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Report
Studio 5000
Engineering and Design Environment
V21 Highlights
Rev 5058-CO900C
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Introducing Studio 5000
Engineering and Design Environment
-PRESENT-
-FUTURE-
Logix Designer
(V21)
View Designer
(V22)
Programming and
configuration for Logix
controllers.
Graphical design
environment for
View 5000 HMIs.
Existing RSLogix 5000
user interface retained
with new shared
components.
New User
Interface.
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Logix Extended Tag Properties
Decreased Troubleshooting Time & Faster Time to Market
T101.Level
T101.Level.@EU
T101.Level.@Min
T101.Level.@Max
 Simplify your Logix application
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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.
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Extended Tag Properties:
Value for Machine/Equipment Builders
Faster time to market with more efficient development
1. Create tag
Development
Time
=
2. Enable choices
Auto-Generated
Tank_Level
Tank_Level.@EU
Tank_Level.@Min
Tank_Level.@Max
Profitability
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Extended Tag Properties:
Value for End Users
Faster Troubleshooting with Standard Naming Conventions
Troubleshooting with
Non-Standard Naming
More Cost
More Downtime
Troubleshooting with
Extended Tag Properties
Less Cost
More Uptime
Maintenance Costs
Extended Tag Properties
(Standard Naming)
Faulted 3:00 am
.Level
.Level.@Name
.Level.@Description
.Level.@EU
.Level.@Min
.Level.@Max
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Pre-V21
Project Documentation Storage
Comments/Descriptions Stored on PC
L6 Controller
CPU
User Memory
(Volatile/RAM)
Engineering PC “.ACD”
 Comments/Descriptions
 Rung
 Tag
 UDT
 AOI
 Task
 Program
 Routine
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New V21
Project Documentation Storage
Reduce File Management Efforts
L7
L6Controller
Controller
CPU
User
User Memory
Memory
(Volatile/RAM)
(Volatile/RAM)
Engineering PC “.ACD”
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New Non-Volatile Extended Memory
L7
Controller
CPU
Storage is completely independent of
user memory space
User Memory
(Volatile/ RAM)
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Project Documentation Storage: Value
for Machine Builders and End Users
L7
Controller
CPU
User Memory
(Volatile/RAM)
 Improved Maintenance
Response Time (End User)
Improved Revision Management
 Easier project maintenance
 Comments/Descriptions are
Always Available
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 Faster Time to Market (OEM)
Multi-user Development
 No Risk to Losing Project
Documentation
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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
Source: International Society of Automation. (2009). ANSI/ISA-18.2-2009 - Management of Alarm Systems
for the Process Industries. Research Triangle Park: ISA
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Shelving Function for Alarms
Reduce Costly Mistakes by Assuring Alarms are Noticed
IN ALARM
Click to Shelve
Shelved
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Selectively Apply Duration to ALMA
Increase Productivity by Eliminating Nuisance Alarms
High Limit
Temperature
High High Limit
Time
Min Duration To Trigger
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New Controller Based Alarm Log
High Availability of Alarming Data Reduces Material Losses
Alarm
Log
=
Communications
Loss
Circular File Stores Alarm
Transitions
FactoryTalk View 6.x and 7.x
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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
2 Server Pairs
10 Server Pairs
10 Servers
10 Servers
5 Server Pairs
10 Server Pairs
Current
Tested Limits
FactoryTalk
View 7.0 Target
FT A&E Clients
20 Clients
50 Clients
FT View Clients
50 Clients
50 Clients
FT A&E Servers (Redundant)
FT View Servers (Non-Redundant)
FT View Servers (Redundant)
Clients
 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
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Controller Support
Roadmap
V20 is in extended maintenance mode
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Operating
System
Support
Knowledgebase Answer ID 67020
“RSLogix 5/500/5000 on Windows Vista and Windows 7“
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V21 MOTION FEATURES
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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
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High Performance
Position Driven Outputs (PLS)
More points per Output Cam from 8 to 16
 Position based output control
MAOC motion instruction with RSLogix 5000
graphical profile editor
 Map to any output - boolean or physical
 Advanced PLS features
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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
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Kinetix 5500 CIP Motion Servo Drive
 Lower Installation Costs
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50% less cabinet space
70% fewer wiring terminations
60% less cable runs required
VPL Servo motor single cable connection
 Flexible Machine Architecture
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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
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195-528 VAC Input Voltage
Hardwired Safe Torque Off
1A to 23A continuous
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Kinetix VPL Servo Motor
.4-31.5 NM Continuous Torque
Range
Single cable
27% lower cable cost
60% less wiring
Windings options matched
to drive ratings allow for
optimized system sizing
and costs
Flat speed/torque curves deliver twice
as much power at high speeds
delivering 20% savings
Integrated Mechatronic functions
simplify commissioning and
reduce operational costs
Based on proven magnetic core
MP technology for market leading
reliability and performance
Energy efficient drive/motor
match and green shunt
50% less energy
15% lower costs
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Introducing ControlLogix Peer-to-Peer I/O
Expanded Application Capabilities
1756-OB16IEF
1756-LSC8xIB8I
1756-IB16IF
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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:
1. The input module is configured to “produce” data
2. The output module establishes a connection to the input module
3. The output module “listens” for the data the input module is producing
4. The output module energizes outputs when it “hears” the required
parameters
Configuration
Input Module
produces data
Controller Info
Output
Configuration
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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
Trigger an Event Based Task
Single Input OR a Combination of Inputs
*
*
*
*
S
S
*
Variable Pulse train to Heating
Element from PID Calculation
S
S
*
*
Glue Gun Control
*
S
S
S
S
Simple Flowmeter / Solenoid Valve Control
Temp Feedback to Analog Input
Heated Vessel
Time-Proportioned Control Applications
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CompactLogix®
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New CompactLogix Controllers
Scalable Controllers to Best Meet
Application Needs
Clear & Simple Product Selection
Integrated Motion with L1,L2,L3
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Simple and Consistent Scaling
Catalog
Memory Embedded
I/O
# of local IO # of EtherNet/IP
Motion Axis
Expansions Nodes on I/O Tree supported
(Position)
1769-L16ER-BB1B
384KB
16 IN/16 OUT
6
4
-
1769-L18ER-BB1B
512KB
16 IN/16 OUT
8
8
-
1769-L18ERM-BB1B
512KB
16 IN/16 OUT
8
8
2
1769-L24ER-QB1B
750KB
16 IN/16 OUT
4
8
-
1769-L24ER-QBFC1B
750KB
16 IN/16 OUT/4 AI/2
AO/4 HSC
4
8
-
1769-L27ERM-QBFC1B
1MB
16 IN/16 OUT/4 AI/2
AO/4 HSC
4
16
4
1769-L30ER
1MB
-
8
16
-
1769-L30ER-NSE
1MB
-
8
16
-
1769-L30ERM
1MB
-
8
16
4
1769-L33ER
2MB
-
16
32
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1769-L33ERM
2MB
-
16
32
8
1769-L36ERM
3MB
-
30
48
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ControlLogix 5570 Family of controllers
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
What other devices in the
system are affected?
Are other software
upgrades needed ?
Will this break any
part of the system?
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New
Compatibility Management Web Site
Reduce Time to Market and Mitigate Risk
 http://www.rockwellautomation.com/compatibility/#/scenarios
 Identifies compatibility of firmware versions
 Easier to locate downloads
 Easier to locate release notes or other companion documents.
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Logix Connector Enhancements –
VantagePoint
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Reduced engineering time
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Simplified connectivity to Logix platforms
Increased ease of use
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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
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Copyright / Trademark Notice
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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
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