PastaCookerParameterType provides information about the state of the device, the set values and the current actual values.

The PastaCookerParameterType is formally defined in Table 41.

Table 41— PastaCookerParameterType definition

Attribute

Value

BrowseName

PastaCookerParameterType

IsAbstract

False

References

NodeClass

BrowseName

DataType

TypeDefinition

ModellingRule AccessLevel

Subtype of KitchenDeviceParameterType

HasComponent

Variable

ProgramMode

PastaCookerModeEnumeration

BaseDataVariableType

M, R

HasComponent

Variable

CookingLevel

Int32

BaseDataVariableType

M, R

HasComponent

Variable

SetTemperature

Float

AnalogItemType

M, R

HasComponent

Variable

ActualTemperature

Float

AnalogItemType

M, R

HasComponent

Variable

SetProcessTime

Int32

AnalogItemType

M, R

HasComponent

Variable

TimeRemaining

Int32

AnalogItemType

M, R

HasComponent

Variable

SignalMode

SignalModeEnumeration

BaseDataVariableType

M, R

This variable describes the state of the device, e.g. heating up, frying, etc.

The data type for the PastaCookerModeEnumeration is defined in section 13.4.1.

This variable describes the cooking level with which heating up is to take place. The value is used only in the Cook and CookSlow ProgramMode.

This variable contains the set temperature to which heating up is to take place.

The EngineeringUnit property of the AnalogItemType has the value °C. The value for the EURange property is device-specific.

This variable describes the currently measured temperature.

The EngineeringUnit property of the AnalogItemType has the value °C. The value for the EURange property is device-specific.

This variable describes the set process time in seconds.

The EngineeringUnit property of the AnalogItemType has the value s. The value for the EURange property is device-specific.

This variable describes the remaining process time in seconds.

The EngineeringUnit property of the AnalogItemType has the value s. The value for the EURange property is device-specific.

This variable describes the state of the signal output. In addition to the on and off states, the "Signal was acknowledged" state is also saved.

The data type for the SignalModeEnumeration is defined in 13.4.2.