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DCM

Harold Beck & Sons, Inc.
DCM
Category: Final Control Element
Revision: 1
Type: Electric Actuator
Registered Features: Alarms and Events
Function Block Linking
Trending
Registered Function Blocks: 1xRB(s), 1xAO(s), 2xA1(s)
Other Blocks: 1xTB(c )
H1 Profile Class: 31PS
H1 Device Class: Basic
Test Campaign Number: IT044700
MANUFAC_ID (HEX): 001000
DEV_TYPE (HEX): 0001
DEV_REV (HEX): 01
Tester Version: 5.0
Test Status: Registered
 
Stack
Manufacturer (H1): Softing
Revision (H1): 2.11
Test Campaign Number (H1): CT0095FF
 
Physical Layer
Physical Layer types: 111 - Standard-power signaling, bus-powered, Entity Model I.S.
113 - Standard-power signaling, bus-powered, non I.S.
121 - Low-power signaling, bus-powered, Entity Model I.S.
123 - Low-power signaling, bus-powered, non I.S.
511 - Low-power signaling, bus-powered, FISCO I.S.
Test Campaign Number: PT-205
 
Device Description and Capabilities File
DD Version: 01
DD/CFF Files: Download DD/CFF File
DD/CFF Tester Version: 5.0
 
Previous Registrations
Previous Revisions:
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More Information
More Information:
The Beck DCM (Digital Control Module) is an intelligent positioner for Beck electric actuators.  It provides precision positioning of the actuator in response to modulating control loop demand.  In addition, the DCM provides detailed actuator diagnostics, status, operating information such as torque/thrust output or position feedback, and many operating functions and features.  It is integral to the actuator but can also be remotely mounted if desired.
Contact Name: Scott Kempf
Telephone: 215-968-4600
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Last updated: 2009-09-14 12:33:45

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