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To access POWERLINK Objects on a Server, which represents more than one POWERLINK Object Dictionary the size of the NodeId is 6 byte and the format is defined in Table 49.

Table 49 – NodeIds for multiple instances

Byte Description
0 LSB of the objects POWERLINK Index
1 HSB of the objects POWERLINK Index
2 POWERLINK Sub-Index
3 DataTypeId
4 POWERLINK DeviceAddress
5 POWERLINK Network

Byte 0 to 3 have the same function like in Table 48.

Byte 4 defines the Address of the device in the POWERLINK network.

Byte 5 defines the interface/network number where this device is expected. The assignment of a number to a physical interface is application specific.

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