JMRI: BR 2003 Signalling Definition
This directory contains signalling definitions corresponding to the GE/RT8000 - S1 Rule Book as described in the June 2003 version of the "Signals and indicators controlling train movements", Module S1.
These masts do not cover route (Theatre) indicators. They should be created via signal heads and controlled via logixs. Support for Junction (Feather) indicators is limited, and whilst a Feather can be described using a Signal Mast, its behaviour needs to be set up manually, using either Routes or Logix.
For three and four aspect signals, there are two options on how they can be built using Signal Heads
, the first is to use a single JMRI Signal Head to represent the main Signal.
The second option is to build the signals using individual JMRI Signal Heads for each aspect. Depending upon the configuration in both JMRI and the hardware, will depend upon whether all the "flash" aspects are available.
Layouts using a CAN event-based system may be better off using Turnout Controlled Signal Masts, see an example at MERG CBUS Signalling
|Flash Preliminary Caution||Medium|
Aspect Names within these XML Files, Speed refers to speed set in PanelPro > Edit > Preferences > Warrants for Auto-Running.
Aspect Files in XML Format :
See the aspect page.
Colour Light Signal Mast definitions:
- Buffer Stop
- 2 Aspect Distant Signal
- 2 Aspect Home Signal
- 2 Aspect Home Signal With Call On
- 3 Aspect Signal
- 3 Aspect Signal With Call On
- 3 Aspect Signal - Built using individual heads for each aspect
- 3 Aspect Signal With Call On - Built using individual heads for each aspect
- 4 Aspect Signal
- 4 Aspect Signal With Call On
- 4 Aspect Signal - Built using individual heads for each aspect
- 4 Aspect Signal With Call On - Built using individual heads for each aspect
Junction (Feather) indicator definitions:
Position Light Signals definitions:
Semaphore Signal Mast definitions: