Train Sim World 3 – DB BR 185.2 Cab Layout (Controls)

Many of the interactive features and operational gauges that are present on this train are displayed in the DB BR 185.2 cab layout. Not every control is necessary to run this train.

BR 185.2 Cab Layout – 1/3

  • 1 – Emergency Brake Button
  • 2 – Air Compressor Switch
  • 3 – Traction Motor Fan Switch
  • 4 – LZB/PZB Override Button
  • 5 – LZB/PZB Release Switch
  • 6 – LZB/PZB Acknowledge Switch
  • 7 – Pantograph Switch
  • 8 – Main Circuit Breaker Switch
  • 9 – Train Line Power Switch
  • 10 – AFB Speed Handle
  • 11 – Reverser Handle
  • 12 – Throttle Handle
  • 13 – Sand Switch
  • 14 – Brake Release Switch
  • 15 – Headlights Switch
  • 16 – Master & Instrument Lights Switch
  • 17 – Cab Lights Switch
  • 18 – High Beam Indicator Button
  • 19 – Train Brake Handle
  • 20 – Electric Brake Handle
  • 21 – Direct Brake Handle
  • 22 – Passenger Doors Switch
  • 23 – Horn Lever
  • 24 – Emergency Pantograph Button
  • 25 – Shunting Control Switch
  • 26 – LZB/PZB Release Switch
  • 27 – LZB/PZB Acknowledge Switch
  • 28 – LZB/PZB Override Button
  • 29 – Direct Brake Gauge
  • 30 – Train Brake Gauge
  • 31 – Brake Overcharge Button
  • 32 – Right Multi-Function Display
  • 33 – Multi-Function Display (Tractive Effort)
  • 34 – Multi-Function Display (Speedometer)
  • 35 – Left Multi-Function Display

BR 185.2 Cab Layout – 2/3

  • 36 – AFB Switch
  • 37 – Console Lights Button
  • 38 – Console Light Dimmer Dial
  • 39 – Contact Signaller Phone
  • 40 – SIFA Pedal

BR 185.2 Cab Layout – 3/3

  • 41 – LZB Breaker Switch
  • 42 – PZB Breaker Switch
  • 43 – SIFA Breaker Switch
  • 44 – Signal Lights Switch
  • 45 – Parking Brake Apply Button
  • 46 – Parking Brake Release Button
  • 47 – Battery Button
  • 48 – Brake Selector Switch
  • 49 – Pantograph Selector Switch
  • 50 – Driver’s Brake Valve Button
  • 51 – NBÜ/EP Switch
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