The CoffeeMachineRecipeParameterType defines the parameters of a recipe for coffee machines.

The CoffeeMachineRecipeParameterType is formally defined in Table 46.

Table 46— CoffeeMachineRecipeParameterType definition

Attribute

Value

BrowseName

CoffeeMachineRecipeParameterType

IsAbstract

False

References

NodeClass

BrowseName

DataType

TypeDefinition

ModellingRule AccessLevel

Subtype of KitchenDeviceParameterType

HasComponent

Variable

BeverageSize

Float

AnalogItemType

M, RW

HasComponent

Variable

BeverageSML

BeverageSMLEnumeration

BaseDataVariableType

M, RW

HasComponent

Variable

GroundsAmount

Float

AnalogItemType

M, RW

HasComponent

Variable

GroundsWater

Float

AnalogItemType

M, RW

HasComponent

Variable

Container

UInt32

MultiStateDiscreteType

M, R

HasComponent

Variable

CoffeeType

UInt32

MultiStateDiscreteType

M, RW

HasComponent

Variable

RcpType

UInt32

MultiStateDiscreteType

M, RW

HasComponent

Variable

MilkAmount

Float

AnalogItemType

M, RW

HasComponent

Variable

FoamAmount

Float

AnalogItemType

M, RW

HasComponent

Variable

PowderAmount

Float

AnalogItemType

M, RW

The BeverageSize variable with the data type Float represents the beverage size as a percentage change in the set recipe parameters. The value of the variable can be read and written.

The EngineeringUnit property of the AnalogItemType has the value % and the EURange property has the minimum value 50 and the maximum value 150.

The BeverageSML variable with the data type BeverageSMLEnumeration represents the beverage size preselection. The data type is defined in section 14.4.2. The value of the variable can be read and written.

The GroundsAmount variable with the data type Float represents the coffee grounds quantity. The value of the variable can be read and written.

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

The GroundsWater variable with the data type Float represents the water quantity. The value of the variable can be read and written.

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

The Container variable represents the coffee container.

A selection of possible containers can be made available for the specific device via the EnumStrings property of the MultiStateDiscreteType.

The CoffeeType variable represents the beverage type, for example espresso, cafe crème or filter coffee, and thus defines the basic recipe.

The beverage type can be made available via the EnumStrings property of the MultiStateDiscreteType.

The RcpType variable represents the recipe type of the beverage.

The recipe type of the beverage can be made available via the EnumStrings property of the MultiStateDiscreteType.

The MilkAmount variable represents the amount of milk in a beverage. The value of the variable can be read and written.

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

The FoamAmount variable represents the amount of milk foam in a beverage. The value of the variable can be read and written.

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

The PowderAmount variable represents the amount of powder in a beverage. The value of the variable can be read and written.

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