ISO/TS 10303-1292:2011 Preview

Industrial automation systems and integration -- Product data representation and exchange -- Part 1292: Application module: AP239 product definition information

ISO/TS 10303-1292:2011-10 specifies the application module for AP239 product definition information.

The following are within the scope of ISO/TS 10303-1292:2011-10:

  • the representation of parts, their versions, their definitions, and their management information, such as dates, that are assigned to them;
  • the representation of assignments of an identifier and alias identifications to parts and their versions;
  • the representation of characterization views of a version of a part;
  • the representation of the data that identify a product and the categories of products it belongs to;
  • the representation of relationships between versions of products;
  • the representation of context-dependent relationships between definitions of product versions;
  • the representation of the composition of an assembly as parent-child relationships between views on products;
  • the representation of the shape of an assembly as the composition of the shape representation of its components;
  • the association of valued properties to a part or to an assembly;
  • the association of documentation to a part or to an assembly;
  • the identification of positions within an assembly of parts to which component parts may be attached;
  • the identification of parts that are attached to identified positions within an assembly;
  • the identification of a breakdown of a product or product_as_individual;
  • the identification of the elements that comprise a breakdown;
  • the identification of parent-child relationships between breakdown elements;
  • the identification of relationships between elements in different breakdowns;
  • the representation of the replacement of a product by another;
  • the representation and classification of documents and document information that may apply to part definition information;
  • the representation of properties of objects, their values and types, and classifications;
  • the representation of information that records the identification of an existing or potential future artifact - an actual product whose properties can only be known by observation or by derivation from observations;
  • the representation of interfaces between products;
  • the representation of the life cycle phase of existing interfaces between actual products (as realized), and includes planned interfaces between planned products;
  • the representation of relationships between requirements and items to which they are assigned, and between requirements and the items which are their source;
  • the representation of the information that identify a requirement and versions of requirements;
  • the representation of characterization views of a requirement version;
  • the representation of relationships between requirements which are expressed as relationships between requirement view definitions;
  • the representation of a type of state;
  • the representation of an observed state;
  • the identification of the configuration of a product for a given product concept;
  • the specification of effectivity constraints applied to configuration of a product.


General information

  • Status :  Published
    Publication date : 2011-10
  • Edition : 4
    Number of pages : 8
  • :
    ISO/TC 184/SC 4
    Industrial data
  • 25.040.40
    Industrial process measurement and control

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Cover page: STEP Module and Resource Library (SMRL)
STEP Module and Resource Library (SMRL)
This collection is the standard for the exchange of product model data (STEP) module and resource library (SMRL). It is intended for those who are considering adopting ISO 10303 modular application protocols, application modules, and resource parts, or systems built on them, for product data representation...

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