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This ObjectType contains components which are necessary to operate the TCD. It is formally defined in Table 3.

Table 3 – OperationType Definition

Attribute Value        
BrowseName OperationType        
IsAbstract False        
References Node Class BrowseName DataType TypeDefinition Other
Subtype of 0:BaseObjectType defined in OPC UA Part 5          
0:HasProperty Variable DeviceMappingNumber 0:UInt32 0:PropertyType M, RW
0:HasProperty Variable HighestActiveAlarmSeverity 0:UInt16 0:PropertyType M, R
0:HasComponent Variable ActiveErrors 3:ActiveErrorDataType[] 0:BaseDataVariableType M, R
0:HasComponent Method ResetAllErrors     O
0:HasComponent Method ResetErrorById     O
0:HasProperty Variable OperatingMode OperatingMode Enumeration 0:PropertyType M, RO
0:HasComponent Variable HoursOfOperation 0:Double 0:AnalogItemType O, RO
0:HasComponent Method IdentifyDevice     O
0:HasComponent Method SwitchOn     M
0:HasComponent Method SwitchOff     M
0:HasComponent Method ReduceToStandByOn     O
0:HasComponent Method ReduceToStandByOff     O

9.1 DeviceMappingNumber ToC Previous Next

Description: Unique identifier/address/number for devices of the same DeviceType within a local network. Several peripheral devices of the same DeviceType can be connected to a machine. In most applications, the machine must map the connected peripheral devices to internal logical devices and zones in a fixed configuration (e.g. hot runner systems according to the wiring or temperature control devices according to the tubing). The mapping shall be stable after reconnecting the devices and is therefore not possible via IP addresses, which can be assigned dynamically via DHCP. DeviceMappingNumber sets the mapping order of peripheral devices of the same type on the local network and is therefore of type UInt32.

Example: 1

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