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LUL - G2501

Signalling control systems (computer systems)

active, Most Current
Organization: LUL
Publication Date: 1 January 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 46
scope:

This guidance applies to all staff involved in the design / modification of signalling Control systems on the Bakerloo, Central, Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines

This guidance should be followed when planning and undertaking changes or modifications to existing systems on the Bakerloo, Central, Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines

Purpose

This document defines the guidelines to assist in the additions to, and the maintenance of, existing Control systems used on the Bakerloo, Central, Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines. It also defines the design principles used in the development of the Control systems

Signalling Control systems are implemented either as a distributed computer system or as a set of Electronic Programme Machines and relays/electronic modules. This document is the code of practice relating to the application of computer systems for signalling control

Document History

G2501
January 1, 2017
Signalling control systems (computer systems)
This guidance applies to all staff involved in the design / modification of signalling Control systems on the Bakerloo, Central, Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines This guidance should be followed...
March 1, 2012
Manual of Good Practice - Signalling control systems (computer systems)
The Control of the London Underground railway is exercised through a Control system of which the signalling Control system is a part. The philosophy of Signalling Control Systems is specified in...

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