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FAST 301414 CAN Terminating Resistor Set
FAST 301414 CAN Terminating Resistor Set

FAST 301414 CAN Terminating Resistor Set

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GTIN Code:
036584147718
MFG. Part #:
301414

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A CAN network allows different devices to communicte with each other. Each CAN-Enabled FAST device has a CAN plug and a CAN receptacle built into its wiring harness. Mate a plug from one device to the receptacle from another device. Devices can be directly linked or they can be connected through an interconnect cable. Multiple interconnect cables can be linked together for additional reach. A terminating resistor plug and receptacle are used to cap off the open ends of the CAN network wiring. These are necessary for proper network performance.

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