Former ESU products

Here you will find some information about ESU products which are not produced anymore and therefore are not available ex works. However, it is likely that your retailer might still have some of them on stock.

  • ECoS 50200 DCC System

    The new ECoS is the latest state-of-the-art multi-protocol command station by ESU. Fully equipped with a coloured touchpanel display, two motor-driven cabs and 4A output load, it leaves nothing to be desired.

  • ECoS 50000 DCC System

    The ECoS is a multiprotocol command station made by ESU. Fully equipped with touch display, two throttle knobbs and 4.0A continuous-load output - it leaves nothing to be desired.

  • ECoSControl Radio - The new freedom

    The ECoSControl Radio is a wireless radio throttle for your ECoS command station. Finally you are able to move around your layout and run your locos and turnouts freely.

  • Navigator

    The new Navigator is an ideal command station for digital beginners. Reasonable equipment for a good price!

  • Central Station® V3.0.0 - Reloaded

    You would finally like to conquer the new world with your Central Station® 60212? The new ESU Update makes it possible!

  • PowerPack

    The ESU Power Pack can be optionally connected to all LokPilot V4.0, LokPilot micro V4.0, LokSound V4.0, LokSound micro V4.0 and LokSound V4.0 M4 decoders.

  • Decoder tester

    You want to test your decoder before you install it into a loco? Well, the decoder tester is the ideal choice: It´s so easy to handle and knows all kind of interfaces.

  • SwitchPilot - Do as you please

    The SwitchPilot is a switch- and turnout decoder with outstanding features: Beside 4 twin coil magnetic articles it is able to control 2 servos and confirm it via RailCom.

  • SwitchPilot Servo - Someting is moving

    The SwitchPilot Servo is able to control up to RC-servos. With its help you are enabled to depict many different motion sequences.

  • Navigator DCC

    The Navigator DCC is an ideal command station for digital beginners. Reasonable equipment for a good price!

  • LokPilot Basic V1.0

    The LokPilot Basic V1.0 is our entrance model and appeals to the price-conscious DCC-modeler.

  • LokSound V3.5

    LokSound V3.5 for gauges 0 and H0 understand DCC and Motorola®.

  • LokSound micro V3.5

    LokSound micro V3.5 is suitable for gauges TT and N and speaks DCC, Motorola® and Selectrix®.

  • LokSound XL V3.5

    LokSound XL V3.5 for the “big” ones, G and I, also masters DCC and Motorola®.

  • LokSound V3.0 M4

    LokSound V3.0 M4 for gauges 0 and H0 is conceived for the Märklin® system.

  • LokSound XL V3.0 M4

    Der LokSoundXL V3.0 M4 is meant for gauge I, G and speaks Motorola® and M4.

  • LokPilot Fx V3.0

    The LokPilot Fx V3.0 is used to digitize motor-less rolling stock. It offers up to 6 function outputs and speaks DCC, Motorola® and Selectrix®.

  • LokPilot V3.0

    The LokPilot V3.0, top of the range, speaks DCC, Motorola® and Selectrix®. Armed for the NMRA DCC BiDirectional Standard („RailCom®“).

  • LokPilot V3.0 DCC

    The LokPilot V3.0 DCC speaks DCC only and is also armed for NMRA DCC BiDirectional Standard („RailCom®“).

  • LokPilot Fx micro V3.0

    The LokPilot Fx V3.0 is a functional decoder for motorless rolling stock. It speaks DCC and Motorola® and can switch up tp six functions.

  • LokPilot micro V3.0

    The brand new LokPilot micro V3.0 speaks DCC, Motorola® & Selectrix® and opens up all possibilities for the N-Gauger.

  • LokPilot micro V3.0 DCC

    The LokPilot micro V3.0 DCC is a pure DCC decoder only, but offers a higher motor output load and is prepared for the coming RailCom® feedback.

  • LokPilot V3.0 M4

    The LokPilot V3.0 M4 could be the choice of all Märklin®-systems fans, who want maximum play value.

  • LokPilot XL V3.0

    The all-new LokPilot XL V3.0 can be used with DCC or Motorola® and cannot only provide up to 3.0A continuous load for the motor, but also switch up to 8 (!) function outputs. Thanks to the „PowerPack“ energy reservoir, the orror of dirty tracks outside is a thing of the past.