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N Scale - ESU - 58731 - Digital Decoder - Kato

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N Scale - ESU - 58731 - Digital Decoder - Kato

Stock Number 58731
Original Retail Price $114.99
Brand ESU
Manufacturer ESU
Body Style ESU Drop-In Decoder
Prototype Digital Decoder
Road or Company Name N/A (Details)
Reporting Marks Drop-In Decoder
Road or Reporting Number Kato
Ready-to-Run No
Item Category Accessories
Model Type Electrical
Model Subtype Decoder
Model Variety DCC
Scale 1/160

Specific Item Information: Add to WishlistDescription LokSound 5 Micro Direct NMRA DCC Sound Decoder - Kato Japan Type Decoder Specifications: Size: 27.6 mm x 14.1 mm x 3.0 mm (1.09 in x 0.56 in x 0.12 in) Interface: N Scale Drop-In Motor Rating: 0.9 A Nominal BEMF: Motor control with 50 kHz clock frequency Functions: 3 amplified outputs for special functions Sound: -32-bit processor -Digital class "D" amplifier with up to 13 W power -12 sound channels can be played simultaneously -Each channel in 16-bit resolution and 31250 kHz sample rate Nominal Speaker Impedance: 4 - 32 Ohm Protocol: DCC with RailComPlus Additional Features: -Updatable with ESU-LokProgrammer -Two-stage heavy load simulation -3 new, individually adjustable brake controllers -Connection interface for RC servos and SUSI modules -Optional PowerPack storage capacitor connections Includes 11x15 mm "sugar cube" loudspeakers with customizable sound capsule set

Prototype Description: A Digital Decoder is a small piece of electronics installed in model railroad items, to start with in locomotives, to which a unique ID or address is assigned, and that allows to control the said item from a centralized control station using its address.
Thus it becomes possible to control individually multiple locomotives running on the same power district, which is not possible on analog layouts.
Though several digital systems exist, the most predominant is the Digital Command Control or DCC that was invented in the 1980's by Lenz Elektronik GmbH and adopted in 1993 as a NMRA standard.

Road Name History:
No applicable company.

Item created by: gdm on 2021-06-10 07:48:27

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