Tag: Green-and-clean-technology

IEEE 1888.4-2016

Protocols are provided for measurement and control networks for home and residential quarters so that they can achieve green, smarter functions. The interactive data format between devices and systems–as well as the standardized definitions of the sensor, actuator, and equipment, together with the data communication processes–are specified. The data format definition for configuration and management-oriented functions; the data format definition for deployment and ontrol-oriented functions; and the method definition for conformance tests and interoperability tests are also included.

IEEE 1547a-2014

Changes to IEEE Std 1547-2003 existing 4.1.1 Voltage Regulation, 4.2.3 Voltage, and 4.2.4 Frequency are made by this amendment.

IEEE 1815-2012

The DNP3 protocol structure, functions, and interoperable application options (subset levels) are specified. The simplest application level is intended for low-cost distribution feeder devices, and the most complex for full-featured systems. The appropriate level is selected to suit the functionality required in each device. The protocol is suitable for operation on a variety of communication media consistent with the makeup of most electric power communication systems.

IEEE 1900.5.1-2020

A vendor-independent policy language for managing the functionality and behavior of dynamic spectrum access networks based on the language requirements defined in IEEE Std 1900.5™, IEEE Standard Policy Language Requirements and System Architectures for Dynamic Spectrum Access Systems, is defined in this standard.

IEEE 1888.1-2013

This standard describes network gateway access, control, and management; specifies control and management requirements; defines the system architecture, communication sequences, and enhanced functions for the protocols defined in IEEE 1888™, “Ubiquitous Green Community Control Network Protocol”; and extends the protocols and interfaces based on the requirements. This standard shall provide enhanced protocols, workflows, and message formats for the network gateway under control and management, such as registration, access, control, event handling, configuration, status querying, etc.

IEEE 1888.2-2014

This standard describes heterogeneous networks convergence and scalability, specifies the requirements of network convergence, extends the system architecture defined in IEEE Std 1888(TM), IEEE Standard for Ubiquitous Green Community Control Network Protocol, with two new IEEE 1888(TM) Components, i.e., the reconfigurable resolution server (RRS) and the intelligent application resolver (IAR), and generalizes primitive data type expressions and explicit field-bus data type management in IEEE 1888 systems. This standard enables IEEE 1888 systems to interoperate with heterogeneous access networks efficiently and improves the efficiency, flexibility, scalability and manageability of IEEE 1888 systems.

IEEE 1888.3-2013

The enhanced security management function for the protocol defined in IEEE 1888(TM), “Ubiquitous Green Community Control Network Protocol,” is described in this standard. Security requirements, system security architecture definitions, and a standardized description of authentication and authorization, along with security procedures and protocols, are specified. This standard can help avoid unintended data disclosure to the public and unauthorized access to resources, while providing enhanced integrity and confidentiality of transmitted data in the ubiquitous green community control network.

IEEE 1680.2-2012

A clear and consistent set of environmental performance criteria for the design of imaging equipment products is established, providing an opportunity to secure market recognition for efforts to reduce the environmental impact of electronic products. This standard is also intended to provide a tool for government, institutional, corporate, and consumer purchasers to identify products that demonstrate environmental leadership. The intent is that the standard will be updated and revised on a periodic basis to continue to set a higher performance standard for leadership products.

IEEE 1680.3-2012

A clear and consistent set of environmental performance criteria for the design of televisions is established, providing an opportunity for manufacturers to secure market recognition for efforts to reduce the environmental impact of electronic products. This standard is also intended to provide a tool for government, institutional, corporate, and consumer purchasers to identify products that demonstrate environmental leadership. This standard is intended to be updated and revised on a periodic basis to continue to set a higher performance standard for leadership products.
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