Écran A (SNCF)
Signal-ID: 242 (hex: 0xF2)
Using this signal configuration, the following signals can for example be operated:
- Cv / M
- S / VL
- S / VL / A
Using this signal configuration, the small Châssis-Écran A can be operated with two or three lamps.
If you wish to connect SNCF signals with more lamps, then use the signal configuration "Écran C F H - Carré C" with Signal-ID 240 (hex:0xF0) or "Écran C F H - Carré violet Cv" with Signal-ID 241 (hex:0xF1).
Carré violet Cv
Absolute stop aspect for on sight and shunting movements.
Block stop with additional, white light.
After stopping before the signal, it is permitted on BAL routes to continue to proceed on sight at maximum 30 km/h.
It is not permitted to proceed further on BAPR routes.
Feu rouge clignotant (S)
Stopping before the signal is not necessary. After the signal, it is permitted to proceed on sight at maximum 15 km/h.
Permits trains to pass; the train must be able to stop before the next signal.
Feu jaune clignotant (A)
Permits trains to pass and announces an Avertissement A which stands at a shortened braking path distance from the next stop aspect.
Feu vert clignotant (VL)
Permits trains to pass and requests the traction unit driver to reduce the speed until the next signal to 160 km/h.
Feu blanc clignotant (M)
Shunting movements in short sections of track permitted, but train departure is forbidden.
Voie Libre VL
Track clear. Permits trains to pass.
Feu blanc M
Permits shunting movements on sight, but also the departure of a train.