HO, N, TT Scale Locomotive Decoders

ESU 58813

LokSound 5 micro DCC/MM/SX/M4 Blank decoder, Einzellitzen, with Speaker 11x15mm, Scale: N, TT, H0

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The LokSound 5 micro is a "little wonder": With only 21mmx10mm footprint it is By far the smallest LokSound decoder we've ever built. Thus, it should be used in all vehicles of nominal sizes N and TT, but also in small H0 vehicles. LokSound 5 micro decoders always have a Next18 interface and are offered with adapter plugs for all common interfaces. An 11x15mm "sugar cube" speaker and sound capsule kit is also always included.
Operating modes
The LokSound 5 micro is also a true multiprotocol decoder. He masters the data format DCC as well as Motorola, Selectrix and M4. In the DCC format, 14 to 128 speed steps are as natural as 2- and 4-digit addresses and up to 32 functions. Thanks to RailComPlus, the decoders log onto a suitable digital central unit fully automatically.

It controls all DCC programming modes and thanks to RailCom, the CV values on the main track can be read out with the appropriate control panels. Auxiliary registers exist for panels that can only program the CVs from 1-255.

Motorola users benefit from up to 28 speed steps at 255 addresses. Three additional Motorola addresses enable the triggering of 16 functions. A built-in programming mode also makes reprogramming possible with the venerable Control Unit 6021.

The M4 protocol allows automatic logon to mfx-compatible control panels.

The LokSound 5 micro decoder recognizes the Marklin Braking sections as well as ZIMO HLU brake commands or the Lenz ABC system. Braking with DCC brake modules or DC voltage is also possible. He also stops with a Selectrix brake diode. An ABC automatic shuttle system allows automatic commuting between two stations.

The LokSound 5 micro decoder can be used on analog DC and AC systems (!).

scale
HO, N, TT
category
Locomotive Decoders
our product code
ESU-58813
UPC/EAN
4044645588130
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