you can get a list of the CVs at http://www.tcsdcc.com/
Go to their literature button and check out all their info - very good stuff. Also check out their FAQs. I program my decoders before I install them. This is easy to do but you must load the decoder in order for the command station to recocgnize it on the program track. NOTE; at this point you do NOT have any bulbs connected to the functions! Only the resistor. On the FL-4 connect a 100ohm resistor across the blue and green (or any of the function leads) and on the TSU between the motor leads (ornage and gray). The CVs on the FL-4 that you may need to program are CV-1 for the address OR program CV-29 to 38 for the 4 digit address and then address the decoder to the desired number. This will also apply to the TSU. The extended address is controlled in CV-17 and 18. If you want to know how to program these CVs directly let me know but it's usually easist to use your command systems method. Remapping the function buttons are controlled by CVs 35-42. Each of the functions on the FL-4 can be programmed either low (buttons 0-7 by CVs 35 36 39 or 40) or high (buttons 7-12 CVs 37 38 41 42). The rest of the functions you will be concerned with on the FL-4 are the function CVs (51-54) and finally AFTER installing the FL-4 in the engine and connecting to all the lights to ensure they work properly CVs 15 and 16. These CVs lock the decoder so it can't be programmed. This is very important so that you can program the TSU without changing the FL-4 in the future. All that is required is that before you connect the two decoders tyogether you change CV-15 to 2 (or something other than equal to CV-16 (which by default is set to 1). Once you have the basic programming of the TSU set up - that is CV-1 or CVs 17 and 18 and CV-29 so that both decoders have the same address you can then connect the locked FL-4 to the unlocked TSU. From there you should be able to program to your hearts content. In spite of all my words here I strongly advise you to go to TCS's site and read all that you can. They will fix or replace any decoder no questions asked for up to one year but it still takes time to do that. I share this advise but will take no responsibility for fried decoders so please read what they have on their sites (including Soundtraxx).
--- In NWNG-Sn3Group@yahoogroups.com, "shakeyjake45colt" <shakeyjake45@...> wrote:
> I am looking for any info to use for programming the TCS Fl4 and the Tsunami TSU 750 decoder together. Does someone know where I can find a list of CV??? settings?
> Jake Johnson