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Electronic Level Crossing System BUES 2000 - That's no one get lost FSSB 60/80

In order to make it possible to display information to all traffic participants in reliable condition and at right time, must be regognized the location of railway vehicles free-of-doubt. For this purpose can be use Scheidt & Bachmann's practice-proven, maintenance-free FSSB 60/80 vehicle sensor. This permits direction-dependent locating also with high vehicle speeds. This modern locating system is based on the design principle of "simple sensor, intelligent evaluation" and combines the advantages of simple inductive sensor loop. Induction loops in the track and a micro computer for processing the information to safety level.


  • induction loops in the form of an "8" (2 x 5 railway sleeper compartments)
  • double-oscillator subassembly (DOZBG) for activation and preparation of the signals from 2 induction loops
  • weather-resistant aluminium housing with protection against rain for the double-oscillator subassembly
  • housing for connecting to the rail for the mounting of the vehicle sensor in the track in a manner resistant to tamping machines
  • rail-flange connection clamps of stainless steel for different rail types

Application for switching on and off level crossings:

  • EBÜT 80 systems (EGL subassembly)
  • EBÜT vB systems (EGL subassembly)
  • BUES 2000 systems (IN/OUT subassembly)

General applications:

  • level crossing occupied status signal (MDC-BG)
  • approach status signal (MDC subassembly)

Additional Information

Level Crossing Control System

Level Crossing Control System

The system controlling of electronical level crossing system BUES 2000 is responsible for safety controlling and supervision of signals, barrier drives, train detection ...

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Road Signals

Road Signals

A variety of light and other signals to provide informations to traffic participants depends on the situation at the level crossing ...

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Train Signals

Train Signals

With level crossing systems that are realised with the supervision signals (ÜS) or with supervision signal with optimised activation (ÜSOE) ...

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Barrier Drive

Barrier Drive

The use of the BUES 2000 as a modern, fully computer controlled level crossing system makes it possible to control tasks to be transferred directly to the particular field element ...

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Train Detection Technology

Train Detection Technology

In order to make it possible to display information to all traffic participants in reliable condition and at right time, must be regognized the location of railway vehicles free-of-doubt ...

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Axle Sensor

Axle Sensor

For the realisation of safety information in direction to road traffic participants an absolutely safety detection of the train vehicle at the railway is necessary ...

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Sound Signal

Sound Signal

For alerting of approaching trains to traffic participants at level crossings there will be used according to validity regulation acoustically warning devices as well ...

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Battery Charger

Battery Charger

The quality of power supply has a directly influence to the availability of complete level crossing systems. The level crossing system BUES 2000 use 24V DC or 36 V DC ...

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Service Concept

Service Concept

The question in regards of availability and maintenance has an important priority for computer controlled level crossing systems ...

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