NSDictionary(CGMExtensions) Category Reference

Declared in NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

Overview

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions provides helper methods for interpreting the dictionary returned by the [NSData+CGMParser]

Shared Values/Flags

– didCRCFail

Checks if the E2E-CRC included in the response failed

- (BOOL)didCRCFail

Return Value

YES if the E2E-CRC failed, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

Measurement Values

– measurementDateTime

Checks the measurement characteristic details for the glucose measurement date and time

- (NSDate *)measurementDateTime

Return Value

The date and time of the glucose measurement as calculated using the measurement time offset and session start time. If the date and time cannot be calculated, nil is returned.

Discussion

The glucose measurement date and time is only available if the CGM controller knows the session start time.

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– measurementTimeOffset

Checks the measurement characteristic details for the glucose measurement time offset

- (NSNumber *)measurementTimeOffset

Return Value

The measurement time offset. Units is minutes

Discussion

The measurement time offset indicates the time of measurement as minutes from the session start time. Also, it can be considered a sequence number.

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– glucoseValue

Checks the measurement characteristic details for the glucose concentration value

- (NSNumber *)glucoseValue

Return Value

The glucose centration value. Units is mg/dl

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– trendValue

Checks the measurement characteristic details for the glucose trend value

- (NSNumber *)trendValue

Return Value

The glucose trend value. Units is (mg/dl)/min

Discussion

If a trend value is not available, returns nil

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– qualityValue

Checks the measurement characteristic details for the glucose quality value

- (NSNumber *)qualityValue

Return Value

The glucose quality value. Units is %

Discussion

If a quality value is not available, returns nil

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

Sensor Status

– statusDateTime

Checks the status characteristic details for the sensor status date and time

- (NSDate *)statusDateTime

Return Value

The date and time of the sensor status as calculated using the status time offset and session start time. If the date and time cannot be calculated, nil is returned.

Discussion

The sensor status date and time is only available if the CGM controller knows the session start time.

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– statusTimeOffset

Checks the status characteristic details for the sensor status time offset

- (NSNumber *)statusTimeOffset

Return Value

The sensor status time offset. Units is minutes

Discussion

The sensor status time offset indicates the time of the sensor status as minutes from the session start time.

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

Sensor Status Status Flags

– hasSessionStopped

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the session has stopped

- (BOOL)hasSessionStopped

Return Value

YES if the session has stopped, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isDeviceBatteryLow

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the device battery is low

- (BOOL)isDeviceBatteryLow

Return Value

YES if the battery is low, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isSensorTypeIncorrect

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the sensor type is incorrect

- (BOOL)isSensorTypeIncorrect

Return Value

YES if the sensor type is incorrect, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– didSensorMalfunction

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the device has malfunctioned

- (BOOL)didSensorMalfunction

Return Value

YES if the device has malfunctioned, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– hasDeviceSpecificAlert

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the device has had a specific alert

- (BOOL)hasDeviceSpecificAlert

Return Value

YES if the device has had a specific alert, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– hasGeneraldeviceFault

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the device has had a general fault

- (BOOL)hasGeneraldeviceFault

Return Value

YES if the device has had a general fault, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

Sensor Status Cal/Temp Flags

– isTimeSynchronizationRequired

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that time synchronization is required between the sensor and collector

- (BOOL)isTimeSynchronizationRequired

Return Value

YES if time synchronization is required, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isCalibrationNotAllowed

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that calibration is not allowed

- (BOOL)isCalibrationNotAllowed

Return Value

YES if calibration is not allowed, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isCalibrationRecommended

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that calibration is recommended

- (BOOL)isCalibrationRecommended

Return Value

YES if calibration is recommended, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isCalibrationRequired

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that calibration is required

- (BOOL)isCalibrationRequired

Return Value

YES if calibration is required, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isSensorTempTooHigh

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the sensor temperature is too high to provide accurate glucose meaurements

- (BOOL)isSensorTempTooHigh

Return Value

YES if the sensor temperature is too high, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isSensorTempTooLow

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the sensor temperature is too low to provide accurate glucose meaurements

- (BOOL)isSensorTempTooLow

Return Value

YES if the sensor temperature is too low, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

Sensor Status Warning Flags

– hasExceededLevelHypo

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the measurement value has exceeded the hypo alert level

- (BOOL)hasExceededLevelHypo

Return Value

YES if the measurement value has exceeded the hypo alert level, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– hasExceededLevelHyper

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the measurement value has exceeded the hyper alert level

- (BOOL)hasExceededLevelHyper

Return Value

YES if the measurement value has exceeded the hyper alert level, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– hasExceededLevelPatientLow

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the measurement value has exceeded the patient low alert level

- (BOOL)hasExceededLevelPatientLow

Return Value

YES if the measurement value has exceeded the patient low alert level, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– hasExceededLevelPatientHigh

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the measurement value has exceeded the patient high alert level

- (BOOL)hasExceededLevelPatientHigh

Return Value

YES if the measurement value has exceeded the patient high alert level, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– hasExceededRateDecrease

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the measurement value has exceeded the rate of decrease alert level

- (BOOL)hasExceededRateDecrease

Return Value

YES if the measurement value has exceeded the rate of decrease alert level, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– hasExceededRateIncrease

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the measurement value has exceeded the rate of increase alert level

- (BOOL)hasExceededRateIncrease

Return Value

YES if the measurement value has exceeded the rate of increase alert level, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– hasExceededDeviceLimitLow

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the measurement value has exceeded the device lower limit

- (BOOL)hasExceededDeviceLimitLow

Return Value

YES if the measurement value has exceeded the device lower limit, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– hasExceededDeviceLimitHigh

Checks the status characteristic details for indication that the measurement value has exceeded the device upper limit

- (BOOL)hasExceededDeviceLimitHigh

Return Value

YES if the measurement value has exceeded the device upper limit, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

Feature Flags

– supportsCalibration

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports calibration

- (BOOL)supportsCalibration

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports calibration, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsAlertLowHighPatient

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports the patient low and high alert levels

- (BOOL)supportsAlertLowHighPatient

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports the patient low and high alert levels, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsAlertHypo

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports the hypo alert level

- (BOOL)supportsAlertHypo

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports the hypo alert level, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsAlertHyper

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports the hyper alert level

- (BOOL)supportsAlertHyper

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports the hyper alert level, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsAlertIncreaseDecreaseRate

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports the rate of increase and decrease alert levels

- (BOOL)supportsAlertIncreaseDecreaseRate

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports the rate of increase and decrease alert levels, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsAlertDeviceSpecific

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports the device specific alert

- (BOOL)supportsAlertDeviceSpecific

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports the device specifc alert, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsSensorDetectionMalfunction

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports the detection of sensor malfunction

- (BOOL)supportsSensorDetectionMalfunction

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports the detection of sensor malfunction, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsSensorDetectionLowHighTemp

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports the detection of sensor temperature too low or too high

- (BOOL)supportsSensorDetectionLowHighTemp

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports the detection of sensor temperature too low or too high, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsSensorDetectionLowHighResult

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports the detection of glucose measurements exceeding the sensor’s lower or upper limits

- (BOOL)supportsSensorDetectionLowHighResult

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports the detection of glucose measurements exceeding the sensor’s lower or upper limits, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsSensorLowBattery

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports the low battery alert

- (BOOL)supportsSensorLowBattery

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports the low battery alert, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsSensorDetectionTypeError

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports the detection of sensor type error

- (BOOL)supportsSensorDetectionTypeError

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports the detection of sensor type error, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsGeneralDeviceFault

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports the general device fault

- (BOOL)supportsGeneralDeviceFault

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports the general device fault, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsE2ECRC

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports the end-to-end CRC

- (BOOL)supportsE2ECRC

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports the end-to-end CRC, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsMultipleBond

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports multiple bonds

- (BOOL)supportsMultipleBond

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports multiple bonds, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsMultipleSession

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports multiple sessions

- (BOOL)supportsMultipleSession

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports multiple sessions, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsCGMTrend

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports the glucose measurement trend feature

- (BOOL)supportsCGMTrend

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports the glucose measurement trend feature, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– supportsCGMQuality

Checks the feature characteristic details for indication that the sensor supports the glucose measurement quality feature

- (BOOL)supportsCGMQuality

Return Value

YES if the sensor supports the glucose measurement quality feature, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– glucoseFluidType

Checks the feature characteristic details for the glucose fluid type of the CGM sensor

- (GlucoseFluidTypeOption)glucoseFluidType

Return Value

The fluid type with which the glucose measurements are made. The fluid types are defined in UHNBLETypes.h

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– glucoseSampleLocation

Checks the feature characteristic details for the glucose sample location of the CGM sensor

- (GlucoseSampleLocationOption)glucoseSampleLocation

Return Value

The sample location from which the glucose measurements are made. The sample locations are defined in UHNBLETypes.h

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

CGM Specific Ops Control Point

– isCGMCPGeneralResponse

Checks the CGMCP characteristic details that the response is a general response

- (BOOL)isCGMCPGeneralResponse

Return Value

YES if the response was a general response, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isSuccessfulAlertDeviceSpecificReset

Checks a CGMCP general response to see if it is a successful reset device specific alert

- (BOOL)isSuccessfulAlertDeviceSpecificReset

Return Value

YES if the response was a successful reset device specific alert, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isSuccessfulSessionStart

Checks a CGMCP general response to see if it is a successful start session

- (BOOL)isSuccessfulSessionStart

Return Value

YES if the response was a successful start session, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isSuccessfulSessionStop

Checks a CGMCP general response to see if it is a successful stop session

- (BOOL)isSuccessfulSessionStop

Return Value

YES if the response was a successful stop session, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isSuccessfulSetCommunicationInterval

Checks a CGMCP general response to see if it is a successful set communication interval

- (BOOL)isSuccessfulSetCommunicationInterval

Return Value

YES if the response was a successful set communication interval, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isSuccessfulSetCalibrationValue

Checks a CGMCP general response to see if it is a successful set calibration value

- (BOOL)isSuccessfulSetCalibrationValue

Return Value

YES if the response was a successful set calibration value, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isSuccessfulSetAlertLevelPatientHigh

Checks a CGMCP general response to see if it is a successful set patient high alert level

- (BOOL)isSuccessfulSetAlertLevelPatientHigh

Return Value

YES if the response was a successful set patient high alert level, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isSuccessfulSetAlertLevelPatientLow

Checks a CGMCP general response to see if it is a successful set patient low alert level

- (BOOL)isSuccessfulSetAlertLevelPatientLow

Return Value

YES if the response was a successful set patient low alert level, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isSuccessfulSetAlertLevelHypo

Checks a CGMCP general response to see if it is a successful set hypo alert level

- (BOOL)isSuccessfulSetAlertLevelHypo

Return Value

YES if the response was a successful set hypo alert level, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isSuccessfulSetAlertLevelHyper

Checks a CGMCP general response to see if it is a successful set hyper alert level

- (BOOL)isSuccessfulSetAlertLevelHyper

Return Value

YES if the response was a successful set hyper alert level, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isSuccessfulSetAlertLevelRateDecrease

Checks a CGMCP general response to see if it is a successful set rate decrease alert level

- (BOOL)isSuccessfulSetAlertLevelRateDecrease

Return Value

YES if the response was a successful set rate decrease alert level, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isSuccessfulSetAlertLevelRateIncrease

Checks a CGMCP general response to see if it is a successful set rate increase alert level

- (BOOL)isSuccessfulSetAlertLevelRateIncrease

Return Value

YES if the response was a successful set rate increase alert level, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isCommunicationIntervalResponse

Checks the CGMCP characteristic details that the response is a communication interval response

- (BOOL)isCommunicationIntervalResponse

Return Value

YES if the response was a communication interval response, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isAlertLevelPatientHighResponse

Checks the CGMCP characteristic details that the response is a patient high response

- (BOOL)isAlertLevelPatientHighResponse

Return Value

YES if the response was a patient high response, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isAlertLevelPatientLowResponse

Checks the CGMCP characteristic details that the response is a patient low response

- (BOOL)isAlertLevelPatientLowResponse

Return Value

YES if the response was a patient low response, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isAlertLevelHypoReponse

Checks the CGMCP characteristic details that the response is a hypo alert level response

- (BOOL)isAlertLevelHypoReponse

Return Value

YES if the response was a hypo alert level response, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isAlertLevelHyperReponse

Checks the CGMCP characteristic details that the response is a hyper alert level response

- (BOOL)isAlertLevelHyperReponse

Return Value

YES if the response was a hyper alert level response, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isAlertLevelRateDecreasedReponse

Checks the CGMCP characteristic details that the response is a rate decreased alert level response

- (BOOL)isAlertLevelRateDecreasedReponse

Return Value

YES if the response was a rate decreased alert level response, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isAlertLevelRateIncreasedReponse

Checks the CGMCP characteristic details that the response is a rate increased alert level response

- (BOOL)isAlertLevelRateIncreasedReponse

Return Value

YES if the response was a rate increased alert level response, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– CGMCPResponseCode

Get the CGMCP response code from a CGMCP general response

- (CGMCPResponseCode)CGMCPResponseCode

Return Value

The response code, as defined in UHNCGMConstants.h

Discussion

If a value of 0 is returned, no response code valuex was found

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– CGMCPRequestOpCode

Get the CGMCP request op code from a CGMCP general response

- (CGMCPOpCode)CGMCPRequestOpCode

Return Value

The request op code is the operation just completed by the CGMCP and for which these response details are related to. The values are defined in UHNCGMConstants.h

Discussion

If a value of 0 is returned, no request op code was found

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– CGMCPResponseValue

Get the CGMCP response value (operand)

- (NSNumber *)CGMCPResponseValue

Return Value

A NSNumber with the response value. Values will either be integers or floats, depending on the CGMCP request

Discussion

A value will be returned for the following response types, otherwise nil

CGMCPOpCodeCommIntervalResponse             (integer)
CGMCPOpCodeAlertLevelPatientHighResponse    (float)
CGMCPOpCodeAlertLevelPatientLowResponse     (float)
CGMCPOpCodeAlertLevelHypoReponse            (float)
CGMCPOpCodeAlertLevelHyperReponse           (float)
CGMCPOpCodeAlertLevelRateDecreaseResponse   (float)
CGMCPOpCodeAlertLevelRateIncreaseResponse   (float)

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

CGM Specific Ops Control Point - Calibration

– isCalibrationReponse

Checks the CGMCP characteristic details that the response is a calibration response

- (BOOL)isCalibrationReponse

Return Value

YES if the response was a rate increased alert level response, otherwise NO

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– calibrationGlucoseValue

Checks the calibration details for the calibration glucose value

- (NSNumber *)calibrationGlucoseValue

Return Value

The calibration glucose value. Units is mg/dl

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– calibrationDateTime

Checks the calibration details for the calibration date and time

- (NSDate *)calibrationDateTime

Return Value

The date and time of the calibration as calculated using the calibration time offset and session start time. If the date and time cannot be calculated, nil is returned.

Discussion

The calibration date and time is only available if the CGM controller knows the session start time.

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– calibrationTimeOffset

Checks the calibration details for the calibration time offset

- (NSNumber *)calibrationTimeOffset

Return Value

The calibration time offset. Units is minutes

Discussion

The calibration time offset indicates the time of calibration as minutes from the session start time.

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– calibrationFluidType

Checks the calibration details for the calibration fluid type

- (GlucoseFluidTypeOption)calibrationFluidType

Return Value

The calibration fluid type, as defined in UHNCGMConstants.h

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– calibrationSampleLocation

Checks the calibration details for the calibration sample location

- (GlucoseSampleLocationOption)calibrationSampleLocation

Return Value

The calibration sample location, as defined in UHNCGMConstants.h

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– calibrationDateTimeNext

Checks the calibration details for the next calibration date and time

- (NSDate *)calibrationDateTimeNext

Return Value

The date and time of the next calibration as calculated using the next calibration time offset and session start time. If the date and time cannot be calculated, nil is returned.

Discussion

The next calibration date and time is only available if the CGM controller knows the session start time.

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– calibrationTimeOffsetNext

Checks the calibration details for the next calibration time offset

- (NSNumber *)calibrationTimeOffsetNext

Return Value

The next calibration time offset. Units is minutes

Discussion

The next calibration time offset indicates the time of the next calibration as minutes from the session start time.

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– calibrationRecordNumber

Checks the calibration details for the calibration record number

- (NSNumber *)calibrationRecordNumber

Return Value

The calibration record number

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– wasCalibrationSuccessful

Checks the calibration details for indication that the calibration was successful

- (BOOL)wasCalibrationSuccessful

Return Value

YES if the calibration was successful, otherwise NO

Discussion

After a CGMCP general response indicating calibration was set successfully, one should check the status of the calibration by a read of the most current calibration data record. If the calibration data was rejected or was out-of-range, there may be the need for a new calibration.

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– wasCalibrationDataRejected

Checks the calibration details for indication if the calibration data was rejected

- (BOOL)wasCalibrationDataRejected

Return Value

YES if the calibration data was rejected, otherwise NO

Discussion

After a CGMCP general response indicating calibration was set successfully, one should check the status of the calibration by a read of the most current calibration data record. If the calibration data was rejected or was out-of-range, there may be the need for a new calibration.

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– wasCalibrationDataOutOfRange

Checks the calibration details for indication if the calibration data was out-of-range

- (BOOL)wasCalibrationDataOutOfRange

Return Value

YES if the calibration data was out-of-range, otherwise NO

Discussion

After a CGMCP general response indicating calibration was set successfully, one should check the status of the calibration by a read of the most current calibration data record. If the calibration data was rejected or was out-of-range, there may be the need for a new calibration.

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h

– isCalibrationProcessPending

Checks the calibration details for indication if the calibration process is pending

- (BOOL)isCalibrationProcessPending

Return Value

YES if the calibration process is pending, otherwise NO

Discussion

After a CGMCP general response indicating calibration was set successfully, one should check the status of the calibration by a read of the most current calibration data record. If the calibration data was rejected or was out-of-range, there may be the need for a new calibration.

Declared In

NSDictionary+CGMExtensions.h