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61968 Messages
(Part 3, 6, 8, 9)

CIM University

Margaret Goodrich, Manager, Systems Engineering
SISCO, Inc.
6605 19 Mile Road
Sterling Heights, MI 48314 USA
Tel: +1-903-477-7176
Fax: +1-903-489-0063
E-Mail: margaret@sisconet.com
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Introduction
Information Model & Reference Model
Part 3 Network Operations
Scope
Outage and FLISR Work Flows
Part 6 Maintenance and Construction
Scope
Reference Model
Work Management System (WMS) Messages
Part 8
Scope
Reference Model
Customer Interface System (CIS) Work Flows
Part 9 Meter Reading and Control
Scope
Reference Model
Metering Messages
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Information Model for all Parts
Classes for all Parts in the 61968 standard series are
contained in IEC61968-Part 11 and IEC61970-301

The classes and attributes may come from one or
more of the packages contained in these documents.
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WG14 Messaging Reference Model - Full
Key Outside the scope of 61968
61968 Part 9
Defined by other 61968 Parts
Service
Point
Metering System
Data Collection
Control and
Reconfiguration
[ 18 ]
[ 3 ]
Meter Maintenance
and
Asset Management
[ 2 ]
Meter
Data
Management
Customer
Information
and
Billing
[ 9 ]
[ 20 ]
[ 15 ]
{ 8 }
{ 14 }
[ 19 ]
[ 17 ]
{ 16 }
{ 11 }
Interface and protocol details of the
Service Point are outside the scope of
IEC 61968-9
[ 5 ]
[ 21 ]
[ 1 ]
Planning
and
Scheduling
[ 7 ]
[ 7 ]
[ 6 ]
[ 4 ]
[ 13 ]
[ 12 ]
{ 23 }
[ 22 ]
61968-3
61968-8
61968-5
[ 7 ]
[ 6 ]
[ 18 ]
[ 13 ]
{ 12 }
{ 12 }
[ 1 ] Account information
[ 2 ] Configuration, installation etc.
[ 3 ] Controls and signals
[ 4 ] Customer data set
[ 5 ] Data obtained by special read
[ 6 ] Demand response signals
[ 7 ] Disconnect/reconnect, demand reset
{ 8 } Install, remove, repair, disconnect, reconnect
[ 9 ] Load curves, Measurement history, etc.
[ 10 ] Load scenarios
{ 11 } Meter health and tamper detection
{ 12 } Meter history
[ 13 ] Meter readings
{ 14 } Meter service request
[ 15 ] On request read
[ 16 ] Outage and restoration verification
[ 17 ] Power reliability and quality events
[ 18 ] Readings, events and status
[ 19 ] Special read
[ 20 ] Tariffs, parameters
[ 21 ] Transaction information
[ 22 ] Transaction records
{ 23 } Tokens
Network
Operations
Work
Management
61968-6
Outage
Management
61968-3
[ 3 ]
Point
of
Sale
61968-10
[ 12 ]
{ 14 }
Load
Management
System
Load Analysis
Load Control
[ 10 ]
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End-to-End Use Cases and Messages
Use Cases:
1. Initialize network
2. Non-telemetered fuse trips
3. Telemetered breaker trips
4. Tap for new subdivision
5. Maintenance on transformer
6. Meter replacement
Normal
State
Normal
State
Normal & asset
changes
Proposed normal
changes
Recommended normal
changes
Build Switching
Plan
Substation
IED
IED
IED
Device out &
fault data
Device out &
fault data
Meters
down
Device out &
fault data Device Out
Device out
Energize
Switching Plan to energize
Fault location isolation steps
Restoration steps
AMI/
MDM
SCADA
OMS DMS
GIS
Planning
Predict to
outage device
Current
State
Current
State
Normal
State
Normal
State
CIS
WMS
MWF
Meter service
request
Meter service
order
Meter info &
complete
status
WMS
MWF
Isolation Steps
FLISR = Fault Location, Isolation,
and Restoration
Scope:
A - Outage Management
B - Network Model Synchronization
C - Maintenance
IEC61968 2011 Scope
Work
order
Current
State
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Part 3 Scope
An outage can be detected by:
AMI
Customer Call
Field Crew
SCADA
An outage must be communicated between network operations systems,
including trouble location, devices in abnormal state, and customers
affected.
Other Network Operations Fault Location, Isolation, and Supply
Restoration (FLISR).
Fault location refers to the observations, signals, and analysis necessary to
identify the true cause of the outage.
Isolation is the process of switching and cutting that allows the fault location
to be safely isolated for repairs.
The process of restoring power to healthy islands of network around the
isolated area is referred to as supply restoration.
Other areas will be added to Part 3 as Use Cases are defined.
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Outage Notification from a Field Crew









sd Outage Notification from Field Crew
Faul t Mgmt
Part 3 - Network
Operati on::NO-FLT
Outage Anal ysi s
Part 3 - Network
Operati on::NO-OA
Troubl e Cal l M...
Part 8 - Customer
Support::CS-TCM
Fi el d Crew
Report Outage()
Created(Outage)
Created(Outage)
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Outage Notification from a Field Crew









from to message description/payload
Field
Crew
NO-OA Report Outage

Field crew reports confirmed outage at known
location.
NO-OA NO-FLT Created
Outage
Notification of predicted outage at a specific
protective device in the network. This is a
confirmed protective device outage because it is
reported by a crew.
Payload:
- Protective Device ID
- Time of outage
- Status of device (phases on)
NO-OA CS-
TCM
Created
Outage
Notification of the customers out due to an outage.
Payload:
- Customer ID and time of outage for each
customer out.
- Estimated time of restoration of the outage.
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Outage Notification from an AMI









sd Outage Notification from Meters
Faul t Mgmt
Part 3 - Network
Operati on::NO-FLT
Outage Anal ysi s
Part 3 - Network
Operati on::NO-OA
Troubl e Cal l M...
Part 8 - Customer
Support::CS-TCM
AMI
Part 9 - Meter
Readi ng and
Control ::MR-AMI
Fi el d Crew
Created(EndDevi ceEvent)
Confi rm Outage()
Outage Confi rmed()
Created(Outage)
Created(Outage)
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Outage Notification from an AMI









from to message description/payload
MR-AMI NO-OA Created
EndDeviceEvent
AMI notifies of power off event at meter.
Payload: Meter ID, new meter status, and timestamp for change in meter
status.
NO-OA Field
Crew
Confirm Outage

Request field crew to confirm outage location.
Field
Crew
NO-OA Outage Confirmed

Field crew confirms outage location.
NO-OA NO-FLT Created
Outage
Notification of a confirmed outage at a specific protective device in the
network.
Payload:
- Protective Device ID
- Time of outage
- Status of device (phases on)
- Confirmed status (yes in this case)
NO-OA CS-TCM Created
Outage
Notification of the customers out due to an outage.
Payload:
- Customer ID and time of outage for each customer out.
- Estimated time of restoration of the outage.
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Outage Notification from a Customer









sd Outage Notification from Trouble Call
Troubl e Cal l M...
Part 8 - Customer
Support::CS-TCM
Faul t Mgmt
Part 3 - Network
Operati on::NO-FLT
Outage Anal ysi s
Part 3 - Network
Operati on::NO-OA
Fi el d Crew
Created(Outage)
Confi rm Outage()
Outage Confi rmed()
Created(Outage)
Updated(Outage)
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Outage Notification from a Customer









from to message description/payload
CS-TCM NO-OA Created
Outage
Notification of customer-reported outage.
Payload:
- ID and time of outage for each customer.
NO-OA Field
Crew
Confirm Outage

Request field crew to confirm outage location.
Field
Crew
NO-OA Outage Confirmed

Field crew confirms outage location.
NO-OA NO-FLT Created
Outage
Notification of a confirmed outage at a specific protective
device in the network.
Payload:
- Protective Device ID
- Time of outage
- Status of device (phases on)
- Confirmed status (yes in this case)
NO-OA CS-TCM Updated
Outage
Notification of the customers out due to an outage.
Payload:
- Customer ID and time of outage for each customer out.
- Estimated time of restoration of the outage.
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Part 6 Scope
Specifies the information content for messages
used to support business functions related to
Maintenance and Construction.
Typical uses of Part 6 messages include:
Planned Maintenance (Work Request)
Meter Change Out (Service Order)
Device Maintenance (Maintenance Order)
Message types defined in other Parts of
IEC61968 may also be relevant to these use
cases.
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Part 6 Reference Model
Operational
Planning &
Optimization
Network Operation
Simulation
(OP-SIM)
Network Operations
Fault Management
(NO-FLT)
Maintenance &
Construction - Field
Recording
(MC-FRD)
Mobile Workforce
[ 10 ]
[ 12 ]
Network Monitoring
NO-NMON
[ 1 ]
Customer Support
(CS)
Customer Service
CSRV
[ 11 ] Available / Used Materials
[ 12 ] Bill Of Materials / Material Status
[ 13 ] Crew Composition
[ 14 ] Actual Labor Cost
[ 15 ] Failure Event
[ 16 ] New/Updated or get Asset
[ 17 ] Special Read Request / Response
[ 18 ] Install, Remove, Repair, Connect and Disconnect
[ 19 ] Meter History
[ 20 ] Map
[ 21 ] Outage Notification from Field Crew
[ 22 ] Outage Confirmation Request
[ 1 ] SCADA Measurements, failures, conditions
[ 2 ] Switching Plan
[ 3 ] Request for Service
[ 4 ] Materials Reservation
[ 5 ] Request for Planned Maintenance/Inspection Work
[ 6 ] Request for Unplanned Work
[ 7 ] Follow-up Work
[ 8 ] Switching Order
[ 9] Work Request from Network Operations
[10 ] Work Order
[ 11 ]
[ 7 ]
[ 3 ]
Records & Asset
Management (AM)
General Inventory
Management (GINV)
Equipment hierarchy
[ 13 ]
[ 6 ]
Work Mgt Planning
[ 5 ]
Materials
Management
Crew
Composition
[ 4 ]
[ 16 ]
[ 2 ]
61968 Part 6
Defined by other 61968 Parts
Key
[ 14 ]
[ 8 ]
{ 15 }
Scheduling & Dispatch
[ 13 ]
[ 10 ]
Maintenance & Construction
Maintenance and Inspection
(MC-MAI)
Preventive Maintenance
Conditional Maintenance
[ 9 ]
Meter Reading &
Control
(MR&C)
[ 17 ]
[ 18 ]
{ 19 }
[ 20 ]
[ 12 ]
[ 12 ]
[ 16 ]
[ 10 ]
[ 21 ]
[ 22 ]
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Part 6 Business Functions and Components
Business Functions Business
Sub-Functions
Abstract Components
Maintenance and
Construction (MC)
Maintenance and Inspection
(MAI)
Maintenance Orders
Maintenance Rules
Inspection/Maintenance History
Work Procedures
Construction (CON) Work Flow
Cost Reconciliation
Work Approval
Permits
Customer Billing
Tracking
Project Costing
Design (DGN) Construction Engineering
Estimating
Bill of Materials
Compatible Units
Field Recording (FLD) As-built Reporting
Time Reporting
Asset Condition
Scheduling and Dispatching
(SCHD)
Resource Management
Work Planning
Work Allocation
Material Requisitioning
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Planned Maintenance Use Case









Triggered by maintenance and inspection, or by periodic
schedule for work.

Example activity is tree trimming or major maintenance
on a power transformer.

Uses Work Request message
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Planned Maintenance Use Case










sd Carry out planned maintenance with temporary equipment

Part 6 - Mai ntenance

and

Constructi on::MC-MAI
Work Sched & Di ...

Part 6 - Mai ntenance

and

Constructi on::MC-SCHD
Subst. & Network ...

Part 4 - Records and

Asset

Management::AM-EINV
Geographi c Inv.

Part 4 - Records and

Asset

Management::AM-GINV
Fi el d Recordi ng

Part 6 - Mai ntenance

and

Constructi on::MC-FRD
Network Ctrl

Part 3 - Network

Operati on::NO-CTL
Create(WorkRequest)
Create(OutageBooki ng)
Created(BookedOutage)
Create(Mai ntenanceOrder)
Get(Map)
Repl y(Map)
Get(Asset)
Repl y(Asset)
Create(Mai ntenaceOrder)
Execute(WorkOrder)
Changed(Mai ntenanceOrder)
Cl ose(Mai ntenanceOrder)
Cl osed(WorkRequest)
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Work Request Message









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Meter Change Out Use Case









May include one or more Meter Service Work items
Each item may refer to a max of two meters to provide a
means to replace a meter.
Meter readings can be obtained as a part of the work.
A Meter Service Request occurs due to:
Change out a Meter due to a Problem (Alarm, Complaint or other
event)
Change out a Meter for Recalibration
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Meter Change Out Use Case









When a Meter Change-Out is performed the following steps
must occur:
Send a MeterServiceRequest to the WMS
Send a Meter Technician to:
Take the final Meter Reading
Remove the old Meter
Install the new Meter
Take the new Meter Reading
The following messages are sent/received to Configure the
Meter:
EndDeviceConfig
CustomerMeterDataSet
MeterConfig
MeterReadSchedule
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Change-Out Meter Work Flow









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Service Order Message









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Part 8 Scope
Specifies the information content for messages
used to support business functions related to
Customer Service and Trouble Call Management.
Typical uses of Part 8 messages include:
Trouble Ticket
Incident Information
Service Request
Customer Agreement
Message types defined in other Parts of IEC61968
may also be relevant to these use cases.
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Part 8 Reference Model
Part 8 Customer Support (CS)
Customer service
(CSRV)
Trouble Call
Management (TCM)
(3) Trouble Call
Management (NO)
(6) Maintenance
and construction
(MC)
Other Systems
61968 Parts 3-9
(1) (2) (3) (5)
1. Trouble Ticket
2. Incident Information
3. Service Request
4. Work Request
5. Customer Agreement
6. Service Request

(4)
(6)
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Part 8 Business Functions and Components
Customer Support (CS)
Customer service (CSRV)
Service requests
Construction billing inquiry
Billing inquiry
Work status
Self-service inquiry
Customer connection
Turn on, turn off
Line losses
Service level agreements
Customer information analysis
Customer Information
management
Customer relationship
management
Trouble call management (TCM) Outage calls
Power quality
Planned outage notifications
Media communication
Performance indices
Restoration
projection/confirmation
Outage history
Point of sale (POS)
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Trouble Ticket Use Case









sd Trouble Ticket
CS-TCM
(from Approved Actors)
NO-FLT
(from Approved Actors)
Cal l taker takes al l
the rel event i nfo
from the customer
and enters the
cal l s i n the cal l
tracki ng
appl i cati on()
Created(Troubl eTi cket)
Obtai n connecti vi ty topol ogy ()
Repl y(Troubl eTi cket)
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Trouble Ticket XSD









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Incident Information Use Case









sd Incident Information
NO-FLT
(from Approved Actors)
CS-CSRV
(from Approved Actors)
Update(Inci dentInformati on)
Update associ ated troubl e ti cket()
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Incident Information XSD









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Service Request Work Flow









sd Service Request
MC-SCHD
(from Approved Actors)
CS-TCM
(from Approved Actors)
Customer or person creates a
servi ce request()
CreatedServi ceRequest()
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Service Request XSD
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Customer Agreement Use Case









sd Customer Agreement
Customer Support
(from Approved
Actors)
EXT-SAL
(from Approved
Actors)
CreatedCustomerAgreement()
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Customer Agreement XSD









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Part 9 Scope
To Define the exchange of information between a
Metering System and other systems within the Utility
enterprise
Specifies the information content of a set of message
types that can be used to support many of the
business functions related to Meter Reading and
Control.
Typical uses of the message types include:
Meter Event Messages
Meter Control Messages
Meter Reading Messages
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Part 9 Scope
Enterprise
Applications
Head End
Systems
PAN
PAN
Device
PAN
Device
PAN
PAN
Device
PAN
Device
Meter
Meter or
Gateway
Meter or
Gateway
PAN
Device
Utility
Enterprise Integration
Infrastructure
(e.g. ESB, SOA, )
Standard or Proprietary
Communication
Infrastructures
Messages defined by IEC
61968-9 and based upon
IEC CIM, conveyed using a
variety of integration
technologies
IEC 61968-9 Messages
Messages defined by
relevant standards or
vendors. May use a wide
variety of communication
technologies
Messages defined
by PAN/HAN
specifications
Mappings, translations
and/orforwardiing as
needed Mapping, translations
and/or forwarding as
needed
Customer
Customer
Customer
Area of Direct Impact
using IEC 61968-9
Area Causally/Indirectly
Impacted by or impacting
IEC 61968-9
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Part 9 Reference Model - Partial
Key
Service
Point
Metering System
Data Collection
Control and
Reconfiguration
Readings, events
and status
Controls and signals
Meter
Data
Management
Scheduled
Read
Interface and protocol details of the
Service Point are outside the scope of
IEC 61968-9
Outside the scope of 61968
61968 Part 9
Defined by other 61968 Parts
Scheduled
Read
Tokens
Network
Operations
61968-3
Scheduled
Read
Customer
Information
and
Billing
61968-8
Exchange
Portal
Scheduled
Read
Peak
Price
(1)
Peak
Price (1)
Load
Reduction
Peak
Price (1)
Load
Reduction
Peak
Price
(2)
Meter
Administration
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Part 9 Reference Model
The Reference Model provides examples of the logical
components and data flows related to this standard.
The Meter is treated as an end device
An End Device:
Has a unique identity
Is managed as a physical asset
May issue events
May receive control requests
May collect and report measured values
May participate in utility business processes
The Reference Model describes the flows between the
components.
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Part 9 Business Functions and Components
Business Functions Business
Sub-Functions
Abstract Components
Meter Reading and Control (MR) Metering System (MS) Data collection
End point controls
End point reconfiguration
Disconnect/reconnect
Demand reset
On request read
Point of sale
Outage detection and restoration verification
Power reliability and quality events
Metering system events
Meter Maintenance and Asset Management End point install, configure, remove, repair,
disconnect, reconnect
End point asset history
End point reconfiguration
Special read
Meter service request
Tariffs
Meter Data Management (MDM) Meter data repository
Usage history
Validation, estimation and editing
Customer billing data
End device controls and events
Demand Response
(DR)
Real-time pricing
Emergency reductions
Economic reductions
Program registration
Load Management (LM) Load analysis
Load control
Demand response
Performance measurements
Risk management
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Part 9 Metering Messages
There are currently 63 Metering Messages
End Device Event Messages (includes PAN
Messages)
End Device Control Messages (includes PAN
Messages)
Meter Reading Messages
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EndDeviceEvent Messages
EndDeviceEvent Messages Convey events
related to:
Sustained and Momentary Outage Detection
Low and High Voltage Threshold Detection
Meter Health
Tamper Detection
Revenue Event









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EndDeviceEvent Use Case for Outage Detection Event









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EndDeviceEvent Message









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EndDeviceEventType Enumerations
EndDeviceEventType enumerations defines the event using four parts:
EndDeviceEventType :=
<EndDeviceType>.<EndDeviceDomain>.<EndDeviceSubdomain>.<EndDevic
eEventorAction>
Where:
<EndDeviceType> = a numeric value from the EndDeviceType enumeration. Example: 3
is Electric Meter, 5 is a Gateway, 12 is a PAN Device, etc.
<EndDeviceDomain> = a numeric value from the EndDeviceDomain enumeration.
Example: 26 is Power, 15 is Load Control, etc.
<EndDeviceSubdomain> = a numeric value from the EndDeviceSubdomain
enumeration. Example: 0 is N/A, 28 is Power Quality, etc.
<EndDeviceEventorAction> = a numeric value from the EndDeviceEventorAction
enumeration. Example: 85 is Failed, 81 is Opted-Out, etc.









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Message Organization Event Type Enumerations
EndDeviceEventType Description
*.26.0.85 Power off alarm
*.26.0.216 Power on
*.26.38.150 Low voltage
*.26.38.93 High voltage
*.26.38.37 Voltage Imbalance Cleared
*.12.1.38 Unauthorized Access attempt
*.12.0.257 Tamper detection
*.8.0.215 Demand reset occured
*.31.0.68 Disconnected
*.31.0.42 Connected
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EndDeviceEvent XML Message Example
Meter Power Off Event: Electric, Power, N/A, Failed









<ns1:EndDeviceEvents
xmlns:ns1="http://iec.ch/TC57/2011/EndDeviceEvents#">
<ns1:EndDeviceEvent>
<ns1:createdDateTime>2009-11-04T18:52:50.001-
05:00</ns1:createdDateTime>
<ns1:EndDeviceEventType ref=3.26.0.85/>
<ns1:description>Power off alarm</ns1:description>
<ns1:Assets>
<ns1:mRID>3dc53ee5-777e-50b4-8699-
a1c224f45f3d</ns1:mRID>
<ns1:Names>
<ns1:name>Meter23253</ns1:name>
</ns1:Names>
</ns1:Assets>
</ns1:EndDeviceEvent>
</ns1:EndDeviceEvents>
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End Device Control Messages
The EndDeviceControl message issues control
commands related to:
Load Control
Demand Reset
Connect/Disconnect
Real-Time Pricing









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EndDeviceControls Use Case Remote Disconnect
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EndDeviceControls Message









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EndDeviceControlType Enumerations
EndDeviceControlType enumerations defines the event using four parts:
EndDeviceControlType :=
<EndDeviceType>.<EndDeviceDomain>.<EndDeviceSubdomain>.<EndDevic
eEventorAction>
Where:
<EndDeviceType> = a numeric value from the EndDeviceType enumeration. Example: 3
is Electric Meter, 5 is a Gateway, 12 is a PAN Device, etc.
<EndDeviceDomain> = a numeric value from the EndDeviceDomain enumeration.
Example: 31 is RCDSwitch, 26 is Power, 15 is Load Control, etc.
<EndDeviceSubdomain> = a numeric value from the EndDeviceSubdomain
enumeration. Example: 0 is N/A, 28 is Power Quality, etc.
<EndDeviceEventorAction> = a numeric value from the EndDeviceEventorAction
enumeration. Example: 23 is Disconnect, 85 is Failed, 81 is Opted-Out, etc.









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Message Organization Control Type Enumerations
EndDeviceControlType Description
3.8.0.214 Demand reset
3.15.6.242.0 Load control started
3.15.6.243.1 Load control stopped
3.31.0.18 Close remote
connect/disconnect
switch
3.31.0.22 Disable RCD Switch
3.31.0.23 Open remote connect/disconnect
switch
3.31.0.26 Enable RCD switch
3.20.9.82 Price signal
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EndDeviceControl XML Message Example - Meter Disconnect
by Group: Electric, RCD Switch, N/A, Disconnect









<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!--Scheduled Disconnect on an End Device Group-->
<m:EndDeviceControls
xsi:schemaLocation="http://iec.ch/TC57/2010/EndDeviceControls#
EndDeviceControls.xsd" xmlns:m="http://iec.ch/TC57/2010/EndDeviceControls#"
xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
<m:EndDeviceControl>
<m:type>3.31.0.23</m:type>
<m:EndDeviceGroup>
<m:mRID>3dc53ee5-777e-50b4-8699-
a1c224f45f3d</m:mRID>
</m:EndDeviceGroup>
<m:scheduledInterval>
<m:start>2011-05-05T09:30:00.0Z</m:start>
</m:scheduledInterval>
</m:EndDeviceControl>
</m:EndDeviceControls>
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Meter Reading Messages
Examples of these types of Messages are:
MeterReadSchedule
MeterReading Message for the following types of
requests:
Manual MeterRead
On-Request/On-Demand Meter Read
Historical Meter Data Access
Billing Inquiry
Bulk Readings
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MeterReadings Message









MeterReadings message allows for:
Readings from one or more meters
Reading values each have an associated reading
type, timestamp and value
Many Quality values can be associated with each
reading value
Readings can be supplied in the form of interval
blocks if the common reading types are grouped
together.
Event Histories are returned with meter readings.
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MeterReadings Message









The request for meter reading should specify:
A meter or group of meters
A type of reading to collect
A frequency
A Duration of interest
The scheduled frequency may consist of regular
or irregular periods.
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MeterReadings Message









The MeterReadings request may be initiated by
any of the following:
The CIS (in an effort to collect billing determinants).
A Planning and Scheduling application (in an effort to
acquire engineering data about the distribution network).
An OMS (in order to verify if a customer is affected by
an outage or has been restored)
An MDM system (in an effort to broker data for any or
all of the above applications).
The MS itself may also directly initiate a meter read
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