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The NonExclusiveLimitAlarmType is used to specify the common behaviour for Alarm Types with multiple non-exclusive limits. The NonExclusiveLimitAlarmType is illustrated in Figure 20.

readme_files/image023.png Figure 20 – NonExclusiveLimitAlarmType

The NonExclusiveLimitAlarmType is formally defined in Table 95 and Table 96.

Table 95 – NonExclusiveLimitAlarmType definition

Attribute Value
BrowseName NonExclusiveLimitAlarmType
IsAbstract False

Subtype of the LimitAlarmType defined in clause 5.8.17.

References NodeClass BrowseName DataType TypeDefinition Modelling Rule
HasSubtype ObjectType NonExclusiveLevelAlarmType Defined in Clause 5.8.20.2    
HasSubtype ObjectType NonExclusiveDeviationAlarmType Defined in Clause 5.8.21.2    
HasSubtype ObjectType NonExclusiveRateOfChangeAlarmType Defined in Clause 5.8.22.2    
HasComponent Variable HighHighState LocalizedText TwoStateVariableType Optional
HasComponent Variable HighState LocalizedText TwoStateVariableType Optional
HasComponent Variable LowState LocalizedText TwoStateVariableType Optional
HasComponent Variable LowLowState LocalizedText TwoStateVariableType Optional
           
ConformanceUnits          
A & C Non-Exclusive Limit          

Table 96 – NonExclusiveLimitAlarmType Additional Subcomponents

BrowsePath References NodeClass BrowseName DataType TypeDefinition Others
HighHighState HasProperty Variable TrueState LocalizedText PropertyType X
HighHighState HasProperty Variable FalseState LocalizedText PropertyType X
HighState HasProperty Variable TrueState LocalizedText PropertyType X
HighState HasProperty Variable FalseState LocalizedText PropertyType X
LowState HasProperty Variable TrueState LocalizedText PropertyType X
LowState HasProperty Variable FalseState LocalizedText PropertyType X
LowLowState HasProperty Variable TrueState LocalizedText PropertyType X
LowLowState HasProperty Variable FalseState LocalizedText PropertyType X

HighHighState, HighState, LowState, and LowLowState represent the non-exclusive states. As an example, it is possible that both HighState and HighHighState are in their True state. Vendors may choose to support any subset of these states. Recommended state names are described in 0.

Four optional limits are defined that configure these states. At least the HighState or the LowState shall be provided even though all states are optional. It is implied by the definition of a HighState and a LowState, that these groupings are mutually exclusive. A value cannot exceed both a HighState value and a LowState value simultaneously.

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