Built to conform to all NMRA Standards and RPs (submitted to NMRA Testing)
Super smooth and silent high frequency back-emf motor control.
Supports NMRA DCC Bidirectional data communication.
USP with optional power module for operation on dirty track.
Asymmetrical DCC support including directional stopping.
SUSI Sound Interface
Adjustable precision stopping control.
Low speed gear for switching operations.
Selectable for operation with 14/27, or 28/128 speed steps.
Operation on conventional DC layouts is possible or can be disabled.
Provides 0.5A continuous motor current, 0.8 amp peak. (note different Functions and Amperage in chart below)
Four function outputs rated at 200mA each with advanced function mapping
Directional or independent lighting with dimming and extensive special effects.
Support for Advanced Consist Control and Extended Addressing.
Support for programming on the mainline (operations mode programming).
Support for all form of programming as described in NMRA RP-9.2.3.
simple signal stop and slow approach using Asymmetrical DCC
You can carry out a particularly simple signal stop using the ABC braking module. Combined with the constant braking distance, precise on-the-spot stopping in front of red signals is not a problem.
The signal indication "Slow approach/Caution" does not pose a problem; the respective speed can be set via a CV in the decoder.
You can operate all functions during the signal stop or slow approach - you can even reverse away again from the red signal.
Push-pull train control
A push-pull train control can be set if the ABC braking module BM2 is used. There are two different options: push-pull operation with and without intermediate stops. The latter also takes slow-approach sections into account. The stopping time at the end of the track and at the intermediate stops is set at between 1 and 255 seconds via a CV.
In combination with the optional energy storage, the intelligent USP circuit ensures that your locomotive can run even over dirty track sections or dead frogs. The energy storage is installed separately in the vehicle.
The GOLD decoder is equipped with the RailCom function. In addition to the locomotive address, other data (e.g. speed, CV content) can be transmitted from the locomotive via the track back to the system and displayed.
Four function outputs can be mapped to the functions of the digital system according to NMRA specifications.
Different lighting effects can be set at the four function outputs: