Thank-you for posting this clear summary of the terminology differences between the various pumps. I think the pump manufacturers’ interest in protecting their intellectual property often comes at the cost of confusing our community.
Before I started using a do it yourself closed loop system, I dosed every meal with two boluses. I delivered an immediate bolus to cover the carb content of the meal and then followed with an extended bolus split 0%/100% to cover the protein and fat in the meal.
Like @Hammer, I calculated 50% of the protein grams and 10% of the fat grams and combined them as “equivalent carbs.” That way I could use the appropriate insulin to carb ratio to decide the total extended dose. I then delivered that extended dose at a rate not to exceed 1.2 units/hour, a setting custom to me but one I “borrowed” many years ago from posts on the “total available glucose” or TAG group here on TuD. So, if I needed to deliver 4.8 units to cover the equivalent carbs derived from protein and fat, then I extended that bolus to 4 hours (4.8/1.2=4).