16 HeatUpType ToC Previous Next

HeatUpType is optional and an alternative to the SetRamp functionality of MonitoredParameterType defined in OPC 40083. With HeatUpType, it can be pre-defined how the control circuit is to be operated when it is switched on for the next time; with or without heat-up process.

There are various terms for heat-up, amongst others softstart. The target is to limit the controller output in order to heat up the heating element slowly, so that the moisture can evaporate without causing damage to the heating element.

Table 20 – HeatUpType

Attribute Value        
BrowseName HeatUpType        
IsAbstract False        
References Node Class BrowseName DataType TypeDefinition Other
Subtype of 0:BaseObjectType defined in OPC UA Part 5          
0:HasProperty Variable ManualOutputLimitActive 0:Boolean 0:PropertyType O, RW
0: HasComponent Variable SetValueManualOutputLimit 0:Double 0:AnalogItemType O, RW
0: HasComponent Variable SetValueTemperature 0:Double 0:AnalogItemType O, RW
0:HasProperty Variable EvenHeatUpEnabled 0:Boolean 0:PropertyType O, RW
0:HasProperty Variable RelayHeatingGroup 0:Byte 0:PropertyType O, RW
0:HasProperty Variable RelayHeatingTime 0:Duration 0:PropertyType O, RW

16.1 ManualOutputLimitActive ToC Previous Next

Activates heat-up process with pre-defined SetValueManualOutputLimit until SetValueTemperature is reached.

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