What happens with too many devices on FOUNDATION Fieldbus network?

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What would happen if I put more devices than the recommendation in my FF network?

Expert’s answer: What happens with too many devices on FOUNDATION Fieldbus network?

Have too many devices on FOUNDATION Fieldbus network? You can use a particular calculation to determine how many devices you can have in your segment. Basically, you need to guarantee at least nine volts at the end of the cable. If you push past that, you may start having problems getting your field devices to communicate with the control room. This article will tell you more about how many devices you can have in your network, so read on to learn more.

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