Detection & Feedback
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Voltage Detection
11220 2 in stock

LB050 Voltage Detector

Status detection via current sensors, such as the occupancy detector LB101, has one crucial disadvantage: if the operating voltage is interrupted, so is the power supply. In this case, occupancy detection fails: the signal output will report unoccupied tracks that are, in fact, occupied.

Power failures may be caused when the voltage is switched off or short circuits occur. The latter are particularly troublesome since temporary short circuits are a frequent phenomenon in model railway systems.

The voltage detector LB050 was designed to prevent faulty feedback. It checks whether digital voltage is applied to the track; if not, the present status will be fed back until voltage is reapplied. The LB101 comes without housing.

List: 27.40
Discount: 70%

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11201 1 in stock

LR101 Feedback Module

The feedback module LR101 has 8 inputs to connect switch contacts or occupancy detectors LB101 and 1 input to connect a voltage detector LB050.

To bridge unstable switch conditions (e.g. temporary interruptions of the power supply due to bad wheel-track contact), each signal input can be assigned a programmable delay time for feedback on the occupancy status of a track.

The status is reported to the command station LZV100 via the feedback bus. The status can be displayed with a manual control LH100 or a PC (via the Digital plus interfaces).

List: 84.87
Discount: 70%

Steve's: 25.46