Emerson LMS 1000 Handbook

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SAG586505000
SAG586505500
System Application Guide
Spec. No. 586505000 (Model LMS1000)
Spec. No. 586505500 (Model LMS1000)
Issue AZ, April 7, 2014
Page 1 of 62
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SYSTEM OVERVIEW
Description: A programmable monitoring, controlling, and data acquisition system designed for use in
telecommunications power sites.
Consists of a Main Cabinet which holds up to ten input/output circuit cards, in a cabinet
size that occupies two 19" or 23" relay rack spaces. For system expansion and/or to
monitor points at other locations, Supplemental (Expansion) Cabinets are available.
Each Expansion Cabinet holds up to ten input/output circuit cards, in a cabinet size that
occupies two 19" or 23" relay rack spaces. Also available are Expansion Assemblies
which provide an input circuit card equipped with a fixed number of analog and binary
input points in a sheet metal housing. These assemblies can be mounted inside
customer equipment. The Main Cabinet, Expansion Cabinets, and Expansion
Assemblies are interconnected via the LMS1000 network.
The Main Cabinet and Expansion Cabinets can be equipped with various input circuit
cards to monitor a variety of analog, binary, and temperature points. The Expansion
Assemblies are always equipped with an input circuit card to monitor a fixed number of
analog and binary points.
LMS1000 collects data from the input circuit cards. The data collected is used for alarm
processing and reporting, and to provide statistics.
LMS1000 is capable of reporting alarm conditions to a remote terminal, pager, or Email
address. For remote terminal or pager notification, the Main CPU circuit card must be
equipped with the optional modem. Two types of alarm reporting mechanisms are
provided, System Alarm Reporting and Individual User Alarm Reporting.
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Expansion Assembly
Main Cabinet
(Expansion Cabinet Similar)