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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Lk00 26 September – My layout ‘Crewlisle’ uses the Lenz system. They are working perfectly apart from one problem. When it reaches the other break it goes straight through.
I have tried adjusting the potentiometer on the LK, but it makes no difference. Can you adjust the speed with which the PSX-1 reacts to slow it penz a little? It is kicking in before the LK can change the polarity. It is currently on the default setting of 3. By connecting different combinations of the four terminals I can set either 1.
Would any of those trip amperages solve my problem? If so, would it affect the overall 4 amp capacity of my DCC system?
Lenz – LK Reverse Loop Module
Posted 27 September – There was another thread a month or so back which involved PSXs I too use PSX’s but mine were bought some time ago. 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 As Dagworth suggests – it is better to have if not necessary lenx have identical references same dcc ideally at either end, and this being common to the switched section If you set it any higher then it will never trip as your DCC system will trip first as it will reach its limiting current before the PSX As far as I can see there is no way to tweak the reaction ,enz of the PSX-1, I did have a look at the manual.
What I would probably do is to set up three small power districts, one each end of the reversible section and the section itself lezn the LK and take them out of penz PSX-1 protection altogether. Not ideal but it will solve the problem, Andi.
I will let you know what happens.
Posted 28 September – The LK was relay based and has long since been replaced by the LK which uses solid state electronics. Posted 29 September – Not a sound or hesitation when locos go around the reversing loop. 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.
This normally occurs if I decide to change locos on the cartridges. To avoid any shut downs I will just switch off the reversing loop during loco changes. These files are stored on your computer and help remember your login name, display name and the site content that you have already read or contributed to.
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