Digitrax DCS210+ Option Switches
Summary: This table contains the option switches for a Digitrax DCS210+ DCC Command Station
This table lists the default state of the option switches, as found using the JMRI Configure Command Station tool.
DCS210+ Option Switch Listing
Note: At the time this table was published, Digitrax does not publish a comprehensive list of option switches for the DCS210+. This table may contain errors as there is no validation available.
The user manual only publishes values for OpSw #2, #3, and #40. It refers the user to the Digitrax website for further information.
If an option is labelled reserved, do not change it.
|DCS210+ Option Switches|
|Options are active when Option Switch is CLOSED|
|2||Thrown||DCS210+ to operate as a booster, not as a command station|
|3||Thrown||Booster is auto reversing|
|6||Thrown||Do not check for a decoder before programming|
|13||Thrown||Increase loco purge time to 600 seconds|
|14||Thrown||Disable loco address purging|
|15||Thrown||Purge forces loco speed to zero|
|17||Thrown||Automatic Advanced Consists disabled|
|18||Thrown||Extended booster short circuit shutdown time|
|20||Thrown||Disable Analog operations (Address 00)|
|21||Closed||Global default for new locomotive: FX|
|22||Closed||Global default for new locomotive: 28 speed steps|
|23||Thrown||Global default for new locomotive: 14 speed steps|
|25||Thrown||Disable route echo on LocoNet|
|28||Thrown||Do not send interrogate messages on power up|
|31||Thrown||Fast route/switch output when not in trinary mode|
|33||Closed||Restore prior state of track power upon power up|
|34||Thrown||Allow track to power up in Run state|
|35||Thrown||Disable Loco Reset Button|
|36||Thrown||Clear all multifunction decoder info and consists|
|37||Thrown||Clear all routes|
|38||Thrown||Loco Reset initiates "Slot Zeroing"|
|39||Thrown||Clear all internal memory states|
|40||Thrown||Reset all multifunction decoder info, consists, routes and Voltage Trim to Factory Default|
|41||Thrown||Diagnostic click when LocoNet commands are received or Routes are input|
|42||Thrown||Disable two beeps when loco address is purged|
|43||Thrown||Disable LocoNet update of track status.|
|45||Thrown||Disable reply for switch state request|
|47||Thrown||Program track is brake generator|
|49||Thrown||Allow IDLE power stat|
|54||Thrown||Last recall speed at POR, not Zero|
|66||Thrown||Do not use Advanced Commands|
|70||Thrown||Disable BB7F check for other command stations|
|71||Thrown||No external command station disable|
|75||Thrown||Disable Program Track pre-charge|
|77||Thrown||After D5 commands lockout legacy SPD/fns etc.|
|78||Thrown||Send ACK on normal switch commands|
Setting an Option Switch
This proces can be done using the following methods:
- Set the MODE switch to center OP position. The PWR and PROG LEDs will pulse alternately.
- Connect a LocoNet throttle and select its switch control mode.
- Select the switch (Option Switch) number, then set T/Thrown or C/closed to modify the OPSW as needed.
- Return MODE switch to RUN position when complete
As the DCS210+ features a USB port, it can be connected directly to a computer running JMRI software.
JMRI can configure a command station and offers two methods. Consult the JMRI help pages for details.