Does this mean that the use of the Zs1 will be recorded automatically?
Yes, the Subsidiary Signal Zs1 (Ersatzsignal) was recorded from it`s introducing into the Railways in the 1930th -Years.
The first was a simple mechanical counting mechanism in combination with the Push Button mechanical cupled.
This Type of recording was used on mechanical, electro-mechanical and electric Boxes until now.
you could see a Panel from a electric Relay Signal Box.
The coloured Squares are the so called Gruppentastenblocks
,in the Red Squares you could see Ers
the Counter for the
Also you could see the other Counters for Safety Important Devices.At start of the Shift the Signal man had to check this Counters in
a Book like the Train register Book.
The Colors of the Squares are standing for :
-Red = Signals
-Blue = Points
-Green = Route settings
-Yellow = Level Crossing
-Brown = Axle Counters (Block)
-dark grey = Line Block
-light grey = Panel operating
like i wrote further, the Ersatzsignal replaces the Train order here in germany and is in use since the 1930-Years.
It is also since the INDUSI was updated to the electronic PZB restriting the Train Driver for a Time in his speed.
If you as a Train Driver override
the active PZB-Magnet of a Signal at Danger, the PZB-Eelectronic restricts
the speed of the Train to 40 Km/h, In the Cab a Horn sound come up and on the PZB Display the Befehl 40
illuminated.After a distance (depending on what kind of Train it is (Freight/Passenger)) the supervising ends.
For a view of the LIne here in this Youtube-Video you could see the Track between the Station in Cab-Viewhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y04O09B8vy0 1 Hour Video ! Fast Internet-Connection needed
At Time 28:05 Minutes in the Video ist the Point of Collision