Application integration at electric utilities - System interfaces for distribution management - Part 9: Interfaces for meter reading and control

IEC 61968-9:2013 specifies the information content of a set of message types that can be used to support many of the business functions related to meter reading and control. Typical uses of the message types include meter reading, controls, events, customer data synchronization and customer switching. The purpose of IEC 61968-9 is to define a standard for the integration of metering systems (MS), which includes traditional manual systems, and (one or two-way) automated meter reading (AMR) systems, and meter data management (MDM) systems with other enterprise systems and business functions within the scope of IEC 61968. The scope of IEC 61968-9 is the exchange of information between metering systems, MDM systems and other systems within the utility enterprise. This new edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: - changes to and addition of new profiles to support PAN and UsagePoints; - extensions to support PAN devices generically as EndDevices; - extensions to the MeterReading model and profiles to support richer descriptions of metered quantities and to accommodate coincident readings.

Integration von Anwendungen in Anlagen der Elektrizitätsversorgung - Systemschnittstellen für Netzführung - Teil 9: Zählerfernauslesung und -steuerung

Intégration d'applications pour les services électriques - Interfaces système pour la gestion de distribution - Partie 9: Interfaces pour le relevé et la commande des compteurs

La CEI 61968-9:2013 spécifie le contenu informationnel d'un ensemble de types de messages qui peuvent être utilisés pour prendre en charge de nombreuses fonctions métier relatives au relevé et à la commande des compteurs. Les utilisations typiques des types de messages comprennent le relevé de compteurs, les commandes, les événements, la synchronisation des données client et la commutation de clientèle. Le but du présent document est de définir une norme pour l'intégration des systèmes de comptage (MS, Metering Systems) qui inclut les systèmes manuels traditionnels et les systèmes de relevés de compteur automatisés (AMR, Automated Meter Reading) (à une seule voie ou à deux voies), ainsi que les systèmes de gestion de données de compteur (MDM, Meter Data Management) avec d'autres systèmes et fonctions métier s'inscrivant dans le domaine d'application de la CEI 61968. Le domaine d'application de la présente norme est l'échange d'informations entre les systèmes de comptage, les systèmes MDM et d'autres systèmes au sein de l'entreprise de distribution. Cette nouvelle édition constitue une révision technique et inclut les modifications techniques majeures suivantes par rapport à l'édition précédente: - modifications apportées à et ajout de nouveaux profils pour prendre en charge PAN et les UsagePoints; - extensions pour prendre en charge les appareils PAN génériquement en tant qu'EndDevices; - extensions du modèle et des profils MeterReading pour prendre en charge les descriptions plus riches des grandeurs comptées et pour assurer les relevés coïncidents.

Združevanje aplikacij v elektropodjetjih - Sistemski vmesniki za upravljanje distribucije - 9. del: Vmesniki za odbiranje stanja električnih števcev in krmiljenje (IEC 61968-9:2013)

Standard EN-IEC 61968-9 določa informacijske vsebine nabora vrst sporočil, ki se lahko uporabljajo za podporo številnih poslovnih funkcij v zvezi z odbiranjem stanja električnih števcev in krmiljenjem. Značilne uporabe vrst sporočil vključujejo odbiranje, krmiljenje in dogodke električnih števcev, sinhronizacijo podatkov o strankah in preklapljanje strank. Čeprav je namenjen predvsem omrežjem za distribucijo elektrike, se IEC 61968-9 lahko uporablja za druge aplikacije v zvezi s števci, vključno z neelektričnimi merjenimi količinami, potrebnimi za podporo plinskih in vodnih omrežij. Namen tega dela standarda IEC 61968 je določiti standard za integracijo merilnih sistemov (MS), ki vključujejo tradicionalne ročne sisteme in (eno- ali dvosmerne) avtomatske sisteme za odbiranje števcev ter sisteme za upravljanje podatkov meritev (MDM), z drugimi sistemi in poslovnimi funkcijami v okviru IEC 61968. Področje uporabe tega dela standarda IEC 61968 je izmenjava informacij med merilnim sistemom, sistemom za upravljanje podatkov meritev (MDM) in drugimi sistemi znotraj podjetja. Posamezne podrobnosti o komunikacijskih protokolih, ki jih uporabljajo ti sistemi, so izven območja uporabe tega standarda. Namesto tega ta mednarodni standard prepoznava in modelira splošne zmogljivosti, ki jih morebiti lahko zagotavlja napredna in/ali starejša infrastruktura števcev, vključno z zmogljivostmi dvosmerne komunikacije, kot so nadzor obremenitve, dinamično oblikovanje cen, zaznavanje izpada, signali za nadzor virov distribuirane energije (DER) in odbiranje na zahtevo. Na ta način na ta standard ne vplivajo specifikacija, razvoj in/ali namestitev infrastruktur za števce naslednje generacije, z uporabo standardov ali lastniških sredstev. Diagram na sliki 1 prikazuje področje uporabe tega dela standarda IEC 61968 z vidika neposrednih in vzročnih oziroma posrednih vplivov sporočil standarda IEC 61968-9. Čeprav se standard IEC 61968-9 osredotoča na opredelitev standardnih sporočil za integracijo podjetniških aplikacij, so lahko ta sporočila posredno ali neposredno povezana s pretokom informacij v širšem okviru. Primeri vključujejo sporočanje med sistemi z glavnimi sprejemnimi postajami in merilniki ali napravami PAN. Različne komponente, opisane v tem dokumentu, navadno spadajo v kategorijo glavnih sprejemnih postaj merilnih sistemov (MS), sistemov za upravljanje podatkov meritev ali drugih podjetniških aplikacij (npr. OMS, DRMS, CIS).

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Application integration at electric utilities - System interfaces for distribution management

- Part 9: Interfaces for meter reading and control

Intégration d'applications pour les services électriques - Interfaces système pour la

gestion de distribution - Partie 9: Interface pour la lecture et le contrôle des mesures

Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN 61968-9:2014
ICS:
29.240.30 Krmilna oprema za Control equipment for electric
elektroenergetske sisteme power systems
35.200 Vmesniška in povezovalna Interface and interconnection
oprema equipment
SIST EN 61968-9:2014 en

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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EUROPEAN STANDARD
EN 61968-9
NORME EUROPÉENNE
April 2014
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
ICS 33.200 Supersedes EN 61968-9:2009
English version
Application integration at electric utilities -
System interfaces for distribution management -
Part 9: Interfaces for meter reading and control
(IEC 61968-9:2013)

Intégration d'applications pour les services Integration von Anwendungen in Anlagen

électriques - der Elektrizitätsversorgung -
Interfaces système pour la gestion de Systemschnittstellen für Netzführung -
distribution - Teil 9: Zählerfernauslesung und -
Partie 9: Interfaces pour le relevé et la steuerung
commande des compteurs (IEC 61968-9:2013)
(CEI 61968-9:2013)

This European Standard was approved by CENELEC on 2013-11-20. CENELEC members are bound to comply

with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this European Standard

the status of a national standard without any alteration.

Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such national standards may be obtained on

application to the CEN-CENELEC Management Centre or to any CENELEC member.

This European Standard exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other

language made by translation under the responsibility of a CENELEC member into its own language and notified

to the CEN-CENELEC Management Centre has the same status as the official versions.

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Ref. No. EN 61968-9:2014 E
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EN 61968-9:2014 - 2 -
Foreword

The text of document 57/1377/FDIS, future edition 1 of IEC 61968-9, prepared by IEC/TC 57, "Power

systems management and associated information exchange" was submitted to the IEC-CENELEC

parallel vote and approved by CENELEC as EN 61968-9:2014.
The following dates are fixed:
(dop) 2014-10-11
• latest date by which the document has
to be implemented at national level by
publication of an identical national
standard or by endorsement
• latest date by which the national (dow) 2016-11-20
standards conflicting with the
document have to be withdrawn
This document supersedes EN 61968-9:2009.

EN 61968-9:2014 includes the following significant technical changes with respect to

EN 61968-9:2009:
a) changes to and addition of new profiles to support PAN and Usage Points;
b) extensions to support PAN devices generically as EndDevices;
c) extensions to the MeterReading model and profiles to support richer
descriptions of metered quantities and to accommodate coincident readings;

d) addition of CIM Name class and corresponding revisions to profiles to allow reference

by name instead of by mRID. W here the document may identif y the use of mRID

values as references, Name.name values may be alternatively used. This is described

in more detail in Annex G;
e) reference of ReadingTypes, EndDeviceEventTypes and EndDeviceControlTypes
using name references;

f) definition of normative enumerations for ReadingTypes, EndDeviceEventTypes

and EndDeviceControlTypes in annexes;
g) various corrections to example sequence diagrams;

h) Removal of MeterAssetReading profile, where functionality is supported using

the MeterReading profile;
i) MeterAsset class is now named Meter;
j) MeterAssetConfig profile now named MeterConfig;
k) EndDeviceAssets profile now named EndDeviceConfig;

l) removal of EndDeviceFirmware profile, where functionality is supported using

the EndDeviceConfig profile;
m) use of new namespaces to reflect the new edition, where the namespaces is
reflective of the year in which a profile is defined;
n) adoption of UsagePoint as a replacement for and a generalization of
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ServiceDeliveryPoint;
o) SDPLocationConfig has been deprecated in favor of UsagePointLocationConfig;

p) some profiles previously defined have been moved into the new subclause 5.10 which

is focused on data linkages;

q) elimination of the MeterSystemEvents profile, as it provided no functionality that

could not be achieved with the EndDeviceEvents profile;

r) there were several profiles originally defined in support of prepayment use cases

that were identified to be more general in nature, and were consequentially moved to

5.10. Subclause 5.8 now consists of only those profiles that are specific to prepaym

ent. In all cases there has been some refactoring of these profiles to reflect

other necessary changes that have been described;
s) supplierConfig has been renamed ServiceSupplierConfig;

t) messages using the SUBSCRIBE verb have been removed as these are related to the

underlying communication transport and do not reflect actual EN 61968 messages.

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of

patent rights. CENELEC [and/or CEN] shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such

patent rights.
Endorsement notice

The text of the International Standard IEC 61968-9:2013 was approved by CENELEC as a European

Standard without any modification.

In the official version, for Bibliography, the following notes have to be added for the standards

indicated:
IEC 61970-552 NOTE Harmonised as EN 61970-552 (not modified).
IEC 62056 (Series) NOTE Harmonised as EN 62056 (Series) (not modified).
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EN 61968-9:2014 - 4 -
Annex ZA
(normative)
Normative references to international publications
with their corresponding European publications

The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and are

indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated

references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

NOTE When an international publication has been modified by common modifications, indicated by (mod), the relevant EN/HD

applies.
Publication Year Title EN/HD Year
IEC 60050-300 - International Electrotechnical Vocabulary - - -
Electrical and electronic measurements and
measuring instruments -
Part 311: General terms relating to
measurements -
Part 312: General terms relating to electrical
measurements -
Part 313: Types of electrical measuring
instruments -
Part 314: Specific terms according to the type of
instrument
IEC 61968-1 - Application integration at electric utilities - EN 61968-1 -
System interfaces for distribution management -
Part 1: Interface architecture and general
requirements
IEC/TS 61968-2 - Application integration at electric utilities - - -
System interfaces for distribution management -
Part 2: Glossary
IEC 61968-11 - Application integration at electric utilities - EN 61968-11 -
System interfaces for distribution management -
Part 11: Common information model (CIM)
extensions for distribution

IEC 61968-100 2013 Application integration at electric utilities - EN 61968-100 2013

System interfaces for distribution management -
Part 100: Implementation profiles
IEC 61970-301 - Energy management system application EN 61970-301 -
program interface (EMS-API) -
Part 301: Common information model (CIM)
base
IEC/TR 62051-1 - Electricity metering - Data exchange for meter - -
+ corr. June reading, tariff and load control - Glossary of
terms -
Part 1: Terms related to data exchange with
metering equipment using DLMS/COSEM
ISO 8601 2004 Data elements and interchange formats - - -
Information interchange - Representation of
dates and times
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................... 9

INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................... 12

1 Scope ............................................................................................................................ 14

2 Normative references .................................................................................................... 15

3 Terms, definitions and abbreviations ............................................................................. 16

3.1 Terms and definitions ....................................................................................... 16

3.2 Abbreviations ................................................................................................... 17

4 Reference and information models ................................................................................ 18

4.1 General approach to metering systems ............................................................ 18

4.2 Reference Model .............................................................................................. 19

4.2.1 General .......................................................................................... 19

4.2.2 Metering system (MS) – Data collection .......................................... 22

4.2.3 Metering system (MS) – Control and reconfiguration ....................... 23

4.2.4 Load control ................................................................................... 23

4.2.5 Load management system (LMS) .................................................... 23

4.2.6 Meter asset management (MAM) system ........................................ 24

4.2.7 Meter data management (MDM) system .......................................... 24

4.2.8 Customer information system (CIS) ................................................ 24

4.2.9 Outage management system (OMS) ............................................... 24

4.2.10 Network operations (NO) ................................................................ 25

4.2.11 Meter maintenance (MM) ................................................................ 25

4.2.12 Planning ......................................................................................... 25

4.2.13 Work management (WM) ................................................................ 25

4.2.14 Point of sale (POS) ......................................................................... 25

4.2.15 Meter .............................................................................................. 25

4.2.16 Load control devices ....................................................................... 25

4.2.17 PAN devices ................................................................................... 26

4.2.18 Demand response management system (DRMS) ............................ 26

4.3 Interface reference model ................................................................................ 26

4.4 Meter reading and control functions and components ....................................... 26

4.5 Static information model .................................................................................. 27

4.5.1 General .......................................................................................... 27

4.5.2 Classes for meter reading and control ............................................ 28

4.5.3 Classes related to meter reading and control .................................. 32

5 Meter reading and control message types ...................................................................... 33

5.1 General ............................................................................................................ 33

5.2 End device event messages ............................................................................. 33

5.2.1 General .......................................................................................... 33

5.2.2 Applications .................................................................................... 34

5.2.3 Message format .............................................................................. 40

5.3 Meter reading messages .................................................................................. 42

5.3.1 General .......................................................................................... 42

5.3.2 Applications .................................................................................... 42

5.3.3 Message formats ............................................................................ 47

5.4 End device control messages ........................................................................... 58

5.4.1 General .......................................................................................... 58

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5.4.2 Applications .................................................................................... 58

5.4.3 Message format .............................................................................. 65

5.5 Meter service requests ..................................................................................... 68

5.5.1 General .......................................................................................... 68

5.5.2 Applications .................................................................................... 69

5.5.3 Message format .............................................................................. 72

5.6 Metering system events ................................................................................... 73

5.6.1 General .......................................................................................... 73

5.6.2 Applications – Firmware upgrade .................................................... 74

5.6.3 Message formats ............................................................................ 74

5.7 Customer switching .......................................................................................... 74

5.7.1 General .......................................................................................... 74

5.7.2 Message formats ............................................................................ 75

5.8 Payment metering service messages ............................................................... 75

5.8.1 General .......................................................................................... 75

5.8.2 Auxiliary agreements ...................................................................... 75

5.8.3 Applications .................................................................................... 76

5.8.4 Message formats ............................................................................ 77

5.9 Premise area networks .................................................................................... 80

5.9.1 General .......................................................................................... 80

5.9.2 Applications .................................................................................... 81

5.9.3 Message formats ............................................................................ 83

5.10 Master data management messages ................................................................ 83

5.10.1 General .......................................................................................... 83

5.10.2 Applications .................................................................................... 84

5.10.3 Message formats ............................................................................ 91

6 Document conventions ................................................................................................ 104

6.1 UML diagrams................................................................................................ 104

6.2 Message definitions ....................................................................................... 105

6.2.1 General ........................................................................................ 105

6.2.2 Mandatory vs. optional .................................................................. 105

6.2.3 Verb tense .................................................................................... 105

6.3 Synchronous versus asynchronous messages ............................................... 105

6.4 Depiction of simple acknowledgment messages ............................................. 105

Annex A (normative) Description of message type verbs .................................................... 106

Annex B (informative) Reply error codes ............................................................................ 108

Annex C (normative) Procedure for the generation of a ReadingType name ....................... 115

Annex D (normative) Quality code enumerations ................................................................ 170

Annex E (normative) EndDeviceEventType enumerations .................................................. 183

Annex F (normative) EndDeviceControlType enumerations ................................................ 221

Annex G (normative) Conventions for naming and identifying objects ................................ 224

Annex H (normative) XML schemas for message payloads ................................................ 227

Annex I (informative) XML schemas for message payloads ................................................ 314

Annex J (normative) Request parameters .......................................................................... 389

Annex K (normative) Master data management transaction processing .............................. 395

Annex L (informative) Master data management use cases and sample XML ..................... 402

Annex M (informative) Notes on extended use of IEC 61968-100 ....................................... 438

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Bibliography ........................................................................................................................ 440

Figure 1 – IEC 61968-9 scope .............................................................................................. 15

Figure 2 – Example of an end device with functions .............................................................. 20

Figure 3 – IEC 61968-9 reference model ............................................................................... 21

Figure 4 – IEC 61968-9 Reference model with customer information and billing system ........ 22

Figure 5 – Outage Detection, request/reply message exchange, example 1 .......................... 35

Figure 6 – Outage Detection, request / reply message exchange, Example 2 ........................ 36

Figure 7 – Outage Detection, publish/subscribe exchange, Example 1 .................................. 37

Figure 8 – Outage Detection, publish/subscribe exchange, Example 2 .................................. 37

Figure 9 – Meter Health Event exchange, Example 1 ............................................................ 38

Figure 10 – Meter Health Event exchange, Example 2 .......................................................... 39

Figure 11 – Power quality event exchange, Example 1 ......................................................... 39

Figure 12 – Power quality event exchange, Example 2 ......................................................... 40

Figure 13 – End device event message format ...................................................................... 41

Figure 14 – Example use of meter read schedule to create subscription ............................... 43

Figure 15 – Example manual meter reading exchange .......................................................... 44

Figure 16 – Example On-Request meter read ....................................................................... 45

Figure 17 – Historical MeterData exchange ........................................................................... 46

Figure 18 – Example billing inquiry message exchange ........................................................ 46

Figure 19 – Meter readings message format ......................................................................... 47

Figure 20 – Reading structure ............................................................................................... 48

Figure 21 – Timestamps assigned between systems ............................................................. 49

Figure 22 – Conventions for timeStamp and timePeriod ........................................................ 49

Figure 23 – IntervalBlock structure ....................................................................................... 50

Figure 24 – Interval data timestamp generation .................................................................... 51

Figure 25 – Time interval conventions ................................................................................... 51

Figure 26 – ReadingType structure ....................................................................................... 52

Figure 27 – Meter read schedule message format ................................................................. 57

Figure 28 – Example load control message exchange ........................................................... 59

Figure 29 – Example message exchange for LC unit installation ........................................... 60

Figure 30 – Example message exchange for change of customer program ........................... 61

Figure 31 – Example message exchange for change of customer program w/o MDM ............ 61

Figure 32 – Example for change of customer program with meter change out ....................... 62

Figure 33 – Example message exchange for meter connect/disconnect ................................ 63

Figure 34 – Example of remote connect/disconnect directly between CIS and MS ................ 64

Figure 35 – Example message exchange for real-time price signal ....................................... 65

Figure 36 – End device controls message format .................................................................. 66

Figure 37 – Example meter installation and removal message exchange .............................. 69

Figure 38 – Example end device event message exchange due to meter changeout ............. 70

Figure 39 – Example message exchange due to CIS alarms ................................................. 71

Figure 40 – Example message exchange when meter is changed out for recalibration .......... 72

Figure 41 – Meter service requests message format ............................................................. 73

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Figure 42 – Example firmware upgrade message exchange .................................................. 74

Figure 43 – Example customer switching message exchange ............................................... 75

Figure 44 – Message exchange for transferring auxiliary agreement information ................... 76

Figure 45 – Message exchange for transferring receipt information ....................................... 77

Figure 46 – Message exchange for transferring transaction information ................................ 77

Figure 47 – Auxiliary agreement configuration message format............................................. 78

Figure 48 – ReceiptRecord message format ......................................................................... 79

Figure 49 – TransactionRecord message format ................................................................... 80

Figure 50 – Pairing of a PAN device ..................................................................................... 81

Figure 51 – PAN device events ............................................................................................. 82

Figure 52 – PAN device controls ........................................................................................... 83

Figure 53 – Master data linkages .......................................................................................... 85

Figure 54 – Message exchange for transferring supplier information ..................................... 86

Figure 55 – Message exchange for transferring customer information ................................... 87

Figure 56 – Message exchange for transferring customer agreement information ................. 87

Figure 57 – Message exchange for transferring customer account information ...................... 88

Figure 58 – Message exchange for transferring service category information ........................ 88

Figure 59 – Message exchange for transferring usage point information ............................... 89

Figure 60 – Message exchange for transferring meter information ........................................ 89

Figure 61 – Message exchange for transferring end device information ................................ 90

Figure 62 – Message exchange for transferring service location information ......................... 91

Figure 63 – Message exchange for transferring pricing structures ......................................... 91

Figure 64 – MasterDataLinkageConfig message format ........................................................ 92

Figure 65 – Service supplier configuration message format .................................................. 93

Figure 66 – Customer configuration message ....................................................................... 94

Figure 67 – Customer agreement configuration message ...................................................... 95

Figure 68 – Customer account configuration message .......................................................... 96

Figure 69 – ServiceCategoryConfig message format ............................................................. 96

Figure 70 – UsagePointConfig message format .................................................................... 97

Figure 71 – UsagePointLocationConfig message format ....................................................... 99

Figure 72 – End device config message format ................................................................... 100

Figure 73 – Meter configuration message ........................................................................... 101

Figure 74 – ComModuleConfig message format .................................................................. 102

Figure 75 – ServiceLocationConfig message format ............................................................ 103

Figure 76 – PricingStructureConfig message format ........................................................... 104

Figure B.1 – Reply Message States .................................................................................... 114

Figure C.1 – Typical enumerations for accumulation behaviour ........................................... 123

Figure C.2 – Typical enumerations for directi
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