Commit b297027d2db751a6d6380487927e83a3345193c9

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Applied corrections to documentation according to editHelp's comments. Changed n…

…ames of misspelled data points smokeThreshold and temperatureThreshold.
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49 49 </Module>
50 50 <Module name="temperature" optional="false">
51 51 <extends domain="org.onem2m.home.moduleclass" class="temperature"/>
52   - <Doc>This value of “currentTemperature” in this module instance represents the temperature of the nozzle. This value SHALL be a float number in a range from 0.0 to 1000.0.</Doc>
  52 + <Doc>This value of “currentTemperature” in this module instance represents the temperature of the nozzle. This value SHALL be a float number in a range from 0,0 to 1 000,0.</Doc>
53 53 </Module>
54 54 <Module name="printQueue" optional="false">
55 55 <extends domain="org.onem2m.home.moduleclass" class="printQueue"/>
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86 86 </Module>
87 87 <Module name="sleepTimer" optional="true">
88 88 <extends domain="org.onem2m.home.moduleclass" class="timer"/>
89   - <Doc>The sleep function, which is vendor-specific algorithm (for example increasing the remperature by one degree for every 30 minutes), is triggered instantly when "targetDuration" is set, and it indicates the time to the end of appliance operation. It is set at runtime by a user application.</Doc>
  89 + <Doc>The sleep function, which is vendor-specific algorithm (for example increasing the temperature by one degree for every 30 minutes), is triggered instantly when "targetDuration" is set, and it indicates the time to the end of appliance operation. It is set at runtime by a user application.</Doc>
90 90 </Module>
91 91 <Module name="turbo" optional="true">
92 92 <extends domain="org.onem2m.home.moduleclass" class="turbo"/>
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501 501  
502 502  
503 503 <Device id="deviceDoor">
504   - <Doc>A door is a device that is used to open and close a door.</Doc>
  504 + <Doc>A deviceDoor is a device that is used to open and close a door.</Doc>
505 505 <Modules>
506 506 <Module name="openLevel" optional="true">
507 507 <extends domain="org.onem2m.home.moduleclass" class="openLevel"/>
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611 611  
612 612  
613 613 <Device id="deviceHomeCCTV">
614   - <Doc>A home CCTV is a smart home appliance to provide monitoring capabilities when people stay way from their home or a room, or to monitor the environmental status of their home or room.</Doc>
  614 + <Doc>A home CCTV is a smart home appliance to provide monitoring capabilities when people stay away from their home or a room, or to monitor the environmental status of their home or room.</Doc>
615 615 <Modules>
616 616 <Module name="binarySwitch" optional="false">
617 617 <extends domain="org.onem2m.home.moduleclass" class="binarySwitch"/>
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824 824 <Modules>
825 825 <Module name="pulsemeter" optional="true">
826 826 <extends domain="org.onem2m.home.moduleclass" class="pulsemeter"/>
827   - <Doc>When the "oximeter" module doesn’t exist, then the "pulsemeter" module is mandatory.</Doc>
  827 + <Doc>When the "oximeter" module does not exist, then the "pulsemeter" module is mandatory.</Doc>
828 828 </Module>
829 829 <Module name="oximeter" optional="true">
830 830 <extends domain="org.onem2m.home.moduleclass" class="oximeter"/>
831   - <Doc>When the "pulsemeter" module doesn’t exist, then the "oximeter" module is mandatory.</Doc>
  831 + <Doc>When the "pulsemeter" module does not exist, then the "oximeter" module is mandatory.</Doc>
832 832 </Module>
833 833 <Module name="battery" optional="false">
834 834 <extends domain="org.onem2m.home.moduleclass" class="battery"/>
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857 857 </Module>
858 858 <Module name="customTemperature" optional="true">
859 859 <extends domain="org.onem2m.home.moduleclass" class="temperature"/>
860   - <Doc>This module can be configured to fridge temperature or frozen temperature based on its usage by manufacturer</Doc>
  860 + <Doc>This module can be configured to fridge temperature or frozen temperature based on its usage by manufacturer.</Doc>
861 861 </Module>
862 862 <Module name="refrigeration" optional="true">
863 863 <extends domain="org.onem2m.home.moduleclass" class="refrigeration"/>
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914 914  
915 915  
916 916 <Device id="deviceSecurityPanel">
917   - <Doc>A security pannel is a device that can change the security mode of, for example, an alarm system.</Doc>
  917 + <Doc>A security panel is a device that can change the security mode of, for example, an alarm system.</Doc>
918 918 <Modules>
919 919 <Module name="securityMode" optional="false">
920 920 <extends domain="org.onem2m.home.moduleclass" class="securityMode"/>
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946 946  
947 947  
948 948 <Device id="deviceSmartElectricMeter">
949   - <Doc>A smart electric meter is a metering device that is used to measure consumption data for electrictricity.</Doc>
  949 + <Doc>A smart electric meter is a metering device that is used to measure consumption data for electricity.</Doc>
950 950 <Modules>
951 951 <Module name="faultDetection" optional="true">
952 952 <extends domain="org.onem2m.home.moduleclass" class="faultDetection"/>
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44 44 </DataType>
45 45 </DataPoint>
46 46 <DataPoint name="printSizeX" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="false" >
47   - <Doc>This data pointrepresents the maximum size of a printing object in the direction of X-axis. The unit of measure is "mm". (1/10cm).</Doc>
  47 + <Doc>This data point represents the maximum size of a printing object in the direction of X-axis. The unit of measure is "mm". (1/10cm).</Doc>
48 48 <DataType>
49 49 <SimpleType type="float" />
50 50 </DataType>
51 51 </DataPoint>
52 52 <DataPoint name="printSizeY" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="false" >
53   - <Doc>This data poin represents the maximum size of printing object in the direction of Y-axis. The unit of measure is "mm". (1/10cm).</Doc>
  53 + <Doc>This data point represents the maximum size of printing object in the direction of Y-axis. The unit of measure is "mm". (1/10cm).</Doc>
54 54 <DataType>
55 55 <SimpleType type="float" />
56 56 </DataType>
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129 129 <Doc>This ModuleClass provides capabilities for controlling the air flow of a device.</Doc>
130 130 <Data>
131 131 <DataPoint name="speed" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="false" >
132   - <Doc>The current speed level in the range of the [minSpeed, maxSpeed] data poins.</Doc>
  132 + <Doc>The current speed level in the range of the [minSpeed, maxSpeed] data points.</Doc>
133 133 <DataType>
134 134 <SimpleType type="integer" />
135 135 </DataType>
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227 227 </DataType>
228 228 </DataPoint>
229 229 <DataPoint name="sensorPM2" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true" >
230   - <Doc>The concentration of particle matter under 2.5um. The minimum value is 0, and the maximum value is 1000.</Doc>
  230 + <Doc>The concentration of particle matter under 2,5um. The minimum value is 0, and the maximum value is 1000.</Doc>
231 231 <DataType>
232 232 <SimpleType type="integer" />
233 233 </DataType>
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239 239 </DataType>
240 240 </DataPoint>
241 241 <DataPoint name="sensorOdor" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true" >
242   - <Doc>The concentration of odor that reflects air pollution. The minimum value is 0, and the maximum value is 1000.</Doc>
  242 + <Doc>The concentration of odor that reflects air pollution. The minimum value is 0, and the maximum value is 1 000.</Doc>
243 243 <DataType>
244 244 <SimpleType type="integer" />
245 245 </DataType>
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251 251 </DataType>
252 252 </DataPoint>
253 253 <DataPoint name="monitoringEnabled" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="true" >
254   - <Doc>The current status of monitoring. "True" indicates enabled, and "False" indicates not enabled..</Doc>
  254 + <Doc>The current status of monitoring. "True" indicates enabled, and "False" indicates not enabled.</Doc>
255 255 <DataType>
256 256 <SimpleType type="boolean" />
257 257 </DataType>
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535 535 <Doc>This ModuleClass provides the capability to report the measurement of a body composition analyser.</Doc>
536 536 <Data>
537 537 <DataPoint name="bodyLength" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true" >
538   - <Doc>The measurement of body length by Weight scale and Body composition analyser. The unit of measure is centimeter(cm)..</Doc>
  538 + <Doc>The measurement of body length by Weight scale and Body composition analyser. The unit of measure is centimetre(cm)..</Doc>
539 539 <DataType>
540 540 <SimpleType type="float" />
541 541 </DataType>
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613 613  
614 614  
615 615 <ModuleClass name="brightness">
616   - <Doc>This ModuleClass provides capabilities to control and monitor the brightness of a light for example from a lamp. Brightness is scaled as a percentage. A lamp or a monitor can be adjusted to a level of light between very dim (0% is the minimum brightness) and very bright (100% is the maximum brightness).</Doc>
  616 + <Doc>This ModuleClass provides capabilities to control and monitor the brightness of a light for example from a lamp. Brightness is scaled as a percentage. A lamp or a monitor can be adjusted to a level of light between very dim (0 % is the minimum brightness) and very bright (100 % is the maximum brightness).</Doc>
617 617 <Data>
618 618 <DataPoint name="brightness" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="false">
619 619 <Doc>The status of brightness level in percentage.</Doc>
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808 808  
809 809  
810 810 <ModuleClass name="colourSaturation">
811   - <Doc>This ModuleClass provides cababilities to control and monitor a colour saturation value.</Doc>
  811 + <Doc>This ModuleClass provides capabilities to control and monitor a colour saturation value.</Doc>
812 812 <Data>
813 813 <DataPoint name="colourSaturation" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="false">
814   - <Doc>The status of colour saturation level. "colourSaturation" has a range of [0,100]. A "colourSaturation" value of 0 means that a device displays or produces black and white images. A "colourSaturation" value of 50 means that a device displays or produces normal colour images. A "colourSaturation" value of 100 means that a device displays or produces very colourfull images.</Doc>
  814 + <Doc>The status of colour saturation level. "colourSaturation" has a range of [0,100]. A "colourSaturation" value of 0 means that a device displays or produces black and white images. A "colourSaturation" value of 50 means that a device displays or produces normal colour images. A "colourSaturation" value of 100 means that a device displays or produces very colourful images.</Doc>
815 815 <DataType>
816 816 <SimpleType type="integer" />
817 817 </DataType>
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1012 1012 </DataType>
1013 1013 </DataPoint>
1014 1014 <DataPoint name="multiplyingFactors" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true">
1015   - <Doc>The unit for data multiplying factors, for example 1 kWh, 0,1 kWh, 0,01 kWh etc.</Doc>
  1015 + <Doc>The unit for data multiplying factors, for example 1 kWh, 0,1 kWh, 0,01 kWh, etc.</Doc>
1016 1016 <DataType>
1017 1017 <SimpleType type="integer" />
1018 1018 </DataType>
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1049 1049 <Doc>This ModuleClass provides information about generation data on electric generator devices such as a photo voltaic power system, fuel cells, or microgeneration</Doc>
1050 1050 <Data>
1051 1051 <DataPoint name="powerGenerationData" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true">
1052   - <Doc>Amount of instaneous generation data. The unit of measure is Watt (W).</Doc>
  1052 + <Doc>Amount of instantaneous generation data. The unit of measure is Watt (W).</Doc>
1053 1053 <DataType>
1054 1054 <SimpleType type="float" />
1055 1055 </DataType>
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1067 1067 </DataType>
1068 1068 </DataPoint>
1069 1069 <DataPoint name="multiplyingFactors" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true">
1070   - <Doc>The unit for data multiplying factors, for example. 1 kWh, 0,1 kWh, 0,01 kWh etc.</Doc>
  1070 + <Doc>The unit for data multiplying factors, for example. 1 kWh, 0,1 kWh, 0,01 kWh, etc.</Doc>
1071 1071 <DataType>
1072 1072 <SimpleType type="integer" />
1073 1073 </DataType>
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1167 1167 </DataType>
1168 1168 </DataPoint>
1169 1169 <DataPoint name="heading" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="true" >
1170   - <Doc>The azimuth of a device measured in degrees to true north. North is 0.0 degrees, east is 90.0 degrees, south is 180.0 degrees, west is 270.0 degrees. A negative value indicates an unknown heading.</Doc>
  1170 + <Doc>The azimuth of a device measured in degrees to true north. North is 0,0°, east is 90,0°, south is 180,0°, west is 270,0°. A negative value indicates an unknown heading.</Doc>
1171 1171 <DataType>
1172 1172 <SimpleType type="float" />
1173 1173 </DataType>
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1252 1252 </DataType>
1253 1253 </DataPoint>
1254 1254 <DataPoint name="contextMeal" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true" >
1255   - <Doc>The style of meals (for examople "casual").</Doc>
  1255 + <Doc>The style of meals (for example "casual").</Doc>
1256 1256 <DataType>
1257 1257 <SimpleType type="string" />
1258 1258 </DataType>
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1354 1354 <Doc>This ModuleClass describes the capabilities on an impact sensor. The impact is a high force or shock over a short time period and the impactSensor detects this.</Doc>
1355 1355 <Data>
1356 1356 <DataPoint name="impactStatus" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="false" >
1357   - <Doc>The "impactStatus" indicates as follows: "True" means that a physical impact is detected, "False" means indicates a normal status (no impact detected).</Doc>
  1357 + <Doc>The "impactStatus" indicates as follows: "True" means that a physical impact is detected, "False" means indicates a normal status (no impact detected).</Doc>
1358 1358 <DataType>
1359 1359 <SimpleType type="boolean" />
1360 1360 </DataType>
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1366 1366 </DataType>
1367 1367 </DataPoint>
1368 1368 <DataPoint name="impactDirectionHorizontal" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true" >
1369   - <Doc>The "impactDirection" indicates the horizontal direction where the impact comes from. The value is 0° to 360°. 0 is the front of the sensor and with clockwise increment. </Doc>
  1369 + <Doc>The "impactDirection" indicates the horizontal direction where the impact comes from. The value is 0° to 360°. 0 is the front of the sensor and with clockwise increment.</Doc>
1370 1370 <DataType>
1371 1371 <SimpleType type="float" />
1372 1372 </DataType>
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1382 1382  
1383 1383  
1384 1384 <ModuleClass name="keepWarm">
1385   - <Doc>This module allows to control the ‘keep warm’ feature in devices like coffe machines, kettles etc. It allows to keep water warm for a desired time. This ModuleClass inherits from binarySwitch (see clause 5.3.12) to store setting for the ‘keep warm’ feature. If the "powerState" data point in a keepWarmSwitch is "True" then the ‘keep warm’ function will be performed just after boiling (or heating) process is finished (otherwise this function will not be applied).</Doc>
  1385 + <Doc>This module allows to control the ‘keep warm’ feature in devices like coffee machines, kettles etc. It allows to keep water warm for a desired time. This ModuleClass inherits from binarySwitch (see clause 5.3.12) to store setting for the ‘keep warm’ feature. If the "powerState" data point in a keepWarmSwitch is "True" then the ‘keep warm’ function will be performed just after boiling (or heating) process is finished (otherwise this function will not be applied).</Doc>
1386 1386 <Data>
1387 1387 <DataPoint name="time" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="true" >
1388 1388 <Doc>The desired duration of ‘keep water warm’ function. It indicates how long water shall be kept warm, for example after the boiling in a kettle. The value indicates a time expressed in minutes.</Doc>
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1408 1408  
1409 1409  
1410 1410 <ModuleClass name="liquidLevel">
1411   - <Doc>This ModuleClass provides the desired level of water (or other liquid) for an appliance, for example the desired level of milk for a cup of coffee from a coffee machine.</Doc>
  1411 + <Doc>This ModuleClass provides the desired level of water (or other liquid) for an appliance, for example the desired level of milk for a cup of coffee from a coffee machine.</Doc>
1412 1412 <Data>
1413 1413 <DataPoint name="liquidLevel" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="false" >
1414 1414 <Doc>The desired level of water or other liquid, for example the desired level of milk in a cup of coffee (see clause 5.6.19).</Doc>
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1497 1497 </DataType>
1498 1498 </DataPoint>
1499 1499 <DataPoint name="silentTime" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="true">
1500   - <Doc>The time that a motionSensor restrains from sending an alarm in case continous motions are detected after one alarm is produced. This data point can be used to avoid repeated alarm reports. The unit of measure is seconds.</Doc>
  1500 + <Doc>The time that a motionSensor restrains from sending an alarm in case continuous motions are detected after one alarm is produced. This data point can be used to avoid repeated alarm reports. The unit of measure is seconds.</Doc>
1501 1501 <DataType>
1502 1502 <SimpleType type="integer" />
1503 1503 </DataType>
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1545 1545 </DataType>
1546 1546 </DataPoint>
1547 1547 <DataPoint name="defaultValue" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="true" >
1548   - <Doc>The optional default value for the number. The default is 0.0 .</Doc>
  1548 + <Doc>The optional default value for the number. The default is 0,0.</Doc>
1549 1549 <DataType>
1550 1550 <SimpleType type="float" />
1551 1551 </DataType>
1552 1552 </DataPoint>
1553 1553 <DataPoint name="step" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="true" >
1554   - <Doc>The optional step size for controlled increment and decrement. The default is 1.0, even when this data point is not implemeneted.</Doc>
  1554 + <Doc>The optional step size for controlled increment and decrement. The default is 1,0, even when this data point is not implemented.</Doc>
1555 1555 <DataType>
1556 1556 <SimpleType type="float" />
1557 1557 </DataType>
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1667 1667 </DataType>
1668 1668 </DataPoint>
1669 1669 <DataPoint name="ozoneStatus" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true" >
1670   - <Doc>The ozoneStatus indicates the level of ozone status. (see clause 5.6.21).</Doc>
  1670 + <Doc>The ozoneStatus indicates the level of ozone status. (See clause 5.6.21).</Doc>
1671 1671 <DataType>
1672 1672 <SimpleType type="hd:enumOzoneStatus" />
1673 1673 </DataType>
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1683 1683  
1684 1684  
1685 1685 <ModuleClass name="phoneCall">
1686   - <Doc>This ModuleClass provides the capability get or set the caller and receipient IDs as well as to initate and terminate a call.</Doc>
  1686 + <Doc>This ModuleClass provides the capability get or set the caller and recipient IDs as well as to initiate and terminate a call.</Doc>
1687 1687 <Actions>
1688 1688 <Action name="call" optional="true">
1689 1689 <Doc>Initiate an outgoing call.</Doc>
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1697 1697 </Actions>
1698 1698 <Data>
1699 1699 <DataPoint name="callerID" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="false" >
1700   - <Doc>This data point represents the initiating caller identification of a call. In case of an outgoing call this would be the local line ID. This data point is optional. When it is empty for an incomming call, then the caller ID is unknown. When it is empty for an outgoing call, then it is exepected that it is set by the PBX or the operator. The format of caller ID is not specified here.</Doc>
  1700 + <Doc>This data point represents the initiating caller identification of a call. In case of an outgoing call this would be the local line ID. This data point is optional. When it is empty for an incoming call, then the caller ID is unknown. When it is empty for an outgoing call, then it is expected that it is set by the PBX or the operator. The format of caller ID is not specified here.</Doc>
1701 1701 <DataType>
1702 1702 <SimpleType type="string" />
1703 1703 </DataType>
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1778 1778 <Doc>This ModuleClass provides the capabilities for monitoring printing list information.</Doc>
1779 1779 <Data>
1780 1780 <DataPoint name="uri" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="false" >
1781   - <Doc>The URI of the printing file. The URI could be "file://www.example.com/file.extension"</Doc>
  1781 + <Doc>The URI of the printing file. The URI could be "file://www.example.com/file.extension".</Doc>
1782 1782 <DataType>
1783 1783 <Array>
1784 1784 <DataType>
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1817 1817 </DataType>
1818 1818 </DataPoint>
1819 1819 <DataPoint name="energy" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true" >
1820   - <Doc>The measurement of energy by pulsemeter. The unit of mease is kilocalorie per hour.</Doc>
  1820 + <Doc>The measurement of energy by pulsemeter. The unit of measure is kilocalorie per hour.</Doc>
1821 1821 <DataType>
1822 1822 <SimpleType type="float" />
1823 1823 </DataType>
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2013 2013  
2014 2014  
2015 2015 <ModuleClass name="sessionDescription">
2016   - <Doc>This ModuleClass provides the capabilities for a sessionDescription containing a URL at twhich the specified media can be accessed and the definition of media using SDP.</Doc>
  2016 + <Doc>This ModuleClass provides the capabilities for a sessionDescription containing a URL at which the specified media can be accessed and the definition of media using SDP.</Doc>
2017 2017 <Data>
2018 2018 <DataPoint name="url" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true" >
2019 2019 <Doc>A URL at which the specified media can be accessed.</Doc>
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2022 2022 </DataType>
2023 2023 </DataPoint>
2024 2024 <DataPoint name="sdp" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true" >
2025   - <Doc>Media description using SDP. One or more comma separated multiple SDP lines (SDP media or attribute line) can be included using SDP description syntax as defined in the SDP specification in RFC4566.</Doc>
  2025 + <Doc>Media description using SDP. One or more comma separated multiple SDP lines (SDP media or attribute line) can be included using SDP description syntax as defined in the SDP specification in IETF RFC4566.</Doc>
2026 2026 <DataType>
2027 2027 <SimpleType type="string" />
2028 2028 </DataType>
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2065 2065 <SimpleType type="datetime" />
2066 2066 </DataType>
2067 2067 </DataPoint>
2068   - <DataPoint name="smokeThreshhold" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="true" >
2069   - <Doc>The threshhold to trigger the alarm. The unit of measure is ppm.</Doc>
  2068 + <DataPoint name="smokeThreshold" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="true" >
  2069 + <Doc>The threshold to trigger the alarm. The unit of measure is ppm.</Doc>
2070 2070 <DataType>
2071 2071 <SimpleType type="integer" />
2072 2072 </DataType>
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2120 2120  
2121 2121  
2122 2122 <ModuleClass name="steamClosetJobMode">
2123   - <Doc>This ModuleClasses provides capabilities to control and monitor the job modes of steamCloset.</Doc>
  2123 + <Doc>This ModuleClass provides capabilities to control and monitor the job modes of steamCloset.</Doc>
2124 2124 <Data>
2125 2125 <DataPoint name="currentJobMode" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="false" >
2126 2126 <Doc>Currently active job mode (see clause 5.6.26).</Doc>
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2166 2166 </DataType>
2167 2167 </DataPoint>
2168 2168 <DataPoint name="availableChannels" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true">
2169   - <Doc>The list of available channel numbers which may be build by automatic scan and/or manual selction.</Doc>
  2169 + <Doc>The list of available channel numbers which may be built by automatic scan and/or manual selection.</Doc>
2170 2170 <DataType>
2171 2171 <Array>
2172 2172 <DataType>
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2192 2192  
2193 2193  
2194 2194 <ModuleClass name="temperature">
2195   - <Doc>This ModuleClass provides capabilities to represent the current temperature and target temperature of devices such as an air conditioner, refrigerator, oven and etc.</Doc>
  2195 + <Doc>This ModuleClass provides capabilities to represent the current temperature and target temperature of devices such as an air conditioner, refrigerator, oven, etc.</Doc>
2196 2196 <Data>
2197 2197 <DataPoint name="currentTemperature" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="false">
2198 2198 <Doc>The current temperature.</Doc>
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2207 2207 </DataType>
2208 2208 </DataPoint>
2209 2209 <DataPoint name="unit" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true">
2210   - <Doc>The unit of measure for the temperature values. The default is celsius (C).</Doc>
  2210 + <Doc>The unit of measure for the temperature values. The default is Celsius (C).</Doc>
2211 2211 <DataType>
2212 2212 <SimpleType type="string" />
2213 2213 </DataType>
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2244 2244 </DataType>
2245 2245 </DataPoint>
2246 2246 <DataPoint name="temperature" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true">
2247   - <Doc>To report the value of the temperature. The unit of measure is celsius (C).</Doc>
  2247 + <Doc>To report the value of the temperature. The unit of measure is Celsius (C).</Doc>
2248 2248 <DataType>
2249 2249 <SimpleType type="float" />
2250 2250 </DataType>
2251 2251 </DataPoint>
2252   - <DataPoint name="temperatureThreshhold" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="true">
2253   - <Doc>The threshhold to trigger the alarm.</Doc>
  2252 + <DataPoint name="temperatureThreshold" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="true">
  2253 + <Doc>The threshold to trigger the alarm.</Doc>
2254 2254 <DataType>
2255 2255 <SimpleType type="integer" />
2256 2256 </DataType>
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2274 2274 </DataType>
2275 2275 </DataPoint>
2276 2276 <DataPoint name="supportedMessageValues" readable="true" writable="false" eventable="true" optional="true" >
2277   - <Doc>List of supported values for the message. Each of the values in this list must be URL-encoded. An encoded value must not contain white spaces.</Doc>
  2277 + <Doc>List of supported values for the message. Each of the values in this list shall be URL-encoded. An encoded value shall not contain white spaces.</Doc>
2278 2278 <DataType>
2279 2279 <Array>
2280 2280 <DataType>
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2312 2312  
2313 2313  
2314 2314 <ModuleClass name="timer">
2315   - <Doc>This ModuleClass provides capabilities to monitor and control the times when the appliance executes its operations, that means when it starts, when it ends etc.</Doc>
  2315 + <Doc>This ModuleClass provides capabilities to monitor and control the times when the appliance executes its operations, that means when it starts, when it ends, etc.</Doc>
2316 2316 <Actions>
2317 2317 <Action name="activateClockTimer" optional="true">
2318 2318 <Doc>Activate current clock timer.</Doc>
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2375 2375  
2376 2376  
2377 2377 <ModuleClass name="turbo">
2378   - <Doc>This ModuleClass provides capabilities to enable turbo mode and monitor the current status of the turbo function. It is intended to be part of devices which use turbo function such as an air conditioner, a washing machine etc.</Doc>
  2378 + <Doc>This ModuleClass provides capabilities to enable turbo mode and monitor the current status of the turbo function. It is intended to be part of devices which use turbo function such as an air conditioner, a washing machine, etc.</Doc>
2379 2379 <Data>
2380 2380 <DataPoint name="turboEnabled" readable="true" writable="true" eventable="true" optional="false">
2381   - <Doc>The current status of the turbo mode. "True" indicates enabaled, and "False" indicates not enabled.</Doc>
  2381 + <Doc>The current status of the turbo mode. "True" indicates enbaled, and "False" indicates not enabled.</Doc>
2382 2382 <DataType>
2383 2383 <SimpleType type="boolean" />
2384 2384 </DataType>
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... ... @@ -258,7 +258,7 @@ signalStrength,sigSh
258 258 lqi,lqi
259 259 rssi,rssi
260 260 smokeSensor,smoSr
261   -smokeThreshhold,smoTd
  261 +smokeThreshold,smoTd
262 262 currentValue,crv
263 263 sphygmomanometer,sphyr
264 264 diastolicPressure,diaPe
... ... @@ -277,7 +277,7 @@ currentTemperature,curT0
277 277 targetTemperature,tarTe
278 278 unit,unit
279 279 temperatureAlarm,temAm
280   -temperatureThreshhold,temTd
  280 +temperatureThreshold,temTd
281 281 textMessage,texMe
282 282 supportedMessageValues,suMVs
283 283 minLength,minLh
... ... @@ -301,13 +301,10 @@ waterFlow,watFw
301 301 waterFlowStrength,waFSh
302 302 waterSensor,watSr
303 303 weight,weigt
304   -upChannel,uphCl
305   -nextTrack,nexTk
306   -resetNumberValue,reNVe
307 304 answer,answr
  305 +downChannel,dowCl
308 306 start3Dprint,staDt
309 307 previousTrack,preTk
310   -downChannel,dowCl
311 308 close,close
312 309 upVolume,upoVe
313 310 decrementNumberValue,deNVe
... ... @@ -319,8 +316,11 @@ call,call
319 316 downVolume,dowVe
320 317 incrementNumberValue,inNVe
321 318 toggle,togge
  319 +upChannel,uphCl
322 320 deactivateClockTimer,deCTr
323 321 open,open
  322 +nextTrack,nexTk
  323 +resetNumberValue,reNVe
324 324 commonTypes,comTs
325 325 deviceThreeDPrinter,dTDPr
326 326 binarySwitchAnnc,binShAnnc
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48 48  
49 49 <xs:element name="alarm" type="xs:boolean" />
50 50 <xs:element name="detectedTime" minOccurs="0" type="m2m:timestamp" />
51   - <xs:element name="smokeThreshhold" minOccurs="0" type="xs:integer" />
  51 + <xs:element name="smokeThreshold" minOccurs="0" type="xs:integer" />
52 52 <xs:element name="currentValue" minOccurs="0" type="xs:integer" />
53 53  
54 54  
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78 78  
79 79 <xs:element name="alarm" minOccurs="0" type="xs:boolean" />
80 80 <xs:element name="detectedTime" minOccurs="0" type="m2m:timestamp" />
81   - <xs:element name="smokeThreshhold" minOccurs="0" type="xs:integer" />
  81 + <xs:element name="smokeThreshold" minOccurs="0" type="xs:integer" />
82 82 <xs:element name="currentValue" minOccurs="0" type="xs:integer" />
83 83  
84 84  
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48 48  
49 49 <xs:element name="alarm" type="xs:boolean" />
50 50 <xs:element name="temperature" minOccurs="0" type="xs:float" />
51   - <xs:element name="temperatureThreshhold" minOccurs="0" type="xs:integer" />
  51 + <xs:element name="temperatureThreshold" minOccurs="0" type="xs:integer" />
52 52  
53 53  
54 54 <!-- Child Resources -->
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77 77  
78 78 <xs:element name="alarm" minOccurs="0" type="xs:boolean" />
79 79 <xs:element name="temperature" minOccurs="0" type="xs:float" />
80   - <xs:element name="temperatureThreshhold" minOccurs="0" type="xs:integer" />
  80 + <xs:element name="temperatureThreshold" minOccurs="0" type="xs:integer" />
81 81  
82 82  
83 83 <!-- Child Resources -->
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