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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
1507573 Allied Electronics, Inc. PHOENIX CONTACT Not Provided BUS SYSTEM CABLE, 5 POS., 10 M
1405991 Digi-Key Phoenix Contact Cable Assemblies BUS SYSTEM CABLE DEVICENET 5POS
1569391 Allied Electronics, Inc. PHOENIX CONTACT Not Provided BUS SYSTEM CABLE, ETHERNET, 4-POS., 2 M
1507272 Digi-Key Phoenix Contact Cable Assemblies BUS SYSTEM CABLE 2POS STR 15 M
1416567 Digi-Key Phoenix Contact Cables, Wires BUS SYSTEM CABLE 8POS 26AWG 100M
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  • Quantum leap for digital cable
    Physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have demonstrated a potential component for quantum computers using electronic vibrations on a microfabricated aluminum cable that transfers information between two "artificial atoms. " The assembly looks like a miniaturized
  • The Cable Distribution Rules You Need to Obey
    The key advantage of a cable carrier is that bus and motor cables, pneumatics, electrics and hydraulics can all be guided safely in one system. However, correctly arranging each cable and hose within your chosen cable carrier according to the recommended spacing requirements is vital if you want
  • Which bus, when?
    companies. Profibus is the world's most widely used industrial network. Recognized by its characteristic purple cable and based on RS-485, it is associated with Siemens and is dominant in Europe and South America. Although recent revisions to the protocol have added configuration, diagnostic
  • Receiving Inspection of Data Bus Couplers
    and observe results. Button 1 - go/no-go test. Checks for shorts between stub conductors and shield. Button 2 - measures the resistance of the stub cable and transformer winding. It should be between 1 and 5 ohm depending on the coupler. Button 3 - go/no-go test. Checks shorts between bus conductors
  • Protecting the Universal Serial Bus from Over Voltage and Overcurrent Threats (.pdf)
    the concept of a single host and multiple hubs designed to provide uniform and simple methods for adding and connecting various peripherals. The goal of USB is to reduce the number of cable connections and configurations. A single USB port has the capability of driving up to 127 USB peripherals
  • CAN-do Cable Solutions for Many Applications (.pdf)
    First introduced in 1986 for automotive applications, CAN (controller area network) is a multi-master broadcast serial bus standard for networking, controlling and monitoring electrical and electronic devices. It requires no central computer and allows devices connected through an ECU (electronic
  • Detecting Circulating Currents and Hot Spots in Normally Non-current Carrying Conductors and Structural Members
    Often normally non-current carrying conductors, conduits, or even structural members contain circulating currents that are induced by currents flowing in adjacent conductors such as cable or bus. There is usually no way to measure the magnitude of these currents, and sometimes it is difficult
  • North Hills Model DBT100A 1553 Network Tester User's Guide
    -to-shield test to differentiate between bus and stub failures. This test will only detect shorts-to-shield on the stub or cable it is connected to. This test cannot be used in systems which have a DC path-to-shield/ground (ie. MACAIR buses). These buses will show a stub conductor-to-shield short

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