|Warranty:||1 year DO Supply Warranty Included|
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|Repairs:||We offer repair service for the 1403-CF005.|
|Exchange:||Exchange credit for your defective unit available.|
The fiber optic cable assembly with the catalog number 1403-CF005 is used with the Powermonitor II tool for power management developed by Allen Bradley- Rockwell Automation. The Powermonitor II is used for various applications to control and monitor power sources, currents, voltages, and other power factors. This high-performance tool is totally independent and, besides control and monitoring features, also has built-in features for archival and analysis. The 1403-CF005 Powermonitor II is actually a modern recording meter, which completes the overall system. The Powermonitor II initiates several tests before starting and it measures and calculates electric power parameters important for proper operation of the monitored system. The available information can be previewed on the 2 x 16 backlit supertwist LCD monitor and all of the relevant data is stored in the memory of the unit. The 1403-CF005 fiber cable package contains two (2) cables with a length of 5 meters (196.8 inches), which is used to connect components in order to form a fiber optic ring necessary for creating a communications link between Master Module and Display Modules. The Powermonitor II can operate with three Display Modules connected to Master Module with fiber optic cables. The user can purchase fiber optic cables in various lengths from the shortest cable of 25 centimeters (approximately 10 inches), all the way up to 500 meters (1650 feet). The first four digits of the 1403-CF005 catalog number represent the product series for which is the cable intended and the last digit shows the length of the cable.
According to the specification of the fiber optic cable assembly required for an operation of power management devices from 1403 products series, the parameter of minimum inside bend radius should be at the minimum of 25.4 millimeters (1 inch). The users of Powermonitor II should be aware that shorter inside radius can lead to total damage of the cable and an increased signal attenuation.