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LUL - G0213

Asset Condition Monitoring, Alarm and Alert Management

active, Most Current
Organization: LUL
Publication Date: 1 November 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 47
scope:

This guidance applies to those who specify, design, install, maintain and operate TfL ARCM systems.

This guidance document amplifies some specific requirements mandated by the LU standard S1213 'Asset Remote Condition Monitoring'.

Note: Sections of S1213 are quoted in appropriate sections within this document. Clauses and notes from the standard are shown as text in italics within a box as shown in the, for example below: 

All Remote Condition Monitoring (RCM) equipment shall be registered as an asset on the company asset register.

Purpose

The purpose of this document is to assist in the provision of a consistent and integrated Asset Remote Condition Monitoring (ARCM) approach within Transport for London (TfL).

Document History

G0213
November 1, 2017
Asset Condition Monitoring, Alarm and Alert Management
This guidance applies to those who specify, design, install, maintain and operate TfL ARCM systems. This guidance document amplifies some specific requirements mandated by the LU standard S1213...
February 1, 2016
Asset Condition Monitoring, Alarm and Alert Management
This guidance is provided for those who specify, design, install, maintain and operate Asset CM and or NM Systems on London Underground (LU) premises. This Guidance applies to all works required to...
April 1, 2013
Condition Monitoring
This Guidance applies to all work to implement new Condition Monitoring systems or to develop & expand existing Condition Monitoring systems. This guidance document explains the reasoning behind the...

References

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