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CRC calculation for DNP 3.0 protocol - tested in G80 by jcplaza@wiseaccess.com

Jun. 30, 2017   |   Snippet   |   Licensed as Apache 2.0   |   273 views

This a port from ANSI C for the CRC calculation used in DNP 3.0 protocol. Very useful to communicate with electrical power control and monitoring devices in power grids, such as reclosers, interruptors, capacitor banks, etc. We use it in our G80 based IoT device (named Wisebox M4F).

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jcplaza@wiseaccess.com 1 06/30 '17 at 01:11pm
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  1. // ======================================================================================
  2. // CRC DNP 3.0
  3. // Ported from ANSI C to c#
  4. // JC Plaza. jcplaza@wiseaccess.com
  5. // 2017-06-30
  6. // ======================================================================================
  7.  
  8. // HashTable
  9. public static UInt16[] crcLookUpTable = new UInt16[256] {
  10. 0x0000, 0x365E, 0x6CBC, 0x5AE2, 0xD978, 0xEF26, 0xB5C4, 0x839A,
  11. 0xFF89, 0xC9D7, 0x9335, 0xA56B, 0x26F1, 0x10AF, 0x4A4D, 0x7C13,
  12. 0xB26B, 0x8435, 0xDED7, 0xE889, 0x6B13, 0x5D4D, 0x07AF, 0x31F1,
  13. 0x4DE2, 0x7BBC, 0x215E, 0x1700, 0x949A, 0xA2C4, 0xF826, 0xCE78,
  14. 0x29AF, 0x1FF1, 0x4513, 0x734D, 0xF0D7, 0xC689, 0x9C6B, 0xAA35,
  15. 0xD626, 0xE078, 0xBA9A, 0x8CC4, 0x0F5E, 0x3900, 0x63E2, 0x55BC,
  16. 0x9BC4, 0xAD9A, 0xF778, 0xC126, 0x42BC, 0x74E2, 0x2E00, 0x185E,
  17. 0x644D, 0x5213, 0x08F1, 0x3EAF, 0xBD35, 0x8B6B, 0xD189, 0xE7D7,
  18. 0x535E, 0x6500, 0x3FE2, 0x09BC, 0x8A26, 0xBC78, 0xE69A, 0xD0C4,
  19. 0xACD7, 0x9A89, 0xC06B, 0xF635, 0x75AF, 0x43F1, 0x1913, 0x2F4D,
  20. 0xE135, 0xD76B, 0x8D89, 0xBBD7, 0x384D, 0x0E13, 0x54F1, 0x62AF,
  21. 0x1EBC, 0x28E2, 0x7200, 0x445E, 0xC7C4, 0xF19A, 0xAB78, 0x9D26,
  22. 0x7AF1, 0x4CAF, 0x164D, 0x2013, 0xA389, 0x95D7, 0xCF35, 0xF96B,
  23. 0x8578, 0xB326, 0xE9C4, 0xDF9A, 0x5C00, 0x6A5E, 0x30BC, 0x06E2,
  24. 0xC89A, 0xFEC4, 0xA426, 0x9278, 0x11E2, 0x27BC, 0x7D5E, 0x4B00,
  25. 0x3713, 0x014D, 0x5BAF, 0x6DF1, 0xEE6B, 0xD835, 0x82D7, 0xB489,
  26. 0xA6BC, 0x90E2, 0xCA00, 0xFC5E, 0x7FC4, 0x499A, 0x1378, 0x2526,
  27. 0x5935, 0x6F6B, 0x3589, 0x03D7, 0x804D, 0xB613, 0xECF1, 0xDAAF,
  28. 0x14D7, 0x2289, 0x786B, 0x4E35, 0xCDAF, 0xFBF1, 0xA113, 0x974D,
  29. 0xEB5E, 0xDD00, 0x87E2, 0xB1BC, 0x3226, 0x0478, 0x5E9A, 0x68C4,
  30. 0x8F13, 0xB94D, 0xE3AF, 0xD5F1, 0x566B, 0x6035, 0x3AD7, 0x0C89,
  31. 0x709A, 0x46C4, 0x1C26, 0x2A78, 0xA9E2, 0x9FBC, 0xC55E, 0xF300,
  32. 0x3D78, 0x0B26, 0x51C4, 0x679A, 0xE400, 0xD25E, 0x88BC, 0xBEE2,
  33. 0xC2F1, 0xF4AF, 0xAE4D, 0x9813, 0x1B89, 0x2DD7, 0x7735, 0x416B,
  34. 0xF5E2, 0xC3BC, 0x995E, 0xAF00, 0x2C9A, 0x1AC4, 0x4026, 0x7678,
  35. 0x0A6B, 0x3C35, 0x66D7, 0x5089, 0xD313, 0xE54D, 0xBFAF, 0x89F1,
  36. 0x4789, 0x71D7, 0x2B35, 0x1D6B, 0x9EF1, 0xA8AF, 0xF24D, 0xC413,
  37. 0xB800, 0x8E5E, 0xD4BC, 0xE2E2, 0x6178, 0x5726, 0x0DC4, 0x3B9A,
  38. 0xDC4D, 0xEA13, 0xB0F1, 0x86AF, 0x0535, 0x336B, 0x6989, 0x5FD7,
  39. 0x23C4, 0x159A, 0x4F78, 0x7926, 0xFABC, 0xCCE2, 0x9600, 0xA05E,
  40. 0x6E26, 0x5878, 0x029A, 0x34C4, 0xB75E, 0x8100, 0xDBE2, 0xEDBC,
  41. 0x91AF, 0xA7F1, 0xFD13, 0xCB4D, 0x48D7, 0x7E89, 0x246B, 0x1235
  42. };
  43.  
  44. // Get CRC for a single byte
  45. public static UInt16 DNPCRC (byte dataOctet, UInt16 crcAccum)
  46. {
  47. return (UInt16) ((crcAccum >> 8) ^ crcLookUpTable[(crcAccum ^ dataOctet) & 0xFF]);
  48. }
  49.  
  50. // Calculate and return DNP CRC (2 bytes) for a byte array
  51. public static byte[] get_DNPCRC(byte[] msg,int len)
  52. {
  53. byte[] msgCRC = new byte[2];
  54.  
  55. UInt16 miCRC = 0;
  56. int k;
  57. for (k = 0; k < len; k++)
  58. {
  59. miCRC = DNPCRC(msg[k], miCRC);
  60. }
  61. miCRC = (UInt16)~miCRC;
  62.  
  63. msgCRC[0] = (byte)miCRC;
  64. msgCRC[1] = (byte)(miCRC >> 8);
  65.  
  66. return msgCRC;
  67. }