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LZV200 Central incl. power amplifier
The LZV200 handles data processing and the amplification of the signal. Of course, the LZV200 meets the requirements and conditions for the operation of the model railway. If necessary, the track voltage can be adjusted between 11 and 22 volts, a maximum of 5 amperes output current are available. Under higher loads, the safety switch-off switches off.
At the factory, an output voltage of 16V and a maximum current of 5A is set.
Dimensions: 120 x 55 x 120 mm
- Locomotive addresses: The range of locomotive addresses is 1 - 9999. A conventional locomotive can be controlled with the address '0'. In the range 1-99, the LZV200 uses the so-called base address of the locomotive decoders, stored in CV1 of the locomotive decoder. In the range 100-9999 the extended locomotive address is used, stored in CV17 and CV18 of the locomotive decoder. Detailed information about the two address ranges can be found in the "Information Locomotive Receiver". You can use this information to Download here for free.
- Locomotive functions and configuration: Up to 29 functions are available per locomotive address. For each of these 29 functions, you can set separately whether it is a permanent function or a moment function (moment mode). This setting is saved for each locomotive address.
You can configure this with a hand slider LH01, LH100 or LH101. Alternatively, use the built-in or external interface.
Continuous function: The function is switched on at the touch of a button, and switched off again with another key press.
Moment function: The function is only turned on as long as the relevant key is pressed. When you release the button, the function in question is turned off again.
The function information of functions 0 to 4 is always stored in the control panel and is also repeatedly sent over the track during operation. The storage and cyclic repetition of the function information from F5 to F28 can be switched on and off (only with LH10ß and LH101).
- Driving levels: The LZV200 supports the 28 and 128 modes. The driving step mode can be set separately for each locomotive address.
- Double traction: Two locomotives can be combined and controlled together in a double traction.
- Multiple traction: Several locomotives are controlled with a common address at the same time.
All digital plus locomotive receivers produced from the end of 1996 dominate the multiple traction.
- Programming during operation (PoM):You program the characteristics of a locomotive decoder while the locomotive is somewhere on the system. Drive z.B. Your locomotive in front of a heavy freight train and now adjust the start-up delay to the train!
- Programming on the programming track: All 3 programming variants according to NMRA are available with the LZV200: programming with specification of CV, register programming and page mode. With the hand controllers LH01 and LH101, only programming with specification of the CV is possible.
- Magnetic articles: The address range for magnetic articles (switches and signals) extends from 1 to 2048. Real turnout feedback is possible in the range of 1 to 256.
- Automatic feedback: All changes to reportable components (switch decoder LS100 or detector LR101) are automatically reported to all devices connected to the XpressNet. This procedure makes the feedback particularly fast, since query times are eliminated by the individual devices.
- Automatic message of switching commands: The automatic notification of the switching commands is also carried out for switches that are not connected to signal-capable switching receivers. The most recently issued switching command is communicated to all XpressNet devices. Thus, computer programs can always display the state of these switches and signals correctly.
- Datastore. In the LZV200 there is a memory in which each time you call a locomotive, this locomotive address with the corresponding data (driving level, function status) is stored. From this memory, data is then constantly sent back to the locomotives running on your system. This ensures that every locomotive called is repeatedly supplied with information.
This method is particularly advantageous when a locomotive is standing in a currentless section, e.B. in front of a "stop" signal. If the voltage in the section is switched on again (the signal shows "ride" again), the locomotive can start again with its last driving stage. If set in the locomotive decoder, even with start-up delay. The memory of the LZV200 can hold the data of 250 locomotives. Another storage space is available to save the speed of the conventional locomotive.
- XpressNet: The XpressNet connection is used to communicate with the input devices. Up to 31 devices can be used on xpressNet.
- AUTO Mode: This mode ensures that after turning on your system, the locomotives are again supplied with the stored data. If this mode is switched on, the driving commands are stored for the above-office locomotive addresses and sent after switching on. The information of the functions is also sent. The AUTO Modhttps://2021.lenz elektronik.de/info/downloads.php#dp-lokdecoder-cvus can only be set with LH100 and LH101.
- Interface: The LZV200 is equipped with a USB-B interface. This interface allows you to use the full functionality of the digital system with a computer if you are using a corresponding PC program. The interface corresponds to the USB interfaces of the devices 23150 (USB interface) and 23151 (LAN/USB interface).
- RailCom Detector: The LZV200 is equipped with a global RailCom detector. This detector receives data sent by decoders in channel 2 of the RailCom packets. This makes it possible to read Out CVs in Locomotive Decoders during operation.
- Output voltage (voltage on the track): The voltage on the track is adjustable between 11 V and 22 V in increments of 0.5 V. Under load, this voltage may be lower depending on the transformer used. Ex works, an output voltage of 16 V is set.
- Output current: The output current is limited to a maximum of 5A. It is adjustable from 2.5 A to 5 A in increments of 0.5 A. Depending on the transformer used, its voltage and the set track voltage, the continuous current that the amplifier of the LZV200 can supply varies. Example: For transformer TR150 and setting the track voltage to 16 V, the continuous current is 4.3 A.
- Overload protection: Thermal overload protection. The overcurrent shutdown takes place after approx. 200 ms with permanent overcurrent (e.B. short circuit).
- Enclosure: Metal