IEEE C37.238a:2023

IEEE C37.238a:2023

IEEE Standard Profile for Use of IEEE 1588™ Precision Time Protocol in Power System Applications Amendment 1: Adding a Type-Length-Value (TLV) to Indicate the Latest International Earth Rotation Service (IERS)-Specified Universal Time Coordinated (UTC) Leap Second Event

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This amendment to IEEE Std. C37.238™-2017 specifies a LEAP_SECOND_EVENT TLV to enable grandmaster-capable clocks to distribute leap second event and validity information in advance.

This amendment adds another TLV to the Announce messages, containing details of the latest Leap-second event specified by the International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service (IERS). The fields comprise the date of the latest event, plus the total accumulated seconds offset after the event. The TLV will also indicate for how long the latest event information may be considered valid (so clocks in holdover may continue to provide UTC time for more than 12 hours after loss of a time source).
The purpose of this standard is to facilitate adoption of IEEE Std 1588-2008 for power system applications requiring high-precision time synchronization. IEC/IEEE 61850-9-3:2016 and this standard specify a common subset of PTP parameters and options to provide global time availability, device interoperability, and failure management. This set of PTP parameters and options allows IEEE 1588-based time synchronization to be used in mission critical power system protection, control, automation, and data communication applications.

Información adicional

Autor Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Comité Power System Communications and Cybersecurity
Publicado por IEEE
Tipo de Documento Enmienda estándar
EAN ISBN 978-1-5044-7727-7
ICS 39.040.99 : Otros instrumentos para la medición del tiempo
Número de páginas 25
Modifica IEEE C37.238:2017
Palabra clave IEEE C37.238a-2023
Formulario de pedido