|Warranty:||1 year DO Supply Warranty Included|
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|Repairs:||We offer repair service for the 1403-CF000.|
|Exchange:||Exchange credit for your defective unit available.|
The Allen Bradley-Rockwell Automation 1403-CF000 is a fiber optic cable assembly for the Powermonitor II power management tool. This tool is part of the Bulletin 1403 and it is designed for high performance, analysis, monitoring, archival and control. The Powermonitor II incorporates many features such as great analog/digital I/O connectivity, high-speed communication module, onboard functions, compliance with standards such as UL 508/CE/CSA, high-speed sampling, high-speed date and time stamping, etc. The Powermonitor II uses the display module or the smart communications card to function as a stand-alone recording meter with multiple functions. In order to become an essential part of an integrated system, the commands and all the necessary information are exported and imported through the communications link. The Powermonitor II track voltages, currents, frequencies and other significant factors which are important for proper operation. Also, the Powermonitor II provides valuable control and analysis features important for maintaining a completely functional system.
The 1403-CF000 fiber optic cable assembly offers 2 cables with the length of 25 centimeters (10 inches) and Allen Bradley standard distance between two devices which are adjacent. The 1403 series offers optic cables in lengths from 25 centimeters (10 inches) to 500 meters (1650 feet). The inside bend radius is a minimum of 25.4 millimeters (1 inch) and any fiber optic cable with inside radius smaller than this can lead to an irreparable damage. The user must be aware that the signal attenuation can be significantly increased if inside bend radius is smaller than required. The communications of the Powermonitor II include a fiber optic connection between Master Module and Display Modules. The Powermonitor II allows connecting a maximum of three display modules at once. In regard to this, the fiber optic connection between the Master Module and Display Modules represents a ring that must be completed in order to properly install the unit.