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ESU 50114 Mobile Control II Remote Control Handset with lanyard and USB cable

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ESU LokSound
50114
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$249.99
Open Platform The completely new development of the Mobile Control II is based on Android. We have created a powerful basis for this open, globally used operating system:  The ARM® Cortex® A8 micro processor clocked with 1.3 GHz can access 512 MB RAM and controls a high resolution 3.2 inch...
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Open Platform

The completely new development of the Mobile Control II is based on Android. We have created a powerful basis for this open, globally used operating system:  The ARM® Cortex® A8 micro processor clocked with 1.3 GHz can access 512 MB RAM and controls a high resolution 3.2 inch TFT colour display. There are 2 GB flash memory for storing apps and data. A capacitive touch screen assures touch-free data entry. For communicating with the “outside world” there is an USB port and a WLAN interface. Thanks to the standardized radio control interface, trouble free operation of your layout can be assured at any time. The range can be extended with WLAN repeaters, if necessary.

The permanently installed, powerful Lithium polymer rechargeable battery will serve you right through the most extensive operating sessions. Recharge the batteries of your Mobile Control II simply by using the USB battery charger of your mobile phone or any other USB port.

Due to the open platform design you may add further apps for the Google Play Store at any time.

 

Ergonomics & functionality combined

When you hold your Mobile Control II in your hands for the first time you will immediately notice its excellent ergonomics: all data entry elements can easily be reached with one hand, the most important functions you caneven reach “without looking”: you may still look at your layout and your trains.

This is due to the central, motorised throttle knob with end stop. With this knob you can delicately control the speed of your trains and change direction.

For activating functions simply touch the pictograms on the display. The display also serves for changing functions – exactly the same way as you know it from your telephone.  Finally two buttons each on either side serve for changing direction or triggering the most important functions.

Teamwork

The Mobile Control II is perfectly tuned for the interaction with the ECoS command stations: the ECoS synchronises all data with the radio controlled throttle. Therefore you do not have to enter any data locally.  Of course, the correct names and symbols will also be displayed for accessories and routes.

Running locomotives

The Mobile Control II can control all locomotives registered in the ECoS and supports 14, 28 or 128 speed steps. All important locomotive properties such as name, symbol, function mapping as well as symbols for function buttons will be taken from the ECoS and will be displayed correctly.

You may switch up to 28 functions for each locomotive, which, of course, can either be momentary or continuous functions.

Controlling accessories

All accessories and routes displayed on the control panel of the ECoS can be switched. Of course the differentiation between double, treble and quadruple aspects will remain fully intact and displayed with the correct symbol on the display.

More fun with the game

The high resolution (480 x 800 pixels, 280 dpi), backlit TFT display of the Mobile Control II always keeps you up to date on the most important operating parameters. Furthermore you can see if another player controls a certain locomotive or if an emergency stop has been triggered.

Clever connections

The Mobile Control II applies the WLAN standard for communicating with the ECoS. Therefore you must connect the command station to a WLAN network. Should you already have a WLAN router (e.g. AVM® FritzBox®) you may simply connect the ECoS to one of these routers. The ECoS and the Mobile Control II will find each other automatically.

It is no problem if you do not wish to connect your model train layout with your home network respectively if you wish to remain flexible for exhibitions:  We supply a mini access point for the Mobile Control II on request that can easily be set up in a few steps with the ECoS.

When your layout keeps growing you may operate up to 16 Mobile Control II throttles with your ECoS. Thus, for instance, every member of your club can control exactly those locomotives that have been assigned to her or him.

DC ANALOG SYSTEMS
DC Analog is a control system standard to most starter sets which allows the user to control the track (and not the locomotive). This means that two or more trains on the same track will move, speed up, slow down and stop at the same time.
DCC DIGTIAL SYSTEMS
DCC Digital stands for ‘Digital Command Control’. DCC Digital systems allow individual locomotives and accessories to be independently controlled from the controller. Other functions, such as lighting and sound (if equipped), can also be independently controlled.

DCC READY (Standard DC)

This means the locomotive, train set or equipment is fitted with a socket that is ready to accept a DCC decoder.  The most common and readily available types of decoders here in the US are: 6 pin, 8 pin, next 18, and 21 pin.  Prior to buying a  decoder for your locomotive, verify which of the previous you will need.  This information is usually found on the manufacturers site or instruction booklet.

The locomotive requires a DCC decoder to be fitted to the socket in order for it to work on a DCC controlled layout. It can however still be used on the conventional DC (analog) layout. 

 

DCC EQUIPPED

This indicates that the locomotive, train set or equipment is fitted with a decoder that has been pre-installed at the factory. 

This means that the locomotive is ready to run and operate on a DCC controlled layout and can now be called up by request from a Digital Controller. Additional features, such as lighting and sound (if equipped), can also be independently controlled (only if the locomotive is fitted with these accessories).

Some DCC equipped locomotives can also be run on DC layouts (see note below). Some accessories may continue to work automatically, such as lighting and sound (if equipped), however, the user will not have independent control of these under DC operation. It is important to note that manufacturer's decoders who support sound playback on DC operation will only provide a selection of sounds when the locomotive is detected to be moving or stopping (such as chuffing, coasting and braking sounds).  

*Some manufacturers may issue a warning that they do not recommend a DCC fitted locomotive to be operated on a DC (analog) layout, and may void any warranties. Check your locomotive's manual for more information. Not all sound decoders enable sound playback on DC operation, and this information is provided with your decoder manual.

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We currently ship throughout the US & Canada only.
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(*When applicable) HustleDude.com offers free shipping on select orders in contiguous United States and reduced shipping to other locations. Because we absorb the shipping costs when you select "free shipping", we cannot guarantee a certain carrier. The carrier will be selected at our discretion.

 

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