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    Sensible DELIVERABLE

    Remote monitoring system for storage devices

    This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 645963.

    Deliverable number: D2.5

    Due date: 31.12.2016

    Nature1: R

    Dissemination Level1: PU

    Work Package: WP2

    Lead Beneficiary: 2 - Adevice

    Contributing Beneficiaries: GPTech, INDRA

    Reviewer(s): Alexis Bocquet, ARMINES

    1 Nature: R = Report, P = Prototype, D = Demonstrator, O = Other Dissemination level PU = Public

    PP = Restricted to other programme participants (including the Commission Services) RE = Restricted to a group specified by the consortium (including the Commission Services) CO = Confidential, only for members of the consortium (including the Commission Services) Restraint UE = Classified with the classification level "Restraint UE" according to Commission Deci-sion 2001/844 and amendments Confidential UE = Classified with the mention of the classification level "Confidential UE" according to Commission Decision 2001/844 and amendments Secret UE = Classified with the mention of the classification level "Secret UE" according to Com-mission Decision 2001/844 and amendments

  • DOCUMENT HISTORY

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    Version Date Description

    0.1 10/09/2016 Index created by ADEVICE

    0.2 18/10/2016 Included information about SM from vora and Nuremberg

    0.3 24/10/2016 Included pictures and diagrams

    0.4 07/11/2016 Version ready for review

    0.5 21/11/2016 Review done by A. Bocquet

    0.6 30/11/2016 Changes included after review process

    1.0 01/12/2016 Version ready for GA approval process

    1.1 02/12/2016 Comments by coordinator

    1.1_PUBLIC 07/12/2016 D2.5 Public version

  • TABLE OF CONTENT

    D2.5_SENSIBLE_Deliverable_v1.1_PUBLIC_final

    1 Introduction 5

    1.1 Purpose and Scope of the Deliverable .................................................. 5

    1.2 References .............................................................................................. 5

    1.3 Acronyms ................................................................................................ 6

    2 Scenario description 8

    2.1 Introduction ............................................................................................. 8

    3 Basics of performance 10

    3.1 Types of smart meters .......................................................................... 10

    3.2 Consumption/energy measurement .................................................... 11

    3.3 Configurable parameters...................................................................... 13

    3.4 Synchronization mechanisms ............................................................. 14

    4 External description 16

    4.1 Size ........................................................................................................ 16

    4.2 Connectors ............................................................................................ 16

    4.3 Accessories .......................................................................................... 17

    4.4 Installation example .............................................................................. 18

    5 Internal hardware architecture 19

    5.1 General overview .................................................................................. 19

    5.2 Power supply stage .............................................................................. 21

    5.3 Measurement acquisition stage: Signal adaptation ........................... 24

    5.4 Measurement acquisition stage: Measurement stage ........................ 25

    5.5 Real time processing unit (RTU) .......................................................... 27

    5.6 Communication stage (CMB) ............................................................... 28

    6 Performance detailed description 33

    Annex A 35

    Annex B 36

    Annex C 39

  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

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    Executive Summary

    This document belongs to Task 2.3: Improving power electronics, measurements and controls for storage devices, from WP2 Integration-related improvements of storage components.

    It includes the description of the smart meters that are going to be used in the different demonstrators in order to cover all the measurements requirements in each demon-strator.

    As these requirements will be slightly different in each demonstrator, different smart meters will be used to reach the expected target in all demonstrators.

  • INTRODUCTION

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    1 Introduction

    1.1 Purpose and Scope of the Deliverable This deliverable includes the description of all the smart meters (SM) to be used in the three demonstrators (vora, Nottingham and Nuremberg).

    As the requirements in each demonstrator are different, different SM will be deployed in each case.

    In the case of vora, EDP is leading this demonstrator with specific requirements about measurement period and integration with the management platform. So in this demon-strator, specific SM from EDP will be installed in vora.

    For the Nuremberg demonstrator, we have a similar situation; the measurement needs in this demonstrator are not so tight, so commercial (COTS) SM will be used with no needs of special development over them.

    A description of the SM used in the vora and Nuremberg demonstrators is included in the Annex chapters of this document: 0 Annex B and 0 Annex C .

    In the case of Nottingham, specific SM have been designed and developed in order to cover all the expected requirements and target. So the main content of this deliverable is related to the description of the development and operation process of the custom SM developed for the Nottingham demonstrator for all the expected houses and build-ings.

    1.2 References

    1.2.1 Internal documents [1] SENSIBLE Deliverable D1.2 Analysis of ICT Storage Integration Architectures;

    [2] SENSIBLE Deliverable D1.3 Use cases and requirements;

    [3] SENSIBLE Deliverable D1.4 Implementation plan for demonstrators;

    [4] SENSIBLE Deliverable D2.2 Advanced functionalities and requirements for stor-age devices.

    1.2.2 External documents [5] http://www.modbus.org/docs/Modbus_Messaging_Implementation_Guide_V1_0b

    .pdf

    [6] (EDP) EDP Box Han Protocol Specification_Ed1.0.pdf

    [7] (EDP) DMA-C44-506/N.pdf

    [8] https://www.intersil.com/en/products/timing-and-digital/rtcs/real-time-clocks/ISL1208.html

    [9] http://www.st.com/en/microcontrollers/stm32f0-series.html?querycriteria=productId=SS1574

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    [10] http://www.st.com/en/microcontrollers/stm32f2-series.html?querycriteria=productId=SS1575

    [11] http://www.analog.com/media/en/technical-documentation/data-sheets/ADE7880.pdf

    1.3 Acronyms AC Alternating Current

    ADB Acquisition Board

    ARM Advanced RISC Machine

    BPS Bauds per Second

    CAD Computer-Aided Design

    CHP Central Heating Pump

    CMB Communication Board

    COTS Commercial Off-The-Shelf

    CRC Cyclic redundancy check,

    DC Direct Current

    DLMS Device Language Message Specification

    DSP Digital Signal Processor

    EEPROM Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory

    EDP Energias de Portugal

    EMC Electro Magnetic Compatibility

    FW Firmware

    GND Ground

    I2C Inter-Integrated Circuit

    ID Identificator

    IP Internet Protocol

    LDO Low-Dropout Regulator

    mm millimetres

    OBIS OBject Identification System

    OSI Open System Interconnection

    PCB Printed Circuit Board

    PDU Protocol Data Unit

    PWM Pulse-Width Modulation

    QoS Quality of Service

    RMS Root Mean Square

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    RTC Real Time Clock

    RTU Real Time Unit

    SM Smart Meter 3x1-phase

    SM3 Smart Meter 3-phased

    TCP Transmission Control Protocol

    THD Total Harmonic Distortion

    VDC Voltage Direct Current

  • SCENARIO DESCRIPTION

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    2 Scenario description

    2.1 Introduction As commented before, the vora and Nuremberg demonstrators are using COTS SM, so this chapter will include a description of the Nottingham demonstrator, although the architecture expected in the three demonstrators are similar.

    2.1.1 Existing systems in demo scenario

    The relationship between all the systems installed for Nottingham demonstrator is de-scribed in the following picture.

    All systems will be connected to each other using a Modbus TCP/IP network. This net-work will be managed by the integration gateway acting as Master of the Modbus TCP/IP network.

    Figure 1: Overview of Nottingham demonstrators architecture

    Going a little bit deeper in the architecture, we can find two kinds of building, dwellings and Community buildings, as described in D1.4 [3].

    An example of interconnection between devices and systems is shown in the following picture:

  • SCENARIO DESCRIPTION

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    Figure 2: Example of Nottingham demonstrators architecture

  • BASICS OF PERFORMAN