Sound File Provided by John Gay of JMC. Lights Converted to Independent Control on Both Cab Ends. Cab Lights Fitted Both Ends. Driver Fitted to the Detailed End.
Cab Interiors Painted to Improve the Look of the Cab Lights. Below Shows a Brief Summery of the Instruction.
Directional Head, Halo and Red lights. Headlights only on F15, Halo lights only on F16, Rear lights turn off on F18 with all combinations.
One of three random horns. Locomotive will move a short distance, pause briefly and then return to its original position with uncoupling sounds. Active brake application (when moving) / Brake dump (when stationary). Activate Braking for more direct control over deceleration as it reduces the stopping distance by 80% and also reduces the top speed of the locomotive by 1/3 if left activated. If you feel that the locomotive is taking to long to stop, the stopping time is controlled by CV 179.When the locomotive becomes stationary, you can activate brake "Dump", which is waste gases released from the braking system. Parking Mode can be activated by activating F5 and switching off the Headlights (F1), this will activate the red lamps at either end of the locomotive, giving the impression that the locomotive has been stabled, with Paired Mode, the Parking Mode is applied to each end of the entire train, displaying reds at both ends. Switching on the lights (F0) overrides Parking Mode, deactivating the reds at one ends. Only displays top marker light with rear lights, must be used with F0. Can be used in combination with other light functions. Rear lights off with F18. Only displays headlights with rear lights, must be used with F0. Only displays Halo Lights with rear lights, must be used with F0.
Cab lights turned on, and then turned off once the locomotive travels a short distance. Auto Cab Light Over Ride. Stops movement turning off the cab lights, so they're manually operated. Light Engine / Heavy Train.With F22 switched off (the default setting) the locomotive will behave as if it is running without load (Light Engine), quickly accelerating away and stopping in much shorter distances. Activating F22 will switch the Locomotive into Heavy Train Mode, greatly increasing the acceleration times, and simulating the amount of power the engine needs when accelerating. It will also significantly increase the stopping distances of the locomotive, when compared to Light Engine. Referred to as "Optional" and "Primary" load by ESU. Reduces the braking distance by 40% and limits the top speed to approximately 30mph. For more control of speed, in and around stations. Can be used with F5 for increased braking. Reduces the braking distance by 20% and limits the top to approximately 15mph. For more control of speed, in and around yards. Also displays marker lights, head lights, and red lights, in the direction of travel. This can be toggled in combination of F0. Too give the impression of an already warmed up locomotive. Train Protection and Warn System and Automatic Warning System Cab Announcements. Will activate all braking and quickly reduce the locomotive speed to a scale 15mph.
The user will still need to stop the train by setting speed to speed step 0 on the handset! Warning bleep for passing a "green" signal. This item is in the category "Collectables\Model Railroads & Trains\Railroads & Trains\Locomotives".
The seller is "cr_signals" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.