Electricity metering data exchange - The DLMS/COSEM suite - Part 8-4: The narrow-band OFDM PLC profiles for PRIME networks

This Technical Specification is part of the EN 62056 / 52056 DLMS/COSEM suite and it specifies the DLMS/COSEM communication profiles for power line carrier neighbourhood networks using the modulation specified in ITU-T G.9904:2012.
There are three profiles specified:
- a profile using the EN 61334-4-32:1996 LLC layer;
- a profile using TCP-UDP/IPv4;
- a profile using TCP-UDP/IPv6.

Echange des données de comptage de l'électricité -La suite DLMS/COSEM - Partie 8-4: Profil de communication CPL à bande étroite OFDM PRIME pour les réseaux de voisinage

Izmenjava podatkov pri merjenju električne energije - Niz DLMS/COSEM - 8-4. del: Ozkopasovni OFDM PLC-profil za omrežja PRIME

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Start Date
13-May-2015
Due Date
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Electricity metering data exchange - The DLMS/COSEM suite - Part 8-4: The narrow-

band OFDM PLC profiles for PRIME networks
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91.140.50 Sistemi za oskrbo z elektriko Electricity supply systems
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SIST-TS CLC/TS 52056-8-4:2015
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION CLC/TS 52056-8-4
SPÉCIFICATION TECHNIQUE
TECHNISCHE SPEZIFIKATION
April 2015
ICS 35.240.60; 91.140.50
English Version
Electricity metering data exchange - The DLMS/COSEM suite -
Part 8-4: Narrow-band OFDM PRIME PLC communication
profile for neighbourhood networks
This Technical Specification was approved by CENELEC on 2014-11-11.

CENELEC members are required to announce the existence of this TS in the same way as for an EN and to make the TS available promptly

at national level in an appropriate form. It is permissible to keep conflicting national standards in force.

CENELEC members are the national electrotechnical committees of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic,

Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia,

Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland,

Turkey and the United Kingdom.
European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization
Comité Européen de Normalisation Electrotechnique
Europäisches Komitee für Elektrotechnische Normung
CEN-CENELEC Management Centre: Avenue Marnix 17, B-1000 Brussels

© 2015 CENELEC All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved worldwide for CENELEC Members.

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CONTENTS

Foreword ................................................................................................................................ 7

Introduction............................................................................................................................. 8

1 Scope ............................................................................................................................... 9

2 Normative references ....................................................................................................... 9

3 Abbreviations ................................................................................................................. 11

4 Targeted communication environments ........................................................................... 12

5 Reference model ............................................................................................................ 14

5.1 Overview ............................................................................................................... 14

5.2 The EN 61334-4-32 profile .................................................................................... 15

5.3 The TCP-UDP/IPv4 profile ..................................................................................... 16

5.4 The TCP-UDP/IPv6 profile ..................................................................................... 16

6 Physical Layer (PHY) ..................................................................................................... 16

6.1 General ................................................................................................................. 16

6.2 PRIME PHY data plane services ........................................................................... 16

6.3 PRIME PHY control plane services ........................................................................ 16

6.4 PRIME PHY management plane services .............................................................. 16

7 Data link layer ................................................................................................................ 17

7.1 Overview – main features and functions ................................................................ 17

7.2 Services used by Base Node and Service Nodes ................................................... 18

7.3 Services used by Base Node signalling ................................................................. 18

7.4 Management services............................................................................................ 18

8 Convergence layers ........................................................................................................ 18

8.1 Overview ............................................................................................................... 18

8.2 The EN 61334-4-32 LLC convergence sublayer ..................................................... 19

8.2.1 General ..................................................................................................... 19

8.2.2 Connection management services ............................................................. 20

8.2.2.1 CL_432_ESTABLISH.request ...................................................... 20

8.2.2.2 CL_432_ESTABLISH.confirm ...................................................... 20

8.2.2.3 CL_432_JOIN.indication ............................................................. 21

8.2.2.4 CL_432_RELEASE.request ......................................................... 21

8.2.2.5 CL_432_RELEASE.confirm ......................................................... 22

8.2.2.6 CL_432_LEAVE.indicate ............................................................. 22

8.2.3 Summary of the connection management services..................................... 23

8.2.4 CL_432_DATA services ............................................................................. 23

8.2.4.1 Overview ..................................................................................... 23

8.2.4.2 CL_432_DATA services .............................................................. 24

8.2.4.3 DL_Broadcast services ............................................................... 24

8.2.4.4 DL_Reply and DL_Update_Reply services .................................. 24

8.2.5 Addressing ................................................................................................ 24

8.2.5.1 Overview ..................................................................................... 24

8.2.5.2 MAC address .............................................................................. 25

8.2.5.3 EN 61334-4-32 SSCS addresses ................................................ 25

8.2.5.4 LLC addresses ............................................................................ 25

8.3 The TCP-UDP/IPv4 based convergence sublayer .................................................. 26

8.3.1 Overview ................................................................................................... 26

8.3.1.1 General architecture ................................................................... 26

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8.3.1.2 The TCP connection manager ..................................................... 27

8.3.1.3 TCP-UDP/IPv4 ............................................................................ 27

8.3.1.4 Subnetwork gateway ................................................................... 27

8.3.2 Opening and closing the IPv4 SSCS .......................................................... 28

8.3.2.1 Introduction ................................................................................. 28

8.3.2.2 CL_IPv4_ESTABLISH.request .................................................... 28

8.3.2.3 CL_IPv4_ESTABLISH.confirm ..................................................... 28

8.3.2.4 CL_IPv4_RELEASE.request ........................................................ 29

8.3.2.5 CL_IPv4_RELEASE.confirm ........................................................ 29

8.3.3 Unicast address management .................................................................... 30

8.3.3.1 Introduction ................................................................................. 30

8.3.3.2 CL_IPv4_REGISTER.request ...................................................... 30

8.3.3.3 CL_IPv4_REGISTER.confirm ...................................................... 31

8.3.3.4 CL_IPv4_UNREGISTER.req ........................................................ 31

8.3.3.5 CL_IPv4_UNREGISTER.confirm ................................................. 31

8.3.4 Multicast group management ..................................................................... 32

8.3.4.1 General ....................................................................................... 32

8.3.4.2 CL_IPv4_IGMP_JOIN.req ........................................................... 32

8.3.4.3 CL_IPv4_IGMP_JOIN.confirm ..................................................... 32

8.3.4.4 CL_IPv4_IGMP_LEAVE.request .................................................. 33

8.3.4.5 CL_IPv4_IGMP_LEAVE.confirm .................................................. 33

8.3.5 Data transfer ............................................................................................. 33

8.3.5.1 General ....................................................................................... 33

8.3.5.2 CL_IPv4_DATA.request .............................................................. 33

8.3.5.3 CL_IPv4_DATA.confirm .............................................................. 34

8.3.5.4 CL_IPv4_DATA.indicate .............................................................. 34

8.3.6 IPv4 SSCS PDUs ...................................................................................... 34

8.3.6.1 General ....................................................................................... 34

8.3.6.2 Address resolution PDUs ............................................................ 34

8.3.6.2.1 Overview ................................................................... 34

8.3.6.2.2 AR_REGISTER_S ...................................................... 34

8.3.6.2.3 AR_REGISTER_B ...................................................... 35

8.3.6.2.4 AR_UNREGISTER_S ................................................. 35
8.3.6.2.5 AR_UNREGISTER_B ................................................. 35
8.3.6.2.6 AR_MCAST_REG_S .................................................. 35
8.3.6.2.7 AR_MCAST_REG_B .................................................. 36
8.3.6.2.8 AR_MCAST_UNREG_S ............................................. 36
8.3.6.2.9 AR_MCAST_UNREG_B ............................................. 36

8.3.6.3 Data connection establishment ................................................... 36

8.3.6.3.1 Overview ................................................................... 36

8.3.6.3.2 AR_LOOKUP_S ......................................................... 36

8.3.6.3.3 AR_LOOKUP_B ......................................................... 37

8.3.7 IPv4 SSCS packet format .......................................................................... 37

8.3.7.1 General ....................................................................................... 37

8.3.7.2 IPv4 packet format without header compression.......................... 37

8.3.7.3 IPv4 packet format with Van Jacobsen header compression........ 37

8.3.8 Connection data ........................................................................................ 38

8.3.8.1 General ....................................................................................... 38

8.3.8.2 Connection data from the initiator ............................................... 38

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8.3.8.3 Connection data from the responder ........................................... 38

8.4 The TCP-UDP/IPv6 based convergence sublayer .................................................. 39

8.4.1 Overview ................................................................................................... 39

8.4.1.1 General architecture ................................................................... 39

8.4.1.2 IPv6 unicast addressing assignment ........................................... 39

8.4.1.3 Role of the Base Node ................................................................ 39

8.4.2 IPv6 SSCS ................................................................................................ 40

8.4.2.1 General ....................................................................................... 40

8.4.2.2 Routing in the subnetwork ........................................................... 40

8.4.2.3 CPCS: Segmentation and reassembly ......................................... 40

8.4.3 IPv6 Address Configuration ....................................................................... 40

8.4.3.1 Overview ..................................................................................... 40

8.4.3.2 Interface identifier ....................................................................... 40

8.4.3.3 IPv6 Link local address configuration .......................................... 40

8.4.3.4 Stateless address auto configuration .......................................... 40

8.4.3.5 Stateful address configuration ..................................................... 40

8.4.3.6 Multicast address ........................................................................ 40

8.4.3.7 Address resolution ...................................................................... 41

8.4.3.7.1 Overview ................................................................... 41

8.4.3.7.2 Unicast address ......................................................... 41

8.4.3.7.3 Multicast address ....................................................... 41

8.4.3.7.4 Retransmission of address resolution packets ........... 42

8.4.4 IPv6 packet transfer .................................................................................. 42

8.4.5 Segmentation and reassembly ................................................................... 42

8.4.6 Compression ............................................................................................. 42

8.4.7 Quality of Service Mapping ........................................................................ 43

8.4.8 Opening and closing the IPv6 SSCS .......................................................... 43

8.4.8.1 Introduction ................................................................................. 43

8.4.8.2 CL_IPv6_ESTABLISH.request .................................................... 43

8.4.8.3 CL_IPv6_ESTABLISH.confirm ..................................................... 44

8.4.8.4 CL_IPv6_RELEASE.request ........................................................ 44

8.4.8.5 CL_IPv6_RELEASE.confirm ........................................................ 44

8.4.9 Unicast address management .................................................................... 45

8.4.9.1 Introduction ................................................................................. 45

8.4.9.2 CL_IPv6_REGISTER.request ...................................................... 45

8.4.9.3 CL_IPv6_REGISTER.confirm ...................................................... 45

8.4.9.4 CL_IPv6_UNREGISTER.request ................................................. 46

8.4.9.5 CL_IPv6_UNREGISTER.confirm ................................................. 46

8.4.10 Multicast group management ..................................................................... 46

8.4.10.1 Introduction ................................................................................. 46

8.4.10.2 CL_IPv6_MUL_JOIN.request ...................................................... 47

8.4.10.3 CL_IPv6_MUL_JOIN.confirm ....................................................... 47

8.4.10.4 CL_IPv6_MUL_LEAVE.request ................................................... 47

8.4.10.5 CL_IPv6_MUL_LEAVE.confirm ................................................... 48

8.4.11 Data transfer ............................................................................................. 48

8.4.11.1 General ....................................................................................... 48

8.4.11.2 CL_IPv6_DATA.request .............................................................. 48

8.4.11.3 CL_IPv6_DATA.confirm .............................................................. 48

8.4.11.4 CL_IPv6_DATA.indicate .............................................................. 49

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8.4.12 IPv6 SSCS PDUs ...................................................................................... 49

8.4.12.1 General ....................................................................................... 49

8.4.12.2 Address resolution PDUs ............................................................ 49

8.4.12.2.1 Overview ................................................................... 49

8.4.12.2.2 AR_REGISTERv6_S .................................................. 49
8.4.12.2.3 AR_REGISTERv6_B .................................................. 49
8.4.12.2.4 AR_UNREGISTERv6_S ............................................. 50
8.4.12.2.5 AR_UNREGISTERv6_B ............................................. 50
8.4.12.2.6 AR_MCAST_REGv6_S .............................................. 50
8.4.12.2.7 AR_MCAST_REGv6_B .............................................. 50
8.4.12.2.8 AR_MCAST_UNREGv6_S ......................................... 51
8.4.12.2.9 AR_MCAST_UNREGv6_B ......................................... 51

8.4.12.3 Data connection establishment ................................................... 51

8.4.12.3.1 Overview ................................................................... 51

8.4.12.3.2 AR_LOOKUPv6_S ..................................................... 51

8.4.12.3.3 AR_LOOKUPv6_B ..................................................... 52

8.4.13 IPv6 Packet format .................................................................................... 52

8.4.13.1 General ....................................................................................... 52

8.4.13.2 No negotiated header compression ............................................. 52

8.4.13.3 Header compression ................................................................... 52

8.4.14 Connection data ........................................................................................ 53

8.4.14.1 Overview ..................................................................................... 53

8.4.14.2 Connection data from the initiator ............................................... 53

8.4.14.3 Connection data from the responder ........................................... 53

Annex A (informative) ........................................................................................................... 55

A.1 Data exchange between two IP communication peers ........................................... 55

A.2 Joining a multicast group ....................................................................................... 57

Annex B (informative) EN 61334-4-32 profile: Error cases during connection

establishment ................................................................................................................. 58

Annex C (informative) PRIME encoding examples ................................................................ 59

C.1 ACSE APDUs and xDLMS APDUs carried by MAC frames using the EN

61334-4-32 SSCS ................................................................................................. 59

List of Figures

Figure 1 – Communication architecture ................................................................................. 13

Figure 2 – PLC PRIME protocol architecture ......................................................................... 15

Figure 3 – EN 61334-4-32 SSCS services ............................................................................. 19

Figure 4 – MSC for EN 61334-4-32 SSCS services ............................................................... 23

Figure 5 – MSC for Data services in the case of logical name referencing ............................ 24

Figure 6 – The TCP-UDP/IPv4 communication profile architecture ........................................ 27

Figure A.1 – MSC of IPv4 SSCS services ............................................................................. 56

Figure A.2 – MSC for joining an IPv4 multicast group ........................................................... 57

List of tables

Table 1 – Result values for SSCS services ........................................................................... 22

Table 2 – Client service access point values ......................................................................... 25

Table 3 – Server service access point ................................................................................... 25

Table 4 – AR_REGISTER_S message format ....................................................................... 35

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Table 5 – AR_REGISTER B message format ........................................................................ 35

Table 6 – AR_UNREGISTER_S message format .................................................................. 35

Table 7 – AR_UNREGISTER_B message format .................................................................. 35

Table 8 – AR_MCAST_REG_S message format .................................................................... 36

Table 9 – AR_MCAST_REG_B message format .................................................................... 36

Table 10 – AR_MCAST_UNREG_S message format ............................................................. 36

Table 11 – AR_MCAST_UNREG_B message format ............................................................. 36

Table 12 – AR_LOOKUP_S message format ......................................................................... 37

Table 13 – AR_LOOKUP_B message format ......................................................................... 37

Table 14 – IPv4 packet format without header compression negotiated ................................. 37

Table 15 – IPv4 packet format with VJ header compression .................................................. 38

Table 16 – Connection data sent by the initiator ................................................................... 38

Table 17 – Connection data sent by the responder ............................................................... 38

Table 18 – IPv6 SSCS table entry ......................................................................................... 42

Table 19 – Mapping IPv6 precedence to PRIME MAC priority ............................................... 43

Table 20 – AR_REGISTERv6_S message format .................................................................. 49

Table 21 – AR_REGISTERv6_B message format .................................................................. 50

Table 22 – AR_UNREGISTERv6_S message format ............................................................. 50

Table 23 – AR_UNREGISTERv6_B message format ............................................................. 50

Table 24 – AR_MCAST_REGv6_S message format .............................................................. 50

Table 25 – AR_MCAST_REGv6_B message format .............................................................. 51

Table 26 – AR_MCAST_UNREGv6_S message format ......................................................... 51

Table 27 – AR_MCAST_UNREGv6_B message format ......................................................... 51

Table 28 – AR_LOOKUPv6_S message format ..................................................................... 51

Table 29 – AR_LOOKUPv6_B message format ..................................................................... 52

Table 30 – IPv6 Packet format without negotiated header compression ................................ 52

Table 31 – UDP/IPv6 Packet format with LOWPAN_IPHC header compression and

LOWPAN_NHC ..................................................................................................................... 52

Table 32 – IPv6 Packet format with LOWPAN_IPHC negotiated header compression ........... 53

Table 33 – IPv6 Connection signalling data sent by the initiator ............................................ 53

Table 34 – IPv6 Connection signalling data sent by the responder ........................................ 53

Figure A.1 – MSC of IPv4 SSCS services ............................................................................. 56

Figure A.2 – MSC for joining an IPv4 multicast group ........................................................... 57

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Foreword

This document (CLC/TS 52056-8-4:2015) has been prepared by CLC/TC 13 "Equipment for

electrical energy measurement and load control".
The following date is fixed:
(doa) 2015-07-24
• latest date by which the existence of
this document has to be announced
at national level

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.

This document has been prepared under a mandate given to CENELEC by the European Commission

and the European Free Trade Association.
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Introduction

This Technical Specification is based on the results of the European OPEN Meter project,

Topic Energy 2008.7.1.1, Project no.: 226369, www.openmeter.com, and has been prepared

by the PRIME Alliance Technical Working Group, www.prime-alliance.org .
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1 Scope

This Technical Specification is part of the EN 62056 / 52056 DLMS/COSEM suite and it

specifies the DLMS/COSEM communication profiles for power line carrier neighbourhood

networks using the modulation specified in ITU-T G.9904:2012.
There are three profiles specified:
• a profile using the EN 61334-4-32:1996 LLC layer;
• a profile using TCP-UDP/IPv4;
• a profile using TCP-UDP/IPv6.
2 Normative references

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.

EN 50065-1, Signalling on low-voltage electrical installations in the frequency range 3 kHz to

148.5 kHz - Part 1: General requirements, frequency bands and electromagnetic disturbances

EN 61334-4-1:1996, Distribution automation using distribution line carrier systems – Part 4:

Data communication protocols – Section 1: Reference model of the communication system

(IEC 61334-4-1:1996)

EN 61334-4-32:1996, Distribution automation using distribution line carrier systems – Part 4:

Data communication protocols – Section 32: Data link layer – Logical link control (LLC)

(IEC 61334-4-32:1996)

EN 61334-4-511:2000, Distribution automation using distribution line carrier systems – Part 4-

511: Data communication protocols – Systems management – CIASE protocol (IEC 61334-4-

511:2000)

FprEN 62056-4-7:2014, Electricity metering data exchange - The DLMS/COSEM suite – Part

4-7: DLMS/COSEM transport layer for IP networks (IEC 62056-4-7:2015)

EN 62056-5-3, Electricity metering data exchange – The DLMS/COSEM suite – Part 5-3:

DLMS/COSEM application layer (IEC 62056-5-3)

EN 62056-6-1, Electricity metering data exchange – The DLMS/COSEM suite – Part 6-1:

Object identification system (OBIS) (IEC 62056-6-1)

EN 62056-6-2, Electricity metering data exchange – The DLMS/COSEM suite – Part 6-2:

COSEM interface classes (IEC 62056-6-2)

EN 62056-9-7:2013, Electricity metering data exchange – the DLMS/COSEM suite – Part 9-7:

Communication profile for TCP-UDP/IP networks (IEC 62056-9-7:2013)
Recommendation ITU-T G.9904:2012, SERIES G: TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS AND MEDIA,
DIGITAL SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS Access networks – In premises networks. Narrowband

orthogonal frequency division multiplexing power line communication transceivers for PRIME

networks
RFC 2460 Internet Protocol, Version 6 (IPv6) Specification
Authors: S. Deering, Cisco, R. Hinden Nokia
Date: December 1998
Available from: http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2460.txt
RFC 2464 Transmission of IPv6 Packets over Ethernet Networks
Authors M. Crawford Fermilab
Date: December 1998
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