Registered Product Information

Manufacturer: Microcyber Corporation
Product Name: NCS-FI105
Product Description: FI Converter
Profile: FOUNDATION Field Device
More Information:   The NCS-FI105 converter is the transition device from FF fieldbus to current output, and can receive FF fieldbus signals and convert to 4-20mA analog signal for up to 4 channels. The NCS-FI105 converter uses digital communication technology, makes the interface between field devices and controllers easier, and reduces the expense of setup, operation, and maintenance. Microcyber's NCS-FI105 converter fulfills the needs of a FF fieldbus intelligent instrument and can connect with several FF devices. NCS-FI105 converter integrates abundant function blocks and realizes not only normal measurement functions but also a complex control strategy. Users can select different function blocks according to need and specific application environments in order to realize different functions.

Registered Product Details

Manufacturer ID (hex): 000105
Device Type ID (hex): 0002
DEV_REV (hex): 02
DD Revision: 0x02
FOUNDATION Physical Layer Profile: 121 - Low-power signaling, bus-powered, Entity Model I.S.
Stack Manufacturer: Microcyber Inc.
FOUNDATION Stack Class: 31PS, 32LT
Stack Version: 1.0
Registered Blocks: 1xRB(e), 1xAO(s), 1xPID(s)
Other Blocks: 2xTB(c)
Registered Features: Alarms and Events Function Block Linking Trending

Registration Information

Registration Authority: FieldComm Group
Registration Status: Registered
Tester Version: 4.6
DD/CFF Tester Version: 4.6

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