This DataType is an enumeration that represents the NMT State. Its values are defined in Table 23. States with the prefix “NMT_XS” represent a state that is existing for the POWERLINK Controlled Node as well as for the POWERLINK Managing Node. For instance, the states NMT_MS_OPERATIONAL and NMT_CS_OPERATIONAL are both represented by the enumeration value NMT_XS_OPERATIONAL_253.
Table 23 – PowerlinkNMTStateEnumeration Values
|NMT_GS_INITIALISING_25||first state after power-on of the POWERLINK Device|
|NMT_GS_RESET_APPLICATION_41||set manufacturer-specific and standardised device profile area to their power-on values|
|NMT_GS_RESET_COMMUNICATION_57||set communication profile area (except ERR_History_ADOM) to their power-on values|
|NMT_GS_RESET_CONFIGURATION_121||generate the active device configuration|
|NMT_XS_NOT_ACTIVE_28||a non-permanent state which allows a starting device to recognise the current network state|
|NMT_XS_PRE_OPERATIONAL_1_29||the POWERLINK network operates in reduced cycle|
|NMT_XS_PRE_OPERATIONAL_2_93||the POWERLINK network operates in isochronous operation, but the device is still in a configuration state|
|NMT_XS_READY_TO_OPERATE_109||the device configuration is completed and the device is ready to switch over to NMT_XS_OPERATIONAL|
|NMT_XS_OPERATIONAL_253||normal operating state of a POWERLINK Device|
|NMT_CS_STOPPED_77||the device is largely passive, NMT_CS_STOPPED shall be used for controlled shutdown of a selected CN while the system is still running|
|NMT_XS_BASIC_ETHERNET_30||Legacy Ethernet communication according to IEEE 802.3, no POWERLINK specific network traffic control|
Its representation in the AddressSpace is defined in Table 24.
Table 24 – PowerlinkNMTStateEnumeration Definition
|Subtype of Enumeration defined in OPC 10000-5.|