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The HasEffectUnsuppressed ReferenceType is a concrete ReferenceType and can be used directly. It is a subtype of HasEffect.

The semantic of this ReferenceType is to point form a Transition to an Alarm that will no longer be suppressed.

  • If the Reference is to an Object then all Alarms in the HasNotifier hierarchy below that Object are removed from being suppressed,
  • If the target is an AlarmType then all instance of that AlarmType are no longer suppressed below the Object containing the StateMachine,
  • if the target is an Alarm instance then the given Alarm instance is no longer suppressed. No errors are logged if the Alarm was not suppressed. The SourceNode of this ReferenceType shall be an Object of the ObjectType TransitionType or one of its subtypes. The TargetNode can be of any NodeClass.

The representation of the HasEffectUnsuppressed ReferenceType in the AddressSpace is specified in Table 139.

Table 139 – HasEffectUnsuppressed ReferenceType

Attributes Value    
BrowseName HasEffectUnsuppressed    
InverseName MayBeUnsuppressedBy    
Symmetric False    
IsAbstract False    
References NodeClass BrowseName Comment
A & C Statemachine Suppression Trigger      

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