This European Standard specifies a data model to abstract the metering world towards a simple external. The data model, as described by means of functional blocks contained in this European Standard, lays down the format of metering data

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This European Standard defines the mandatory and optional requirements for the medium specific physical and data link layer for HBES Class 1 Twisted Pair TP1. Data link layer interface and general definitions, which are media independent, are given in EN 50090 4 2.

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IEC 63044-5-2:2017 is a product family standard that sets the minimum level of EMC performance for the HBES/BACS network in addition to the product EMC standards for HBES/BACS devices. It also applies to devices used within an HBES/BACS network for which no specific HBES/BACS product EMC standard exists. In addition, it defines EMC requirements for the interface of equipment intended to be connected to an HBES/BACS network. It does not apply to interfaces to other networks. NOTE An example of other networks is a dedicated ICT network covered by CISPR 22 and 23. This document specifies EMC requirements for HBES/BACS to be installed in residential, commercial and light-industrial environments, according to the definition given in IEC 61000-6-1. This document is applicable (but not limited) to   operator stations and other human–system interface devices,  devices for management functions,  control devices, automation stations and application-specific controllers,  field devices and their interfaces,  cabling and interconnection of devices,  used within a dedicated HBES/BACS network. This publication is to be read in conjunction with IEC 63044-5-1:2017.

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IEC 63044-5-3:2017 is a product family standard that sets the minimum level of EMC performance for the HBES/BACS network in addition to the product EMC standards for HBES/BACS devices. It also applies to devices used within an HBES/BACS network for which no specific HBES/BACS product EMC standard exists. In addition, it defines EMC requirements for the interface of equipment intended to be connected to an HBES/BACS network. It does not apply to interfaces to other networks. NOTE An example of other networks is a dedicated ICT network covered by CISPR 22 and 23. This document specifies EMC requirements for HBES/BACS to be installed in industrial environments, according to the definition given in IEC 61000-6-2. NOTE Industrial environment covers the office spaces that may be present in industrial premises. Industrial automation systems are outside the scope. This document is applicable (but not limited) to   operator stations and other human–system interface devices,  devices for management functions,  control devices, automation stations and application-specific controllers,  field devices and their interfaces,  cabling and interconnection of devices,  used within a dedicated HBES/BACS network. This publication is to be read in conjunction with IEC 63044-5-1:2017.

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IEC 63044-5-1:2017 is a product family standard that sets the minimum level of EMC performance for the HBES/BACS network in addition to the product EMC standards for HBES/BACS devices. It also applies to devices used within an HBES/BACS network for which no specific HBES/BACS product EMC standard exists. In addition, it defines EMC requirements for the interface of equipment intended to be connected to an HBES/BACS network. It does not apply to interfaces to other networks. NOTE An example of other networks is a dedicated ICT network covered by CISPR 22 and 23. This document provides general performance requirements and test set-ups. This document is applicable (but not limited) to   operator stations and other human–system interface devices,  devices for management functions,  control devices, automation stations and application-specific controllers,  field devices and their interfaces,  cabling and interconnection of devices,  used within a dedicated HBES/BACS network.

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This document specifies General Requirements and Architecture of an application layer interface between the Customer Energy Manager (CEM) and Smart Devices (SD) operating within the smart grid premises-side system (i.e. home or building but not industrial premises). This document does not include requirements for: – Safety; – EMC; – Data security; it is assumed that the underlying protocols will take the data security aspect into account; NOTE Although data security is not within the scope of this standard, in Clause 4 some high-level design guidelines for data security are provided. – Special equipment (e.g. legacy heat pumps) with a direct physical connection to the grid, as such equipment bypasses the CEM and is not HBES/BACS enabled (covered by other standards than the EN 50491 series).

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IEC 63044-3:2017 provides the electrical safety requirements related to the HBES/BACS network in addition to the product safety standards for HBES/BACS devices. It also applies to devices used within an HBES/BACS network for which no specific HBES/BACS product safety standard exists. In addition, it defines safety requirements for the interface of equipment intended to be connected to an HBES/BACS network. It does not apply to interfaces to other networks. NOTE An example of other networks is a dedicated ICT network covered by IEC 62949. This document is applicable to   operator stations and other human–system interface devices,  devices for management functions,  control devices, automation stations and application-specific controllers,  field devices and their interfaces, and  cabling and interconnection of devices  used within a dedicated HBES/BACS network. This document covers the following requirements and compliance criteria:   protection from hazards in the device;  protection from overvoltages on the network;  protection from touch current;  protection from hazards caused by different types of circuit;  protection of the communication wiring from overheating caused by excessive current.  Key words: Home automation, smart homes, smart cities

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This European Standard defines a standardized web service based interface between Home and Building HBES Open Communication System and other information technology (IT) systems. The standardized interface is encapsulated in a gateway device, the HBES Gateway, which is able to communicate with both the Home and Building HBES Open Communication System and the connected IT systems. The HBES Gateway implements a set of encoding standards (see 10.2) as well as various message exchange protocols (see 10.3) to enable remote access to the Home and Building HBES Open Communication System via the Internet or another wide area network (WAN). For this purpose, gateway profiles define different implementation levels (see 10.4).

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This European Standard defines security for HBES communication. It is based on ISO/IEC 24767-2, Home network security / Secure Communication Protocol Middleware (SCPM). Having a secure HBES solution has several advantages. - It makes the HBES RF Communication Medium more secure: HBES RF Radio Frames in plain communication can easily be traced (by sniffer for example). - It allows for secure applications. Secure communication is interesting in shutter - and door control and anti-intrusion security, in order to prevent intrusive commands (burglars...). It is also interesting in metering to protect for example electrical consumption data. This document does not define any type of application.

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IEC 63044-1:2017 applies to all Home and Building Electronic Systems (HBES) and Building Automation and Control Systems (BACS) and specifies the general requirements for these systems and products. This document is applicable (but not limited) to   operator stations and other human–system interface devices,  devices for management functions,  control devices, automation stations and application specific controllers,  field devices and their interfaces, and  cabling and interconnection of devices  used within a dedicated HBES/BACS network. This document provides an overview of the IEC 63044 series. To enable integration of a wide spectrum of applications, the IEC 63044 series covers   electrical safety,  functional safety,  environmental conditions,  EMC requirements, and  installation and cabling rules and topologies.  IEC 63044 is a series of product family standards. Keywords: Smart Homes, Smart Cities, Home automation

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This European Standard defines the mandatory and optional requirements for the medium specific Physical and Data Link Layer of HBES Radio Frequency. Data Link Layer interfaces and general definitions that are medium independent are given in EN 50090 4 1. This European standard defines the requirements for HBES RF Ready and HBES RF Multi devices. HBES RF Ready is a single RF channel system. HBES RF Multi is an RF multichannel evolution of HBES RF Ready system with 2 additional RF channels for fast reaction time products and 2 RF channels for slow reaction time products. HBES RF Multi, specified below provides the following features: - more reliability in Frame transmissions in presence of interferers. - more efficiency when more HBES RF products are installed at the same location. - mixing of permanent and non-permanent receiving products. - mixing of fast and slow reaction time devices. - Listen Before Talk. Fast RF channels are mainly intended to be used with human controlled applications like for example lights, shutters… Slow RF channels are mainly intended to be used with non-permanent receivers for automatic applications like sensors (smoke, temperature, wind, etc.), heating control, etc. Compatibility issues with products in compliance with the former HBES RF specification (HBES RF 1.1) and the new versions are considered in Clause 7 at the end of this document.

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This European Standard concentrates on control applications for Home and Building HBES Open Communication System and covers any combination of electronic devices linked via a digital transmission network. Home and Building Electronic System as provided by the HBES Open Communication System is a specialized form of automated, decentralised and distributed process control, dedicated to the needs of home and building applications. This European Standard defines the mandatory and optional requirements for the medium independent communication over IP for HBES products and systems, a multi-application bus system where the functions are decentralised, distributed and linked through a common communication process. This European Standard is used as a product family standard. It is not intended to be used as a stand-alone standard. Other parts from the EN 50090 series may apply.

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This European Standard specifies a data model to abstract the metering world towards a simple external consumer display. The data model, as described by means of functional blocks contained in this European Standard, lays down the format of metering data accessible by a simple external consumer display. This data interface would be typically part of the meter communication functions and be accessed by a simple external consumer display via the H1 interface of the CEN/CLC/ETSI TR 50572 between the display and the meter communication functions. The data interface specified in this document may also be accessed by the LNAP or NNAP through the C or M interface, after which the data could be accessed by HBES devices through the H2 and H3 interface. In other words, in this way the same data model can be used both on the H1 as well as the H2 and H3 interface. The document specifies neither the communication mechanisms used on the data interface, nor the applied data privacy and security mechanisms nor the ergonomics of the simple external consumer displays, where national regulations may apply. The document does also not specify the communication protocol used between the meters and the meter communication functions. However, it takes into account the existing European standards like the EN 13757 series (in particular EN 13757-3:2013 and its Annex O) and the EN 62056 series for the definition of the data model.

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D144/C172: NWI approved * CV advice: no link to LVD*2013-09-18: UAP alloacted to cpalagi@cencenelec.eu

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This European Standard specifies the additional specific HBES requirements for the common rules for the planning and the installation of HBES home cabling systems. The structure is in accordance with EN 50174 2. This European Standard focuses on requirements for HBES cabling systems in homes. Requirements for backbones cabling in buildings are also considered. HBES radio frequency (RF) systems are considered as extensions to cabled systems. RF connections may have an impact on the infrastructure. Different infrastructure models are presented for the use of RF connections instead of wired ones (e.g. fewer installation spaces IS6). Optical fibre HBES installation guidelines may be considered in future. Power line systems are outside the scope of this European Standard.

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This European Standard sets the requirements for functional safety for HBES/BACS products and systems, a multi-application bus system where the functions are decentralised, distributed and linked through a common communication process. The requirements may also apply to the distributed functions of any equipment connected in a home or building control system if no specific functional safety standard exists for this equipment or system. The functional safety requirements of this European Standard apply together with the relevant product standard for the device if any. This European Standard is part of the EN 50491 series of standards. This European Standard does not provide functional safety requirements for safety-related systems.

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This Technical Report establishes the general rules for assessing HBES installations, according to its complexity and energy performance. This Technical Report applies to – household HBES installation, from and up to the connection point with the utility (i.e. electricity, telecommunications, tele-service, water, gas, security and similar), – HBES installations that include applications related to automation and integrated control of electrical and/or electronic devices, – the networks used for the HBES interconnection regardless of the transmission media used for their communications, – new HBES installations, retrofitting and enlargement of existing installations.

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This European Standard concentrates on control applications for Home and Building HBES Open Communication System and covers any combination of electronic devices linked via a digital transmission network. Home and Building Electronic System as provided by the HBES Open Communication System is a specialized form of automated, decentralised and distributed process control, dedicated to the needs of home and building applications. The EN 50090 series concentrates on HBES Open Communication System Class 1 and includes a specification for a communication network for Home and Building for example for the control of lighting, heating, food preparation, washing, energy management, water control, fire alarms, blinds control, different forms of security control, etc. This European Standard gives an overview of the features of the HBES Open Communication System and provides the reader with references to the different parts of EN 50090 series. This European Standard is used as a product family standard. It is not intended to be used as a stand-alone standard.

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This Technical Report describes the current realisations of Twisted Pair 1 medium interface solutions. TP1 signal forms are not described in this technical report as they already form part of EN 50090-5-2.

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This product family standard sets the minimum level of EMC performance for HBES/BACS products intended to be connected to an HBES/BACS system. A set of devices connected to perform a stand alone application is not considered to be an HBES/BACS system and therefore are outside the scope of this European Standard. This European Standard provides the general performance requirements and test setups for EMC for all products connected to HBES/BACS. This connection can be wired (e.g. communication cable, power line) or wireless (e.g. radiofrequency, infrared). This European Standard is applicable (but not limited) to – operator stations and other human system interface devices, – devices for management functions, – control devices, automation stations and application specific controllers, – field devices and their interfaces, – cabling and interconnection of devices, – dedicated devices for engineering and commissioning tools for HBES/BACS

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The scope of EN 50491-5-1:2010 applies, with the following modification: Replace the 3rd paragraph with the following ones: This is the specific part of EN 50491-5 for HBES/BACS used in industry environment. The environment covered by this standard is industrial, according to the definition in EN 61000-6-2.

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The scope of EN 50491 5 1:2010 applies, with the following modification: Replace the 3rd paragraph by the following ones: This is the specific part of EN 50491-5 for HBES/BACS used in residential, commercial and light industry environment. The environments covered by this standard are residential, commercial and light-industrial locations, according to the definition in EN 61000-6-1.

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This European Standard provides the environmental conditions for all devices connected to HBES/BACS. This European Standard is applicable (but not limited) to - operator stations and other human system interface devices, - devices for management functions, - control devices, automation stations and application specific controllers, - field devices and their interfaces, - cabling and interconnection of devices, - dedicated devices for engineering and commissioning tools for HBES/BACS. The standard defines the general requirements for devices operating in weather protected and non-weather protected locations, ship environments, portable use and also for storage and transport.

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This European Standard gives general guidelines and recommendations to ensure interworking between HBES devices made by different manufacturers. It also contains design guidelines for the design of Functional Blocks and new datapoint types, the building blocks of HBES interworking. In this way, the standard can be used as a basis to design application specifications relative to an Application Domain. If designed and supported by a large group of manufacturers, such application specifications will ensure to end customers a high degree of interoperability between products based on the HBES Communication System of different manufacturers. This European Standard is used as a product family standard. It is not intended to be used as a stand alone standard.

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This document defines the mandatory and optional requirements for the medium specific physical and data link layer of power line Class 1 PL110. Data link layer interface and general definitions, which are medium independent, are given in EN 50090-4-1.

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1.1 The SmartHouse and its components The SmartHouse consists of a large and wide ranging set of many Services, Applications, Equipment, Networks and Systems that act together in delivering the “intelligent” or “connected” home in order to address security and control, communications, leisure and comfort, environmental integration and accessibility. These components are represented by many actors that interact and work together to provide interoperable systems that benefit the home based user in the SmartHouse. Because of this wide ranging variability of the entities in the SmartHouse, there is a very high level of potential complexity in finding the optimal solution for any particular SmartHouse. The main actors that influence the SmartHouse are the consumers (customers, subscribers, individuals) that live in and utilise the Services, Applications and Products that are designed for the SmartHouse. It is therefore appropriate that the other main set of actors are the service and application providers that deliver the services that the consumers need and require, including those responsible for installing systems in the SmartHouse and for maintaining them. These consumers have needs and requirements in many areas and these are described in the Section on Consumers. Likewise the aims and objectives of the Service Providers in fulfilling consumer needs are described in the section on Service Providers. The installer also has to fulfil consumer needs and the Installation Process is described in the section on Installation.

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This European Standard defines the mandatory and optional requirements for the medium specific physical and data link layer of power line Class 1 in its two variations PL110 and PL132. Data link layer interface and general definitions, which are medium independent, are given in EN 50090 4-1.

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This European Standard defines the mandatory and optional requirements for the medium specific physical and data link layer for HBES Class 1 Twisted Pair in its two variations called TP0 and TP1. Data link layer interface and general definitions, which are media independent, are given in EN 50090 4 2.

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This part of the EN 50090 specifies the services and protocol in a physical layer independent way for the data link layer and for the network layer and the transport layer for usage in Home and Building Electronic Systems

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This international standard establishes general principles for network- and device-management shared by and independent of the installation mode. The goal is to standardize the interaction, between a management client and a management server, that shall lead to the successful configuration of the devices. In this way, these management procedures thus specify the highest level communication requirements between a management client and a management server. These requirements specify: a) the sequence of messages that shall be exchanged between a management client and a management server, and b) the contents and interpretation of the transported data, and c) the action to take based on these data (setting internal resources, state machines, physical actions, …), and d) the error and exception handling. The management procedures base on the application layer services. Some management procedures solely base on the use of one or a sequence of dedicated application layer services to achieve the required goal. For these, the documents EN 50090-4-1 and EN 50090-4-2 provide sufficient information for the underlying mechanisms. Other management procedures additionally use the application layer services to access internal data in the management server to achieve the required goal. These data are laid down as objects as specified in EN 50090 3 2.

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This part of EN 50090 specifies the structure and functioning of servers for the objects which form the interface between the application layer and the application and management.

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This part of the EN 50090 specifies the services and protocol of the application layer for usage in Home and Building Electronic Systems. It provides the services and the interface to the user process as defined in EN 50090 3 2. This procedure is based on the services and the protocol is provided by the Transport Layer, Network Layer and Data Link Layer as specified in EN 50090 4 2.

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CENELEC Report * D130/C016: Conversion into TR to be launched

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This European Standard is part 3-1 of the series of standards EN 50090 on Home and Building Electronic Systems (HBES). It gives an overview of the application related user process as defined in EN 50090-3-2 and the Application Layer (see ENV 50090-3-3). Is founded on the general structure defined in EN 50090-2-1, which is based on the basic reference model for the interconnection of open systems (OSI)

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Applies to all kinds of equipment with numeric input used in homes. Specifies the layout of numerical keyboards with three rows of three keys each plus a fourth row with at least one key. Note: -For the price of this publication, please consult the ISO/IEC price-code list.

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This document defines the HBES Information Model and a corresponding data exchange format for the Home and Building HBES Open Communication System.

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This standard provides the electrical safety and EMC requirements and test for Home and Building Electronic Systems (HBES) and Building Automation and Control Systems (BACS) with a radio module incorporated into and permanently affixed to the system.

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This document specifies the fundamental aspects of semantic interoperability for the S2 interface and the related data exchange between a CEM and the Resource Managers within the premises. It provides a technology independent set of data models and interaction patterns in order to enable applications for Energy Management within the premises. This document does not include: — mappings to concrete data representations (XML, JSON and similar); — mappings to application protocols for the message passing; — security related aspects.

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This Technical Specification contains a specification of an Interoperability Requirements Framework, specifying seven levels of interoperability, based on four groups of interoperability steps specified by five types of interaction, plus a methodology based on conformance clauses for satisfying requirements related to the claimed level of interoperability of devices installed in a Home and Building Electronic System (HBES, HES). It is applicable to installations of a single type of HBES, or that interconnect two or more dissimilar HBESs. Within a HBES of a single type any of its capabilities for service, applications and connectivity topology can be used. Interconnection technologies used to interconnect dissimilar HBES are similarly unconstrained. For applicable installations, the scope of its provisions applies to: the connection of devices to the various communications services to enable them to communicate end-to-end across internetworked media; the processes of discovery by which devices find out about each other and configuration to associate them with each other; and the generic aspects of application operation; and management. This Technical Specification is not applicable to the interoperability required between devices to implement specific applications, such as heating or lighting control, energy management, or entertainment. The interoperability requirements defined in this Technical Specification are necessary for such application interoperability but not sufficient. This Technical Specification does not define how measurements are made; nor the algorithms that receive, process and respond to them; nor the interaction between users, service providers, and the HBES application(s). This is the responsibility of experts and organisations that specialise in particular application domains.

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This European Standard applies to all Home and Building Electronic Systems (HBES) and Building Automation Control Systems (BACS) and specifies the general requirements for these systems and products covering the following functionalities: - HBES class 1: simple control and command; - HBES class 2: simple voice and stable video transmission including class 1; - HBES class 3: video transfers including class 2. This European Standard provides an overview of this series of European Standards. To enable integration of a wide spectrum of applications, EN 50491 series covers: - electrical safety, - functional safety, - environmental conditions, - EMC requirements, - installation and cabling rules and topologies, - Smart Metering – Application specification (under development), - Smartgrid — Application specification — Interface and framework (under development). EN 50491 series is a product family standard.

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This European Standard provides the electrical safety requirements for all devices connected to HBES/BACS. This European Standard is applicable to – operator stations and other human system interface devices, – devices for management functions, – control devices, automation stations and application specific controllers, – field devices, – cabling and interconnection of devices. This European Standard covers the following requirements and compliance criteria: – protection from hazards in the device; – protection from overvoltages on the network; – protection from touch current; – protection from hazards caused by different type of circuits; – protection of the communication wiring from overheating caused by excessive current.

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This document provides the specific requirements for inspectors and commissioning engineers (as defined in the document), on checking and approving HBES installations in order to ensure its quality and safe operation. The requirements apply to the HBES itself and its relations and interfaces with other systems and functions of buildings both inside and outside. Although this document contains recommendations for testing HBES and their interfaces, it is not intended to cover the mechanical aspects of the installation such as pressure testing pneumatic or hydraulic lines and systems, or checking for compliance with the pressure vessel directive, etc. These aspects are covered in other standards. Likewise, when the HBES interfaces with machinery or boilers, etc., such equipment should be tested in accordance with the relevant standard and manufacturer’s instructions. These requirements are intended to assist in the inspection, testing and commissioning of HBES systems. They are also intended as an aide to integration with the regulations for any other system that the HBES may need to interface with. These requirements are intended for applications in any building, or part of a building, for which the designer considers the HBES suitable. They may also apply to any addition or modification to a HBES within a building, which will affect the overall integrity of the HBES and give guidance that ongoing inspection and maintenance will be necessary to ensure the continued safe and efficient operation of an installed HBES.

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This European Standard defines the mandatory and optional requirements for the medium independent communication over IP for HBES products and systems, a multi-application bus system where the functions are decentralised, distributed and linked through a common communication process. This European Standard is used as a product family standard. It is not intended to be used as a stand-alone standard. Other parts from the EN 50090 series may apply.

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Superseded by EN 50491-5-1:2010,  EN 50491-5-2:2010 & EN 50491-5-3:2010

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This European Standard defines the mandatory and optional requirements for the medium specific Physical and Data Link Layer of Radio Frequency for HBES products and systems, a multi-application bus system where the functions are decentralised, distributed and linked through a common communication process. This European Standard is used as a product family standard. It is not intended to be used as a stand-alone standard. Data Link Layer interface and general definitions, which are medium independent, are given in EN 50090 4 1.

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This European Standard sets the requirements for functional safety for HBES products and systems, a multi-application bus system where the functions are decentralised, distributed and linked through a common communication process. The requirements may also apply to the distributed functions of any equipment connected in a home or building control system if no specific functional safety standard exist for this equipment or system. The functional safety requirements of this European Standard apply together with the relevant product standard for the device if any. This European Standard is used as a product family standard. It is not intended to be used as a stand-alone standard. This European Standard does not provide functional safety requirements for safety-related systems.

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CENELEC Report * D122/065: Withdrawn * May 2005 decision: BT decision confirmed

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CENELEC Report * D120/075: Publication withdrawn

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