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Support #632

APPID 0x4000 - Sampled Values

Added by Carlos Rodriguez del Castillo over 1 year ago. Updated about 1 year ago.

Status:
In Progress
Priority:
High
Assignee:
-
Category:
Standard clarification required
Start date:
12/16/2020
Due date:
06/16/2021 (about 14 months late)
% Done:

0%

Estimated time:
ID:
8
Source:
H30
TF Unique ID:
8 # H30
WG10 Proposal:
Estimated Completion:
Discuss in Upcoming Meeting:
No
To discuss in WG10:
No
Short Proposal:
Standard(s):

IEC 61850-9-2, IEC 61869-9


Description

IEC 61850-9-2 LE defines 0x4000 as the APPID to be used for SV sources.
IEC 61850-9-2 Ed2 and IEC 61869-9 indicates APPID 0x4000 means "lack of configuration" and encourage to assign unique APPID for each SV source in the system. Does "lack of configuration" mean than APPID 0x4000 is not valid any more? That could provoke an interOp problem with 9-2LE sources.
Opposite semantical definitions.

Tissue #1743 partially capture the issue as we think it does not state if tools and implementations will accept SV sources with APPID 0x4000.


Files

t1743.PNG View t1743.PNG 94 KB Carlos Rodriguez del Castillo, 02/16/2021 02:32 AM

Related issues

Related to IEC 61850 User Feedback Task Force - Support #541: APPID rules for backward compatible variants (9-2LE) shall be noted in IEC 61869-9Closed

Actions
#1

Updated by Carlos Rodriguez del Castillo over 1 year ago

  • Related to Support #541: APPID rules for backward compatible variants (9-2LE) shall be noted in IEC 61869-9 added
#2

Updated by Carlos Rodriguez del Castillo over 1 year ago

  • Status changed from New to In Progress
  • To discuss in WG10 set to Yes

Since 9-2 edition 1, 0x4000 means "lack of configuration". We have to clarify how to work with 9-2LE and 9-2 SV sources and what is expected from SCT/ICT.

#3

Updated by Carlos Rodriguez del Castillo over 1 year ago

  • Discuss in Upcoming Meeting changed from Yes to No
#4

Updated by Carlos Rodriguez del Castillo over 1 year ago

  • Due date set to 06/16/2021
#5

Updated by Carlos Rodriguez del Castillo about 1 year ago

  • To discuss in WG10 changed from Yes to No

2021-06-16 (WG10 plennary): 9-2 Editors should take a deeper look into the tissue.

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