IEEE 1909.1-2014 pdf free.IEEE Recommended Practice for Smart Grid Communications Equipment-Test Methods and Installation Requirements.
This document includes the recommended practice for testing and installing different types of smart grid communication equipment according to national and international standards available for equipment to be used in the smart grid.The recommended practice includes the safety, ! EMC, environmental, and mechanical battery of tests but excludes the interoperability testing. This document captures the recommended practice for communication equipment to be installed in various domains of the smart grid such as generation, transmission, and distribution.
The recommended practice helps the industry to place on the market communication equipment suitable for use and installation in different smart grid domains. Based on specific types of communication equipment and smart grid domains, the recommended practice creates a unified set of characteristics to which smart grid communication equipment should conform and be tested. It serves as a reference for all stakeholders interested in smart grid communication equipment installation and testing.
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For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply. The IEEE Standards Dictionary Online should be consulted for terms not defined in this clause.
automatic circuit recloser: A self-controlled device for automatically interrupting and reclosing an altermating-current circuit, with a predetermined sequence of opening and reclosing followed by resetting,hold-closed, or lock-out operation.
broadband powerline communications: A method of powerline communication that allows relatively high-speed digital data transmission over the public electric power distribution wiring.
creepage distance: The shortest distance between two conducting parts measured along the surface or joints of the insulating material between them.
data link: A physical communication connection [wireless, cabled (including wire and fber optic), etc. from a source to a destination.
dielectric withstand capability: The ability of insulating material and physical spacing to withstand specified overvoltages for a specified time without flashover or puncture.
electromagnetic compatibility: The condition that prevails when devices or networks perform their individually designed function in a common electromagnetic environment without causing or suffering unacceptable degradation due to electromagnetic interference to or from other equipment in the same environment.
electrostatic discharge (ESD): A transfer of electric charge between bodies of different electrostatic potential in proximity or through direct contact.
headend: The location in a broadband communication network that serves as the root for the branching tree comprising the physical medium; the point to which all inbound signals converge and the point from which all outbound signals emanate.
immunity (to disturbance): Ability of a device, equipment, or system to perform without degradation of performance in the presence of electromagnetic disturbance.
KYZ: The designation given to a relay used to create pulses for applications.
pad-mounted: A general term describing equipment positioned on a suface-mounted pad located outdoors. The equipment is usually enclosed with all exposed surfaces at ground potential.
partial discharge: An eletric discharge that only partially bridges the internal insulation.
protocol instance: An execution of a particular protocol that consists of the state of the communicating parties as well as the messages exchanged.IEEE 1909.1 pdf free download.