Inactive-Reserved Standard

IEEE 1701-2011

IEEE Standard for Optical Port Communication Protocol to Complement the Utility Industry End Device Data Tables

This standard provides multi-source and "plug and play" environment for the millions of metering devices in the field now and the future using the ANSI Type 2 optical port interface. It solves the problems associated with single source systems and with multi-source systems based upon proprietary communications protocols. Electric, water, and gas utilities and corresponding vendors can realize cost savings which ultimately shall benefit the client consumers of the utilities.

Standards Committee
SASB/SCC31 - SCC31 - Automatic Meter Reading and Energy Management
Status
Inactive-Reserved Standard
PAR Approval
2011-02-02
Board Approval
2011-02-02
History
Published:
2011-02-15
Inactivated Date:
2022-03-24

Working Group Details

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IEEE-SASB Coordinating Committees
Standards Committee
SASB/SCC31 - SCC31 - Automatic Meter Reading and Energy Management
Working Group
P1701 - P1701
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IEEE Program Manager
Malia Zaman
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Working Group Chair
Lawrence Kotewa

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P1701

Standard for Optical Port Communication Protocol to Complement the Utility Industry End Device Data Tables

The standard details the criteria required for communications with a Utility End Device by another device via an optical port. The optical port provides the lower layers communication protocol for the Utility metering Industry including specifically Water, Gas, and Electric. The Standard provides details for a complete implementation of an OSI 7-layer model in accordance with ISO/IEC 7498-1. The protocol specified in this document transports data in Table format. The Table definitions are in ANSI C12.19 (MC1219, IEEE 1377) Utility Industry End Device Data Tables.

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