1896   detailQual failure should be more explicit

Created: 27 Nov 2023

Status: Approval (N/A)

Part: Part 7-2 (2020; Edition 2.1)

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Page: 200

Clause: Annex D Clarification on usage of quality

Paragraph: Table D.1

Issue

In table D.1, if the validity of the quality is invalid, the detailQual can be one or more of the below detailed reasons.
overflow
outOfRange
badReference
oscillatory
failure
oldData
For a protection, for example, a PTOC stage 1, if it is disabled/turned off, the validity of quality for str.general, str.phsA will be invalid, how can the detailQual be set?
The reason for being a little closer may be failure, but it is still not explicit.

Proposal

As there is no other bit can be used, change detailQual "failure" to "failure or off" seems not a good idea, I expect other's comments.

Discussion Created Status
Per previous comment, this is N/A. 13 Feb 24 Approval (N/A)
Clause D.1 is stating: "The reason for an invalid or questionable value of an attribute MAY be specified in more detail with further quality identifiers."
Being turned off is not equivalent to a failure.
Quality being modified by the LN.Beh does not require setting detail quality.
IEC 61850-7-4 Table A.2 request to set the q.validity to invalid when a LN.Beh is turned off. There is no other requirement to set the detailQuality.
Propose to set to N/A.
19 Dec 23 Triage

 

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