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CENTERLINE 2100
Motor Control Center
-
SecureConnect™

September 1, 2011

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Agenda

1. CENTERLINE 2100 Motor Control Centers

2. Rockwell Automation Electrical Safety Approach

3. Overview and Benefits

4. Key Safety Features & Interlocks

5. Remote Operator

SecureConnect

6. Retrofit Capabilities

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CENTERLINE 2100 Motor Control Centers

Solid grounding system to

help reduce shock hazards

Designs are certified to

UL and NEMA standards

Fully isolated enclosures

for maximum fault
containment

No control or power

terminations in vertical
wireway


Consistent design allowing

for backward compatibility


Automatic shutters help

minimize exposure to

energized power bus

Continuous horizontal

bus isolation provides

enhanced electrical safety

Designed to meet the safety needs of an Industrial Environment

Integrates Control &
Power in one centralized
package


Industry Leading MCC Design


1
st

to produce an Arc Rated MCC to meet NEMA &
IEC Standards


Cost effective way to reduce Hazard Risk
Category


NFPA70E 2012 recognized for HRC reduction


Meets IEEE Standards for Arc Resistant Equipment


C37.20.7for Type 2 Accessibility

Intelligent Motor Control

Technology

Rockwell Automation Electrical Safety Approach

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Preconfigured user interface used for
remote monitoring & troubleshooting


Removes workers from inside arc flash boundary


Use of intelligent motor control devices
helps workers avoid unnecessary tasks


Worker risk mitigation & higher productivity

Intelligent Motor Control

Technology

Rockwell Automation Electrical Safety Approach

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Industry Leading MCC Design


1
st

to produce an Arc Rated MCC to meet NEMA &
IEC Standards


Cost effective way to reduce Hazard Risk
Category


NFPA70E 2012 recognized for HRC reduction


Meets IEEE Standards for Arc Resistant Equipment


C37.20.7for Type 2 Accessibility

Intelligent Motor Control

Technology

Rockwell Automation Electrical Safety Approach


Wide variety of devices and designs that
give better visual awareness & dexterity


Help add clarity & ease when performing tasks


Allows safe interaction with MCC


Higher productivity without sacrificing safety

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Preconfigured user interface used for
remote monitoring & troubleshooting


Removes workers from inside arc flash boundary


Use of intelligent motor control devices
helps workers avoid unnecessary tasks


Worker risk mitigation & higher productivity


Industry Leading MCC Design


1
st

to produce an Arc Rated MCC to meet NEMA &
IEC Standards


Cost effective way to reduce Hazard Risk
Category


NFPA70E 2012 recognized for HRC reduction


Meets IEEE Standards for Arc Resistant Equipment


C37.20.7for Type 2 Accessibility

Intelligent Motor Control

Technology

Rockwell Automation Electrical Safety Approach

Help Strengthen & Enhance
Electrical Safety Programs

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Wide variety of devices and designs that
give better visual awareness & dexterity


Help add clarity & ease when performing tasks


Allows safe interaction with MCC


Higher productivity without sacrificing safety


Preconfigured user interface used for
remote monitoring & troubleshooting


Removes workers from inside arc flash boundary


Use of intelligent motor control devices
helps workers avoid unnecessary tasks


Worker risk mitigation & higher productivity


Industry Leading MCC Design


1
st

to produce an Arc Rated MCC to meet NEMA &
IEC Standards


Cost effective way to reduce Hazard Risk
Category


NFPA70E 2012 recognized for HRC reduction


Meets IEEE Standards for Arc Resistant Equipment


C37.20.7for Type 2 Accessibility

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Rockwell Automation Electrical Safety Approach

Selection Criteria for
Customer
Safety Requirements`

Intelligent Motor
Controls

Personnel Safety
Features

Arc Resistant and
Containment

Remote operation

Certified arc resistance design

Advanced

diagnostics and
troubleshooting

Pre
-
configured and factory tested

Link to enterprise business systems

Reduces risk

of incidental contact

UL certified designs

Meets IEEE test standards

Reduces exposure

to arc flash energy

Ability to design your MCC with what matters to your electrical safety program

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SecureConnect™ Overview


Personnel safety feature that allows operators to disconnect power from
a MCC plug
-
in unit without opening the enclosure door or being in the
arc flash boundary
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Provide a safer work environment with SecureConnect


Address the growing concern of
working inside the arc flash
boundary on live equipment


Proactively address known hazards
identified by major safety
organizations and standards


NEC 2011


IEEE 1584 & C37.20.7


NFPA70E 2012


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Use of safety features varies depending on MCC design

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SecureConnect Benefits

Reduce Electrical Shock and Exposure to Harmful Voltages


Connect and Disconnect unit stabs without having to be exposed to
live electrical parts


Remote operator allows you to work outside the arc
-
flash boundary of the MCC



Further mitigate safety risk using
our patented multi
-
point validation
system


Provides redundant indication for
disconnect position


Enhanced compliance with
NFPA70E Section 110.3 for your
Electrical Safety Program


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SecureConnect Benefits

Higher Availability


Electrically isolates the equipment that needs servicing without
impact to other operating equipment


Helps eliminate unintended downtime caused by troubleshooting
electrical faults


Reduces the need for live electrical work permits and
maintenance by removing voltage from line side of unit


Minimal impact to current or future electrical design


No impact to Space Factor of units


Apply to select units or all units in MCC line
-
up


No special tools required; a simple ¼” hex driver and socket
wrench required


Improve safety functionality with no impact on unit size

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Key Safety Features

Stab Housing Shutters


Two sets of shutters for increased electrical isolation


Bus cover and stab housing shutters


Shutters are only opened when a connection to the Vertical Power Bus is
needed


Provides additional protection of power stabs when unit is removed from structure


Limit switch provides feedback to indicate the shutters are closed

Shutters Open

Shutters Closed

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Key Safety Features

Power Stab Withdrawal

Simple use of continuity to verify electrical power has been
completely removed from unit

Series circuit using
power stabs in
withdrawn position

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Mechanical Lock
-
outs


When the Disconnect Operator is in the “Off”
position, a mechanical lock
-
out can be applied to
prevent the stabs from being placed in the
Connected position


Any standard lock
-
out tag
-
out device can be used
to secure the lock
-
out mechanism


If a lock
-
out tag
-
out device is placed on the lock
-
out mechanism, the door can be opened





Versatile interlock mechanism designed to
make servicing safer

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Mechanical Interlocks

Three mechanical interlocks are provided to help ensure safe operation
of your
SecureConnect

units:






Tamper

Resistant
Interlocks

Stab Withdrawal Interlock


prevents unit from having the stabs
Disconnected from the vertical bus while the Disconnect Operator is in
the ‘On’ position.

Tool Insertion Interlock


prevents accessibility to the
SecureConnect

access port while the Disconnect Operator is in the “On” position.

Defeatable

Interlock

Unit Insertion & Removal Interlock


prevents unit from being inserted
or withdrawn while the stabs are in the “Connected” position.

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Remote Operator Option


Allows you to work outside the arc
-
flash boundary of the MCC while
Connecting and Disconnecting unit stabs


Provides indication for safe entry back inside Arc Flash boundary


24 VDC Motor


Allows for operation

up to 30 feet away

Attach the remote operator
mechanism to the front of the
SecureConnect

unit

Release Mechanism

24 VDC

To 120 VAC

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Retrofit Capabilities

Protect your investment and continue to support our industry leading
design and install base


Retrofit kits will be available through the Customer Support & Maintenance
field service engineers:


Modification of existing bus covers to new Series P of CENTERLINE 2100 MCC

o
Allows you to use existing units along with new SecureConnect units without
any other modification


Labor to remove existing units, support pans, and ground bus, and any additional
hardware to modify existing bus covers


Retrofit kits do NOT include new SecureConnect units


Units must be purchased as a separate item


Contact your local Rockwell Automation Sales Engineer or Distributor for
more information






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CENTERLINE 2100
Motor Control Center
-
SecureConnect

August 4, 2011