Pushing the Envelope with
Machine Automation
Controllers (MAC)

Confidential © Omron

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Omron Automation and Safety
Webcast Panelists –
Shawn Adams
Director of Marketing

Miguel Mercedes
Key Accounts Manager

C...
Cross-Core Technology, Inc.
Webcast Panelists –
Wally Lowe
Founder & President

Bill Strater
Director of Engineering

Conf...
MTS Medication Technologies
Webcast Panelists –
Mark Sweet
Controls Engineer, Packaging Automation

Jason Stebbins
Control...
MAC – A New Category in Controls
Machine Automation Controller

Whitepaper
“Evolution in
Motion”

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MAC Recap
• Expansion of the controller concept
— PLCs, PACs, Safety Integrated
• Increased controller abilities follow in...
A New Platform for Machine Control

ONE Controller

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ONE Connection

ONE Software
MAC Recap
• MAC comparisons to existing
controllers
• System synchronization when
controlling up to 64 axes with a
single ...
Omron Sysmac NJ-Series
Reflections of the Revolution

Shawn Adams
Director of Marketing
Omron Automation & Safety

Confide...
Scope of Launch Update – What’s NEW!

Sysmac Studio

NJ5 CPU

NJ3 CPU

16, 32, 64 axis

4 & 8 Axis

v1.02

E3X-HD
Fiber Se...
Scalable Automation Controller
Sysmac NJ-Series
• NJ5 and NJ3 CPU

• Scalable
◦ Memory
◦ Speed

◦ Axis Count
Part
number

...
VOICE

Voice Of Innovative Customers Executing

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MTS Medication Technologies
Webcast Panelists –
Mark Sweet
Controls Engineer, Packaging Automation

Jason Stebbins
Control...
MTS Medication Technologies Vital Statistics

• Industry: Pharmaceutical
• Customer Type: OEM, St. Petersburg, FL USA

• D...
MTS Partnerships

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MTS Medication Technologies

Accuflex
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MTS Medication Technologies
International Availability

Programming Environment

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MTS Medication Technologies
Hardware and Features

Support and Help

Confidential © Omron

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MTS Medication Technologies
Integration and Communications

Confidential © Omron

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MTS Medication Technologies
Enterprise
Level

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Machine Level
MTS Medication Technologies

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MTS Medication Technologies

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MTS Medication Technologies

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MTS Medication Technologies

OR
Select Hardware with
Sync w/ Hardware
No Prior Knowledge

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MTS Medication Technologies
Create Tags
Automatically

Toolbox includes all
functions and FB

Mix IEC Ladder and
Structure...
MTS Medication Technologies

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MTS Medication Technologies
One Real-time Network enables
Faster, Simpler, Smarter Machines
One Factory Network
For Inform...
What is

?

1.

EtherCAT (Ethernet for Control Automation Technology)

2.

EtherCAT is an open Ethernet-based fieldbus sta...
MTS Medication Technologies
• Fast, reliable, Ethernet
based system driven by
industry needs
• 1µs repeatability from
dist...
MTS Medication Technologies
• EtherCAT: The Fieldbus Network
◦ Fast and efficient
 Processing On-The-Fly
 Suitable for s...
MTS Medication Technologies
• Industrial tough EtherNet/IP driven by
industry needs
• Open network connectivity ensures
al...
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MTS Medication Technologies

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.
Webcast Panelists –
Wally Lowe
Founder & President

Bill Strater
Director of Engineering

Conf...
Cross-Core Technology Vital Statistics
• Industry: Printing
• Customer Type: OEM, US Florida
• Distributor: Cross Automati...
Cross-Core Technology Partnerships

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Machine Output

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

Previous Machine Design
Shawn ask Qs – Cross-Core answers
Confidential © Omron

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New ‘NJ-based’ Machine

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.
• New NJ-5 Based
Architecture
• Planning to release
to customers
Summer 2012

Confidential © O...
Cross-Core Technology, Inc.
CPU: Compact unit with Atom Intel CPU 1.66GHz,
fan-less cooling, embedded real-time OS,
quick ...
Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

NJ-5

AC Inverters on
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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.
(2) TJ2 (4, 16, or 64 axes)

Trajexia / Mechatrolink II
Architecture

16 servo in 1 ms

Mechat...
Cross-Core Technology, Inc.
Performance

X-STREAM

NJ5 EtherCAT

NJ3 EtherCAT

MAINSTREAM

MOTION

LEAN

MX2 with
flow cha...
Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

Confidential © Omron

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

Panel Layout – Future Proof
Confidential © Omron

48
Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

Confidential © Omron

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

Operator I/F Screen Examples
Confidential © Omron

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

Confidential © Omron

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

 Bright & Clear
 Scalability
 Troubleshooting



Confidential © Omron

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5.7”-15”


Cross-Core Technology, Inc.
Troubleshooting Before…

Confidential © Omron

53
Cross-Core Technology, Inc.
Troubleshooting with
NJ Troubleshooter

NS-Series
HMI

Confidential © Omron

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

In-Feed Detail

Confidential © Omron

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

Print Head Detail

Confidential © Omron

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

A True Integrated Development Environment
Confidential © Omron

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

Confidential © Omron

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

Inspection Detail
Confidential © Omron

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

Nearing Production Launch

Confidential © Omron

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Cross-Core Technology, Inc.

“Every success is a direct
result of uncompromised
teamwork”
Wally Lowe
Founder & President
C...
Questions
Shawn Adams

Wally Lowe

Director of Marketing

Founder & President

Miguel Mercedes

Bill Strater

Key Accounts...
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Since last October’s launch of its innovative, new class of automation technology—the NJ-Series Machine Automation Controller (MAC)—Omron has seen the successful implementation of this revolutionary product into several customer operations. Through this one-hour webcast, we share the experiences and outcomes of these pioneering companies who took the MAC for a spin and used it in their daily production.
Watch the live webcast to:
- Hear first-hand, real-life experiences, challenges, solutions and successes from Omron MAC customers
- Find out what first attracted them to Omron and what the key selling point was that made them choose the MAC as their solution
- Ask questions, share your insight and be part of the discussion

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Pushing the Envelope with Machine Automation Controllers (MAC)

  1. 1. Pushing the Envelope with Machine Automation Controllers (MAC) Confidential © Omron 1
  2. 2. Omron Automation and Safety Webcast Panelists – Shawn Adams Director of Marketing Miguel Mercedes Key Accounts Manager Confidential © Omron 2
  3. 3. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Webcast Panelists – Wally Lowe Founder & President Bill Strater Director of Engineering Confidential © Omron 3
  4. 4. MTS Medication Technologies Webcast Panelists – Mark Sweet Controls Engineer, Packaging Automation Jason Stebbins Controls Engineer, Packaging Automation Lonnie West Senior Software Engineer, Packaging Automation Confidential © Omron 4
  5. 5. MAC – A New Category in Controls Machine Automation Controller Whitepaper “Evolution in Motion” Confidential © Omron 5
  6. 6. MAC Recap • Expansion of the controller concept — PLCs, PACs, Safety Integrated • Increased controller abilities follow increases in processor technology • Role of Machine Automation Controllers (MAC) Confidential © Omron 6
  7. 7. A New Platform for Machine Control ONE Controller Confidential © Omron 7 ONE Connection ONE Software
  8. 8. MAC Recap • MAC comparisons to existing controllers • System synchronization when controlling up to 64 axes with a single MAC • MAC applications in robotics, packaging and material handling Confidential © Omron 8
  9. 9. Omron Sysmac NJ-Series Reflections of the Revolution Shawn Adams Director of Marketing Omron Automation & Safety Confidential © Omron 9
  10. 10. Scope of Launch Update – What’s NEW! Sysmac Studio NJ5 CPU NJ3 CPU 16, 32, 64 axis 4 & 8 Axis v1.02 E3X-HD Fiber Sensors Confidential © Omron 10 More 3rd Party ECAT Expanded I/O Module Offering
  11. 11. Scalable Automation Controller Sysmac NJ-Series • NJ5 and NJ3 CPU • Scalable ◦ Memory ◦ Speed ◦ Axis Count Part number Max. no. of Axes CPU Speed (min scan time) Instruction Execution Time Ladder / Lreal CAM Total points / tables NJ301-1100 4 600 MHz NJ301-1200 8 (1msec) 3.0 / 42 nsec 262k / 160 NJ501-1300 32 NJ501-1500 Memory capacity for variables*1 16 NJ501-1400 Program capacity 64 1.6 GHz (0.5msec) 1.9 / 26 nsec 1M / 640 *1 retained during Confidential © Omron 11 5 MB (100k steps) 2 MB: not retained 0.5 MB: retained 20 MB (400k steps) 4 MB: Not retained 2 MB: Retained power interruption
  12. 12. VOICE Voice Of Innovative Customers Executing Confidential © Omron 12
  13. 13. Confidential © Omron 13
  14. 14. MTS Medication Technologies Webcast Panelists – Mark Sweet Controls Engineer, Packaging Automation Jason Stebbins Controls Engineer, Packaging Automation Lonnie West Senior Software Engineer, Packaging Automation Confidential © Omron 14
  15. 15. MTS Medication Technologies Vital Statistics • Industry: Pharmaceutical • Customer Type: OEM, St. Petersburg, FL USA • Distributor: AA Electric • Application: Automated Medication Packaging Machines, blisterpack, X-Y pick-n-place and indexing motion type. • Website: www.mts-mt.com/pharmacy/equipmentautomation/automation/ • Automation Suppliers: Yaskawa, Rockwell/AB, Siemens, Beckhoff, Mitsubishi Confidential © Omron 15
  16. 16. MTS Partnerships Confidential © Omron 16
  17. 17. MTS Medication Technologies Accuflex Confidential © Omron 17
  18. 18. MTS Medication Technologies International Availability Programming Environment Confidential © Omron 18
  19. 19. MTS Medication Technologies Hardware and Features Support and Help Confidential © Omron 19
  20. 20. MTS Medication Technologies Integration and Communications Confidential © Omron 20
  21. 21. MTS Medication Technologies Enterprise Level Confidential © Omron 21 Machine Level
  22. 22. MTS Medication Technologies Confidential © Omron 22
  23. 23. MTS Medication Technologies Confidential © Omron 23
  24. 24. MTS Medication Technologies Confidential © Omron 24
  25. 25. Confidential © Omron 25
  26. 26. MTS Medication Technologies OR Select Hardware with Sync w/ Hardware No Prior Knowledge Confidential © Omron 26
  27. 27. MTS Medication Technologies Create Tags Automatically Toolbox includes all functions and FB Mix IEC Ladder and Structured Text Background Compile Confidential © Omron 27
  28. 28. MTS Medication Technologies Confidential © Omron 28
  29. 29. MTS Medication Technologies One Real-time Network enables Faster, Simpler, Smarter Machines One Factory Network For Information  Most accepted open network One physical layer Two Protocols One Purpose for Machine Automation One Machine Network For Real-time Control  Fastest open network Confidential © Omron 29
  30. 30. What is ? 1. EtherCAT (Ethernet for Control Automation Technology) 2. EtherCAT is an open Ethernet-based fieldbus standard, utilizing IEEE 802.3 (Ethernet standard) components 3. The EtherCAT slave device has dedicated EtherCAT hardware, available as a dedicated chip with embedded switch EtherCAT: Real-time optimum Industrial Ethernet Protocol for controlling Servo, AC Drives and I/Os Confidential © Omron 30
  31. 31. MTS Medication Technologies • Fast, reliable, Ethernet based system driven by industry needs • 1µs repeatability from distributed clock ensures alignment of machine design and functionality requirements Real-time Network Confidential © Omron 31
  32. 32. MTS Medication Technologies • EtherCAT: The Fieldbus Network ◦ Fast and efficient  Processing On-The-Fly  Suitable for small data quantities ◦ Real-time synchronized  Distributed Clocks with < 1 usec jitter  Determinism need to control servo, ac drive & I/O devices ◦ Open and flexible  Follows international standards  Dynamic Process data  Topology options ◦ Cost-effective  Makes internet technologies available at the device level  Diagnosis Confidential © Omron 32 Distributed Clock Synchronization
  33. 33. MTS Medication Technologies • Industrial tough EtherNet/IP driven by industry needs • Open network connectivity ensures alignment of machine design and functionality requirements Confidential © Omron 33
  34. 34. Confidential © Omron 34
  35. 35. MTS Medication Technologies Confidential © Omron 35
  36. 36. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Webcast Panelists – Wally Lowe Founder & President Bill Strater Director of Engineering Confidential © Omron 36
  37. 37. Cross-Core Technology Vital Statistics • Industry: Printing • Customer Type: OEM, US Florida • Distributor: Cross Automation • Application: Synchronous feed control indexing, modular machine starts as 1 servo and 1 inverter axis, then add station modules for all configurations. Transport of card from feeder to the collation conveyor. Additional modules would be slave transport, print, barcode and id. • Automation Vendors Evaluated: Lenze Servo/Drive, Yaskawa, Allen Bradley Confidential © Omron 37
  38. 38. Cross-Core Technology Partnerships Confidential © Omron 38
  39. 39. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Machine Output Confidential © Omron 39
  40. 40. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Previous Machine Design Shawn ask Qs – Cross-Core answers Confidential © Omron 40
  41. 41. New ‘NJ-based’ Machine Confidential © Omron 41
  42. 42. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. • New NJ-5 Based Architecture • Planning to release to customers Summer 2012 Confidential © Omron 42
  43. 43. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. CPU: Compact unit with Atom Intel CPU 1.66GHz, fan-less cooling, embedded real-time OS, quick boot time (12 seconds) Built-in EtherNet/IP port 32 connections at 10msec update Built-in EtherCAT port 192 slave nodes 32 Axis in 1msec Built-in USB port SD CARD slot Confidential © Omron 43 16 / 32 / 64 axis for Multi-axis Coordinated Servo Control
  44. 44. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. NJ-5 AC Inverters on Confidential © Omron 44
  45. 45. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. (2) TJ2 (4, 16, or 64 axes) Trajexia / Mechatrolink II Architecture 16 servo in 1 ms Mechatrolink II Servo Drives Confidential © Omron 45 AC Drives
  46. 46. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Performance X-STREAM NJ5 EtherCAT NJ3 EtherCAT MAINSTREAM MOTION LEAN MX2 with flow chart CJ2 with EtherCAT CP1 with Pulse Scalable Machine Automation Confidential © Omron 46 TJ with EtherCAT Functionality/Axis #
  47. 47. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Confidential © Omron 47
  48. 48. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Panel Layout – Future Proof Confidential © Omron 48
  49. 49. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Confidential © Omron 49
  50. 50. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Operator I/F Screen Examples Confidential © Omron 50
  51. 51. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Confidential © Omron 51
  52. 52. Cross-Core Technology, Inc.  Bright & Clear  Scalability  Troubleshooting  Confidential © Omron 52 5.7”-15” 
  53. 53. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Troubleshooting Before… Confidential © Omron 53
  54. 54. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Troubleshooting with NJ Troubleshooter NS-Series HMI Confidential © Omron 54
  55. 55. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. In-Feed Detail Confidential © Omron 55
  56. 56. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Print Head Detail Confidential © Omron 56
  57. 57. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. A True Integrated Development Environment Confidential © Omron 57
  58. 58. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Confidential © Omron 58
  59. 59. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Inspection Detail Confidential © Omron 59
  60. 60. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Confidential © Omron 60
  61. 61. Confidential © Omron 61
  62. 62. Confidential © Omron 62
  63. 63. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Nearing Production Launch Confidential © Omron 63
  64. 64. Cross-Core Technology, Inc. “Every success is a direct result of uncompromised teamwork” Wally Lowe Founder & President Cross-Core Technology, Inc. Confidential © Omron 64
  65. 65. Questions Shawn Adams Wally Lowe Director of Marketing Founder & President Miguel Mercedes Bill Strater Key Accounts Manager Director of Engineering Mark Sweet Controls Engineer, Packaging Automation Jason Stebbins Controls Engineer, Packaging Automation Lonnie West Senior Software Engineer, Packaging Automation Confidential © Omron 65

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