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Re: Counter Linky: Operating and user manual?

Unread Messageby izentrop » 17/06/18, 22:47

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Re: Counter Linky: Operating and user manual?

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izentrop wrote:Until then, whether at Enedis or CRE http://www.cre.fr/reseaux/reseaux-intel ... ge-evoluesthere is talk of communication with the local hub, not between them.
They do not communicate "really" between them, they serve (if necessary) relay to ensure the communication with the central.
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Re: Counter Linky: Operating and user manual?

Unread Messageby Gaston » 18/06/18, 10:36

sicetaitsimple wrote:But already there are electricity supply offers (I'm not going to advertise, there are several) to -30% at night (that already existed with HP // HC rates) but also all day the WE. I think that potentially it can interest a lot of people, especially families with both parents working.

And in my opinion it's just a start, it should be sophisticated in the future.
Yes, the Linky provides opportunities for operators that will (possibly) save some users.

By cons in terms of service provided to the user (especially for the end of its consumption, which was the main argument of Linky for the user), there is not much left.
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Re: Counter Linky: Operating and user manual?

Unread Messageby izentrop » 18/06/18, 18:27

Gaston wrote:
izentrop wrote:Until then, whether at Enedis or CRE http://www.cre.fr/reseaux/reseaux-intel ... ge-evoluesthere is talk of communication with the local hub, not between them.
They do not communicate "really" between them, they serve (if necessary) relay to ensure the communication with the central.
Yes indeed
Linky's G3 CPL offers a "range" of several kilometers using a frequency band of the order of 35 to 90 KHz (in France thanks to the CENELEC-A band dedicated to this purpose) and OFDM coding (orthogonal frequency -division multiplexing) with multiple error correction. Its actual throughput does not exceed 1 KB / s in the best case! The management of disturbances is a crucial point since, contrary to popular belief, the PLC does not "stop" at the meter - this would require a huge filter - and the signal flows upstream and downstream from Linky. As a direct consequence, all the electromagnetic pollution generated by the Ignor's ignored switching power supplies is also found in the ERDF power grid, well after the meter. Linky must therefore use a transmission mode that is highly resistant to disturbances.
So much for the physical layer (PHY) that defines the parameters of the electric signal CPL. Then there is a MAC layer and 6LoWPAN (IPv6 over Low-power Wireless Personal Area Network) that allows the interface with a network layer in IPv6 classic. Note that the MAC layer used in the Linky G3 CPL supports a so-called "Full Mesh" management mode that allows to opt for the best path so that the data reaches the concentrator even in a very disturbed environment. A meter can relay the signal from its neighbor to allow it to reach the concentrator indirectly. https://www.cpchardware.com/linky-fanta ... ealites/3/
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Re: Counter Linky: Operating and user manual?

Unread Messageby Remundo » 19/06/18, 00:51

thank you for the electronic gibberish, it looks very interesting.

All that to replace disc counters much more robust and reliable ... ah yes but it communicates! Great.
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Re: Counter Linky: Operating and user manual?

Unread Messageby izentrop » 19/06/18, 09:02

The other pages of the file are just as interesting
"The fear merchants are constantly talking about Linky's" toxic "radiation, stressing the" unscreened "character of the ERDF network, forgetting a noticeable precedent a little bit earlier.A signal with surprisingly similar characteristics (same range). of frequencies in kHz, same maximum power of 20 dBm, same OFDM modulation ...) has already been deployed in France on a large scale, and this on an unshielded network which was not planned for that at the origin: the ADSL The whole irrational argument of anti-waves about Linky can indeed be applied directly to the telephone network and to the ADSL However, neither electro-sensitive nor any association have yet denounced the "danger for the public health "that would represent the radiation of the signal ADSL in the unshielded telephone cables which circulate everywhere.Inversely, Robin des Toits even presents the ADSL on its site like presenting / displaying" no risk sanita After having praised the benefits of "analog" wireless phones, the association is no longer a contradiction ... " https://www.cpchardware.com/linky-fanta ... ealites/4/
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