A Python library for DLMS/COSEM
A Python library for DLMS/COSEM.
We only support Python 3.6+
pip install dlms-cosem
Full documentation can be found at www.dlms.dev
dlms-cosem is designed to be a tool with a simple API for working with DLMS/COSEM
enabled energy meters. It provides the lowest level function, as protocol state
management, APDU encoding/decoding, APDU encryption/decryption.
The library aims to provide a sans-io implementation of the DLMS/COSEM protocol so that the protocol code can be reused with several io-paradigms. As of now we provide a simple client implementation based on blocking I/O. This can be used over either a serial interface with HDLC or over TCP.
We have not implemented full support to be able to build a server (meter) emulator. If this is a use-case you need, consider sponsoring the development and contact us.
- AssociationRequest and AssociationRelease
- GET, GET.WITH_BLOCK, GET.WITH_LIST
- GlobalCiphering - Authenticated and Encrypted.
- HLS-GMAC auth
- Selective access via RangeDescriptor
- Parsing of ProfileGeneric buffers
A simple example:
from dlms_cosem.clients.dlms_client import DlmsClient from dlms_cosem import enumerations, cosem # read current client invocation counter with DlmsClient.with_tcp_transport( server_logical_address=1, client_logical_address=16, host="localhost", port=4059 ).session() as client: data = client.get( cosem.CosemAttribute( interface=enumerations.CosemInterface.DATA, instance=cosem.Obis(0, 0, 0x2B, 1, 0), attribute=2, ) )
Look at the different files in the
examples folder get a better feel on how to fully
use the library.
Technically we aim to support any DLMS enabled meter. The library is implementing all the low level DLMS, and you might need an abstraction layer to support everything in your meter.
DLMS/COSEM specifies many ways of performing tasks on a meter. It is customary that a meter also adheres to a companion standard. In the companion standard it is defined exactly how certain use-cases are to be performed and how data is modeled.
Examples of companion standards are:
- DSMR (Netherlands)
- IDIS (all Europe)
- UNI/TS 11291 (Italy)
On top of it all your DSO (Distribution Service Operator) might have ordered their meters with extra functionality or reduced functionality from one of the companion standards.
We have some meters we have run tests on or know the library is used for in production
- Pietro Fiorentini RSE 1,2 LA N1. Italian gas meter
- Iskraemeco AM550. IDIS compliant electricity meter.
This library is developed by Palmlund Wahlgren Innovative Technology AB. We are based in Sweden and are members of the DLMS User Association.
If you find a bug please raise an issue on Github.
We welcome contributions of any kind.
We add features depending on our own, and our clients use cases. If you need a feature implemented please contact us.
Training / Consultancy / Commercial Support
We offer consultancy service and training services around this library and general DLMS/COSEM. If you are interested in our services just reach out to us.
If you have implemented a solution based on this library we also offer a commercial support scheme.
All notable changes to this project will be documented in this file.
[21.3.2] - 2021-11-07
Updated dependencies and made it a bit more lenient so installing in other environments will allow for more versions.
[21.3.1] - 2021-06-14
- To handle the more complicated parsing problem of GET.WITH_LIST with compound data elements a new parser, DlmsDataParser, was added that focuses on only A-XDR DLMS data. Hopefully this can be be used instead of the A-XDR Parser when the parsing of ACSE services APDUs is built away
[21.3.0] - 2021-06-08
- Added HDLC UnnumberedInformationFrame.
- Ability to set timeout of transport layer at client level.
- A simpler way to change client address and invocation counter of a
DlmsClientto that reuseing a connection goes smoother
Obisthat can parse any viable string as OBIS.
- Added GET.WITH_LIST service.
- Renamed classes to exclude
Apduin class names. To have it consistent over the project.
- Simplified DataNotification
- Improved handling of pre-established associations
- Using the wrong data to decrypt now raises
DecryptionErrorinstead of InvalidTag
Obisnow returns in the format
1-8:188.8.131.52with a possible override of the separator.
- Removed the
- Some DLMS over TCP implementations will return partial data. The
BlockingTcpTransportnow keeps on trying to read the data until all data is received. Fixes #35.
- Fixed a bug in the HDLC layer that prevented correct sending of segmented information frames.
[21.2.2] - 2021-03-02
- Fixed missing state management for general ACTION usage
[21.2.1] - 2021-02-18
Fixed #23. Typo in A-XDR Parser. Just referenced the function and did not call it. Now DLMS data is interpreted correctly.
Fixed #20. It was possible that not calling the .shutdown() on socket before disconnecting made remote modems on meters, that have an embedded TCP/IP stack, keep the socket open and blocking subsequent calls.
[21.2.0] - 2021-01-28
- Support for basic SET service. No support for WITH_LIST or service specific block transfer
[21.1.2] - 2021-01-22
The standard DLMS way of dealing with timezones in datetime are via UTC offset. But the offset is the deviation from normal time to UTC not deviation from UTC. This results in -60 min deviation for UTC+01:00 for example. Previous solution assumed 60 min for UTC+01:00. Solved by negating all values for offset. Note that some DLMS companion standards handles the offset the previous way and in the future there will be need to handle both ways correctly.
Included typing-extensions in required packages.
[21.1.1] - 2021-01-13
- Better handling of TCP errors in
It is now explicitly possible to connect and disconnect a transport in the
DlmsClientinstead of it being done automatically in
.release_association(). Context manager
.session()works the same.
Client to server challenge of DlmsConnection is always created independent of auth method. But only used if needed.
- Removed conformance validation in DlmsConnection. It seems like meters don't always follow it so better to leave it up to the client.
[21.1.0] - 2021-01-12
- HDLC transport implementation
- TCP transport implementation
- DlMS client implementation
- Support for Get service including service specific block transfer
- Support for selective access via range descriptor
- Support for HLS authentication using HLS-GMAC.
- Support for GlobalCiphering
- Parsing of ProfileGeneric buffer
- Changed project versioning scheme to Calendar versioning
- UDP messages are now based WrapperProtocolDataUnit to be able to reuse WrapperHeader for TCP messages.
- Parsing of DLMS APDUs
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