Re: DCC start and slow down CV value??
- I found it: CV29 is 7 for 2 digit addressing and 35 for 4 digit
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jeff BAZ-man" <sjbazman49@...>
> Min, Mid and Max are still the same (CV2, CV6 and CV5,
> CV29 just needs a value of 1 added to the current value (depends
> 2/4 digit addressing, 14 or 28/128 speed steps, DC mode on, etc.)Add
> The default value is 6 (14 speed steps, 2 digits, no DC mode).
> a 1 = 7. Program it as desired (28/128 speed steps, etc.). Thenwith
> read CV29 on the Programming track and add 1. You might end up
> 39 instead of 38. NCE had the brainer chart for this programmingthe
> and I see they have reverted the website document back to the one
> page (no detail) version of the decoder manual and I am at work so
> don't have the full one. Will check at home. Much easier than
> Digitrax's manual.
> The Acceleration is in two places, the Cab (your hand held) and
> Decoders. The decoders use CV3 Acceleration and CV4 formomentum
> Deceleration - both defaults are 0 anyway). So if you have
> effects, they are either from the Cab or the BEMF in thedecoders.
> Turn off BEMF off in Z scale decoders as it doesn't know what todo
> with our little currents and trys to over compensate, keeping theas
> speed atrificially high. CV57=0 to kill BEMF. Default is 0. The
> reason I say this is that I have seen locos that won't slow down
> commanded, then almost rapidly stop a few seconds later or thesame
> on start, waiting several seconds and then taking off rapidly.This
> is NOT acceleration or deceleration when there is a rapid changeor
> big delay. That is BEMF (Scalable Speed Stabilazation [Digitrax],
> Torque Compensate [NCE], etc.)
> email@example.com, robertfage@ wrote:
> > Can any one tell me the CV codes to use on the digitrax board
> when installed
> > up side down in the GP 35 or GP9 for acceleration and to slow
> down... CV29
> > and then what is the amount???? to change it to a nice steady
> slow down ...
> > not to fast not to slow. same for starting.
> > Bob Fage (in the UK)
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
- Bob, the 123 has a swithching speed mode, and its controlled by cv54. Just
add 1 to the value, and its control by F6. When its on, it will slow the
engine by half.
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Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2008 10:00 AM
Subject: Re: [Z_Scale] Re: DCC start and slow down CV value??
> Can any one tell me the CV codes to use on the digitrax board when
> up side down in the GP 35 or GP9 for acceleration and to slow down...
> and then what is the amount???? to change it to a nice steady slow down
> not to fast not to slow. same for starting.
> Bob Fage (in the UK)
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> Z-scale: minimum siZe, MAXIMUM enjoyment!
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- Many thanks John.. I will add that to the next loco I code up.
Bob Fage (in the UK)
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