1 Stratix 8000 and 8300 . Industrial Ethernet switches Benefits: High network performance and throughput Layer 3 routing Optimized enterprise integration Management and diagnostics from within both IT and controls environment Removable CompactFlash stores configuration for easy device replacement Default configurations for Industrial automation and Ethernet /IP devices (Global and Smartports). Best of Rockwell Automation CIP interface to the Integrated Architecture RSLogix 5000 for configuration via Add on Profiles (see Figure 1). Predefined Logix tags for diagnostics The Rockwell Automation Stratix 8000/8300 Industrial Ethernet switch FactoryTalk View Faceplates for status line with Cisco technology is the first of its kind.
2 This modular managed monitoring and alarming switch line uses the current Cisco Catalyst switch architecture and feature set, along with powerful configuration tools, helping to provide secure Best of Cisco integration with the enterprise network using tools familiar to IT. Secure integration with enterprise network professionals. At the same time, it allows easy setup and diagnostics from Cisco internet operating system (IOS ) within the Rockwell Automation Integration Architecture using tools Cisco Catalyst switch architecture/ familiar to manufacturing professionals. feature set Common configuration tools; command line The Stratix 8000 is a Layer 2 switch.
3 The Stratix 8300 embodies the same interface (CLI), Cisco network assistant (CNA) capabilities as the Stratix 8000, but is a Layer 3 switch that supports and Device Manager (see Figure 2) routing between Subnets and VLANs. Kevin Seeley, ITS Manager at Rockwell Automation and Cisco Working Together Kimberly-Clark Corporation believes Manufacturers need valuable data and business agility to meet the the partnership between Rockwell changing needs of today's customers and are turning to their IT and Automation and Cisco Systems is the first automation engineering professionals to make it happen. step in helping address needed industry standards and best practices.
4 Their reference The most successful are integrating control and information to architecture model is a foundational building streamline processes and gain access to better information to help block for delivering security and reliability for improve business performance. the interconnected manufacturing and corporate systems worlds. Companies will be To encourage and support this trend to network convergence, Rockwell looking to Rockwell Automation and Cisco Automation and Cisco are collaborating to provide the necessary advice, Systems over the coming months to continue tools, and resources - the most significant being Reference Architectures the momentum in developing and leading the market in establishing a common set of for manufacturing - in addition to design guidance, educational standards and best practices for the webcasts and the Stratix 8000/8300 Industrial Ethernet switch lines.
5 Manufacturing infrastructure environment.. Layer 3 Routing As the evolution of Ethernet on the plant floor continues to grow exponentially with new applications such as motion, safety and I/O, IP traffic has increased significantly and proper segmentation to the network is becoming more important. VLANs become a best practice to segment networks by function rather than location in the plant. The Stratix 8300 with Layer 3 functionality provides communications between the segmented networks for better performance, better security and protection from broadcast storms on the network. Proper segmentation allows users to: Figure 1: The Stratix 8000 and Stratix 8300 product line offers premier Get beyond performance bottlenecks of collapsed architectures integration into the Integrated Architecture via an RSLogix 5000 Add on Profile.
6 Avoid the high cost of expanding plant networks when increasing production by adding new machines Reduce costs and improve performance compared to software-based routers Protect against broadcast storms while allowing workstations access to the required resources Base Modules Expansion Modules Figure 2: The Cisco Network Assistant (CAN) is applicable to both IT and control system personnel and provides both switch configuration and network management assistance. Additionally, IT can manage the Stratix 8000 and Stratix 8300 switches using the Cisco Command Line Interface (CLI) and Device Manager, a web tool embedded in the switch, provides configuration and diagnostics similar to any embedded web page in Ethernet /IP devices.
7 Specifications Environmental Certifications Dimensions Base Modules 1783-MS06T 6 port Layer 2 managed Power Input: 24/48 VDC Class 1 Div 2 147 mm H 152 mm W 112 mm D. 1783-MS10T 10 port Layer 2 managed Operating Temp: -40 C to 60 C c-UL-us 1783-RMS06T 6 port Layer 3 managed Enclosure Rating: IP20 CE. 1783-RMS10T 10 port Layer 3 managed Operating Shock: 20g C-Tick Expansion Modules Vibration: 2g@10-50 OHz Ex Humidity: 5-95% Condensing Ethernet /IP. 1783-MX08T 8 port copper 147 mm H 97 mm W 112 mm D. Fanless Operation Marine*. 1783-MX08F 8 port fiber Fiber Optic Uplink (SFPs). 1783-SFP100FX 100 Base-FX Multimode Transceiver 1783-SFP100LX 100 Base-LX Multimode Transceiver 1783-SFP1 GSX 1000 Base-SX Multimode Transceiver 1783-SFP1 GLX 1000 Base-LX Multimode Transceiver *For specific Marine agency compliance More detailed information is available in the Stratix 8000 Installation Manual Publication 1783-IN005D-EN-P.
8 Stratix 8000, Stratix 8300, Allen-Bradley, FactoryTalk View, Integrated Architecture, , Rockwell Software and RSLogix 5000 are trademarks of Rockwell Automation Inc. Ethernet /IP is a trademark of ODVA. Cisco Technology logo, IOS and Catalyst are registered trademarks of Cisco. Trademarks not belonging to Rockwell Automation or Cisco are property of their respective companies. Publication ENET PP002B EN-P January 2010 Copyright 2010 Rockwell Automation, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Printed in USA.