What is networking control unit

Networking control unit: This is a field panel housing electronic modules, terminal blocks, and signal conditioners (pneumatic, line voltage and electronic) all within a single enclosure.

The NCU have the user-programmable main processor—the Network Control Module (NCM)—for supervisory functions over all devices onto the local bus, & a combination of the optional Digital Control Module & Point Multiplex Modules to directly control field devices which wire to the NCU termination blocks. This application installs all of the models of the NCM (101, 102, 401, and 200) in standard 1-Slot, 2-Slot, or 5-Slot base frames.

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