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  • 1. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Rev 5058-CO900DProcess Skid Integration SolutionsReducing design & commissioning time, reducing riskPresented by; Greg TurnerGlobal Process OEM Segment Business ManagerJune 2013
  • 2. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Copyright © 2011 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved.2Complete Product PortfolioCopyright © 2007 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. 2Copyright © 2011 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All rights reserved. 2
  • 3. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 3Process Skid IntegrationAgendaRockwell Automation ResourcesProcess Control Applications & EquipmentApplication ExamplesCustomer Challenges / Industry TrendsRockwell Automation Process Control System
  • 4. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.The Rockwell Automation Process OEMInitiative Focused on OEMs in CPG, O&G, Mining, Water applications May or may not use DCS Some using RA or other PLCs today Facing challenges of reduced resources, challenged business climate, need for more data,easier integration, standards being enforced / required by end users and engineeringorganizations Leverages Rockwell Automation’s unique strengths True Plant Wide Control Platform Scalable & Multi-Discipline (Process, Discrete, Motion, Safety) Local Availability and Support Infrastructure Global OEM Engagement team and project management process DCS companies cannot scale down and other PLC companies cannot efficiently scale up
  • 5. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Water Treatment Booster Pumps, Chemical Storage, Effluent Pump, Hypochlorite Generator, Influent Pumps, SolidsHandling, Chlorination Systems, Coagulation, Condensing Systems, Dehumidifier, Deionization, De-Mineralization, De-Scaling, Dewatering, Digester, Distillation, Flocculation, Heat Exchangers,Humidifier, Ion Exchange, Membrane Bioreactor, Ozone, Purification, Sedimentation, UV Systems,Well and Lift Pumping StationsChanging Temperature Autoclaves, Blanchers, Bottle Washers, Burners, Clean in Place, Cookers, Direct Steam, Injection,Dryers, Freeze Dryers, Freezers, Fryers, Furnaces, Heat Exchangers, Kettles, Kilns, Lyophilizers,Ovens, Pasteurizers, Preheaters, Refrigerators, Retorts, Roasters, Scalders, Steam In Place,SterilizersChanging Pressure Compressor Systems, Condensation Systems, Fractionation, Lift Stations, Pump Stations, Recovery,Turbine Control SystemsChanging Composition Anodizing, Bioreactors, Duct Burners, Fermenters, Gasification, Neutralization, Plating, Reactor,S.C.R.s, Thermal Oxidizer, Urea SystemsCombining Agitators, Arbitration, Batch Systems, Blending, Dosing, Emulsifiers, Homogenizers, Mixing, Routing,SlurrySeparating Bag Houses, Bar Screens, Centrifuge, Chemical Separation, Chromatography, Clarifiers, Cleaners,Concentrators, Cracking, Cyclones, Distillation Column, Drying, Evaporators, Emulsifiers, Extractors,Filter Presses, Grit Removal, Membrane Filtration, Proportioners, Separators, Shakers, Sludgetreatment, Supercritical Fluid, WashersSpecialty Systems Ball Mills, Chemical Delivery, Classifiers, Coating, Enrobing, Extruders, Seasoning, Vacuum Systems,Steam TurbinesPlant Utilities & BuildingAutomationBoilers, Burner Management, CEMS, Chillers / Coolers, Co-Gen, Combustion Control, CompressorSystems, Cooling Towers, Dust Collectors / Control, Environmental Chambers, EnvironmentalMonitoring, Explosion Protection Systems, Fire and Gas Systems, HVAC, Lubrication Systems,PEMS, Pollution Control Equipment, Refrigeration, Seal water systemsProcess OEM Equipment Types byCategory / Unit5
  • 6. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.MiningWater/Waste WaterFiltrationOEM Skid Equipment ExamplesPackaged BoilersOil & Gas BioreactorsOil & GasChillers
  • 7. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 7AgendaRockwell Automation ResourcesProcess Control Applications & EquipmentApplication ExamplesCustomer Challenges / Industry TrendsRockwell Automation Process Control System
  • 8. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. End Users must leverage theirautomation investments for continuousbusiness KPI improvement Production processes must be flexibleand efficient, lowest possible cost,compliant and sustainableReturn on Assets Flexible Operations Innovative Engineering• Risk Mitigation• Time To Market• Supply Chain Efficiency• Globalizing Footprint•Sustainable Processes• Asset Efficiency• Resource Optimization• Production Intelligence• Utilization, Productivity• Quality, Yield• Decision Support• Continuous Improvement• Safety, Productivity• Total Lifecycle cost• Global/ Local StandardsEnd User Challenges
  • 9. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Equipment Builders are challenged to meet enduser needs by incorporating rapidly evolvingtechnology To achieve success, OEMs must differentiatethemselves while maintaining aggressive pricing.• Commissioning• Global Service & Support• Safety, Reliability &Quality• Machine PerformanceDesign• Design Productivity• Extensible Engineering• Scalability• Global Standards• Risk Assessment• Design for SustainabilityDevelop Deliver• Time to Market• Supply Chain Efficiency• Safe, Flexible EquipmentModels• Simplified Integration• Design OptimizationOEM Challenges9
  • 10. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Automation Trends “More process plants being built and delivered on skids than in situ” - ARC Reduces time to market Leverages specific application expertise of multiple vendors But, end result can still be islands of automation and disjointedoperator experience Customers claim that integration of skids can reach 50-70% of project cost( RA CAB) More data required from the equipment to provide decision supportinformation for the plant
  • 11. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.End User Trends Ongoing sustainability / Process efficiency Reducing Water, Air, Gas, Electricity, & Steam consumption Using less raw material & improving yield Producing wider offerings to their customers Scalable outputs / Flexible processes Shifting to modular, skid-based plants Shorten start-up time Reduce Skid Integration Costs Consistency from Plant to Plant Ability to easily move equipmentInter or Intra facility Shrinking Engineering Staffs Attrition of knowledgeable staff Lean engineering & support workforce Difficulty in finding resources to support equipment Cost and availability of Spares Maintenance & Engineering Staff and System Integrators11
  • 12. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.OEM Trends Modular Equipment Skid based equipment / Self contained control system FAT/SAT conducted prior to site installation Design Flexibility & Productivity Equipment meets current & future requirements Consistency across platforms Fit for purpose vs One size fits all Reusable Libraries / Objects Remote Access & Support Access to operational data Diagnosis and troubleshooting Plug & Play equipment,including remedial servicing Equipment Automation Consistent production outputs Intelligent equipment vs. Operator “fine tuning”12
  • 13. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 13AgendaRockwell Automation ResourcesApplication ExamplesRockwell Automation Process Control SystemCustomer Challenges / Industry TrendsProcess Control Applications & Equipment
  • 14. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Traditional DCS and Process SkidIntegration is expensive and painful14• Ethernet? Which One?• Modbus? Which One?• OPC? OPC Mirror? Zone?• Fast Enough? (<100ms)• Have to re-map all data to my plant database?• Who will be responsible for the skid apps?• Common security?• TIC103 = TIC103?• FV150 = v78H?• AI = PC_AI?But I cannothave 2Professional+stations?
  • 15. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Costs of Skid Integration on legacy DCS15 Creation of custom data mappings in Logix and legacy DCS Additional software/hardware to create the interface, either an OPCsolution or custom interface module requiring separate programmingeffort Often require additional licensing on the DCS side Recreation of displays on the DCS, writing other interface code onboth the PLC and DCS, aligning security settings, etc. Each interface is custom, resulting in greater risk and a higherpremium for services Changes difficult, as it requires implementation on two disparatesystems (plant & skid) and additional integration work
  • 16. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Customer Voice Archer Daniels Midland Colorado Springs Utilities Dupont Gerrie Process Group Industrial Furnace Company JNE Automation Kimberly Clark Kraft Foods Pacific Gas and Electric Pfizer Premier Systems Integrators Procter & Gamble Shell Global SolutionsRepresents a broad base of customers andindustries:Process Customer Advisor Board (CAB) directs the success of theProcess Solution User Group (PSUG)Over 500 customers vote annually onPlantPAx system development direction and features
  • 17. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.A History of Continuous Innovation17172005 2011Integrated Architecture• Multi-disciplined control• System Scalability• Plant-Wide Optimization• Characterized Performance• PlantPAx Library• Batch Reporting & Analysis2009 2013System Release 2.0• High Availability• Device Integration• Design Productivity• Scalable Sequencing• Operations ProductivitySystem Release 3.0• Virtualization Adoption• System Architectures• Project Implementation• Operator EffectivenessNew release extends system scalability, streamlines project implementation, andenables operator focus on the process for improved productivity and safety
  • 18. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.PlantPAx Process Automation System Scalable high availability throughout thearchitecture Protect only what you need without over-investing Focused not only on availability and uptime, but alsomaintainability Information-based solution for operationsproductivity Decision support, production analysis, and optimization driveprofitability Plant-wide control, performance tuned for processapplications Standards-based architecture enables multi-disciplined control Extends EtherNet/IP as control backbonePlantPAx: Plant-wide optimization solutionfor the process industries18PlantPAx: Plant-wide optimization solutionfor end users & plant operators
  • 19. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.PlantPAx Process Automation System PlantPAx equipment solutions quickly & easily integrate into thePlant Control System Integrated Architecture System - Premier Integrationof power, control, safety and networks Product life cycle longevity of off-the-shelf components Networking capabilities meet applicationdemands including: Synchronization (Sequencing of Events) Remote Diagnostics, monitoring and programming via EtherNet/IP Stratix EtherNet/IP Switch capability Solutions from our PartnerNetwork specialists Instrumentation – Endress & Hauser Solution Providers – EPC Firms and Systems Integrators Encompass Partners – Products/Components that enhance theplatform Global Support/Network of Technical ConsultantsPlantPAx: Scalable equipment control & informationplatform for OEMs19
  • 20. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Scalable Platform:PlantPAxProcess Skids• Small, self-contained systems that aretested prior to shipment and easilyintegrated into overall production facilityPlantPAx Process Automation System• Scalable architecture from small single unit to large multi area applications• Easily integrate systems across the plant, mill or manufacturing facility withone architectureUser defined Systems Small to large Distributed PlantPAx SystemsSingle Server /Single ClientSingle Server / Multi Client(Process Area)Multi Server / Multi ClientFor Large applications(Multi Area/ Plant)Local HMI, SCADA(OEM Machine, Balance ofPlant, etc) Small processapplications(Process Unit)Medium sized processapplications (Process Unit)OR
  • 21. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Skid Integration on PlantPAx System21 Skids use same underlying technology, Logix and View, as PlantPAxSystem Controller can be added to distributed system, participates natively both atthe skid level and on the PlantPAx System If PanelView is used, displays can be simply ported to distributed system reduces cost by 2/3 as compared to traditional DCS Rockwell works with equipment builders to go further to achieve consistentuser experience including integrated alarming using the pre-built libraries
  • 22. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Typical Process Skid Control Architecture
  • 23. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.PlantPAx simplifies Process SkidIntegration23EtherNet/IP• EtherNet/IP backbone• No data remapping• With the speed of MSG orProduce/Consume• Skid Application isuntouched• Common security• One object for local OIand central Control RoomHMI• Standard (the same) forall SIs and OEMs
  • 24. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Logix Batch & Sequence Manager has been designed to enable skid-based equipment to be developed, tested, and delivered as a fullyfunctioning stand-alone solution. As required, it can seamlesslyintegrate into a larger, plant-wide control system.Scalable:Batch SolutionLogix Batch & Sequence Manager
  • 25. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Logix Batch & Sequence Manager Batching Skid-based process control Single stand-alone mixers, blenders, reactors Multiple, independent batching vessels Sequencing Equipment sequencing applications Continuous process startup/shutdown Cleaning (CIP) SkidsLogix Batch & Sequence Manager can be used in both batch applicationsas well as equipment sequencing activities
  • 26. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.ControlLogix®CompactLogix™Factory Talk®View SEFactory TalkView MELogix Batch & Sequence ManagerController-Based Sequence Management and Procedural ControlSince the application is built using standard capabilities of the Logix andView platforms, it provides a common way to configure, control, andvisualize the process across platforms.Common Platform
  • 27. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Process Efficiency:Advanced Process ControlReal-time OptimizationSupervisory ModelPredictive ControlNonlinear Multivariable ControlLinear Multivariable ControlInferential SensorsAdvanced RegulatoryControlRegulatory ControlIncreasingEffort&IncreasingValueOEMFocusedPlantPAxDynamic MPCPlantPAx Fuzzy DesignerPlantPAx Model BuilderRockwellDeliveredLogix IMC, CC, MMCLogix PID, PIDE, AOIWhy APC: Improve yield, increase throughput, reduce costs, improve qualityWhy Rockwell Automation: Scalable to meet a wide range of process requirements
  • 28. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. When process variation is “too high” And we know from experience or data that smarter control actions willreduce variation And we know that reduced variation will produce economic benefits When operator actions directly influence variation,performance Key decisions are made on lab sample results, periodically, infrequently Measured conditions are visible to operator, however, not accounted forin controls When process is “difficult to control” Control action sensitivity changes with operating conditions Conditions change frequently Lengthy response time to control actions When “in spec” is not good enough Stay is spec while minimizing cost Optimize process performanceWhen to use Advanced ProcessControl?
  • 29. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Portfolio of Advanced ControlsRegulateOptimizeControlPredictSingleLoopSingleLoopMultipleLoopsMultipleLoopsProcess Unit -InferentialsProcess Unit -InferentialsMultipleUnitsMultipleUnitsPlant-wideMPCPlant-wideMPCValue-AddAreaAreaSpanofControl
  • 30. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Design Productivity: modularity usingAdd On Instructions (AOI)Benefits to using Add-On Instructions: Reuse code AOI’s promote consistency, incorporate logic that is usedmultiple times in to make it modular Provide an easier to understand interface Reduce documentation development time through automatically generating instruction help. Protect intellectual property Encapsulate proprietary logic inside AOI, then use Source Protection to prevent others fromviewing or changing your code.30Create new instructions for sets of commonly-used logic, provide acommon interface to this logic, and documentationAdd-On Instructions are tools for building a modularsoftware program
  • 31. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Design Productivity:Reusable Process Library Suite of Control & HMIobjects to accelerate projectengineering Built-in troubleshootingfeatures Fully documented &supported by RockwellAutomationTech SupportPlantPAx StandardLibrary“Out of the box”
  • 32. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.The Process Library Add-On Instructions for Logix Graphic Symbols andFaceplate Displays forFactory Talk View (SE or ME) For a variety of valves,motors, pumps, drives, inputs,outputs and other devices Supporting instructions formodes, alarms, permissives,interlocks, statistics Reference Manuals Supported by Tech Support
  • 33. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.The Process Library Instructions, Graphics and Faceplates for numerous devices, plus their modes,alarms, interlocks, permissives, statistics, etc.• Motors– Single Speed– Two Speed– Reversing– Variable Speed– Hand Operated• Valves– Single Solenoid– Motor Operated– Hand Operated– Mix-Proof– Analog Control• Interlocks, Permissives• Modes, Alarms, Reset• Tank Strapping Table• Analog Fanout• P/T Comp. Flow• Discrete Devices– Single Input– Single Output– 2-, 3- or 4-State– n-Position (up to 8)– Discrete Logic• Analog Inputs– Single Basic– Single Advanced– Dual Sensor– Multiple (up to 8)• Analog Output• Dosing– With Flowmeter– With Weigh Scale• Statistics– Motor Run Times/Counts– Valve Stroke Times/Counts
  • 34. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Process Library features Tested instructions which model real devices Including simulation of devices for operator training, strategy testing Consistent modes of operation Avoid operator confusion Assist maintenance without having to open logic Consistent interfaces between objects Modular design eases construction of complex control strategies Consistent user interface Standards-based HMI emphasizes abnormal conditions Color palette tool to align HMI objects with your color standardsReduced development and maintenance time
  • 35. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Process Library Key Benefits Optimize & reuse machine design – Improve machine flexibility with modular programming techniques Eliminate the need to do similar labor intensive work to developbasic individual equipment control elements Maximize design productivity with extensible engineering Comprehensive functions fulfill automation requirement of most industryapplications Enables standardized programming
  • 36. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Process Library 2.0: Above items,Plus New Instructions and Functions• Multiple Analog Input (up to8 sensors for 1 PV)• Discrete 2-, 3-, or 4-StateDevice (fully configurable)• Mix-Proof Valve (configurablefor seat lift and CIP/SIPstates)• Multi-position Device (up to 8positions, linear or circular)• Analog Fanout (one CV to upto 8 secondaries, handlessplit-range)• Discrete Output• Discrete Logic with Snapshot(up to 8 inputs, 8 gates)• 2-State Valve Statistics(stroke times and counts)• Tank Strapping Table• Analog / Pulsed Control Valvewith Position Feedback• Updates to existing Dosinginstructions for equipmentfeedback monitoring• Logix Task Monitor• Redundant ControllersMonitor• Pressure / TemperatureCompensator (ideal gas)• Steam Table Instructions:Saturation curve –Given T, provide PsatGiven P, provide TsatFull five-region ASME table:Given P and T, provideEnthalpy, Entropy andSpecific Volume• Logix V18 or later• FactoryTalk View SE and ME V6.0 or laterExtending general library• Enumerations and typeinformation forHistorian, VantagePointPower Gen. Basic Phase 1System DiagnosticsInterface to ProcessInformation SoftwareCompatibility
  • 37. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Design Productivity:Add On Profiles Add devices directly from RSLogix 5000 design environment Use text based Electronic Data Sheets Provides configuration, input, andoutput tags, and configuration screens37Fully configured profiles for devices you plan to integrate into a Logixbased processor. These configurations are graphical in nature andcreate the structure (tags) used to communicate to the device.Easily integrate EtherNet/IP devices into Logix
  • 38. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.PowerFlexFamily of Low Voltage DrivesPowerPerformanceCompactStandardPremium38 PowerFlex drives meet worldwide standards out of-the-box, achieving EMC, global voltage and safety requirements.All PowerFlex drives offer commonality in networks, operator interface and programming — factors that significantlycontribute to ease-of-use and faster application start-up. PowerFlex Compact drives offer ‘right-priced’ motor control for machine-level and stand-aloneapplications (PowerFlex 4, 4M, 40, 40P) PowerFlex Standard drives are designed for application flexibility and control system integration(PowerFlex 400, 70, 700, 753 ) PowerFlex Premium drives are designed for advanced applicationswith tight control system integration and extended Power Ranges(PowerFlex 700L, 700H, 700S, 755 )
  • 39. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Flexibility:Logix Controllers for Process ControlL23E L35E L62 L63 L72 L73 L74User Memory, MB 0.5 1.5 4 8 4 8 16Total I/O recommended , max* 80 250 750 1500 750 1500 2250Number of defined tags, max** 4000 12800 31250 62500 31250 62500 112500Recommended Loop CS, max*** 10 30 125 250 125 250 450Loop CS @ 250ms, max 10 30 125 125 125 250 250Loop CS @ 500ms, max 10 30 125 250 125 250 450Tags/sec delivered to DataServers****3K 3K 10K 10K 20K 20K 20K* Total I/O include all I/O channels delivered through I/O modules, network bridges and process instruments** Recommended number of tags is application dependent*** Representative PID loop control strategy: 1 AIN, 1PIDE, 1AOUT, 8 Logic/Math instructions, 22 Alarms (using PlantPAx Objects)**** Numbers provided for RSLinx Enterprise 5.30 (10K/sec per instance of Data Server)
  • 40. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Simplified Integration: Endress+Hauserand RA Strategic Alliance The Alliance brings together two independent companies withhigh quality offerings and solutions Interoperability between products Preferred Integration is the goal40
  • 41. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.VSE discovers end-customer technical issues before the customerdoesVSE automates routine manual support tasks decreasing MeanTime To Repair• The Virtual Support Engineer is the equivalent of staffing your bestsupport engineer at every end-customer site on a continuous basis− Alerting− Collecting− Detecting− Distributing− Fixing− Monitoring− Preventing− ReportingRemote Access & SupportTechConnect Virtual Support EngineerVSE predicts end-customer technical issues enabling thecustomer to prevent themVSE provides automated collection of data for reporting andPremium Services Sales41
  • 42. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 42TechConnectVirtual Support Engineer (VSE) Simple and Secure Connectivity OEM can connect to their equipment from anyinternet connection Secure Socket Layer No inbound packet transfer Real-time Alarming Alarms delivered via email or text message Alarms can go to end user, equipment builder orRemote Applications Engineer Data Collection & Analytics Scalable, Low-Cost Solution Small footprint, din rail mounted Remotely Configurable Application Embedded Help
  • 43. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Reduced Downtime:Automatic Device Configuration (ADC)Reduce Downtime when replacing a drive Configure you Logix system to automatically download a “large” device’s configuration -typically after it has been replaced Device configuration data exists in the ACD file and has to be manuallydownloaded in v16-v19 by the user via the AOP of the respective device Works with Firmware Supervisor, which flashes the drive and/or peripherals if desiredfor the applicationEtherNet/IP2:00 AM scenarioFlashConfigurationCurrent support onPowerFlex 755 driveson EtherNet/IP43
  • 44. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.• Assist with system definition andprocurement• Ties in with Process System Estimator tooland Characterization• Defines how to select system for optimalperformancePlantPAx Reference ManualPlantPAx Selection Guide• Concentrates on the implementationrecommendations that apply to allPlantPAx Systems• Defines how to configure a systemfor optimal performancePlantPAx Reference Manual
  • 45. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Reliability & Performance:PlantPAx System Characterization Critical System Attributes Display Update: < 1 sec Steady State Alarms: > 20/sec Alarm Burst: < 3 sec/1000 alarms Alarm Resolution: 1 sec timestamp Keyboard Entry: < 1 sec to controller Control Loop Closure: <100msec Distributed System - Tested Process Areas: 4 Clients: 32 Control Loops: 6000 Controllers: 50 Points: 50,000 Alarms: 80,000∑ Components+Critical System Attributes +Testing=System Performance
  • 46. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 46AgendaRockwell Automation ResourcesApplication Examples (to be provided)Rockwell Automation Process Control SystemCustomer Challenges / Industry TrendsProcess Control Applications & Equipment
  • 47. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 47AgendaRockwell Automation ResourcesApplication ExamplesRockwell Automation Process Control SystemCustomer Challenges / Industry TrendsProcess Control Applications & Equipment
  • 48. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Services & SupportGlobal Support. Local Address. Peace of Mind.Optimize PlantAssetsMaximizeProductivityImproveFinancialPerformance80 Countries I 20 Languages I 6 Remote Support CentersI 10 Remanufacturing DepotsI 9 Exchange HubsI Average 13+ Years ExperienceMeet Your Everyday Technical NeedsOnline & Phone SupportTraining ServicesOnSite ServicesRepair ServicesMaximize Your Automation InvestmentMRO Asset ManagementSafety ServicesEnergy ServicesNetwork & Security ServicesLegacy System Migration PlansLegacy System Migration Turn-Key Projects
  • 49. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Global Solutions OrganizationProcess Plant Solutions FocusSpecializing in:– Turnkey Modular Process Facilities & Skids– High Containment Facilities– Distillation and Abatement Plant– Pharmaceutical Processes– Solvent Recovery / Regeneration– Energy Monitoring & TargetingGeneral Services– Front End Studies– Budget Development & ROI Studies– Basic & Detailed Design– HAZOP’s– SILAssessments, HAC Studies– Process Simulations (AspenPlus®)– Pressure Vessel & Pipe Design– Control Panel Design, Build & Test
  • 50. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.OEM Program50 Part of Rockwell Automation’s PartnerNetwork Program Capitalize on business opportunities and turncommercial partnering into a collective competitive advantage Collaborate and leverage joint market position and technical capabilities Increase new business opportunities Increase market awareness Expand into new market sectors Improve technical competency and functionalexcellence in applying Rockwell Automation products
  • 51. Copyright © 2013 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.Rev 5058-CO900DQuestions?
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