Railway applications - Functional Interface Specification - Pantograph System

This Technical Report is covering the description of the pantograph system and the functional interface between the pantograph system itself and the TCMS, including the context of multiple units. The pantograph system contains the pantograph and the pantograph control. The internal interface between pantograph and pantograph control is not in the scope of this document.

Bahnanwendungen - Funktionale Schnittstellenbeschreibung - Stromabnehmersystem

Applications ferroviaires - Spécification de l'interface fonctionnelle - Système des pantographes

Železniške naprave - Specifikacija funkcijskega vmesnika - Pantografski sistem

To tehnično poročilo zajema opis pantografskega sistema in funkcijskega vmesnika med pantografskim sistemom in TCMS, vključno v kontekstu več enot. Pantografski sistem sestavlja pantograf in krmiljenje pantografa. Notranji vmesnik med pantografom in krmiljenjem pantografa ne spada na področje uporabe tega dokumenta.

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST-TP CLC/TR 50624:2018
01-oktober-2018
Železniške naprave - Specifikacija funkcijskega vmesnika - Pantografski sistem
Railway applications - Functional Interface Specification - Pantograph System
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: CLC/TR 50624:2014
ICS:
35.200 Vmesniška in povezovalna Interface and interconnection
oprema equipment
45.020 Železniška tehnika na Railway engineering in
splošno general
SIST-TP CLC/TR 50624:2018 en

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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TECHNICAL REPORT CLC/TR 50624
RAPPORT TECHNIQUE
TECHNISCHER BERICHT
June 2014
ICS 35.240.60
English Version
Railway applications - Functional Interface Specification -
Pantograph System
Applications ferroviaires - Spécification d'interface To be completed
fonctionnelle - Système de pantographe
This Technical Report was approved by CENELEC on 2014-06-02.

CENELEC members are the national electrotechnical committees of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic,

Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia,

Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland,

Turkey and the United Kingdom.
European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization
Comité Européen de Normalisation Electrotechnique
Europäisches Komitee für Elektrotechnische Normung
CEN-CENELEC Management Centre: Avenue Marnix 17, B-1000 Brussels

© 2014 CENELEC All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved worldwide for CENELEC Members.

Ref. No. CLC/TR 50624:2014 E
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Contents

Foreword ................................................................................................................................................ 4

1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................ 5

2 Normative references ....................................................................................................................... 5

3 Terms, definitions and abbreviations ................................................................................................ 5

4 Pantograph reference architecture ................................................................................................... 6

5 Functional description ....................................................................................................................... 7

Annex A (informative) UML common definitions ...................................................................................24

A.1 Common definitions ........................................................................................................................24

A.2 UML description ..............................................................................................................................25

A.2.1 UML component diagram ........................................................................................................25

A.2.2 UML deployment diagram .......................................................................................................26

A.2.3 UML class diagram ..................................................................................................................27

Figures

Figure 1 - pantograph system and TCMS interface .................................................................................6

Figure 2 - interaction between Pantograph system and TCMS ...............................................................7

Figure 3 - TCMS control interface related to the pantograph system ......................................................8

Figure 4 - Common Diagnostics TCMS interface .....................................................................................9

Figure 5 - Pantograph control reference architecture overview ............................................................ 11

Figure 6 - Pantograph system data types ............................................................................................. 12

Figure 7 - Pantograph control and parametrisation interfaces .............................................................. 15

Figure 8 - State chart for the control of a single pantograph ................................................................. 18

Figure 9 - Pantograph diagnostics interface .......................................................................................... 19

Figure 10 - Pantograph system service interface .................................................................................. 22

Tables

Table 1 - Abbreviation table......................................................................................................................6

Table 2 - MPU functional interface - attributes .........................................................................................9

Table 3 - Voltage systems managed by the pantograph ....................................................................... 10

Table 4 - Driving directions .................................................................................................................... 10

Table 5 - Pantograph system modes .................................................................................................... 12

Table 6 - Status of the operation auxiliary supply ................................................................................. 13

Table 7 - Status of the contact strip ....................................................................................................... 13

Table 8 - Contact force of the pantograph............................................................................................. 14

Table 9 - Contact line categories ........................................................................................................... 14

Table 10 - Pantograph control functional interface attributes ................................................................ 16

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Table 11 - Pantograph control functional interface operations .............................................................. 16

Table 12 - Pantograph functional interface attributes ........................................................................... 17

Table 13 - Pantograph functional interface operations ......................................................................... 17

Table 14 - Pantograph functional interface diagnostic attributes .......................................................... 20

Table 15 - Pantograph functional interface diagnostic operations ........................................................ 21

Table 16 - Pantograph functional interface service attributes ............................................................... 23

Table 17 - Pantograph functional interface service operations ............................................................. 23

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Foreword

This document (CLC/TR 50624:2014) has been prepared by WG15 of CLC/TC 9X "Electrical and

electronic applications for railways".

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of

patent rights. CENELEC [and/or CEN] shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such

patent rights.

This document has been prepared under a mandate given to CENELEC by the European Commission

and the European Free Trade Association.
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1 Scope

This Technical Report is covering the description of the pantograph system and the functional

interface between the pantograph system itself and the TCMS, including the context of multiple units.

The pantograph system contains the pantograph and the pantograph control. The internal interface

between pantograph and pantograph control is not in the scope of this document.
2 Normative references

The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and are

indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated

references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

EN 50367, Railway applications - Current collection systems - Technical criteria for the interaction

between pantograph and overhead line (to achieve free access)

EN 61131-3:2013, Programmable controllers - Part 3: Programming languages (IEC 61131-3:2013)

UIC 556, Information transmission in the train (train-bus)
3 Terms, definitions and abbreviations

For the purposes of this document, the following terms, definitions and abbreviations apply.

3.1 Terms
3.1.1
configuration
action that affects the system function
3.1.2
parameterisation
action that affects the system behaviour
3.2 Abbreviations

All the abbreviations used in this document are listed in Table 1, in alphabetic order referenced to their

term.
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Table 1 - Abbreviation table
Abbreviation Term
FBS Functional Breakdown Structure
FIS Functional Interface Specification
MAC Media Access Control (related to data transmission in networks)
MPU Main Processing Unit
PBS Product Breakdown Structure
PTU Pantograph Control Unit
QoS Quality of Service (related to data transmission in networks)
RAMS Reliability, Availability, Maintainability, Safety
TCMS Train Control & Monitoring System
UML Unified Modelling Language
UTC Universal Time Coordinated (time scale)
4 Pantograph reference architecture
The pantograph reference architecture is shown in Figure 1.

The pantograph system has a network interface with the TCMS for the purpose of control and

monitoring, as well as for service and diagnostics. This document describes the interface between

TCMS and one single Pantograph system with regard to the context of multiple units.

Figure 1 - pantograph system and TCMS interface

In addition to the pantograph control reference overview, as it is described in the subsequent clauses,

the scope of this FIS for controlling a pantograph is shown in Figure 2. It is to be noted that PBS 4.1.1

is the reference to the original MODTRAIN document from which this document is derived and PBS

9.2 is the reference to the original MODTRAIN document describing TCMS.
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Figure 2 - interaction between Pantograph system and TCMS
5 Functional description
5.1 General

In this clause are described the pantograph functions external to the TCMS, which exchange

information with the TCMS over the interface.

The here described interface is a basic standard interface with possibilities of extension (parameters

and services can be added).

If not especially mentioned for each parameter a Set and a Get service is provided.

The function types which are considered are the following:
• Functions for parameterisation
• Functions for control
• Functions for monitoring
• Functions for diagnostics
• Functions for service
5.2 Specific requirements on functional interfaces
If deemed useful, the static description of data are completed by:

• Dynamic description, with sequence diagrams, possibly using several interfaces identified in

the reference architecture, for normal and degraded modes. These diagrams may contains

timing requirements (such as time between the command set to TCMS and notification to

remote actuators)
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• RAMS requirements to the communication and processing in the TCMS
• Any other relevant item
• The physical layer shall be defined later
5.3 Interface between pantograph and TCMS
5.3.1 General

Figure 3 shows the UML diagram of the TCMS control interface related to the pantograph system.

Figure 4 shows the UML diagram of the diagnostic common interface between the pantograph and

TCMS.
Figure 3 - TCMS control interface related to the pantograph system
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Figure 4 - Common Diagnostics TCMS interface
5.3.2 FI_MPU_Pantograph

Table 2 lists the attribute of the central interface of the TCMS providing data for the Pantograph

Table 2 - MPU functional interface - attributes
Attribute Visibility Type Description
lifesign 0 - PUBLIC UINT <> refer to
CommonDefinitions - Types
time 0 - PUBLIC Time <> refer to
CommonDefinitions - Types
position 0 - PUBLIC Position <> refer to
CommonDefinitions - Types
speed 0 - PUBLIC Speed <> refer to
CommonDefinitions - Types; for
vehicle pantograph control
distance 0 - PUBLIC Distance <> refer to
CommonDefinitions - Types
gTrainMode 0 - PUBLIC GeneralTrainMod <> refer to
e CommonDefinitions - Types
tmode 0 - PUBLIC TrainMode <> refer to
CommonDefinitions - Types
voltageSys 0 - PUBLIC VoltageSystem <> voltage system
detected for vehicle pantograph
control; types according to
MODPOWER FRS/SyFRS MP01
drivingDirection 0 - PUBLIC VehicleDrivingDir <> driving direction in
accordance with UIC 556 for vehicle
ection
pantograph control
infrastructureStructureSe 0 - PUBLIC LineCategory optional: actual category of
gment infrastructure (EN 50367) at the
train's location for vehicle pantograph
control
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5.3.3 VoltageSystem
Table 3 lists the voltage systems managed by the pantograph.
Table 3 - Voltage systems managed by the pantograph
Literal Value Description
INVALID 0 Invalid value
V25KV50HZ 1 25 kV, 50 Hz
V15KV16_7HZ 2 15 kV, 16,7 Hz
V3KVDC 3 3 kV, DC
V1_5KVDC 4 1,5 kV, DC
5.3.4 DrivingDirection
Table 4 lists the train driving direction according to UIC 556
Table 4 - Driving directions
Literal Value Description
INVALID 0 Signal is invalid
BACKWARD 1 driving direction in accordance with UIC 556 is backward
FORWARD 2 driving direction in accordance with UIC 556 is forward
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5.4 Pantograph Overview

Figure 5 shows the UML model of the pantograph control unit reference architecture.

Figure 5 - Pantograph control reference architecture overview
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5.5 Types
5.5.1 General
Figure 6 special Pantograph system data types.
Figure 6 - Pantograph system data types
5.5.2 PantographSystemMode

Table 5 lists system operation mode typically as an additional specific mode inside the general system

modes. The parameters listed are read only by the other systems.
Table 5 - Pantograph system modes
Literal Value Description
INVALID 0 Signal is invalid
UNFOLDED 1 Pantograph is unfolded
UNFOLDED_LIMITED 2 Pantograph is unfolded with height limitation
FOLDED 3 Pantograph is folded
UNFOLDING 4 Pantograph is actually unfolding
UNFOLDING_LIMITED 5 Pantograph is actually unfolding to a height limit
FOLDING 6 Pantograph is actually folding
FOLDING_EMERGENC 7 Pantograph is actually folding in an emergency way
INHIBITED 8 Unfolding of the pantograph is actually inhibited because
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Literal Value Description
of a detected damage of its contact strip
BLOCKED 9 Pantograph is actually manually blocked
5.5.3 OperationAuxiliarySupplyState

Table 6 lists the status of Operation Auxiliary Supply and reports if it is sufficient or not for the

pantograph's unfold/fold operation.
Table 6 - Status of the operation auxiliary supply
Literal Value Description
INVALID 0 Signal is invalid
e.g pressure in the air supply of the pantograph system is
OP_AUX_SUPPLY_OK
sufficient for operation.
OP_AUX_SUPPLY_ER e.g. pressure level of the air supply of the pantograph
ROR system is insufficient for operation
5.5.4 StateContactStrip
Table 7 lists the status of contact strip and reports if it is damaged or not.
Table 7 - Status of the contact strip
Literal Value Description
INVALID 0 Signal is invalid
STRIP_OK 1 No strip damage detected
STRIP_DAMAGED 2 Strip damage detected
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5.5.5 PantographContactForce

Table 8 lists the parameters relevant to definition of the contact force between the pantograph contact

strip and the catenary.
Table 8 - Contact force of the pantograph
Attribute Visibility Type Description
validity 0 - PUBLIC BOOL Indicates the validity of the value
contactForce:
TRUE: value of contactForce is valid
FALSE: value of contactForce is not
valid
contactForce 0 - PUBLIC UINT Contact force between the
pantograph contact strip and the
catenary in units of 0,1 N.
5.5.6 LineCategory

Table 9 lists the contact line categories according to EN 50367, defining parameters for pantograph

operation, like overhead voltage system, maximum speed, current at standstill, collector head

parameters, catenary parameters and contact force parameters.
Table 9 - Contact line categories
Literal Value Description
INVALID 0 value invalid
AC1 1 EN 50367: category for conventional and connecting lines
- a.c.; v = 160 km/h
AC2 2 EN 50367: upgraded lines around 200 km/h - a.c.;
160 km/h < v = 220 km/h
EN 50367: upgraded lines around 200 km/h - a.c.;
AC3 3
220 km/h < v < 250 km/h
AC4 4 EN 50367: high-speed lines - a.c.; v = 250 km/h
EN 50367: conventional and connecting lines - d.c.; v =
DC1 5
160 km/h
DC2 6 EN 50367: upgraded lines around 200 km/h - d.c.;
160 km/h < v = 220 km/h
DC3 7 EN 50367: high-speed lines - d.c.; 220 km/h < v =
250 km/h
NEUTRAL_SECTION neutral section
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5.6 Control and Parameterisation
5.6.1 General
Figure 7 shows the pantograph control and parameterisation interfaces.
Figure 7 - Pantograph control and parameterisation interfaces
5.6.2 FI_PantographControl
Table 10 lists the Pantograph control functional interface attributes.
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Table 10 - Pantograph control functional interface attributes
Attribute Visibility Type Description
specificSystemMode 0 - PUBLIC PantographSyste pantograph system mode
mMode
contactStripOK 0 - PUBLIC StateContactStrip <> status of the contact
strips
OperationAuxiliarySuppl 0 - PUBLIC OperationAuxiliar <> Status of the
yOK ySupplyState compressed air supply
ContactForce 0 - PUBLIC PantographConta <> Actual contact force
ctForce applied by the pantograph system to
press the contact strip upward against
the catenary
Table 11 lists the Pantograph control functional interface operations.
Table 11 - Pantograph control functional interface operations
Operation Visibility Parameter Description / Parameter
Shutdown 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Central organised shut down the
Result system – if required
UnfoldPanto 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Service for unfolding the pantograph
Result

UnfoldPantoToLimit 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Service for unfolding the pantograph

Result until a pre-adjusted height. If this
service is requested when the
pantograph structure is already
unfolded above its limited height, the
pantograph structure has to be
lowered in advance underneath the
limited height.
FoldPanto 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Service for folding the pantograph in
Result
normal operation

FoldPantoEmergency 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Service for folding the pantograph in

Result
emergency operation (fast)

SetpointContactForce 0 - PUBLIC (0 - IN) setpoint: Setpoint Value “Contact force” F0 =

PantographConta
f(v)
ctForce
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Operation Visibility Parameter Description / Parameter
(3 - RETURN) :
Result
Explanation of F0 = f(v):
F0 (v) + Fdyn (v) = Fm (v)
Fm (v): Target curve according to
infrastructure segment
Fdyn (v): physical influence of
pantograph type, position, direction
and velocity determined during test
trials with Fdyn (v=0 km/h) = 0 N
F0 (v): resulting setpoint value
5.6.3 FI_PantographParameter
Table 12 lists the Pantograph functional interface attributes.
Table 12 - Pantograph functional interface attributes
Attribute Visibility Type Description
timeDelayCtctStripSts 2 - PRIVATE UNIT Time delay in seconds between the
initiation of the command to unfold the
pantograph and the signal
ContactStripOK status becomes valid
Table 13 lists the Pantograph functional interface operations.
Table 13 - Pantograph functional interface operations
Operation Visibility Parameter Description / Parameter
GetDelayCtctStripSts 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Returns the value of the private
UINT parameter
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5.6.4 PantographControl
Figure 8 shows the state chart for the control of a single pantograph.
Figure 8 - State chart for the control of a single pantograph
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5.7 Diagnostics
5.7.1 General

Figure 9 shows how the diagnostics functionality is supported by functions that identifying a failure of

the system by the result of different diagnostic procedures.
Figure 9 - Pantograph diagnostics interface
5.7.2 FI_PantographDiagnostics

Table 14 lists specific diagnostic attributes published by means of the pantograph functional interface.

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Table 14 - Pantograph functional interface diagnostic attributes
Attribute Visibility Type Description
totalTimeUnfolded 2 - PRIVATE <> Time in seconds the
pantograph is unfolded
totalTimePoweredOn 2 - PRIVATE UDINT <> Counter to specify the
powerd on time of the pantograph in
seconds
totalTimeContactStripOK 2 - PRIVATE UDINT <> Total of time in
seconds the contact strip(s) of the
pantograph indicated the status OK;
Has to be reset after the maintenance
exchange of the contact strip(s)
totalNbrFoldings 2 - PRIVATE UDINT <> Total number of the
pantograph’s unfolding
totalNbrEmergencyFoldi 2 - PRIVATE UDINT <> Total number of the
ngs pantograph’s emergency unfolding
totalDistanceContactStri 2 - PRIVATE UDINT <> Integrated distance of
pOK the pantograph strip(s) being
operated: Has to be reset after
maintenace exchange of the contact
strip(s).

Table 15 lists specific diagnostic operations offered by the pantograph functional interface.

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Table 15 - Pantograph functional interface diagnostic operations
Operation Visibility Parameter Description / Parameter
GetTotalTimeUnfolded 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Returns the value of the private
UDINT parameter
GetTotalTimePoweredO 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Returns the value of the private
n UDINT parameter

GetTotalTimeContactStri 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Returns the value of the private

pOK UDINT parameter
GetTotalNbrFoldings 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Returns the value of the private
UDINT parameter

GetTotalNbrEmergencyF 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Returns the value of the private

oldings UDINT parameter
ResetFaultLog 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Reset of the fault log
Result
DiagnosticsUpload 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Upload of diagnostics data
Result

GetTotalDistanceContac 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Returns the value of the private

tStripOK UDINT parameter
5.8 Service
5.8.1 General

Figure 10 shows the service functionality which includes services for commissioning and maintenance

of the system such as e.g. software download and unit self test.
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Figure 10 - Pantograph system service interface
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5.8.2 FI_PantographService
Table 16 lists Pantograph functional interface service attributes.
Table 16 - Pantograph functional interface service attributes
Attribute Visibility Type Description
selfTestResult 2 - PRIVATE Result result of selftest
Table 17 lists Pantograph functional interface service operations.
Table 17 - Pantograph functional interface service operations
Operation Visibility Parameter Description / Parameter
SWDownload 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Download the specified system
software (OS, application,
Result
configuration, …)
StartSelftest 0 - PUBLIC (0 - IN) selftest: Service to start different system
depending selftests indicated by the
Selftest
parameter selftest
GetSelftestResult 0 - PUBLIC (3 - RETURN) : Returns result of self test
SelftestResult
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Annex A
(informative)
UML common definitions
A.1 Common definitions

This annex describes common types and interfaces used by the different systems (e.g. Door, HVAC,

Battery).
The following functions are considered:
• Functions for parameterisation
• Functions for control
• Functions for monitoring
• Functions for diagnostics
• Functions for service
The rules for UML modelling are listed in Figure A.1.
Figure A.1 - Rules for UML modelling
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A.2 UML description
A.2.1 UML component diagram
Figure A.2 shows the structure of a generic UML component diagram
Figure A.2 - UML component diagram structure
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A.2.2 UML deployment diagram
Figure A.3 shows the structure of a generic UML deployment diagram.
Figure A.3 - UML deployment diagram structure
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A.2.3 UML class diagram
A.2.3.1 General
Figure A.4 shows the structure of a generic UML class diagram.
Figure A.4 - UML class diagram description
A.2.3.2 Class1
Table A.1 lists the attribute of Class1.
Table A.1 - Class 1 attribute
Attribute Visibility Type Description
privateAttribute 2 - PRIVATE Type1 Private attribute of type "Type1".
publicAttribute 0 - PUBLIC Type2 Public attribute of type "Type2".
readOnlyAttribute 0 - PUBLIC Type3 <> Readonly public
attribute of type "Type3".
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Table A.2 lists the attribute of Class1.
Table A.2 - Class 1 operation
Operation Visibility Parameter Description
PrivateOperation 2 - PRIVATE (0 - IN) input: input: Input parameter of type
InputType "InputType".
(1 - OUT) output: output: Output parameter of type
OutputType "OutputType".
(3 - RETURN) : : Return value of type "ReturnType".
ReturnType
PubliclOperation 0 - PUBLIC
A.2.3.3 Types
A.2.3.3.1 General
Figure A.5 lists common primitive types and constants.
Figure A.5 - Common primitive types and constants
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Figure A.6 lists common enumeration types.
Figure A.6 - Common enumeration types
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Figure A.7 lists common data types.
Figure A.7 - Common data types
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A.2.3.3.2 <> UICGlobalData
Table A.3 lists the UIC556 global data.
Table A.3 - UIC global data
Attribute Visibility Type Description
confPos 0 - PUBLIC USINT[8] Confirmed position of unreachable
vehicles (UIC556, Appendix 3.3 byte
13...20).
trnVhclCnt 0 - PUBLIC USINT Vehicles in train (UIC556, Appendix
3.1 Composition of NADI, global part)
topoCnt 0 - PUBLIC USINT Topology count
...

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