Kato 2-601 (HO) 3-Light Automatic Traffic Light S
Kato 2-601 (HO) 3-Light Automatic Traffic Light S
Kato 2-601 (HO) 3-Light Automatic Traffic Light S
Kato 2-601 (HO) 3-Light Automatic Traffic Light S
Kato 2-601 (HO) 3-Light Automatic Traffic Light S

Kato 2-601 (HO) 3-Light Automatic Traffic Light S

Regular price
$45.00
Sale price
$39.98

2-601 (HO) 3-light automatic traffic light S
explanation
When a vehicle passes by, it changes from (green) to (red), and after a few seconds, it automatically returns to (red) to (yellow) to (green).
A chip LED is used for the signal, realizing realistic colors and a compact size. The touch sensor (flange touch) method ensures reliable operation, so there is no problem using it in night scenes.
In addition, since it is a single operation type for each unit, electrical wiring is completed simply by connecting one red and black cord (total length 85 cm) to the automatic signal power supply.

* The sensor is a "flange touch method" that works when a metal wheel passes, and does not work with a plastic wheel. In this case, replace with metal wheels.

Product information
● (HO) 3-light automatic traffic light S (1 piece included)
-A 3-light traffic signal is installed on the left side of the track (wooden sleeper specification) of the same length as the straight track S123.
・Single operation type for each unit. The power supply uses the existing #24-844 automatic signal power supply, and the #24-845 signal extension cord (90 cm) can also be used.
- The touch sensor + timer method reproduces the lighting operation accompanying the passing of the vehicle.
- When the rail is energized in reverse with respect to the signal, "red" is lit, and when it is not energized, "blue" is lit.
Equipped with a connector output terminal on the back side of the trackbed for additional traffic signals. Signals can be distributed in series, so it is easy to add more signals.
・Compatible with DCC. It can be easily used by switching the switch on the back side of the track bed.
(The lighting operation is always "blue" regardless of the direction of travel of the vehicle, and switches from "red" to "yellow" to "blue" as the vehicle passes.)