|Place of Origin:||SWEDEN|
|Model Number:||6644424A1 WE-DC-06-161|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1|
|Packaging Details:||new and original with factory sealed|
|Supply Ability:||10 pieces a day|
|Manufacture Year:||2020||Con 6DS1311-8AEtrol System:||6644424A1 WE-DC-06-161|
|Application:||Nuclear Power Plant||Lead Time:||In Stock|
6644424A1 WE-DC-06-161 ABB Voltage Bus Monitor Assembly
|Alternate Part Number||
|Description||Voltage Bus Monitor Assembly|
|Dimennsions||12.7 cm x 5.1 cm x 5.1 cm|
Voltage Bus Monitor Assembly is used with the Harmony Rack Power System (MPS3). Connects to +5VDC, +15VDC, -15VDC and MCOM on the system bus bar. Generates a low true signal, PF1 if any of the above voltages are out of tolerance. Input current less than 50.
Cabinet: The outer case of a piece of equipment (a packaging option), for example the Controller cabinet.
CB, Control Builder: Control Builder M, an engineering tool used to configure and program the AC 800M controller.
Central I/O: Input/Output units, mounted onto a DIN-rail, and directly connected to the AC 800M controller via ModuleBus.
CEX-bus: Communication Expansion Bus, (for communication units).
Controller: Computer-based unit for digital and/or analog control.
CPU: Central Processing Unit. A functioning unit consisting primarily of a microprocessor and memory.
DIN-rail: Industry standard ‘Top Hat’ type mounting rail.
EMC: Electro-Magnetic Compatibility.
Ethernet: Network cabling system according to IEEE802.3.
Ethernet Address: The same as Media Access Control (Ex. MAC layer in IEE802.3 = transceiver + cable).
FCI: Fieldbus Communication Interface.
FF: FOUNDATION Fieldbus - Standard based on IEC 1158-2.
IEC: International Electrotechnical Commission.
IEEE: Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.
INSUM: INtegrated System for User optimized Motor control.
LED: Light Emitting Diode.
LVD: Low Voltage Directive.
MAC address: See Ethernet Address.
Unit: A hardware unit, with or without accommodated software.
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