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  • 1. L ON W ORKS Lunch & Learn
  • 2.
    • L ON W ORKS networks are designed to transform everyday devices...
  • 3.
    • ...into intelligent, interoperable, networked devices that communicate on a peer-to-peer basis using open standards...
  • 4. ... accessible from anywhere in the world LonWorks Control Network Dimmer/Switch Human Machine Interface Security Camera Motion Sensor Thermostat HVAC Valve Electronic Ballast Over the Internet… From your browser…
  • 5. LonWorks at Work or Play everyday
    • Chances are you’ve already experienced the power of LonWorks at home, work or play without realizing it.
    • Seen a Broadway play? LonWorks lighting systems light many Broadway stages
    • Been to Las Vegas lately? LonWorks devices control the fountain show each night at the Bellagio Hotel
    • Got Milk? LONWORKs devices run the largest milk distribution facility in Greece
    • Ridden the New York City Subway? The New York City transit Authority has adopted LonWorks as the standard to control device throughout its subway cars
    • Received a parking ticket in Amsterdam? LonWorks technology keeps Amsterdam's parking meters working
  • 6. LonWorks Applied
    • Where does LonWorks get used and by whom:
    • Automotive manufacture - parts pull, testing paint spaying
    • Electro-pneumatic braking on trains
    • Food Processing
    • IC manufacture - gas distribution and tools
    • Material handling
    • Paint booths
    • PCB Manufacture
    • Printing
    • Pulp and Paper mills
    • Textiles - dyeing
    • Water and Waste water treatment
    • Building Automation Control systems
    • Home Automation
  • 7. Who is Echelon?
    • Echelon is a networking company that provides a common infrastructure called L ON W ORKS for networking everyday devices
    • Echelon is the leader in networking everyday devices
      • 30,000,000 devices shipped
      • 4,000 OEMs worldwide producing >16,000 different products
      • 90+ authorized network integrators
  • 8. A LON Story
    • Local Operating Network
    • Echelon founded in 1988 by AC ‘Mike’ Markkula
      • CEO of Apple Computer
    • First Neuron chip created in 1991
    • Echelon is global
      • 200+ employees
      • Nasdaq listed ELON
      • 100+ products
    • LonTalk is an open protocol
      • ANSI/EIA
  • 9. Echelon is focused on four primary markets Building Automation Industrial Automation Home/Utility Automation Transportation Automation
  • 10. Echelon makes tools for building end-to-end solutions... Power Line & Twisted Pair Transceivers, Controllers, NICs Development Tools Network Management Software Routers, Internet Servers
  • 11.
    • The i .LON TM Internet Server family enables millions of existing L ON W ORKS products to be accessed via the Internet
    ...and for connecting everyday devices to (and over) the Internet i .LON 1000 i .LON 100 i .LON 10
  • 12. L ON W ORKS Network Design L ON W ORKS Technology Review
  • 13. Kinds of Control Algorithms
    • Master/Slave
      • a single controller making all the control decisions
      • Single point of failure
      • Difficult to expand
      • Costly to install – more wiring needed to connect sensors and actuators
      • Proprietary programming
      • Proprietary solutions
  • 14. Kinds of Control Algorithms
    • Peer-to-Peer
      • Distributed control intelligence
      • No single point of failure
      • Easy to expand and add more devices
      • Less costly wiring installation
        • No home I/O wiring runs
  • 15. Open and Independent
    • Robust, reliable, proven device networking protocol on a chip
    • Manufacturers of smart devices can get to market quickly
    • End users no longer locked into single supplier
    • Integrators can choose best of breed devices
    • LonTalk is media independent
    • LonWorks tools operate on multiple platforms
    • Multi-industry standards group ensure interoperability
  • 16. Look for the L ON M ARK Label 300+ members from 17+ countries ensuring plug-and-play operation
    • Non-profit industry association
      • Includes manufactures, integrators, application developers, and end-users
    • Establishes technical guidelines
      • Industry specific task groups
    • Promotes the L ON M ARK standard and certifies product conformance
    • Provides a resource of device information
    • Governed by board of directors made up of industry members
      • Includes sponsor members and elected representatives
      • All members have a vote
  • 17. Networking Technology
    • Allows integration of device information across network of any size including the internet
    • Requires the assignment of a logical identity for each device called the Domain/subnet/node address
      • Assigned by the network management tool
    • Allows message packets to be isolated or forwarded by intelligent LonWorks routers
  • 18. L ON W ORKS Network Elements
    • Channel
      • Media to which devices are connected
    • Device
      • Actuator, sensor, controller, or combination
      • LonMark Certified
    • Network Tool
      • Installation tool
      • Human machine interface (HMI)
    Channel Network Tool Device
  • 19. LonTalk Protocol
    • Globally recognized standard ANSI/EIA 709.1
    • Designed for control applications – not data applications
    • Includes all 7 layers of the ISO standard model for network communication
    • Implemented on the neuron chip or equal processor
    • Is media independent
    • Is an open and published standard available to anyone
    • Physical Connection
    • Media Access
    • Addressing & Routing
    • Message Service
    • Network Management
    • Network Variables
    • Neuron C Program
    Physical Media 7 Application 6 Presentation 5 Session 4 Transport 3 Network 2 Data Link 1 Physical
  • 20. Network Variables
    • The dynamic data sent or received by network devices
    • Signal-type independent – temperature, pressure, volume, flow, etc.
    • SNVT’s are standard network variable types as defined by the LonMark organization
      • Known and documented structure, size, range, etc.
    • UNVT’s are manufacturer defined
      • Tools may require resource files to document data format
  • 21. Configuration Properties
    • Define device behavior such as setpoint, high limits, throttle, etc.
    • SCPT’s are standard configuration property types as defined by the LonMark association
      • Known and documented structure, format, range, etc.
    • UCPT’s are manufacturer defined
      • Tools may require resource files to present values in a meaningful way.
  • 22. LNS  is LonWorks Network Services
    • Network management platform
    • Foundation for open & interoperable networks
    • Provides a core set of management tools and connectivity options
    • Client/Server architectures
    • Supports configuration tools from multiple vendors
    • Provides access to any point of network information from any point on the planet
  • 23. LonWorks is about Distributed Control Intelligence
    • Many small devices – sensors, actuators, controllers
      • Each containing a microprocessor that implements the LonTalk protocol
    • Each device subdivides control functionality into objects called functional blocks
      • Could be I/O, controller, or system wide functions
    • Each device sends/receives small message packets that contain control data
    • Can create large, powerful, and flexible networks across LAN’s and WAN’s
  • 24. LonWorks Network Program
    • The network image is a collection of configured devices and their associated connections (aka network variable bindings)
    • A network management tool is required to configure device behavior and to define the network variable connections
      • When the tool is finished it can go away!
    • LonWorks uses an event driven control process
  • 25. Demonstration: A Simple L ON W ORKS Network
    • Create a simple L ON W ORKS network
    • Review basic L ON W ORKS terminology
  • 26. LonWorks Architectures
  • 27. Simple Device Network
    • Devices communicate with each other directly
    • No network tool required after commissioning the devices
    • Tool is required to perform network maintenance such as adds/moves/changes or device replacement
    Portable Network Management Tool
  • 28. Local Client Applications
    • LNS database resides on same PC as the network tool
    • LNS communicates to devices via network interface hardware and/or software
      • Twisted Pair, Powerline, IP
    LNS Application and LNS Server PC LNS Application and LNS Server PC Internet
  • 29. Remote Client Applications
    • Remote client is an application that runs other than on an LNS Server PC
      • LNS Database is accessed over the network media or over IP
    • It can be attached to any L ON W ORKS channel, including a L ON W ORKS /IP channel
    • Requires the LNS Server application running at the PC where the LNS database resides
      • The LNS Server application supports up to 100 clients and 255 LNS databases opened simultaneously
    LNS Remote Client Application LNS Server PC LNS Server PC Internet LNS Remote Client Application
  • 30. Web Based Monitoring and Control Clients
    • Any PC that can support a standard web browser interface
      • Internet Explorer, Netscape, Etc.
    • Network data served up as HTML web pages from LonWorks webserver device
      • ILON100, iLon1000, Plexus, etc…
    • Can perform monitoring and control of network variables but cannot perform network management functions
    Netscape or Internet Explorer running at remote client Internet
  • 31. Internet/Intranet IP Backbone
    • Internet to LonWorks routers ( i .LONs) can be used to create one network by connecting remote locations over L ON W ORKS /IP channels
    • LNS Server is not required for day-to-day operation
    • up to 40 i .LON routers per L ON W ORKS /IP channel
    • Time server may be required to synchronize message delivery across wide area networks
    Devices in London i .LONs Intranet 1 (IP) Intranet 2 (IP) i .LONs Time Server (SNTP) Devices in Los Angeles Devices in Lisbon Devices in Hong Kong Internet
  • 32. LonWorks Topologies
  • 33. Bus Topology
    • A physical routing of the communication channel that includes a distinct beginning and end
    • Must be doubly terminated at beginning and end
    • Device to device wiring or short stubs
    • Easiest to troubleshoot
    • Difficult to expand when you need to add more devices
  • 34. Free Topologies
    • A flexible wiring structure of the communication channel that includes a ring, star, loop, or combination
    • Can have long stubs to devices and tools, tap in anywhere on the channel
    • Difficult to troubleshoot
    • Easy to expand
    • Easy to exceed media limits
    • Requires one terminator installed anywhere on the channel segment
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  • 35. Backbone Topology
    • Connects routers to a common backbone channel
    • Typically installed in a bus topology and includes mostly routers, network tools, and systemwide control devices
    • Can be high speed twisted pair – XF1250
    • Can be high speed IP channel
    • Reserves bandwidth for network tools
  • 36. Demonstration: LonWorks Architectures & Resources
    • Demonstration – LonMark website & Echelon Website
    • Demonstrate LonWorks Case Studies
    • Show product database, interoperability guidelines, SNVT/SCPT master list
  • 37.
    • L ON W ORKS Integrator Training Courses
      • Introduction to LONWORKS Systems – 1 day
      • Specifying Open Systems – 2 days
      • L ON W ORKS Network Design – 3 days
      • Using the LonMaker Integration Tool – 2 days
      • Internet Connectivity – 2 days
      • Using the iLON100 – 2 days
      • L ON W ORKS Network Troubleshooting 2 - days
    LON Training
  • 38. How and where to learn more….
    • www.echelon.com
    • www.lonmark.org
    • osa.echelon.com
    • [email_address]
    • [email_address]
  • 39. Contact Information Echelon Corporation 550 Meridian Ave. San Jose, CA 1-888-ECHELON 408-328-3800 Fax Email: [email_address] Join our New List-Service, for monthly newsletters and new course Announcements. WebSite: www.echelon.com/training Join the lively conversations on L ON W ORKS training in the “Education & Training” forum at: webserv.echelon.com
  • 40. Time for your Questions