NCE5240025, NCE Power Cab DCC Starter Set This is a NCE Corporation Power Cab DCC Starter Set, an entire DCC system in the palm of your hand! This 2 Amp system can operate up to 4 HO locomotives or 8 N scale locomotives. Provides all of the capability and ease of use that you’ve heard about in our Power Pro system at an entry level price. Installation is a snap. Hook two wires to your track and plug in the cab. Includes: (1) Power Cab (1) 7' Power Cable (1) PCP Power Panel (1) Power Supply (1) Pro Cab Coiled Cord (1) Manual This product was added to our catalog on October 9, 2021
10mm Wide, 100' Roll
P114 - Power Supply for Power Cab #524-25 (Sold Separately) -- 13.8 Volts DC, 24 Watts
Allows you to install and operate up to four turnouts directly through any DCC system that has turnout control. Works with solenoid turnout machines and slow motion motors. Other features include easy installation, LocoNet compatible, integral capacitor discharge, power from track or separate booster and buffered switch inputs. DCC compatible.
Broadway Limited Imports 3703 EMD SD40-2, BN #6811, Green/Black Scheme, Paragon3 Sound/DC/DCC, N Scale
EMD SD40-2 w/DCC & Sound -- Burlington Northern 6811 3703 EMD SD40-2, BN #6811, Green/Black Scheme, Paragon3 Sound/DC/DCC, N Scale
Broadway Limited Imports 3704 EMD SD40-2, BN #6923, Green/Black Scheme, Paragon3 Sound/DC/DCC, N Scale
EMD SD40-2 w/DCC & Sound -- Burlington Northern 6923 3704 EMD SD40-2, BN #6923, Green/Black Scheme, Paragon3 Sound/DC/DCC, N Scale
Bachmann E-Z Command Dynamis Wireless Infrared DCC System 36505 Added: 2/14/2021Used (C-9)HO Scale
Lionel 6 foot Power Cable Extension LNL682043, 3-pin Power Cable Extension, 6' This product was added to our catalog on December 18, 2021
NCE5240044, Power Pro Cab/LED Display w/Potentiometer/Radio
You want to listen to the sound spectrum of your favourite loco, or the special sound of that loco around the corner in the yard – on your model railroad? No problem with ESU’s LokProgrammer! One prerequisite: A PC with sound card and Windows (Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, 10). Simply record the original sound of your engine and edit it at home with your computer. Many customers did this already successfully. Even if you don’t yet belong to this elite group of LokSound Pro’s, the LokProgrammer is still a very useful tool for you. It is the easiest way to program your ESU-decoder. You need no programming experience, thanks to the graphic screen everything falls into place with a few mouse clicks. What the LokProgrammer can do: Change the sound saved on the decoder. Setting of all digital parameters of the Loksound decoder such as address of the loco, operation speed, maximum speed, braking deceleration, brightness of bulbs etc; you can set all options with your computer very easily - no cumbersome entering of CVs (configuration variables) with your command station. Rearrange your sounds and transfer it to the LokSound decoder. You can use all sounds that can be downloaded to your computer hard disk. Sound can be allocated to different events. Additional sounds can be activated via function buttons. Sound With the LokProgrammer you can erase the sound data of any LokSound decoder as many times as you wish, and replace it with a different sound. To this end we offer on our homepage more than 200 different, fully matching sounds of various prototypes and locos for downloading on your computer. Also you can edit just parts of a sound project: You don’t like the decoder’s whistle? Just replace it with one of the many others. Suitable sources beside those offered by us, are in Windows *.wav format available. Sound – even voice or music is no problem for our decoders. With the LokProgrammer’s aid you use the entire flexibility and functionality offered by LokSound decoders. Programming By the same token, all other ESU decoders profit from the LokProgrammer’s versatility; no matter if DCC, Multiprotocol - or mfx decoder. With its help it’s possible to edit all parameters of the particular decoder simply and conveniently. The available options depend on the kind of decoder. Beside addresses and acceleration - and deceleration settings, this concerns above all the allotment of function keys (function mapping), the allocation of special effects to the individual outputs, or the lamp brightness. The LokProgrammer can also help when optimizing back EMF parameters or the loadable speed table. All options can be programmed very conveniently: There is no tedious punching-in of CV-numbers at the digital station anymore. Hook up It’s this simple: The LokProgrammer is a small programming box, which is wired between the PC and a programming track. To connect it you need either a vacant serial interface, or you use the included USB adapter cable (works with Windows up to Windwows 10). For power we include a 500 mA wall power supply. If your needs are greater (e.g. for gauge I engines), you can also use a conventional model railroad transformer. Software After hook-up you start up the especially user-friendly LokProgrammer software. This runs on all modern Windows-systems (Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, 10). Just put the loco with the ESU decoder on your programming track, and right away you can read, edit or program it. The Programmer automatically recognizes the decoder in the engine. Simplicity The LokProgrammer is recommended not only for the use with our ESU decoders: By now, many well known model railroad manufacturers factory-furnish their locos with ESU-decoders, which of course can be modified again within the frame work of their technical specifications – with the help of the LokProgrammer. You see, purchasing a LokProgrammer pays off in any case. Upgrades The LokProgrammer can also be instrumental in updating decoders. Almost all ESU decoders are updatable, in case you desire a new software version. To do this, you only need the LokProgrammer and a small update-program, which you can The future LokProgrammer software is being reviewed continuously. The latest, pertinent version can always be downloaded from our homepage, or can be installed automatically, through an internet-update function, on your computer.
May be you know the situation: In front of you there is a digital decoder on the workbench, and before you undertake its complicated installation into the loco, you would like to know if the decoder works as advertised. But, how do you test it? The Profi-Tester helps you: It’s designed for testing decoders before these are installed into a loco. The Profi-Tester is simply hooked up to your digital central station, or the LokProgrammer. Configuration To make this as simple as possible for you, the Profi- Tester comes with useful features: To connect the decoder, there is a 6-wire NEM 651 harness and an 8-wire NEM 652 interface, as well as a 21-pin mtc-interface available. Plug it on – bingo!Locos without an interface board can be hooked up with alligator clips. A high quality, 5 pole skewed armature can motor with flywheel serves to check the motor output: It’s this simple to test the slow-, and constant speed characteristics of your decoder. A LED-monitor informs you about the function of the head-, and rear light output, as well as function outputs AUX 1 (green), and AUX 2 (violet). A 20 mm loud speaker is included for testing LokSound-Decoders. A screw terminal assures safe connection between yourProfi-Tester and the digital central station-, or LokProgrammer. Due to its sensible features and simple handling, the Profi-Tester will soon become an indispensable helper in your shop.
NCE DCC 5240226 Auto SW Program Track Auto Switch Adds a separate program track to Power Cab system. Prevents accidental programming of ALL locos on your track when using Program Track mode. Automatically disconnects your main line when in Program Track mode but does not affect Program on Main. Compatible with all DCC systems.
The Digitrax BXPA1 is a combination DCC auto-reverser, occupancy detector, transponding detector and intelligent power manager. It is designed to make transponding implementation easy and provide advanced DCC track management by communicating all state information to LocoNet. The BXPA1 is silent, solid state and uses no mechanical relays for auto-reversing. Automatic reversing for one reversing section or sub-district. DCC occupancy detection for one auto-reversing section lets you know when equipped rolling stock is in a detection section on your layout. Integrated transponding zone lets you know the location of transponder-equipped locos or rolling stock. Intelligent automatic short-circuit and over-current power management, improves reliability by avoiding most booster shutdowns. Connects to LocoNet to transmit detection section occupancy, transponding and track power information. Detects most powered locomotives in a detection section. Detects rolling stock equipped with resistor wheel sets. Identify where specific rolling stock is on your layout with Digitrax transponder-equipped locos and rolling stock. Plug and play with Digitrax DCC systems. LED indication of detection section occupancy, transponding, power status, and reversing section status. Additional connections for opto-isolated occupancy detector output, manual power control, and remote status indicator. Easy-connect, pluggable track wire terminal blocks can plug-in straight or at right angles. Operations mode read back allows you to read CV values of decoders equipped with transponders when on track. Firmware update capability via IPL over LocoNet.
Bridge Line Design Bridge Line Design, ESU Mobile Control II Charger and Holder/Stand
Bridge Line Design, ESU Mobile Control II Charger and Holder/Stand
Square 11mmx15mm Square 8 Ohm Speaker
ESU, 50704, LED lighting strip, cabin, 1 LED, warm-white, 15,0mm x 6,9mm x 2,3 mm
The new ESU PowerPack Mini can be wired to all fourth and fifth generation ESU decoders. It reliably supplies energy to your locomotive when traversing dirty track or long turnout ladders. With its energy storage (1 Farad capacity) the unit supplies power to all light and motor functions as well as to the sound module. Subject to the energy consumption of your model it may continue to move for up to three seconds. The PowerPack Mini incorporates an integral charging circuit controlled by the decoder. Therefore it may be connected even during programming. In order to avoid an undue load on the booster in case there are several models in the same booster sector, the charging current is limited. 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). Although it is considerably smaller than its predecessor, the space requirements of the PowerPack Mini of about 15.7 mm x 9.7 mm x 13 mm must be taken into account when installing this unit. A three-pole wire harness connects the PowerPack Mini to the decoder. The wires are already soldered to the PowerPack Mini and must be soldered to the appropriate solder pads of the decoder. Please note that the PowerPack cannot operate in analogue mode due to technical reasons: Buffering is therefore not possible in analogue mode.
The LokSound 5 is the most important member of the LokSound family. Due to the combination of the digital decoder and the sound module on one circuit board we achieve the smallest possible dimensions of 30 mm x 15.5 mm. Therefore it fits into almost any H0 or 0 gauge locomotive. LokSound 5 decoders are available with all popular interface types and are supplied with a sugar cube speaker (11 mm x 15 mm) and a sound enclosure. The LokSound 5 DCC is made for the North American and Australian markets. It is a pure DCC Decoder, which supports RailComPlus and can also be used on DC layouts. Please note the LokSound 5 DCC decoder does not come with a speaker. Operating modes Like all products of the LokSound family the LokSound 5 is a true multi protocol decoder. It supports DCC as well as Motorola®, Selectrix® and M4. Of course it supports 14 through to 128 speed steps as well as 2 and 4 digit addresses in DCC format and up to 32 functions. Thanks to RailComPlus® the decoders register themselves fully automatically on suitable command stations. This decoder supports all DCC programming modes and thanks to RailCom® you may read out the CV values on the main, provided you have a command station supporting RailCom®. There are utility registers for command stations that only facilitate programming of CVs ranging from 1 to 255. Motorola® users benefit from up to 28 speed steps for 255 addresses. Three additional Motorola® addresses facilitate triggering of 16 functions. An integral programming mode even allows programming with the good old Central Unit 6021. The M4 protocol supports the automatic registration on mfx® compatible central units. The LokSound 5 decoder supports the Märklin® braking sections just as well as the ZIMO® HLU braking commands or the Lenz® ABC system. Braking with DCC brake generators or with DC is also possible. Furthermore the locomotive with a LokSound will come to a halt when a Selectrix® braking diode is switched into the circuit. The ABC push-pull feature enables the automatic commuting between two stations. The LokSound 5 decoder is also suitable for analogue DC and AC (!) layouts. Sound The LokSound 5 decoder can reproduce up to 10 channels simultaneously. Each channel offers up to 16 Bit / 31250 kHz and thus we have finally achieved hi-fi sound quality on your layout. For all practical purposes one cannot detect any difference to the original. A class D audio power amplifier with up to 3W output power feeds the speakers with a permitted impedance of 4 – 32 Ohms. The huge 128 MBit sound memory assures sufficient storage capacity. The volume of all individual sound fragments may be adjusted separately. The outstandingly flexible sound engine without a rigid flow chart facilitates a prototypical simulation of all conceivable rail vehicles. Three separately adjustable braking functions and two alternative load scenarios provide you with maximum control of your vehicles. Functions We are quite aware that you want your locomotives to be as realistic as possible. Therefore we have packed many function outputs into it. Subject to the type of interface every LokSound 5 has at least 10 amplified outputs. The decoders with PluX22 or 21MTC interface have an additional 4 outputs for controlling servos or as logic outputs. Of course, all important lighting functions are supported. The brightness of each output may be adjusted separately. The decoder supports the automatic push and pull movements – known as the coupler waltz - required for reliable operation of digital couplers such as the ones by ROCO® and Krois® as well as Telex® couplers. Motor control Motor control of the LokSound 5 has been further improved. A variable PWM pulse frequency ranging from 10 kHz to 50 kHz assures perfect silent operation, particularly for coreless motors. Thus the typical hum is a thing of the past. Load control can now be adjusted with up to 10 separate CVs and thus will manage even the most difficult cases. The unique “Auto Tune” function facilitates the automatic calibration of the decoder to perfectly match the motor. The LokSound 5 decoder supplies up to 1.5A motor current, which is quite sufficient even for older motor types. LokSound 5 DCC The LokSound 5 DCC is made for the North American and Australian markets. It is a pure DCC Decoder, which supports RailComPlus and can also be used on DC layouts.
Since smart phones with touch screens have almost completely replaced the conventional mobile phone, model train enthusiasts and manufacturers face the question how to employ more powerful devices for controlling model trains. As a result of this, many apps have been developed lately, which can be uploaded onto your mobile phone and used for running your trains. This concept, however, has one disadvantage, namely that smart phones have not been primarily designed for running model trains. Due to the lack of suitable input elements the operator is forced to spend most of the time looking at the display. The limits become quickly obvious so we at ESU had a look at the question on how to utilize the advantages of the smart phone technology and combine it with the needs of model train enthusiasts. It is with great joy that we now present the results of our considerations. With the new ESU CabControl DCC system you have wireless control of your locomotives, accessories and routes simply by Wi-Fi! With the 50310 CabControl Integrated Control Unit, advanced model railroading is as simple as ever. With our new system, you have full control over your locomotives, switches and signals just at the tap of a finger. The unit communicates with our Mobile Control II Wireless Controller via wireless LAN. The CabControl’s integrated 7 Amp booster also allows it to power even larger layouts with ease. LokSound decoders equipped with RailComPlus® even register automatically with the system! Running trains has finally caught up with the technology of today! CabControl - Integrated Control Unit ESU’s “North American” System This system was specially developed for use in North America and Australia. American and Australian locomotive icons (along with European Icons) Easy Consisting for multiple unit lash-ups using drop down menus Wireless walk around system making it easy to follow your train on a large layout. Technical Specification CabControl Features All DCC modes (14, 28, 128 speed steps) Long and short addresses Over 16,000 locomotives can be arranged and controlled Up to 28 functions per locomotive All Scales can be used with the CabControl system with the variable voltage 7Amp Power Supply Built-in WLAN Access Point Creates a unique Wifi-Network for your Mobile Control II Wireless throttles Supports at least 32 Mobile Control II Wireless ControllersCompliant with all relevant IEEE WLAN standards. Suitable for use in America and Europe The CabControl features a LAN port to connect the box to your home network. Via the home network, the CabControl can be connected to Model RailRoad Control Software. “ECoSlink” port For easy connection with our ESU boosters, CabControl supports ECoSlink, a high speed, CAN based bus system. The CabControl built-in booster has so much power that, in most cases, you don‘t need additional ones. Hook Up Hook up is simple with the CabControl system. All you have to do is plug the 7 Amp power supply into the CabControl box and then hook up your CabControl box to your track for track power and its ready to go! The wireless controllers automatically connect to the system via WLAN. Upgradable On occasion new features will be added to the CabControl system. Gone are the days of having to send your DCC command station back to the manufacturer for updates! When a new update becomes available it is as simple as loading this to a USB Data stick and plugging it in to the back of the system. Easy! Protection Each CabControl system meets the relevant requirements regarding safety and operation on a layout: The track outlet is protected against overload as well as short circuits. Each CabControl system can differentiate between a “genuine” short, and a momentary current drain when passing over switches or gaps. We place value on the indestructibility of the device, just like we do with our mobile decoders. Expansion As the CabControl System uses the ESU Mobile Control II Wireless Throttles, expansion is easy as these throttles are already available and will connect automatically to the Integrated Control Unit. The system can also be used with the ECoSBoost Boosters using the ECoSlink Terminals when more power is needed for large layouts. CabControl - Handheld Wireless Throttle Ergonomics & Functionality Combined When you hold your CabControl Throttle in your hands for the first time you will immediately notice its excellent ergonomics. All Parts of the screen can easily be reached with one hand, and unlike a cell phone throttle, the most important functions can even be reached “without looking” giving you the ability to watch your trains and not needing to watch your throttle. This is due to the central, motorized throttle knob with end stop. With this knob you can delicately control the speed of your trains and change direction. For activating functions simply touch the icons on the display. The display also serves for changing functions – exactly the same way as you know it from your mobile phone. Finally, two buttons each on either side serve for changing direction or triggering the most important functions. These side buttons are user editable giving you the choice of what you want to control with them. Colorized Function Icons are displayed showing what function does what. Gone are the days of having to memorize what function button control what decoder feature. Running Locomotives The CabControl Throttles can control all locomotives registered in the system and supports 14, 28 or 128 speed steps. All of the important locomotive properties such as name, a picture, function mapping as well as easily identifiable icons for function buttons will be taken from the Integrated Control Unit and will be displayed correctly. You may switch up to 28 functions for each locomotive, which, of course, can either be momentary or continuous functions. You read that correctly! EVERY Function Button can be momentary or latching depending on your use! No more limitations on how you function map your decoders. As standards are constantly changing and the number of DCC function buttons is increased a simple update will allow for even more! Controlling Accessories The CabControl System has the ability to run over 1000 magnetic accessories. More Fun in Operations The high resolution (480 x 800 pixels, 280 dpi), backlit TFT display of the CabControl Throttle always keeps you up to date on the most important operating parameters. Furthermore, you can see if another operator controls a certain locomotive or if an emergency stop has been triggered. The permanently installed, powerful Lithium polymer rechargeable battery will serve you right through the most extensive operating sessions giving 5-8 hours of operation based on how you are using your throttles. Recharge the batteries of your CabControl simply by using the USB port on the Integrated Control Unit and the supplied Micro USB Cable or the battery charger of your mobile phone or any other USB port. Open Platform The CabControl Throttles are based on the Android operating system. We have created a powerful basis for this open, globally used operating system: The ARM® Cortex® A8 microprocessor clocked with 1.3 GHz and controls a high resolution 3.2 inch TFT color display. A capacitive touch screen assures touch-free data entry. For communicating with the “outside world” there is an USB port and a WLAN interface. Thanks to the standardized radio control interface, trouble free operation of your layout can be assured at any time. The range can be extended with WLAN repeaters, if necessary. Due to the open platform design you may add further apps for the Google Play Store at any time.
ESU is very proud to present to you the new interior LED lighting system for passenger cabins. This system allows you to retrofit your cars with a prototypical and steady interior lighting. The passenger car interior lighting is available in three different versions to match the desired location.The 255mm long, 9mm slim LED lighting strips with 11 LEDs are designed for N, TT and H0 gauge cars. We are offering two versions: The version with Part number 50700 is equipped with warmwhite LEDs, while on part number 50702 we installed yellow LEDs. This will give you the choice to match the lighting strips with your existing cars. As usual for all ESU lighting strips, you can adjust the brightness according to your wishes with the help of a small variable resistor (potentiometer). Thanks to built-in voltage control the brightness remains almost constant even when conventional driving. To bridge prolonged power interruptions, you may add a PowerPack. Of course, the lighting strips can be arbitrarily cut to fit the cars of all manufacturers and comes with a red taillight.
ESU is very proud to present to you the new interior LED lighting system for passenger cabins. This system allows you to retrofit your cars with a prototypical and steady interior lighting. The passenger car interior lighting is available in three different versions to match the desired location. The 255mm long, 9mm slim LED lighting strips with 11 LEDs are designed for N, TT and H0 gauge cars. We are offering two versions: The version with Part number 50700 is equipped with warm