The MD mXion AKW is the powerful turnout decoder for track G as well as other sizes. It can switch motor (EPL) drives as well as dual coil drives (H0 and old LGB drives) as well as all other KW switch modules. However, the nuclear power plant offers 8 switch outputs which are freely configurable. The turnout addresses can be assigned individually. In addition, the AKW offers div. Additional functions (3-way switch mode, uncoupler track mode). In addition, it can be used in locomotive operation and then offers 16 switchable function outputs. XpressNet is also prepared and can be used for point feedback (planned function). The nuclear power plant is of course 100% NMRA-DCC compatible. For details, see the
Der MD mXion VKW is a very powerful 4-channel turnout decoder, 8 channel switching decoder. In addition to various special functions (3-way switch mode, uncoupler track mode), it has 8 contact inputs (2 each switch output) which can be used for various circuit tasks, analog consoles, contact release / activation as well as direction-dependent switching with reed or track contacts as well as switches or buttons. As a result, the VKW is very flexible and universally applicable. Of course the VKW is 100% NMRA-DCC compatible
The MD mXion ZKW has 2 switch outputs and 2 function outputs, which can be controlled with locomotive and turnout addresses. Not only EPL (motorized drives) but also dual coil drives (eg H0 points, old LGB points) can be switched. In addition, the ZKW offers many special features that simplify the daily control process. It has a special 3-way switch mode that prevents derailment and simplifies control of the 3-way turnout. There is also a special decoupling track mode. In addition, the ZKW offers many functions such as common switching, dimmable function outputs (for example, switches / signal lanterns) and much more. Of course the ZKW is 100% NMRA-DCC compatible. For details, see the
The MD mXion EKW is our smallest turnout decoder. It has 1 switch channel for motor drives, EPL and 3-wire turnouts (double coil drives such as H0, old LGB points) and a function output which can be controlled either via locomotive address or point address. This allows you to easily switch lanterns, realize frog centering or even disconnect track sections. He also has, like the ZKW, a special mode for LGB decoupling tracks. Furthermore, various special functions can be set and configured. Due to the small external dimensions, it optimally fits every drive. The EKW is completely potted and thus weatherproof.
Another highlight is the MD mXion EKWs. The functionality corresponds exactly to the EKW, but the design is different. This is so small and narrow that the board can be placed under or in the threshold of the track. There, the EKWs can be soldered directly to the existing contacts of the track. If you put it in a shrink tube before, it is even weatherproof protected. Smaller is it really only with our MD mXion SWD.
The EKW(s) is of course 100% NMRA-DCC compatible. For details, see the
The MD mXion MAD is only thumb-sized and has 6 pulse outputs, which can switch 3 double coil points, signals, uncoupler tracks, and much more. In addition to DCC, this magnetic article decoder also has the Märklin-Motorola format. It is by the separate address assignment by CV programming as well as by programming switch possible, very easy and convenient to assign turnout addresses. These do not have to be consecutive (no blocks needed). Furthermore, this module can also be used ideally for switching tasks in buildings and motors, lamps and more. switch, because the switching time is freely adjustable (also permanently). If the switching time is set to permanent, the decoder can be operated like a switch (on / off). Furthermore, the MAD dominates div. Other settings such as, for example, switch back to time (fallback). The MAD is of course 100% compatible with NMRA-DCC and MM. For details, see the
The MD mXion MWB is the best turnout drive for track G. It has the LGB EPL drive size and only needs to be connected to the track. Here, the decoder and the drive, a high-quality, extremely strong metal geared motor, integrated with actuator. All components are made of ABS by injection molding. This makes it extremely robust and completely weatherproof at the same time. It can work in analog and digital mode, while slowly setting the course for the prototype (also analogous to the EPL control panel). The positioning time (speed) is adjustable. In addition, it has a function output, so you can easily lanterns or lamps switch and dimming. The original LGB turnout lanterns as well as the additional switches can be operated on the drive. Even signals can be converted with it. Another highlight is the built-in frog polarization in addition to the low power consumption and the full analog operation. This allows core pieces to be connected directly. The right relay is already integrated and connected in the drive. It only needs to be soldered to the heart. This can also biding siding bpsw. be switched off. The connection can be easily realized via the existing screw terminal. Furthermore, various special functions can be set and configured. The MWB is of course 100% NMRA-DCC compatible. For details, see the
The MD mXion SWD is a very small servo soft decoder. It is much smaller than the LGB EPL drive and only needs to be connected to the track. The decoder and the servo and the actuator are integrated. He can work analogue and digital, while being exemplary slowly set the switch (also analogous to the EPL control panel). The positioning time is adjustable. It also has a function output, so you can easily switch lanterns, realize frog centering or even turn off track sections. The decoder can either work in locomotive or switch mode. Furthermore, various special functions can be set and configured. Of course the SWD is 100% NMRA-DCC compatible. For details, see the
The MD mXion MDC is a universal motor decoder. On the one hand, he can control normal EPL as well as motor and 3-wire switches. At the same time, 4 EPL drives can be directly connected to the motor output. As with the EKW all outputs are invertible and dimmable. In addition to the motor output, the MDC also has 2 contact inputs and 2 function outputs. Thus, depending on the configuration, it can be used as pantograph control (with / without limit switch), for trolleys with engines, ropeway control (eg for RIGI as circulation and pendulum operation), turntable decoder (eg POLA G, direct replacement of old electronics) as well as railway barrier module (eg POLA G). As a railway barrier module, it supports the two function outputs the typical alternating flashing signals of the St. Andrews crosses. The MDC is of course 100% NMRA-DCC compatible. For details, see the