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Part Number: 5466-031
Product type: Network Controller Module
Repair: 3-7 Day
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
5466-031 is a Network Controller Module developed by Woodward. Its primary purpose is to facilitate efficient data exchange, control signals, and system monitoring. The Module is designed to support up to four channels, allowing for the management of multiple devices or subsystems simultaneously. Each channel provides a dedicated interface for connecting and controlling different components of the system, such as sensors, actuators, and other peripheral devices. With its robust network connectivity, the module enables communication via industry-standard protocols, such as Ethernet/IP, Modbus TCP/IP, or other compatible network protocols.
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What is 5466-031?
It is Network Controller Module developed by Woodward.
What happens if a CPU module fails or is removed from the system?
The system's CPU utilizes a fault-tolerant 3-2-0 logic, which means the control can function normally even if any one CPU module fails or is removed.
How does the system handle analog I/O module failures?
The control system incorporates a 3-2-1-0 analog I/O fault tolerance logic. This means that even if one or both analog modules fail or are removed, the control can still function normally.
How does the control system handle discrete I/O module failures?
The control system employs a 3-2-1-0 discrete I/O fault tolerance logic. This logic allows the control to function normally even if one or two discrete modules fail or are removed.