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This provides the specification to connect to the umati showcase

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umati showcase information model for Machine Tools

In the following the umati showcase describes the additional information on top of the OPC 40501-1 UA for MachineTools companion specification.

Please refer to the provided xml-Nodesets or UaModeler-project for exemplary implementation.

Changes/Deletions/Exceptions to the released information model

The following describes the umati showcase information model for Machine Tools.

For participants that are familiar with the information model, we have included comments and descriptions about changes between the released information model and the showcase information model.

All participants not familiar with the released information model do not need to review these changes in detail but rather follow the described model and refer to the provided xml Nodeset files and UA modeler project.

NodeSets for the showcase

Released UaModeler Project Released NodeSet

Protoyping NodeSet

Remark: You have to be umati partner and added to the access list. (Contact: info@umati.org)

Prototyping vs Non-Prototyping Machine Tools Nodesets

The OPC UA companion specification for Machine Tools uses the OrderedListType, which was introduced in OPC 10001-13 / Errata 1.04.7. This specific nodeset can only be integrated to an OPC UA server, which also supports this amendment. As severals SDKs and toolchains are not yet updated to 1.04.7 and do not allow the exchange of namespace 0, we provide the prototyping nodeset which is compatible to all 1.04 Servers. The prototyping nodeset introduces an additional namespace http://vdw.de/protoyping/, which adds the required ObjectTypes of the amendment to the address space.

To determine if your toolchain is compatible with the OPC UA companion specification for Machine Tools specification, check for the OrderedListType (NodeId ns0;i=23518) and have a look at Root->Objects->Server->Namespaces->http://opcfoundation.org/UA/->NamespaceVersion (NodeId: ns0;i=15959) whether the version is greater or equal to 1.04.7. If the toolchain is not compatible, stick with the prototyping nodeset for the showcase.

The prototyping nodeset is only supported for the upcoming showcases in 2020 and the support of the prototyping nodeset may be dropped for further showcases in 2021 when a reasonable amount of SDKs have been updated.

General information valid for the umati showcase demonstration

DISCLAIMER For all applications the OPC UA server is to be configured without predefined NodeIDs for the instances. Clients will need to browse Instances or translate BrowsePaths find the NodeID for accessing the address space and available instances.

Identification data

The identification for machine tools are inherited from the Machinery companion specification. To fill the demo dashboard machine page with the most content the variables marked with a strong mandatory should be provided if you like to look the machine identification nicely.

MachineIdentificationType Definition

Attribute Value        
BrowseName MachineIdentificationType        
IsAbstract False        
Description Contains information about the identification and nameplate of a machine        
           
References Node Class BrowseName DataType TypeDefinition Other
Subtype of the 2:FunctionalGroupType defined in OPC 10000-100, i.e. inheriting the InstanceDeclarations of that Node.          
0:HasProperty Variable 0:DefaultInstanceBrowseName 0:QualifiedName 0:PropertyType  
0:HasInterface ObjectType IMachineVendorNameplateType      
0:HasInterface ObjectType IMachineTagNameplateType      
Applied from IMachineVendorNameplateType          
0:HasProperty Variable 2:ProductInstanceUri 0:String 0:PropertyType M, RO
0:HasProperty Variable 2:Manufacturer 0:LocalizedText 0:PropertyType M, RO
0:HasProperty Variable 2:ManufacturerUri 0:String 0:PropertyType O, RO
0:HasProperty Variable 2:Model 0:LocalizedText 0:PropertyType M, RO
0:HasProperty Variable 2:ProductCode 0:String 0:PropertyType M, RO
0:HasProperty Variable 2:HardwareRevision 0:String 0:PropertyType O, RO
0:HasProperty Variable 2:SoftwareRevision 0:String 0:PropertyType M, RO
0:HasProperty Variable 2:DeviceClass 0:String 0:PropertyType O, RO
0:HasProperty Variable 2:SerialNumber 0:String 0:PropertyType M, RO
0:HasProperty Variable YearOfConstruction UInt16 0:PropertyType M, RO
0:HasProperty Variable MonthOfConstruction Byte 0:PropertyType O, RO
0:HasProperty Variable InitialOperationDate DateTime 0:PropertyType O, RO
Applied from IMachineTagNameplateType          
0:HasProperty Variable 2:AssetId 0:String 0:PropertyType O, RW
0:HasProperty Variable 2:ComponentName 0:LocalizedText 0:PropertyType O, RW
0:HasProperty Variable Location 0:String 0:PropertyType M, RW

Special requirements for correct locating on the dashboard

The instance Location shall be provided in the format <fair> <hall> <booth>, e.g, “METAV 1 A22” or format <N/S> <Latitude|##.#########> <EW> <Longitude|###.#########>, e.g. N 51.257315 E 6.740885

If the machine shall be referenced to more than one fair, provide a list of fair location, deliminated by slash e.g. METAV <XXX> <XXX>/EMO 12 D17/N 51.257315 E 6.740885

FAIR Shortnames

Fair shortnames are defined here.

Adaption of the provided information models for your purpose

Value mapping between OPC UA companion specification and umati.app MachineTool

Machine Tool - Overview

Overview

Active Program Statusbar

For the status overview in the dashboard, the State of the ProductionActiveProgramType is stored and plotted over time. The status bar does NOT relate to the stacklight status!

Each status is assigned to a color, the color scheme is here (subject to change):

State Color
Initializing ⚪ Gray
Running 🟢 Green
Ended 🔵 Cyan
Interrupted 🟠 Orange
Aborted 🔴 Red
Any other (unspecified) state ⚫ Black

A gap is left for periods of time in which no data was recorded (e.g. machine offline). An exemplary timeline is shown above.

Machine Tool - Identification

Identification

Machine Tool - Equipment - Tools

Tools

Machine Tool - Active Program

ActiveProgram

Machine Tool - Monitoring

Monitoring