Wires need soldering and CVs need adjusting. If height is a limiting factor choose the SPP-N at circa 33 x 9.4 x 6.5 mm, (l x w x h), if length is the problem choose the SPP (normal) at circa 22 x 10 x 13.5 mm. We regret we cannot guarantee the Power Pack will fit in your loco with or without modification. V5 6 and 8 pin Micro Decoders are no longer suitable for direct wiring due to a change in the harness design.
If you wish to do this please order the V5 Micro with wire connections or 8 pin normal size decoder and cut the supplied plug off. Loksound V5 DCC Sound Decoder with English Electric Class 50. Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway has undertaken the recording of railway locomotives used on its line, and preparing a Loksound V4.0 chip using these recordings for sale to railway modellers using DCC and sound. The first three of these have been available for a number of months now. Recordings have been taken from GWR 1366 Class pannier, the BR 08 Vac only Diesel shunter D3018 "Haversham" and BR Class 17 Clayton D8511.
Following the success of these three the range has now been extended by the release of BR 08 Dual Braked Diesel Shunter 08825, Classes 20, 31, 33, 37/0, 50, 52 and 66. LMS/BR 5MT (Black 5), BR 7MT (Britannia), Ivatt 2MT, 8F, 9F, GWR Manor, Hall, 64XX & 57XX and SR Bulleid Merchant Navy. Currently you are looking at the details of the Class 50.
The others are available by checking out our other posted sales. We can offer all our sounds on a range of Loksound decoders, so choose the one which is applicable to your particular locomotive. Then this should not be difficult to locate and the Loksound decoder can be plugged into the socket already there. If your loco does not have a DCC socket then you will have to either wire one in, or cut off the plug supplied and hardwire the decoder to the power inputs from the track. If anything goes wrong the downside is not too expensive!Loksound 5 decoders (except the XL) have a 15mm x 11mm sugar cube as standard and come with a sound chamber. Please also note that if you are considering using your own speaker then Loksound 4 & 5 decoders require it to be rated at around 4-8 Ohms. If your spare speaker came from a Loksound 3.5 then more than likely it will be rated at 50 or more Ohms, and as such will not produce much sound! If you wish to study the differences between available decoders and speakers, please check out the ESU website at.
Should you want to receive the sound on any other ESU Loksound Decoder not listed in the sale options this can be arranged, but there may be a despatch delay whilst these are sourced. A YouTube recording is available to listen to our offerings here... Please copy and paste if the link becomes broken.
Each Decoder comes with a leaflet, and that for the Class 50 is reproduced below. For other CV values, settings, etc. Please see the ESU booklet supplied with the decoder and also available online at the ESU website. Your decoder will be supplied as requested, with a.
6, 8 or 21 pin plug, and standard ESU speaker for your configuration. Before fitting ensure your locomotive is compatible with your choice and that you are competent in undertaking the work involved, in both accessing the internals of the locomotive and fitting a decoder and speakers. Kit bashing may be required!
If necessary suitable guides can usually be found on the internet and/or You-Tube. We regret any faults or failures caused by incorrect fitting will result in a repair charge being levied, assuming a repair is possible! We are now able to offer a decoder fitting service through a third party affiliate.I hope you enjoy driving your model with the sound of the Class 50. WE WILL ONLY DESPATCH BY "FULLY INSURED AND SIGNATURE" SERVICE. We are proud to represent the sound of one of English Electric?
S finest, the Class 50. The tune of the Class 50? S 16CSVT engine has been captured nicely and its top end thrash will bring your model Class 50 to life. Upon pressing F1, the fire bell will? As the battery isolating switch is switched in.
The first start of the day will be a cold start and your loco will start to crank and splutter before erupting into life and the cold start sequence will begin. Please note, cold start sequence lasts for about a minute. All subsequent restarts will be warm starts where your loco will burst into life. Should you wish to avoid a cold start, simply press F9.
This sound project has been created to enable it to be driven and will respond to you drive it. Drive it gently, it will rev up in an according manner. Wind that power handle round, and the thrash will commence! Should you wish to experience the maximum thrash, when the loco is stationary, wind the controller rapidly to about ¾ maximum power.
Ll hear the engine thrash into its train. The only thing missing is the smoke 50s create! This project has made use of ESU? S latest features such as drive hold which will enable to you control the engine rather than the speed so you can simulate a heavy load. Reverse of the page will give you the function list and sound slot CV details.
If a bass reflex speaker is to be used, we recommend a sugar cube speaker is used in parallel as you will really experience that class 50 thrash. Please note, increasing the decoder volume may distort the sound due to Clipping. Should a decoder reset be required, please program CV8 to 8. Please see the ESU booklet supplied with the decoder and on-line. Your decoder will be supplied as requested, in size (mini or normal), with a plug, which will be 6, 8 or 21 pin, and an appropriate speaker.
Before fitting ensure your locomotive is compatible with your choice and that you are competent in undertaking the work involved. We regret any faults or failures caused by incorrect fitting will result in a repair charge being levied. I hope you enjoy driving your model with the sound of a Class 50. Providing a contact telephone number.I regret that since we are all volunteers at Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway it is not feasible to provide an office telephone that will be answered during normal working hours. Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway is a Heritage Railway on the former Watlington Branch, operating out of Chinnor Station. The station shop has a varied stock, including second-hand railway items donated for sale, and has been appointed ESU and Bachmann dealers. Should you require anything from these manufacturers, please ask. A discount is always waiting. Occasionally there are items for sale that do not fit the GWR branch line ethos and so a shop sale to visitors is unlikely. The railway is registered for VAT, and a VAT Invoice can be supplied to VAT registered purchasers. Please note sale of donated items are zero rated for VAT purposes. WE WILL ONLY DESPATCH BY "FULLY INSURED AND SIGNATURE" SERVICES. Due to a shortage of the Micro with wires, until further notice we will now be supplying a Next18 with a clip-on fly lead. To all intents and purposes this fly lead turns the Next18 into a micro with wires.
The item "English Electric Class 50 Diesel Sound loaded on a Loksound V5 DCC Sound Decoder" is in sale since Monday, February 26, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectables\Model Railways & Trains\Power & Control\Decoders". The seller is "candprr" and is located in Bicester, Oxfordshire. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.