KeyCom

KeyCommander: Creates a digital switch command by a key stroke e.g. for turnout- or signal decoder!

Features of the KeyCom

  • Analogue controlled layouts required previously a considerable large effort of wiring to switch turnouts and signals. For each turnout-drive it was required to install a minimum of two wires from the drive to the turnout control key.
  • Thanks to the KeyCommander (KeyCom) it is now possible to use the advantage of simple wiring of a digital layout on your analogue layout.
  • The KeyCommander translates a key-stroke into a digital switch command (data format Märklin-Motorola or DCC). Just two wires will transmit the information to a turnout decoder installed near the turnout which will switch the turnout as required.
  • The key switch information will come via the 16-fold standard feedback module (RM-88-N / RM-DEC-88) to the KeyCommander. The digital information created by the KeyCommander (KeyCom) will come via a standard digital booster (DB-2) to the turnout- and signal decoder. Therefore are low-cost standard digital components in action. Those components can be eventually used for a real digital layout in future.


With the KeyCommander is it possible to switch as well drive ways by keystroke.
Previously was it possible to program up to 8 drive ways. After the function extension (novelty 2013) is now the programming of max. 16 drive ways possible.
  • For each turnout drive way can be 16 digital addresses transmitted for switching turnouts or signals. For the required adjustments is it possible to adapt a ServiceModule with LCD-display and control keys to the KeyCommander.

KeyCommander with adapted ServiceModule (GBS-Service) for system adjustments.

  • The finished module in a case comes with 24 month warranty.
  • Each KeyCommander will be supplied with a detailed operating-/respectively assembly instruction. Those instructions can be found within the next section.
  • The KeyCommander is available as a kit (-B), as checked finished module in a case (-G) or as a Startset consistung of 1 pc. KeyCom (MM or DC) and 1 pc. GBS-Service.

Downloads

Instructions regarding this article can be found here: Downloads KeyCommander.
Instructions for all LDT-Components can be found here: Overview Downloads.

Sample-Connections

Sample-connections regarding this article can be found here: Sample-Connections KeyCommander.
Sample-connections for all LDT-Components can be found here: Overview Sample-Connections.

Add to Wish List / Prices

Attention: Products can only be added to the Wish List, if you are registered as customer at the LDT WebShop or if you are initially registered by interest of our products.


Add to Wish List: KeyCom-MM-B (Part-No.: 090301): for Märklin-Motorola as a kit (42,90 €*).
Add to Wish List: KeyCom-MM-G (Part-No.: 090303): for Märklin-Motorola as a finished module in a case (59,90 €*).

Add to Wish List: KeyCom-DC-B (Part-No.: 090201): for DCC as a kit (42,90 €*).
Add to Wish List: KeyCom-DC-G (Part-No.: 090203): for DCC as a finished module in a case (59,90 €*).


Startsets consisting of : 1 piece KeyCommander and 1 piece Service-Modul (GBS-Service).

Add to Wish List: KeyCom-Startset-MM-B (Part-No.: 090351): for Märklin-Motorola as a kit (64,90 €*).
Add to Wish List: KeyCom-Startset-MM-G (Part-No.: 090353): for Märklin-Motorola as a finished module in a case (92,90 €*).

Add to Wish List: KeyCom-Startset-DC-B (Part-No.: 090251): for DCC as a kit (64,90 €*).
Add to Wish List: KeyCom-Startset-DC-G (Part-No.: 090253): for DCC as a finished module in a case (92,90 €*).

* All prices incl. VAT, plus Shipping.

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