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|What is a ZIMO accessory decoder? Open information by clicking on + on the left.|
|for 1 turnout||waterproof||for 2 turnouts||with economical "light outputs" for signals|
|High resolution pictures for download : MX820E MX820D MX820V MX820X MX820Y MX820Z|
|Dimensions (mm)||19 x 11 x 2||23 x 12 x 3||19 x 11 x 3||19 x 11 x 2||19 x 11 x 3||19 x 11 x 3|
|1.0 A||1.0 A||1.0 A||1.0 A||1.0 A||1.0 A|
|Servo - outputs||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Instruction manual||Instruction manual|
|MX821: Servo decoder with 8 outputs|
|Like MX821S, but features additionally:|
|- 8 complete servo connections, each with 3 poles (5V or 6V supply, ground, control wire)||- 16 inputs for potential override switches, with which each turnout can be positioned either from the tracks or from an interlocking switch.|
|- power supply directly from the tracks (energy and DCC data) and/or an additional supply (so turnouts can also be swithed after an overcurrent); RailCom for feedback and reading CVs.
- 16 Open-collector outputs 100 mA each; various configurations possible,
to connect a relay forfrog polarisation, or for signals that are addressed individually by definable additional or object addresses. This follows the same logic as the light outputs of the MX820.
|Instruction manual:||Instruction manual|
Last update: 2018 07 18