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Part Number: 5417-176
Product type: MicroNet Cable
Length: 14 ft
Availability: In stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
5417-176 is a MicroNet Cable developed by Woodward. It is a 14 Feet high density analog/discrete cable assembly. The cable assembly is specifically engineered to ensure reliable and precise transmission of analog and discrete signals. It features high-quality conductors and shielding that minimize signal interference and ensure optimal signal integrity.
The Cable is equipped with connectors on both ends, enabling easy and secure connections to compatible interfaces. These connectors are designed to provide a robust and reliable connection, ensuring a stable and uninterrupted signal flow. This cable assembly is highly suitable for applications that require the transmission of analog and discrete signals over relatively long distances. It is commonly used in industrial control systems where high-density signal connections are needed, such as in manufacturing plants, power generation facilities, and process automation environments.
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What is 5417-176?
It is a MicroNet Cable developed by Woodward.
Can the MicroNet Plus system operate in a redundant master/standby configuration?
Yes, it can run in a redundant master/standby configuration to increase availability and minimize downtime.
How does the redundant configuration work in the MicroNet Plus system?
In this configuration, synchronized memory ensures that both CPUs (Central Processing Units) have the same operating information. If the master CPU fails, the entire system control, including I/O control, is seamlessly transferred to the standby CPU in less than 1 ms. This transfer does not interfere with the operation of the prime mover.
What happens after fixing the master CPU issue in the MicroNet Plus system?
Once the master CPU issue is resolved, the system can either continue to run on the standby CPU or be transferred back to the original master CPU. Communication links are used to announce and facilitate any control transfer.
What is the resolution for time stamping events in the MicroNet Plus system?
The system supports time stamping of sequences of events with a resolution of 1 millisecond for discrete I/O and 5 milliseconds for analog I/O with software process variables.