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admin [Device Parameter]
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admin [Command Types]
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   - **Command**:​ This is a command that appears in the command list. These are the commands that the user uses to control the device.   - **Command**:​ This is a command that appears in the command list. These are the commands that the user uses to control the device.
-  - **Ack Command**: An Ack(nowledge) command is a command that is executed after a command or timer command ​was send. These commands are used to process the data returned from the device.+  - **Ack Command**: An Ack(nowledge) command is a command that is executed after a command or Monitor Command ​was send. These commands are used to process the data returned from the device.
   - **Monitor Command**: This is a command that is executed periodically. It is used to request the status of a device. An Ack Command is used to process the result and fill device variables with information.   - **Monitor Command**: This is a command that is executed periodically. It is used to request the status of a device. An Ack Command is used to process the result and fill device variables with information.
   - **Event**: To be exact, an event is not a command. An event occurs if a device send information to a driver without being requested before. This Data is handled here in a very similar way then in Ack Commands.   - **Event**: To be exact, an event is not a command. An event occurs if a device send information to a driver without being requested before. This Data is handled here in a very similar way then in Ack Commands.
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