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Connecting the NK8031-12 MarsLight for 12-volt DC operation
includes a pre-programmed simulator and a 1-channel N8103A-1 Super Booster board
with the simulator installed on it and one high-intensity (300 lumen) 1-watt
12-volt white LED with wired socket, plus power wires. A 1/2-inch square
double-sided adhesive foam pad is included for mounting the booster board.
effect produces an output of varying intensity to simulate the changing shine of
a moving Mars Light
this kit for operation:
Figure 1 below
shows the layout of the N8301A-1 Super Booster board with the Mars light effect
Simulator board mounted on it (small board on the left side. Also, attached to
the Booster board are 4 wires A red wire is soldered to the +DC IN solder point
(just above the left-side of the Simulator board, and a black wire soldered to
the DC IN point just below the Simulator board. These are the power input
connections. This kit is designed for a
power source of 12-volt DC and the DC voltage should be well filtered and
output solder points are labeled
A second red wire is soldered to 1A . This is the + output that is to be connected to the (+) LED ANODE. A second black wire is soldered to 1C. This is the output that is to be connected to the () LED CATHODE.
available space, it is possible that this Booster
circuit may be needed to be located remotely from the Mars Light LED opening in
the front of the locomotive. If this is the case, extension wires of at least
26AWG can be added with a maximum of 6 feet in
length without any problem.
Included in this kit is a small double-sided foam adhesive pad that can be
attached to the back of the Booster board, allowing it to be located easily in a
This completes connection of the
It is recommended that a thorough re-inspection of all connections and module
placement be performed prior to applying power. We hope you enjoy the added
realism our module provides.
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