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CV | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4| 5 | 6 | 29 | 55 | 56 | 57

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CV

CV står för "Configuration Variable"

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CV 
Standard
 
1Adress
3
 
2Lägsta hastighet
 
3Acceleration
 
4Inbromsning - Deceleration
 
5Högsta hastighet
 
6Mellanhastighet
 
8Återställ dekoder till fabriksinställningar.
Också lokadressen återställs till 03
8
 
29

CV29 styr grundfunktionerna i dekodern och det är ett av de viktigare CV att lära sig.
Exempel på sådana grundfunktioner är:

  • Färdriktning
  • Fartsteg
6
 
49

Ljusfunktioner för ljus framåt

  
50Ljusfunktioner för bakljus   
55CV55 controls the static compensation or how much the decoder considers the difference between the current motor and locomotive speed and the target speed set on the throttle when determining the next speed command to send to the motor. This is like the stiffness of a spring. The stiffer the spring, the more compensation you will get. Values can range from 000/x00-255/xFF. High values give a more intense reaction and lower values give less intense reactions. The factory default setting for CV55 is a value of 128/x80. CV55 will have no effect on decoder operation until you program CV57 as described below.  
56CV56 controls the dynamic compensation or how much the decoder considers the historical difference between the current speed and the target speed when determining the next speed command to send to the motor. This setting is like a damper or shock absorber on the spring that helps to restore the spring to its new position. Values can range from 000/x00 to 255/xFF. High values cause more rapid adaptation to the target speed and low values cause slower adaptation to the target speed. The factory default value for CV56 is 048/x30. CV56 will have no effect on decoder operation until you program CV57 as described below. Excessively high values in CV56 will tend to allow a locomotive to "hunt" around a new desired speed when a change of speed is commanded. We recommend that you use the lowest CV value in CV56 that gives the desired performance.  
57

CV57 control the amount of intensity or speed loss as load is increased, by limiting the amount of change or compensation that the decoder is allowed to implement. This CV57 controls the intensity separately for both regular addresses and consist addresses. The first hex digit controls the amount of intensity in effect when speed is controlled using the standard decoder 2 or 4 digit address, and the second hex digit value controls the intensity in effect when the decoder is in an Advanced Consist for speed and direction control. Values of each digit can range from 000/x00 to 015/x0F. 0x=Regular Address and y0=Advanced Consist.

A digit value of 000 is speed stabilization OFF, i.e. Maximum speed intensity is experienced since no load compensation is in effect. A value of 015/x0F is speed stabilization FULL ON and speed intensity will be at its least amount, consistent with the settings for CV55 and CV56. If the intensity CV value is too high, you may see locos jump from one speed to the next if they encounter an obstacle or problem with track work. If the value is too low, there will be very little speed stabilization effect at all. A higher number/digit makes the intensity or speed fall-off less. Intensity 0 means no compensation is applied. A typical value for many locomotives is a value of CV57=005/x05, but the actual value that is best for a locomotive and train size needs to be determined by the user by observation and experimentation.

Note that this value of 005/x05 for this example means that no speed compensation is used when this decoder is in an Advanced Consist.

CV55, CV56 and 57 can be changed while the locomotive is moving using Operations Mode programming. This conveniently allows the characteristics of the whole train to be optimized as needed.

It is not necessary to employ a large value of CV02 (Start Voltage) to compensate for sluggish motors since, if speed compensation is in effect, the decoder will automatically try to adjust the motor power up to at least the Start Voltage setting, so as to achieve the actual speed commanded. This means that low speed % steps such as e.g. 3% or 4% will give best slow operations when the value programmed into CV02 is 000/x00.

  
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LOK
1
2
3
4
5
6
49
50
55
56
57
Dekoder
Kato NW 2-2415
2415
18
3
3
104
   
160
0
15
Digitrax PaP
Kato SD80 MAC-4105
4105
      DCX74D
Kato E8/9A
84
20
2
5
10
       Digitrax PaP
Kato E8/9B
85
20
2
5
10
       Digitrax PaP
LifeLike GP20-1123
1123
      Tran DCX74
Bachmann 2-6-2             Digitrax
Dz 125
Bachmann GP50-8759
8759
      Tran DCX74
Bachmann
Dash 8-40CW-80
80
5
5
3
0
            Digitrax
DZ125
Bachmann
Dash 8-40CW-804
804
5
5
3
0
            Digitrax
DZ125
Bachmann
Dash 8-40CW-814
814
5
5
3
0
      Digitrax
DZ125
Bachmann Acela                        
Atlas RS1 -9186
9186
      Digitrax
DZ125
Atlas U25B-2925
2925
1
20
10
5
5
5
22
   TCS
Classic N
LifeLike GP38-2093
2093
      Digitrax
DZ125
LifeLike GP38-2098
2098
                     
Microtrains
FT A-133
33
5
5
5
150
DN163M0
Microtrains
FT B
34
5
5
5
150
DN163M0

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Multiple Units

Att köra multipel, alltså flera lok som går tillsammans är "enkelt" med Digtirax Zephyr. Gör så här:

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Felmeddelande

d nd

Det finns inget motstånd att läsa av.
Problemet botas med att lägga ett motstånd över programmeringsspåret på 1 Kohm.

d na

Dekodern svarar inte

d nr

Det går inte att skriva till dekodern

 

FULL

10 lokadresser kan hanteras samtidigt och överskrids den gränsen får man felmeddelandet "FULL".
För att tömma adressminnet gör så här:

  • Tryck PROG
  • Tryck SWITCH.
  • Skriv 036.
  • Tryck c/-.
  • Avsluta med EXIT.

 

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Sidan senast uppdaterad August 12, 2015