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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The detailed attributes of these classes are used in message types defined in other parts of IEC The following diagrams serve as Reference Models and provide examples of the logical components and data flows related to this International Standard. These capabilities include monitoring and control of equipment for power delivery, management processes to ensure system reliability, voltage management, demand-side management, outage management, work management, automated mapping, meter reading, meter control and facilities management.
For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document including any amendments applies. These new messages might involve additional systems not pictured. An EndDeviceGroup is used for grouping end devices for a variety of purposes including, but not limited to, load control and other types of demand response. This type of information typically joins customer call-ins in the OMS to allow it to better predict the location of the outage.
All UML-based communication diagrams and message flow diagrams contained herein are to be considered informative. Table 1 — Business Functions and Abstract Components. These messages were derived from usecases which satisfy an underlying business need. Table 2 lists classes used within message types.
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Classes described as type “Document” are top-level container entities. General operations can be scheduled or called on-demand.
Used to report events detected by end devices such as meters. Meter Reading and Control Message Types. Types of electrical measuring instruments – Part The elements depicted in solid boxes are to be considered mandatory in a given context. Part 1 uec this standard describes infrastructure services common to all abstract components while Parts define the details of the information exchanged for specific types of abstract component.
Figure 1 attempts to describe the concept of essentially a shopping-list of functionality which may be available in the logical or physical end 661968-9. These abstract components are grouped by 619668-9 business functions of the Interface Reference Model. Communication media such as fibre optic cable, power-line, telephone, etc. A service point exists within a service location and is used at the place where a meter may be installed.
A Load Management System is used to manage and control load by the utility in order to promote system reliability.
IEC Part 9: This part of IEC contains the clauses listed in the table below. CIM extensions needed for meter reading and control. Load control devices are used to control loads at a ServiceDeliveryPoint. Skip to main content.
Message format diagrams describe the elements which are passed. Usually all the attributes of these classes are contained within a message type.
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In any case, those corrections are made available to the user who requests them. EndDeviceControls may have control types and parameters. As technology advances, and new needs develop, new messages can be created. From a historical perspective, it was common for a utility 61968–9 have more than one Automated Meter Reading System.
Each EndDeviceEvent has an event type and a timestamp. The reader must refer to the normative definition of 611968-9 class to determine this. The Table 1 shows these functions and typical abstract components that are expected to be producers of information for these message types. To describe the use of the master resource identifier mRID. Each operation returns an answer with a status. View All Site Content.
The meter records the data used for tariffing public networks, and data used for network balancing mechanisms.