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DA-SR

 The DA-SR is specifically designed as a drop-in decoder for Atlas, Kato, Life-Like, and Walthers. Remove the small black wire retainers from the existing light board in the loco, transfer the wires to the DA-SR decoder. Move the wire retainers on to the new board.  

The diagram below is from a typical atlas locomotive 

 

This is a picture of a standard atlas DC board with the wire retainers factory installed. notice the bare wire just slips into the hole.

 

 

 

 

 

  Decoder version 3.5 (Rev D)   Dimensions: 2.850 x 0.65 x .125 inches - 72 x 17 x 3.2mm

Atlas GP38, GP40, RS1/2/3, C424/5, GP7, RSD4/5/12, C30-7, U23B, U33/36C

Athearn "Genesis" series locomotives; F7, F3, SD70, SD75, SD80, etc...

Kato GP35, SD40, C44-9W Stewart AS16, F3A, F3B, F7A, F7B, F9A, F9B, U25B

  

This is an EPF (extended packet format) decoder supporting:

Silent Running TM motor drive

Improved DC operation (with lighting effects)

Torque Compensation (dither) for ultra smooth low speed performance

Programmable Start, Mid and Maximum speed works for all speed modes

Motor rating 1.3 Amp continuous, 2 Amp peak (stall)

All five function outputs have lighting effects generators

Select from 15 different lighting effects (Mars, strobes, beacon, flicker, etc)

Lighting outputs can be mapped to different functions

Uploadable speed table interpolated to 128 speed steps

Decoder assisted consisting

Support for all forms of DCC programming

Decoder programming lock mechanism

Brake on DC feature assists automatic train control

 

 

 

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