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Reducing Electrical Control Panel Size

  1. 1. Welcome to PHOENIX CONTACT Reducing Overall System Costs Stephen Doninger Darla Petrosius
  2. 2. Concept Overview Reduction of cost Panel space savings Labor savings Reduced wiring errors Ease of troubleshooting
  3. 3. Old style Control Panel New style Control Panel
  4. 4. FTA’s: VARIOFACE Professional  Why use field termination assemblies?  Bridge between the control level and field level  Terminal blocks with high density connections Ribbon Cable D-Sub High Density Power Distribution D-Sub Module
  5. 5. VARIOFACE Professional  Power distribution modules (PDM’s) and power supplies
  6. 6. VARIOFACE Professional  System Cabling Solutions  Professional Grade Interface Modules  Industrial, Over-Molded Ribbon Cables  Elimination of wiring errors
  7. 7. VARIOFACE Professional Complete Systems Cabling Components: Interface System Cable Module Plug Adapter
  8. 8. Systems Cabling Reduction of Assembly time Connecting 32 I/O Signal points Single point termination PLC Systems Cabling - cut - Simply plug - strip it in ! - terminate Less than a minute per Signal 2 minutes for 32 Signals 50 minutes for Reduction of 32 Signals more than 90 %
  9. 9. Systems Cabling Reduction of Space Area for 32 I/O Signal points Single point termination PLC Systems Cabling - Terminal Blocks 13 - Module 12 - Fuse Blocks 30 - Module 35 - Relays 66 - Module 42 - Relay + Fuse 281 - Module 102 All numbers in Reduction of up to Square Inches 50 % space
  10. 10. Some PLC Cabling systems we support
  11. 11. INTERFACE Relay
  12. 12. High Density Packaging Only 6.2mm Wide! 7 to 1 Space Savings Vs. Octal Socket Style Relays 4 to 1 Space Savings Vs. “Ice Cube” Style Relays
  13. 13. Integrated Input Circuitry LED indicator Inductive kickback diode Polarity protection diode
  14. 14. Snap-in Bridge System reduces labor
  15. 15. PLC Relay – Quick Connection System
  16. 16. FEATURES AND BENEFITS: TERMINAL BLOCK AND RELAY ALL-IN-ONE optimal pluggable, Sensor application series Actuator narrow Universal safe snap-in bridge isolation DIN system VDE 0106-101 I O high switching IP 67 power 250 V AC/6 A integrated circuitry
  17. 17. Mini Analog: Why use signal conditioners •Improve signal isolation from EMI/RFI sources •Stronger amplification of weaker transmitter signals •Boost signal strength to support several devices on the process control loop •Signal linearization •Universal configuration •Signal level matching •Ground loop isolation
  18. 18. Mini Analog Signal Conditioners MINI Analog – 43 functional modules
  19. 19. Power bridging - T-Bus Connector  Less wiring  Fast installation  The modules are hot swappable! Saves time and money!
  20. 20. The Innovation Continues! MINI Analog V8 Adapter MINI MCR-SL-V8-FLK 16-A P/N 2811268  Connects to 8 MINI MCR analog Current modules  And 16 position system cabling  Approvals: CE, ATEX nA, UL, UL-EX Not to be used with Analog voltage modules
  21. 21. MINI Analog System Cabling New system-cable with open ends  Ferruled  Marked 1-16 Flexible connection to different PLC’S !!
  22. 22. INTERFACE Analog Why use MINI Analog? Only 6.2mm wide Efficient power circuit T-Bus power Quick Cabling System connection system Rugged Design Screw and Spring Specs and connection approvals Dip Switch configurable
  23. 23. Motor Starter Basics: IEC Contactor + Overload Relay = Motor Starter
  24. 24. Motor Starter Basics  IEC Vs NEMA Contactor + Overload Relay = Motor Starter
  25. 25. “4 in1” Time Savings Over Contactors E-stop Contactors Reversing Contactors Overload Relay
  26. 26. INTERFACE Starters: CONTACTRON Combination of fast, wear free Solid State & EM Relays (Hybrid) and Motor Overload relay •Input 19.2 to 30Vdc 85 to 253Vac Surge/polarity protected •Output 42 to 550Vac 2A or 9A outputs Surge current 100A for 10mS Average output rating of 4KW or 5HP power factor dependent. Surge protected Leakage current = 0mA
  27. 27. INTERFACE Starters Why use the 4-in-1 instead of other electromechanical starters? = + + Reversing Overload E Stop 4-in-1 Relay Contactor Contactor • Panel space – 75% space savings • Wiring time – 75% labor savings • Long lifetime – 40 year; 30 million cycles • Price – more cost effective compared to multiple components
  28. 28. Power Distribution CLIPLINE-UT 6-TMC M Circuit Breakers •.5A – 16A Flexible marking options •UL 1077 •240Vac; 28Vdc Patented FBS push-in bridging
  29. 29. INTERFACE Power * QUINT SFB Power Supply Family
  30. 30. QUINT SFB Selective FuseBreaking Technology Large output voltage range Preventive function monitoring ++--- 3rd minus terminal block Slim design
  31. 31. QUINT SFB – Power Boost for cost savings Uout Output voltage and output [V] current monitoring Uout IOUT > IN 0.9 x Uout UOUT < 0.9 UN Nominal POWER load BOOST IN n x IN Iout [A] Overload
  32. 32. INTERFACE Power Why SFB Technology? Reduced downtime 6x nominal current for 12 milliseconds = power integrity on the DC bus
  33. 33. Protect What You Install!!! * QUINT SFB Power Supply Family
  34. 34. Increase Power Supply Warranty!!! Use this with this and get a 5 year extended warranty
  35. 35. Technical Documentation on Web  Extend Power Supply Warranty  5 years Unconditional  Landing page on web  Download Application Note
  36. 36. Lean Managed Switch – All the function without all the cost  SNMP v1,2  RSTP  Web Server Configuration  Alarm Contact  Redundant Power Connection  Ext. Temp: -40 to 75 deg C  “-E” Version  IGMP Snooping Default On  Fiber options available
  37. 37. Lean Managed Switch  IPAssign Tool: Free download from our website
  38. 38. Standard Function Narrow (SFN) Unmanaged Switches:  Easy to Apply  Wide Range: 5 & 8 Port versions  Complete Fiber/Copper Options  SC & ST Fiber Connector options  Unique Performance & Security Options  Quality of Service Prioritization  Physical Port Security  Affordable Gigabit Options  Extended Temperature variants
  39. 39. SFNT Wide Temperature Switch Reliability under Extreme Environmental Conditions  Wide temperature range : -40°C to +75°C  Increased Noise Immunity: Exceeds IEC 61000-4  Superior Shock/Vibration: 25G/5G
  40. 40. SFN Gigabit Performance Update:  SFN Gigabit Switches support Jumbo Frames!  Typical Applications:  Cameras  Machine Vision
  41. 41. RJ45 Quickon Connector Worlds Fastest RJ45 Connection
  42. 42. FIELD-WIREABLE M12 CONNECTOR • Two piece connection system • No stripping of the wires • Connection in less than one minute • IP 65/67 • Two versions: #22 - #18 AWG & #26 - #22 AWG • Available with either metal or plastic coupling nut Fast Connection Technology!!
  43. 43. Through-Panel Connections: Machine or Device Connections Traditional Phoenix Contact
  44. 44. INDUSTRIAL PLUG CONNECTOR: Remove the base; remove the cost  Standard rectangular housing  Eliminate base component  Save on average 30-35%  IP 65/67/69K  Additional wiring space  Heavycon Advanced
  45. 45. Machine or Device Connections Modular System  Modular connection system integrating power, signal & pneumatics into hood/base  From 2 to12 modules in one plug connector system.  One cut-out necessary
  46. 46. Why Wireless?...
  47. 47. Benefits of Wireless in Industrial Applications  Lower installation costs (than wired solutions)  Labor savings  Permits and delays  Material cost  Faster installation vs. traditional cabling  More application flexibility  Offer an alternative to wiring harnesses and slip rings that could wear out on moving devices  Provide monitoring and control of “stranded” devices in remote locations
  48. 48. What can wireless do for you? Find out more by attending the training class – Tuesday and Wednesday; 10:30 -12:00pm  License vs. Unlicensed  ISM Bands  Wi-Fi  900 MHz Proprietary  UHF Radios  GSM/GPRS Cell Phone  Antennas & accessories
  49. 49. Welcome to PHOENIX CONTACT Thank you

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