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What is a TALQ Functional Test

The TALQ Certification procedure defines a comprehensive set of technical tests that every TALQ-certified product must pass, based on its declared features.

The TALQ Consortium has defined a set of functional test cases written in easy-to-understand business-relevant language that group the technical tests, allowing customers to better comprehend the features implemented by the certified product.

Starting with version 2.6.0 of the protocol, the TALQ-certified products’ Capability Lists published on the TALQ website include the complete list of functional test cases, highlighting those achieved by the product.

 

Cities and utilities should include in their tenders the list of functional tests required for their specific needs. The tables below provide the complete list of functional test cases.

List of functional test cases for Gateways

ID Name Description
CFG-1 Support light point control features The Gateway successfully connects to a CMS and transmits its capabilities for light point control features and services.
CFG-2 Support cabinet control lighting features The Gateway successfully connects to a CMS and transmits its capabilities for cabinet control lighting features and services.
CFG-3 Support sensor-based light point control features The Gateway successfully connects to a CMS and transmits its capabilities for sensor-based light point control features and services.
CFG-4 Discovery of the network of devices The Gateway transmits all its devices to the CMS together with their configuration and asset information.
CFG-5 Initialize light point electrical alarm thresholds The Gateway is able to receive the light point electrical alarm thresholds from the CMS, including Lamp Voltage Too High/Low, Lamp Current Too High/Low, Active Power Too High/Low and Power Factor Too Low
CFG-6 Initialize and change the cabinet control alarm thresholds The Gateway is able to receive the cabinet control electrical alarm thresholds from the CMS, including <to be defined>
CFG-7 Initialize and change the light point parameters The Gateway is able to receive the light point parameters from the CMS.
CFG-8 Initialize and change a group of luminaires The Gateway is able to handle a command from the CMS to set or change a group of light points to assign them a control program.
CGF-9 Change the sampling frequency for measurements The Gateway is able to change the sampling of measurements and properly reflected in the next data log sent to the CMS.
CFG-10 Change the reporting frequency for measurements The Gateway is able to change the reporting frequency (how often it sends data logs to the CSM) for measurements.
CFG-11 Update the firmware of the hardware devices The Gateway supports data package service and accepts a data package to update firmware on a physical device.