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Part Number: 5464-654
Product type: Discrete Output Module
Number of channels: 32
Update time: 5 ms
System Faults: Outputs are turned off if communications with the CPU is lost.
Repair: 3-7 Day
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
5464-654 is a Discrete Output Module developed by Woodward. From field wiring, the MicroNet control can provide discrete outputs to the prime mover. Each Discrete Output (DO) module can independently control outputs in response to CPU module commands. These modules lack potentiometers and do not require calibration. A module can be replaced with another module with the same part number with no modifications. The Module has two different FTM I/O configurations.
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What is 5464-654?
It is Discrete Output Module developed by Woodward.
Do the Discrete Output modules require calibration?
No, the modules do not require calibration. They lack potentiometers and can be replaced with another module of the same part number without any modifications.
How are the modules inserted and secured in the control chassis?
It is inserted into card guides within the control chassis and connected to the motherboard. Two screws, one at the top and one at the bottom of the front panel, hold the modules securely in place within the chassis.
How can the modules be removed from the chassis?
To remove the modules from the chassis, there are two handles located at the top and bottom of each module. By toggling these handles (pushing them outward), the modules are moved out just far enough for the boards to disengage from the motherboard connectors. Once disengaged, the modules can be safely removed from the chassis.
How does the Discrete Output module generate relay driver signals?
The Discrete Output module receives digital data from the CPU and generates relay driver signals that are not isolated. These relay driver signals are used to control the relays in Woodward Relay Modules.