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PD IEC/TS 62950:2017 Household and similar electrical appliances. Specifying smart capabilities, of appliances and devices. General aspects

PD IEC/TS 62950:2017

Household and similar electrical appliances. Specifying smart capabilities, of appliances and devices. General aspects

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Standard number:PD IEC/TS 62950:2017
Pages:38
Released:2018-05-31
ISBN:978 0 580 93487 2
Status:Standard
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PD IEC/TS 62950:2017


This standard PD IEC/TS 62950:2017 Household and similar electrical appliances. Specifying smart capabilities, of appliances and devices. General aspects is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 97.030 Domestic electrical appliances in general
  • 97.040.50 Small kitchen appliances
  • 13.120 Domestic safety
IEC TS 62950:2017(E) sets out a reference framework for defining and testing smart capabilities and smart operating modes of appliances, small scale energy supplies (SSESs) and other devices (ODs) (collectively termed 'smart devices' if they have the defined capabilities). This document does not set minimum requirements for appliances, SSESs or ODs.
This document focuses on electricity consumption but the principles and general architecture can be applied to other types of energy and other services. This document focuses on appliances, SSESs and ODs, but the principles and general architecture can also be applied to other products that are capable of being equipped with a device (energy) manager (DEM).
This document:
1) defines terms that describe the smart capabilities and smart operating modes of appliances, SSESs and ODs;
2) describes the way in which such products respond to certain standard instructions and conditions that are likely to arise in the operation of smart grids;
3) describes various approaches to measuring how the products respond in particular smart operating modes.