ESU LokPilot Standard DCC, PluX12 interface, 4 amplified outputs – #397-53616 – SPECIAL ORDER
The LokPilot Standard is a first class DCC decoder. 14 – 128 speed steps simply go without saying as well as 2 and 4 digit addresses. Thanks to RailComPlus® the decoder automatically registers at a suitable command station (e.g. ECoS). It supports all DCC programming modes and can be operated and programmed with all DCC compatible digital command stations: thanks to RailCom® one can also read out CV values on the main with a suitable command station. Programming is particularly comfortable with the ESU LokProgrammer where see all parameters in plain text on your PC monitor.
The output stage of the LokPilot Standard decoder generates 0.9A continuous current and easily handles all commonly available DC motors as well as coreless motors; regardless if the motor is by ROCO®, Fleischmann®, Tillig®, Piko®, Brawa®, Bemo®, Faulhaber® or Maxon®. Load control with 20 kHz PWM frequency assures quiet running and lets your locomotives crawl slowly over your layout if you wish them to do so. Load control can be adapted optimally to the particular type of motor by means of three CVs. Due to the simulated inertia the locomotive will not jerk, not even in 14 speed step mode.
The LokPilot Standard can also be used on analogue DC layouts. Therefore the operational area of your locomotives may well be extended to “non-digital” layouts without any problems.
The LokPilot Standard decoder has four function outputs. The decoder with the 21MTC plug has two additional outputs without end stage, which can be utilised for controlling lighting and other functions in conjunction with a suitable adapter board (e.g. ESU 51968). All important lighting functions (e.g. blinking lights, Mars light, flashing light) are available and can be set just like the brightness of each output. The integral shunting mode assists you in delicate shunting maneuvres in the yard, which is also enhanced by the option to turn off acceleration and deceleration with a function button.
Thanks to a simplified method for “function mapping” similar to the method described in the NMRA standard all function outputs can easily be assigned to any function button (F0 to F20) according to your requirements.
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