Electricity metering data exchange - The dlms/cosem suite - Part 7-5: Local data transmission profiles for Local Networks (LN)

IEC 62056-7-5:2016 specifies DLMS/COSEM communication profiles for transmitting metering data modelled by COSEM interface objects through a Local Data Transmission Interface (LDTI). The LDTI may be part of a meter or of a Local Network Access Point (LNAP) hosting a DLMS/COSEM server.

Datenkommunikation der elektrischen Energiemessung - DLMS/COSEM - Teil 7-5: Kommunikationsprofile zur lokalen Datenübertragung für lokale Netze

Échange des données de comptage de l'électricité - la suite dlms/cosem - partie 7-5: Profils de transmission de données locales pour réseaux locaux (LN)

L'IEC 62056-7-5:2016 spécifie les profils de communication DLMS/COSEM pour la transmission des données de comptage modélisées par les objets d'interface COSEM par l'intermédiaire d'une interface de transmission de données locales (LDTI). La LDTI peut faire partie d'un compteur ou d'un point d'accès au réseau local (LNAP) hébergeant un serveur DLMS/COSEM.

Izmenjava podatkov pri merjenju električne energije - Niz DLMS/COSEM - 7-5. del: Profili izmenjave podatkov za lokalne mreže (LN)

Ta del standarda IEC 62056 določa komunikacijske profile DLMS/COSEM za izmenjevanje merilnih podatkov, modeliranih z vmesniškimi objekti COSEM prek vmesnika za izmenjavo podatkov lokalne mreže (LDTI). Vmesnik za izmenjavo podatkov lokalne mreže je lahko del števca ali dostopne točke lokalne mreže (LNAP), v kateri gostuje strežnik DLMS/COSEM.
Glavno besedilo tega standarda določa skupne vidike različnih komunikacijskih profilov za vmesnik za izmenjavo podatkov lokalne mreže.
Dodatki določajo elemente, ki so značilni za komunikacijske protokole. Dodatki so sestavni del tega mednarodnega standarda.
Dodatek A (normativni) določa komunikacijski profil s protokolom, določenim v standardu IEC 62056-21. Točka A.1 določa komunikacijski profil, ki podpira aplikacijsko plast DLMS/COSEM, točka A.2 pa določa komunikacijski profil s podedovanim načinom D. Fizični vmesnik je optični vmesnik, določen v standardu IEC 62056-21:2002, 4.3.
Dodatek B (normativni) določa komunikacijski profil s protokolom, določenim v standardu IEC 62056-3-1. Točka B.1 določa komunikacijski profil, ki podpira aplikacijsko plast DLMS/COSEM, točka B.2 pa določa komunikacijski profil s podedovanim načinom. Fizični vmesnik je sukana parica s signalizacijo po nosilcu in je poznan kot vodilo Euridis.
Dodatek C (normativni) določa komunikacijski profil na podlagi profila, določenega v standardu IEC 62056-7-6, ki temelji na 3-plastnem, povezovalno naravnanem profilu DLMS/COSEM na osnovi HDLC. Fizični vmesnik je RS 485 ali TIA-232-F.
Dodatek D (normativni) določa komunikacijski profil s fizično plastjo, določeno v standardu EN 13757-2, in podatkovno povezovalno plastjo na podlagi HDLC, določeno v standardu IEC 62056-46. Fizični vmesnik je sukana parica s signalizacijo v osnovnem pasu.
Dodatek E (normativni) določa komunikacijski profil s protokolom UDP/IP. Fizična plast ne spada na področje uporabe tega mednarodnega standarda.
Komunikacijski profili iz točk A.1 in B.1 ter dodatkov C, D in E podpirajo aplikacijsko plast DLMS/COSEM.
Dodatek F (informativni) določa primer konfiguracije vmesnika za izmenjavo podatkov lokalne mreže.
Dodatek G (informativni) navaja primere kodiranja.
Dodatni komunikacijski profili za druge medijske/komunikacijske protokole se lahko dodajo
v prihodnosti. Področje uporabe teh komunikacijskih profilov je omejeno na vidike v zvezi z uporabo
komunikacijskih protokolov skupaj s podatkovnimi modeli DLMS/COSEM. Podatkovne strukture, značilne za določen komunikacijski protokol, naj bi bile opredeljene v posebnih standardih glede protokolov. Morebitne definicije podatkovnih struktur in vsebine podatkov za posamezen projekt morajo biti vključene v spremljevalnih specifikacijah za posamezen projekt.

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Échange des données de comptage de l'électricité - la suite dlms/cosem - partie 7-5:

Profils de transmission de données locales pour réseaux locaux (LN)
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EUROPEAN STANDARD EN 62056-7-5
NORME EUROPÉENNE
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
December 2016
ICS 17.220.20; 35.100.01; 91.140.50
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Electricity metering data exchange - The DLMS/COSEM suite -
Part 7-5: Local data transmission profiles for Local Networks
(LN)
(IEC 62056-7-5:2016)

Échange des données de comptage de l'électricité - la suite Datenkommunikation der elektrischen Energiemessung -

DLMS/COSEM - partie 7-5: Profils de transmission de DLMS/COSEM - Teil 7-5: Kommunikationsprofile zur

données locales pour réseaux locaux (LN) lokalen Datenübertragung für lokale Netze

(IEC 62056-7-5:2016) (IEC 62056-7-5:2016)

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EN 62056-7-5:2016
European foreword

The text of document 13/1605/CDV, future edition 1 of IEC 62056-7-5, prepared by IEC/TC 13

"Electrical energy measurement, tariff- and load control" was submitted to the IEC-CENELEC parallel

vote and approved by CENELEC as EN 62056-7-5:2016.
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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 1 When an International Publication has been modified by common modifications, indicated by (mod), the relevant

EN/HD applies.

NOTE 2 Up-to-date information on the latest versions of the European Standards listed in this annex is available here:

www.cenelec.eu.
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 60950-1 (mod) 2005 Information technology equipment - Safety EN 60950-1 2006

- Part 1: General requirements
- - + A11 2009
+ A1 (mod) 2009 + A1 2010
- - + A12 2011
- - + AC 2011
+ A2 (mod) 2013 + A2 2013
IEC 62052-31 - Electricity metering equipment (AC) - EN 62052-31 -
General requirements, tests and test
conditions - Part 31: Product safety
requirements and tests
IEC 62056-1-0 - Electricity metering data exchange - The EN 62056-1-0 -
DLMS/COSEM suite - Part 1-0: Smart
metering standardisation framework
IEC 62056-3-1 2013 Electricity metering data exchange - The EN 62056-3-1 2014
DLMS/COSEM suite -- Part 3-1: Use of
local area networks on twisted pair with
carrier signalling
IEC 62056-4-7 2015 Electricity metering data exchange - The EN 62056-4-7 2015
DLMS/COSEM suite -- Part 4-7:
DLMS/COSEM transport layer for IP
networks
IEC 62056-5-3 2016 EN 62056-5-3 2016
IEC 62056-6-1 2015 Electricity metering data exchange - The EN 62056-6-1 2016
DLMS/COSEM suite - Part 6-1: Object
Identification System (OBIS)
IEC 62056-6-2 2016 Electricity metering data exchange - The EN 62056-6-2 2016
DLMS/COSEM suite - Part 6-2: COSEM
interface classes
IEC 62056-9-7 - Electricity metering data exchange - The EN 62056-9-7 -
DLMS/COSEM suite -- Part 9-7:
Communication profile for TCP-UDP/IP
networks
IEC 62056-21 2002 Electricity metering - Data exchange for EN 62056-21 2002
meter reading, tariff and load control -- Part
21: Direct local data exchange
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EN 62056-7-5:2016
IEC 62056-46 2002 Electricity metering - Data exchange for EN 62056-46 2002
meter reading, tariff and load control -- Part
46: Data link layer using HDLC protocol
+ A1 2006 + A1 2007
IEC/TR 62051 - Electricity metering - Glossary of terms - -
IEC/TR 62051-1 - Electricity metering - Data exchange for - -
meter reading, tariff and load control -
Glossary of terms - Part 1: Terms related
to data exchange with metering equipment
using DLMS/COSEM
ISO/IEC 13239 2002 Information technology - - -
Telecommunications and information
exchange between systems - High-level
data link control (HDLC) procedures
- Communication systems for and remote EN 13757-2 -
reading of meters - Part 2: Physical and
link layer
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD......................................................................................................................... 5

INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................... 7

1 Scope ............................................................................................................................ 8

2 Normative references .................................................................................................. 10

3 Terms, definitions and abbreviations ............................................................................ 11

3.1 Terms and definitions .......................................................................................... 11

3.2 Abbreviations ...................................................................................................... 11

4 Targeted communication environments ........................................................................ 11

5 Use of the communication layers for these profiles ....................................................... 12

5.1 Information related to the use of the standards specifying the lower layers ........... 12

5.2 Structure of the profile ......................................................................................... 12

5.3 Use of the lower layers ........................................................................................ 13

5.3.1 Overview ..................................................................................................... 13

5.3.2 Physical layer .............................................................................................. 14

5.3.3 MAC layer .................................................................................................... 14

5.3.4 Data link layer .............................................................................................. 14

5.4 Service mapping and adaptation layers ................................................................ 14

5.4.1 For the default HDLC based data link layer ................................................... 14

5.4.2 For other lower layers .................................................................................. 15

5.5 Registration and connection management ............................................................ 15

6 Identification and addressing scheme ........................................................................... 15

6.1 General identification and addressing scheme ..................................................... 15

6.2 Addressing for the default HDLC based data link layer ......................................... 15

6.3 Addressing for other data link layers .................................................................... 15

7 Specific considerations for the application layer services .............................................. 15

7.1 Overview ............................................................................................................ 15

7.2 Application Association establishment and release: ACSE services ...................... 15

7.3 xDLMS services .................................................................................................. 15

7.4 Security mechanisms .......................................................................................... 16

7.5 Transferring long application messages ............................................................... 16

7.6 Media access, bandwidth and timing considerations ............................................. 16

8 Communication layer configuration and management ................................................... 17

9 The COSEM application process (AP) .......................................................................... 17

9.1 Model and services ............................................................................................. 17

9.2 COSEM interface classes (IEC 62056-6-2) to configure the LDTI ......................... 18

9.3 Security environment (not valid for legacy mode) ................................................. 19

9.4 Restrictions for interfaces supporting “Legacy operating modes” .......................... 20

10 Additional considerations for the use of this profile – Safety ......................................... 21

Annex A (normative) Media specific profile: Optical interface .............................................. 22

A.1 IEC 62056-21 port ............................................................................................... 22

A.2 IEC 62056-21 port operating in legacy mode ........................................................ 23

Annex B (normative) Media specific Profile: TP with carrier signalling Interface ................... 25

B.1 IEC 62056-3-1 port .............................................................................................. 25

B.2 IEC 62056-3-1 port operating in legacy mode ...................................................... 26

Annex C (normative) Media specific profile: EIA-485, TIA-232-F interface ........................... 29

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C.1 Electrical port RS485/232 .................................................................................... 29

Annex D (normative) Media specific profile: M-Bus EN 13757-2 .......................................... 31

D.1 M-Bus with the HDLC based data link layer ......................................................... 31

Annex E (normative) IP profile ........................................................................................... 33

E.1 IP profile ............................................................................................................. 33

Annex F (informative) LDTI configuration examples ............................................................ 35

F.1 Example 1: only one value (active energy A+) pushed .......................................... 35

Annex G (informative) LDTI encoding examples ................................................................. 37

G.1 xDLMS APDUs used (without protection and without general-block-transfer) ....... 37

G.2 Example 1: Only one value is pushed .................................................................. 37

G.3 Example 2: The OBIS code and one value is pushed............................................ 38

Index .................................................................................................................................. 40

Figure 1 – LDTI DLMS/COSEM client as part of a consumer device ....................................... 9

Figure 2 – LDTI DLMS/COSEM client as part of a local adaptor ............................................. 9

Figure 3 – Entities and interfaces of a smart metering system .............................................. 12

Figure 4 – IEC 62056-7-5 LDTI interface in the context of the smart metering

architecture ........................................................................................................................ 12

Figure 5 –Local data transmission reference model ............................................................. 13

Figure 6 – LDTI – the interface to a pre-established DLMS/COSEM LDTI client .................... 18

Figure 7 – Interface classes modelling the push operation ................................................... 19

Figure 8 – Example of a security environment for an LDTI using global keys ........................ 20

Figure 9 – LDTI – operating in “legacy mode” ...................................................................... 21

Figure A.1 – Structure of the optical interface profile ........................................................... 22

Figure A.2 – Structure of the optical interface – “operating in legacy mode” – profile ............ 24

Figure B.1 – Structure of the TP with carrier signalling profile .............................................. 25

Figure B.2 – Structure of the TP with carrier signalling – “operating in legacy mode” –

profile ................................................................................................................................. 27

Figure C.1 – Structure of the RS485/232 profile ................................................................... 29

Figure D.1 – Structure of the “M-Bus with HDLC based data link layer” profile ...................... 31

Figure E.1 – Structure of the IP profile ................................................................................ 33

Table 1 – Features of communication profiles using DLMS/COSEM compatible and

legacy protocol modes .......................................................................................................... 9

Table 2 – Conformance block for the LDTI association......................................................... 16

Table 3 – Configuration of a LDTI operating in "legacy mode" .............................................. 20

Table A.1 – Mandatory setup attribute values for an optical IEC 62056-21 interface

supporting IEC 62056-5-3 ................................................................................................... 23

Table A.2 – Mandatory setup attribute values for an optical IEC 62056-21 operating in

the “legacy mode” ............................................................................................................... 24

Table B.1 – Mandatory setup attribute values for a TP IEC 62056-3-1 supporting

IEC 62056-5-3 .................................................................................................................... 26

Table B.2 – Mandatory setup attribute values for a TP IEC 62056-3-1 operating in the

“legacy mode” ..................................................................................................................... 28

Table C.1 – Mandatory setup attribute values for an electrical RS485/232 IEC 62056-

21 interface supporting IEC 62056-5-3 ................................................................................ 30

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Table D.1 – Mandatory setup attribute values for an M-Bus port with HDLC based data

link layer ............................................................................................................................. 32

Table E.1 – Mandatory setup attribute values for an IP port ................................................. 34

Table F.1 – Configuration example: one value pushed every 10 s via optical port ................. 35

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ELECTRICITY METERING DATA EXCHANGE –
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INTRODUCTION
As defined in IEC 62056-1-0, the IEC 62056 DLMS/COSEM suite provides specific

communication profile standards for communication media relevant for smart metering.

Such communication profile standards specify how the COSEM data model and the

DLMS/COSEM application layer can be used on the lower, communication media-specific

protocol layers.

Communication profile standards refer to communication standards that are part of the

IEC 62056 DLMS/COSEM suite or to any other open communication standard.

This International Standard specifies DLMS/COSEM communication profiles for transmitting

metering data modelled by COSEM interface objects through Local Data Transmission

Interfaces (LDTI). The LDTI may be part of a meter or of a Local Network Access Point

(LNAP) hosting a DLMS/COSEM server.
The specification of the communication profiles follows the rules defined in
IEC 62056-5-3:2016, Annex A.

A major driver for the introduction of smart metering is to provide the consumer with suitable

metering information to optimise his/her energy consumption and/or production. For that

purpose, smart meters are equipped with local interfaces providing metering data for the

consumer on consumer devices.

IEC 62056-21 and IEC 62056-3-1 are communication standards that specify direct local data

exchange and data exchange through local networks. They provide protocol modes that

support the DLMS/COSEM application layer and thus the COSEM object model. They also

specify legacy modes that do not support the DLMS/COSEM application layer.

In order to allow connecting legacy consumer equipment to the LDTI, this International

Standard also specifies communication profiles using protocol modes that do not support the

DLMS/COSEM application layer.

It is assumed, however, that in all cases the metering application is modelled by COSEM

interface objects.

It is also assumed that the meter has interfaces that fully support DLMS/COSEM and allow

the configuration of the local data transmission interface by a DLMS/COSEM client.

The requirements on the physical type of the interface, the choice of the data transmitted and

the transmitting pattern highly depends on the markets and projects the meter is designed for.

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ELECTRICITY METERING DATA EXCHANGE –
THE DLMS/COSEM SUITE –
Part 7-5: Local data transmission profiles for Local Networks (LN)
1 Scope

This part of IEC 62056 specifies DLMS/COSEM communication profiles for transmitting

metering data modelled by COSEM interface objects through a Local Data Transmission

Interface (LDTI). The LDTI may be part of a meter or of a Local Network Access Point (LNAP)

hosting a DLMS/COSEM server.

The main body of this standard specifies the common aspects of the different communication

profiles for the LDTI interface.

The Annexes specify the communication protocol specific elements. The Annexes form an

integral part of this International Standard.

Annex A (normative) specifies a communication profile using the protocol specified in

IEC 62056-21. Clause A.1 specifies the communication profile that supports the

DLMS/COSEM application layer and Clause A.2 specifies the communication profile using the

legacy Mode D. The physical interface is the optical interface specified in IEC 62056-21:2002,

4.3.

Annex B (normative) specifies a communication profile using the protocol specified in

IEC 62056-3-1. Clause B.1 specifies the communication profile that supports the

DLMS/COSEM application layer and Clause B.2 specifies the communication profile using the

legacy mode. The physical interface is twisted pair using carrier signalling known as the

Euridis Bus.

Annex C (normative) specifies a communication profile based on the DLMS/COSEM 3-layer,

connection oriented HDLC based profile specified in IEC 62056-7-6. The physical interface is

RS 485 or TIA-232-F.

Annex D (normative) specifies a communication profile using the physical layer specified in

EN 13757-2 and the HDLC based data link layer specified in IEC 62056-46. The physical

interface is twisted pair with baseband signalling.
Annex E (normative) species a communication profile using UDP/IP. The
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