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Neil Robinson Registered 30 Jul Facebook Pinterest Email Link. The default for CV49 is 7 so setting it to 6 will clear bit 0. Will changing CV 49 to 2 and setting CV 29 to 6 fix 555027 problem with the lights, I will try changing them today to check.
Set outputs F1 and F2 to be controlled by Function button 1. Forums New posts Trending Search forums. You must log in or register to reply here. PhilThanks, I live on the other side of the world.
Now, if you can just tell me where I put my bag of 5V bulbs?? NeilI love the phoenix sound I have two others they are fitted to Aristo engines and are plug and play they work great. Calendar Monthly Weekly Agenda Archive. Am I wright to believe that I can only program 9 functions on the which includes the F9 Lighting function.
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Trying to get the ‘inverse coupling’ of F1 and F2 to work, to give alternate flashing cab-roof lights on a yellow diesel. If the Phoenix card is assigned the same address as the loco and it has access to the DCC signal i. Mark I had to change the Navigator back to 14 speed steps as the front and back lights did not work properly on 28 steps. Have tried several values for CV57, special function of F2 output, but I can Only get them to flash together, not alternately.
Are any of the manuals any good?? Frank, The programming module is a little expensive, unless you intend to fit more Phoenix sound units! Everywhere Threads This forum This thread.
Search Everywhere Threads This forum This thread. I have a question about function buttons, as I also wish to install a Phoenix Sound card in the Loco, I would assume that when I activate function F3 which would activate Lights assigned to F3 it would also activate the coupler clank from the Phoenix Card which also has F3 assigned for this sound.
I am using a Piko DCC. Depending where you are in the country, you may well find someone on here nearby who can change the settings for you.
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Functions higher than 8 can be used on the but you must disable “serial” function processing by clearing CV49 bit 0. I have said interface, and am in the Midlands, if that is of any help? F3 only has the coupler clank when you set it so am using it to turn marker tail and Cab lights on and off.
I would have liked to been able to turn the Cab lights on separately.