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Rockwell Automation Industrial Infrastructure Products and Offerings

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State of Manufacturing Evolution VISIBILITY Continuous Improvement


Integration of plant-floor production information to Enterprise level Detailed Real Time reporting and measurement Access to information at multiple levels Effectiveness and Productivity continuous monitoring

TRACKING What happened and when


Regulatory Compliance Quality assurance Real Time Order and Resource Status Track and Trace (minimize impact of non-conformances)

EtherNet/IP REAL TIME Information Access

CONTROL How to be more competitive


Asset and Resource Optimization Reduce Maintenance costs Maximize equipment utilization Demand Driven, Flexible manufacturing
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Why EtherNet/IP?

EtherNet/IP is
Standard
EtherNet/IP is standard, unmodified (IEEE 802.x) Ethernet

Established
EtherNet/IP has more than 3,500,000 nodes installed, and widely available Rockwell Automation and 3rd party products

More than a Fieldbus


Control your machinery, supervise your factory, and manage your enterprise with just one network

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Standard vs. standards-based

Standard

Competitive Ethernet

EtherNet/IP

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Benefits of using Standard Ethernet

Standard

COTS Products and Technologies

Use commercial off the shelf (COTS) products like Ethernet switches, cameras, devices, instruments, and technologies like wireless, web pages, email, remote access, and video/voice

Simplified Integration

Easier integration into existing Ethernet installations and corporate networks, no special requirements or conditions to meet

Reduce Training

No special training or knowledge needed from the IT workforce, works the same as their existing networks

Leverage Technology

Future proof your application and networks by leveraging the advancements of Ethernet
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Adoption of EtherNet/IP

Established

EtherNet/IP has shipped over 1.65 million nodes of products, but the true indicator of industry acceptance is vendor adoption!!
Vendor Adoption Summary Over 240 vendors developing products Over 650 identified products

A competitor

Vendor Adoption Summary < 35 vendors developing products < 200 identified products and services

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EtherNet/IP Technology Convergence


Commercial Technologies
Webpage FTP Video/Voice Over IP

More Than a Fieldbus

Instruments

Business & Traditional Plant Floor Applications


Drives Wireless

Business System

Real-Time Plant Floor Control Applications

Robots

Controllers Remote Access I/O Email Devices Programming Terminals Other Commercial Technologies

Mix Business, Industrial, and Commercial Technologies to Solve Plant-wide Applications


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EtherNet/IP Expanding Capabilities

More Than a Fieldbus

Safety
EtherNet/IP- Standard and Safety on the same wire

IT Integration
EtherNet/IP will continue to enhance information integration capabilities between plant floor and enterprise

Time Sync and Motion


EtherNet/IP Time synchronization and motion control via standard IEEE 1588

Security
EtherNet/IP systems will continue to evolve and add security measures

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State of Manufacturing Evolution VISIBILITY Continuous Improvement


Integration of plant-floor production information to Enterprise level Detailed Real Time reporting and measurement Access to information at multiple levels Effectiveness and Productivity continuous monitoring

TRACKING What happened and when


Regulatory Compliance Quality assurance Real Time Order and Resource Status Track and Trace (minimize impact of non-conformances)

EtherNet/IP EtherNet/IP

CONTROL How to be more competitive


Asset and Resource Optimization Reduce Maintenance costs Maximize equipment utilization Demand Driven, Flexible manufacturing
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Enabling the REAL TIME Convergence of Information Manufacturing Access and IT

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Reference Architectures

A Set of Tested and Validated Design and Implementation Best Practices Common Reference and Common Language For IT and Manufacturing
With this implementation guide, for the first time IT and manufacturing professionals can share a common document for planning a converged IP network including the factory floor and automation equipment.
Harry Forbes, ARC Advisory Group

FREE Download Today www.ab.com/networks/architectures


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Reference Architectures

Better Data Flow Safety and Security Productivity and Efficiency Economies of Scale

Design guidance consisting of methodology, recommendations, documented configuration settings, and best practices developed against tested and validated architectures Future Ready network foundation
e.g. Voice, Video, Wireless, CIP Safety, PTP (1588), CIP Sync, CIP Motion
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Product and Technology Overview


- Rockwell Automation Stratix Product Family - Embedded Switch Technologies

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Stratix From Rockwell Automation


Full portfolio including:
Switches Media Network Services

Industrial Hardened
Media Unmanaged Embedded Managed

Non Hardened Managed

Cisco
Stratix 8000 Stratix 6000 Embedded Technology Stratix 2000 Media

Network Services
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Ethernet Switches for a Wide Range of Industrial Applications


Ideal for applications with linear or ring topologies

Applications with distributed network devices that need to be monitored and controlled

Price

Embedded Ring & Linear

Applications that require plant floor and enterprise integration

Applications with Small, Isolated Networks

Functionality
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Understanding Your Switch Options


Managed versus unmanaged
Advantages Ability to manage multicast traffic Provide diagnostics data Provide security options Provide QoS, VLAN and resiliency support Disadvantages

Managed Switches

More expensive Requires some level of support and configuration to start up and replace

Unmanaged Switches

Inexpensive Simple to set up Easy to replace

No management capabilities No security No diagnostic information provided Difficult to troubleshoot

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Rockwell Automation Stratix 8000


Managed Switches with Cisco Technology

A unique product in the market


Best of Cisco
Secure integration with enterprise network
Cisco internetworking operating system (IOS ) TM Cisco Catalyst switch arch. and feature set Familiar tools for IT professionals: command line interface (CLI), CNA and Device Manager
TM

Best of Rockwell Automation

Premier (CIP) interface to Integrated Architecture


RSLogix 5000 for configuration (AOP) Predefined Logic tags for diagnostics FactoryTalk View Faceplates

Best for the Plant Floor Environment

Easy to Integrate and Maintain


Default configurations for Industrial Automation market (Globals and Smartports) Removable Compact Flash for one step device replacement

integrating the enterprise and manufacturing environments


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Stratix 8000 - Modular Design


Base Module
(6-port or 10-port)

Extension Module A
(8-port Copper)

Extension Module B
(8-port Fiber)

8 Extended Data Ports


10/100 Copper

8 Extended Data Ports


100 Fixed Fiber

Dual Purpose Uplink Ports


10/100/1000 Copper or SFP

Data Ports
10/100 Copper

6-port

to
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26-port
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Stratix 8000 - Dual Purpose Uplinks

GigE Copper Uplinks


10/100/1000

OR

SFP Fiber Transceiver 100M and 1G Multimode and Singlemode

SFP Fiber Uplinks


10/100/1000

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Stratix 6000 Managed Switches


Fixed port managed switch
4 port or 8 port versions with optional fiber optic uplink (SFP) Control system integrated CIP communications for:
Diagnostics (tags) Configuration (RSLogix 5000) Security

DHCP persistence for automatic end device IP address assignment Unauthorized User Identification Traffic Level Monitor with Alarms FactoryTalk View Faceplates

Integrated Tightly Into The Integrated Architecture


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Stratix 2000 Unmanaged Switches Multiple configurations:


3 port copper + 1 fiber 5 port copper 6 port copper +1 fiber 8 port copper

Automatically negotiates speed and duplex settings Automatically detects cross-over cable

No Integration, No Set-up Or Configuration Required


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Key Stratix Configuration Features


IT friendly configuration tool Cisco Command Line Interface, Cisco Network Assistant, Device Manager Express setup quick start up feature Smartport easy switch port optimization feature Web enabled configuration using embedded web pages AOP configuration stored as part of project in RSLogix 5000

Stratix 8000

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Familiar Tools
Enables Collaboration of IT & Manufacturing
Cisco Command Line Interface (CLI), Cisco Network Assistant (CNA), and Device Manager interfaces for the IT engineer RSLogix 5000, and Add-on Profiles (AOP) interfaces for the Controls engineer Cisco IOS and Catalyst 2960 features insures adaptability to the existing Cisco Infrastructure network policy

Stratix 8000

Device Manager

Command Line Interface

RSLogix, Add-on Profile Cisco Network Assistant

For IT, Managing Stratix 8000 Is Identical To Other Cisco Switches


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Premier Logix Interface (CIP)

Stratix 6000

Stratix 8000

RSLogix 5000 AOP


Configuration (stored as part of project) Product identification I/O connection Port Status Alarms Link Status Unauthorized device Threshold exceeded Bandwidth Utilization Alarm relays Port Control

Logix Predefined Tags

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FactoryTalk View Faceplates

Stratix 6000

Stratix 8000

Status Configuration Alarms Trending

Help

Pre-engineered Faceplates for Network Monitoring


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Help Secure Your Network

Stratix 6000

Turn ports on and off using your RSLogix 5000 program Configurable device authentication with the web browser Username and password authentication for configuration Configurable device authentication (MAC ID) with RSLogix 5000

Prevent Unauthorized Access And Safeguard Your Data


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Maximize Plant Floor Uptime


Switch Replacement

Stratix 8000

Compact Flash stores entire configuration and operating system (maintains revision control) Move the Compact Flash card from failed switch to the new switch
No PC, No Set-up, No Configuration Required!
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Maximize Plant Floor Uptime


Device Replacement

Stratix 6000

Stratix 8000

DHCP server can be configured to assign the same IP address when devices are replaced End devices request address upon power up Network recovers from end device replacement automatically

Simplifies Maintenance and Increases Machine OEE


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Embedded Switch Technology


Embedding switch technology in end devices Enables linear and device-level-ring topologies for EtherNet/IP Enables devices to prioritize traffic ensuring timely delivery of critical data ODVA standard
Technology available to 3rd parties

Linear

Ring

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Embedded Switches and Taps


Rockwell Embedded Switch Products will be released in phases
First phase ControlLogix EtherNet/IP module (1756-EN2TR) Stratix 4000 EtherNet/IP tap (1783-ETAP) Other products to be released in the future Motion Drives DIO Safety 3rd party devices
1756-EN2TR 1783-ETAP

2 Ethernet Ports

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Benefits of Ring and Linear Topologies


Linear
Linear Ethernet segments greatly extend the length of the application No need to run cables from each device back to a centralized switch

Ring
Resilient network provides single fault tolerance Device level ring requires no additional hardware to implement

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How Does a Device Level Ring Work?


Each ring must have a designated ring supervisor. The function of the Ring Supervisor is to manage traffic and hold diagnostic information. There could be multiple ring supervisors in a single ring, but only one can be the active supervisor. The 1783-ETAP and 1756-EN2TR are both supervisorcapable devices. When a wire break occurs, the supervisor of the ring reroutes traffic to assure continual operation of the network. Network recovery time is less than 1 ms for a network of up to 50 nodes. The supervisor also has knowledge of the exact location of the break allowing a user to quickly remedy the problem.

Ring Supervisor

There is no special configuration necessary at the non-supervisory nodes.


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Stratix Software Feature Summary


Features
Cisco IOS and Catalyst 2960 feature set Smartports RSLogix5000 Profiles

Stratix 8000

Stratix 6000

Embedded Technology

Stratix 2000

VLANs
QoS Bandwidth Threshold Alarming MAC ID port security IP address assignment per port or opt. 82 Port mirroring IGMP snooping and query STP/RSTP or ring support SNMP support

Etherchannels
IEEE 802.1x Security

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Industrial Ethernet Media Summary


M12 Connectivity - D Code 1585D-M4TBDM-xx
M12 Male to M12 Male Overmolded Patchcords Flex Rated Media 10 Million Cycles IDC Field Attachable Connector

RJ45 Connectivity
RJ45 to RJ45 Patchcords - PVC Riser and Flex 1585J-M8PBJM-xx, 1585J-M8TBJM-xx RJ45 Insulation Displacement Connector (IDC) - 1585J-M8CC-H RJ45 Crimp Connector 1585J-M8CC-C RJ45 Crimp Tool 1585A-JCrimp

M12 to RJ45 Bulkhead Adapter 1585A-DD4JD Ethernet Cable Spools Available


Riser Cable Standard Applications 1585-C8PB-Sxx Flex Rated 10 Million Cycles 1585-C8TB-Sxx

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Typical Configurations
Enterprise Zone DMZ
Terminal Servers, Patch Management, AntiVirus, Historian Mirror, Web/Application Server
Cisco 2960 Layer 2 Switch

ERP, Email, Intranet, etc.

Enterprise Network

Cisco ASA 5520 Firewall

Cisco 3750 Stackwise Layer 3 Switch

Manufacturing Zone
Stratix 8000 Layer 2 Switch

FactoryTalk Applications

Engineering Workstation - RSLogix 5000

Ring Topology with Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)

Stratix 4000 ETAP Layer 2 Embedded Switch Linear or Ring

Stratix 2000 Layer 2 Unmanaged Switch

Stratix 6000 Layer 2 Switch

Cell/Area Zone

Cell/Area Zone

Cell/Area Zone

Cell/Area Zone
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Tools and Services


- Integrated Architecture Tools - Network Services

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EtherNet/IP Diagnostic Screens and Faceplates


Sample FactoryTalk View screens and faceplates are available to help you monitor your system with FactoryTalk View Go to: http://samplecode.rockwellautomation.com Example: in the Title field, perform a search on faceplates Sample faceplates available for most network bridges and Ethernet switches

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EtherNet/IP Performance Prediction Tool


Helps you in the initial layout of your EtherNet/IP network by calculating resources (Connections, Packets Per Second) used by a proposed network. Click here to view the tool

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Ethernet Network & Security Services


Design Services
Network Design Review Review of customer design documentation Network Design Complete network design, corporate specifications, system specifications, or best practices

Evaluation Services
Network Validation Installation and operational verification of a network Network Baseline Performance Operational verification of a running network Health Check One day operational verification of a running network prior to upgrades

For more information, visit the web site!


Network and Security Services Because Infrastructure Matters
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Thank You!!

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