This signal box is suitable for beginners and experienced dispatchers alike. When doing Line Operations (Internet/LAN-play) with Weißenthurm and (in near future) Koblenz Hbf, the dispatching experience is even more realistic!
Koblenz-Lützel is a part of Project Rheingold, which is the linking of many stations between Cologne and Koblenz on the busy left Rhine.
- Panel exactly modelled after the real signal panel according to design rules and regulations
- Train and shunt route setting as in real life
- Signal automation/fleeting using steering numbers
- Signal defects and anomalies
- Group buttons on the main panel
- Automatic block direction locking lights
- Automatic blocks (including Block 60 type of automatic block systems)
- Train Descriptor System ZNP801 for offering/accepting/refusing traffic
- Signal brightness (day/night brightness control of outside signals)
- Panel brightness (brightness control of items on the panel)
- Axle counters
- Subsidiary signal Zs 1
- Opposite track / wrong line signal Zs 6
Koblenz-Lützel by the numbers…
- 72 switches
- 106 signals
- 220 track circuits
- 97 km total track length (!)
- 519 routes
- 1700 panel tiles
- 420 buttons
The timetable is from 1996.
- Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8, 32 or 64 bit
- 1GB RAM memory
- 500MB space free on hard disk
- Sound Card
- 2.0 GHz processor
The simulation can run on older computers, though we encourage you to have
- 2 GB RAM Memory
- 3 GHz multi-core CPU
The simulation can run on a monitor with 1024×768 resolution, though we strongly encourage higher resolutions for a better simulation experience.
For optimal results, you might consider having a widescreen monitor. Multiple widescreen monitors are ideal.
Microsoft .Net Framework
This computer program uses the Microsoft .NET Framework.
If this is not available, it will be installed upon installation of the application.
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