The ACDz is a new generation of the ACDC type track circuit for yard applications. Unlike its predecessor, the ACDz uses hard wire terminations in place of diode shunts and can work with insulated joints, but does not require them. The transmitter drives the track, via 2-wire connection and can be configured as an end-to-end or center fed circuit. This new approach allows the ACDz to provide the same operational logic as an ACDC circuit without the need of a railroad relay.
The ACDz provides 2ea dry contact relay outputs, one for local control of a switch machine and the other for occupancy indication to the yard computer.
ACDz is compatible with Z-Tools and Z-Stick.
The ZEPIC6 is a new and innovative approach to solving the most challenging clearance track circuit applications.
This product provides two independent track drive outputs with the provision of sub-dividing the respective CTC into 2 circuits. In total, a single ZEPIC6 is capable of providing 4ea track circuits. The empty circuit limits are defined by a hard wire shunt located at the entering end and a Zukinut supplied inductive shunt at the DTC end. Using a center fed arrangment, the ZEPIC6 can pick cleared circuits behind a moving car, allowing faster access to diverging routes of following moves.
Diagnostic troubleshooting codes with built-in push buttons and display.
All user configurations stored in non-volatile memory.
Compatible with Z-Tools