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Part Number: 5466-352
Product type: Netcon CPU-040
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
5466-352 is a Netcon CPU-040 developed by Woodward. The CPU module is communicated with by a 68030 microprocessor via dual-ported RAM connected to the VME bus interface. The mp communicates with each of the four network communications processors via a dual-port RAM.
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What is 5466-352?
It is Netcon CPU-040 developed by Woodward.
What steps are involved in stopping the application on a CPU in a simplex system?
In a simplex CPU system, to stop the application on a MicroNet Plus 5200 CPU or CPU P1020 system, the 040 CPU's CPU switch should be toggled to the reset position. Alternatively, AppManager can be used to stop the application. Using the CPU reset button will cause the application to start automatically in about 2 minutes.
What happens when the CPU or I/O module fails?
When the CPU or I/O module fails, the watchdog logic causes it to enter an IOLOCK state. In this state, all output circuits and signals are de-energized. This ensures that in case of a failure, the system remains in a safe state and prevents any unintended or unsafe operation.
Does the failure of the CPU module impact other modules and expansion racks in the system?
Yes, when the CPU fails, an IOLOCK signal is sent to all modules and expansion racks in the system. This signal causes them to enter an IOLOCK state as well, ensuring a consistent and safe system response in the event of a CPU failure.