Decoder Family: Command Stations

LOCONETCSOPSWMODE

CV Definitions:

CVNamePositionsValues
csOpSw.01
    csOpSw.02
    csOpSw.03
      csOpSw.04
        csOpSw.05
        csOpSw.05
        csOpSw.06
          csOpSw.07
            csOpSw.08
              csOpSw.09
                csOpSw.10
                  csOpSw.11
                  csOpSw.12
                    csOpSw.14
                      csOpSw.13
                      csOpSw.15
                        csOpSw.16
                          csOpSw.17
                            csOpSw.18
                            csOpSw.19
                              csOpSw.20
                                csOpSw.21
                                  csOpSw.22
                                    csOpSw.23
                                        csOpSw.24
                                          csOpSw.25
                                            csOpSw.26
                                              csOpSw.27
                                              csOpSw.28
                                                csOpSw.29
                                                  csOpSw.30
                                                    csOpSw.31
                                                    csOpSw.32
                                                      csOpSw.33
                                                      csOpSw.34
                                                      csOpSw.35
                                                        csOpSw.36
                                                        csOpSw.37
                                                        csOpSw.38
                                                        csOpSw.39
                                                        csOpSw.40
                                                          csOpSw.41
                                                            csOpSw.42
                                                              csOpSw.43
                                                                csOpSw.44
                                                                  csOpSw.45
                                                                    csOpSw.46
                                                                      csOpSw.47
                                                                      csOpSw.48
                                                                        csOpSw.49
                                                                          csOpSw.50
                                                                            csOpSw.51
                                                                              csOpSw.52
                                                                                csOpSw.53
                                                                                  csOpSw.54
                                                                                    csOpSw.55
                                                                                      csOpSw.56
                                                                                        csOpSw.57
                                                                                          csOpSw.58
                                                                                            csOpSw.59
                                                                                              csOpSw.60
                                                                                                csOpSw.61
                                                                                                  csOpSw.62
                                                                                                    csOpSw.63
                                                                                                      csOpSw.64
                                                                                                        Basic <html><span style="color: black;"><h3><strong> Basic Operating Mode</strong></h3></html> <html><span style="color: black;"><h3><strong> Slot "Purging" Management</strong></h3></html> <html><span style="color: black;"><h3><strong> Locomotive and Slot Management</strong></h3></html> <html><span style="color: black;"><h3><strong> New Locomotive Management</strong></h3></html> <html><span style="color: black;"><h3><strong> Command Station Routes Management</strong></h3></html> <html><span style="color: black;"><h3><strong> Switch Control Message Management</strong></h3></html> <html><span style="color: black;"><h3><strong> Command Station Sounds Management</strong></h3></html> <html><span style="color: black;"><h3><strong> LocoNet Track Status Management</strong></h3></html> <html><span style="color: black;"> <strong>* - Indicates the "Factory Default" setting </strong></html> Track Outputs Control <html><span style="color: black;"><h3><strong> Track Output Management</strong></h3></html> <html><span style="color: black;"><h3><strong> Programming Track Output Management</strong></h3></html> Motorola "Trinary" Mode These OpSw settings specifically relate to "Motorola Mode" signalling on the DCC Track Signal <html><span style="color: black;"><h2><strong>Motorola Mode for Switch Control</strong></h2></html> <html><span style="color: black;"><h2><strong>Motorola Mode for Locomotive Control</strong></h2></html> <html><span style="color: black;"> <strong>* - Indicates the "Factory Default" setting </strong></html> <html></strong><h3>NOTE:</h3> Some command station versions may not support "Motorola Mode* Switch and Locomotive<p> modes. Consult original device documentation. </html> Internal Storage Clearing <html><span style="color: black;"> <h2><strong>Command Station Internal Storage Clearing Functions </strong></h2></html> <html></strong><h3>NOTE:</h3> In order for these operations to take effect, it may be necessary to remove command<p> station power or briefly place the command station into "OpSw" mode via its <p> front-panel switch.<p> <p> Note also that JMRI's LocoNet Slot Monitor does not recognize the Command Station OpSw<p> operations which can clear the slots. It is best to shut down JMRI and re-start after<p> clearing the Command Station slot table via OpSw 36 or OpSw39 mechanisms.</html> Reserved OpSws These OpSw ought not be changed from factory default settings. The OpSw settings below cannot be changed by this tool. <html><span style="color: black;"> <strong>* - Indicates the "Factory Default" setting </strong></html> OpSws <html>The "CV" column in the table above shows "OpSw" numbers, where the value "csOpSw." <p>is pre-pended to the OpSw Number. <html> <p><p>OpSw value 0 = "T"hrown. OpSw value 1 = "C"losed.<p> </html></html> Notes <html><span style="color: black;"> <h2><strong>Notes on DCS100 and DCS200 OpSw Settings </strong></h2></html> <html></strong><ul> <li>The Command Station should be in "Run" mode when programming Command Station OpSw settings using this Roster entry.<p> (There is some evidence that this tool can modify OpSw settings when the Command Station switch is set for "OpSw" mode, but be <p> careful if using this mode.)</li> <p> <li>The documentation for DCS100 and DCS200 OpSw settings are not very consitent for some OpSws. Some document versions <p>show certain OpSw settings, while others do not. It is unclear whether this reflects actual differences in command station OpSw <p>implementation and/or device operation.</li> <p> <ul> <li>As an example, the "Chief" and "Chief II" manuals provide extensive descriptions for "multiprotocol" <p> operation with decoders which use Motorola "Trinary" messaging. "Super Chief" and "Super Chief <p> Extra" manuals do not have this discussion. It is unclear whether "Super Chief"and "Super Chief <p> Extra" command stations support Motorola "Trinary" operation?</li> <p> <li>As another example, the values for OpSws 21, 22 and 23 are very inconsistent in various <p> DCS100 manuals. Once you have found settings for OpSw21-23 which work for you, do not <p> change them.</li> </ul> <li>When manipulating OpSws 36, 37, 38, and/or 39, for the purpose of clearing internal storage of slots, routes, etc., it may be<p>necessary to power-cycle the command station or to place the command station in "Sleep" mode momentarily before returning<p> to "Run" mode, after writing the the OpSw to the "C"losed state. The command station may fail to act upon the request if one of <p>these operations is not done.<p> <li>Note that JMRI's LocoNet Slot Monitor does not recognize the Command Station OpSw operations which can clear the slots. <p> It is best to shut down JMRI and re-start after clearing the Command Station slot table using OpSw mechanisms.</li> </ul></html> CVs CV CV-Tabelle Taula-CV Tabulka CV CV-tabel This sheet intentionally un-populated. See the "OpSws" tab.
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