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An indication that the major sub-parts of a piece of equipment are powered or performing any activity whether producing a part or product or not. Example: For traditional machine tools, this includes when the piece of equipment is \mtmodel{WORKING} or it is idle. A piece of equipment are powered or performing any activity.

The representation of the OperatingSubClassType ObjectType in the address space is shown in the following table:

Name Attribute
NodeId ns=1;i=2552
NamespaceUri http://opcfoundation.org/UA/MTConnect/v2/
BrowseName OperatingSubClassType
NodeClass ObjectType
IsAbstract False
SubtypeOf MTDataItemSubClassType