Summary: Small throttle with display screen and infrared capability. Replaces the UT4 throttle. Requires UR90, UR91, or UR92 for infrared functionality. Can access 2000 turnout decoder addresses.
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|Check PriceMSRP||115.00 USD101.99 EUR <br />86.19 GBP <br />160.96 AUD <br />146.47 CAD <br />|
|Manufacturer Part Number||UT6|
|Product URL||Product Link|
|Manual URL||Manual Link|
|Has computer interface||None|
|Firmware Upgrade Possible|
|Throttle Connection Methods|
|Infrared Requirements||UR90, UR91, UR92|
|Power method||Battery, Wired|
|Display screen size|
|Number of instant throttle controls||
How many trains can be controlled instantly with knobs
|Can control stationary decoders||Yes|
|Max Controllable Switches|
|Max Number of Controllable Functions||29|
This throttle can operate wirelessly using infrared light in simplex mode. For infrared operations, a compatible infrared receiver such as the UR90, UR91, or UR92 attached to the LocoNet throttle network is required. When operating wireless, the cord can be detached.
Among the many improvements over the UT4 throttle is how it's powered when operating wirelessly. Previous generates used a 9V battery non-rechargable battery, and the throttle had no power switch. This version is powered by AA batteries, or using Digitrax BP600MH battery back that is rechargeable. There is a power on/off switch, so no more flipping batteries around to save battery life.
The addition of the display screen additional features and better confirmation of status.
For duplex radio operations, see UT6D. Radio is required is for wireless outdoor operations because infrared will not work outdoors in the daytime.
- Screen is 1.5" LCD
- Numeric keys to quickly selecting locomotives or turnouts.
- Access 29 decoder functions
- Having issues with newer Digitrax throttles, such as DT602D or UT6, only getting power using Loconet?