Summary: Manufactures LocoBuffer-USB, signal drivers, block detectors, etc. for LocoNet, as well as NMRA LCC devices.
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- Connection Issues with Digitrax Command Station USB Port
- Digtrax and Indexed CVs
- Layout Command Control/Devices
- LocoNet/LocoNet Interfaces
- NCE USB and Power Pro Command Station
Q: Digtrax and Indexed CVs
There should be no issues setting an Indexed CV using a DT402, DT500 or DT602 throttle with a Digitrax Command Station.
JMRI with a LocoNet interface such as the Digtrax PR3/PR4 or a LocoBuffer will also work.
Issues are found with the following command stations. Do not attempt to write an indexed CV with the following:
- DCS50 Zephyr
- DCS51 Zephyr Xtra
- DCS52 Zephyr Express
- A DT400 throttle used with
- Zephyr, Zephyr Xtra, Zephyr Express
- Super Chief
- Empire Builder
will also not work correctly.
Edit FAQ Related Articles: CV, Configuration Variable/Indexed Configuration Variables, Configuration Variables Related Manufacturer: Digitrax, RR-CirKits Categories: Command Station, Computer Interface, Programming
Q: Connection Issues with Digitrax Command Station USB Port
There seems to be some issues with the USB port included on recent Digitrax Command Stations, such as the DC52 (Zephyr Express), DCS210+ and DCS240.
Connections to JMRI and other software packages running on an external computer may be interrupted.
Using a Digitrax PR3 or PR4 or a RR-Cirkits LocoBuffer-USB LocoNet interface is reportedly more stable than the internal PR4 built into the command station.
Edit FAQ Related Articles: DCS210Plus, DCS240, DCS52, Digitrax Command Station Comparison Related Manufacturer: Digitrax, RR-CirKits Categories: Command Station, Computer Interface, Throttle Network