CalAmp’s LMU-5530 has the versatility, speed and expandability to meet customers’ ever challenging needs in fixed or mobile broadband applications. With a powerful, lower power, 800MHz ARM9 embedded processor, the LMU-5530 boasts an adaptable platform featuring: 3G/4G broadband routing, cellular gateway functions, a Programmable Event Generation engine, built-in 3-axis g-force measurements, multiple power management sleep modes, leading GPS sensitivity tracking technologies, and multiple interfaces all brought together under a flexible Linux operating system.
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The LMU-5530 comes equipped with two Ethernet 10/100 ports, both host and device OTG USB, RS232/RS485 serial port, switched power TTL serial port, two 1-wire busses, seven inputs, seven outputs, and five A/D inputs. The LMU-5530 also supports advanced peripherals including laptops, USB dongles, Mobile Data Terminals (MDT’s), RFID tags, and more.
In addition to the flexibility of the Linux operating system, the LMU-5530 software environment employs CalAmp’s industry leading on-board alert engine, PEG™ (Programmable Event Generator). The Linux and PEG™ environments enable users to create and deploy their own custom applications. The advanced PEG engine monitors external conditions and supports customer-defined exception-based rules PEG continuously monitors the environments and responds instantaneously to pre-defined threshold conditions related to time, date, motion, location, geo-zone, input and other event combinations.
THE LMU-5530 also incorporates CalAmp’s over-the-air device management and maintenance software, PULS™ (Programming, Update and Logistics System). Linux applications, configuration parameters, PEG scripts, and firmware can all be updated over-the-air. Unit health status can also be monitored across your installations to quickly identify issues before they become expensive problems. All of these capabilities packed into a small size are a competitive package second to none, designed to reduce the cost of delivering, supporting, and growing countless broadband applications.