Index of the Area (1 ... 15, 0 = area 0 with area line is not shown)
Main Line Name
Name of the main line (the properties are analogous to Area, if present); the main line of the area as such is not shown in the topology.
Main line media type
Media type of the main line; subordinate lines inherit this type provided that this does not cause a conflict.
You may specify one explicit connection (interface) per line (the main line here). This will then be used for access during bus operations. In addition to the specific use of a special connection for this line (e.g. diagnostics/ download only in this line), this also allows simultaneous parallel download into different lines.
•In a project export, possible connections on a line are included in the export as they are an integral part of the project. During an import on another computer, these connections on the line are then used for the bus access.
•For details on the use/ priority of possible connections, see Connection Settings.
Here you can add a comment with the formatting options BOLD; ITALIC; UNDERLINED (max. 64k characters). The content is included in project exports and imports.
1.Number of devices on this line (and only on this line, i.e. area line, main line or line). There is no addition of devices from possible subordinate topology levels.
2.Total sum of the bus current (mA) of all devices in this line.
3.Manage/ edit additional manual filter entries. Possible entries in the area line are oriented towards the IP world; see World Coupler.
•Press the ALT + ENTER keys; the Sidebar Settings dialog will open.
•Press F2 or double-click on the item. You can then edit the item directly in the List View.
•Use a left mouse click on the corresponding button in the Context Tool Bar.
•Use a right mouse click on the desired destination (and then use Add). If by definition only one element type is possible at this location, this will be displayed directly in the context menu.
•Use the Edit function in the Menu Bar.
In the dialog that opens, you can enter the number and the names of the elements to be added.
•Use the + button in the input window to add several elements at once but give them different names.