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The IODD data type FloatT and the OPC UA DataType Float follow the same specification and can directly be mapped.

In case the value can directly be mapped to a Variable (see section 12.3) the following rules apply:

  1. If no SingleValue and no ValueRange is defined, the VariableType BaseDataVariableType is used.
  2. If no SingleValue and exactly one ValueRange is defined, the VariableType BaseDataVariableType is used. The Variable shall have the additional Property InstrumentRange as defined in OPC 10000-8 for AnalogItemVariableType using the same BrowseName and DataType. The InstrumentRange shall be filled according to the ValueRange definition.
  3. If at least one SingleValue is defined and no ValueRange is defined, the VariableType MultiStateValueDiscreteType shall be used, and the EnumValues filled according to the SingleValue entries (see section 13).
  4. If no SingleValue and more than one ValueRange is defined the VariableType BaseDataVariableType is used. The Variable shall have a Property InstrumentRanges (see section 13), containing an array of ranges, one entry for each ValueRange defined in the IODD.
  5. If at least one SingleValue and exactly one ValueRange is defined the same mapping as defined in (2) is used with the following exception: An additional Property EnumValues (same as defined on MultiStateValueDiscreteType in OPC 10000-8) is provided, with one entry for each SingleValue (see section 13).
  6. If at least one SingleValue and more than one ValueRange is defined the same mapping as defined in (4) is used with the following exception: An additional Property EumValues (same as defined on MultiStateValueDiscreteType in OPC 10000-8) is provided, with one entry for each SingleValue (see section 13).

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