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Part Number: 5466-355
Product type: Remote Chassis Transceiver
Availability: In Stock
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
5466-355 is a Remote Chassis Transceiver developed by Woodward. The Remote XCVR module is only available for CPU 68040 systems. The Remote XCVR module receives and sends control, data, and address information to and from the Main XCVR module via cable. This module must be installed in each Remote I/O Chassis that is wired to the Main Chassis. The Remote XCVR module connects to the chassis' VME bus. The system employs a parallel interface distinguished by its utilization of high-speed differential line drivers that operate seamlessly at the VME transmission rate. This configuration ensures efficient and rapid data transfer between system components, minimizing signal degradation and electromagnetic interference. In tandem with this interface, the system's cable connectivity is established through the integration of 100-pin metal shell Micro-D connectors, with two connectors allocated for each module. This connector design not only ensures a robust and dependable connection but also facilitates streamlined communication, enhancing the overall reliability and performance of the system.
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What is 5466-355?
It is a Remote Chassis Transceiver developed by Woodward.
How does the Remote XCVR module communicate with the Main module?
The Remote module receives and sends control, data, and address information to and from the Main module via a cable connection.
Where should the component be installed?
It should be installed in each Remote I/O Chassis that is wired to the Main Chassis. It connects to the chassis' VME bus and is required to be installed in Slot 1.
Are there any switches or LEDs on the module?
No, there are no switches or LEDs.
What is the role of the bus receiver/driver?
The bus receiver/driver communicates with the VME bus, facilitating the exchange of control, data, and address information.