Autostart ProStart CT-5000 Specifications

Autostart ProStart CT-5000 Specifications
October 2014
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Allen-Bradley Guardmaster 440C-CR30
Pepperl+Fuchs
Gemco Ametek ReadyLinkTM Network LDT
ProSoft Gateway for Ethernet/IP to Remote I/O or DH+
Cognex Introduces the DataMan 8050 Series
Siemens Busway
Are You Installing Light Fixtures with Extended Life Expectations?
Introducing the New 440G-LZ Guard Locking Switch
E-Drive Linear Actuators
Adding Real Time Automation to Your Total Control Solution
Leviton Vacancy Sensors
Introducing the Allen-Bradley 45LUM Luminescence Sensor
Siemens Dual Function AFCI/GFCI Circuit Breaker
Are Poor Shaft Alignments Costing You?
New Products from Greenlee
T8 LED Lamp Update
ROK Catalog app for the iPad
Allen-Bradley Training Schedule
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Allen-Bradley Guardmaster 440C-CR30
Software Programmable Safety Relay
Looking for a logic solution for small to mid-range safety applications? Look no further than the new 440CCR30 programmable safety relay from Allen-Bradley. This new programmable relay fits in the space between
standard/special purpose safety relays and a GuardLogix solution. Capable of applications using 4-10 safety
circuits or up to 5 zones, this programmable relay is perfect for simple to somewhat complex applications.
Using Connected Components Workbench, the same programming software used for the Micro 800 family
of controllers, PowerFlex Drives, and PanelView Component HMI’s, the user can utilize the same programming environment for standard and safety control circuits. The software uses a drag and drop format for all of
the safety inputs, outputs, monitoring circuits, and safety logic. Typical safety functions such as light curtains,
safety mats, guard locking, two hand control (anti-tie down), enabling switches, and muting can be
programmed as simply as dragging and dropping the icons into the program.
The programmable relay comes with 22 points of safety I/O built in and allows expandability in a
couple different ways. If you need additional standard I/O for reset circuits, monitoring circuits, or
standard control, this can be done with utilizing two slots on the front for Micro 800 I/O modules.
The Micro 800 modules provide 4 inputs and 4 outputs for each slot. If additional safety I/O is
required, there are points on the base unit that can be configured to use the “Single Wire
Safety” function of the Allen-Bradley GSR safety relays.
By: Zack Bone
Automation Specialist
Birmingham, AL
If a visual interface is required, the on-board Modbus port allows the controller to be
connected directly to a PanelView Component HMI. This allows users to easily monitor,
troubleshoot, and modify their applications for increased uptime. If visualization is not required but status and troubleshooting help is,
5 status and 16 user programmable LED’s on the 440C’s faceplate allow the user to quickly determine faults or status of the controller
all locally.
Features
• Ple, SIL3 per EN ISO 13849-1,
IEC 62061
• 22 embedded Safety I/O
• Embedded USB programming port
• Embedded Modbus RTU serial port
• Two plug-in ports supporting
Micro800™ (2080) plug-ins
Benefits
• Quick and easy configuration via Connected Components
Workbench™ – a single software environment for
standard and safety control
• Pre-defined drag-and-drop safety function blocks simplify
programming
• Advanced diagnostics enable increased productivity and
enhanced safety
• Embedded Modbus communicates with Allen-Bradley
Connected Components for efficient monitoring and
troubleshooting
• Compact design optimizes panel space
• Flexible, scalable solution thanks to standard Micro800
I/O plug-ins
Contact your Kendall Electric Account Manager for
additional information.
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Connection 2 2014
Check out these additional
Pepperl+Fuchs products:
By: Mike Wolfgram
Automation Specialist
Saginaw, MI
Kendall Electric is now an Authorized
Distributor for the Process Automation Division of Pepperl+Fuchs (P+F),
a Rockwell Automation encompass
partner. P+F is the global leader in the
design and manufacturing of protection
equipment for electronics in hazardous areas. Their products are a perfect
complement to Rockwell Automation
process solutions. P+F’s innovative
and market-leading products include
intrinsic safety, fieldbus, hazardous
location barcode scanners, WirelessHART interfacing, signal conditioning, and Bebco EPS® purge and
pressurization.
P+F Bebco
EPS® Division
Products are
designed to
supply one or
more protected
enclosures with clean instrument air or
an inert gas. Purge and pressurization
is one of the most flexible EX protection methods, because it allows the
use of non-EX rated electrical equipment to be utilized within the hazardous area. This process removes
flammable gases or prevents the accumulation of ignitable dusts within the
protected enclosure. This method of
protection is not limited by the quantity,
configuration, power requirements, or
location of the protected equipment.
These purge systems are commonly
used for all applications involving basic
electronics, electrical equipment, motors and switchgear. In addition, these
systems can meet the demands of
rack mounted instrumentation, video
displays, PLCs, ControlLogix Systems,
computers, printers, recorders, measurement gas analyzers and calibration equipment. Unlike explosionproof
enclosures, failure of a P+F Bebco
Enclosure Protection System does not
create an immediate danger. Another
benefit of purging and pressurization
is the use of the standard Type 4/12
enclosure as the protected enclosure.
This saves money, weight, and space
over explosion-proof methods.
Barcode Scanners for
Hazardous Locations
Foundation Fieldbus
Intrinsic Safety
Whether you have a Class/ Division
or Zone rated area, P+F has a purge
or pressurization system designed for
you. Here in the US, the National Electric Code (NEC) defines Hazardous
Locations using the Class / Division
method. Here are 3 examples of P+F
Bebco purge types for Class / Division
rated locations.
Type X P+F Bebco Purge System:
The Type X purge system reduces
the classification within the protected
enclosures from Division 1 to non-hazardous. General-purpose equipment
can be operated within the protected
enclosure in a Class I or II Division 1
location.
Foundation Fieldbus
Junction Boxes
Foundation Fieldbus
Power Conditioning
Type Y P+F Bebco Purge System:
The Type Y purging system reduces
the classification within the protected
enclosure from Division 1 to Division 2.
All equipment used within the enclosure must be Division 2 rated.
Type Z P+F Bebco Purge System:
The Type Z purge system reduces
the classification within the protected
enclosure from Division 2 to non-hazardous. General-purpose equipment
can be operated within the protected
enclosure in a Class I or II Division 2
location.
HART Interface Devices
Wireless
HART Interface
Additional information can be found at:
www.pepperl-fuchs.us/purge
PS3500 Power Supply
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Connection 3 2014
By: Pat Morrissey
Automation Specialist
Holland, MI
The need for automation is greater today than ever before. Linear
Displacement Transducers play an important role in factory automation, providing accurate, reliable, absolute position feedback to help
automate today’s sophisticated machinery. Sensors must deliver
value, be easy to set up and interface easily into the host controller.
Introducing ReadyLink™ Network LDT
•The ReadyLink™ EtherNet/IP™ LDT with RapidRecall™ is Ametek’s
newest linear displacement transducer (LDT) being developed with an
EtherNet/IP™ network interface.
• EtherNet/IP™ is an Industrial Ethernet implementation of the Common Industrial Protocol (CIP), managed by the Open DeviceNet Vendors Association (ODVA). EtherNet/IP™ was introduced in 2001 and
today is the most developed, proven and complete industrial Ethernet
network solution available for manufacturing automation.
The Network LDT provides maximum flexibility for installation and
ease of use in demanding, high-performance, networked industrial applications. EtherNet/IP™ systems require only a single point network
connection for both configuration and control, thus simplifying installation and wiring. Their linear displacement transducer line utilizes
advanced, proven Magnetostrictive technology to provide highly
precise and absolute non-contact position feedback down to 1 micron
resolution. Ametek packages these sensors to survive in the most demanding and hostile environments. The position of the magnet on the
sensing element is precisely determined by a time of flight method.
The LDT converts this position value where it is transmitted to the
customer controller via the Ethernet Network.
The Network LDT is available in two different package styles; the
953N is our Rod Style package that is suitable for installation into
hydraulic cylinders and their 957N Brik Low Profile Style package
that incorporates the same electronics but is housed in an aluminum
style extrusion.
Features
• RapidRecall™ Configuration Module
• Supports: Star, Line & DLR (Device Level Ring) topology
• Supports Encoder 22h Profile
• 5 status LEDs to monitor functionality of LDT and Network status
• IP address selection flexibility – Providing both local switch &
software setting capability
• Setup via web browser – No special configuration software required
• Ability to backup and restore unit configuration in RapidRecall™
Configuration Module
• Ability to reset unit to factory defaults
• Diagnostics and alarm functionality (web page)
• Status Bits: Position & Velocity out of programmable limits range
• Wide input power operating range (7 – 30VDC) – Standard M12
connector
• IP67 Rated
• Non-contact technology (Magnetostrictive)
• Longevity: Nothing to wear out
• Simplified system wiring
Overview
The Network LDT supports Star, Line and Device Level Ring
(DLR) topology and supports static IP address setting or DHCP
(Dynamic Host Control Protocol). DLR provides device level
network rerouting in the event of a break in the ring. The static
IP address can be assigned via the network, or the last octet
can be set manually via three rotary DIP switches. There are five
diagnostic LEDs located on the cover next to the connectors that
indicate the status of the LDT and Network communication.
Data is communicated over the Ethernet Network using two
types of messaging:
• I/O Messaging (Position, Velocity & Status Bits)
• Explicit Messages (Parameters & Configuration)
I/O Messaging is used for time critical data such as position,
velocity and status. Explicit messages are used for configuration
data such as position scaling, resolution and count direction,
among other parameters. The EtherNet/IP™ Network LDT module conforms to the Encoder device profile device type 22h. The
AMETEK ReadyLink™ EtherNet/IP™ LDT with RapidRecall™
is a smart device; it has a RapidRecall™ Configuration Module
to help aid in configuration of the LDT. This module is located
on the head assembly of the LDT, next to the connectors. The
RapidRecall™ module can be used to help configure the static
IP address of the LDT and store all user defined configurations.
In the module there are three rotary DIP switches that allow
the user to configure how the IP address is assigned as well as
other functions. Once the LDT has been configured, these settings can be uploaded to the module. One of the key benefits to
uploading the configuration data to the RapidRecall™ module is
that if anything was to ever go wrong with the LDT, the RapidRecall™ module with the entire user programmed settings can be
removed from the original unit and installed on the replacement
unit. With a simple setting of the DIP switches the user configuration settings can be downloaded from the RapidRecall™
module to the new LDT. The Network LDT has three connectors.
The incoming power is supplied via a 4-pin M12-A style connector. The network communication will be through either of the two
4-pin M12-D coded connectors.
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Connection 4 2014
By: Don McSween
Sales Manager
Grand Rapids, MI
Gateway for Ethernet/IP
to Remote I/O or DH+
Wide Ranging Power Supply
•The Network LDT is designed with
a wide ranging input power supply.
It can operate anywhere between 7
to 30 volts DC at 2.3 watts of power.
– With this wide ranging supply the
same unit can be used in industrial
(24V) or mobile (12V) applications.
– Another key advantage with the
wide ranging supply is that on long
cable runs, you typically do not
need to worry about voltage drop
to the incoming power; therefore
eliminating the need for a separate
power supply to power the LDT.
Ametek sensors are absolute and
never require homing or calibrating
in the event of a power loss and
are built in the USA to meet global
application needs. Products include
GEMCO® linear and rotary sensors.
Contact your Kendall Electric
Account Manager for additional
information.
Most of us have plants that have legacy networks such as Remote I/O or DH+ that would
be best served if they are upgraded to an Ethernet based Logix (either Control or Compact)
platform. Last year, Prosoft Technology released their Ethernet/IP to Allen Bradley DH+
or Remote I/O gateway. This gateway module (AN-X2-AB-DHRIO) was designed to help
manufacturers initiate a phased migration to upgrade the legacy PLC5 and SLC based control systems that network through blue hose and to replace RIO PLCs, HMIs, and/or VFDs.
The AN-X2-AB-DHRIO can be added to the existing network and monitor the changing
states of I/O without interrupting the process thus the implementation of the Prosoft gateway
card can be accomplished without interrupting the current program and verification can be
completed before switching out the old system. The gateway has a built-in MicroSD card
which stores configuration files and firmware. This Micro SD card can be transferred to another gateway to resume operation in the event of a disaster.
A more in depth look at the AN-X2-AB-DHRIO shows that it has five
operating modes that can accomplish the following:
SCAN: Keep existing racks of Remote I/O while replacing the
existing PLC with either ControlLogix or CompactLogix PAC. This
migration can be accomplished without interrupting existing system, supports up to 32 racks
of RIO, supports all RIO baud rates, and has an auto-configuration utility that knows the
baud rate and maps discrete I/O thus reducing configuration errors.
DHP: Use the gateway card to be a bridge between Ethernet/IP and a Data Highway Plus
network allowing legacy network address for programming terminals and/or processors.
Like for RIO, this mode supports all available baud rates (57.6, 115.2, & 230.4K).
ADAPT: This mode allows ControlLogix to monitor Bock Transfer and I/O data on an active
RIO network without occupying a drop. Supports up to 15 Ethernet/IP I/O connections to a
Logix processor, supports any combination of Remote I/O rack addressing, and auto configures rack addressing and baud rates.
DRV: The AN-X2-AB-DHRIO allows old RIO drives to be switched out to new Ethernet/IP
enabled Powerflex drives without having to change any PLC code. Supports up to 4 Ethernet/IP drives, configurable for ¼, ½, and full rack addressing.
HMI: This mode allows up to 8 old Remote I/O Panelviews to be upgraded to the Panelview
Plus 6 family of HMIs over Ethernet I/P without any changes to PLC code.
Recently a Grand Rapids based manufacturer used the HMI mode of the AN-X2-AB-DHRIO
to be able to replace an old RIO based standard Panelview that was old and failing. This
PV was in an explosive proof area that made pulling new cables (such as a Cat 5 Ethernet
cable) very difficult so the Prosoft solution was extremely attractive. The company was able
to install the new Panelview + 6 and AN-X2-AB-DHRIO in the XP production area and use
the existing blue hose to connect back to the old PLC5.
For more information on the Prosoft AN-X2-AB-DHRIO, please contact your
Kendall Electric Account Manager or PLC Specialist.
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October
2014
By: Ryan Zissler
Account Manager
Saginaw, MI
The New DataMan 8050 Handheld Barcode Readers are Now Available!
Cognex has recently announced the release of its fastest and most economical industrial handheld
readers yet, the DataMan® 8050 Series. These readers are designed with a rugged housing to
handle harsh conditions and are equipped with Cognex’s world-class barcode reading algorithms.
The DataMan 8050 Series can read even challenging barcodes quickly, accurately, and easily.
Modular, industrial design adapts to your needs.
The modular design of the DataMan® 8050 Series adapts with your changing communication
needs. Available with both corded and wireless communication modules, the DataMan® 8050
product supports industry-standard communications including USB, USB Keyboard, RS-232 and
Bluetooth wireless communication to a base station. Built for tough work environments, the DataMan® 8050 has durable and industrial product features as well as a range of industrial cables and
accessories to complement the product.
Challenging codes?...We can read them!
The DataMan® 8050 is ideal for applications in many manufacturing environments. The DataMan® 8050 Series barcode readers
utilize Cognex’s patented 1DMax algorithms to provide high-speed reading performance even with damaged, low contrast, direct
inkjet , washed out, curved surface, blurred, uneven, and plastic printed barcodes. Our 2-D algorithms allow the 8050 to rapidly decode a variety of 2-D code degradations such as noisy background, glass, round surfaces, dot peen, blurred, low contrast, uneven
lighting, finder degradation, laser etched, or even mixed codes.
For more information about the DataMan® 8050 Series industrial handheld barcode readers, please contact Kendall Electric.
Busway
When choosing a power
distribution system in
a plant, you face the
challenge of balancing
performance with value to
efficiently distribute power
to your facility. Siemens
offers a complete and
modern line of busway
products with an extensive
range of options that lets
you match your site-specific requirements with an optimized
power delivery solution. These innovative solutions encompass the world’s most comprehensive and technologically
advanced busway products for the automotive, industrial, commercial/institutional and high-rise multi-occupancy markets.
Siemens flagship busway line is the Sentron busway. Sentron busway
delivers impressive features and benefits that make it ideal for many
types of industrial and construction implementations. And thanks to its
innovative design, it is one of the least labor intensive systems on the
market. In fact, using Sentron Busway instead of cable and conduit can
save a customer 20-30% on total installed cost. The use of this busway
system can cut your installation time in half. Sentron Busway install
with minimal hardware, and the lightweight aluminum housing acts as
an integral ground. Joint stacks connect with splice plates featuring a
single bolt design, and bus plugs and cable tap boxes offer the industry’s largest wire bending space. An optional 200% neutral within the
bus bar housing accommodates harmonics common in today’s power
systems. The Sentron name is recognized worldwide as synonymous
with quality and consistence performance and is one of the premier
systems on the market.
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Connection 6 2014
Are you installing light fixtures
with extended life expectations?
By: Tim Fox
Account Manager
Kalamazoo, MI
Here are just some of the numerous reasons to consider
Intermatic photo controls on your next install:
In new lighting applications, the endurance
of traditional photo controls has fallen short
of expectations due to detrimental effects
caused by the electrical characteristics of the
electronic drivers associated with these new
fixtures. Electronic ballasts and drivers offer
improved efficiency and control of LED, inductive and fluorescent lighting loads, but can
also subject the associated lighting controls to
high inrush currents when switched on, possibly causing damage or reducing the life of
the photo control.
A number of issues have plagued new lighting technologies and their control systems.
Updated photo control designs offer solutions
to the problems associated with high inrush
currents. Intermatic has reviewed standards
focused on high inrush currents and performed extensive qualification testing on its
photo control products. As a result of this
analysis, Intermatic is able to offer products
with electronic ballast inrush current ratings
and extended life designs that match current
lighting technology on the market today.
If you are installing LED’s or new induction
fixtures with the expectation of long life spans,
expect no less from your photo controls!
Designed for Long Life
• Improved ON/OFF switching with high quality relays
• Zero-crossing electronic circuitry for extended life
• Employs electronic components exclusively selected
to meet extended life targets
• Conformal coated PCB assemblies for long term
Tested for Long Life
• Products tested to full ON/OFF lifecycles under
tungsten, magnetic and electronic ballast loads
• Electronic ballast testing per NEMA 410 to ensure
compatibility with today’s array of electronic ballasts
and drivers
Warrantied for Long Life
• 6, 8, and 12 year warranties
• Intermatic brand assurance for peace of mind and
trouble-free implementation
More Features
• High load ratings for multi-fixture installations for each photo control
• Enhanced surge protection with 510 J MOV
• Meets or exceeds ANSI C136.10 and UL/CSA
requirements
If you would like more information on Intermatic photo controls, please visit www.intermatic.com and call your Kendall
Electric Account Manager for pricing and availability today!
By: Will Gosnell
Account Manager
Birmingham, MI
Siemens also carries a few many other product lines
to meet the needs of any customer. XJ-L Busway is
well known for its outstanding performance, providing convenient, costeffective power distribution for high-tech environments, data centers,
laboratories, and other applications requiring consistent, quality power
distribution. XL-U Busway is a reliable solution for automotive and industrial applications where there is particular concern with voltage sensitivity.
And BD busway is a rugged air insulated busway that has been on the
market for over 70 years and has an excellent track record. With this
range of products, Kendall can provide a solution to the customer no
matter what their needs.
For more information about how Siemens busway can meet your needs,
please contact your Kendall Electric Account Manager.
The October
Connection 7 2014
Introducing the New 440G-LZ
Guard Locking Switch
Rockwell Automation has released a new
member to their guard locking switch family. It is the GuardMaster 440G-LZ. Before
we get into the features and benefits of this
switch, let’s discuss the applications for
guard locking switches.
By: Mike Barringer - Account Manager - Saginaw, MI
Guard locking switches use a solenoid to
activate a lock which blocks or releases the
tongue from the switch.
Features
Why use a guard locking switch?
Guard locking switches are
used to protect hazardous
areas where a danger is not
immediately removed after
a stop request. On many
machines, removal of power
from the motor or actuator
will not necessarily cause
a reliable and immediate
stopping of the dangerous
motion. Typical applications
are: high inertia rotating
machines, fast rotating machines, and machines where
high pressure needs to be
released from pneumatic
valves.
Gates protected with guard locking switches are usually opened on exception basis.
For example: to clear a jam or to regularly
maintain the machine. This type of switch
should not be used for frequent access
during normal operation of the machine.
Rockwell Automation offers two different
types of guard locking switches:
Power to Lock
When power is applied to the solenoid, the
tongue is locked in the switch. When power
is removed, the lock is released allowing the
tongue to be extracted from the switch.
Power to Release
When power is applied to the solenoid the
lock is released allowing the tongue to be
extracted from the switch. When power is
removed, the tongue is locked in the switch.
440G-LZ
The new 440G-LZ is a guard-locking interlock switch. Its locking bolt extends into the
actuator only when the correct actuator is
detected. It has 2 OSSD SS outputs that are
enabled with the locking bolt is extended into
the actuator.
Linear Actuators
• Certified to PLe to EN/ISO 13849-1
(both for door position and lock monitoring to EN/ISO 14119)
• Solid-state design and monitored
outputs
• Scalable protection with unique or
standard coded RFID actuators
• High holding force of 1,300 N (Fzh)
• Energy efficient green device that only
uses 2.5 W
• IP69k and hygienic design
• Power-to-release and power-to-lock
versions
• Compact design optimized for ease of
mounting
• Diagnostic information provided by two
bright 270° LEDs
• Solid-state OSSD outputs series connectable to EN/ISO 14119:2013
Contact your Kendall Electric Account
Manager for additional information.
By: Larry Flanery
Account Manager
Saginaw, MI
Most people think of Kendall Electric as their supplier of all things electrical for their industrial, commercial & residential needs. Many of these same people don’t realize that Kendall also offers a wide variety of mechanical solutions.
Today I’d like to highlight one of manufactures that was born & made in the USA.
E•DRIVE actuators are designed, manufactured, tested, and serviced in West Hartford, CT. Founded in 1980, E•DRIVE Design, Inc.
initially developed a wide variety of heavy duty ball screw linear actuators, targeting the machine tool retrofit market.
Over the years E•DRIVE Design's business has grown based on their philosophy of design flexibility and rapid response to their customers' needs. As the machine tool market declined, E•DRIVE's unique steel construction and long life have attracted new markets, namely
factory automation, and more specifically the replacement for hydraulic and pneumatic linear actuators. E•DRIVE's business has continued to grow as the demands for improved control over linear motion have increased.
From the very beginning, E•DRIVE customers have enjoyed an unsurpassed commitment
to superior quality, integrity, and customer service. E•DRIVE now offers a standard five year
warranty, showing their trust and belief in their superior designs and construction. If you
need help with your design or product application support, Kendall Electric’s or E•DRIVE's
experienced staff will provide as much technical support as needed.
Please contact your Kendall Electric Account Manager for additional information.
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Connection 8 2014
Real Time
Automation
By: Brad Ewart
Account Manager
Lansing, MI
It’s worth exploring…
Adding RTA to your total control solution.
So you have either built or taken delivery of a new control
panel. Now it’s time to integrate it to your equipment on
the floor. You have looked for and discovered that not all
devices are able to move the data from your equipment
to your programmable controller. In this case, you probably have a Micro Logix, Compact Logix, or Control Logix
processor in your control scheme. What do you do?
This is the point where it is worth considering a solution from Real Time Automation (RTA). RTA provides
a processor involving the fastest and easiest system
to move raw TCP data to Rockwell Automation Logix
devices. These Gateway Devices, like the 490NBS and
the 490NBX, optimize moving data from devices like bar
code readers, printers, weigh scale devices, etc. to and
from RM Logix Controllers.
A single module has the ability to network multiple TCP
devices and move data simultaneously, all the while methodically independent. This is accomplished with no host
messages and little to no latency. There is no software to
download or code to write, which makes RTA one of the
quickest and most cost effective solutions to integrate
networks. Using your Internet browser to configure and
transfer your data, an included discovery tool allows you
to configure through your web browser interface. It’s that
simple. Nothing more.
RTA manufactures its products in
the United States with ample stock
at Kendall Electric to take care of
your data solutions.
It’s worth exploring … RTA as part
of your total control solution.
Allen-Bradley PLC’s
EtherNet/IP Devices
DeviceNet Devices
BACnet/IP Devices
BACnet/MS/TP Devices
Profibus DP Devices
Modbus RTU Devices
Modbus TCP/IP Devices
ASCII Devices
Ethernet TCP/IP Devices
Profinet IO Devices
USB Devices
Contact your local Kendall Electric Account Manager
for additional information on what Real Time
Automation can do for you.
Vacancy Sensors
By: Joanne Cebelak
Account Manager
Lansing, MI
We all know that occupancy sensors detect the
presence or absence of people in a space to automatically turn on or off area lighting. It is also
pretty obvious when the wrong type of sensor is
used because either the lights don’t come on or
turn off when they are needed.
For energy savings reasons, new levels of complexity and regulations
continue to roll out. The options can get overwhelming, but one of
the newer terms to consider is a vacancy sensor.
A vacancy sensor requires an individual to manually turn on the
lights. It could be the same physical device as an occupancy sensor,
but it does not automatically turn on the lights like an occupancy sensor does. Think of the times you grabbed that last paper you forgot
off your desk or when you used your hospital restroom in the middle
of the night. You did not need a fully lit room and would never turn on
the lights on your own. Utilizing a vacancy sensor allows that option.
Both technologies turn off when motion is no longer detected for a
specified period of time.
The Leviton Decora Wall Switch Sensor with LED NightLight #OSSNL
is a neat product that can be programmed as either an occupancy
or vacancy sensor allowing for automatic-on or manual-on. Product
highlights include:
• Installation – replaces single-pole wall switch in a standard wall box
• Guide light – when you need a small amount of illumination
• Nightlight mode – dims automatically to 5% of full brightness after 2
minutes of no occupancy
• Energy savings - consumes less than ½ watt
• Adjustable time delay - settings of 30 seconds to 2 hours
• Use in smaller rooms - restrooms, offices, storage areas, laundry
rooms, lounges
Take a look at this sensor and give it a try. It is currently in stock at
Kendall Electric.
Lights Turn On
Occupancy Automatically turn
Sensors
on when motion
is detected. Vacancy Need to manually
Sensors
turn on.
Lights Turn Off
Automatically turn off when
room is vacant/motion
is no longer detected.
Automatically turn off when
room is vacant/ motion is
no longer detected.
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Connection 9 2014
Introducing the Allen-Bradley
45LUM Luminescence Sensor
Rockwell Automation is pleased to introduce the Allen-Bradley 45LUM Luminescence Sensor,
the latest addition to our photoelectric sensor portfolio. This advanced sensor detects the
presence of luminescent/fluorescent particles that are inherent in glues, inks, clear labels,
oils, greases, paints, detergents and chalks. By emitting ultraviolet light, this sensor detects
visible light reflected from fluorescent/luminescent objects regardless of the background or
surface. Luminophores or fluorescent materials can easily be added to the materials used in
your process to ensure best sensor performance without affecting the finished product.
Equipped with a simple push button teach setup with the option to remote teach, the
45LUM Luminescence sensor has up to a 50 mm (2 in.) operating distance and one
discrete output which is light operate (L.O.).
This self-contained sensor has a
high-definition light spot for simple, accurate sensor
alignment positioning and solves tough application
challenges for the automotive, packaging, material
handling and food and beverage industries. The 45LUM
also features a rotatable QD connector and multiple
mounting bracket options for installation flexibility.
By: Don Marr
Account Manager
Grand Rapids, MI
45LUM Luminescence Sensor Specifications:
45LUM-D7JPT1-D5
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Sensing Distance: 5mm to 50mm (0.2 in to 2 in)
Response Time : 1 ms
Output Type : NPN, N.O (Normally Open)
Operating Environment: IP67
Voltage: 12 – 28V DC
Operating Temperature: -10...55°C (-14…131°F)
Light Source: Visible Ultra Violet Light
Housing Material: ABS Housing
Lens Material: Glass
Adjustment: Static teach, Remote teach
Output Mode: Light operation
Connection Types: M12 Connector QD, 5-pin
Rotatable
For more information on the 45LUM sensor or other
sensor applications please contact your Kendall Electric
Account Manager.
Dual Function
AFCI/GFCI Circuit Breaker
By: Joe Filipiak
Account Manager
Lansing,,MI
Breaker breaker! Just when you thought a breaker was just a breaker, Siemens releases a winner.
Now you can buy and install one device containing two state of the art technologies. The Dual
Function Circuit Breaker provides Arc Fault and Ground Fault protection in one device! According
to the 2014 NEC, Arc Fault protection on kitchen and laundry circuits is now required where Ground
Fault protection is currently a requirement. Siemens has paired an AFCI circuit breaker with a GFCI
receptacle. The dual function circuit breaker replaces the arc fault breaker and the ground fault
receptacle. Talk about cost savings! This one device will save you installation time and money.
The October
Connection 10 2014
Are Poor Shaft Alignments Costing You?
Fluke, makers of test equipment, has done it again!
Yes, Fluke now has a laser shaft alignment tool that you are
going to love.
This tool is easy to use, takes all the guess work out of
alignments, keeps your equipment up and running longer,
and less down time because of bearing wear.
By: David Lockwood
Account Manager
Saginaw, MI
Features & Benefits
Single laser measurement
technology means reduced
errors from backlash resulting
in better data accuracy.
Intuitive guided user interface
quickly and easily completes
machine alignment.
Compass measurement mode
enables flexible reliable and repeatable measurements using an
activated electronic inclinometer.
Dynamic machine tolerance
check provides continuous evaluation of alignment adjustments
so you know when your machine
is within acceptable range.
Unique extend mode handles
gross misalignment by virtually
increasing laser detector size.
Data protection ensures your
data is there when you need
it with auto-save and resume
capability.
Call your Kendall Electric
Account Manager today and ask
for a demo of the new Fluke 830
Laser shaft alignment tool.
Come see a product
demo at our Mechanical Expo
October 16th at the
Pinnacle Center in
Hudsonville, MI.
Register for this Event at:
training.kendallelectric.com
The October
Connection 11 2014
s.com
New Products from
Greenlee Textron is an industrial and electrical tool company headquartered in Rockford, IL. Greenlee is always coming out
with new and exciting tools for electricians.
Greenlee’s commitment to developing high
technology tools that concentrate on labor
savings and ease of use are represented by
the new tools that have come out recently.
Here are some the exciting new additions to
the Greenlee Textron line.
JRF-4 is an universal stripper that
strips primary cables
½” to 3” in diameter.
The roller ball actuation allows users to
simply turn the stripper down the cable
with little resistance. Cutting blades for EPR
and XLP cables are available.
knowledge
EK6ID is a 6 ton crimping tool
that weighs just 5-1/2 lbs. With
that light of weight you can
extend one hand into a panel
and crimp cables. The open
jawed configuration crimps
from #8-600MCM copper and
#8-300mcm alum.
By: Derrek Brendahl
Account Manager
Grand Rapids MI
EK50ML120/EK50ML138 are
battery operated micro crimpers for small conductor sized
cable. If you have ever spent
the day crimping hundreds of
crimps, you definitely won’t
forget what that feels like
in the wrist. If you think you
might be a candidate for future
carpal tunnel injuries, this is
the tool for you.
er and best for linear lighting opportunities
00 XP® XL ECOLOGIC®3 Lamps
GTS1930
is a saber
With the GMX series tool carts, all you have
cable stripper
amps with
to 84,000 hours rated life on programmed
ballast
75,000
to do isstart
buy one
baseand
andup
youtohave
the hours rated life on instant start balthatup
allows
™
ability
to
transform
them
into
five
different
new 3-foot
andto2-foot
users
strip lamps. Covered by new QUICK 7XL+ System Warranty with QUICKTRONIC ® electronic PROStart ®,
types of carts. The material tree®stores 8
#6-750mcm.
ng ballasts
for seven years, full wattage lamps for six
years and SUPERSAVER XL lamps for seven years.
compartments of pipe. The materail handler
The user just pulls out the laser etched
lets you carry bunks of pipe throughout a
depth stop and puts on the proper bushing
job site. The wire dispenser allows you to
for cable and then you rotate the tool around
within 4%
hold 12 small spools at once. The shelving
the cable. The bushing’s blade never
unit is mobile shelving unit with 4 shelves.
mens), 28W
SS
comes
in contact with the conductor itself.
Lastly, you have the flatbed cart.
W (2950 lumens)
mens)
mens)
K, 4100K and 5000K
d ballasts
™
T8 LED Lamp Update
By: Mike Iciek
Account Manager
Lansing, MI
T8 LED Lamp
I am pleased to announce the release of the Sylvania SubtiTUBETM LED.
This product is an LED replacement for a T8 lamp and will operate on an instant start
ballast, no re-wiring required. The “new” T8 LED lamp life is estimated up to 75,000
hours rated life on the instant start ballast.
ng LED replacements for fluorescent T12 and T8 lamps, providing up to 35% energy savings over standard fluorescent,
These lamps are available in 4-foot and now 3-foot and 2-foot lengths. The lamps are covered by the new QUICK 7XL+™ System
Does not
require an external driver to operate. Lamps are shatter-proof and require no warm-up.
Warranty. With QUICKTRONIC® electronic PROStart®, DIM or DALI ballasts, the warranty covers ballasts for seven years, full wattage lamps for six years, and SUPERSAVER® XL lamps for seven years.
hours (L70)
9; low THD
< 20%
Features:
Consistent
Linear —
LED
retrofitluminance within 4%
— 4ft - 25W SS (2400 lumens), 28W SS (2600 lumens) and 32W (2950 lumens)
35% over
fluorescent
— 3ft - 21W SS (1850 lumens)
gn and —
mechanical
achieves optimized light distribution
2ft - 15W SSdesign
(1150 lumens)
gth
— 85 CRI - 3000K, 3500K, 4100K and 5000K
— Dimmable on approved ballasts
Target applications for the “new” T8 LED lamp are standard Fluorescent T12 and T8 light fixtures. This lamp does not require any
external driver or circuit boards to operate. The lamps are shatter-proof and need no warm-up.
8 LED Retrofit Kits
Please contact your Kendall Electric Account Manager with any questions or opportunities.
The October
aving Connection
LED replacements
for fluorescent T12 and T8 lamps, providing up to 35% energy savings over standard
12
2014
s rated life (L70) and 0-10V dimming down to 10%. Retrofi t kits include lamps, non-shunted sockets and extertter-proof and require no warm-up.
ROK Catalog
The New Rockwell Automation Catalog App for the iPad
This free download from the App Store puts the Rockwell Automation
comprehensive catalog at your fingertips. Browse, search, configure,
and share products right from the iPad app.
By: Lee Baughn
Automation Specialist
Birmingham, AL
If you are familiar with Proposal Works product selection
or the online Product Selection & Configuration Directory,
you will be right at home with a similar look and feel.
Need additional product information? No problem, additional
documentation is available from the configured product screen.
Drawings, wiring information, specifications, manuals, etc are examples of the documentation available via the ROK Catalog App.
The ROK Catalog doesn't stop with Rockwell
Automation products; twenty-five+ Encompass
Partner's products are included also.
Download the ROK Catalog App today and start
taking advantage of this valuable mobile App.
Visit this link to the RA page for product selection:
http://www.rockwellautomation.com/rockwellautomation/support/selection.page
Visit this link for the App Store:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/rockwell-automation-product/id742749884?mt=8
The October
Connection 13 2014
Course
Course
ID ID
CCP153
CCP153
CCV204
CCV204
CCN200
CCN200
CCP146
CCP146
CCP151
CCP151
CCP146
CCP146
CCP151
CCP151
Course
Course
Name
Name
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
Maintenance
Maintenance
& Troubleshooting
& Troubleshooting
FactoryTalk
FactoryTalk
View
View
ME-PanelView
ME-PanelView
Plus
Plus
Prog
Prog
Kinetix
Kinetix
6000
6000
Maintenance
Maintenance
& Troubleshooting
& Troubleshooting
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
System
System
F F
undamentals
undamentals
Studio
Studio
5000
5000
Basic
Basic
Ladder
Ladder
Programming
Programming
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
System
System
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
Studio
Studio
5000
5000
Basic
Basic
Ladder
Ladder
Programming
Programming
CCN130
CCN130
Motion
Motion
Control
Control
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
CCN200
CCN200
Kinetix
Kinetix
6000
6000
Maintenance
Maintenance
& Troubleshooting
& Troubleshooting
CCP143
CCP143
Studio
Studio
5000
5000
Project
Project
Development
Development
Kinetix®
Kinetix®
6000
6000
(SERCOS)
(SERCOS)
Programming
Programming
FactoryTalk
FactoryTalk
View
View
CCV204
CCV204
ME-PanelView
ME-PanelView
Plus
Plus
Prog
Prog
VC-VCVirtual
Virtual
Classroom.
Classroom.
Integrated
Integrated
CCN300-02
CCN300-02 Motion
Motion
on on
EtherNet/IP:
EtherNet/IP:
Commis
Commis
VC-VCVirtual
Virtual
Classroom.
Classroom.
FactoryTalk
FactoryTalk
FTVIEW-01
FTVIEW-01 ViewPoint
ViewPoint
Implementation
Implementation
Virtual
Virtual
Classroom.
Classroom.
VC-LLB
VC-LLB
Ladder
Ladder
Logic
Logic
Basics
Basics
Virtual
Virtual
Classroom.
Classroom.
Micro850
Micro850
VC-M850
VC-M850
Installation,
Installation,
Wiring,
Wiring,
& TS
& TS
VC-VCVirtual
Virtual
Classroom.
Classroom.
Machine
Machine
MFSISO-01
MFSISO-01 Functional
Functional
Safety
Safety
- Risk
- Risk
Assess
Assess
VC-VCVirtual
Virtual
Classroom.
Classroom.
MLDO:
MLDO:
Drive
Drive
MLDO-01
MLDO-01
andand
Motor
Motor
Selection
Selection
VC-VCVirtual
Virtual
Classroom.
Classroom.
MLDO:
MLDO:
MLDO-02
MLDO-02
Networks,
Networks,
Controller
Controller
& I/O
& I/O
Select
Select
VC-VCVirtual
Virtual
Classroom.
Classroom.
PowerFlex
PowerFlex
PF523P
PF523P
523/525
523/525
Drive
Drive
Programming
Programming
VC-VCVirtual
Virtual
Classroom.
Classroom.
PowerFlex
PowerFlex
PF755H-01
PF755H-01 755755
Hi Horsepower:
Hi Horsepower:
Pre-Install
Pre-Install
VC-VCVirtual
Virtual
Classroom.
Classroom.
NFPA
NFPA
70E70E
SFT106
SFT106
2012
2012
- Arc
- Arc
Flash
Flash
Awareness
Awareness
FactoryTalk
FactoryTalk
View
View
CCV209
CCV209
ME-PanelView
ME-PanelView
Plus
Plus
M&T
M&T
SAF-SFT106
SAF-SFT106 NFPA
NFPA
70E70E
– ARC
– ARC
Flash
Flash
Awareness
Awareness
ControlLogix®
ControlLogix®
System
System
BL-CCP146
BL-CCP146
Fundamentals-Lab
Fundamentals-Lab
CCP146
CCP146
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
System
System
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
CCV207
CCV207
FactoryTalk
FactoryTalk
View
View
Site
Site
Edition
Edition
Prog
Prog
MFG244
MFG244
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
of Electricity
of Electricity
Industrial
Industrial
Electrical
Electrical
Controls
Controls
MFG213
MFG213
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
PanelView
PanelView
& PanelBuilder32
& PanelBuilder32
CCP196
CCP196
Application
Application
EM-101A
EM-101A
Basic
Basic
AC/DC
AC/DC
Concepts
Concepts
MM-500
MM-500
Mechanical
Mechanical
Concepts
Concepts
SAF-LOG103
SAF-LOG103GuardLogix
GuardLogix
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
& TS
& TS
GuardLogix
Application
GuardLogix
Application
SAF-LOG101
SAF-LOG101
Development
Development
DeviceNet
DeviceNet
& RSNetWorx
& RSNetWorx
Config
Config
CCP164
CCP164
& Troubleshooting
& Troubleshooting
PowerFlex
PowerFlex
700700
Configuration
Configuration
CCA161
CCA161
& Startup
& Startup
CCA163
CCA163
PowerFlex
PowerFlex
700700
Maintenance
Maintenance
& TS
& TS
CompactLogix
CompactLogix
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
CCP298
CCP298
& Troubleshooting
& Troubleshooting
CCP299
CCP299
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
& TS
& TS
CCP143
CCP143
Studio
Studio
5000
5000
Project
Project
Development
Development
Kinetix®
Kinetix®
6000
6000
(SERCOS)
(SERCOS)
CCN145
CCN145
Programming
Programming
FactoryTalk
FactoryTalk
View
View
CCV204
CCV204
ME-PanelView
ME-PanelView
Plus
Plus
Prog
Prog
ControlLogix®
ControlLogix®
System
System
BL-CCP146
BL-CCP146
Fundamentals-Lab
Fundamentals-Lab
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
System
System
CCP146
CCP146
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
Studio
5000
Basic
Ladder
Studio
5000
Basic
Ladder
CCP151
CCP151
Programming
Programming
ControlLogix®
ControlLogix®
System
System
BL-CCP146
BL-CCP146
Fundamentals-Lab
Fundamentals-Lab
Managing
Managing
Industrial
Industrial
Networks
Networks
IMINS
IMINS
with
with
Cisco
Cisco
CCP153
CCP153
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
Maintenance
Maintenance
& TS
& TS
CCN145
CCN145
Start
Start
- End
- End
Date
Date Tuition
Tuition
Location
Location
Kendall
Kendall
Electric
Electric
10/14/14
10/14/1410/17/14
10/17/14$ 1,990
$ 1,990
Grand
Grand
Rapids
Rapids
Kendall
Kendall
Electric
Electric
11/04/14
11/04/1411/07/14
11/07/14$ 2,070
$ 2,070
Grand
Grand
Rapids
Rapids
Kendall
Kendall
Electric
Electric
01/13/15
01/13/1501/14/15
01/14/15$ 1,240
$ 1,240
Grand
Grand
Rapids
Rapids
Kendall
Kendall
Electric
Electric
12/02/14
12/02/1412/03/14
12/03/14$ 1,240
$ 1,240
Holland
Holland
Kendall
Kendall
Electric
Electric
12/04/14
12/04/1412/05/14
12/05/14$ 1,240
$ 1,240
Holland
Holland
Kendall
Kendall
Electric
Electric
10/14/1410/15/14
10/15/14$ 1,240
$ 1,240
10/14/14
Saginaw
Saginaw
Kendall
Kendall
Electric
Electric
10/16/14
10/16/1410/17/14
10/17/14$ 1,240
$ 1,240
Saginaw
Saginaw
Kendall
Kendall
Electric
Electric
10/21/14
10/21/1410/22/14
10/22/14$ 1,240
$ 1,240
Fort
Fort
Wayne
Wayne
Kendall
Kendall
Electric
Electric
10/23/14
10/23/1410/24/14
10/24/14$ 1,240
$ 1,240
Fort
Fort
Wayne
Wayne
Kendall
Kendall
Electric
Electric
11/04/14
11/04/1411/07/14
11/07/14$ 2,070
$ 2,070
Fort
Fort
Wayne
Wayne
Kendall
Kendall
Electric
Electric
11/18/1411/21/14
11/21/14$ 2,070
$ 2,070
11/18/14
Fort
Fort
Wayne
Wayne
Kendall
Kendall
Electric
Electric
12/02/14
12/02/1412/05/14
12/05/14$ 2,070
$ 2,070
Fort
Fort
Wayne
Wayne
Online
Online
- 10:30am
- 10:30am
to to
11/18/14
11/18/1411/18/14
11/18/14 $199
$199
12:00pm
12:00pm
Online
Online
- 12:00pm
- 12:00pm
to to
11/14/14
11/14/1411/14/14
11/14/14 $199
$199
1:30pm
1:30pm
Online
Online
- 2:30pm
- 2:30pm
to to
11/10/14
11/10/1411/14/14
11/14/14 $1,999
$1,999
4:30pm
4:30pm
Online
Online
- 9:00am
- 9:00am
to to
11/10/14
11/10/1411/14/14
11/14/14 $2,499
$2,499
11:00am
11:00am
Online
Online
- 3:30pm
- 3:30pm
to to
11/18/14
11/18/1411/18/14
11/18/14 $199
$199
5:30pm
5:30pm
Online
Online
- 8:00am
- 8:00am
to to
11/17/14
11/17/1411/17/14
11/17/14 $199
$199
9:30am
9:30am
Online
Online
- 8:00am
- 8:00am
to to
11/18/14
11/18/1411/18/14
11/18/14 $199
$199
10:00am
10:00am
Online
Online
- 1:00pm
- 1:00pm
to to
11/17/14
11/17/1411/18/14
11/18/14 $799
$799
2:30pm
2:30pm
Online
Online
- 3:30pm
- 3:30pm
to to
11/17/14
11/17/1411/17/14
11/17/14 $199
$199
5:30pm
5:30pm
Online
Online
- 12:00pm
- 12:00pm
to to
11/10/14
11/10/1411/13/14
11/13/14 $375
$375
1:30pm
1:30pm
10/14/14
10/14/1410/15/14
10/15/14$ 1,240
$ 1,240 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Wayland
- Wayland
10/21/14
10/21/1410/21/14
10/21/14$ $ 437437 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Wayland
- Wayland
11/03/14
11/03/1411/03/14
11/03/14$ $ 999999 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Wayland
- Wayland
11/04/14
11/04/1411/05/14
11/05/14$ 1,240
$ 1,240 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Wayland
- Wayland
12/08/14
12/08/1412/12/14
12/12/14$ 2,490
$ 2,490 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Wayland
- Wayland
12/15/14
12/15/1412/15/14
12/15/14$ $ 796796 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Wayland
- Wayland
Allen Bradley®
Training Schedule
Because of the complexity industrial
control that is currently being installed
in factory automation, the need for a
thorough understanding and knowledge of equipment is imperative to keep
your company productive and profitable. Training from Allen-Bradley can
reduce downtime because employees
trained on equipment can solve problems faster. It also maximizes utilization of equipment because personnel
knowledgeable about all performance
capabilities of equipment will use those
capabilities to the best advantage and
potential. Additionally, Allen-Bradley’s
training increases worker participation
towards your company’s goals and
objectives. Many productive suggestions for solving ongoing problems
and increasing productivity come from
workers who fully understand control
equipment.
To enroll in any of these or other
classes, register online at:
training.kendallelectric.com
12/16/14
12/16/1412/19/14
12/19/14$ 1,990
$ 1,990 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Wayland
- Wayland
01/13/15
01/13/1501/14/15
01/14/15$ 1,240
$ 1,240 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Wayland
- Wayland
10/13/14
10/13/1410/17/14
10/17/14$ 2,490
$ 2,490
10/20/14
10/20/1410/24/14
10/24/14$ 2,490
$ 2,490
10/28/14
10/28/1410/28/14
10/28/14$ $ 828828
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Troy
- Troy
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Troy
- Troy
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Troy
- Troy
10/29/1410/30/14
10/30/14$ 1,250
$ 1,250
10/29/14
Rockwell
- Troy
Rockwell
- Troy
11/04/14
11/04/1411/06/14
11/06/14$ 1,650
$ 1,650
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Troy
- Troy
11/11/14
11/11/1411/11/14
11/11/14$ $ 828828
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Troy
- Troy
11/12/14
11/12/1411/12/14
11/12/14$ $ 828828
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Troy
- Troy
11/17/14
11/17/1411/21/14
11/21/14$ 2,490
$ 2,490
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Troy
- Troy
12/01/14
12/01/1412/05/14
12/05/14$ 2,490
$ 2,490
12/09/14
12/09/1412/12/14
12/12/14$ 2,070
$ 2,070
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Troy
- Troy
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Troy
- Troy
12/16/1412/19/14
12/19/14$ 2,070
$ 2,070
12/16/14
Rockwell
- Troy
Rockwell
- Troy
01/13/15
01/13/1501/16/15
01/16/15$ 2,070
$ 2,070
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Troy
- Troy
01/19/15
01/19/1501/19/15
01/19/15$ $ 999999
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Troy
- Troy
01/20/1501/21/15
01/21/15$ 1,240
$ 1,240
01/20/15
Rockwell
- Troy
Rockwell
- Troy
01/22/15
01/22/1501/23/15
01/23/15$ 1,240
$ 1,240
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Troy
- Troy
01/26/15
01/26/1501/26/15
01/26/15$ $ 999999
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Troy
- Troy
01/26/15
01/26/1501/30/15
01/30/15$ 3,750
$ 3,750
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Troy
- Troy
01/27/15
01/27/1501/30/15
01/30/15$ 2,070
$ 2,070
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Troy
- Troy
Kendall Electric is dedicated
to providing our customers and
owner-associates the most
effective training to
maximize productivity.
Talk to your Account Manager
today about your training needs.
Course
Course
ID ID
Course
Course
NameName
StartStart
- End- Date
End DateTuition
Tuition
Location
Location
CCV204
CCV204
FactoryTalk
FactoryTalk
ViewView
ME-PanelView
ME-PanelView
Plus Plus
ProgProg
10/14/14
10/14/14
10/17/14
10/17/14
$ 2,070
$ 2,070
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Indianapolis
- Indianapolis
CCN200
CCN200
Kinetix
Kinetix
60006000
Maintenance
Maintenance
& TS& TS
10/21/14
10/21/14
10/22/14
10/22/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Indianapolis
- Indianapolis
CCP299
CCP299
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
& TS& TS
10/27/14
10/27/14
10/31/14
10/31/14
$ 2,490
$ 2,490
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Indianapolis
- Indianapolis
SAF-SFT106
SAF-SFT106
NFPANFPA
70E –70E
ARC
– ARC
FlashFlash
Awareness
Awareness
11/04/14
11/04/14
11/04/14
11/04/14
$ 437
$ 437
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Indianapolis
- Indianapolis
CCV207
CCV207
FactoryTalk
FactoryTalk
ViewView
Site Edition
Site Edition
ProgProg
11/10/14
11/10/14
11/14/14
11/14/14
$ 2,490
$ 2,490
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Indianapolis
- Indianapolis
CCP298
CCP298
CompactLogix
CompactLogix
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
& TS& TS
11/17/14
11/17/14
11/21/14
11/21/14
$ 2,490
$ 2,490
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Indianapolis
- Indianapolis
CCP146
CCP146
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
System
System
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
12/02/14
12/02/14
12/03/14
12/03/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Indianapolis
- Indianapolis
CCP151
CCP151
Studio
Studio
50005000
BasicBasic
Ladder
Ladder
Programming
Programming
12/04/14
12/04/14
12/05/14
12/05/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Indianapolis
- Indianapolis
CCPS43
CCPS43
SLC SLC
500/RSLogix
500/RSLogix
500 Maintenance
500 Maintenance
& TS& TS
12/09/14
12/09/14
12/12/14
12/12/14
$ 2,070
$ 2,070
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Indianapolis
- Indianapolis
CCA182
CCA182
PowerFlex
PowerFlex
750-Series
750-Series
Startup
Startup
& Config
& Config
12/16/14
12/16/14
12/17/14
12/17/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Indianapolis
- Indianapolis
CCA183
CCA183
PowerFlex
PowerFlex
750-Series
750-Series
Maintenance
Maintenance
& TS& TS
12/18/14
12/18/14
12/19/14
12/19/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Indianapolis
- Indianapolis
CCP143
CCP143
Studio
Studio
50005000
Project
Project
Development
Development
01/20/15
01/20/15
01/23/15
01/23/15
$ 2,070
$ 2,070
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Indianapolis
- Indianapolis
CCP164
CCP164
DeviceNet
DeviceNet
& RSNetWorx
& RSNetWorx
Config
Config
& TS& TS
01/27/15
01/27/15
01/29/15
01/29/15
$ 1,650
$ 1,650
Rockwell
Rockwell
- Indianapolis
- Indianapolis
BL-CCP146
BL-CCP146ControlLogix®
ControlLogix®
System
System
Fundamentals-Lab
Fundamentals-Lab
10/13/14
10/13/14
10/13/14
10/13/14
$ 999
$ 999Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
CCP146
CCP146
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
System
System
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
10/14/14
10/14/14
10/15/14
10/15/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
CCP151
CCP151
Studio
Studio
50005000
BasicBasic
Ladder
Ladder
Programming
Programming
10/16/14
10/16/14
10/17/14
10/17/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
CCP152
CCP152
Studio
Studio
50005000
Function
Function
BlockBlock
Programming
Programming
10/21/14
10/21/14
10/22/14
10/22/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
PRS010
PRS010
PID Loop
PID Loop
Development
Development
& Tuning
& Tuning
10/24/14
10/24/14
10/24/14
10/24/14
$ 804
$ 804Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
IMINS
IMINS
Managing
Managing
Industrial
Industrial
Networks
Networks
with with
CiscoCisco
10/27/14
10/27/14
10/31/14
10/31/14
$ 3,750
$ 3,750Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
PRS013
PRS013
PlantPAx
PlantPAx
System
System
Config
Config
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
11/03/14
11/03/14
11/07/14
11/07/14
$ 3,450
$ 3,450Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
CCPS41
CCPS41
SLC SLC
500/RSLogix
500/RSLogix
500 Programming
500 Programming
11/04/14
11/04/14
11/07/14
11/07/14
$ 2,070
$ 2,070Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
CCA183
CCA183
PowerFlex
PowerFlex
750-Series
750-Series
Maintenance
Maintenance
& TS& TS
11/11/14
11/11/14
11/12/14
11/12/14
$ 1,190
$ 1,190Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
OEM101
OEM101
OEM:OEM:
SLC500
SLC500
and RSLogix500-Fund
and RSLogix500-Fund
& TS& TS
11/24/14
11/24/14
11/25/14
11/25/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
CCP298
CCP298
CompactLogix
CompactLogix
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
& TS& TS
12/01/14
12/01/14
12/05/14
12/05/14
$ 2,490
$ 2,490Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
CCV204
CCV204
FactoryTalk
FactoryTalk
ViewView
ME-PanelView
ME-PanelView
Plus Plus
ProgProg
12/09/14
12/09/14
12/12/14
12/12/14
$ 2,070
$ 2,070Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
SAF-TUVT3
SAF-TUVT3Functional
Functional
SafetyTech
SafetyTech
Certification
Certification
Test Test
12/16/14
12/16/14
12/18/14
12/18/14
$ 2,080
$ 2,080Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
CCV204
CCV204
FactoryTalk
FactoryTalk
ViewView
ME-PanelView
ME-PanelView
Plus Plus
ProgProg
01/13/15
01/13/15
01/16/15
01/16/15
$ 2,070
$ 2,070Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
OEM100
OEM100
OEM:CLX,FTViewME,Kinetix
OEM:CLX,FTViewME,Kinetix
6k & 6k
PF40-F&TS
& PF40-F&TS 01/19/15
01/19/15
01/23/15
01/23/15
$ 2,490
$ 2,490Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
CCP143
CCP143
Studio
Studio
50005000
Project
Project
Development
Development
01/27/15
01/27/15
01/30/15
01/30/15
$ 2,070
$ 2,070Rockwell
Rockwell
- Twinsburg
- Twinsburg
CCN145
CCN145
Kinetix®
Kinetix®
60006000
(SERCOS)
(SERCOS)
Programming
Programming
10/14/14
10/14/14
10/17/14
10/17/14
$ 2,070
$ 2,070Rockwell
Rockwell
- Burr- Burr
Ridge
Ridge
CCP122
CCP122
PLC-5/SLC
PLC-5/SLC
500 &500
RSLogix
& RSLogix
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
10/21/14
10/21/14
10/22/14
10/22/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240Rockwell
Rockwell
- Burr- Burr
Ridge
Ridge
CCPS41
CCPS41
SLC SLC
500/RSLogix
500/RSLogix
500 Programming
500 Programming
10/28/14
10/28/14
10/31/14
10/31/14
$ 2,070
$ 2,070Rockwell
Rockwell
- Burr- Burr
Ridge
Ridge
CCPS43
CCPS43
SLC SLC
500/RSLogix
500/RSLogix
500 Maintenance
500 Maintenance
& TS& TS
11/03/14
11/03/14
11/06/14
11/06/14
$ 2,070
$ 2,070Rockwell
Rockwell
- Burr- Burr
Ridge
Ridge
BL-CCP146
BL-CCP146ControlLogix®
ControlLogix®
System
System
Fundamentals-Lab
Fundamentals-Lab
11/10/14
11/10/14
11/10/14
11/10/14
$ 999
$ 999Rockwell
Rockwell
- Burr- Burr
Ridge
Ridge
CCP146
CCP146
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
System
System
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
11/11/14
11/11/14
11/12/14
11/12/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240Rockwell
Rockwell
- Burr- Burr
Ridge
Ridge
CCP151
CCP151
Studio
Studio
50005000
BasicBasic
Ladder
Ladder
Programming
Programming
11/13/14
11/13/14
11/14/14
11/14/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240Rockwell
Rockwell
- Burr- Burr
Ridge
Ridge
CCP152
CCP152
Studio
Studio
50005000
Function
Function
BlockBlock
Programming
Programming
11/18/14
11/18/14
11/19/14
11/19/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240Rockwell
Rockwell
- Burr- Burr
Ridge
Ridge
CCP143
CCP143
Studio
Studio
50005000
Project
Project
Development
Development
12/09/14
12/09/14
12/12/14
12/12/14
$ 2,070
$ 2,070Rockwell
Rockwell
- Burr- Burr
Ridge
Ridge
CCP412
CCP412
PLC-5
PLC-5
& RSLogix
& RSLogix
5 Maintenance
5 Maintenance
& TS& TS
12/09/14
12/09/14
12/12/14
12/12/14
$ 2,070
$ 2,070Rockwell
Rockwell
- Burr- Burr
Ridge
Ridge
CCP299
CCP299
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
& TS& TS
12/15/14
12/15/14
12/19/14
12/19/14
$ 2,490
$ 2,490Rockwell
Rockwell
- Burr- Burr
Ridge
Ridge
CCP146
CCP146
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
System
System
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
01/13/15
01/13/15
01/14/15
01/14/15
$ 1,240
$ 1,240Rockwell
Rockwell
- Burr- Burr
Ridge
Ridge
CCP151
CCP151
Studio
Studio
50005000
BasicBasic
Ladder
Ladder
Programming
Programming
01/15/15
01/15/15
01/16/15
01/16/15
$ 1,240
$ 1,240Rockwell
Rockwell
- Burr- Burr
Ridge
Ridge
SI100SI100
SI: Logix5000
SI: Logix5000
Proj Dev/Basic
Proj Dev/Basic
Ladder
Ladder
ProgProg
01/20/15
01/20/15
01/23/15
01/23/15
$ 2,070
$ 2,070Rockwell
Rockwell
- Burr- Burr
Ridge
Ridge
CCP153
CCP153
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
Maintenance
Maintenance
& TS& TS
01/27/15
01/27/15
01/30/15
01/30/15
$ 2,070
$ 2,070Rockwell
Rockwell
- Burr- Burr
Ridge
Ridge
IMINS
IMINS
Managing
Managing
Industrial
Industrial
Networks
Networks
with with
CiscoCisco
10/20/14
10/20/14
10/24/14
10/24/14
$ 3,750
$ 3,750Rockwell
Rockwell
- Alpharetta
- Alpharetta
FTVPFTVP
FactoryTalk
FactoryTalk
Vantage
Vantage
PointPoint
Config
Config
& Report
& Report
10/28/14
10/28/14
10/30/14
10/30/14
$ 1,650
$ 1,650Rockwell
Rockwell
- Alpharetta
- Alpharetta
CCV207
CCV207
FactoryTalk
FactoryTalk
ViewView
Site Edition
Site Edition
ProgProg
11/17/14
11/17/14
11/21/14
11/21/14
$ 2,490
$ 2,490Rockwell
Rockwell
- Alpharetta
- Alpharetta
CCN130
CCN130
Motion
Motion
Control
Control
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
12/09/14
12/09/14
12/10/14
12/10/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240Rockwell
Rockwell
- Alpharetta
- Alpharetta
CCN145
CCN145
Kinetix®
Kinetix®
60006000
(SERCOS)
(SERCOS)
Programming
Programming
12/16/14
12/16/14
12/19/14
12/19/14
$ 2,070
$ 2,070Rockwell
Rockwell
- Alpharetta
- Alpharetta
RS-FTHSEC
RS-FTHSEC
FactoryTalk
FactoryTalk
Historian
Historian
SE Config
SE Config
& Data
& Data
01/13/15
01/13/15
01/16/15
01/16/15
$ 2,090
$ 2,090Rockwell
Rockwell
- Alpharetta
- Alpharetta
CCP299
CCP299
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
& TS& TS
01/26/15
01/26/15
01/30/15
01/30/15
$ 2,490
$ 2,490Rockwell
Rockwell
- Alpharetta
- Alpharetta
CCP146
CCP146
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
System
System
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
10/14/14
10/14/14
10/15/14
10/15/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Franklin
- Franklin
BL-CCP146
BL-CCP146ControlLogix®
ControlLogix®
System
System
Fundamentals-Lab
Fundamentals-Lab
10/16/14
10/16/14
10/16/14
10/16/14
$ 999
$ 999 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Franklin
- Franklin
CCV204
CCV204
10/28/14
10/28/14
10/31/14
10/31/14
$ 2,070
$ 2,070 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Franklin
- Franklin
FactoryTalk
FactoryTalk
ViewView
ME-PanelView
ME-PanelView
Plus Plus
ProgProg
ILEAD-012
ILEAD-012 LevelLevel
1 Foundational
1 Foundational
Leadership
Leadership
SkillsSkills
11/04/14
11/04/14
11/07/14
11/07/14
$ 2,070
$ 2,070 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Franklin
- Franklin
CCP146
CCP146
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
System
System
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
11/11/14
11/11/14
11/12/14
11/12/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Franklin
- Franklin
CCP151
CCP151
Studio
Studio
50005000
BasicBasic
Ladder
Ladder
Programming
Programming
11/13/14
11/13/14
11/14/14
11/14/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Franklin
- Franklin
CCP143
CCP143
Studio
Studio
50005000
Project
Project
Development
Development
11/18/14
11/18/14
11/21/14
11/21/14
$ 2,070
$ 2,070 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Franklin
- Franklin
EM-204
EM-204
Motor
Motor
Controls
Controls
12/01/14
12/01/14
12/05/14
12/05/14
$ 2,490
$ 2,490 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Franklin
- Franklin
CCP122
CCP122
PLC-5/SLC
PLC-5/SLC
500 &500
RSLogix
& RSLogix
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
12/09/14
12/09/14
12/10/14
12/10/14
$ 1,240
$ 1,240 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Franklin
- Franklin
IMINS
IMINS
Managing
Managing
Industrial
Industrial
Networks
Networks
with with
CiscoCisco
12/15/14
12/15/14
12/19/14
12/19/14
$ 3,750
$ 3,750 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Franklin
- Franklin
BL-CCP146
BL-CCP146ControlLogix®
ControlLogix®
System
System
Fundamentals-Lab
Fundamentals-Lab
01/12/15
01/12/15
01/12/15
01/12/15
$ 999
$ 999 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Franklin
- Franklin
CCP146
CCP146
ControlLogix
ControlLogix
System
System
Fundamentals
Fundamentals
01/13/15
01/13/15
01/14/15
01/14/15
$ 1,240
$ 1,240 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Franklin
- Franklin
CCP151
CCP151
Studio
Studio
50005000
BasicBasic
Ladder
Ladder
Programming
Programming
01/15/15
01/15/15
01/16/15
01/16/15
$ 1,240
$ 1,240 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Franklin
- Franklin
EM-101A
EM-101A BasicBasic
AC/DC
AC/DC
Concepts
Concepts
01/26/15
01/26/15
01/30/15
01/30/15
$ 2,490
$ 2,490 Rockwell
Rockwell
- Franklin
- Franklin
2014 Rockwell
Automation
on the Move
ing
Thank you for join
us!
This year’s 2014 Rockwell Automation
on the Move (RAOTM) turned out to be
another fantastic event. It was held on
August 13th and 14th at DeVos Place in
Grand Rapids, MI. This was our tenth
year for this event and it brought together Kendall Electric, Rockwell Automation, over 45 of our premier manufacturers, and over 650 customers. The event
featured two days of seminars, hands-on
labs, and great discussions on implementing products and technology in
today’s industry. The continued success
to this event is attributed to our loyal
customers and the hard work that both
Kendall Electric and Rockwell Automation put into this event.
RAOTM offered over 18 different hands
on labs and 54 unique technical seminars. Topics ranged from basic programming techniques, wireless communications, process, drives, motion
control, manufacturing intelligence,
safety, and networks, to name a few.
People walked away with information to
help increase productivity, build equipment more cost effectively, manage
production assets, reduce downtime,
save energy, and much more.
I would like to personally thank Rockwell
Automation, our manufacturers, and all
of the Kendall employees that participated in the event. Most of all I would like
to thank our customers. This event is
truly about supporting and educating our
customers not only on the products that
we sell and support, but on topics that
can help them be more successful in the
businesses that they support.
Thanks again and look for similar events
in the near future.
Kevin Geesin
Automation and Control
Sales Manager
Kendall Electric, Inc.
Kendall Electric Inc.
5101 S. Sprinkle Rd.
Portage, MI 49002
PRESORTED STANDARD
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PAID
KALAMAZOO MI
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KENDALL ELECTRIC INCORPORATED LOCATIONS
Alpena, MI 49707
1240 US23 North
989-356-3411
1-800-968-3411
Battle Creek, MI 49037
131 Grand Trunk Ave
269-965-6897
Fax : 269-965-6899
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
832 Scribner Ave., N.W.
616-459-8327
1-800-442-2523
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
1405 South M-139
269-925-3244
1-800-255-5214
Grand Rapids-S. MI 49512
4525 44th St. SE
616-459-8327
1-800-968-9880
Lansing, MI 48917
7633 Lanac St.
517-322-2411
1-800-292-0802
Cadillac, MI 49601
909 W. 13th Street
231-775-9734
1-800-442-1711
Coldwater, MI 49036
646 E. Chicago Rd.
517-278-4518
1-800-695-5464
Jenison, MI 49428
6726 Roger Dr.
616-662-0185
1-800-968-9880
Holland, MI 49424
11581 Greenway Dr.
616-396-4625
1-800-968-4625
Muskegon, MI 49442
1699 Wierengo Dr.
231-773-6621
1-800-968-6621
Midland, MI 48642
4600 James Savage Rd.
989-496-3600
1-800-968-3600
Sturgis, MI 49091
700 N. Centerville Rd.
269-651-9495
1-800-916-1958
Three Rivers, MI 49093
1201 W. Broadway
269-273-8644
1-800-632-2011
Grand Haven, MI 49417
1436 Fulton Ave.
616-844-7017
Portage, MI 49002
5101 S. Sprinkle Rd.
269-345-0101
1-800-227-3674
Petoskey, MI 49770
1915 Fochtman Ind. Park Dr.
231-347-2646
Traverse City, MI 49686
2458 N Aero Park Ct.
231-946-7262
1-800-968-7262
Saginaw, MI 48604
5420 Davis Rd.
989-752-4181
1-800-968-4181
Wyoming, MI 49509
1100 58th St. SW
616-406-1555
Angola, IN 46703
Auburn, IN 46706 Fort Wayne, IN 46825 Kendallville, IN 46755
2795 Woodhull Drive 1200 S. Grandstaff Ave.
415 Ley Road
109 S. Allen Chapel Rd.
260-665-2098
260-927-1530
260-484-0755
260-347-3190
1-800-368-1017
1-800-525-2842
1-800-552-0999
1-800-525-2841
La Porte, IN 46350
915 Boyd Blvd. 219-362-2019
1-800-728-4331
219- 872-0628 Mich. City
Chattanooga, TN 37408
2310 Rossville Blvd.
423-698-4471
1-888-263-6673
Knoxville, TN 37922
170 Mabry Hood Rd.
865-546-8755
1-800-532-8742
Call the Kendall Electric
location nearest you for all
of your electrical needs.
Mishawaka, IN 46544
4905 Lincolnway E.
574-259-0026
1-800-682-4528
Cleveland,TN 37323
2395 Shady Lane
423-479-2639
1-800-472-4547
Newport, TN 37821
133 Highway 25E
423-623-5650
1-888-264-0411
Birmingham, AL 35222
3317 5th Ave. S.
205-254-3192
1-800-605-3192
Kingsport, TN 37660
1241 Jan Way
423-246-8151
1-800-775-3530
Jackson, TN 37801
25 American Dr.
731-423-0134
1-800-467-1155
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
745 Emory Valley Rd.
865-482-4906
1-800-832-8742
Montgomery, AL 36116
6064 Perimeter Pkwy.
334-356-1845
1-866-711-8021
Warsaw, IN 46580
1095 Fisher Ave.
574-267-8168
1-800-421-5214
Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
117 Golf Rd.
865-453-4638
1-800-532-8742
Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
1323 Whigham Pl.
205-759-5716
800-263-8393
Dalton, GA 30720
1020 S. Hamilton St.
706-275-4400
1-800-342-7629
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