DecoderPro 3® v2.14
DecoderPro3® is a Java-based cross-platform application for model railroaders.
DecoderPro 3 ® can run on any computer system that will run Java 1.6.0 or later, whether it is Macintosh, Windows, or Linux based. It does require that Java be installed on the computer. You can get Java as a free (but very large...) download at:
Note: All screen shots in this manual are from a Windows machine using the "Metal" User Interface option . While your screens will probably differ in some layout details, they will be essentially the same. All programming examples shown are with Digitrax PR3(MS100 mode) connected to Digitrax Super Chief Radio Command Station. Most of the decoders in locomotive samples will be Digitrax, except for sound examples.
Note: This entire manual has been updated to correspond to JMRI® 2.14 DecoderPro3® only, and the HTML verified using HTML4 and Cascading Style Sheets. If the formatting looks odd, you probably need to update your browser.
Table of Contents
- What is DCC?
- What DCC systems will DecoderPro® work with?
- What hardware do I need?
- How do I start the program?
- How do I start DecoderPro3� program for First Time User?
- How do I set up my preferences?
DecoderPro3® Programming Modes
- Single CV Programmer
- Service Mode Programmer
- Ops Mode Programming
- Multi Decoder Control (Programming)
- Entering locomotives in the "Roster"
- The basic programmer
- Reading the data from the decoder
- Entering and editing new data
- Writing the new data to the decoder
- Saving the new data to a file
- What if I need to do more?
- Set-up and Roster Panes
- Function Labels Pane
- Roster Media
- Expanded Basic Pane
- Motor Control Pane
- Speed Control Pane
- Speed Table Pane
- Function Mapping Pane
- Lights Pane
- Consisting Pane
- Advanced Features Pane
- Analog Controls Pane
- Sound Pane
- Sound Levels Pane
- Global CV Pane
- Manufacturer-Specific Pane
- Printing the Decoder Data
- Main Window
- System dependent menu
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Thanks for reading, and Let's Run Trains!
|Version||Revision Date||Editors||Major Revisions|
|2.14||Original||Dale A. Tripp
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