisuus- ja marine-liiketoiminnasta on myös Helsingissä. Improves energy efficiency and productivity

8 Improves reliability of power distribution
Power Technology Products Transformers Distribution Automation Switchgear MV-apparatus HV-apparatus Cables Systems Transmission and distribution systems Power generation systems Services Service and maintenance Sähkövoimateknologiassa Suomen ABB:lla on maailmanlaajuinen tuotekehitysvastuu sähkönjakeluautomaatiosta. Vaasassa on sekä muuntaja- että keskijännitekoje- ja kojeistovalmistusta. Valmistus tähtää yhä enemmän erikoistuotteisiin ja räätälöintiin. Vaasassa toimivat myös energiayhtiöiden automaatioon ja järjestelmiin erikoistuneet yksiköt. A Improves reliability of power distribution

9 ABB Oy key figures 2006 2005 Change % (MEUR)
Orders received Export orders Revenues R&D Order backlog Employees

10 (Liikevaihdon kehitys
ABB Oy revenues Revenues 2006 total MEUR, + 13 % MEUR (- 2 %) (+ 36 %) (+ 15 %) (+ 16 %) (+ 7 %) (+ 2 %) (Liikevaihdon kehitys )

11 ABB Oy R&D R&D 112 MEUR, + 14 % MEUR

12 Permanent magnet technology applications
Gearless drives based on new permanent magnet motor technology with a new patented rotor design fewer components; no gears and no encoders lower engineering, installation and maintenance costs lower energy consumption applications delivered to paper mills, wind power and ships

13 Marine Year 2006 was a record year for the division: totally 19 Azipod®-units were ordered to 11 ships. Genesis – the largest cruise ship ever Owner: Royal Caribbean International Built by Aker Yards, Finland Delivery: autumn 2009 ABB scope of supply: 3 x Azipod® Propulsion Units 3 x ACS6000SD Frequency Converters 6 x Main Generators 11 kV Main Switchboards 4 x Thruster Motors Distribution and Propulsion Transformers Substation Switchgears

14 Marine Admiralty – two Arctic shuttle tankers Customer: Sovcomflot
Built at the Admiralty Shipyards in St. Petersburg, Russia Delivery: year 2009 ABB delivery: two 8.5 MW Azipod units (Russian ice class LU6) medium voltage generators main switchboards transformers frequency converters The first Azipod system delivery to Russian Shipyards. In August, ABB Marine signed the contract to deliver a complete shaftline propulsion and power system for the first Superyacht to be built by Fincantieri in Italy. The 134 metre yacht will be completed in 2010 at the naval shipyard in Muggiano.

15 Wind Power Generators New, extended global frame agreements with the biggest wind turbine manufacturers ABB is the world leader in Megawatt class wind power generators Demand of generators for wind power generation was very high in A new record of orders recieved and generators delivered was made. The order backlog is very high First multi-megawatt permanent magnet generator specificly designed for off-shore turbines was delivered

16 Power Systems Gas Engine Power Plants Continuous co-operation with Wärtsilä in control system deliveries. E.g. five gas engine power plant projects to Azerbaizan including 52 engines. Gas Turbine Power Plants Contract with Svenska Kraftnät for retrofit of Hallstavik and Lahall gas turbine power plants in Sweden, 6 x 60 MW Hydro Power Plants Electrification and automation system to Kierikki Hydro Power Plant, ~ 2x20 MVA Electrification and automation system to Kaltimo Hydro Power Plant, ~ 2 x 20 MVA Astara, Azerbaizan Kaltimo Hydro Power Plant

17 Introduction to ABB drives
BU LV Drives Updated 10/2006

18 LV Drives worldwide About 2700 people in 50 countries
ABB Inc., New Berlin, WI, USA LV AC Drives ABB Oy , Helsinki, Finland LV AC Drives ABB Beijing Drive Systems, Beijing, China LV AC Drives ABB Automation, Ladenburg, Germany DC Drives ABB Motors/Drives , Menden, Germany Central Stock Europe ABB Motors/Drives , Singapore Central Stock Asia ABB Ltd, Peenya, Bangalore, India LV AC Drives Manufacturing and R&D Engineering & assembly Central stocks

19 Worldwide market shares
The worldwide market for low voltage AC & DC drives was estimated to be worth $5.87 billion in 2005 Source IMS Studies 2004, 2005, 2006

20 The growth of ABB’s low voltage AC drives

21 ABB drives save energy The installed base of ABB drives saves 115 TWh per year, the equivalent of 14 nuclear reactors The installed base of ABB drives reduces CO2 emissions by 97 million ton per year, more than the yearly emission of Finland

22 Our offering

23 Low voltage AC drives for ...
Building automation Industries Original equipment manufacturers

24 Operational Excellence
1. Product AC strategy Industrial Machinery AC induction Asynchronous servo Synchronous Servo 2000 MUSD ACSM1 Dedicated product 2200 MUSD Complete portfolio Operational Excellence

25 Machinery Market Opportunity
100 % Drive market 8000 M$ CNC 1 B$ Market share General Motion Control 2 B$ Robotics 0,5 B$ 17 % ABB Market Share 17 % 4 8 11 B$ Source: ARC Servo Study 2007

26 Machinery drives market – Europe

27 F&B applications matching with portfolio
ACSM1 Motion Bottling, labelling Packaging machines ACS350 ACSM1 S&T Functionality Cutting Punching Stamping Slicing Extruders Mills ACS150 Conveyors Mixers ACS55 Fans Pumps Flexibility

28 Product specification
Help ABB high performance machinery drives ACSM1 Product specification Welcome to ABB Machinery drives training. This training module will introduce you to the ASCM1, the new ABB machinery drive. If you need help navigating this module, please click the Help button in the top right corner. To view the presenter notes as text, please click the Notes button in the bottom right corner.

29 ACSM1, ABB high performance machinery drive
For synchronous and induction motors Complete range of feedback interfaces Modular and compact design Solution programs Memory unit for easy drive management Safety as standard The new ABB machinery drive, ACSM1, will provide OEMs and system integrators competitive solutions to axis control tasks. The ACSM1 provides high performance speed and torque or motion control for demanding machinery applications. Almost any kind of motor type can be controlled in open or closed loop mode as a standard feature. The ACSM1 supports various feedback types and configurations. The compact hardware, including four frame sizes, is based on a modular design. Ready-made solution programs and different technology function libraries, with an easy and flexible programming environment, can meet complex requirements of machine control. The drive functionality can easily be defined, modified and updated with a standard memory unit. This also enables easy and fast after-sales service. The Safe Torque Off (STO) function is integrated as a standard feature.

30 Types & ratings (1/3)   A B C D E 2,5…7,0A 5,3…14,7A
Types and ratings Types & ratings (1/3) Frame size A B C D E Current & Power Nominal current Maximum current 2,5…7,0A 5,3…14,7A 9,5…16A 16,6…28A 24…46A 42…80A 60…90A 105…150A 110…210A 165…326A Typical motor power 0,75…3 kW 4…7,5 kW 11…22 kW* 30…45 kW* 55…110 kW Braking chopper Braking resistor Mains choke Mains filter (EMC) Standard Option, external * With a mains choke The ACSM1 covers a power range from 0.75kW to 45kW with a supply voltage of 400 V. The nominal supply voltage can be between 380…480V. The ACSM1 product series includes four frame sizes: A, B, C and D. The braking chopper is standard in all types and can be used with an external braking resistor. The mains choke and filter are external options. Need for the mains filter depends on EMC requirements.

31 Types & ratings (2/3) Feature / Frame A B C D E Mounting and cooling
Types and ratings Types & ratings (2/3) Feature / Frame A B C D E Mounting and cooling Cold plate variant Air cooled variant - Back plate mounting - DIN-rail mounting Removable power connectors Removable control connectors Legend: Standard Product variant  Frame Height (mm) Width (mm) Depth (mm) * Weight (kg) * A 364 90 146 3 B 380 100 223 5 C 467 165 225 10 D 220 17 E 700 314 398 64 The ACSM1 has two main cooling variants: An air cooled version with normal heat sink and fan for the whole power range. A cold plate version without a heat sink for frames C and D, which can be used with an external cooling element (a water cooling element, own air cooling element, etc.). The main mounting methods with the air-cooled version are: Normal back plate mounting. DIN-rail mounting as standard for frames A and B. Frames A and B have removable power connectors. All frame types have removable control connectors. Dimensions and weights are for standard types without options. Height includes power connection terminals, but not clamping plates. Depth will increase by 25mm when options are installed. For motor feedback, cabling should be reserved additionally about 50mm in depth. * without options

32 Control connections 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Control interface
1. Status display 7-segment display Main status and fault messages 2. Control voltage supply Internal or external supply (24VDC) input for the control unit 3. Digital I/O 6xDI, 3xDI/O, 1xRO 4. Analogue I/O 2xAI, 2xAO 5. Thermistor input Motor thermistor (PTC, KTY) 6. Drive to Drive link (D2D) Galvanic RS-485 link for communication between drives 7. Safe Torque Off (STO) Designed for Safety Integrity Level 3 (SIL 3) acc. to IEC and Safety Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1 8. User interface (HMI) PC-tools and control panel connection (RJ45) 9. Memory unit (MU) Complete drive configuration and settings are stored in the memory unit. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Standard control connections are in the control unit (CU) of the ACSM1. This control unit is identical in all ACSM1 types. A seven-segment status display is located at the top right corner of the drive to show the main status, and warning and fault messages. The standard control I/O connections are on the right side of the control unit: In addition to internal supply it is also possible to connect an external power supply (24 VDC) to keep the control unit up and running regardless of the mains supply. The digital I/O includes six digital inputs, three digital I/O’s (which can be configured as input or output) and one relay output. The analogue I/O includes two analogue inputs with 12-bit resolution and two analogue outputs. The analogue inputs can be configured as voltage or current input. Also, +/- 10 V reference voltages are available. The thermistor input can be used for thermal protection of the motor with PTC or KTY types. The drive-to-drive link is a galvanic RS-485 link for communication between drives. Safe Torque Off (STO) is a safety function that corresponds to an uncontrolled stop in accordance with category 0 of IEC and can also be used to prevent an unexpected start-up. A human-machine interface (HMI) is located below the control connections and can be used as a connection to PC tools or a control panel. The memory unit, which stores the complete drive configuration and settings, is located below the user interface. The drive functionality can easily be defined, modified or updated with the memory unit, and it also enables easy and fast after-sales service. 7 8 9

33 ACSM1 Safe Torque Off interface
STO interface Safe Torque Off (STO) SIL 3 / IEC 61508, SILCL 3 / EN 62061 Category 4 / EN 954-1 PL e / EN STO Safe Torque Off (X6) Both circuits must be closed for the drive to start. OUT1 1 OUT2 2 IN1 3 IN2 4

34 Control & communication options
Three slots for control and communication options Options Data Install in Analogue & digital extension Slot 1 or 2 FIO-01 4xDI/O, 2xRO FIO-11 3xAI, 1xAO, 2xDO Feedback interface FEN-01 2 inputs (TTL incremental encoder), 1 output FEN-11 2 inputs (SinCos absolute, TTL incremental encoder), 1 output FEN-21 2 inputs (Resolver, TTL incremental encoder), 1 output Communication Slot 3 FPBA-01 PROFIBUS FCAN-01 CANopen FDNA-01 DeviceNet FENA-01 Ethernet/IP, Modbus/TCP 1 2 The ACSM1 control unit has three slots for control and communication options. The analogue and digital I/O extension options can be installed in either slot 1 or slot 2. The digital I/O extension (FIO-01) has four digital I/O’s (which can be configured as input or output), and two relay outputs. The analogue I/O extension (FIO-11) has three analogue inputs, one analogue output and two digital outputs. The feedback interface options for different motor feedback types can be installed in either slot 1 or slot 2. Each of them has two inputs and one output. The other input is always used for TTL incremental encoders. Possible feedback types on the other input depend on the option type: a TTL incremental encoder with FEN-01; a SinCos incremental and absolute encoder, including Endat, Hiperface and SSI protocols with FEN-11; a Resolver with FEN-21. Additionally, all feedback interface options have two fast digital inputs with a 24 V user voltage. Options for communication with different masters are installed in slot 3: FPBA-01 for PROFIBUS communication; FCAN-01 for CANopen communication; FDNA-01 for DeviceNet communication; FENA-02 for Ethernet/IP communication, including Modbus/TCP. Different option combinations are possible, but similar types are not allowed simultaneously. 3

35 External options Flexibility with different external options
Mains choke Reduce harmonics and mains current RMS Reduce mains disturbance and low-frequency interference Increase the allowed DC bus continuous power Mains filter (EMC) Meet category C2 level with installation including motor (max. 50m cable). EMC standards in general EN /A11 (2000), product standard EN (2004), product standard EN 55011, product family standard for industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) equipment 1st environment, unrestricted distribution Category C1 Group 1, Class B 1st environment, restricted distribution Category C2 Group 1, Class A 2nd environment, unrestricted distribution Category C3 Group 2, Class A 2nd environment, restricted distribution Category C4 Not applicable Braking resistor Convert generated kinetic energy into thermal energy Available for different kind of pulse duty performance Equipped with a thermal sensor as standard The following external options are available for the system engineering with the ACSM1: mains chokes, mains filters for EMC, and braking resistors. Mains chokes: The ACSM1 drive does not necessarily need mains chokes for operation. It should be checked case-by-case whether they are needed. Mains chokes are typically used to: reduce harmonics in the mains current, reduce the RMS mains current, reduce mains disturbance and low-frequency interference, increase the allowed DC bus continuous power. Mains filters for EMC: The measures required on the mains side for the drive systems in order to reduce the noise emission will vary depending on the area of application and system configuration. Noise emission limits for the drives are defined in product specific standard EN However, if this standard can not be applied, the machine or system should meet application specific or generic EMC standards. Mains filters are available to meet category C2 level with ACSM1 drive installation including a motor with a cable not longer than 50m. This level corresponds to the A limits of group 1 equipments according to EN Braking resistors: Depending on the application, an external braking resistor may be needed to convert generated kinetic energy into thermal energy. A selection of resistors are available for different kind of pulse duty performance. Moreover, all brake resistors are equipped with a thermal sensor.

36 PC Tools / Drive Studio, DriveSize
Motor control PC Tools / Drive Studio, DriveSize Motion Control Technology functions, solution programs Position sequence CAM Flying cut Position control Speed & Torque Control Technology functions, solution programs Winder Lift Speed control Torque control M E ACSM1 motor control standard features are the following: Control modes are open and closed loop DTC, or scalar mode (U/f). As a standard feature, many kinds of motors can be controlled like asynchronous motors (including standard induction motors and asynchronous servo motors) and synchronous motors (including synchronous servo motors and high torque motors). Current and torque control is on a 100 μs cycle time level. Switching frequency is adjustable between 2 and 16kHz. Maximum output frequency is 500Hz in closed loop mode. Motor identification can be made in different modes like full, reduced and static mode. Auto phasing of the rotor is a standard feature. With the motor database feature, the right motor data (such as type, rated values, and identified values) can be set easily. The motor database is stored in the memory unit and can easily be updated with PC tools. Performance data with different ACSM1 and motor combinations is available on request. ACSM1 / Memory Unit ACSM1 / Power Unit, Control Unit, Control and comm. options Synchronous Asynchronous

37 Speed and Torque control
PC Tools / Drive Studio, DriveSize Motion Control Technology functions, solution programs Position sequence CAM Flying cut Position control Speed & Torque Control Technology functions, solution programs Winder Lift Speed control Torque control M E The Speed and Torque Control variant is suitable for open and closed loop speed or torque control applications. With accurate motor control features, the speed control mode can meet the most demanding requirements. ACSM1 / Memory Unit ACSM1 / Power Unit, Control Unit, Control and comm. options Synchronous Asynchronous

38 PC Tools / Drive Studio, DriveSize
Motion control PC Tools / Drive Studio, DriveSize Motion Control Technology functions, solution programs Position sequence CAM Flying cut Position control Speed & Torque Control Technology functions, solution programs Winder Lift Speed control Torque control M E The Motion control variant includes all features of Speed and Torque control. In addition, the Motion control variant has the following main functionality and performance: Position control is on a 500 μs time level. Position reference can be updated via the feedback interface and fieldbus communication. Synchronization can be controlled at the same time level with position control. Register control is supported with fast touch probe inputs. ACSM1 / Memory Unit ACSM1 / Power Unit, Control Unit, Control and comm. options Synchronous Asynchronous

39 Application solutions
PC Tools / Drive Studio, DriveSize Motion Control Technology functions, solution programs Position sequence CAM Flying cut Position control Speed & Torque Control Technology functions, solution programs Winder Lift Speed control Torque control M E The drive functionality can be easily modified or extended. A standard function block library is included in the Speed and Torque control, and Motion Control variants. This library provides reasonable additions and modifications to standard functionality. The technology function block library is an optional feature. With these optional libraries the drive functionality can be extended to meet specific machine or application requirements. Solution programs are ready-made application-specific programs based on certain technology functions. These programs can be also modified, if needed. The DriveStudio programming tool and environment is the same for all control variants and options. ACSM1 / Memory Unit ACSM1 / Power Unit, Control Unit, Control and comm. options Synchronous Asynchronous

40 Sizing tool MCSize PC tool for sizing the motor and drive
Motion profile and mechanics Different kind of linear or rotary movement mechanisms Integral part of DriveSize tool MCSize is a PC tool for helping the machine designer to select the optimum drive and motor combination with certain motion profile and mechanics. With predefined input sheets it is very easy to specify the dimensions of different kinds of linear or rotary movement mechanisms, such as: lead screw, rack and pinion combination, belt and pulley, conveyor, feed roll, and rotating table. MCSize is an integral part of the well-known DriveSize tool, whose standard features are also available for ACSM1 sizing.

41 Other ABB products extending the portfolio
Induction motors Servo motors ACSM1 ACS350 ACS150 ACS55

42 *) Only For Internal Use
ACSM1 Trainings (eLearning Modules) Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Introduction*) Motion control basics Product specification Control&Performance: -Part A Speed&Torque*) -Part B Motion Servomotor theory Servomotors product specification *) Feedback Devices Fieldbus communication *) Tools overview *) DriveStudio *) Solution Program Composer *) Motion Sizing MCSize DriveCAM (tbd) User Panel (tbd) Commissioning (tbd) Hands-On-Cases (tbd) System Engineering Guide HW (tbd) Control Engineering *) Sales Network Support (tbd) Customer Support *) Competitor analysis *) Expert Package (tbd) 7. AC500 Introduction 8. AC500 Configurations 9. AC500 …. *) Only For Internal Use

43 ABB Machinery Drives Portfolio is Ready
It is time to work for growth in the machinery business!

44 OEM Machinery applications
Tekstiili Textile Elintarvikkeet Food & Beverage Ruiskupuristus Extruding Liikkeen ohjaus Motion Control Pienet nosturit Small Cranes P ää llystys Converting Koneen rakennus Machinery Building Pienet J ä rjestelm t Small Systems

45 Some ACSM1 Cases Stove pipe grabber in Germany
Ship ramp winch in Sweden Lathe application in Spain Lifting the curtain in Vienna Opera Tube pending in Switzerland Elevator position control in Italy

46 Thank you for your attention
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