The extension module is connected to the basic module (interface) via LocoNet in order to have more inputs and outputs for stop points, junctions, traffic lights, lighting, sensors and parking spaces for more complex systems. Several extension modules can be connected in series.
This module includes 11 inputs for sensors, 12 outputs for functional elements.
The extension module in Car System Digital mode:
The extension module is connected to the digital master via LocoNet cable and is automatically recognized as a hardware component by the "Car System Digital" software. With its 11 inputs and 12 outputs, it enables the installation and control of light signals integrated on the route, such as B. physical traffic lights, LEDs or lamps, from Car System control components such as B. junctions, parking lots or sensors and from other consumers. These are visible after the virtual recording of the route with a digital address in the system window. The connection is made to 16 V alternating voltage. Several extension modules can be connected one behind the other. The extension module can also be connected directly to a LocoNet-compatible digital center (e.g. Uhlenbrock Intellibox II) and operated via it.