XML Element Tag Names - Sample

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XML elements that can be placed in the Samples section of the ComponentStream:

Acceleration The acceleration of a linear component MUST always be reported in MILLIMETER/SECOND^2. An Acceleration MUST have a numeric value.

AccumulatedTime The accumulated time associated with a component. The AccumulatedTime MUST have a numeric value and MUST be reported in SECOND.

Amperage The current in an electrical circuit. The Amperage MUST have a numeric value and MUST be reported in AMPERE.

Angle An Angle MUST always be reported in DEGREE and MUST always have a numeric CDATA value as a floating point number.

AngularAcceleration The angular acceleration of the component as measured in DEGREE/SECOND^2. An Acceleration MUST have a numeric value.

AngularVelocity An angular velocity represents the rate of change in angle. An AngularVelocity MUST always be reported in DEGREE/SECOND and MUST always have a numeric CDATA value as a floating point number.

AxisFeedrate Axis Feedrate is defined as the rate of motion of the linear axis of the tool relative to the workpiece. An AxisFeedrate MUST always be reported in MILLIMETER/SECOND or PERCENT for OVERRIDE and MUST always have a numeric CDATA value as a floating point number.

ClockTime The reading of a timing device at a specific point in time. The time MUST have a value reported in W3C ISO 8601 format of YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.ffff

Concentration Percentage of one component within a mixture of components. The Concentration MUST have a value reported in PERCENT.

Conductivity The ability of a material to conduct electricity. The Conductivity MUST have a value reported in SIEMENS/METER.

Displacement The displacement measured as the change in position of an object. The Displacement MUST have a value reported in MILLIMETER.

ElectricalEnergy The measurement of electrical energy consumed by a component. ElectricalEnergy MUST have a value reported in WATT_SECOND.

Flow The rate of flow of a fluid. The Flow MUST have a value reported in LITER/SECOND.

Frequency The rate measurement of the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit time. The Frequency MUST have a numeric value and MUST be reported in HERTZ.

FillLevel The measurement of the amount of a substance remaining compared to the planned maximum amount of that substance. The FillLevel MUST be reported in PERCENT.

LinearForce The measurement of the amount of push or pull introduced by an actuator or exerted on an object. The LinearForce MUST be reported in NEWTON.

Load The measurement of the percent of the standard rating of a device. The Load MUST always be reported in PERCENT and MUST always have a numeric CDATA value as a floating point number.

Mass The measurement of the mass of an object(s) or an amount of material. The Mass MUST be reported in KILOGRAM.

PathFeedrate Path Feedrate is defined as the rate of motion of the feed path of the tool relative to the workpiece . A PathFeedrate MUST always be reported in MILLIMETER/SECOND or PERCENT for OVERRIDE and MUST always have a numeric CDATA value as a floating point number.

PathPosition The program position as given in 3 dimensional space. This position MUST default to WORK coordinates, if the WORK coordinates are defined, and MUST be given as a space delimited vector of floating point numbers given in MILLIMETER_3D units. The PathPosition will be given in the following format and MUST be listed in order X, Y, and Z: <PathPosition …>10.123 55.232 100.981</PathPosition> Where X = 10.123, Y = 55.232, and Z=100.981.

PH The measure of acidity or akalinity. The PH MUST be a numeric value and MUST be provided in PH.

Position A position represents the location along a linear axis. A Position MUST always be reported in MILLIMETER and MUST always have a numeric CDATA value as a floating point number. The default coordinate system for Position MUST be MACHINE_COORDINATES.

PowerFactor The measurement of the ratio of real power flowing to a load to the apparent power in that AC circuit. The PowerFactor MUST be a numeric value and MUST be provided in PERCENT.

Pressure The force per unit area exerted by a gas or liquid. Pressure MUST be a numeric value and MUST be provided in PASCAL.

Resistance The measure of the degree to which an object opposes an electrical current through it. The Resistance MUST be a numeric value and MUST be provided in OHM.

RotaryVelocity The rate of rotation of a rotary axis. A RotaryVelocity speed MUST always be reported in REVOLUTION/MINUTE or PERCENT for OVERRIDE.

SoundLevel The measure of acoustic sound level or sound pressure level. The SoundLevel MUST be provided in DECIBEL.

Strain The measured amount of deformation per unit length of an object. Strain MUST be reported as PERCENT.

Temperature Temperature MUST always be reported in degrees CELSIUS and MUST always have a numeric CDATA value as a floating point number.

Tilt The measured amount of angular displacement of an object. Tilt MUST be reported as MICRO_RADIAN.

Torque The turning force exerted on an object or by an object. Torque MUST be reported in units of NEWTON_METER and MUST have a numeric CDATA value as a floating point number.

Velocity A velocity represents the rate of change in position along one or more linear axis. When given as a sample for the Axes component, it represents the magnitude of the velocity vector for all given axis, similar to a path feedrate. A Velocity MUST always be reported in MILLIMETER/SECOND and MUST always have a numeric CDATA value as a floating point number.

Viscosity The measurement of a fluid’s resistance to flow. Viscosity MUST be reported as PASCAL_SECOND.

Voltage The measurement of electrical potential between two points. The Voltage MUST have a numeric value and MUST be reported in VOLT.

VoltAmpere The measurement of apparent power in an electrical circuit, equal to the product of the RMS voltage and RMS current. The VoltAmpere MUST have a numeric value and MUST be reported in VOLT_AMPERE.

VoltAmpereReactive The measurement of reactive power in an AC electrical circuit. The VoltAmpereReactive MUST have a numeric value and MUST be reported in VOLT_AMPERE_REACTIVE.

Wattage The electrical power (volt-amps) consumed or dissipated by an electrical circuit or device. The Wattage MUST have a numeric value and MUST be reported in WATT.