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LokSound V4 - esu.eu

LokSound Instruction Manual 2. Edition, May 2011. LokSound LokSound micro P/N 51972. Contents 1. Declaration of 4 Motor and Track Connecting DC and Coreless 2. WEEE-Declaration (Europe only).. 4 Connecting universal motors with Connecting the 3. Important Notes Please read this chapter 5 Connecting several Connecting additional 4. How this manual helps 6 Overload Protection of Function Outputs (blinking)..18. 5. Introduction The LokSound 6 Suitable Light Using The Members of the LokSound Connecting the Light Outputs, AUX1 and LokSound Decoders An Purpose of AUX3 and LokSound LokSound with 21 MTC LokSound micro Suitable Smoke General Properties of all Connecting a wheel Operating HALL Sensor Motor Reed switch Sound Connecting Functions for Steam All LokSound H0 Functions for Diesel Optional PowerPack.

4 1. Declaration of Conformity We, ESU electronic solutions ulm GmbH & Co KG, Industriestrasse 5, D-89081 Ulm, declare in sole responsibility that the products to

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1 LokSound Instruction Manual 2. Edition, May 2011. LokSound LokSound micro P/N 51972. Contents 1. Declaration of 4 Motor and Track Connecting DC and Coreless 2. WEEE-Declaration (Europe only).. 4 Connecting universal motors with Connecting the 3. Important Notes Please read this chapter 5 Connecting several Connecting additional 4. How this manual helps 6 Overload Protection of Function Outputs (blinking)..18. 5. Introduction The LokSound 6 Suitable Light Using The Members of the LokSound Connecting the Light Outputs, AUX1 and LokSound Decoders An Purpose of AUX3 and LokSound LokSound with 21 MTC LokSound micro Suitable Smoke General Properties of all Connecting a wheel Operating HALL Sensor Motor Reed switch Sound Connecting Functions for Steam All LokSound H0 Functions for Diesel Optional PowerPack.

2 21. Functions for Electric 7. Initial 23. Analogue Factory Default Digital operating DCC Operational DCC speed steps ( flashing lights )..23. Auto-detection of DCC speed Future Motorola 6. Installing the 11 28 Speed Extended Motorola address Requirements for Selectrix Installing the Analogue Locomotives with 8-pin NEM Analogue DC Locomotives with 6-pin NEM Analogue AC Locomotives with 21 MTC Connecting C-Sine motors ( SoftDrive-Sinus )..13 8. Decoder Settings (Programming).. 26. Locomotives with Next18 Adjustable properties of Locomotives without Configuration variables (CVs).

3 26. Wiring Diagram for Standardisation in the Colour Coding by M rklin ..16 Programming with popular digital 2. Contents Programming with DCC AC Analogue Programming with the ESU Programming with M rklin 11. Motor 39. Changing the Programming Adjusting Load Short Parameter for frequently used Long Adjustments for other Motors / Fine Tuning ..39. Programming with the M rklin Mobile Station ..30 Parameter K ..39. Programming with the M rklin Central Parameter I ..39. Programming with the ESU Reference Programming with the ROCO Parameter K slow.

4 40. Programming with the ROCO LokMaus Adaptive Regulation Turning off Load 9. Address 33 Adapting Load Control Short Addresses in DCC Dynamic Drive Control: Up and Down the Long Addresses in DCC Settings for the C-Sinus Motorola 12. Function 42. 10. Adapting the Driving 34 Physical function Acceleration and Allocation of Function Buttons (Function Mapping)..42. Switching Acceleration / Index CV Shunting Function Mapping - Starting Voltage, Maximum and Medium Allocation of function keys with Speed Special Effects on function Changing between Operating Switching on outputs and different Changing from Digital to Analogue Adjusting the Lighting Changing from Digital to Analogue Grade Crossing holding Changing from Analogue to Digital (directional bit).

5 35 Flash Changing from Digital to Automatic Changing modes with Analogue Mode turned 36 Digital Brake Operation mode Coupler ..48. DC Brake Automatic Coupler Function (Removing/Pushing). 49. M rklin Brake Analogue Selectrix Diode Brake LGB Pulse Sequence Lenz ABC Brake Swiss Headlight Constant Brake Linear Brake 13. Adjusting the sound 50. Constant Linear Brake Adjusting the sound Settings for Analogue Adusting the master DC Analogue Single sounds 3. Contents Prime mover startup 1. Declaration of Conformity Manual notching (Diesel only)..53. Synchronizing the steam chuff (Steam only).

6 53 We, ESU electronic solutions ulm GmbH & Co KG, Industriestrasse Minimum distance of steam 5, D-89081 Ulm, declare in sole responsibility that the products to Random which this declaration refers, namely Adjust brake sound LokSound , LokSound micro 14. Decoder 55 are in compliance with the following standards: With DCC Systems or 6020 EN 71 1-3 : 1988 / 6 : 1994 EN 50088 : 1996 EN 55014, Teil With M rklin systems (M4-decoders only)..55 1 + Teil 2 : 1993. With the ESU EN 61000-3-2 : 1995 EN 60742 : 1995 EN 61558-2-7 : 1998. 15. Special 55 according to the directive Directional 88 / 378 / EWG 89 / 336 / EWG 73 / 23 / EWG.

7 16. RailCom .. 55. RailCom Prerequisites for RailCom 17. Firmware 56 2. WEEE-Declaration 18. 56 Disposal of obsolete electrical and electronic equipment (as prac- tised in the European Union and other European countries with Change over dedicated collection systems). HAMO Wire harnesses with 8-pin or 6-pin This mark on the product, the packaging or the relevant docu- Mounting Adapter mentation indicates that this product must not be treated like household waste. Instead this product 19. Support and 57 should be disposed of at a suitable collection point for recycling of electrical and electronic appliances.

8 20. Technical 58 Thus you contribute to avoid negative impact on 21. List of all supported 59 the environment and people's health that could be caused by inappropriate disposal. Recycling of materials contrib- LokSound utes to preserve our natural resources. For more information re- 22. 65 garding recycling of this product, please contact your local admin- How to programm long istration, your waste collection service or the dealer / shop where Write you purchased this product. Read 23. Warranty 67. 4. Important Notes 3. Important Notes Please read this chapter first The LokSound is exclusively intended for use with model train layouts only.

9 It may only be operated with the components We congratulate you to your purchase of an ESU LokSound de- listed here. Any other use is not permitted. coder. This manual will guide you step by step through the fea- tures of your LokSound decoder. Any wiring has to be carried out while power is disconnected. Please make sure that no voltage reaches the locomotive while Please read this manual carefully. Although the LokPilot has been converting it, above all not accidently. design as a robust device an incorrect connection may lead to faults or even to the destruction of the device.

10 Avoid any costly Avoid mechanical force or pressure on the decoder. experiments. Do not remove the heat shrink sleeve on the decoder. Make sure that neither the LokSound decoder nor any blank wire ends may come into contact with the engine chassis (risk of short circuit). Cover any blank ends of unused wires. Never solder on the circuit board, extend cables if necessary. Never wrap the decoder in insulation tape, since this may cause overheating. Adhere to the wiring principles as outlined in this manual for wiring any external components. Other circuitry may cause damage to the LokSound .


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