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|Common Name||SET 100||Manufacturer||Lenz|
|Product URL||http://www.lenzusa.com/index.htm||Manual URL|
|Integrated Throttle||Buttons||Max Current||5|
|Computer Interface||Yes||Software Upgrade Possible||Yes|
|Communications BUS||XpressNet Protocol||Firmware Upgrade Possible||Yes|
|Separate Programming Track||Yes|
|Address Range||2/4||Max Simultaneous Trains||9999|
|Support Consisting||Universal, Advanced, Other||Max Consists||99|
|Speed Steps||128||Max Switches||1,024|
|Zero Stretching||Yes||Ops Mode Programming||true|
|Auto Shuffle Train / Signal Speed Control||Ukn||LocoNumberReadback||Yes|
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The Ground and R & S terminals on the LZV100 provide for logic, detection, and feedback from LR101s, LS100s , LB101s if those capabilities are implemented in your DCC system.
The C & D terminals on the LZV100 transmit the DCC signal to other LV power units connected to a system via the C & D terminals on those units.
The E terminal on the LV100/101/102 boosters transmits a power interrupted logical signal to the Command Station section of the LZV100 when there is a short on the outputs (J & K terminals) of an LV series booster. Short circuit detection/shutdown is internal to the LZV100 for power districts connected to its J & K terminals.