LK Reverse Loop Module. The problem with reversing loops: Every user of 2- rail DC knows the ‘reversing loop’ blues: Including a reversing loop in a 2-rail. LENZ LK Digital reverse loop module. The LK requires no end user adjustment and is designed to handle the most complex of reverse loop situations. Reverse Loop Module – Lenz – LK Lenz Elektronik GmbH RailCom Address Display — (Use Only w/Gold Decoders, and RailCom Enabled Systems).
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Basic Reversing Loop The only way to prevent this short circuit is to insulate both sides of the track. While the train is in the loop, the polarity is changed, so that there is no short circuit at the exit of the loop. This newly developed LK module was designed to fully automate the operation of both simple and complex reversing sections Wiring is very simple.
Lenz LK Reverse Loop Module
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Changing the polarity in the reversing loop will change the direction of the train, since it is dependent on the polarity. A single two-rail gap is not enough, since a passing engine will short the rail through the electrical pick-up on both sides of the gap.
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Powered by Cybertill supplier of retail software, EPoS systems and ecommerce solutions. On NMRA DCC digitally operated layouts, the direction of the train is independent from the polarity on the track, therefore, the polarity of the reversing loop can be changed without stopping the train or changing it’s direction. This newly developed LK module was designed to fully automate the operation of both simple and complex reversing sections.
Including a reversing loop in a 2-rail DC layout leads to a short where the reversing loop ties into the main line.
On conventional layouts, this leads to a problem: The LK kenz according to the fault current principle, with track polarity reversal occurring at mA fault current. Two wires connect into the track in the loop and two wires go to the main line, before the gaps. They are stored locally on your computer or mobile device.
Therefore, the track has to be gapped on both sides of the reversing loop. All other marks are own by their respective owners. Click an image to enlarge.
There is no need for additional control connections, sensor tracks or user adjustments. Wiring is very simple.
One still has to ensure that the rails are not short circuited upon entry or exit of the reverse loop. Every user of 2-rail DC knows the ‘reversing loop’ blues: To accept cookies continue browsing as normal.
Maximum Load is 5 Amp