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In this session we will explain the 4 S’s of Allen Bradley Motor Control Centers (MCCs): safe, secure, smart, and scalable. We will highlight the best-in-class features from each of these categories, including ArcShield, SecureConnect, IntelliCENTER, and more. By combining IntelliCENTER software with smart, connected components, you can now have more data and integrated control over your process than ever before. The structural makeup and new technologies of these MCCs allow users to easily make upgrades or additions as their requirements change, which greatly reduces start-up and down-time costs and labor. Our goal is to demonstrate how new, innovative designs and technologies can make your MCC a strategic investment for your plant or process. Unique designs and safety features allow you to meet all required safety standards, while also enhancing and improving efficiency and productivity.
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Following this webinar you should have a thorough understanding of Allen Bradley CENTERLINE 2100 Motor Control Centers. This understanding will include the key features that set it apart and will demonstrate how these MCCs can help you most efficiently meet your motor control needs, while also enhancing safety and allowing for flexibility into the future.
– Eric Czapka – MCC Product Specialist. Eric joined Rumsey in 2018 as an Inside Sales Representative, assisting OEM, Industrial, and Contractor customers with their electrical and automation needs. He is now an MCC Product Specialist, focusing on the power and motor control needs of his customers. Eric is a graduate of Saint Anselm College.