IEEE Std 1704 pdf download

IEEE Std 1704 pdf download

IEEE Std 1704 pdf download IEEE Standard for Utility Industry End Device Communications Module
2.Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document(i.e., they mustbe understood and used, so each referenced document is cited in text and its relationship to this document isexplained).For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition ofthe referenced document ( including any amendments or corrigenda) applies.
Accredited Standards Committee C2-2017, National Electrical Safety CodeR (NESCR),9.10
ANSI C12.1,American National Standard for Electric Meters, Code for Electricity Metering,2014.”
C22.1-21:2021,Canadian electrical code, part 1 (25th edition),safety standard for electrical installations,CSA Group, 2021 (formerly the Canadian Standards Association). 12
IEC 60445:2010, Basic and safety principles for man-machine interface,marking andidentification—-Ildentification of equipment terminals,conductor terminations and conductors, InternationalElectrotechnical Commission,Geneva, 2010.13
IEEE Std 1377TM , IEEE Standard for Utility Industry Metering Communication Protocol Application Layer(End Device Data Tables),August 2012.14,13
IEEE Std 1701TM,IEEE Standard for Optical Port Communication Protocol to Complement the UilityIndustry End Device Data Tables, 2011.
IEEE Std 1703TM,IEEE Standard for Local Area Network/Wide Area Network (LAN/WAN) NodeCommunication Protocol to Complement the Utility Industry End Device Data Tables,June 2012.
ISO/IEC 7498-1-1994,Information Technology—Open Systems Interconnection—Basic ReferenceMode1.1 6
NFPA 70R, 2017 Edition,National Electrical CodeR (NECR).17.18
UL2735,UL Standard for Safety for Electric Utility Meters,October 6,2014.19USB 2.0, Universal Scrial Bus Specification, Revision 2.0,April 2000 (Inc1.Errata).
USB 2.0 Micro,Universal Serial Bus Micro-USB Cables and Connectors Specification, Revision 1.01,April2007 (Incl. Errata).
USB 2.0 Power Delivery,Universal Serial Bus Power Delivery Specification Revision 2.0,V1.1.7 May2015.
USB Charging,Battery Charging Specification, Revision 1.2 March 15,2012.
USB CDC,Universal Scrial Bus Class Definitions for Communications Devices,Revision 1.2 (Errata 1),November 2010.
USB PSTN120: Universal Serial Bus Communications Class Subclass Specification for PSTN Devices,Revision 1.2,USB Implementers Forum.
3.Definitions,acronyms, and abbreviations
3.1 Definitions
For the purposes of this document,the following terms and definitions apply. The IEEE StandardsDictionary Online should be consulted for terms not defined in this clause.20
Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI): AMl is defined as the communications hardware and softwareand associated system and data management software that creates a network between advanced meters andutility business systems and which allows collection and distribution of information to customers and otherparties such as competitive retail providers,in addition to providing it to the utility itself [FERC-727-728-2008].
IEEE 1703 Communication Module: Same as defined in IEEE Std 1703.IEEE 1703 Device: Same as defined in IEEE Std 1703.
IEEE 1704 Communication Module: An IEEE 1703 Communication Module that implements aconforming physical interface and device physical characteristics, as defined in this standard.
IEEE 1704 Device: An IEEE 1703 Device that implements a conforming physical interface and devicephysical characteristics for the purpose of attachment and communications with an IEEE 1704Communication Module, as defined in this standard.
Load,Electrical: An electrical component or portion of a circuit that consumes electric power.
Mains: The electrical network supplying energy to the premises (Electrical Load) which consists of phaseconductor(s) and neutral conductor(s). Neutral, if present, is normally connected to earth ground. Neutral isconsidered a Mains conductor.21
Mains Circuit: In electric power distribution, a circuit which is intended to be directly connected to theMains for the purpose of powering the(Electrical Load) equipment [UL 2735].
Mains Receptacle: Electrical connectors and conductors that are installed on the IEEE 1704Communication Module, and can be attached to the Mains Terminals of the IEEE 1704 Device.
Mains Terminals: The equipment terminals used for connection to the Mains,which consists of potential(voltage) terminal(s), input current terminal(s), output current terminal(s), and neutral Terminal(s).21
Service Switch:Apparatus that allows the electric utility to remotely disconnect/reconnect all phases of theelectric service at a customer location by isolating the line side terminals of the meter from the load sideterminals.A Service Switch is also referred to as a Remote ConnectDisconnect Switch or Load Switch.[NEMA C12.30 TR].
USB 2.0 Type A-Device: A device with a USB Type-A plug inserted into its receptacle. The USB A-devicesupplies power and is host at the start of a session [USB 2.0 Micro].

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