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The goal of the IEC 61850 standard

Interoperability The ability for IEDs from one or several


manufacturer to exchange information and use
the information for the their own functions.

Free Configuration The standard shall support different philosophies


and allow a free allocation of functions e.g. it will
work equally well for centralized (RTU like) or
decentralized (SCS like) systems.

Long Term Stability The standard shall be future proof, i.e.


it must be able to follow the progress in
communication technology as well as
evolving system requirements.
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The Contents of IEC 61850

System Aspects Data Models


Part 1: Introduction and Basic Communication Structure for
Overview Substations and Feeder Equipment
Part 2: Glossary Part 7-4: Compatible Logical Node Classes and
Part 3: General Requirements Data Classes
Part 4: System and Project Part 7-3: Common Data Classes
Management
Part 5: Comm Requirements Abstract Comm. Services
for Functions and Basic Communication Structure for
Device Models Substations and Feeder Equipment
Part 7-2: Abstract Communication Services (ACSI)
Configuration Part 7-1: Principles and Models
Part 6: Configuration Lan-
guage for electrical Mapping to real Comm. Networks (SCSM)
Substation IEDs Part 8-1: Mapping to MMS
Part 9-1: Serial Unidirectional Multidrop Point-to-
Testing Point link
Part 10: Conform. Testing Part 9-2: Mapping on Ethernet based Process Bus
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State: August 2002 WD CD CDV FDIS IS


FDIS under preparation
The data model is process oriented...
Control
Q0/CSWI
Q8/CSWI
Q9/CSWI
Bay-HMI
IHMI
Earthing Switch
Q8_L1/XSWI
Gas density mon.
Q8_L1/SIMS

Isolator
Q9_L1/XSWI
Gas density mon.
Q9_L1/SIMS
Distance Protection
Secondary PDIS
Circuit Breaker
Q0_L1/XCBR
technology
Gas density mon.
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Q0_L1/SIMS Primary technology


IEC 61850 defines objects, data and services

The objects are the functions, that the user needs and knows from
everyday experience. They are called Logical Nodes in the standard.
For example XCBR with all defined data:

Local operation mandatory


Switch position mandatory
Circuit Breaker
Operation capability mandatory
XCBR
Operation counter optional

Mandatory and optional Data are associated with all objects

Access to object and data is standardized (Services)

The Objects and Data are self describing


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From function (application) to communication

Application Long-term definition


Slow Application
Domain Safe-guarding investments
Objects
Substation Services

Abstract Interface

Adaptation
Mapping
per selected stack

Stack Interface
7
6 MMS
5
4 TCP/IP Stack selection
3
Communication 2 following state-of-art
Fast Technology 1
Ethernet Communication technology

ISO/OSI Approach of
seven layer stack IEC61850
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The Data model is mapped unambiguously to an existing stack