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Part Number: 5463-372
Product type: Final Driver Module
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
5463-372 is a Final Driver Module developed by Woodward. The MicroNetTM control stands as a digital controller founded on a 32-bit microprocessor architecture. This controller is programmable and adept at serving various applications in the realm of gas turbine control. The MicroNet Plus control system encompasses an array of exceptional features that collectively elevate its performance and versatility. These attributes are meticulously designed to cater to a diverse range of operational needs and scenarios, ensuring optimal control and management across various applications.
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What is 5463-372?
It is Final Driver Module developed by Woodward.
How is control transfer between CPUs managed?
Control transfer is managed seamlessly through communication links. When a transfer occurs, annunciation is conveyed through these links, ensuring that operators are informed of the transition.
What is the primary benefit of the redundant configuration?
The redundant master/standby configuration significantly enhances system availability and reliability. By promptly switching to the standby CPU in case of a master CPU failure, downtime is minimized, and continuous operations are ensured.
How fast is the control transfer between CPUs in the redundant setup?
The control transfer to the standby CPU happens in less than 1 ms, ensuring swift and seamless continuity of system control.