IEC specifies the information content of a set of message types that can be used to support many of the business functions. INTERNATIONAL. STANDARD. IEC. First edition. Application integration at electric utilities –. System interfaces for distribution management. To build a scientific and efficient Distribution Management System (DMS), it is necessary to achieve sharing of data and avoid information silos.
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At the same time, this International Standard can be leveraged beyond information exchanges defined by IECsuch as for the integration of market systems or general enterprise integration.
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Thus, the imported network model data should be sufficient to allow performing network connectivity analysis, including network tracing, outage analysis, load flow calculations, etc.
It also provides the means for handling network connectivity and oec conditions. Included in this part of IEC are the general use cases for exchange of diagram layout data, and guidelines for linking the layout definitions with CIM data. Provides a glossary for the volume of work produced as part of the IEC series of publications.
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IEC specifies the information content of a set of message payloads that can be used to support many of the business functions related to network operations. This new edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect ice the previous edition: Interfaces for records and asset management “Specifies the information content of a set of message types that can be used to support many of the business functions related to records and ied management.
Standards Subscriptions from ANSI provides a money-saving, multi-user solution for accessing standards. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous one: Interface for network operations IEC SCADA is modeled to the extent necessary to support power system simulation and inter-control centre communication.
Proceed to Checkout Continue Shopping. This edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition: Guidelines and general requirements Provides a set of guidelines and general infrastructure capabilities required for the application of the EMS-API interface standards. Solved power system state profiles IEC Glossary Provides a glossary for the volume of work produced as part of the IEC series of publications.
Interface architecture and general recommendations IEC Diagram layout profile IEC This standard could be used for synchronizing geographical information system databases with remote control system databases.
They provide for interoperability among different computer systems, platforms, and languages. The CIM facilitates integration by defining a common language i. Finally, it makes it possible for utilities to locate customer telephone complaints and supervise the location of field crews.
As the voice of the U. Implementation profiles IEC Subsequent clauses of this standard are based on each interface identified in the IRM.
Typical uses of the message payloads defined in IEC include data acquisition by ifc systems, fault isolation, fault restoration, trouble management, maintenance of plant, and the commissioning of plant. Subscription pricing is determined by: Typical uses of the message types include network extension planning, copying feeder or other network data between systems, network or diagram edits and asset inspection.
Methods and technologies used to implement functionality conforming to these interfaces are recommended in IEC This set of standards is limited to the definition of interfaces. This new edition includes ifc following significant technical change with respect to the previous edition: From the standpoint of model export software used by a data producer, the document describes a minimum subset of CIM classes, attributes, and associations which must be present iwc an XML formatted data file for model exchange.
Describes typical integration scenarios where these standards are to be applied and the types of applications to be integrated. Supplies terms and abbreviations that are either specific to the series, or that require explanation because of the way that they are used. Provides a set of guidelines and general infrastructure capabilities required for the application of the EMS-API interface ied.
Major changes with respect to the first edition are summarized below: This glossary, accompanying the IEC series, is the second part in the series that, taken as a whole, defines oec for the major elements of an interface jec for distribution management systems DMS. Allows the exchange of instance data in bulk.
Guidelines for management of schematic definitions through multiple revisions lec also included. This standard is intended for two distinct audiences, data producers and data recipients, and may be read from two perspectives. The scope of this standard is the information model that extends the base CIM for the needs of distribution networks, as well as for integration with enterprise-wide information systems typically used within electrical utilities.
This second edition contains numerous new terms in support of IECas well as revisions to terms found in the first edition.
By providing a standard way of representing power system resources as object classes and attributes, along with their relationships, the CIM facilitates iiec integration of network applications developed independently by different vendors, between entire systems running network applications developed independently, or between a system running network applications and other systems concerned with different aspects of power system operations, such as generation or distribution management.
This document is intended for two distinct audiences, data producers and data recipients, and may be read from those two perspectives.