Holt Electric`s Solutions Symposium

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Holt Electric’s

Solutions Symposium

Wednesday, May 18th - 8:30am - 8:00pm

Thursday, May 19th - 8:30am - 3:00pm

Tommy G Thompson Youth Center - WI State Fair Park

640 S 84th St., West Allis WI 53214

Directions: Enter Through "Gate 5" Sign from South 84th St.

May 18, 2016 and May 19, 2016

Come all day or simply come for a seminar or two, the choice is up to you!

Register online at: http://www.revereelectric.com/training-events/calendar/revere-event/SS2016

Holt Electric has been providing cost-effective solutions to customers in Southern Wisconsin for over 100 years.

Holt will be sponsoring a Solutions Symposium which will showcase multiple seminars in the targeted areas of Connected Enterprise, Modernization, Power

Quality & Energy Management, Safety, Drives & Motion Control, and Process.

In addition to the seminars, we will be displaying revolutionary product offerings for all of the above mentioned disciplines, with the support of our broad range of vendor partners. Our experienced Solution Specialists and manufacturer representatives will be on-hand to answer questions.

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Industrial

Automation

Enclosures,

Cable

Management

Energy Efficient

Lighting

OTHER VENDORS

ACP

- ThinManager, Virtual Machines, ThinClients

Alpha

- Servo Gearboxes, Linear Actuators

AMCI -

PLC Modules, Stepper Motors and Controls

Apex

- Servo Gearboxes

APQ

- Power Quality Solutions, Power Factor Correction

Baldor

– AC Motors

Bonitron

- Regen Modules

Cisco

- Networking Products

Crouse-Hinds

- Fittings, LED Industrial

Dialight

- LED Industrial

E-Drive

- Linear Actuators

Elwood

- Servo Motors, Explosion Proof

eWON

- Remote Access

Exlar

- Linear Actuators, Roller Screw

Flextronics

- LED Industrial

FLIR

- Thermal Imaging

Forberg Scientific

- Endress+Hauser, Process Instrumentation

Focus on Energy

– Energy Incentives

Grace

- Grace Ports, Safety Devices

Helukabel -

Industrial Cable and Wire Products

Hub City

– Gearboxes, Couplings, Bearings

IPC(Postglover)

- Braking Resistors

Itoh-Denki

- Motorized Power Rollers

Electrical &

Network

Solutions

Fuses, Connectors,

Power Distribution

Boxes, Fittings,

Hazardous

Environments

LinMot

- Linear Motors, Linear Actuators

Marathon Cables

- Servo and VFD Cabling

Marathon Motors

- AC Motors

Molex

- Communication Solutions

Nexen

- Linear Couplings, Roller Pinion, Linear Brakes

Nook

- Screw Assemblies, Linear Actuators

Online Development (OLDI)

– Data Exchange, Controller to

Controller Module

Paletti

- Guarding, Linear Belt Drive Actuators

Pepperl+Fuchs

- Intrinsically Safe Solutions

Power Ohm

- Braking Resistors, Load Banks, Brake Modules

ProSoft

- Communication Solutions for Rockwell Automation

Reiku

- Robotic Cable Management

Rollon

– Linear Guidance, Actuators

Softing

- Transactional Database Solutions

Spectrum Controls

- I/O Modules, HMI & Communications

Stratus Technologies

– Fault Tolerant Servers, High Availability

Software

Stober

- Servo & Power Transmission Gearboxes

TCI

- Reactors, Motor Protection, Harmonic & EMC Filters

Waldman -

LED Industrial

WEG

- AC Motors

Register online at: http://www.revereelectric.com/training-events/calendar/revere-event/SS2016 or contact Brooke Skarda (262) 369-3795, [email protected]

Register before May 17th and receive your free parking pass with registration confirmation.

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Solutions Symposium

Wednesday, May 18th - 8:30am - 8:00pm

Thursday, May 19th - 8:30am - 3:00pm

LOCATION: Tommy G Thompson Youth Center

WI State Fair Park, 640 S 84th St.,

West Allis WI 53214

Directions: Enter Through "Gate 5" Sign from

South 84th St.

SHOW

FLOOR

ENTRANCE

Register online at: http://www.revereelectric.com/training-events/calendar/revere-event/SS2016 or contact Brooke Skarda (262) 369-3795, [email protected]

Register before May 17th and receive your free parking pass with registration confirmation.

Session Title

Hands-On-Labs Pg1

(each lab is 30-45 minutes and is first come, first serve)

Session Description

L01 - Developing Safety

Applications Using the

GuardLogix® Integrated Safety

Controller Platform

In this lab, you’ll learn how to use GuardLogix Integrated Safety Systems to support intermediate level to complex safety applications - using a single controller and programming environment for safety, discrete, motion, and drive functions, and with seamless connectivity to plant-wide information systems.

L02 - Applying Basic EtherNet/IP

Features in Converged Plant-wide

Ethernet Architectures

EtherNet/IP enables both seamless plant-wide information and convergence of industrial and non-industrial network traffic, while maintaining real-time communication for control applications. This hands-on lab will cover a variety of techniques, best practices, software and products using EtherNet/IP. This lab will provide

Stratix 5700™ and Stratix 8000™ hardware familiarization; configure the Stratix 5700™ using Device

Manager; configure the Stratix 8000™ using the Add-On Instruction and controller tags in Studio 5000®; and

Stratix™ FactoryTalk® View faceplates for diagnostics.

L03 - Applying Advanced

EtherNet/IP Features in Converged

Plant-wide Ethernet Architectures

EtherNet/IP enables both seamless plant-wide information sharing and convergence of industrial and non-industrial network traffic, while maintaining real-time communication for control applications. This hands-on lab will cover a variety of techniques, best practices, software and products using EtherNet/IP.

It will also demonstrate Network Address Translation (NAT) in Layer 2 and Layer 3 architectures, VLAN segmentation and connected routing. A prior understanding of general Ethernet concepts is recommended.

L05 - PowerFlex® Drives

Configuration and Programming

Learn how to quickly and easily configure PowerFlex AC drives. From the built-in human interface module, to Connected Components Workbench™ software or the Rockwell Software Studio 5000® Logix

Designer, we provide you with powerful, intuitive tools to help enhance your user experience and reduce your development time so you can deliver machines faster and more efficiently. Finally see how automatic device configuration can help save valuable time to get your machines back on line faster.

L06 - Developing Safety

Applications Using the

Guardmaster® 440C-CR30

Software Configurable Safety Relay

In this lab, you'll learn to use the Guardmaster 440C-CR30 Software Configurable Safety Relay to support small to intermediate level safety applications. Built to meet PLe/SIL 3 requirements, and featuring 22 embedded safety I/O points and a USB programming port, the 440C-CR30 safety relay is configured with

Connected Components Workbench™ software. A new EtherNet/IP plug-in module is now available for communicating diagnostic information to a Logix controller.

L08 - Tools That Simplify Product

Sizing and Selection

L09 - Integrated Motion on

EtherNet/IP

L11 - Building Applications with

FactoryTalk View SE and

FactoryTalk ViewPoint

Develop basic competency in using Integrated Architecture Builder (IAB), Motion Analyzer (MA) and

ProposalWorks (PW) to develop valid bills of material for projects and output reports. Attendees will learn how to configure systems in IAB, size a drive in MA and assemble a proposal/quote in

ProposalWorks.

Learn how to configure, program, and commission a CompactLogix™ 5370 controller with integrated motion on EtherNet/IP using the new Kinetix® 5500 servo drives and PowerFlex® 527 variable frequency drives.

If you are new to FactoryTalk® View Site Edition, or need a refresher on basics, this hands-on lab allows you to pick and choose from subjects related the basic building blocks for a FactoryTalk® Site Edition application. Topics include screen creation, setting up data logs and trending, alarm setup and configuration, and an introduction to the new HTML 5 version of FactoryTalk® ViewPoint.

L12 - Basic PLC Programming with

Micro800® Controllers

This introductory lab will cover the basic capabilities and programming of micro Programmable Logic

Controllers (PLCs). In this lab you will learn how to program the Micro800 PLC to control PowerFlex drive and configure PanelView 800 HMI with the latest Connected Components Workbench™ software 8.01.

L13 - Advanced PLC Programming for Micro800® Controllers and

PanelView™ 800 Graphic

Terminals

Learn how to use Connected Components Workbench™ software and Connected Components

Accelerator Toolkit Building Blocks to apply the cost-effective Micro850 Controller and PanelView 800

Graphic Terminal in a simple labeling machine application. You will also learn how to use the advanced features of the Connected Components Workbench™ software Developer Edition such as the run mode change, user-defined data types, spy lists, archive manager and intellectual property protection.

L14 - Speed Integration with

Ethernet-enabled CENTERLINE®

MCCs, Rockwell Software Studio

5000® and IntelliCENTER® Software

Experience the ease of integrating CENTERLINE® Motor Control Centers (MCCS) with EtherNet/IP and

their associated components -- PowerFlex® drives and E300 overload relays. Streamline your workflow by leveraging the simplified integration of IntelliCENTER software and Studio 5000® Logix Designer to simplify device configuration and reduce commissioning time and errors.

Session Title

Hands-On-Labs Pg 2

(each lab is 30-45 minutes and is first come, first serve)

Session Description

L16 - FactoryTalk® View Machine

Edition and PanelView™ Plus:

Features for Improving Efficiency

L17 - Studio 5000 View

Designer™ featured on the

PanelView™ 5000

This hands-on lab highlights some of the efficiency features in FactoryTalk® View Machine Edition and the PanelView Plus 7 Performance terminal. Topics include simple recipe management, remote access, global objects, using parameters, testing and running the application, and language switching. See how features like a PDF viewer, Runtime User Management and more, can help you to get more work done in less time.

Learn how to increase productivity with the new Studio 5000 View Designer™ software and

PanelView™ 5500. This lab will introduce you to topics such as setting up a project, creating screens, animating graphic elements, setting up navigation, setting up basic security, and downloading to a terminal.

L18 - Studio 5000® and Logix

Basics Lab

Are you new to Logix programming or want a quick refresher on the basics? This session will provide an overview of the core capabilities offered in Studio 5000® and highlight the importance of good design practices. Mastering these fundamentals will ensure a good design and prepare you for the advanced session.

L19 - Studio 5000® and Logix

Advanced Lab

L25 - PlantPAx Process

Application Development Lab I

So you've got the basics, now let's take it to the next level with this advanced Studio 5000® and Logix session.

This pick and choose lab will allow you to explore topics of interest and quickly see how capabilities add the most value to your design. By the end of this session, you will be on your way to becoming an expert.

This lab will familiarize the user with the steps necessary to start development of a PlantPAx™ DCS using

Studio 5000 Architect and the Rockwell Automation Library of Process Objects. The user will define system controllers and servers and configure a control application with pre-defined library objects for common functions helping to reduce engineering time. The student starts with Templates that are included in the library for both controller applications and HMI applications to provide a consistent starting point for system implementation.

L26- Combining the Latest

Rockwell Automation® Hardware and Software for Improved

Energy Management

This lab looks at integrating the latest PowerMonitorTM 5000 functionality utilizing FactoryTalk®

EnergyMetrixTM to analyze and understand energy consumption, demand, and power quality information.

It will also introduce FactoryTalk® VantagePoint Energy and demonstrate how the basic meter data can provide overall energy information in a plant's asset model to correlate energy information with production for more informed decision making.

Rockwell Automation Stratix Product Line Networks and Security Demo.

L27 - Rockwell Automation

Stratix Product Line Networks and Security Demo

Seminar Topics and Descriptions

DRIVES & MOTION SOLUTIONS

Adaptive Tuning with Kinetix Drives

We will show how a load that was unstable when using auto-tune, became stable when Load Observer and the automatic notch filter was used. Notch filtering and other parameters can be read from a Kinetix drive and saved as a ‘machine signature’ so that you could compare to the performance later in the life of the equipment, to see if anything had changed mechanically.

May 18th

:

9:00am - 10:00am

May 19th: 9:00am - 10:00am

Proper Guidelines for VFD Installations

We will provide an overview of the Proper Guidelines for VFD

Installations available from Rockwell Automation.  Time will be spent discussing wiring, grounding, motor protection and detecting issues that can come from improper VFD installation.

May 18th: 2:00pm - 3:00pm

May 19th: 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Harmonic Mitigating Solutions

We will discuss the origin and accumulation of harmonic currents and their effects on a system; the various interpretations of the

IEEE519-1992 Standard; and the various solutions that are out there to address the excessive amount of harmonic currents in a particular system.

May 18th: 3:00pm - 4:00pm

Motion Control Product Update

Visit the show floor to see what's new with Rockwell Automation motion control and the many mechatronic partners for servo applications such as gearboxes, couplings, and actuators.

All Day

Drives Product Update

Visit the show floor to see what's new with Rockwell Automation drives and partner products.

All Day

PROCESS AUTOMATION

Improve Your Productivity With Visualization

Empower your operators to be the first line of troubleshooting by viewing alarms, interlocks, and permissives.   Have your maintenance staff put away the laptops – there is no longer a need to troubleshoot or force I/O using programming software.

Diagnose your motor control from the HMI. Learn how Rockwell

Automation can increase your productivity!

May 18th: 9:00am - 10:00am, 6:30pm - 7:30pm

May 19th: 9:00am - 10:00am

Process Improvement through Electrical Testing and

Thermography

Come learn how FLIR Systems thermal imaging products can help with your process control and preventative maintenance applications. Direct integration between Thermal Cameras and

Rockwell Automation Logix Processors will be discussed.

May 18th: 5:30pm -6:30pm

SAFETY

Arc Flash Demystification

Uncover the “how-to” of implementing arc flash strategy to comply with NFPA 70E & OSHA within typical industrial or commercial facilities. This workshop offers insight into compliance to NFPA 70E, including arc flash basics and arc assessment services.

May 18th: 10:00am -11:00am

May 19th: 10:00am - 11:00am

Machine Safety and Connected Enterprise

Modern safety relays, software configurable relays, and safety PLCs all have microprocessors that are doing real time system monitoring. Learn practical ways to use the data from your safety system to reduce downtime, monitor system integrity, and even do real time risk calculations.

A smart safety system may be the backdoor to unleashing

your production potential.

May 18th: 11:00am - 12:00pm, 5:30pm - 6:30pm

May 19th: 11:00am - 12:00pm

Safety Product Update

Visit the show floor to see what's new with Rockwell

Automation safety products.

All Day

POWER QUALITY & ENERGY MANAGEMENT

Power to the Panel

Many unscheduled downtime issues throughout the facility are caused by fluctuations in the quality of the power coming to the machine. Learn how to increase the life of your components and reduce downtime through

the use of Class 2 control circuits and power correction devices. Class will discuss DySC (Dynamic Sag Correction) vs UPS power correction, benefits of each, and best use cases for each.

May 18th: 11:00am - 12:00pm

May 19th: 11:00am - 12:00pm

Energy Savings with Variable Frequency Drive

Visit the show floor to discuss how Rockwell Automation drives can be used to provide energy savings, with a conversion to variable frequency motor control.

All Day

Seminar Topics and Descriptions

GENERAL AUTOMATION

Reducing Panel Build Time

Increasing efficiency does not stop at the electricity flowing through the panels.  Learn how using “quick connect” components can increase the efficiency to build panels, including labor savings great enough to cover the cost of the components in the cabinet.

May 18th: 9:00am - 10:00am

May 19th: 9:00am - 10:00am

Workforce Development Solutions

We will discuss Rockwell Automation's solution to modernizing your workforce, to address changes in skills during rapid deployment of technology.

May 18th: 10:00am - 11:00am, 6:30pm - 7:30pm

May 19th:10:00am - 11:00am

Sensing Your Architecture with IO-Link

Sensor application has been traditionally based upon sensing distance, physical size, and performance.  IO-Link is changing the conversation! IO-Link enables customers to be future proof.  It integrates sensors with the PLC & machine.  The

Features of the sensor are better able to be utilized and extracted(diagnostics, signal strength, Auto Device

Configuration, and much more).  Come find out how you can add your sensors to the Connected Enterprise!

May 18th: 1:00pm - 2:00pm

May 19th: 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Rockwell Tips and Tricks

Come learn about newer functionality in Rockwell's PanelView

Plus, Stratix Switches, and Rockwell Controllers.

May 18th: 1:00pm - 2:00pm

May 19th: 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Controller-HMI Product Update

Come see what's new with Rockwell Automation controllers,

I/O, and operator interface products for 2016.

May 18th: 2:00pm - 3:00pm

May 19th: 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Free Productivity Tools For Engineering and Pricing

ProposalWorks and Integrated Architecture Builder are FREE configuration software packages from Rockwell Automation that allow you to easily configure a system and generate bills of material.

May 18th: 3:00pm - 4:00pm

Plant Modernization Planning Tools

This seminar will cover available tools, products, and services to assist with your plant modernization projects. Integrated

Architecture Builder, Product Lifecycle Website, Installed Base

Evaluations, and Rockwell software conversion tools will be discussed. Rockwell Services will also be covered.

May 18th: 3:00pm - 4:00pm

Controller-HMI Product Update

Visit the show floor to see what's new with Rockwell

Automation controllers, I/O, operator interface, and partner products.

All Day

CONNECTED ENTERPRISE

Troubleshooting Ethernet

Come learn how to troubleshoot Ethernet issues using

RSLinx and the embedded webpages on RA products. The presenter will also show how a Stratix 5700 switch provides diagnostic information to aid in troubleshooting efforts.

May 18th: 10:00am -11:00am, 6:30pm - 7:30pm

May 19th: 10:00am - 11:00am

Modernization - Connecting the Plant for Business

Success

Learn what the Modernization Continuum is and how progressing along it will help you achieve both your plant and business objectives by implementing and connecting smart assets to business systems. See how Revere Electric can help assess your current state and help you achieve a world class Connected Enterprise!

May 18th: 11:00am - 12:00pm, 5:30pm - 6:30pm

May 19th: 11:00am - 12:00pm

Hardware & Software Security Solutions from Rockwell

Automation

Come learn about all the great security features and functionality built into Rockwell Automation products.

Learn how security vulnerabilities are handled, and how we design security into all of our hardware and software from the start.

May 18th: 1:00pm - 2:00pm

May 19th: 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Unleash Your Production Data to Make Sensible Decisions from Anywhere

Your automation assets already contain all the data you need to track quality, downtime, production cost, and asset performance

.

Whether you sit in your office, work remotely, or move around your factory, Rockwell

Automation can provide you with a set of data collecting engines and dashboard/reporting/analytical tools to aggregate these data and turn them into information that will allow you to better operate your facility and successfully achieve your initiatives.

May 18th: 2:00pm - 3:00pm

May 19th: 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Sensing Your Architecture with IO-Link

Sensor applications have been traditionally based upon sensing distance, physical size, and performance. IO-Link is changing the conversation! IO-Link integrates sensors with the PAC and the Connected Enterprise. Come learn how this exciting new technology provides the sensor's diagnostics and configuration informationdirectly to

Studio 5000! Located on the Show Floor and in the

Hands On Lab area.

All Day

Software Product Update

Visit the show floor to see what's new with Rockwell

Automation software solutions.

All Day

LUNCH LUNCH

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