The LokSound 5 Nano is the smallest member of the LokSound family, boasting a huge 128Mbit of sound memory, with a class D audio amplifier outputting 3W, 16 Bit, 31.25kHz Hi-Fi quality sound. Speakers with an impedance between 4-32 Ohms may be used. With an overall size of 20.5 x 8.5 x 5mm the LokSound 5 Nano will fit into almost any N or small HO scale locomotive.
Available in hardwire configuration only.
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58923 – Hardwire LokSound 5 Nano DCC
Note this LokSound decoder is specifically designed for the Australian and American markets, hence it will only support standard NMRA compatible DCC systems. It will not support Motorola (MM), Selectrix (SX) and mfx (M4) capable systems. It also doesn’t support running on AC analogue systems.
- NRMA DCC data format with function mapping
- 20.5 x 8.5 x 5mm
- Up to 16 bit audio at 31.25kHz
- 128Mbit of sound memory
- 3W 4-32Ohm speaker output – (e.g. at least 2 standard sugar cubes)
- Track voltage: Unspecified, assumed to work on all standard track voltages
- Motor max continuous current: 0.75A
- Motor peak current (~20 sec): Unspecified in manual
- Functions max total current: Each output may draw up to 180mA
- 4 amplified function outputs on wires, 2 amplified function outputs on solder pads (6 total)
- 1 logic level output (functions/servos/SUSI), 2 additional on Next18 version
- Keep alive capacitor connection pads
- Shunting mode
- Support for automatic uncoupling
- Addresses 1-10239
- Lighting effects: flashing, dimming, soft start, American lighting effects, etc.
- Advanced momentum features
- 12 sound channels with simultaneous playback
- 8 random sound generators
- Operable on DC and AC
View on the ESU website: http://www.esu.eu/en/products/loksound/loksound-5-nano-dcc/
Please note the above diagram is now out of date, please refer to the image below for the current wiring diagram of the decoder.