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Part Number: 5463-450
Product Type: Module
Availability: In Stock
Function: CPU Module
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
5463-450 is a CPU Module developed by Woodward. The CPU module is responsible for running the GAP (General Application Program) on the control system. It serves as the central processing unit and plays a crucial role in executing the control functions. CPU module is responsible for running the GAP application program and performs diagnostic tests upon power application. It includes a non-user-replaceable battery that powers the real-time clock when the control system is not actively powered. The battery remains charged during normal operation, and if power is interrupted for a duration exceeding three months, the real-time clock may require resetting. The real-time clock within the CPU module operates with a resolution of 10 milliseconds, ensuring accurate and synchronized timekeeping for control system processes.
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What is 5463-450?
It is a CPU Module developed by Woodward.
Does the module have a built-in battery?
Yes, it includes a non-user-replaceable battery. This battery powers the real-time clock even when the control system is not actively powered. Its primary purpose is to ensure continuous operation of the real-time clock.
How is the battery charged during normal operation?
The module features on-board circuitry that keeps the battery charged. This circuitry ensures a reliable power source for the real-time clock. The battery charging process typically takes a maximum of three days to reach full charge.
How long can the battery power the real-time clock without the main power supply?
Once fully charged, the battery is capable of running the real-time clock for a minimum of three months without the main power supply. This backup power capability ensures that the clock remains operational and accurate during temporary power outages or system shutdowns.