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COB ID


The COB ID entry also indicates if the PDO is used or not, the size of the identifier and whether remote transmit requests are allowed for the PDO.

For an 11-bit COB ID the value of the Subentry is constructed as follows:

BitDescription
0 - 10COB ID for PDO
11 - 28Set to 0
29Set to 0 to select 11-bit COB ID
30Set to 1
310 the node uses the PDO; 1 the node does not use the PDO

For a 29-bit COB ID the value of the Subentry is constructed as follows:

BitDescription
0 – 28COB ID for PDO
29Set to 1 to select 29-bit COB ID
30Set to 1
310 the node uses the PDO; 1 the node does not use the PDO