Wireless M-Bus or Wireless Meter-Bus is the European standard (EN ) that specifies the communication between utility meters and data loggers. The Wireless M Bus specification EN defines six different . Mode N: preamble length is configurable (value required by EN is 2 bytes). This document (EN ) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC “Communication systems for meters”, the secretariat of which is.
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BS EN 13757-4:2013
EN This part addresses relaying. Visit our product page for more details. It includes a variety of proposals for relaying data frames as a means of overcoming issues related to range between the meter and the data collection points. The full, current EN standards are available on-line from http: In this mode, the data collector may save power as the meter devices send a wake-up signal before sending their data. Wireless M-Bus was originally defined for Smart Metering i.
The interval between transmissions is configurable and 13757–4 range between several seconds sn several minutes.
What is Wireless M-Bus: Meter Bus Technology | Electronics Notes
Application layer, Datalink layer and Physical layer. The dialects see below and modes used in automatic meter reading AMR applications are set by the utility company and driven by their requirements.
Stationary operation C2, Compact For industrial WSN applications that are proprietary in nature, the dialect and mode can be chosen based on achieving optimum performance, while leveraging the built-in effectiveness, robustness, and security of the Wireless M-Bus standard. Suggest a question to add: This is Wireless M-Bus Wireless M-Bus is designed to be a robust, power efficient, long range wireless communication solution that operates in the license-free ISM bands.
Wireless meter readout Radio meter reading for operation in SRD bands. Please download Chrome or Firefox or view our browser tips. Popups No Popups Loaded? Similar to T1 but higher data-rate, 50 kbps.
Dialects have been developed, or are being developed, to meet various regional requirements. A variety of forms of modulation 1377-4 used dependent upon the mode of operation. This part addresses relaying.
The Wireless M-Bus standard was first published in and has since been improved based on feedback from several thousands of field installations in very harsh environments — after all, many water and gas meters are 13757-44 below ground level, in remote basements, sheds, or culverts. This is the Frequent T ransmit mode and metering devices periodically send data to collectors that are in range. Meter Bus Standard EN Parts Standard Specification Details EN Part 1 of the standard defines the data exchange, detailing the basic communication between meters rn a central data collector.
Communication systems for meters and remote reading of meters. Customers who bought this product also bought BS EN If you are designing an industrial WSN that will not communicate with devices from other suppliers, then you can view the dialects as best practices that can be used or not used as you decide. Supplier Directory For everything from distribution to test equipment, components and more, our directory covers it.
You may experience issues viewing this site in Internet Explorer 9, 10 or The Wireless M-Bus standard application layer provides for sending any sensor data, not just metering data, from the device to the collector using the descriptor DIF and VIF and the actual data in encrypted format.
Again, this is a bi-directional version of C1. The physical layer rn the Wireless Meter Bus needs to be relatively straightforward to enable the system to operate reliably and over long periods of time.
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The Wireless Meter Bus or Wireless M-Bus is aimed at remote reading of gas or electricity meters as well as ne other types of meters that may need to be read remotely. Optimized for battery operation and stationary operation. This website is best viewed with browser version of up to Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or Firefox 3. EN Part 3 of the standard addresses the dedicated application layer.