Smoke generator for large trains, operated with large-web decoders MX695, '696,' 697, '699, etc.:
Dimensions: 50 x 50 x 30 mm (new design visually recognizable: NO metal angles) ; Tank: 4ml
connecting wires :
blue (fan plus, maximum 5-6 V to be connected to fan output of the ZIMIO decoder),
yellow (fan minus to decoder ground),
red (heating element plus - to decoder rail voltage plus pole or low voltage),
green (Heating element at foot outlet FA1 ... FA8).
ATTENTION: This design is a ZIMO special version . that is, there may be smoke generators of the same appearance on the market, but containing other heating elements, and therefore need other heating voltages or cope.
The current ZIMO version of the TR92-101 includes a 15 ohm heating element (a wirewound resistor) with a maximum voltage load of 10V. The CVs # 137-139 (smoke intensity for standstill, acceleration) a characteristic curve for the relevant function output (FA1 ... FA8) is defined and must simultaneously so -IMPORTANT - Adjustment Maximalspannug the smoke generator done by the largest Value generates the corresponding ratio.
EXAMPLE: Heating element Plus at rail voltage 24V : CV # 137, # 138, # 139 = 50, 75, 110: The heating element is suitable for a maximum voltage of approx. 10V, therefore the voltage must be limited accordingly by PWM, this results in CV # 139 (highest intensity with acceleration) the value 110 = 255 / (24/10), for the other CVs (standstill, drive) correspondingly lower values (about 40% and 60%, which of course can be varied individually). ,
EXAMPLE: Heating element plus at 18 V ( busbar or low voltage adjusted to 18-19 V):
CV # 137, # 138, # 139 = 65, 95, 140. The values are set higher in comparison to the above example (by approx. 25%), because the voltage is lower (18 V 25% lower than 24 V) and therefore less need to be reduced.