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1 Studio 5000 Engineering and Design Environment
V21 Highlights

2 Introducing Studio 5000 Engineering and Design Environment
-PRESENT- Logix Designer (V21) Programming and configuration for Logix controllers. Existing RSLogix 5000 user interface retained with new shared components. -FUTURE- View Designer (V22) Graphical design environment for View 5000 HMIs. New User Interface. Studio 5000 is the first evolution of our Engineering and Design Environment Studio 5000 is a modular framework for engineering collaboration with plug-ins for specific engineering tasks such as Logix Designer for control code development, and looking forward to View Designer for HMI development and additional plug-ins like Library Manager, Motion Analyzer Studio 5000 creates the Automation Environment for Standard, Premier and Optimal experiences.

3 Logix Extended Tag Properties
Decreased Troubleshooting Time & Faster Time to Market T101.Level Single tag reference can obtain the all exposed and referenced instruction data Visible Parameters as members of the instruction tag Extended Tag data associated with members Ability to add additional data around a specific tag, without having to create a UDT – add info to actual properties of the tag Can write code against the min and max values; controller does not enforce the values directly Simplify your Logix application No need to create custom data structures for commonly used tag information Develop your application faster and reduce errors Use Min/Max tag limits programmatically, or propagate to third party HMI after moving to a local tag.

4 Extended Tag Properties: Value for Machine/Equipment Builders
Faster time to market with more efficient development Create tag Enable choices Tank_Level Auto-Generated = Development Time Profitability Single tag reference can obtain the all exposed and referenced instruction data Visible Parameters as members of the instruction tag Extended Tag data associated with members

5 Extended Tag Properties: Value for End Users
Faster Troubleshooting with Standard Naming Conventions Troubleshooting with Extended Tag Properties Faulted 3:00 am Non-Standard Naming Maintenance Costs .Level Extended Tag Properties (Standard Naming) Less Cost More Uptime More Cost More Downtime The Example above illustrates that using non-standard or disparate naming convention can lead to extended downtime when data is hard to find. Using Extended Tag Properties helps to standardize naming conventions allowing for less confusion and less downtime. Single tag reference can obtain the all exposed and referenced instruction data Visible Parameters as members of the instruction tag Extended Tag data associated with members

6 Pre-V21 Project Documentation Storage
Comments/Descriptions Stored on PC L6 Controller User Memory (Volatile/RAM) CPU Engineering PC “.ACD” Comments/Descriptions Rung Tag UDT AOI Task Program Routine This slide shows the current state of documentation and comments residing on the PC. Rung comments, descriptions, all project documentation lives inside the controller Do not have to take .acd file everywhere – Only thing not in the controller program right now is the trend Comments Descriptions

7 New V21 Project Documentation Storage
Reduce File Management Efforts L7 Controller CPU User Memory (Volatile/RAM) New Memory (Non-Volatile) L6 Controller CPU User Memory (Volatile/RAM) Engineering PC “.ACD” Significant improvement in revision management with controllers Simplified Multi User Project Development Easier Project Maintenance Rung Comments. All descriptions (Routines Programs/Task/Tag/UDT/etc) Exception to this is trends and trend comments. **Reminder** As with V21, this is in L7x, L1ER, L2ER and L3ER controllers. Comments Descriptions Alarm Log 10K Alarms Extended Tag Properties

8 New Non-Volatile Extended Memory
Controller CPU New Memory (Non-Volatile) User Memory (Volatile/ RAM) Storage is completely independent of user memory space New non-volatile memory storage space is independent of the user memory. Note- If min/max data is accessed programmatically, user memory will be consumed. Extended tag properties, rung comments, descriptions, etc live in a new nvs memory area – extended memory space that does not take away from your user memory Not added to project storage - 8 meg program still uses 8 meg of controller space

9 User Memory (Volatile/RAM)
Project Documentation Storage: Value for Machine Builders and End Users L7 Controller CPU User Memory (Volatile/RAM) New Memory (Non-Volatile) Improved Maintenance Response Time (End User) Improved Revision Management Easier project maintenance Comments/Descriptions are Always Available Faster Time to Market (OEM) Multi-user Development No Risk to Losing Project Documentation Significant improvement in revision management with controllers Simplified Multi User Project Development Easier Project Maintenance Rung Comments. All descriptions (Routines Programs/Task/Tag/UDT/etc) Exception to this is trends and trend comments. **Reminder** As with V21, this is in L7x, L1ER, L2ER and L3ER controllers.

10 Updated FT A&E Alarm State Model
Simplifies application creation to easily follow ISA 18.2 recommendations ISA S18.2 Alarm State Transition Diagram FT A&E vs. ISA 18.2 terminology: Shelve = Shelved Suppress = Suppressed By Design Disable = Out Of Service Slide take away is Following ISA 18.2 alarming standard. Put alarms and events in the controller – HMI points to the controller and gets all the alarming infrastructure, etc Don’t have to do anything at the HMI level except point to the controller Only works with our controllers and HMI, so won’t get it if using someone else’s HMI ISA state model Source: International Society of Automation. (2009). ANSI/ISA Management of Alarm Systems for the Process Industries. Research Triangle Park: ISA

11 Shelving Function for Alarms
Reduce Costly Mistakes by Assuring Alarms are Noticed IN ALARM Shelved This slide shows how the shelving function is analogous to a snooze function. Click to Shelve

12 Selectively Apply Duration to ALMA
Increase Productivity by Eliminating Nuisance Alarms High Limit High High Limit Time Temperature Min Duration To Trigger In V21, minimum duration can be applied to all or selected limits in the ALMA instruction. Minimum duration is the time that the limit must be held for the event to be realized. In a V20 if user wants to use the Minimum Duration function, the function applies to all limits. This is a concern if the user wants this function applied to less critical alarm limits such as High and Low, but requires instant notification on more critical alarm limits such as HighHigh and LowLow.

13 New Controller Based Alarm Log
High Availability of Alarming Data Reduces Material Losses Alarm Log = Communications Loss FactoryTalk View 6.x and 7.x Circular File Stores Alarm Transitions This function utilizes the non-volatile space on the controller. It is circular file which stores up to 10K alarms in L7x, 5K in L3, 5K in L2 and 2.5K in L1 CMX. Historical log embedded on the controller

14 Expanded FT A&E System Limits
Scale to Larger Applications Expanded FTA&E Limits in FactoryTalk View 7.0 Servers Current Tested Limits FactoryTalk View 7.0 Target FT A&E Servers (Non-Redundant) 2 Servers 10 Servers FT A&E Servers (Redundant) 2 Server Pairs 10 Server Pairs FT View Servers (Non-Redundant) FT View Servers (Redundant) 5 Server Pairs Eliminates barrier that may have led to use of HMI Classic Alarming More servers enable logical segregation of FT A&E servers by processing area Clients Current Tested Limits FactoryTalk View 7.0 Target FT A&E Clients 20 Clients 50 Clients FT View Clients

15 Controller Support Roadmap V20 is in extended maintenance mode
V20 will be in Extended Maintenance Mode for some time. V20 is the last version to allow selection of and creation of these controllers. No V21 firmware is available for these controllers. V20 is in extended maintenance mode

16 Operating System Support
Operating Systems Supported in V21: Windows 7 Professional SP1 32 bit Windows 7 Professional SP1 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 32 bit Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit Win2K8 Server Standard R2 SP1 (64-bit) Knowledgebase Answer ID 67020 “RSLogix 5/500/5000 on Windows Vista and Windows 7“

17 V21 Motion Features

18 EtherNet/IP CIP Motion Encoder
Eliminate Extra Wiring and Complexity EtherNet/IP DLR support 18 bit resolution Single-turn and multi-turn absolute 842EM-S 842EM-M IP67 Packaging, M12 connectors Solid and Hollow shaft options CIP Motion Feedback Only axis support Use as master axis for gear, PCAM, MDSC Provides a master axis solution when using the Kinetix 350 drive or Kinetix 5500 drive Provides CIP Motion feedback only axis solution for the Kinetix 350 and Kinetix 5500 servo drives for ControlLogix and 5370 CompactLogix controllers Feedback only axis is required in many applications where non-controller master axis feedback is required for Gear, PCAM, and Master Driven Speed Control motion move support

19 High Performance Position Driven Outputs (PLS)
More points per Output Cam from 8 to 16 Position based output control MAOC motion instruction with RSLogix graphical profile editor Map to any output - boolean or physical Advanced PLS features Output Cam Function in CompactLogix Benefits Any axis can control outputs using position & velocity Physical or virtual axes Multiple output module options Standard outputs Outputs with CIP Sync for high performance 1756-OB16IS - 8 outputs/module 1756-OB16IFS - 16 outputs/module 1732E-OB8M8SR – 8 outputs /module EtherNet/IP DLR Use with ControlLogix or CompactLogix High performance PLS support with local (ControlLogix) and distributed (ControlLogix, 5370 CompactLogix) outputs – up to 50us resolution Maximum flexibility…..any virtual axis or CIP Motion drive can be mapped to any output for PLS functionality 1732E-OB8M8SR is the only option for PLS support with 5370 CompactLogix

20 Kinetix 5500 CIP Motion Servo Drive
Lower Installation Costs 50% less cabinet space 70% fewer wiring terminations 60% less cable runs required VPL Servo motor single cable connection Flexible Machine Architecture Single or Multiple Axis configurations Shared AC/DC Bus configurations Servo or V/Hz – Induction and PM motors Embedded switch DLR support Meets Global Machine Standards VAC Input Voltage Hardwired Safe Torque Off 1A to 23A continuous

21 Kinetix VPL Servo Motor
Single cable 27% lower cable cost 60% less wiring Windings options matched to drive ratings allow for optimized system sizing and costs NM Continuous Torque Range Flat speed/torque curves deliver twice as much power at high speeds delivering 20% savings Integrated Mechatronic functions simplify commissioning and reduce operational costs Energy efficient drive/motor match and green shunt 50% less energy 15% lower costs Based on proven magnetic core MP technology for market leading reliability and performance

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23 Introducing ControlLogix Peer-to-Peer I/O
Expanded Application Capabilities 1756-OB16IEF 1756-LSC8xIB8I 1756-IB16IF The latest additions to the ControlLogix family of I/O offer significantly improved performance, increasing production capacity and minimizing system response time. A total of 3 new modules offer individual benefits but, when used in combination, provide peer-to-peer I/O control with nominal screw-to-screw speed < 100µS, independent of the controller. Increase speeds to capture new events Increased scan time Pattern matching event tasks – reduce code space

24 What is Peer-to-Peer I/O Control?
Peer-to-Peer I/O Control is output actuation based on input data, independent of the programmable automation controller (PAC). Throughput speeds are drastically reduced as outputs are turned on and off without intervention from the PAC. Here’s how it works: The input module is configured to “produce” data The output module establishes a connection to the input module The output module “listens” for the data the input module is producing The output module energizes outputs when it “hears” the required parameters How it works: the input module is configured to “produce” data the output module establishes a connection to the input module the output module “listens” for the data the input module is producing the output module energizes outputs when it “hears” the required parameters ALL COMPLETELY INDEPENDENT OF THE PROGRAM. SO, P2P I/O Control will alleviate the controller’s responsibility of that execution of code. It is handed over to the IO Modules for faster throughput as well as eliminating transport lags for transfer into the PAC. Configuration Input Module produces data Controller Info Output

25 * Example Use Cases: Peer-to-Peer I/O Control
Peer control allows outputs on the 1756-OB16IEF module to energize within 50µS of input peer pre-conditions being met. Max # of Pulses Per Cycle Limit Glue Apply Glue Now Sensor Glue Gun Control Trigger an Event Based Task Single Input OR a Combination of Inputs Variable Pulse train to Heating Element from PID Calculation Temp Feedback to Analog Input Heated Vessel Time-Proportioned Control Applications * S Simple Flowmeter / Solenoid Valve Control Why would we need this and What applications could benefit from this advancement? Examples: Filling Lines where counting and execution is critical (Very speed) Glue Gun applications where edge detection is critical at high speeds and very quick decisions need to be made Configurable Cycle Limit feature that helps prevent “Globbing” in the event of line stoppage. Time Proportioned Control Applications Provides a PWM On Time and Cycle Time High Speed Parts Reject or Select applications Must Detect then React at a high speed Take Away Alleviate the Processor lag time for executing logic and hand it over to the IO. All of these can be solved at the I/O Module Level utilizing P2P control.

26 CompactLogix®

27 New CompactLogix Controllers
Scalable Controllers to Best Meet Application Needs L3 L2 New ER controllers are better scaled to provide a clear and simple product selection 5 simple criteria; Memory, Embedded IO, # of local IO expansions, and two new limits # of Ethernet nodes on RSLogix5000 I/O Tree and Motion Axis supported (Position loop only) Memory ranges from 384KB to 3MB Embedded IO, selection of brick style or modular controller, purely digital or combination of analog and High speed counter Number of Local IO Expansions. Number of EtherNet/IP Nodes on RSlogix5000 IO tree. What these means will be discuss in the new few slides Lastly Motion axis supported for position loop only ranging from 2 axis to 16 axis. We will have detail explanation of what this is later. Clear & Simple Product Selection L1 Integrated Motion with L1,L2,L3

28 Simple and Consistent Scaling
Catalog Memory Embedded I/O # of local IO Expansions # of EtherNet/IP Nodes on I/O Tree Motion Axis supported (Position) 1769-L16ER-BB1B 1769-L18ER-BB1B 1769-L18ERM-BB1B 1769-L24ER-QB1B 1769-L24ER-QBFC1B 1769-L27ERM-QBFC1B 1769-L30ER 1769-L30ER-NSE 1769-L30ERM 1769-L33ER 1769-L33ERM 1769-L36ERM 384KB 512KB 750KB 1MB 2MB 3MB 16 IN/16 OUT 16 IN/16 OUT/4 AI/2 AO/4 HSC - 6 8 4 16 30 4 8 16 32 48 - 2 4 8 16 New ER controllers are better scaled to provide a clear and simple product selection 5 simple criteria; Memory, Embedded IO, # of local IO expansions, and two new limits # of Ethernet nodes on RSLogix5000 I/O Tree and Motion Axis supported (Position loop only) Memory ranges from 384KB to 3MB Embedded IO, selection of brick style or modular controller, purely digital or combination of analog and High speed counter Number of Local IO Expansions. Number of EtherNet/IP Nodes on RSlogix5000 IO tree. What these means will be discuss in the new few slides Lastly Motion axis supported for position loop only ranging from 2 axis to 16 axis. We will have detail explanation of what this is later.

29 ControlLogix 5570 Family of controllers

30 ControlLogix & CompactLogix 55xx Hardware Overview
New faster CPU Enhanced SDRAM USB 2.0 port Higher Productivity Embedded SD Card 4-character display Less Downtime Energy Storage Module No Battery Supports Green Initiatives 30

31 ControlLogix 557xS Integrated Safety
Safety Features Existing GuardLogix functionality Safety Task 1756-L6xS functionality All safety and safety application instructions All existing GuardLogix safety certifications IEC 61508, IEC 62061, ISO 13849, etc. Controller Options 1756-L72S = 4MB standard / 2M Safety 1756-L73S = 8MB standard / 4M Safety

32 New Redundancy Module 1756-RM2F
More Application Options & Faster Machine Throughput Features and Benefits Higher Data Throughput Rates – Less Cross Loading time means less scan time impact 1 GB fiber speeds – Faster Cross Load Speeds Redundant Fiber Channels – No single point of Failure Enhanced Diagnostic Display (Used with RM Configuration tool) – Less time spent troubleshooting in the event of an issue

33 ControlLogix XT & ControlLogix SXT
1756-A7XT New higher density XT chassis (7-Slots) Same physical size as 1756-A10 and 1756-A5XT Use with existing Logix-XT No software update required 1756-L73XT / -L73SXT (8MB) Logix-XT controller Shares all characteristics of existing Logix-XT modules No software update required - Standard L7x firmware

34 Performing a System Upgrade or Creating a New System
Customer upgrades a system component (e.g., moving from V16 to V17) What other devices must be upgraded? Controller moving from V16 to V17 Graphical representation of why the following tool may be required. What other devices in the system are affected? Are other software upgrades needed ? Will this break any part of the system?

35 New Compatibility Management Web Site
Reduce Time to Market and Mitigate Risk Identifies compatibility of firmware versions Easier to locate downloads Easier to locate release notes or other companion documents. New tool with solid infrastructure, data is continuing to be updated and added.

36 Logix Connector Enhancements – VantagePoint
Reduced engineering time Simplified connectivity to Logix platforms Increased ease of use Live Data Import wizard brings in structures from Logix platforms If a matching type definition does not already exist, a type definition is created to match the UDT definition in the controller Tag instances are then created for each tag in the controller that uses that definition Dynamic Object Creation – When using the Live Data Import wizard bring in structures from the Logix platform, you now have another dialog to select which UDT structures to bring in. When the wizard is executed, if a matching type definition does not already exist, a type definition is created to match the UDT definition in the controller. Tag instances are then created for each tag in the controller that uses that definition. Thus you no longer need to define the type package in advance and set the Import rules to bring structures into the model. Quite an improvement! Now for the caveat. This feature works one on one with a controller. If two controllers use the same UDT definition, they will each have their own type definition.

37 Copyright / Trademark Notice
Copyright © 2012 Rockwell Automation Inc., All Rights Reserved RSLogix, RSLinx, RSNetWorx, the RSLogix 5000 logo, and the Rockwell Software logo are trademarks of Rockwell Software Inc. Logix5000, PLC-5, SLC-500 and Data Highway are trademarks of Allen Bradley Company LLC., all other trademarks are the property of their respective holders and are hereby acknowledged For more information on the latest pricing or a demonstration of any Rockwell Software package, please contact your local Rockwell Automation sales office or authorized Allen-Bradley distributor. For the very latest on Rockwell Software product development, visit our Web Site on the Internet at: WORLDWIDE REPRESENTATION Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Lebanon, Macao, Malaysia, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Republic of South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Trinidad, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela, Vietnam, Zimbabwe


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