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Viessmann 5211 turnout decoder (K-83)

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Viessmann 5211 turnout decoder (K-83)

Viessmann 5211 decoder The Viessmann 5211 decoder has eight separately switchable, short circuitproof, impulse outputs which can be used for example to switch semaphores, turnouts or uncoupling tracks. It is very similar to the Marklin K-83 decoder. The decoder uses the Motorola data format and so it can be used with thesystem Marklin Digital (controllable by the Central Station using the Keyboardor the Switchboard, too). The 5211 has to be set to an address, which connects it with 4 succeedingpairs of switches of a Switchboard, a Keyboard or the Central Station. You cansee it in the table at the end of...

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