The LT Panel is the same fascia panel assembly which comes included with the LT-50.
This product is used with the LT-50 "Layout Throttle." This panel can be used to create a DCC track output when used with an LT-50 using the specified jack. A single additional wired LCC throttle can be connected to the front of the panel, and this panel can be connected into a larger LCC network using the jacks on the back.
The LT Panel can also be used as a power injection point for an LCC network (400mA per port) when used with an appropriate power supply (not included, except with the LT-50) and the barrel jack on the back.
Included In Package
- LT Panel board x1
- LT Panel fascia cover plate x1
- Fascia mounting screws x4
- Fascia cover plate screws x2
- Option Jumpers x3
The LT Panel has a few notable physical features:
- Green 2-pin Track Output connector with detachable screw terminal connector
- 2.5mm x 5.5mm barrel jack for Power In
- Configuration Jumpers (see details below)
- Single "LT" RJ-45 jack(for LT-50 only)
- Three "LCC" RJ-45 jacks (1x Front: For T-50; 2x Rear for LCC Bus)
- Bi-color LED for "Track On"
Refer to the table below for information on the configuration jumpers available on the LT Panel:
|TERM (1)||Insert this jumper to add termination to the LCC-CAN bus. An LCC-CAN bus should have exactly two terminators, with one at each end of the bus.
This jumper can (optionally) provide for one of the required terminators.
Note: In practicality, a very short (less than 10ft or 3m) LCC-CAN bus can still work reliably with one terminator.
|N/A (2)||Not Used|
|DCC/F (3 & 4)||The LT Panel is designed to be use with a "Layout Throttle", such as an LT-50 plugged into the front facing port with the "LT" logo. |
Note: The Layout Throttle uses the NMRA S-9.1.2 Full Scale Interface
This circuit is only intended to be used to provide the signal from the LT-50 to other devices on the LCC-CAN bus. This circuit is not intended to supply signals to LCC boosters such as the B-106. This circuit must be disabled/open if another LCC device is driving the LCC-CAN pins 4 & 5 as allowed by the standard. The LT Panel is not designed to be used along with another LCC/DCC command station, such as the CS-105. In this case, an LCC Panel should be used instead.