Raising the standard Upgrading the Series 90-30

Raising the standard Upgrading the Series 90-30
Raising the standard
Upgrading the Series 90-30
October 2015
Imagination at work
Series 90-30 - the most versatile
controller in history
CPU 311/313/323
CPU
33x/34x/35x/36x
• Backplane CPU
• 5 and 10 slot
versions
• Mainly used for
simple I/O control
• Modular
• Serial Ports
• Special module
(PCM/CMM) Support
for additional
functionality and
communications
• Expansion
• Built in Ethernet (10/100Mg)
• Highest performance
CPU 37x
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Now raise your control to an
advanced analytical machine!
Raising the standard is an easy upgrade
All you need to start is a rack, power supply, and a CPU
Improved communications
Integrated Ethernet along with modern USB
for serial or memory sticks
Keep your existing footprint even the screws!
The new racks provides the same footprint and mounting holes.
PACSystems RX3i
Keep expansion
I/O too!
Safe power
No more lithium
batteries new
energy pack
efficient, safe and
lasts up to 5
years. Plus a
connector for
isolated 24VDC
Grounding Bar for I/O
Reduced wiring
Expansion rack cables
plus right into a
conversion module
slot
Series 90-30
Additional high
speed backplane
Over 100 times faster
than Series 90-30
using new modules for
RX3i!
Frugal power
Smaller form factor,
higher capacity
I/O module compatibility
Move your I/O from old system to new with out disturbing wires or
buying new I/O. Add hot swap capability to many modules!
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Click and go software upgrade
Everything moves quickly a few clicks and go!
Direct import of LM90 program to Proficy
Machine edition
Keep all your logic, hardware I/O configuration, and
names
Expand your programming
even ask us about
MatLab!
Complete conversion
with change report
details
Any changes or issues
highlighted
Advance your process
Take your simple PID loops to a
full process control application
with Proficy Process Systems
PACSystems RX3i has smart choices
Part No.
IC695CPE305
(CPU with
Energy Pack*)
IC695CPE330 (CPU only)
IC695CPK330 (CPU with
Energy Pack*)
IC695CPE310
(CPU with Energy
Pack*)
Speed
1G Atom
1G AMD Dual Core SoC
2+ times faster than CPU320
1G Atom
Storage
5MB
64MB
10MB
Redundancy Support
Ethernet Port
Ethernet Communications
USB Interface
Yes**
1 - 10/100
SRTP Client/Server
Modbus TCP/IP
OPC-UA Server
EGD Class 1
1 USB-A 2.0
Memory Card
Other Interface
Environmental
1- 10/100/1000
1- 2-port switch 10/100/1000
SRTP Client/Server
Modbus TCP/IP
OPC-UA Server
EGD Class 1
PROFINET***
1 USB-A 2.0
1 - 10/100
SRTP Client/Server
Modbus TCP/IP
OPC-UA Server
EGD Class 1
1 USB-A 2.0
1 CFast (High speed Compact flash)***
1 RS-232
°C
1 RS-232
1 RS-485
°C
*Energy Pak provides power during power failure while data is written to NV RAM ***Available with a firmware update later
°C
Upgrade communication to simplify, add power
The PACSystems PROFINET advantage
Ethernet where you need it
If you need more connections,
additional Ethernet modules are
available with built in switch and
supporting all your favorite
protocols (EGD, Modbus TCP/IP,
SRTP, DNP3, IEC-60870-5-104)
ETM
Ultimate simplicity to
distribute I/O vast distances.
with integrated switches,
cable types, and setup for
fast deployment and easy
maintenance. Provide high
availability with smart
synchronization simple, fast
and seamless
Copper or Fiber, up to 1GB
SFPs to interchange the types of
media to fit your need
Talk to more with less effort
Improved Fieldbus and Serial capability
give you provide multiple ways to
communicate to legacy devices or
systems. Use built in advanced
algorithms in the CPU to turn data into
commands or information.
Expand your system or use to
replace an aging GENIUS
infrastructure with an open secure
LAN for now and the future
Is your backplane PLC a control or an I/O drop?
Series 90-30
Backplane CPUs
Upgrading backplane CPUs
EmptyA B
Embedded
Backplane
C
A
B
C
Loaded
E
Embedded
Backplane
A. EPROM slot for firmware
B. EPROM slot for user program up to 6K
bytes
C. Power Supply slot
D. Battery storage
E. Serial port connection
F. No expansion connector
D
D
E
F G
F
A. Connections for external 24VDC power for
modules
B. Slot connectors for RX3i high performance
modules or Series 90-30 modules
C. Grounding bar
D. Mounting holes - the same dimensions as
Series 90-30 rack
E. No battery energy pack for memory backup
for 5 years+
F. Small single slot DC power supply
G. Single slot CPU with 5MB user memory and
onboard Ethernet
H. Support for Series 90-30 I/O up to 160
discrete points
H
• New IC695CPE305 gives you:
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AAbility to move existing program to directly to new CPU with minimalDchanges in configuration
More performance and room to expand application
More storage for data or documentation
Instant Ethernet connection for programming and application communication all in a secure manner.
Additional built in serial communication for older device connectivity possibly reducing the need for older ASCII/Basic
modules or special 3rd party comm modules.
Real time clock onboard
B
E
C
F
• Move your I/O to new backplane with no rewiring or reprogramming with most I/O becoming hot
swappable in new rack
Upgrading backplane CPUs used as I/O drops
Ethernet drop (EGD)
with CMM321
GENIUS drop with
BEM331 or CMM302
RX3i with rack and
PROFINET Scanner
CEP with RX3i module
(1 or 2 I/O module drop)
• Backplane CPU as I/O drop with configuration and data handling pre-programmed in USER EPROM
• Communication module takes up 1 slot leaving 4 slots of I/O.
• Conversion is simple and provides more capability in either same space or less
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•
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Moving from EGD to PROFINET requires no change in wiring but increase speed and capacity
No need for program maintenance at drop all is configured in main controller program and downloaded over
network. Only the main controller has a user program.
Using a DC power supply can provide an additional slot available for more I/O.
With PNS capability to pass thru communications, other functions such as local OI can be run right off the drop.
If only need 1 or 2 modules at drop, the CEP offers even lower cost and smaller footprint allowing you more space to
advance application
• GCG can also be used to migrate GENIUS drops to PROFINET in a step by step migration plan
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Taking your control to the next level10
Modular CPUs
Upgrading is easy as 123 Step 1
First determine your CPU and connectivity
• With even the low end CPU offering speed and connectivity it
easy to replace a modular Series 90-30. First take a look at
your system. Does it have Ethernet on the CPU? Does it have
here? Does it have standalone Ethernet module?
Typical CPU and communications set up
CPE305
CPE310
CEP330
Modular CPU without Ethernet on board and no other communications ( 1
module)
Modular CPU without Ethernet on board and a PCM/CMM (2)
Modular CPU without Ethernet on board and an Ethernet module (2)
Modular CPU without Ethernet on board and a PCM/CMM and an Ethernet
module (3)
Modular CPU with embedded Ethernet (1)
Modular CPU with embedded Ethernet and a PCM/CMM (2)
Modular CPU with embedded Ethernet and an Ethernet module (2)
Modular CPU with embedded Ethernet and a PCM/CMM and an Ethernet
module (3)
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Add CMM
module
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Step 2 Pick your base rack and power
Gain extra slots with RX3i modular power supply
• The RX3i is set up to mount in exactly the same mounting
holes as the Series 90-30 rack
• Racks are replaced as follows
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•
•
IC693CHS391 (10 slot) replaced by IC695CHS012 (12 slot)
IC693CHS397 (5 slot) replaced by IC695CHS007 (7 slot)
The extra slots come from the ability of the power supply to be
located in different positions along the rack.
• Power Supplies are replaced as follows:
•
IC693PWR321/330 (100-240VAC) replaced by IC695PSA040 (single supply in rack only) or IC695PSA140 (multi purpose can
have more than 1 in rack for load sharing or redundancy)
•
IC693PWR322/331 (24VDC) replaced by IC695PSD040 (single supply in rack only) or IC695PSD140 (multi purpose can have
more than 1 in rack for load sharing or redundancy)
•
•
•
The RX3i AC power supply takes 2 slots similar to the 90-30 AC supply.
The RX3i DC power supply takes 1 slot while the 90-30 DC supply took 2. You gain a slot in convergence!
If using IC693PWR328 for 48VDC will need to convert to 24VDC supply.
• Move your I/O from older main rack to new rack and gain new capability
•
•
Nearly all the I/O modules will move directly and become hot swappable check Installation manual GFK-2314 to see
the capability of all modules
GENIUS LANs will move directly over. If you are thinking about changing the GENIUS network check out our presentation
on Step by Step Upgrade of GENIUS
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Connect 90-30 expansion or remote
racks easily to new base rack
• The RX3i Local/Remote Expansion small
module (IC695LRE001) attaches to the RX3i
rack without taking a slot.
• Quickly attach your 90-30 expansion/remote
5 or 10 slot racks
(IC693CHS398/399/392/393) to a RX3i 12 slot
or 16 Slot base using the existing cabling
• The base RX3i 7 Slot rack does not have
ability to add the LRE but often a RX3i 12 slot
rack can replace the entire system!
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Step 3 Convert your application
Import from Logicmaster 90, CIMPLICITY Control, or simply
change a PROFICY Machine Edition target to PACSystems RX3i
Step by step what happens:
Hardware Configuration Conversion
Reset to default Rx3i hardware configuration
Common CPU Parameters copied over (Including
Ethernet Parameters)
EGD converted to new organization
Supported Modules carried over to Rx3i Racks
Logic Conversion
Timers and Counters converted if there is room in the
grid (PAC has CV Output)
All non-nested MCR, LABEL, converted to their nested
version
*** No execution differences to report *** Logic
execution same as original
All service request functions reported
All system variables used that are not supported
reported (#SNPXACT - %S17)
All C blocks removed and reported (add back in or
change)
Any unsupported functions reported (SER)
All SVC_REQ functions reported
Target Conversion Report
Displayed in Info Viewer
Saved in Supplemental Files directory
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Optional Moving GENIUS to PROFINET
Convert GENIUS LAN to PROFINET
Migrate your existing Genius system without re-wiring your I/O.
For systems that use Genius I/O blocks we offer the GCG which
allows communication via Profinet to existing Genius I/O in a
lower-cost, phased migration without rewiring the Genius I/O
Unlock your data. PROFINET connectivity to minimizes disruptions
to your operations while giving you greater performance insight.
GENIUS Communication Gateway (GCG)
Simplify Migration.
Keep your application
program and your data.
Series 90 Controllers with GENIUS Distributed I/O
Secure your Investment.
Secure your network
deployments
Check out the details on
different types of GENIUS
architecture conversions
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See how easy and low cost it is to
upgrade, improve now and later
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Raise to a higher standard RX3i
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Designed with past In mind
Proven in use
Setting you up for future
High performance
Secure and reliable
Increased operational
Intelligence
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