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The ProductionPartSetType is used to group parts within a production job. It also contains information about the parts in the group.

It is formally defined in Table 32. Its additional subcomponents are defined in Table 33.

Table 32 – ProductionPartSetType Definition

Attribute Value        
BrowseName ProductionPartSetType        
IsAbstract False        
References Node Class BrowseName DataType TypeDefinition Other
Subtype of the BaseObjectType defined in OPC 10000-5 i.e. inheriting the InstanceDeclarations of that Node          
0:HasProperty Variable Name 0:String 0:PropertyType O, RO
0:HasComponent Variable PartsPlannedPerRun 0:UInt32 0:BaseDataVariableType M, RO
0:HasComponent Variable PartsCompletedPerRun 0:UInt32 0:BaseDataVariableType M, RO
0:HasComponent Object PartsPerRun   0:BaseObjectType O
0:HasProperty Variable ContainsMixedParts 0:Boolean 0:PropertyType M, RO

Table 33 – ProductionPartSetType Additional Subcomponents

Source Path References NodeClass BrowseName DataType TypeDefinition Others
PartsPerRun 0:HasComponent Object <Part>   ProductionPartType MP

Name is used to specify the type of parts in a group.

PartsPlannedPerRun indicates how many of the parts in this group are intended to be produced in one run of a job.

PartsCompletedPerRun indicates how many parts of this group have been completed in the current run of the job. This counter does not give any indication about the part quality.

PartsPerRun contains a list of the parts in the current run of the job. This list is made out of at least one <Part> instance of ProductionPartType. In each new run of the job, all variables in the part nodes are reset to their initial values. For the DisplayName of the <Part>, it is recommended to use the value of the Name Property of the respective ProductionPartType instance.

ContainsMixedParts indicates if the parts in a ProductionPartSetType may be different from each other (True) or if they are parts of the same type (False).

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