2262Conventional Devices and Wiring

Conventional wiring architecture consists of devices in the field; each wired back to the input or output terminals of the controller, with a dedicated set of wires (often a pair of wires). Thus, for 100 instruments there would be 100 sets of wires finding their way home to the controller. This type of wiring is very straight forward and is referred to as home run wiring. At the control panel the number of wires is the greatest and the system of wires fans out and disperses, the further it gets from the central point.

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