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MCCs get down to business

Allen-Bradley NEMA and IEC Centerline low-voltage motor control centres (MCCs) from Rockwell Automation seamlessly exchange data between plant-floor devices and business-level systems.


Allen-Bradley NEMA and IEC Centerline low-voltage motor control centres (MCCs) from Rockwell Automation seamlessly exchange data between plant-floor devices and business-level systems.

The Milwaukee, Wis. automation company has added EtherNet/IP to the MCCs, which helps predict problems and prevent equipment failures. Leveraging a single, standard network simplifies communication for the entire enterprise and the handling of data from any point in the system.

Premier Integration users can configure and commission their MCC faster with RSLogix 5000 software to eliminate errors associated with redundant programming. The ethernet connection also allows Centerline MCC users to access information remotely for monitoring, troubleshooting and diagnosing.

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