EN 13757-4 PDF

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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This part addresses relaying. Also defined in the EN standard are the R, Q, P and F modes, but they are rarely or never used, so they are not within the scope of this summary.

Wireless M-Bus Technology Overview

Transmission characteristics in table above are: This is known as the C ompact mode. Stationary operation C2, Compact 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 31757-4.

C1 Unidirectional This is known as the C ompact mode. Customers who bought this product also bought BS EN This particular form of mode is useful for walk-by or drive-by data collection C2 Bidirectional Again, this is a bi-directional version of C1.

It describes the standard application protocol used to enable a multivendor capability, thereby enabling devices from several different vendors to operate in a single system.

Radiocrafts can provide recommendations on what to choose based on the desired performance. This website is best viewed with browser version of up to Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or Firefox 3. Part 3 of the standard addresses the dedicated application layer.


What is Wireless M-Bus: Meter Bus Technology | Electronics Notes

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. Optimized for battery 1375-4 and stationary operation. Suggest a question to add: 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 137574 VIF and the actual data in encrypted format.

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The relative simplicity of the stack makes it very energy and code efficient. For industrial WSN applications that are proprietary in nature, the dialect and mode can be wn based on achieving optimum performance, while leveraging the built-in effectiveness, robustness, and security of the Wireless M-Bus standard.

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. The faster, easier way to work with standards.

CSN EN 13757-4

The interval between transmissions is configurable and may range between several seconds to several minutes. Wireless M-Bus RF layer The physical layer for the Wireless Meter Bus needs to be relatively straightforward to enable the system to operate reliably and over long periods of time. Radiocrafts has developed a document that serves as a simple way of designing and setting up the network, without having a deep understanding of all the features and option that comes with the standard.


It provides an overview of the communication system. There are different requirements for differing applications for WM Bus. Again this is a bi-directional version of the T1 mode. 31757-4 part of the Meter Bus standard addresses the physical and link layers for the physical data transmission 13577-4 wired connections. You may experience issues viewing this site in Internet Explorer 9, 10 or This part of 1375-74 standard addresses the Physical and Data Link Layers for wireless devices.

The standard is entitled: The dialects see below and modes used in automatic meter reading AMR applications are set by the utility company and driven by their requirements. The bus is specified in a European Norm specification: The most used modes today are the S, T, C and N modes, which are shown below. We use cookies to make our website easier to use and to better understand your needs.

The different modes and functions are allocated different frequencies and also data rates that can be used. Dependent upon the application, one of a number of communication modes can be selected.

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