LMS-2450-ME-100 Hardware Installation Guide

LMS-2450-ME-100 Hardware
Installation Guide
This document covers:
“Package Contents” on page 1
“Minimum Software Required” on page 2
“Rack-Mount Instructions” on page 2
“Connectors and Indicators” on page 5
“Maintenance” on page 25
“Specifications” on page 25
“Safety and Regulatory Compliance” on page 26
“Support” on page 27
Package Contents
Your LMS-2450-ME-100 package contains:

LMS-2450-ME-100 chassis, with blank plates covering the bays and slots

Management cable providing console and maintenance connections, and a reset button

4-pin T-coding female M12 power connector

LSI rack retaining hooks for the front of the unit

4 x 6-32 Phillips screws (for attaching the hold-fasts)
Contact support at (408) 988-8672 if any of these items are damaged or missing.
The following optional components are also available:

IC-WIFI-11N 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi type-2 interface cards

IC-LTE 4G cellular type-2 interface cards

IC-GPS-P precision GPS type-2 interface cards

IC-LTE-GPS 4G GPS type-2 interface cards

IC-LTE-G global 4G cellular type-2 interface cards

SM-GE-6M 6 port Gigabit Ethernet switch type-1 Smart Modules

SM-IC-JK type-1 Smart Module jacket cards

SM-AE-AK application engine type-1 Smart Modules

USB flash drive for upgrading large installations
Part Number: LMS-2450-ME-100-HIG-04, November, 2015
© 2015 Lilee Systems, Ltd.
Minimum Software Required
The LMS-2450-ME-100 requires LileeOS 3.0 or later.
Rack-Mount Instructions
You can use the included retaining hooks to install the LMS-2450-ME-100 in an LSI rack, a standard rack for
mounting electronic equipment in a mobile environment.
All installation, replacement, and service to this equipment should be performed by trained and qualified
personnel.
Follow electrostatic precautions whenever installing the LMS-2450-ME-100. To prevent malfunction or damage
from electrostatic discharge, ground the LMS-2450-ME-100. Before touching components, or connecting or
disconnecting cables, touch a metal object to dissipate body charge.
Ensure that the power cord is disconnected whenever you service, install, or move the LMS-2450-ME-100.
Do not install in a site where the ambient temperature exceeds the rated temperature of -40 to 158 °F (-40 to 70
°C).
1. If attached, remove the power cable.
2. Attach the two LSI rack retaining hooks to the front of the LMS-2450-ME-100 using the four included 6-32
screws.
3. Screw two alignment pins into the LSI rack, with three empty holes between them, as shown in Figure 1.
4. Place the LMS-2450-ME-100 in the LSI rack. Align the alignment pins in the rack with the holes in the back of
the LMS-2450-ME-100, as shown in Figure 1.
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Figure 1 Aligning the back of the LMS-2450-ME-100
5. Slide the LMS-2450-ME-100 into place, with the alignment pins anchoring the back of the unit.
6. Swing the thumbscrew on a hold-fast over one of the retaining hooks on the LMS-2450-ME-100, as shown in
Figure 2.
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Figure 2 Fastening the thumbscrews over the retaining hooks
7. Tighten the thumbscrew finger tight.
8. Tighten the retaining nut to hold the thumbscrew in place.
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9. Repeat for the other hold-fast.
You can now safely power up the unit, as described in “Connecting Power” on page 4. After successful boot-up, the
PWR and RDY LEDs are solid green. If the LEDs are not solid green, see “Chassis LED Indicators” on page 19.
To uninstall the LMS-2450-ME-100, reverse these instructions.
Connecting Power
The LMS-2450-ME-100 does not have a power switch. To power the unit off, disconnect the power cable.
Do not apply voltage levels that exceed the specified voltage range of 10–30 VDC. Doing so can cause fire and/or
an electrical shock.
The fuse between the power source and the LMS-2450-ME-100 must comply with UL 275.
To power the unit, you need:

Wire cutter/crimper/stripper

The included 4-pin T-coding female M12 power connector

A four 18 AWG strand power cable long enough to reach your DC power source
To power the unit on, follow all electrical safety guidelines. Power should be connected only by a licensed
electrician.
Always remove power from the DC circuit before performing any electrical work.
Always work with a partner who can disconnect the circuit, if necessary, or call emergency services.
The pin-out for connecting the DC power cables to the 4-pin T-coding male M12 connector, which is on the unit, is
shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3 4-pin T-coding male M12 connector pin-out
–
1 +
4
– 3
2
+
The pin-out for wiring the included 4-pin T-coding female M12 connector is shown in Figure 4.
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Figure 4 4-pin T-coding female M12 connector pin-out
3
4
–
+
–
1
+
2
When you connect power, the unit goes through a boot-up sequence. During boot-up, the chassis powers only
occupied slots.
After successful boot-up, the chassis PWR and RDY LEDs, and the installed module and card PWR LEDs are solid
green. If the LEDs are not solid green, see “Chassis LED Indicators” on page 19.
Connectors and Indicators
Figure 5 illustrates the connectors and indicators on the LMS-2450-ME-100.
Figure 5 LMS-2450-ME-100 front
ME-100
2
4
1
PWR
PWR
LNK
LNK
MODE
MODE
IC-LTE
IC-WIFI--11N
PWR
SM-IC-JK
RDY
3
2
1
0/2
0/1
PWR
PWR
LNK
LNK
MODE
MODE
IC-LTE
IC-LTE
RDY
FLASH
ALM
MGMT
0
1
DC IN
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PWR
Module Bays
The LMS-2450-ME-100 has four module bays for type-1 Smart Modules.
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Installing Smart Modules
To install or replace a Smart Module:
1. Disconnect power from the LMS-2450-ME-100.
2. If you are replacing an existing Smart Module, remove all connections from any ports.
3. Unscrew the four captive screws on the existing module or blank plate.
4. Remove the module or blank plate.
5. Slide the new module into the empty bay, as shown in Figure 6. The sides of the PCB rest inside the guiderails in
the bay.
Figure 6 Inserting a Smart Module
1
PW
R
RD
Y
SM
-IC
2
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-JK
6. Push the module in gently until it seats. When seated correctly, the module faceplate is flush with the chassis
faceplate.
You must keep the module straight and level while inserting it, as it fits very tightly in the bay and any angles cause
the PCB to catch on the sides of the bay. If the module is difficult to insert, simply straighten the module and try
again.
7. Tighten the four captive screws on the module.
8. Power on the LMS-2450-ME-100.
9. After the chassis boot-up sequence the PWR LED on the module turns green.
The module is installed and ready for use.
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Smart Module Jacket Cards (SM-IC-JK)
Each Smart Module Jacket Card accommodates two interface cards. Table 1 lists the LED behaviors and meanings.
Table 1 Smart Module Jacket Card LED indicators
LED
Behavior
Meaning
PWR
Off
No power
Green
Powered up
Off
Module either deactivated or not initialized
Green
Module successfully initialized
RDY
6 Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch Smart Modules (SM-GE-6M)
The 6 Port Switch Smart Module has six Gigabit Ethernet ports for connecting to a local network via 8-pin A-coding
M12 screw-on barrel-type connectors. You must create your own cables to connect to these ports (this allows you to
create cables of the appropriate length). To create cables you need the following:

Wire cutter/crimper/stripper

Appropriate lengths of cable

8-pin A-Coding male M12 connectors

Appropriate network connectors
To create an M12-to-RJ45 cable, see “Gigabit Ethernet Ports” on page 22.
Table 2 lists the module LED behaviors and meanings.
Table 2 Gigabit Ethernet Switch Smart Module LED indicators
LED
Behavior
Meaning
PWR
Off
No power
Green
Powered up
Off
Module either deactivated or not initialized
Green
Module successfully initialized
Off
No link
Green flashing
Data traffic
Green
Link established but no traffic
RDY
LINK
Application Engine Smart Modules (SM-AE-AK)
The Application Engine Smart Module ships with a BR2032 lithium ion battery. You must install this battery in the
module before installing the module in the chassis. The battery allows the module to maintain the real-time clock
through power disruptions.
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If you do not install the battery, or the battery dies, any power disruption causes the real-time clock to be reset to the
factory default date.
Use the included battery. Do not use a different battery. Using the wrong type of battery can cause an explosion.
Contact Lilee Systems technical support for a battery replacement.
To install the battery:
1. Remove the existing battery (if you are replacing a dead battery) by inserting a small plastic flat-head screwdriver
(or something similar that is not conductive) under the battery on the side opposite the retaining lip, as shown in
Figure 7.
Figure 7 Removing the battery
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BR2032
2. Insert the new battery by sliding it under the retaining lip, as shown in Figure 8.
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Figure 8 Inserting the battery
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BR2032
3. Press the battery firmly in place.
4. The battery is now installed.
The Application Engine Smart Module has the following connectors:




VGA, via a 17-pin A-coding female M12 connector, for connecting a monitor
USB, via an 8-pin A-coding female M12 connector, for connecting up to three USB devices, such as a keyboard
or mouse
ETH0, via an 8-pin A-coding male M12 connector, for making a direct Ethernet connection to the Application
Engine
USB, via a USB connector behind the dust control door labeled Flash, providing external storage
You must create your own cables to connect to the VGA, USB, and ETH0 ports (this allows you to create cables of
the appropriate length). To create cables you need the following:

Wire cutter/crimper/stripper

Appropriate lengths of cable

8-pin A-coding male M12 connectors for the USB and ETH0 cables

17-pin A-coding male M12 connector for the VGA cable

Appropriate network connectors
To create an M12-to-VGA cable for the VGA port, use Figure 9, Figure 10, and Table 3.
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Figure 9 17-pin A-coding male M12 connector pin-out
1
10
9
8
11
2
3
12
17
16
4
13
15
14
7
6
5
Figure 10 Male VGA connector pin-out
5
4
10
15
3
9
14
2
8
13
1
7
12
6
11
Table 3 VGA cable wiring diagram
M12 pin
VGA pin
Signal
1
1
R
2
2
G
3
3
B
4
13
H-SYNC
5
14
V-SYNC
6
12
DDC-DATA
7
15
DDC-CLK
8
10
GND
9
9
+5V
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Table 3 VGA cable wiring diagram (Continued)
M12 pin
VGA pin
Signal
10
–
TMDS CLOCK –
11
–
TMDS CLOCK +
12
–
TMDS DATA 0 –
13
–
TMDS DATA 0 +
14
–
TMDS DATA 1 –
15
–
TMDS DATA 1 +
16
–
TMDS DATA 2 –
17
–
TMDS DATA 2 +
The VGA port provides HD output, so you can also connect directly to a DVI-I port. To create an M12-to-DVI cable,
use Figure 9, Figure 11, and Table 4.
Figure 11 Male DVI-I connector pin-out
C2
C1
C5
C4
C3
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
Table 4 DVI-I cable wiring diagram
M12 pin
DVI-I pin
Signal
1
C1
R
2
C2
G
3
C3
B
4
C4
H-SYNC
5
8
V-SYNC
6
7
DDC-DATA
7
6
DDC-CLK
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Table 4 DVI-I cable wiring diagram (Continued)
M12 pin
DVI-I pin
Signal
8
15
GND
9
14
+5V
10
11
24
23
TMDS CLOCK –
TMDS CLOCK +
12
13
17
18
TMDS DATA 0 –
TMDS DATA 0 +
14
15
9
10
TMDS DATA 1 –
TMDS DATA 1 +
16
17
1
2
TMDS DATA 2 –
TMDS DATA 2 +
To create an M12-to-three-USB cable for the USB port, use Figure 12, Figure 13, and Table 5.
Figure 12 8-pin A-coding male M12 connector pin-out
2
1
3
7
8
6
4
5
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Figure 13 Male USB connector pin-out
1
2
3
4
Table 5 USB cable wiring diagram
M12 pin USB 1
USB 2 USB 3 Signal
1
3
USB P0 +
2
2
USB P0 –
3
3
USB P1 +
4
2
USB P1 –
5
1
1
1
+5V
6
4
4
4
GND
7
3
USB P2 +
8
2
USB P2 –
To create an M12-to-RJ45 cable for the ETH0 port, see “Gigabit Ethernet Ports” on page 22.
Table 6 lists the module LED behaviors and meanings.
Table 6 Application Engine Smart Module LED indicators
LED
Behavior
Meaning
PWR
Off
No power
Green
Powered up
Off
Application engine not running
Amber flashing
Application engine hard drive activity
Green
Application engine running
CPU
AUX
Off/green/amber/flashing Reserved for use by custom applications
ETH0
Off
No link
Green
Linked
Amber flashing
Data traffic
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Interface Card Slots
The LMS-2450-ME-100 has two built-in slots near the bottom of the chassis for type-2 interface cards. In the
example shown in Figure 14, these slots have IC-LTE cards installed. LileeOS considers those cards to be in slot 0.
You can also install two type-2 interface cards in a Smart Module Jacket Card. In this example an IC-LTE card and
an IC-WIFI-11N card are installed in a Smart Module Jacket Card that is installed in bay 4.
Figure 14 Type-2 interface card slots
ME-100
2
4
1
PWR
PWR
LNK
LNK
MODE
MODE
IC-LTE
IC-WIFI--11N
PWR
SM-IC-JK
RDY
3
2
1
0/2
0/1
PWR
PWR
LNK
LNK
MODE
MODE
IC-LTE
IC-LTE
RDY
FLASH
ALM
MGMT
0
1
DC IN
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Installing Interface Cards
To replace or add an interface card in the chassis or a Smart Module Jacket Card:
1. Remove power from the LMS-2450-ME-100.
2. Unscrew the two captive screws on the existing card or blank plate.
3. Remove the card or blank plate.
4. Slide the new card into the empty slot. In the example shown in Figure 15, the card is inserted in slot 1 of the
Smart Module Jacket Card, which is in bay 1 of the chassis. The sides of the PCB rest inside the guiderails in the
slot.
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Figure 15 Inserting an interface card
1
PW
R
RD
Y
PW
IC-L
TE
SM
R
-IC
LN
K
-JK
MO
2
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5. Push the card in gently until it seats. When seated correctly, the card faceplate is flush with the chassis faceplate.
You must keep the card straight and level while inserting it, as it fits very tightly in the bay and any angles cause
the PCB to catch on the sides of the bay. If the card is difficult to insert, simply straighten the card and try again.
6. Tighten the two captive screws on the card.
7. Power on the LMS-2450-ME-100.
8. After the chassis boot-up sequence the PWR LED on the card turns green.
The card is installed and ready to be connected.
802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi Interface Card (IC-WIFI-11N)
The 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi interface card has two male RP TNC connectors for connecting Wi-Fi antennas.
The card also has three LEDs, as described in Table 7:
Table 7 Wi-Fi interface card LED indicators
LED
Behavior
Meaning
PWR
Off
No power
Green
Powered up
Off
No WLAN connection, and LMS-2450-ME-100 not configured as an AP
Green
WLAN connection, or LMS-2450-ME-100 configured as an AP
Green
2.4 GHz connection
Amber
5 GHz connection
LINK
MODE
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Precision GPS Interface Card (IC-GPS-P)
The Precision GPS interface card has two female TNC connectors, one for connecting GPS and one for a 1PPS
signal.
The card also has three LEDs, as described in Table 8:
Table 8 Precision GPS interface card LED indicators
LED
Behavior
Meaning
PWR
Off
No power
Green
Powered up
Off
No 3D location acquired
Green
3D location acquired
Off
Precision greater than 30 meters
Amber
Precision within 3 – 30 meters
Green
Precision less than 3 meters
GPS
MODE
We recommend that you install the Precision GPS interface card in slot 0/1. If installed in this slot, it can provide a 1
PPS clock signal to the other slots. If installed in another slot, it still provides GPS functionality, but not the 1 PPS
signal.
LTE 4G Cellular Interface Card (IC-LTE)
The LTE 4G cellular interface card has two female TNC connectors for connecting cellular antennas. Use the
connector on the right for the main antenna. Always connect both antennas when using this module; we do not
recommend using a single antenna.
The card also has three LEDs, as described in Table 9:
Table 9 LTE 4G interface card LED indicators
LED
Behavior
Meaning
PWR
Off
No power or system asleep
Green
Powered up
Off
No cellular connection
Green
Cellular connection
Green
4G connection
Amber
3G connection
LINK
MODE
The LTE 4G cellular interface card has two slots for mini-SIM cards. To replace a mini-SIM card:
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1. Remove the mini-SIM card retaining bracket using a magnetized size 0 Phillips screwdriver, as shown in Figure
16.
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Figure 16 Removing the retaining bracket
Keep the screw and bracket handy, so you can reinstall the bracket.
2. If there is a mini-SIM card installed, remove it by pushing the card further into the slot. When you hear a click, a
spring pushes the mini-SIM card out, as shown in Figure 17.
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Figure 17 Removing an installed mini-SIM card
3. Insert the new mini-SIM card, as shown in Figure 18, with the notch facing the front of the card and the metallic
contact facing the PCB. You will feel resistance as the card pushes against a spring. When you hear a click, the
card is installed.
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Figure 18 Inserting a mini-SIM card
4. If you are installing another mini-SIM card, repeat step 3.
5. Reinstall the mini-SIM card retaining bracket.
Always reinstall the mini-SIM card retaining bracket. If you forget, heavy vibration or shock could cause one of the
mini-SIM cards to vibrate loose.
The mini-SIM card is now installed.
LTE GPS Interface Card (IC-LTE-GPS)
The LTE GPS interface card has three female SMA connectors for connecting two cellular antennas and a GPS
antenna.
The card also has three LEDs, as described in Table 10:
Table 10 GPS interface card LED indicators
LED
Behavior
Meaning
PWR
Off
No power
Green
Powered up
Off
No 3D location acquired
Green
3D location acquired
Off
No cellular connection
Green
4G connection
Amber
3G connection
GPS
MODE
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The LTE GPS interface card has two slots on the bottom for mini-SIM cards. To replace a mini-SIM card, follow the
instructions in “LTE 4G Cellular Interface Card (IC-LTE)” on page 16.
Global LTE 4G Cellular Interface Card (IC-LTE-G)
The Global LTE 4G cellular interface card has two female TNC connectors for connecting cellular antennas. Use the
connector on the right for the main antenna. Always connect both antennas when using this module; we do not
recommend using a single antenna.
The card also has three LEDs, as described in Table 11:
Table 11 Global LTE 4G interface card LED indicators
LED
Behavior
Meaning
PWR
Off
No power or system asleep
Green
Powered up
Off
No cellular connection
Green
Cellular connection
Green
4G connection
Amber
3G connection
LINK
MODE
The Global LTE 4G interface card has two slots for mini-SIM cards. To replace a mini-SIM card, follow the
instructions in “LTE 4G Cellular Interface Card (IC-LTE)” on page 16.
Ground Receptacle
The LMS-2450-ME-100 has a ground receptacle with a nut and lock-washer. See “Connecting Power” on page 4
for details.
Chassis LED Indicators
Table 12 lists the LMS-2450-ME-100 chassis LED behaviors and meanings.
Table 12 LMS-2450-ME-100 chassis LED indicators
LED
Behavior
Meaning
PWR
Off
No power
Green
Powered up
Off
LileeOS booting
Green
LileeOS running
RDY
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Table 12 LMS-2450-ME-100 chassis LED indicators (Continued)
LED
Behavior
Meaning
ALM
Off
If system is asleep, take no action. If system is not asleep, contact support
Green
Temperature out of range (this LED might flash during a factory reset)
Amber
Voltage out of range (this LED might flash during a factory reset)
MGMT Port
The MGMT port supports a serial console connection, an Ethernet maintenance interface, and a reset button, all
through a 12-pin A-coding M12 screw-on barrel-type connector. Attach the included management cable to access
these three functions.
To wire your own cables, use Figure 19 and Table 13.
Figure 19 12-pin A-coding male M12 connector pin-out
1
2
10
3
9
11
12
8
4
5
7
6
Table 13 Management cable wiring diagram
M12 Pin
RJ45 Pin Serial Pin
1
5
2
3
3
2
4
7
5
8
6
1
7
2
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Table 13 Management cable wiring diagram (Continued)
M12 Pin
RJ45 Pin Serial Pin
8
3
9
6
10
4
11
5
12
Power
+
Console Port
The included management cable provides an RS-232 serial console connection via a female DB-9 connector for
direct local management. Table 14 lists the console settings.
Table 14 Console settings
Setting
Value
Baud rate
115200
Data bits
8
Parity
None
Stop bits
1
Flow control
None
Maintenance Port
The included maintenance cable provides an RJ45 Ethernet port for secure local maintenance via the maintenance 0
port in LileeOS.
Reset Button
If the LMS-2450-ME-100 console becomes unresponsive, press and hold the reset button on the included
maintenance cable. The behavior is described in Table 15.
Table 15 LileeOS 2.8 (and earlier) reset button behavior
Hold For:
Result
RDY LED Behavior
1 – 3 seconds
Reboot
None
> 3 seconds
Reset to factory defaults and reboot
Blinking green
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LileeOS 2.9 provides an additional feature: rebooting to the minimum configuration. Table 16 describes the LileeOS
2.9 (and later) reset button behavior, based on how long you hold the button before releasing.
Table 16 LileeOS 2.9 (and later) reset button behavior
Hold For:
Result
RDY LED Behavior
1 – 3 seconds
Reboot
Solid green
3 – 10 seconds
Reset to factory defaults and reboot
Blinking green
> 10 seconds
Reset to factory defaults and reboot with the minimum configuration
Solid green
Gigabit Ethernet Ports
The LMS-2450-ME-100 has two Gigabit Ethernet ports for connecting to a local network via 8-pin A-coding M12
screw-on barrel-type connectors. You must create your own cables to connect to these ports (this allows you to create
cables of the appropriate length). To create cables you need the following:

Wire cutter/crimper/stripper

Appropriate lengths of cable

8-pin A-Coding male M12 connectors

Appropriate network connector
The M12 pin-out is shown in Figure 20.
Figure 20 8-pin A-coding male M12 pin-out
2
1
3
7
8
6
4
5
You can connect the M12 to an RJ45 connector. The male RJ45 pin-out is shown in Figure 21. The wiring diagram is
explained in Table 17.
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Figure 21 RJ45 connector pin-out
1
8
Table 17 M12 to male RJ45 wiring diagram
M12 Pin
RJ45 Pin
Signal
1
7
5
4
TP2 –
TP3 +
2
3
7
8
TP3 –
TP0 –
4
6
2
1
TP1 +
TP0 +
5
8
3
6
TP2 +
TP1 –
You can connect the A-coding M12 to an X-coding M12 connector. The X-coding M12 pin-out is shown in Figure
22. The wiring diagram is explained in Table 18.
Figure 22 8-pin X-coding M12 connector pin-out
5
4
6
3
7
2
8
1
Table 18 A-coding M12 to X-coding M12 wiring diagram
A-Coding X-Coding
Signal
M12 Pin
M12 Pin
1
7
7
8
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TP3 +
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Table 18 A-coding M12 to X-coding M12 wiring diagram (Continued)
A-Coding X-Coding
Signal
M12 Pin
M12 Pin
2
3
5
6
TP3 –
TP0 –
4
6
2
1
TP1 +
TP0 +
5
8
3
4
TP2 +
TP1 –
DC Power Connector
The LMS-2450-ME-100 has a 4-pin M12 screw-on barrel-type power connector. See “Connecting Power” on
page 4 for details on powering the unit.
USB Flash Drive Port
The LMS-2450-ME-100 has a USB 2.0 flash drive port, behind the FLASH dust control door, for a USB flash drive.
To install or replace the USB flash drive:
1. Unscrew the captive screw on the dust control door using a Phillips head screwdriver or your fingers. A retaining
spring keeps the screw in the door.
2. Lift the dust control door. You can now see the USB port.
3. Remove an existing USB drive by pulling it toward you.
When correctly inserted, the USB drive sits far enough inside the chassis that the dust control door can fully close.
The industrial grade USB drive also fits very snugly, reducing the possibility that it might vibrate loose. These
two features can make an installed USB drive difficult to grab with your fingers. Gently use pliers, if necessary, to
remove the USB drive.
4. Insert the replacement USB drive with the logo to your left, as shown in Figure 23.
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Figure 23 Inserting a replacement USB drive
5. Close the dust control door.
6. Tighten the screw on the dust control door.
The USB drive is now installed.
Maintenance
The LMS-2450-ME-100 requires no regular maintenance. Do not open the chassis. Opening the chassis voids the
warranty and can cause electric shocks. There are no user-serviceable parts inside the chassis.
If considerable amounts of dust, water, or fluids enter the LMS-2450-ME-100, immediately disconnect power and
contact your distributor or sales representative.
Specifications
This section lists the LMS-2450-ME-100 specifications.
Mechanical

Weight: 14.3 lbs (6.5 kg)
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Dimensions (H x W x L): 9.25 x 6.2 x 11.5 in (235 x 157 x 292 mm)
Environmental

Functional operating temperature: -40 to 158 °F (-40 to 70 °C)
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Safe operating temperature: -40 to 122 °F (-40 to 50 °C) (when using the SM-AE-AK with IPKVM enabled)

Storage temperature: -67 to 185 °F (-55 to 85 °C)
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
Ambient relative humidity: 5 to 95% non-condensing
If installed in a closed or multi-unit rack assembly, the operating ambient temperature of the rack environment
might be greater than room ambient. Therefore, consideration should be given to installing the equipment in an
environment compatible with the maximum operating temperature.
Electrical

Connector: 4-pin T-coding M12

Input voltage: 10–30 VDC

Consumption 200 W max:

Chassis: 32 W (max)

IC-LTE: 3.2 W each
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IC-LTE-G: 3.2 W each
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IC-WIFI-11N: 3.5 W each
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IC-GPS-P: 0.26 W each
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IC-LTE-GPS: 3.2 W each
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SM-GE-6M: 8 W each
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SM-IC-JK: 0.8 W each
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SM-AE-AK: 25 W each
Reliable earthing of rack-mounted equipment should be maintained. Particular attention should be given to supply
connections other than direct connections to the branch circuit
Safety and Regulatory Compliance
This equipment has been tested to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, according to Part 15 of the FCC
rules. These limits provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, can cause harmful interference to radio communications.
The LMS-2450-ME-100 is intended to be mounted on a wall or in a rack. Read the mounting instructions carefully
before installing. Follow the instructions closely and use the correct hardware to avoid damaging the equipment
or creating a hazard for people due to uneven mechanical loading.
Give consideration to the connection of the equipment to the supply circuit and the effect that overloading of the
circuits might have on over-current protection and supply wiring. Consult the equipment nameplate ratings when
addressing this concern.
The LMS-2450-ME-100 and its components meet the following safety, regulatory, and industry requirements:

PTCRB

CE

GCF-CC

FCC
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AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, Telstra, and Vodafone Approved

Red Hat Hardware Certification (SM-AE-AK Smart Module)
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RoHS compliant
Support
For additional information about our products and services, see lileesystems.com. For technical support or service,
contact Lilee Systems Technical Support via email: support@lileesystems.com, or using the following contact
information:
Lilee Systems Corporate Headquarters
641 River Oaks Parkway
San Jose, CA 95134
Telephone: +1 (408) 988-8672
Fax: +1 (408) 988-8813
Lilee Systems Asia Pacific
Nangang Software Park, Building H
9F, 3-2 Park Street, Suite 908
Nangang District
Taipei, Taiwan 11503
Telephone: +886-2-2655-8925
Fax: +886-2-2655-8925
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