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CLI-based Configuration Guide - AMI

AR500, AR510, AR531, AR550, AR1500, and AR2500 V200R010

This document describes the principles and configurations of the AMI features, and provides configuration examples of these features.
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Configuring a Pre-collection Template of Electrical Meters and Data Type and Data Items to Be Pre-collected

Configuring a Pre-collection Template of Electrical Meters and Data Type and Data Items to Be Pre-collected

Context

After you create a pre-collection template, specify data items to be pre-collected, and apply the pre-collection template to electrical meters, the device can pre-collect curve, hourly, daily, and monthly frozen data.

When the device communicates with electrical meters using ModBus, frozen data is not supported. In this case, you do not need to set the freezing interval.

When the device communicates with electrical meters using DLT645-07, the daily freezing mode can be set to dcu-frz-mode. In this mode, the DCU collects real-time data from electrical meters and saves it as the frozen data into the database.

Procedure

  1. Run the system-view command to enter the system view.
  2. Run the ami command to enter the AMI view.
  3. (Optional) Run the gather frzmode { meter-frz-mode | dcu-frz-mode } command to set the daily freezing mode.

    By default, the daily freezing mode is meter-frz-mode.

  4. Perform the following tasks according to data freezing types.

    Data Freezing Type Configuration Description
    curve gather curve-meters meter-id Sets the measurement point ID where curve frozen data needs to be collected.

    A maximum of 10 curve measurement points are supported.

    gather freezing-type curve interval-time Sets the curve freezing interval.

    By default, the curve freezing interval is 15 minutes.

    gather schedule curve-485 interval-minute Sets the curve data collection interval.

    By default, the curve data collection interval is 15 minutes.

    hour gather schedule { hour-485 | hour-hi-plc | hour-rf | hour-sfsk-plc | hour-zigbee } interval-hour Sets the hourly data collection interval.

    Hourly frozen data is collected every hour on the hour. By default, the hourly data collection interval is 1 hour.

    day -

    Daily frozen data is collected at midnight. Devices can automatically collect daily frozen data without requiring the command configuration.

    month -

    Monthly frozen data is collected at midnight on the first day of every month. Devices can automatically collect monthly frozen data without requiring the command configuration.

  5. Run the gather schedule { event-485 | event-hi-plc | event-rf | event-sfsk-plc | event-zigbee } interval-minute command to set the event collection intervals for the RS485, HI-PLC, RF, SFSK-PLC, and ZigBee channels. ModBus meters support only event collection over the RS485 channel.

    By default, the event collection intervals of RS485, HI-PLC, RF, SFSK-PLC, and ZigBee channels are 480 minutes.

  6. (Optional) Run the set channel-type { rs485 | hi-plc | rf | zigbee | sfsk-plc } timeout time-value command to set the timeout interval of data requests between the device and electrical meters.

    You can configure the timeout interval of data requests according to the actual networking between the device and electrical meters. For example, if there is interference on the link, you can increase the timeout interval.

    By default, the timeout intervals of RS485, HI-PLC, RF, ZigBee, or SFSK-PLC channels between the device and electrical meters are 6s, 15s, 15s, 15s, and 15s, respectively.

  7. Run the meter meter-id command to enter the meter view.

Verifying the Configuration

  • Run the display ami configuration gather command to check VIP users and the curve freezing interval.

  • Run the display ami configuration timeout command to check the timeout interval of the connection between the device and electrical meters through the RS485, HI-PLC, SFSK-PLC, ZigBee, and RF channels.

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Updated: 2019-03-07

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