Ct24 description uses not defined in the standard term: Internal Controllable Objects
the Ct24 uses in the description capitalized written Internal Controllable Objects. There is no definition of this term in the standard.
proposal: lower case, improve interpunction, define meaning of internal:
Can a controllable object be forced to keep its old state, e.g. an internal (no wired output) controllable objects may not[..]
Updated by Richard Schimmel 7 months ago
Part 7-2 Ed2 below figure 38 states:
Direct control with normal security should be used for operations that act either on a local data object (for example, a LED test) or on a data object that influences external devices where returned information is not supervised and independent from any other object (for example, switch on a heating).
So part 7-2 uses the term "local data". Propose to change Ct24 to "e.g. a local data object"