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E3-2.0 IMPLEMENTATION MODEL FOR GOOSE CONFIGURATION VIA SCL
GoID
The setVal data attribute is configured to a VisibleString with a maximum size of 129 octets. If the configured value is not
the empty string, only GOOSE messages with the corresponding string in the goID field are accepted. If the configured
value is the empty string, any value in the goID field is acceptable.
ConfRev
The setVal data attribute is configured to an integer number from 0 through 2147483647. If the configured value is not
zero, only GOOSE messages with the configured value in the confRev field are accepted. If the configured value is zero,
any value in the confRev field is acceptable.
InRefδδ
The intAddr data attribute is configured to either 1) a string that references the intermediate data attribute to which the
values received in the δδth member of accepted GOOSE messages are saved, or 2) in case the δδth member is not
subscribed to, "BOOLEAN", "FLOAT32", "INT32", "Dbpos", "Quality", or "Timestamp" according to the published type, or 3) ""
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(empty string) in the case where δδ is greater than the number of members in the subscribed GOOSE.
The first InRefδδ wherein intAddr is the empty string marks the end of the GOOSE message. Any following InRefδδ are
ignored.
The format of LGOS#.InRefδδ.intAddr references is the referenced logical node name, a period, the data object name, a
period, and the data attribute name. The LGOS#.InRefδδ.intAddr data attributes are in the same IED and same LDevice
element as the referenced intermediate data attribute, so inclusion of the IED name and logical device instance name is
unnecessary. In UR 7.30 and later, the referenced logical node name is always "GGIO3". The data object name is either
Indψ for BOOLEAN members, AnInψ for FLOAT32 members, or PosIndψ for double-point status members, where ψ is the
data object instance number. The data attribute name is either stVal for BOOLEAN or double point status members,
mag.f for FLOAT32 members, q for Quality members, or t for Timestamp members.
An example of LGOS#.InRefδδ.intAddr reference is as follows: GGIO3.Ind001.stVal
Note that LGOS#.InRefδδ data attribute setSrcRef is mandatory under the standard and is present. UR 7.30 and later
ignores any value in this data attribute on input, and may or may not preserve its value on output.

3.11.5 IID files

In UR-generated IID files, the LGOS configuration values outlined are identical to those in the most recently accepted CID
file.
UR Setup software offers the user a choice to generate an E3-2.0 model IID file or a G2 model IID file.
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