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The ToolLoadPrognosisType is a prognosis indicating at which time in the future a tool will be loaded into the machine. This prognosis indicates loading a tool within the machine’s workspace or a tool magazine the machine has access to. The ToolLoadPrognosisType shall also be used for prognoses to load tools larger than standard tools (which might imply different work routines).

If a tool that already is in the machine is intended to be exchanged with a similar tool, the ToolChangePrognosisType shall be used.

The ToolLoadPrognosisType is formally defined in Table 74.

Table 74 – ToolLoadPrognosisType Definition

Attribute Value        
BrowseName ToolLoadPrognosisType        
IsAbstract False        
References Node Class BrowseName DataType TypeDefinition Other
Subtype of the PrognosisType defined in 8.6.4 i.e. inheriting the InstanceDeclarations of that Node.          
0:HasComponent Variable Location 0:LocalizedText 0:BaseDataVariableType M, RO
0:HasComponent Variable ToolIdentifier 0:String 0:BaseDataVariableType O, RO
0:HasComponent Variable ToolName 0:String 0:BaseDataVariableType O, RO
Conformance Units          
MachineTool PrognosisType          
MachineTool Prognoses Dynamic List          

Location refers to the place the tool shall be put within the machine’s system boundary, e.g. a tool magazine or the workspace of the machine.

ToolIdentifier contains the unique identifier of the tool. This value shall be the same as for the Identifier Property of the BaseToolType. If the tool is not available in the AddressSpace, the ToolIdentifier shall be given in a similar manner. The ToolIdentifier of ToolLoadPrognosisType and ToolUnloadPrognosisType shall match exactly for the same tool.

ToolName contains the name of the tool, as described for the BaseToolType in 8.5.3. If the tool is not available in the AddressSpace, the ToolName shall be given in a similar manner.

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