The LH90 also is our first handheld which can have its software upgraded without changing any parts! It's part of our dedication to upgradeable DCC.
LH90 has a luminescent, 4-digit LED display. It is able to display the numbers 0 to 9 and other symbols. The LH90 hand held controller has a sensitive 256 step potentiometer, fast access up to 6 locomotive addresses, direct switching of five functions (F0-F4) with a shift key to access F5-F8, and a traditional center-off toggle switch for direction control.
The "stack" feature facilitates quick access to up to 8 locomotive addresses. To each digit of the deck you can allocate any loco address between 0 and 9999. This will ensure that you have fast and reliable access to the locomotives which are most important for the current operating situation, at the touch of a few buttons. The locomotive addresses entered in the stack are permanently stored, even if the LH90 is switched off.
Features (depending on features of command stations) include:
Access to all 10,000 locomotive addresses.
Control of 9 Functions (momentary if set up by an LH100)
Set up and break apart consists
Consist control using Smart Consisting
Support for all forms of programming (Register, Paged, Direct, Operations Mode Programming
Turnout and Signal Control
The LH90 connects to the XpressNET on any XpressNet based systems and becomes an advanced handheld.
Connection to the command station LZ100
Plug the 5-pole DIN-plug
- into the 5-pole DIN-socket at the rear of your LZ100 or
- into the LA150 or LA152 adapter which is connected to the LZ100.
Connection to the SET02
Plug the 5-pole DIN-plug into an LA152 adapter connected to the SET02 or to the SET03.
Connection to the "compact" or Atlas Commander
Plug the 5-pole DIN-plug into an LA152 adapter connected to the "compact".
Alternatively you can use the adapter LY009 to connect the LH90 directly to the "compact".
LH90 Manual in PDF