Digital Plus Modules – Reverse Loop – Lenz – LK Lenz Elektronik GmbH RailCom Address Display — (Use Only w/Gold Decoders, and RailCom. The polarity of the reversing loop is controlled by a Lenz LK reverse loop module & up until now has worked perfectly. I have recently split. Offered in Catawiki’s Model Train H0 Auction (DC): Lenz H0, N, Z – LK + LK – Attachments – 2 Loop loop modules for DCC system.
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I don’t like entry level systems. If there is an Australian reader who knows the problem, can they PM me with their phone number so I can ring them please.
I’ve forgotten my password. This is what I know so far: What I would probably do is to set up three small power districts, one each end of the reversible section and the section itself with the LK and take them out of the PSX-1 protection altogether.
Reversing Loop Problem
In the other thread there was an indication that the software had been updated changing the speed of operation – and this might explain the difficulty in the LK ‘old technology’ – physical relays changin versus modern solid state as in the PSX itself and the suggested newer Lenz LK Edited by – R.
Maybe the same issue? I was doing a little more research on the LK and discovered that it is a 2. Posted 28 September – Would any of those trip amperages solve my problem? The LK was relay based and has long since been replaced by the LK which uses solid state electronics.
The only problem is that as I do not have a fiddle yard but use a section of the reversing loop inside the operating well as a cartridge exchange system, any short will shut down the whole layout.
I had a Zypher myself, but sent it back to get a Lenz Set Haven’t wired it, but Loys web site as a 16 page information sheet taht can be down loaded. I have tried adjusting the potentiometer on the LK, but it makes no difference.
Two (2) Lenz LK100 Auto Reverse Units for Dcc.
Good luck, Bill Country: It’s still at the standard setting and I can hear it click when it shorts. I rather use a Digitrax booster than one of their “reversers”. Thanks, Edited by – R. Please post any additional info that you have come across or an alternative if you’ve found one. My question is this.
As far as I can see there is no way to tweak the reaction time of the PSX-1, I did have a look at the manual. My layout ‘Crewlisle’ uses the Lenz system. By connecting different combinations of the four terminals I can set either 1. Should I stop digging? But it is somewhat adjustable. All times are GMT I understand this would have multiple pickups on various wheelsets, so how can this work if the loco is shorting the track and still picking up off the other wheels.
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I know this comment isn’t about the Lenz, which is what you asked about, but I think its a very good alternative. You may see some site content provided by third parties, such as youtube, which may then place their cookies on your computer; please do not play these or follow the links if you do not agree to their cookie policies To confirm your understanding and acceptance of this please click on OK to continue using the site.
There was another thread a month or so back which involved PSXs Results 1 to 6 of 6. Posted 29 September – It is kicking in before the LK can change the polarity.
I have a question concerning the Lenz LK reverse loop controller. As far as you exchanging your Zephyr for a 90, that’s your prerogative. I was disappointed to find that is is relay based, like the MRC which I am using currently.
Site sponsored by Gargoyle. These are not used to track individual usage or tailor advertising content. The diagonal is much longer than the train, so is not shorting at each end.