This European Standard specifies the requirements of parameters for the physical and the link layer for systems using radio to read remote meters. The primary focus is to use the Short Range Device (SRD) unlicensed telemetry bands. The standard encompasses systems for walk-by, drive-by and fixed installations. As a broad definition, this European Standard can be applied to various application layers.

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This draft European Standard specifies application protocols for communication systems for meters and remote reading of meters.
This draft European Standard specifies application protocols, especially the M-Bus application protocol.
This draft European Standard is intended to be used with the lower layer specifications determined in EN 13757-2, EN 13757-4, EN 13757-5, EN 13757-6 and prEN 13757-7.

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This Technical Report contains additional information to the requirements determined in EN 13757-2, EN 13757-3 and EN 13757-7, in particular examples for the implementation, Datagram examples secured by security mechanism of part 7 and additional non-normative requirements beyond meter communication itself.

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This draft European standard is applicable to the physical and link layer parameters of baseband communication over twisted pair (M Bus) for meter communication systems. It is especially applicable to thermal energy meters, heat cost allocators, water meters and gas meters.
NOTE    It is usable also for other meters (like electricity meters) and for sensors and actuators. For generic descriptions concerning communication systems for meters and remote reading of meters see EN 13757-1.

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This draft European Standard specifies Transport and Security Services for communication systems for meters and remote reading of meters.
This draft European Standard specifies secure communication capabilities by design and supports the building of a secure system architecture.
This draft European standard is applicable to the protection of consumer data to ensure privacy.
This draft European Standard is intended to be used with the lower layer specifications determined in EN 13757-2, EN 13757-3, EN 13757-4, EN 13757-5 and EN 13757-6.

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This European Standard specifies the medium access control/physical layer MAC/PHY and networking layer of a communication protocol for the exchange of data from metering devices to other devices within a mesh network.
The referenced documents in this European Standard contain specifications, interface descriptions, object descriptions, protocols and algorithms pertaining to this protocol standard, the device objects, device profile, the application framework, the network layer, and security services.
They are referenced in their entirety for reasons of backwards compatibility and interoperability with products in the field currently using this technology.

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This European Standard gives the standardization framework of communication systems applicable to the exchange of data from metering devices to other devices within a mesh network.
This European Standard specifies how to interpret prEN 16836-2:2015 and prEN 16836-3:2015 which give a list of references to the ZigBee documents. This series is applicable to communications systems that involve messages and networking between a meter or multiple meters and other devices in a mesh network, such as in home displays (IHDs) and communications hubs. This European Standard allows routing between devices and also allows channel agility to avoid contention with other networks of the same type, or indeed networks of other types operating in the same frequency bands.
This European Standard is designed to support low power communications for devices such as gas and water meters which can make data from such devices available on the mesh network at any time through a proxy capability within a permanently powered device.

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This European Standard specifies the application layer of a communication protocol for the exchange of data from metering devices to other devices within a mesh network. This European Standard makes reference to a number of documents whereby core requirements are specified. This referencing is in compliance with the Bridge Consortium and additionally the Memorandum of Understanding between the ZigBee Alliance and CEN/CENELEC.
The EN 16836 series represents a feature subset of a larger standard and as such not all of the features specified in the referenced documents are specified in this standard, due to some features being outside the scope of CEN/TC 294. Where this is the case the out of scope feature has either been omitted or specified as excluded.

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This European Standard specifies the physical layer parameters of a local meter readout system (Local Bus) for the communication with and the readout of a single meter or a small cluster of meters via a single battery powered readout device (master) which can be connected temporarily or stationary for the communication directly to a meter (i.e. local readout) or via a fixed wiring or a small bus (i.e. remote readout).
For generic descriptions concerning communication systems for meters and remote reading of meters, refer to EN 13757-1.

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This European Standard specifies the general requirements and applies to heat meters. Heat meters are instruments intended for measuring the energy which in a heat-exchange circuit is absorbed (cooling) or given up (heating) by a liquid called the heat-conveying liquid. The meter indicates heat in legal units.
Part 3 specifies the data exchange between a meter and a readout device (POINT / POINT communication). For these applications using the optical readout head, the EN 62056-21 protocol is recommended.
For direct or remote local readout of a single or a few meters via a battery driven readout device, the physical layer of EN 13757-6 (local bus) is recommended.
For bigger networks with up to 250 meters, a master unit with AC mains supply according to EN 13757-2 is necessary to control the M-Bus. For these applications the physical and link layer of EN 13757-2 and the application layer of EN 13757-3 is required.
For wireless meter communications, EN 13757-4 describes several alternatives of walk/drive-by readout via a mobile station or by using stationary receivers or a network. Both unidirectionally and bidirectionally transmitting meters are supported by this standard.

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This European Standard specifies the protocols to use when performing relaying in wireless meter readout networks. This European Standard is an extension to wireless meter readout specified in EN 13757-4. It supports the routing of modes P and Q, and simple single-hop repeating of modes S, T, C, F and N.
The main use of this standard is to support simple retransmission as well as routed wireless networks for the readout of meters.
NOTE   Electricity meters are not covered by this standard, as the standardisation of remote readout of electricity meters is a task for IEC/CENELEC.

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This European Standard specifies data exchange and communications for meters and remote reading of meters in a generic way.
This European Standard establishes a protocol specification for the Application Layer for meters and establishes several protocols for meter communications which may be applied depending on the application being fulfilled.
NOTE   Electricity meters are not covered by this standard, as the standardization of remote readout of electricity meters is a task for CENELEC.

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This document specifies data exchange and communications for meters in a generic way.
This document establishes a protocol specification for the Application Layer for meters and establishes several protocols for meter communications which can be applied depending on the application being fulfilled.
This document also specifies the overall structure of the OBject Identification System (OBIS) and the mapping of all commonly used data items in metering equipment to their identification codes.”
NOTE   Electricity meters are not covered by this document, as the standardization of remote readout of electricity meters is a task for CENELEC/IEC.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements of parameters for the physical and the link layer for systems using radio to read remote meters. The primary focus is to use the Short Range Device (SRD) unlicensed telemetry bands. The standard encompasses systems for walk-by, drive-by and fixed installations. As a broad definition, this European Standard can be applied to various application layers.

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This European Standard applies to communication systems for meters and remote reading of meters.

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This European Standard covers the physical and link layer parameters of baseband communication over twisted pair (M Bus) for meter communication systems. It is especially applicable to heat meters, heat cost allocators, water meters and gas meters.
NOTE   It is usable also for other meters (like electricity meters) and for sensors and actuators.
For generic descriptions concerning communication systems for meters and remote reading of meters see EN 13757-1.

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This standard specifies the physical layer parameters of a local meter readout system (Local Bus) for the communication with and the readout of a single meter or a small cluster of meters (max. 5) via a single battery powered readout device (master) which can be connected temporarily or stationary for the communication directly to a meter (i.e. local readout) or via a fixed wiring or a small bus (total cable length max. 50 m, i.e. local remote readout).
For generic descriptions concerning communication systems for meters and remote reading of meters, refer to EN 13757-1.

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This European Standard applies to heat meters, that is to instruments intended for measuring the heat which, in a heat-exchange circuit, is absorbed or given up by a liquid called the energy-conveying liquid. The meter indicates heat in legal units.
Electrical safety requirements are not covered by this standard.
Part 3 specifies the data exchange between a meter and a readout device (POINT / POINT communication). For these applications using the optical readout head, the EN 62056-21 protocol is recommended.
For direct or remote local readout of a single or a few meters via a battery driven readout device, the physical layer of EN 13757-6 (local bus) is recommended.
For bigger networks with up to 250 meters, a master unit with AC mains supply according to EN 13757-2 is necessary to control the M-Bus. For these applications the physical and link layer of EN 13757-2 and the application layer of EN 13757-3 is required.
For wireless meter communications, EN 13757-4 describes several alternatives of walk/drive-by readout via a mobile station or by using stationary receivers or a network. Both unidirectionally and bidirectionally transmitting meters are supported by this standard.

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This standard defines the requirements for the protocols to use when performing relaying in wireless meter readout networks. This document is an extension to Part 4 of EN 13757, Wireless meter readout (Radio meter reading for operation in the 868 MHz to 870 MHz SRD band). It supports the routing of mode R2, but the routing of mode S and T is not supported.
Additional parts of this standard are:
EN 13757, part 1: Data exchange
EN 13757, part 2: Physical and link layer
EN 13757, part 3: Dedicated application layer
EN 13757, part 4: Wireless meter readout (Radio meter reading for operation in the 868 MHz to 870 MHz SRD band)
EN 13757, part 6: Local Bus
The main use of this standard is to support routed wireless networks for the readout of meters.
NOTE   Electricity meters are not covered by this standard, as the standardisation of remote readout of electricity meters is a task for IEC/CENELEC.

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CEN/TC 294 works with the standardization of remote reading of meters. It does not cover electricity metering, as standardization of remote readout of electricity meters is a task for IEC/CENELEC. One of the major activities for CEN/TC 294 is to provide a protocol specification for the Application Layer of the meters. This document does not cover areas like physical properties and safety.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements of parameters for the physical and the link layer for systems using radio to read remote Meters. The primary focus is to use the Short Range Devices (SRD) unlicensed telemetry band, 868 MHz to 870 MHz. The standard encompasses systems for walk-by, drive-by and fixed installations. As a broad definition, this European Standard can be applied to various application layers.

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This document applies to communication systems for meters and remote reading of meters.

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