The LokSound 5 is the most important member of the LokSound family. Due to the combination of the digital decoder and the sound module on one circuit board we achieve the smallest possible dimensions of 30 mm x 15.5 mm. Therefore it fits into almost any H0 or 0 gauge locomotive. LokSound 5 decoders are available with all popular interface types. Operating modes Like all products of the LokSound family the LokSound 5 is a true multi protocol decoder. It supports DCC as well as Motorola, Selectrix and M4. Of course it supports 14 through to 128 speed steps as well as 2 and 4 digit addresses in DCC format and up to 32 functions. Thanks to RailComPlus the decoders register themselves fully automatically on suitable command stations. This decoder supports all DCC programming modes and thanks to RailCom you may read out the CV values on the main, provided you have a command station supporting RailCom. There are utility registers for command stations that only facilitate programming of CVs ranging from 1 to 255. Motorola users benefit from up to 28 speed steps for 255 addresses. Three additional Motorola addresses facilitate triggering of 16 functions. An integral programming mode even allows programming with the good old Central Unit 6021. The M4 protocol supports the automatic registration on mfx compatible central units. The LokSound 5 decoder supports the Märklin braking sections just as well as the ZIMO HLU braking commands or the Lenz ABC system. Braking with DCC brake generators or with DC is also possible. Furthermore the locomotive with a LokSound will come to a halt when a Selectrix braking diode is switched into the circuit. The ABC push-pull feature enables the automatic commuting between two stations. The LokSound 5 decoder is also suitable for analogue DC and AC (!) layouts.