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PIKO Digi 1

The first of the basic elements is the "PIKO Digi 1". The "PIKO Digi 1" is the digital control for the PIKO model railroad, based on DCC standard. It controls locos and all the other elements of the model train system. 2 to 3 locos can be controlled simultaneously, because the adapter, which is included in the starter set, can provide power for 2 to 3 locos.
The "PIKO Digi 1" includes a power section - your control center. An adapter is supposed to connect it to the power supply. At the same time, the "sPIKO Digi 1" is connected to the tracks. This connection is supposed to transmit command to the loco.

The locomotives themselves are controlled by the infrared remote control the so-called "PIKO Digi-Fern" (Digi Remote). It transmits all commands to the "PIKO Digi 1" which subsequently transmits them to the locos via the tracks.
In short: The commands are transmitted by the "PIKO Digi-Fern" and are transmitted to the tracks via the "PIKO Digi 1". From there, they proceed to the locomotive and its decoder. The decoder tells the motor to go faster or slower.
The "PIKO Digi 1"

Please note that the "PIKO Digi-Fern" can only be used indoors. There it can be only operated within a range of 10 meters (around 11 yards).

The "PIKO Digi-Fern" and the "PIKO Digi 1" can operate 127 locos at the most. They control the loco's speed, direction, and special features. Additionally, they can operate up to 256 switches and signals.

In order to widen the range of capabilities of the "PIKO Digi 1", we equipped the control system with 4 transmission lines which are represented by the buttons A, B, C, and D on the "PIKO Digi-Fern". You can save a loco address on one of these lines and therefore control a loco when pressing the respective button. Additionally, you can save another 4 switch or signal addresses on the same transmission line.

If e. g. line A controls the loco under the address "15" and the switches (or signals) 1 to 4, line B can control loco "20" and the switches (or signals) 13 to 16.

The 4 transmission lines enable the model railroader to switch easiyl between the different locomotives. And there is even more: If there are several PIKO model railroaders and thus 4 PIKO Digi remote controls, all 4 of them can be used simultaneously without influencing the locomotives of the other 3.

Source - http://piko.de/produkt_db/check.php?page=digi1&grand_id=10

PIKO Digi 2

If you want to expand your layout and to run more than 2 locos at the same time, then you can add the "PIKO Digi 2" to your PIKO "Digi 1".

Maximum Number of Locomotives
As we mentioned before, you can control up to 127 locos with the "PIKO Digi 1". However, this does not mean that you can use the same (and only) adapter for 127 locos running at the same time. Every locomotive consumes current. The current consumption differs among the different types of locomotives. The PIKO "Hobby" locos consume between 300 mA to 400 mA. The consumption also depends on the number of cars a loco is pulling. The adapter can only provide a certain amount of power. As a consequence, there is a limit of locos, for which an adapter can provide power. If there are too many locos on the tracks that want power, the adapter may be overloaded and simply stop working. This reaction is comparable to a short circuit.
If you want more locomotives to run on the tracks, you need additional adapters to provide additional power. These additional adapters are called "boosters". They can be connected to the "PIKO Digi 1" through the "PIKO Digi 2" (input is on the bottom side and is labeled "A"). They transmit the current in a section of the tracks that is detached from the "PIKO Digi 1".

The track sections have to be detached from each other. As the "PIKO Digi 1" and the "PIKO Digi 2" are connected, the "PIKO Digi 1" transmits its command via the "PIKO Digi 2" to the "new" section of the tracks, and controls the locomotives there as well. The maximum number of "PIKO Digi 2's" that can be connected to a "PIKO Digi 1" is 10.

Source - http://piko.de/produkt_db/check.php?page=digi2&grand_id=10

The Digi-Power-Box

If you are planning to build a very large layout with more than 4-6 locos running at the same time, many switches operating and other electrical units are likely to be working as well, you need a capable power supply.
The "PIKO Digi-Power-Box" offers this power and many more features.
The "PIKO Digi-Power-Box" is the state-of-the-art of the PIKO digital system. We call it PPB.
You can control a great number of diverse operations with it!
Have a look at the following features (which are not the only ones):
-Two independent throttles for locomotives
-Maximum number of controllable locos: 9.999
-Up to 2.000 switches and signals can be operated
-Up to 48 different track routes can be programmed and connected in series
-Up to 128 speed steps
-12 different functions can be controlled: lights, signals, sound etc.
-Up to 4 locos can be lined up for multi-traction
-Switches off automatically in case of short circuit
-Bus system that can be expanded by "Loconet". You can use additional electrical units with "Loconet", such as throttles, control desks for locomotives and other electrical accessories (lights, sound, signals), the Uhlenbrock "Lissy-System" for loco-identification and automatic system control, and much more…
-Computer connection via the serial interface (ComPort)
-DCC booster connection
-interface for the tracks to program locomotive decoder
-Built-in receiver for the PIKO "Digi Fern" and connection for additional remote control receivers
-Virtual loco addresses
-Multi-lingual menu
-Compatible with NMRA-DCC
-The software can be updated

Source - http://piko.de/produkt_db/check.php?page=digipowerbox&grand_id=10

PIKO Digi-Fern
The "PIKO Digi-Fern" has the following features:
-4 transmission lines can control 4 locos and 4 groups of 4 switches and signals each
-Loco control with loco addresses from 0 to 127
-Speed control
-Direction can be chosen
-The passenger compartment lighting can be switched on and off
-Special commands can be programmed from f1 to f8
-256 switches and signals can be controlled
-The decoder of the loco can be programmed
Technical Data

Data format:
DCC with 28 speed steps

Loco addresses:

Special commands:

Switch/Signal addresses:

Refreshing cycle:
12 locomotives
("Refreshing cycle": If a loco is not supplied with electric current for more than one second, the decoder will automatically turn off. This is a very usual thing to happen. In order to prevent the locomotive from stopping, the commands from the control have to be repeatedly transmitted (and therefore be "refreshed"). The "PIKO Digi 1" can "refresh" a maximum of 12 locos. If there are more than 12 locomotives running on the layout, one locomotive may suddenly stop running, because it cannot be "refreshed". Then it has to be supplied with new commands.)

Input voltage:         
von 12 V ~ bis 16 V ~

Output current:                 
1.8 A maximum (for "PIKO Digi1" and "PIKO Digi 2")

Power consumption:
28 VA maximum 

Source - http://piko.de/produkt_db/check.php?page=digifern&grand_id=10

Здравейте, дали може някой да го преведе това на български или поне да ми го прати ще бъда много благодарен v_gongalov@abv.bg :unsure:


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