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  • 1. Data Sheet Cisco Home Energy Management ® The Cisco Home Energy Management Solution (HEMS) combines the Home Energy Controller (HEC), with Cisco hosted Energy Management services to provide the utility useful tools and a managed platform for residential energy management . The Home Energy Management Solution (Figure 1) is designed for deployment in homes that are in the service territory of utilities implementing programs such as consumer energy management, peak time rebates, demand response, critical peak pricing, time-of-use pricing, microgeneration, and electric vehicle integration. The HEMS is ideal for implementing these programs while maintaining grid reliability, energy efficiency, customer participation, and customer satisfaction. The Home Energy Management Solution is an ideal complement to a utilities’ Smart Meter deployment to enhance the communications with the in-home devices and to confirm pricing program utilization. Cisco Home Energy Controller (HEC) helps residential customers monitor and control their energy use. In the home, an optional set of Cisco compatible, tested peripherals can be wirelessly connected to the HEC in order to provide monitoring and control of energy loads such as HVAC systems, pool pumps, water heaters, televisions, computers, and so on. Primary Cisco Home Energy Controller Series features: ● Engaging and easy to use, menu-driven touch screen-based, user interface ● Intuitive energy management applications for usage monitoring, budgeting, thermostat, appliance control, and so on ● Commonly used networking communications and security ◦ Smart Energy Profile (SEP 1.0) certified ZigBee network interface for communicating with smart meters deployed with utility advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) ◦ ERT meter reading capability provides compatibility with installed base of automated meter reading (AMR) deployments ◦ WiFi/Ethernet network interface, which allows for communicating with cloud-based device management system through user’s home broadband gateway and provides an alternate channel for utilities to communicate with the HEC ◦ Secure end-to-end data communications across wired and wireless media and networking protocols ● Ability to provision and manage a home area network (HAN) in order to monitor and control a variety of in- home devices, appliances, and energy loads© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public Information. Page 1 of 8
  • 2. Data Sheet Figure 1. Cisco Home Energy Controller Energy Management hosted services Another component of the Home Energy Management Solution is the hosted services to enable provisioning and support for the devices implemented in residential deployments. The Energy Management hosted services include: ● Provisioning and management ● Custom built/unique look and feel for the device ● Mass firmware updates to thousands of devices ● Integration with the utility backend applications and third party software (i.e. demand response analytics) Deployment Scenario with Home Energy Management Solution Figure 2 depicts a typical deployment scenario for utilities to implement a demand response or dynamic pricing program. The HEC communicates with the hosted Energy Management Solution through the home broadband connection. The HEC monitors and controls a programmable communicating thermostat (PCT) and a load control module (LCM) through a secondary ZigBee interface. The utility backend receives usage data from the smart meter through the AMI network. Demand Response or price events to the HEC can be sent to the HEC in two ways: through the AMI network and the smart meter ZigBee interface or through the HEC device management system, as a part of the Energy Software hosted services, and the broadband connection to the home. The latter option might require some custom integration effort. In addition, a hosted consumer portal can be developed by third parties to remotely access a subset of the HEC energy management functions on a mobile device.© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public Information. Page 2 of 8
  • 3. Data Sheet Figure 2. Sample Deployment Architecture Primary Business Benefits Table 1 lists business benefits of the Home Energy Management Solution for the utility, while Table 2 lists benefits for the energy consumer. Table 1. Primary Business Benefits of the Home Energy Management Solution (for Utilities) Benefits Description Public Policy: Reduce ● Driven by government carbon policies, utilities are looking at energy conservation rather than adding generation, as Carbon Emissions well as shifting generation from fossil fuels to renewables. ● HEM provides a means to integrate the residential consumer into the utility’s communication framework for energy management. Increase Grid ● Demand Response provides utilities a mechanism to shed load based on real-time conditions. DR using 1-way paging Reliability: Demand networks is being replaced with new 2-way Advanced Meter Infrastructure, along with use of home broadband Response Load connections. Control ● HEM provide a mechanism for utilities to use AMI and residential broadband networks to implement a more measurable and verifiable DR solution. Implement Time-of- ● Most utilities charge their consumers a flat rate/kwh, in spite of them paying higher wholesale prices during peak Use, Critical Peak consumption hours. This directly affects their bottom line as well as does nothing to help conservation during peak Pricing, Critical Peak hours. Rebates, Peak Time ● HEM will provide mechanisms to automate load shifting based on price of energy, without adversely affecting customer Rebate programs satisfaction when TOU/CPP/CPR/PTR pricing is implemented by utilities. Integrate EV, Storage ● Utilities would like to assess the overall impact of EVs, Battery Storage and Micro Generation to generation, and Micro Generation transmission and distribution, as well as consumer behavior. ● HEM will be the platform that integrates all components in the home to provide analytics and data mining opportunities.© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public Information. Page 3 of 8
  • 4. Data Sheet Table 2. Primary Business Benefits of the Home Energy Management Solution (for Consumers) Benefits Description Demand Response: ● Provides an easy-to-use application for utility-based pricing incentives to save energy and costs Savings Incentives ● Offers the consumer flexibility to temporarily opt out of pricing programs Time-of-Use and Critical ● Allows customers to set up general policies to automate energy consumption based on time of day Peak Pricing: Manage ● Allows residential customers to manage their energy budgets effectively Energy Budgets Being Green: Reduce ● Allows consumers to monitor and automatically reduce their energy consumption Carbon Footprint Integrate Components: ● Integrates all components in the home to provide complete energy visibility and control, including electric Vehicles, Storage, and vehicles, storage, and microgeneration Microgeneration Extensibility Features and Benefits The Home Energy Controller provides the customer an extensible platform offering investment protection for customers. Software upgrades can allow additional applications or newer versions of existing applications to be pushed to the device from the hosted Energy Software services. Firmware upgrades for ZigBee and Wifi radios will allow the device to communicate with newer peripheral devices or smart meters in the future. Managing the HEC: Device Management System as a part of the hosted services Figure 3 shows the interaction of the HEC with the different management systems Figure 3. HEC Device Management System The HEC is provisioned, monitored, and managed by the hosted DMS. Each utility or service provider customer has the ability to manage their own set of devices though one or more login accounts in DMS. HEC to DMS communication is managed by a DMS client running on the HEC. The DMS client uses a preconfigured polling interval to send heartbeats to the DMS through an HTTPS connection. Any command or notification from the DMS to the device is sent as the response to the heartbeat poll. Table 3 is a list of DMS features.© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public Information. Page 4 of 8
  • 5. Data Sheet Table 3. Device Management System Feature Set HTML Management GUI and Administration console Software/Firmware updates Group control ● Create and manage groups of devices ● Group scheduling for activities and repeat scheduled activities Remote configuration management Network Agnostic ● Client-based heartbeat ● DMS and Device are active participants in the management system ● Strong peering between DMS Client and Server Inspection ● Remote diagnostics ● Device usage and performance statistics Integration ● Message publishing and remote application triggering ● REST API for 3rd party integration ● Heartbeat mechanism between devices and server for monitoring, NAT traversal, traffic management, and a shared message bus Each service provider sees only their ● Hierarchical management: a provider can serve subproviders devices Web-based management interface ● Custom per service provider ● Manages deployments of devices Device groups ● Dynamic, static, cloned ● Apply campaigns to groups Runtime environment ● LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) Performance, Reliability, Scalability ● Scales to millions of deployed devices (simulation testing) ● Survive faults: network disconnection, server failures, POP failures ● Global Deployments for Large Carriers ● Passed Scalability, Security and Reliability Standards for Carrier Grade Deployments Utility/Third-Party Integration Mechanism with DMS DMS has the notion of channels that service endpoints that are either publishers or subscribers. Publishers can publish a message to a channel using a REST API (HTTP GETs/PUTs), that could be subscribed to by a client device or group of client devices. Summary The Cisco Home Energy Management solution provides a complete end to end solution for utilities and other providers intending to deliver a large-scale energy management solution for residential customers. The Home Energy Management solution is a key component of the Cisco Connected Grid solution for utilities. Table 4 shows product specifications, and Table 5 shows part numbers. Table 4. Cisco Connected Grid CGH-100-XXX Product Specifications Feature Specification Display 7 inch wide screen 24 bit color TFT LCD 800 x 480 Capacitive-touch, Active matrix LCD panel with LED backlighting Viewing Angles: 130 deg horizontal, 110 deg vertical Aspect Ratio: 15:9 Processor 1.1 GHz Intel Atom- includes hyper-threading and integrated GPU Memory DDR2 ECC DRAM 512 MB running at 533 MHz Storage (Flash): mNAND 1-2 GB (factory expandable to 64 GB) Ethernet 10/100/1000 base-TX with RJ45 connector on rear of unit© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public Information. Page 5 of 8
  • 6. Data Sheet WiFi 802.11 b/g/n Integrated via PCIe WMM QoS WEP, WPA, WPA2 encryption External USB 2.0 flash memory slots (Type A) 1 (using hub fanout = 3) ZigBee Smart Energy Profile 1.0 Certified SEP 1 .0 certified by National Technical Services (NTS), ECC implemented, tested with test certificates and production certificates . Interoperability testing done with Silver Spring Networks, iTron, Landis & Gyr ZigBee smart meters. ZigBee module firmware upgradable to SE 2.0 when available Encoder Receiver Transmitter (ERT) iTron certified radio module used, Compatible (CGH-100-7ZBE only) Cellular (GSM GPRS/EDGE/HSPA or CDMA Currently not available in CGH-100-7ZB, CGH-100-7ZBE models EV-DO) Operating System Ubuntu Linux 2.6.29 for Mobile Internet Devices (MID) Intel accelerated graphics support for OpenGL, MPEG2, MPEG4 part 10 (H.264) and other codecs Cryptography SSL Implemented in software, hardware used on some Intel chips Networking Protocols: Device to DMS HTTPS Communications Networking Protocols: Device to External HTTP(S), FTP, SFTP Communications Networking Protocols: others ARP, ICMP, DHCP, DNS Audio Intel HD Audio, IDT CODEC 3.5 mm jack for external stereo headphones Power-supply DC Power 5V, 4A Physical Specifications Dimensions (H x W x D) TBD Wall-mount No Weight TBD Environmental Specifications Operating Conditions Operating Temperature 32 ºF to 104ºF (0 to 40ºC) Operating Altitude 0-5000m (0-16666 ft) Operating Relative humidity 10% -85% Splash Proof RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC Nonoperating Conditions Temperature –4 to 140ºF (–20 to 60ºC) Relative humidity 5 to 95% noncondensing Durability Passed 10 point free drop test from 150 cm to carpet-covered steel plate from 80 cm onto steel plate Safety Passed UL and EC safety certifications IEC 60950-1, EN 60950-1, CSA/UL 60950 Regulatory Compliance Region Standard Scope of Testing US FCC 47CFR 15B clB EMI, EMC (Unintentional) US FCC Part 15 C EMI, EMC (Intentional) –tests power levels, harmonic interference US FCC Part 15 C (WiFi) Done by Broadcom US UL 60950-1 Safety certification (CE Scheme B: 40 countries covered) CAN CSA C22.2 #60950-1 Safety for Canada: Same as UL60950© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public Information. Page 6 of 8
  • 7. Data Sheet CAN ICES 003 EMI/EMC for Canada: Interference Causing Equipment Standard: related to power levels and bandwidth CE EN 300328 Europe: EMC CE EN 301 489-1/-17 Europe: EMC CE EN 50385 (EN62311 assessment) Europe: Safety for wireless devices (Specific Absorption Rate) CE EN 300 328 (WiFi) Europe: EMC CE EN 301 489-1/-17 (WiFi) Europe: EMC CE EN 55022 Europe: EMI CE EN 55024 Europe: EMI (immunity) CE EN 61000-3-2 Europe: Conductive emission of current harmonics into distribution mains CE IEC/EN 61000-3-3 Europe: Conductive emission (actual voltage fluctuations in distribution mains) CE EN 55022 (Ethernet) Europe: EMI for Ethernet CE EN 55024 (Ethernet) Europe: EMI (immunity) for Ethernet CE EN 61000-3-2 (Ethernet) Europe: Conductive emission of current harmonics into distribution mains CE EN 61000-3-3 (Ethernet) Europe: Conductive emission (actual voltage fluctuations in distribution mains) CE IEC 60950-1 (CB Scheme) IEC Safety related standard CE S-911494 European Safety Mark (good to have, as SPs often look for that) Table 5. Part Numbers SKU Name SKU Description Connected Grid Home CGH-100-7ZB Cisco HEC with Ethernet, WiFi, ZigBee CGH-100-7ZBE Cisco HEC with Ethernet, WiFi, ZigBee, and ERT L-CGH-100-ESW Energy Software License, 1 year CGH-100-7ZB-50BDL 50 seat Bundle Includes HEC, and 1 year license for software, cloud services, warranty and support CGH-100-7ZB-100BDL 100 seat Bundle Includes HEC, and 1 year license for software, cloud services, warranty and support CGH-100-7ZB-250BDL 250 seat Bundle Includes HEC, and 1 year license for software, cloud services, warranty and support CGH-100-7ZB-500BDL 500 seat Bundle Includes HEC, and 1 year license for software, cloud services, warranty and support CGH-100-7ZBE-50BDL 50 Seat Bundle includes HEC, and 1 year license for software, cloud services, warranty and support CGH-100-7ZBE-100BDL 100 Seat Bundle includes HEC, and 1 year license for software, cloud services, warranty and support CGH-100-7ZBE-250BDL 250 Seat Bundle includes HEC, and 1 year license for software, cloud services, warranty and support CGH-100-7ZBE-500BDL 500 Seat Bundle includes HEC, and 1 year license for software, cloud services, warranty and support Ordering Information For more information about product availability, contact your Cisco representative. Cisco and Partner Services for Utilities Services from Cisco and our certified partners can help you transform the network and accelerate business innovation across the grid and enterprise. We have the depth and breadth of expertise to create a clear, replicable, optimized branch footprint across technologies. Planning and design services align technology with business goals and can increase the accuracy, speed, and efficiency of deployment. Technical services help improve operational efficiency, save money, and mitigate risk. Optimization services are designed to continuously improve performance and help your team succeed with new technologies. For more information, visit http://www.cisco.com/go/services.© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public Information. Page 7 of 8
  • 8. Data SheetPrinted in USA C78-603194-00 06/10© 2010 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. This document is Cisco Public Information. Page 8 of 8

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