SIGNAL+DRAHT | Issue 12/2021

BUES 2000 with a SCI-LX interface

December 2021 | Frank Soborka, Rudolf Stachelscheid

For many decades, the railway has relied on Hp interfaces (Hp means, protected by route signals sent from an interlocking) and Fü interfaces (Fü means, fully automated without a connection to the train) as the only standardised manufacturer-independent interfaces for level crossings and any combinations thereof. This led to demand for a new, modern interface. This interface between level crossing systems (BÜSA) and electronic interlocking systems (ESTW) was meant to be compatible with all level crossing and interlocking manufacturers....

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