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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Haven’t wired it, but Loys web site as a 16 page information sheet taht can be down loaded.

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If so, would it affect the overall 4 amp capacity of my DCC system? More of our company cookie policy can be found here – https: You currently have javascript disabled.

Have any of you guys tried using one of these with a Digitrax system. Posted 28 September – Would any of those trip amperages solve my problem? I’ve forgotten my password.

I will let you know what happens. I have tried adjusting the potentiometer on the LK, but it makes no difference. In the Lenz catalog it sayes 3.

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Members who are registered and logged in do not see this message repeatedly. As Dagworth suggests – it is better to have if not necessary to have identical references same dcc ideally at either end, and this being common to the switched section It is kicking in before the LK can change the polarity. ,k100 content is the property of the poster.


Do I need to adjust the POT? As far as you exchanging your Zephyr for a 90, that’s your prerogative.

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Train of Thought Railroad Forums http: Edited by GoingUnderground, 28 September – It’s still at the standard setting and I can hear it click when it shorts. Not ideal but it will solve the problem, Andi. I have an oval of track with a crossover diagonally across the centre. It is currently on the default setting of 3.

They are working perfectly apart from one problem. It looks like a better quality, higher capacity version of the MRC to me.

Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. Please log in to reply. Edited by – R. Better model railroader than a speller.

Reversing Loop Problem

Results 1 to 6 of 6. The loco is a Bachmann Shay. But it is somewhat adjustable. I have insulated both rails of the cross over track at each turnout where they leave effectively isolating the entire centre crossover.

The time now is Posted 29 September – The diagonal is much longer than the train, so is not shorting at each end. If there is an Australian reader who knows the problem, can they PM me with their phone number so I can ring them please. You should only see this notice again if you have cleared cookies from your browser. I too use PSX’s but mine were bought some time ago.


This is what I know so far: Thanks, Edited by – R. Not a sound or hesitation when locos go around the reversing loop. 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.

Posted 26 September – This is a HO question but applies to all including N scale I should imagine. I had a Zypher myself, but sent it back to get a Lenz Set Bob, Everything I’ve found about the LK indicates that it has a 5 amp capacity, including Tony’s comparison. I have a question concerning the Lenz LK reverse loop controller.

My question is this. Thanks Andi; your last sentence made me think again. Sign In Need an account? 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 lemz exchange system, any short will shut down the whole layout. Posted 27 September – My layout ‘Crewlisle’ uses the Lenz system.

Steam was generated in 0. I think it’s great, never given me lenzz problems, extremely easy to install, can handle 5 amps, doesn’t need power supply, isn’t relay based, and comes with Tony’s great customer support. I don’t care for the entry level systems.