Part Number: 5417-029
Product type: NetCon Lo Den Cable
Length: 12 ft
Availability: In stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
5417-029 is a NetCon Lo Den Cable developed by Woodward. The component is of 12ft in length. The cable is engineered to ensure optimum performance and accuracy, providing a dependable connection between the NetCon system and its associated sensors and devices. If power is not removed from the control system, power will be present at both the module and the cable connectors. It is recommended that the cables be left in place until the module has been unseated. If cables are removed while power is on, extreme caution must be exercised to avoid shorting cable connector pins.
The cable used in the NetCon system boasts several key features that make it a reliable and efficient choice for industrial and commercial applications.
- Durability and Resistance: The cable is specifically designed to withstand the wear and tear that is commonly encountered in demanding environments. It is built to withstand harsh conditions such as extreme temperatures, moisture, chemicals, and physical impact. This durability ensures the longevity of the cable, reducing the need for frequent replacements and minimizing downtime.
- Flexibility and Ease of Installation: The cable is engineered to be flexible, allowing for easy installation in various settings. Its pliable nature enables it to bend and maneuver around obstacles, making it convenient for routing through tight spaces or complex installations. This flexibility simplifies the installation process, saving time and effort for the users.
- High Accuracy and Precision: The cable is designed to provide high levels of accuracy and precision in data transmission. It is engineered to minimize signal loss, interference, and noise, ensuring that the data transmitted between the NetCon system and connected devices remains reliable and consistent. This high level of accuracy is crucial in critical applications where precise monitoring and control are essential.
- Reliable and Efficient Data Transmission: The cable is optimized for reliable and efficient data transmission, enabling seamless communication between the NetCon system and the connected devices. It is engineered to minimize data loss and ensure efficient signal propagation, allowing for real-time monitoring and control of equipment. This reliability empowers users to make informed decisions and take prompt actions based on accurate data.
- Compatibility and Integration: The cable is designed to seamlessly integrate with the NetCon system and other compatible devices. It provides a standardized interface that allows for easy connection and compatibility with a wide range of equipment. This compatibility ensures that the cable can be used in diverse applications, providing flexibility and convenience to users.
System GAP features
System GAP (Generic Application Programming) is a feature-rich programming system designed with ease of use and efficiency in mind. It offers several notable features that contribute to its user-friendly and powerful nature.
- Windows-based and block-oriented: The System GAP operates within a Windows environment, providing a familiar and user-friendly interface. The system adopts a block-oriented approach, where users can easily design their applications by connecting predefined blocks together. This graphical programming method simplifies the programming process and reduces the need for complex coding.
- Minimal programming skills required: With System GAP, users do not need extensive programming skills to develop applications. The block-oriented approach eliminates the need for writing code from scratch. Instead, users can leverage the pre-existing blocks and connect them to create the desired functionality. This makes it accessible to users with limited programming knowledge.
- C code generation: System GAP has the ability to generate C code automatically based on the designed block diagram. This feature allows users to develop applications using a visual interface while still having the flexibility to generate optimized and efficient C code for deployment on target platforms.
- Self-documenting: The System GAP supports self-documentation, allowing users to add comments, annotations, and descriptions to their block diagrams. This helps in documenting the logic and functionality of the application, making it easier for other developers or users to understand and maintain the code.
- Tried-and-true software routines: System GAP comes with a library of GAPTM blocks, which are pre-built software routines that have been extensively tested and proven to be reliable. These blocks cover a wide range of functions and tasks, making it easier for users to implement complex functionality without the need for extensive coding.
- Quick, simple, and intuitive implementation: System GAP simplifies the implementation process by providing an intuitive interface and predefined blocks. Users can easily drag and drop blocks onto the workspace, connect them, and configure their parameters. This streamlined approach enables users to develop applications quickly and efficiently.
- Import Matlab / Simulink code: System GAP offers support for importing Matlab/Simulink code. This feature allows users to leverage existing code and models developed in Matlab/Simulink and integrate them into their System GAP applications. This interoperability enhances the flexibility and functionality of the system, enabling users to utilize their Matlab/Simulink expertise within the GAP environment.
- Compatibility with NetSimTM simulation software: System GAP is compatible with NetSimTM simulation software. This integration allows users to simulate and test their applications before deployment, ensuring that the developed system behaves as intended and meets the desired requirements. The compatibility with NetSimTM enhances the reliability and performance of the applications developed using System GAP.
- MicroNet TMR systems are designed to operate at 3-2-0. As a result, in order to start a system, at least two CPUs must be started with the same program. If the CPUs are started individually, the first CPU will wait indefinitely for the second CPU, and the second and third CPUs will wait up to ten seconds for the third CPU. If the third CPU does not join the two within 10 seconds, the two CPUs will continue with only two.
- To synchronize, CPUs that start together must have the same application and the same EE values (stored tunables). If two CPUs are synchronized, a third CPU must run the same application as the first two, but it will copy EE values from the running CPUs.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is 5417-029?
It is a NetCon Lo Den Cable developed by Woodward.
What is the length of the Cable?
It is 12ft in length.
What are GAPTM blocks in GAP?
GAPTM blocks are tried-and-true software routines that can be used to build software quickly and easily.
Can Matlab/Simulink code be imported into System GAP?
Yes, it supports the import of Matlab/Simulink code.