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Train detection via axle counter AZSB 300

The axle counter Scheidt & Bachmann is responsible for the train detection of Interlocking System ZSB 2000. Axle counting is an integral component of the ZSB 2000 logic. Axle counting is not formed as a separate functional unit but as "software". Accordingly the sensor system needed for capturing the axles only provide the information "axle and direction" to the ZSB 2000 interlocking level. The evaluation of the "axle" information is carried out safely in the interlocking level with the formation of appropriate sections. The transmission of the information between sensor and interlocking is carried out with the aid of EBUS, executed as CAN-Bus (Controller Area Network bus).


Hardware axle sensor AZSB 300

The axle sensor consists of 2 small induction loops which are integrated in a compact housing, which is screwed to the rail, and which is evaluated in an axle-sensitive manner on the basis of their longitudinal extension. The axle sensor is identical in terms of construction with that in the level crossing system BUES 2000.

The axle sensor evaluation subassembly evaluates the data from axle sensor and transmits each axle that is captured from train together with the related direction via the CAN bus. The counting of the axles is carried out in the ZSB interlocking level. This subassembly is identical in terms of construction with that in the level crossing system BUES 2000.


Additional Information

Interlocking Control System

Interlocking Control System

The system controlling of electronic interlocking ZSB 2000 is responsible for safety controlling and supervision of routes, signals, switch points, track lock and according to its dependences ...

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Train Signals

Train Signals

Railway signals like combination signals, main signals, advance signals or shunt signals are realised with LED light points in 200mm or 80mm dimension ...

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Additional Signals

Additional Signals

Different signal aspects are displayed by special- or additional signals there are e.g. speed indicator with displaying of numbers or signal with special signs like line changing ...

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Axle Counter

Axle Counter

The axle counter Scheidt & Bachmann is responsible for the train detection of Interlocking System ZSB 2000. Axle counting is an integral component of the ZSB 2000 logic ...

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Switchpoint Control System

Switchpoint Control System

The switch control subassembly (WST-BG) is an electronic subassembly for actuating switch mechanisms whereby the changing and monitoring logic is executed ...

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Battery Charger

Battery Charger

The quality of power supply stands for an immediate influence to the availability of electronically interlocking systems ...

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Service Concept

Service Concept

The question in regards of availability and maintenance has an important priority for electronic interlocking systems ...

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Operation Management Concept

Operation Management Concept

The Operation management concept of the electronic interlocking ZSB 2000 is equipped with a central and with a field operation management concept (via MMUI) ...

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Railway Line Concept

Railway Line Concept

For a complete line concept as well as time and cost optimised network for all operation points at line specific communication interfaces of electronical interlocking ZSB 2000 are used ...

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