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Freedom DeviceNet MCCs

Freedom 12 Unit with DN65 I/O Module

DN65 I/O Module

Space Efficiency

MCC Product Line Overview

Electromechanical
with basic communication

Freedom
DeviceNet

Solid State
with full communications

IT MCC

Advantage
DeviceNet

Smallest package with


onboard communiccations
and logic capability

Advantage
Solid State
communication capable

Freedom
Electromechical,
no communications

Communication / Information

DeviceNet I/O Module


Enables Freedom MCCs
for DeviceNet application
Cost effective solution for
discrete device communication
Ideal for Freedom, A200, IT
SSRV Starters and Life Extension
Units.
2 Relay Outputs
(5 Amp

continuous

/ 10 Amp Max)

4 Dc Inputs
24Vdc Bus Powered

DeviceNet I/O Module - Indicators


Functions:
MS/NS*
- indicates whether the device
has power and is operating
properly.

MacID
- indicates the address of the
device in 10s and 1s.

*See technical publication DN65TDP81001


for a full description of LED functions

DeviceNet I/O Module


ODVA Conformity
UL Approved
1 Catalog No.
Blank for device Mac ID
5 Amp relay Outputs
- direct control of starters
up to NEMA Size 5

24 Vdc Inputs - 15mA each


Typically 79mA total

63

DN65 DeviceNet I/O Module


DeviceNet
Communication
V+
VCAN_HI
CAN_LO
Shield - Not used
Relay Outputs

Solid State
Inputs

General
Connection
Diagram

DeviceNet I/O Module


0.88"
88
22,5mm

Ready to operate out of the box


Tested with CH Netview, CH Studio*

3.82

Tested with AB RSNetWorx


DN65 EDS file available on the MCC Intranet
=> Products/DeviceNet/Technical Info/EDS files
and New Cutler-Hammer Internet:
=> Current Products / MCC / Devicenet - Search

* Available 11/01

DN65 DeviceNet I/O Module


Comparison with WPONIDNA, DN50 Interfaces

Feature
Power Consumption
Device Profile
Panel Indicators
Power Source

DN65
15mA per point*
I/O Module
MS/NS, Mac ID, I/O
DeviceNet

WPONIDNA
28mA
Starter
MS, NS, NA
DeviceNet

* typical power consumption for 2 inputs, 1 output is 79mA


** can be powered from the network, but due to
large power (140mA) requirement, separate source is optimal

DN50
140mA
I/O Module
MS, NS, NA, I/O
Separate source**

DN65 DeviceNet I/O Module


Pricing
Available for Freedom MCCs - September 01 Release
List Price: $ 785. Each
Standard Price Includes:
- Start / Stop control wiring *
- Auxilliary Contact
- Overload Contact
Additional DN65 input point available for:
- Circuit Breaker Interface**
- $ 220 list (MCC Price List for 9/01)
DN6524250 Component
- available on Vista
- $ 223 list, Aftermarket Discount Level (1CD2C)
Life Extension / Upgrade Unit - p/n 4719A92G65
- includes DN65, Din Rail, Mounting Plate, screws
and DeviceNet unit drop cable
- $ 411 list (Aftermarket Discount schedule)
- Suitable for Freedom, A200 Unit mounting
* Pricing of Pilot devices not included in Standard Price
** Pricing of Breaker Aux Switch not included

DN65 DeviceNet I/O Module


Bid Manager Dialog Box - DeviceNet

DN65 Selection

Required

Required

Freedom MCC Positioning


Devicenet Technology Priceband

Standard Freedom

Freedom DeviceNet

Standard Advantage

Advantage DeviceNet

Add functionality
to traditional control

.24 - .28

.26 - .28

.28 - .30

.28 - .32

Freedom DeviceNet Pricing


Comparison to Advantage DeviceNet MCC
Quotation Example:
25 starters: size 1-5 (FVNR / FVR)
1-150Hp IT SSRV Starter

Advantage DeviceNet: $ 120,039 list @ .28 => $ 33,610.


Freedom DeviceNet:

$ 103075 list @ .28 => $ 28,861

Delta is 14.3% (Starters and DeviceNet interfaces)

DN65 DeviceNet I/O Module


Sales Support Resources

Available in Bid Manager - Sept 01 Release


Stock item (limited quantities) - Fayetteville, NC
Freedom Starter and IT SSRV Demo units with DN65
- Available for IAEs, Service Centers
Technical Pub: DN65TDP81001 via MCC Intranet site
- Specifications, Quick Starts, Wiring Diagrams, Setup Info

DeviceNet Installed Cost Analysis


Comparison of WPONIDNA and DN65 Interfaces

DeviceNet Benefit
$400,000
$350,000
$300,000

DeviceNet Benefit
$400,000

$336,000

$360,000

$350,000
$300,000

$250,000

Installed cost

$250,000

Installed cost

$200,000
$150,000

Production
Revenue

$200,000
$150,000

Production
Revenue

$100,000
$50,000

$53,461

$0

Advantage with WPONIDNA


(including CTs for starter current)

Installed Cost Benefit


Production Revenue Benefit

$100,000
$50,000

$63,095

$0

Freedom with DN65


(including Breaker Aux)

Freedom DeviceNet MCC Competition


AB Intellicenter, Centerline MCC with DSA Module:
- with Nema, IEC contactors
- with SMP, E3 Overloads
Siemens Smart MCC with ASI Module
- 3RB10 / BR12
- ESP 100 Overload
Square D OmniCenter with Seriplex Modules
- with NEMA, IEC contactors
- with Motor Logix overload
For more details on competitive offerings, consult the
Cutler-Hammer DeviceNet playbook

Freedom DeviceNet / DN65 KEY POINTS

The DN65 offering is not just about I/O; It is about selling more MCCs:
- Migrate Freedom users up the technology curve comfortably
- Retain A200 users by simplifying wiring with more functionality
You have more MCC choices to use for the variety of customer needs:
- Freedom DeviceNet: discrete functionality with wire savings
- traditional electromechanical with connectivity
- Advantage DeviceNet: full starter control, diagnostics, monitoring
- solid state starter, reduced footprint, intelligence
Another Cutler-Hammer Point of Difference
- Customers can have the traditional, proven electromechanical
Freedom Starter with the Connectivity benefits of DeviceNet