Discussion in 'DCC & Electronics' started by slekjr, Nov 15, 2007.
One last thing I would like to do
Charlie:wav: , get to your CV's
1- type in 29 and hit enter
2- after that, CV will come up again, type in 0 and hit enter
3- after that, CV will come up one more time, type in 1 and hit enter, now keep hitting enter till you get out of programing, TA DA! YOUR DONE!:thumb:
NO PROBLEM Charlie:mrgreen: .
a word from the wise:winki: , there are three settings in CV's, usually we only end up using two of them(CV# & Value):
1- CV #
2- bit #
when using CV# and value, the value is always in the second CV position:winki: .
When more then one option is under the same CV#, its the bit# that distinguishes between the options/effects:winki: .
CV# and value are the most used, but every now and then we must go into the bit# . BE CAREFUL, not all decoders are setup the same:eeki: EXAMPLE:
when using the bit# Loksound has it setup as the second CV position, and Value is the third CV position. on the Atlas decoders, for example, the value is the second CV position, and the bit# is the third CV position:winki: . ALWAYS READ THE INSTRUCTIONS, NEVER ASSUME ANYTHING:winki: . hope that helps in the future:thumb: .
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