Although intended primarily for electrical distribution networks, IEC can be used for other metering applications, including non-electrical metered. 4 Jan Table I.3 – Meter Reading: Mapping ebIX Metered Data to IEC .. intended primarily for electrical distribution networks, IEC can be. IEC Edition INTERNATIONAL. STANDARD. Application integration at electric utilities – System interfaces for distribution management –.
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Examples of Meter General Operations reading are: The MeterAsset class is used to describe meters. Figure 1 attempts to describe the concept of essentially a shopping-list of functionality which may be available in the logical or physical end device. This is a subtype of EndDeviceEvent used to report power quality issues.
A LoadControl is a subtype of EndDeviceControl, where a Meter may be instructed to activate a load control relay for a specified time interval. In a typical meter reading by human, a reader inputs meter data into a handheld device in a field. Table 1 — Business Functions and Abstract Components. An application is not required to support interfaces required by other Abstract Components of the same Business 619689 or within the same Business Function.
This series of standards, which are intended to be implemented with middleware services that exchange messages among applications, will complement, not replace utility data warehouses, database gateways, and operational stores. Still another approach is to interface with a customer Energy Management System which 16968-9 be another type of end device.
Readings and status may be obtained through either manual or automated means, on a scheduled or on-request basis. This is a subtype of EndDeviceControl used to send price signals to a Meter.
General operations can be scheduled or called on-demand.
EndDeviceControls may have control types and parameters. Companion Specification for Energy Metering. Typical uses of the message types include meter reading, meter control, meter events, customer data synchronization and customer switching. Each operation returns an answer with a status.
Meter Maintenance is responsible for functionality related to the configuration and installation of meters. In this standard, the term abstract component is used to refer to that portion of a software system that supports one or more of the interfaces defined in Parts 3 to The detailed attributes of these classes are used in message types defined in other parts of IEC Used to report events detected by end devices such as meters.
In this case, this communication network should be part of a metering system. A CIS will typically encompass functionality related to customer care and billing. Therefore, these interface standards are relevant to loosely coupled applications with more heterogeneity in languages, operating systems, protocols and management tools.
The tasks of the Control and Reconfiguration subcomponent within the Metering System are: End Devices with LC functionality can take on different forms. The asset may be owned by a consumer, a service provider, utility or other party. Network Operations may occasionally need to issue load control and pricing signals to meters. Message format diagrams can be construed to represent an XML schema.
Readings may have one or more MeasurementQuality indicators. Figure 2 — 6968-9 9 reference model. IEC Part 9: The reference architecture reflects five main logical components potentially realized as systems or subsystems related to metering: An EndDeviceGroup is used for grouping end devices for a oec of purposes including, but not limited to, load control and other types of demand response.
The CommunicationsAsset class is used to represent a communications device that is attached to a piece of conducting equipment. From the perspective of this standard, an end device: With respect to metering, WM includes the installation, maintenance and replacement of meters.
Subclass of MeasurementValue, where the value may be an integer, floating eic or binary value. IEC defines that: A set of values obtained from the meter. In a similar fashion, solid-state meters may also employ a metrology unit that generates pulses which represent a fraction of a kWh, and if more sophisticated, the solid-state meter may have a meter recorder which is able to accumulate many different kinds of information and store it for presentation to the meter communications module using a message and table-driven protocol such as ANSI C A handheld device used by a human meter reader could be regarded as a metering system.
Given that a meter will have metrology capability, it will in all likelihood meter kWh, but possibly also demand, reactive energy and demand, Time Of Use quantities, Interval Data, Engineering quantities, and more. Validating, Editing, and Estimating. Readings captured by the MS are collected by a system such as the MDM before being presented for billing purposes.
Skip to ieec content. The Metering System and Meter Maintenance System components may be bound to a 61968–9 Meter and associated communication technology or they may support multiple meters and more generically end devices types and associated communication technology. Secondary values are small percentage of the primary values that may actually delivered to or connected to the load. A MeterAsset is a type of EndDevice typically used to measure and potentially monitor a customer load.