Electricity metering data exchange - The DLMS/COSEM suite - Part 8: PLC profile based on SMITP B-PSK modulation - Including: The Original-SMITP PLC profile based on SMITP B-PSK modulation,The Original-SMITP Local data exchange profile and The Original-SMITP IP profile

This Technical Specification contains 4 profile specifications:
•   the DLMS/COSEM SMITP B-PSK PLC Profile (clause 4)
•   the Original-SMITP B-PSK PLC Profile (clause 5)
•   the Original-SMITP IP Profile (clause 6)
•   the Original-SMITP Local data exchange profile (clause 7)
The DLMS/COSEM SMITP B-PSK profile defines the use of the CLC/FprTS 50568-4 communication protocol and methods to access and exchange data modelled by the COSEM objects of EN 62056 6 2 via the EN 62056-5-3 application layer. This section forms part of the DLMS/COSEM suite as described in FprEN 62056-1-0.
NOTE   In the following, the expression Original-SMITP refers to the open protocol originally developed and maintained by the Meters and More Open Technologies association (see Foreword).
The Original-SMITP Profiles define the access and exchange of data modelled by the Original-SMITP data model (clause 9) using the Original-SMITP application services (Clause 8).
The “Original-SMITP” specifications refer to smart metering system specifications defined prior to the availability of the DLMS/COSEM SMITP B-PSK PLC Profile. The “Original-SMITP” specifications do not form part of the DLMS/COSEM suite of EN 62056.

Izmenjava podatkov pri merjenju električne energije - Niz DLMS/COSEM - 8. del: PLC-profil na podlagi modulacije SMITP B-PSK - Vključuje: izvirni profil na podlagi modulacije SMITP B-PSK, izvirni SMITP-profil lokalne izmenjave podatkov in izvirni SMITP IP-profil

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Published
Publication Date
17-May-2015
Current Stage
6060 - National Implementation/Publication (Adopted Project)
Start Date
13-May-2015
Due Date
18-Jul-2015
Completion Date
18-May-2015

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
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Electricity metering data exchange - The DLMS/COSEM suite - Part 8: PLC profile based

on SMITP B-PSK modulation - Including: The Original-SMITP PLC profile based on
SMITP B-PSK modulation,The Original-SMITP Local data exchange profile and The
Original-SMITP IP profile
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: CLC/TS 50568-8:2015
ICS:
35.240.50 Uporabniške rešitve IT v IT applications in industry
industriji
91.140.50 Sistemi za oskrbo z elektriko Electricity supply systems
SIST-TS CLC/TS 50568-8:2015 en

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

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SIST-TS CLC/TS 50568-8:2015
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION CLC/TS 50568-8
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: SMITP B-PSK PLC communication profile for
neighbourhood networks - Including: The Original-SMITP PLC B-
PSK communication profile, The Original-SMITP Local data
exchange profile and The Original-SMITP IP communication
profile
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.

Ref. No. CLC/TS 50568-8:2015 E
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CONTENTS

Foreword ................................................................................................................................ 9

Introduction ........................................................................................................................... 10

1 Scope ............................................................................................................................. 11

2 Normative references ..................................................................................................... 12

3 Acronyms and abbreviations, terms, definitions and notations ........................................ 13

3.1 Acronyms and abbreviations ................................................................................ 13

3.2 Terms and definitions .......................................................................................... 14

3.3 Notations ............................................................................................................. 15

4 The DLMS/COSEM SMITP B-PSK PLC profile ................................................................ 16

4.1 Structure of the profile ......................................................................................... 16

4.2 Physical layer ...................................................................................................... 17

4.3 Data link layer ..................................................................................................... 17

4.4 Application to data link convergence layer ........................................................... 17

4.5 Application layer .................................................................................................. 27

4.6 Application process ............................................................................................. 27

4.7 PLC network management ................................................................................... 28

4.8 Addressing .......................................................................................................... 31

4.9 System variables ................................................................................................. 32

5 The Original-SMITP B-PSK PLC profile .......................................................................... 33

5.1 Overview ............................................................................................................. 33

5.2 Structure of the profile ......................................................................................... 33

5.3 Physical layer ...................................................................................................... 34

5.4 Data Link layer .................................................................................................... 35

5.5 Application layer .................................................................................................. 35

5.6 SMITP Data model .............................................................................................. 35

5.7 Application process ............................................................................................. 35

6 The Original-SMITP IP profile ......................................................................................... 43

6.1 Overview ............................................................................................................. 43

6.2 Structure of profile ............................................................................................... 43

6.3 Physical and data link layers ............................................................................... 44

6.4 Transport and network layers .............................................................................. 44

6.5 Application layer .................................................................................................. 48

6.6 SMITP Data model .............................................................................................. 48

7 Original-SMITP Local Optical interface profile ................................................................ 49

7.1 Overview ............................................................................................................. 49

7.2 Physical layer ...................................................................................................... 49

7.3 Data transmission protocol .................................................................................. 50

7.4 Packet’s protocol format ...................................................................................... 51

7.5 Data Link Layer ................................................................................................... 53

8 Discovery and registration services ................................................................................ 55

8.1 DLMS/COSEM over B-PSK discovery and registration services ........................... 55

8.2 Original-SMITP over B-PSK discovery and registration services .......................... 68

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9 The Original-SMITP AL Services .................................................................................... 75

9.1 Application messages exchanged in distribution line networks ............................. 75

9.2 Application messages exchanged in telecommunication public networks ........... 107

9.3 Encryption, Authentication and Playback Attacks Protection .............................. 131

9.4 Enconding examples ......................................................................................... 136

9.5 TCP/IP encapsulation example of SMITP TB Application layer message............ 141

10 The Original-SMITP Data model ................................................................................... 144

10.1 Introduction ....................................................................................................... 144

10.2 Internal parameters ........................................................................................... 145

10.3 Total energies ................................................................................................... 148

10.4 Daily energies ................................................................................................... 149

10.5 Load profiles and setting parameters ................................................................. 150

10.6 Communication address and keys of authentication ........................................... 153

10.7 Meter identification information .......................................................................... 156

10.8 Temporal information ......................................................................................... 157

10.9 Billing period information ................................................................................... 160

10.10 Software, Hardware and Security information .................................................... 162

10.11 Supply contract information ............................................................................... 165

10.12 Weekly tariff information .................................................................................... 169

10.13 Annual tariff information .................................................................................... 179

10.14 Public holidays programming ............................................................................. 181

10.15 Load modulation parameters ............................................................................. 182

10.16 Voltage interruption information ......................................................................... 185

10.17 Voltage variation information ............................................................................. 191

10.18 Control information ............................................................................................ 197

10.19 Normal Status Word .......................................................................................... 200

10.20 Extended Status Word ....................................................................................... 202

10.21 Cut-off device control information ...................................................................... 204

10.22 Display management ......................................................................................... 206

10.23 Download parameters ........................................................................................ 208

10.24 Measurand profiles and parameters ................................................................... 211

10.25 Synchronized measurand registers .................................................................... 215

10.26 Event log management ...................................................................................... 219

10.27 Billing data information ...................................................................................... 221

10.28 Virtual billing data registers ............................................................................... 237

10.29 Time stamp of maximum power demand ............................................................ 246

10.30 Measurand information ...................................................................................... 252

10.31 Reading mode management .............................................................................. 255

10.32 Management of log’s events .............................................................................. 256

Annex A (informative) Node discovery procedure example using the DLMS/COSEM

SMITP B-PSK PLC profile ............................................................................................ 261

A.1 Node Discovery ................................................................................................. 261

A.1.1 Discover nodes directly accessible from the Concentrator .................... 261

A.1.2 Enable L1 meters to discover nodes not directly accessible from the

Concentrator ........................................................................................ 263

A.1.3 Gathering discovered nodes from L1 meters ........................................ 263

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A.1.4 Repeating the process with L1 meters until no new meters are

discovered ........................................................................................... 265

A.2 Registration and routing management ............................................................... 268

Annex B (informative) Node discovery procedure example using the Original-SMITP over

B-PSK PLC profile ........................................................................................................ 270

B.1 Node Discovery ................................................................................................. 270

B.1.1 Discover nodes directly accessible from the Concentrator .................... 272

B.1.2 Enable L1 meters to discover nodes not directly accessible from the

Concentrator ........................................................................................ 272

B.1.3 Gathering discovered nodes from L1 meters ........................................ 272

B.1.4 Repeating the process with L1 meters until no new meters are

discovered ........................................................................................... 274

B.2 Registration and routing management ............................................................... 278

Annex C (informative) SMITP specific definitions ............................................................... 280

C.1 Management of reserved elements .................................................................... 280

C.2 ECTL structure .................................................................................................. 280

Annex D (normative) MIB and COSEM Set-up class interface ............................................ 281

D.1 General ............................................................................................................. 281

D.2 Types definition ................................................................................................. 281

D.3 SMITP configuration attributes ........................................................................... 281

D.4 SMITP statistical attributes ................................................................................ 284

Annex E (informative) Specification of communication mode F for direct local data

exchange ...................................................................................................................... 285

E.1 Introduction ....................................................................................................... 285

E.2 Mode F for direct local data exchange ............................................................... 285

E.2.1 General ................................................................................................ 285

E.2.2 Sign-on flow ......................................................................................... 285

E.2.3 Physical layer primitives ....................................................................... 286

E.2.4 Timers ................................................................................................. 287

E.3 Sign on example ................................................................................................ 287

E.3.1 Identifier request -300 baud- (TP) ........................................................ 287

E.3.2 Meter identifier response from meter -300 baud- .................................. 287

E.3.3 Work mode selection -300 baud- (HHU) ............................................... 288

List of figures

Figure 1 – Document structure of CLC/TS 50568-8 ............................................................... 11

Figure 2 – The DLMS/COSEM SMITP B-PSK PLC communication profile ............................. 16

Figure 3 – Services of the COSEM to B-PSK convergence layer ........................................... 18

Figure 4 – Type 1 CLPDU format .......................................................................................... 20

Figure 5 – Type 2 CLPDU format .......................................................................................... 20

Figure 6 – Control field format .............................................................................................. 21

Figure 7 – Sequence chart of a CL transfer not requiring segmentation ................................ 22

Figure 8 – sequence chart of a CL transfer requiring segmentation at both sides .................. 23

Figure 9 – sequence chart of a CL transfer requiring segmentation using the unconfirmed

service .................................................................................................................................. 25

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Figure 10 – Meter’s state diagram ......................................................................................... 31

Figure 11 – Reference communication architecture ............................................................... 32

Figure 12 – Protocol stack for SMITP on PLC ....................................................................... 33

Figure 13 – Meter’s state diagram ......................................................................................... 36

Figure 14 – Synchronization without protection ..................................................................... 37

Figure 15 – Synchronization with protection .......................................................................... 37

Figure 16 – Individual registers reading ................................................................................ 37

Figure 17 – Table registers reading ...................................................................................... 38

Figure 18 – Individual registers writing .................................................................................. 38

Figure 19 – Table registers writing ........................................................................................ 38

Figure 20 – Download procedure .......................................................................................... 40

Figure 21 – Reference communication architecture ............................................................... 43

Figure 22 – Protocol stack for SMITP on IP .......................................................................... 44

Figure 23 – Connection Opening ........................................................................................... 47

Figure 24 – Data exchange ................................................................................................... 47

Figure 25 – Connection Closing ............................................................................................ 48

Figure 26 – Optical interface protocl stack ............................................................................ 49

Figure 27 – Messages sequence in connection procedure between meter and HHU ............. 50

Figure 28 – Connection request message ............................................................................. 52

Figure 29 – Identification response message ........................................................................ 52

Figure 30 – Acknowledgement message ............................................................................... 53

Figure 31 – MAC frame structure .......................................................................................... 53

Figure 32 – Discover messages exchange ............................................................................ 58

Figure 33 – DiscoverReport messages exchange .................................................................. 59

Figure 34 – TCTset messages exchange .............................................................................. 60

Figure 35 – DiscoverForward messages exchange ............................................................... 61

Figure 36 – DiscoverForwardReport messages exchange ..................................................... 63

Figure 37 – Status messages exchange ................................................................................ 64

Figure 38 – Register messages exchange ............................................................................. 65

Figure 39 – RegisterReport messages exchange .................................................................. 66

Figure 40 – Deregister messages exchange ......................................................................... 67

Figure 41 – Ping.request messages exchange ...................................................................... 68

Figure 42 – Ping.response messages exchange ................................................................... 68

Figure 43 – Subnets of the network ....................................................................................... 75

Figure 44 – Request A-Node to transmit data to B-Node ....................................................... 97

Figure 45 – Request A-Node to transmit data to B-Node: B-Node does not answer ............... 98

Figure 46 – Structure of messages exchanged in telecommunication networks ................... 108

Figure 47 – Structure of Message Header ........................................................................... 109

Figure 48 – Structure of Message Data ............................................................................... 109

Figure 49 – TB messages exchange in the On-Line transaction .......................................... 113

Figure 50 – Error condition during the transaction ............................................................... 114

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Figure 51 – TB messages exchange in the Off-Line transaction .......................................... 115

Figure 52 – Messages to cancel a transaction required by AMM system ............................. 115

List of tables

Table 1 – Convergence layer error management scheme ...................................................... 26

Table 2 – Example of message structure to be displayed ...................................................... 42

Table 3 – Standard ASCII control characters ........................................................................ 51

Table 4 – Baud Rate coded values ........................................................................................ 53

Table 5 – Discover service .................................................................................................... 58

Table 6 – Discover service arguments .................................................................................. 58

Table 7 – DiscoverReport service ......................................................................................... 59

Table 8 – DiscoverReport service arguments ........................................................................ 59

Table 9 – TCTset service ...................................................................................................... 60

Table 10 – TCTSet service arguments .................................................................................. 60

Table 11 – DiscoverForward service ..................................................................................... 61

Table 12 – DiscoverForward service arguments .................................................................... 61

Table 13 – DiscoverForwardReport service ........................................................................... 62

Table 14 – DiscoverForwardReport service arguments ......................................................... 62

Table 15 – Status service ..................................................................................................... 63

Table 16 – Status service arguments .................................................................................... 63

Table 17 – Register service .................................................................................................. 64

Table 18 – Register service arguments ................................................................................. 64

Table 19 – RegisterReport service ........................................................................................ 65

Table 20 – RegisterReport service arguments ....................................................................... 65

Table 21 – Deregister service ............................................................................................... 66

Table 22 – Deregister service arguments .............................................................................. 66

Table 23 – Ping service ........................................................................................................ 67

Table 24 – Ping service arguments ....................................................................................... 67

Table 25 – Chl.Req 112 message ......................................................................................... 69

Table 26 – Chl.Resp 113 message........................................................................................ 69

Table 27 – Address.Req 090 message .................................................................................. 70

Table 28 – TCT_Set.Req 092 message ................................................................................. 71

Table 29 – ReqAddr.Req 094 message ................................................................................. 71

Table 30 – Address.Resp 091 message ................................................................................ 72

Table 31 – ReqAddr.Resp 095 message ............................................................................... 73

Table 32 – Structure of Struct Address.Resp ........................................................................ 73

Table 33 – NACK.RESP 247 message .................................................................................. 74

Table 34 – Application messages in distribution line network ................................................ 77

Table 35 – Write.Req 004 message for clock synchronization ............................................... 79

Table 36 - Write.Req 004 message for general parameter writing ......................................... 79

Table 38 – WriteTab.Req 010 message ................................................................................ 81

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Table 39 – WriteTab.Req 110 message ................................................................................ 82

Table 40 – SetTab.Req 014 message ................................................................................... 83

Table 41 – SetTab.Req 114 message ................................................................................... 84

Table 42 – Example of a table set command ......................................................................... 85

Table 43 – ResetTab.Req 016 message ............................................................................... 85

Table 44 – ResetTab.Req 116 message ............................................................................... 86

Table 45 – Read.Req 002 message ...................................................................................... 87

Table 46 – Read.Resp 003 message .................................................................................... 87

Table 47 – ReadTab.Req 006 message ................................................................................ 88

Table 48 – ReadTab.Resp 007 message ............................................................................... 88

Table 49 – ReadTab.Req 008 message (block read) ............................................................. 89

Table 50 – ReadTab.Resp 009 message (block read) ........................................................... 89

Table 51 – GetTab.Req 030 message ................................................................................... 90

Table 52 – GetTab.Resp 031 message ................................................................................. 91

Table 53 – Authenticated Read.Req 102 message ................................................................ 91

Table 54 – Authenticated Read.Resp 103 message .............................................

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