Apr 24, 2017

programing

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having problems programing turnout point decoder with railmaster and elink has anyone got any tips how to do it please

May 1, 2017

Hi buddy, what's your problem? Please send me a mail.

The module needs to be connected to the programming output of your Central station. Switch Central station to programming mode, choose CV1 or CV513 and enter value between 1-63 (address of the module). Use normal mode if you finished, connect to the track output and enjoy.

Dec 1, 2017

I have a servokontroler withe a z21 controller from ROCO and correspondin i-pad and with the z21 app.

I have problem programming the unit. Is there anyone that have experience of this combination of units

pleas can anyone give me som tips.

Dec 1, 2017

Hello Tord,

if you need to change address of the decoder just press the program button on the board, hold and choose address of the first output on your i-Pad. Then change direction as you command any kind of accessories. The new address will be save and you can release the program button.

Dec 2, 2017

Thank you for the tip, it solved my problem. Now is the servo working

Mar 12, 2018

Hi Szabi ,I got from you a dcc feedback module s88n , i used a Roco Z21 as my control station , but i can´t connect it I had follow your instrucctions but nothing hasppened , do i need an interface to hook up this module?

I an using a digikeijsDR4088 for Z21 version and works fine , can I hook up the s88n with this device?

Thank you

Mar 12, 2018

Hi Luis,

Roco has different system (Loconet), so you can't connect directly to Roco station. I have no experience with DR 4088, but I've read about on internet and it seems you can connect the Feedback module to S88N terminal on your DR4088.

Mar 12, 2018

Right, if you got some imfo about it ,let me know,thanks for your fast respond.

Mar 31, 2018

Hi Szabi, I am trying to change the servo angles so have connected it to the programming track, in Hornby Railmaster do I perform this in the accessory decoder setup or through the train decoder setup, when I use the accessory decoder it only gives me the option to program decoders from the database.

 

Thanks.

Geoff.

Mar 31, 2018

Hi Geoff, I'm always programming my decoders with Lenz LH100. Is there any other options to program CV values? Have you tried to program as loco? Could you send me your Hornby system type or name? Thanks. Szabi.

Mar 31, 2018

Hi Szabi, Thanks for that, I realized what I did wrong now after re-reading the instructions, I did not hold down the button when writing the CV's back to the decoder, it is working now.

Thanks.

Geoff.

Mar 31, 2018

Hi Geoff, that's great news! Enjoy the decoder and Happy Easter! Szabi

Sep 27, 2018

Hi Szabi , is it possible to read the CV codes or can you just write to them? Also I'm using hornby railmaster software and you are limited to the accessory decoders

Sep 27, 2018

Hi Peter. I've no experience with Hornby, I use to change values a Lenz booster with hand controller LH100.

You can only write CV values.

If you need to change adress of decoder, just push program button on board, hold and change servo direction as you command any other accessories. If you wish to modify speed or angle, you need to connect module to programming output of your Central station and write CV values as accessory.

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