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ESU 54672 LokSound PowerPack Maxi Energy Storage for LokSound L V4.0 & Select NIB
ESU 54672 LokSound PowerPack Maxi Energy Storage for LokSound L V4.0 & Select NIB


 
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ESU 54672 LokSound PowerPack Maxi Energy Storage for LokSound L V4.0 & Select NIB
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  • ESU 54672 LokSound PowerPack Maxi Energy Storage for LokSound L V4.0 & Select NIB

    PowerPack Maxi

    The new ESU PowerPack Maxi has been developed as the powerful complement to the LokSound L V4.0 decoder. It can, of course, provided there is sufficient space, also be connected to all LokPilot V4.0, LokSound V4.0 or LokSound V4.0 M4 decoders. It provides uninterrupted power to your locomotive when traversing dirty track and long turnout ladders. All sound, lighting and motor functions are buffered with the aid of two energy storage capacitors enabling your models – subject to the total energy consumption - to continue running for up to three seconds.

    The PowerPack Maxi incorporates an integral charging circuit controlled by the decoder. Therefore it may be connected even during programming. The charging current is limited in order to avoid an undue load on the booster, in case there are several models in the same booster sector.

    The buffer time can be reduced by means of a CV. This may be useful to assure the correct stopping position ahead of signals showing the “Stop” aspect (red signal).

    The space requirements of the PowerPack Maxi of about 27.5 mm x 15.7 mm x 13 mm must be taken into account when installing this unit.

    A three-pole wire harness connects the PowerPack Maxi to the decoder. The wires are already soldered to the PowerPack Maxi but must be soldered to the appropriate solder pads of the decoder.

    >>> Please note that due to technical reasons the PowerPack cannot operate in analogue mode: Buffering is therefore not possible in analogue mode. <<<

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