This section lists the names of the housekeeping parameters extracted by odfingest. They are grouped by instrument and type of housekeeping file. For each parameter there are up to five entries:
This is the name used in the SOSF. This name should be used with the OAL routines hasIppv, getIppvString, getIppvReal.
String parameters should be retrieved with getIppvString, all numeric parameters should be retrieved with getIppvReal.
Most column names match the housekeeping parameter names in the XMM-Newton telemetry data base, but a few don't. Refer to the ODF Interface Control Document for the details .
Example: subject to HBRID == 1.
The filter expression is applied to the housekeeping data before the parameter value is read. This expression is used when a simple filter in time is not sufficient to uniquely identify the parameter value. This is in general true for the so-called non periodic housekeeping data. Again, consult  for the details.
FILTER Uint16 [E1317] This parameter is translated as follows: Translator's name: EMOS1 Filter 0 = Closed 247 = CalThin1 267 = Thin1 514 = CalThin2 534 = Thin2 781 = CalMedium 801 = Medium 1047 = CalThick 1067 = Thick 1314 = CalOpen 1334 = Open 1580 = CalClosed
The parameter FILTER is extracted from the housekeeping column E1317. Its value is translated according to a lookup table mapping housekeeping values to strings.