CPM 6000 \CPM 6010 Control Point Module

Features Tech Specs Datasheets
Proven, Secure, Multi-Application
Secure: built on industry leading security features. Reliable: provides a 20 year life. Extensible: connects to local devices to the NES System.
CPM 6000 Device
Open Standard, Reliable Platform
Control Point Modules are designed to enable partners to quickly and easily expand the NES eco-system. The CPM 6000 and 6010 are printed circuit board assembly modules with all that is required for reliable OSGP communication including power line communications chip, microprocessor, memory, full OSGP stack and M-BUS support. The CPM 6010 is designed for electricity smart meters and the CPM 6000 is designed for other types of smart grid devices. With this, partners can quickly integrate their existing products (electricity meters and smart grid devices) seamlessly with the NES system. 
CPM 6000/6010 Control Point Module Features CPM 6000 OSGP Implementation
Enables electricity meters and smart grid devices to integrate into NES’s proven three-tier smart metering and grid system.  Complete OSGP implementation. Supports remote firmware upgrades and reconfiguration.  M-bus master interface supports up to 4 M-bus devices.  2 pulse inputs for reading gas or water meters. 16 channel data logging and load profiling. Control signals for time-based and on-demand direct load control. Comprehensive event, outage, and informational logging.
Transform Your Product into a Smart Grid Sensing and Control Point
CPM 6000 & CPM 6010 Smart Grid Sensing
  • A wide array of I/O signals let you adapt the module to a variety of devices
  • Web services let users read and write high and low priority alarms and events
  • Automated NES discovery and topology mapping shows which utility transformer is serving highly dynamic loads, such as electric vehicle chargers
Reduce Development Time, Expense and Risk
CPM 6000 & CPM 6010 Meter Control
  • Reduces development time and expense, providing secure and scalable device control, as well as critical information about the low-voltage topology and health of the distribution line.
  • Development program provides hardware, software, training, and support — including power line coupling circuit design review by experienced NES support staff.
Expand Your Opportunity with a Proven, Market-Leading Smart Grid System
CPM 6000 & CPM 6010 Grid Software
  • Managed by DCN 3000 Distributed Control Node or DCN 1000 Data Concentrators, Control Point modules allow intelligent control for nearly real-time response to local smart grid conditions
Technical Specs
Power input 12V +/- 10% DC @ 70 mA typical, 350 mA while communicating; External 3V lithium battery required (2.5V minimum, 3.6V maximum)



Integration connector
  • 1 M-bus master interface that can manage up to 4 slave devices
  • 1 NES smart meter multipurpose expansion port serial interface
  • 2 pulse inputs for reading gas or water meters
  • 2 digital inputs for push button with pre-assigned functionality
  • M-bus auto discovery start or finish
  • Demand response event override
  • 1 set of digital outputs to drive a control relay 
  • 1 tamper switch input
  • 7 status LED drive signals:
  • M-bus auto-discovery mode
  • M-bus 1 device assigned
  • M-bus 2 device assigned
  • M-bus 3 device assigned
  • M-bus 4 device assigned
  • MEP device registered
  • PL communication signal received
  • 1 set of signals for optical port interface
  • 1 set of disconnect control signals