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 +======Addressing Examples======
 +[[english|{{ ​ rocrail-logo-35.png}}]]
 +
 +[[english|Content]] -> [[english#​Basics|Basics]]
 +  * [[rocrail-components-en|Rocrail'​s Components]] | **[[:​addressing-en|Addressing]]**
 +    * **[[addressing-examples-en|Examples]]**
 +// \\ // \\
 + \\
 +=====Sensor Addressing=====
 +
 +{{sensor-int-en.png}}
 +
 +The Module Address of the feedback sensors begins with 1. The next Sensor is Nr. 2 then 3 ....\\
 +
 +The internal map key will change from "​bus_addr_unit_pin_iid"​ to "​iid_bus_addr"​.\\
 +
 +Converting from old to new addressing for **16-Port** modules:\\
 +RocRail Address = (Module - 1) * **16** + Pin\\
 +
 +__Example:​__\\
 +If using **16-Port** S88 Modules, Port 5 of the second module is addressed as Port 21 : (2 - 1) * **16** + 5 = 21\\
 +
 +See the [[Lenz-en|Lenz]] page for the Lenz addressing scheme which is slightly different.\\
 +
 +
 +
 + \\
 +
 +=====Switch Addressing=====
 +{{switch-int-en.png}}\\
 +Address is the number of a 4-port group.\\
 + \\
 +If using turnout modules with 4 ports the first module is addressed as 1, the second as 2 and so on.\\
 +If using turnout modules with 8 ports the first module is addressed as 1 for the ports 1 to 4 and is addressed as 2 for the ports 5 to 8.\\
 + \\
 +The data in the lower "​Address"​ and "​Port"​ fields is only used if the turnout or crossing needs a second solenoid or motor e.g. for three way turnouts or double crossings. If you select one of these the fields are active. Otherwise they'​re grey.\\
 +They are counted in the same way as the first solenoid.\\
 + \\
 +Remark for Maerklin K83 Users: The documented address rom for the K83 decoders begins with address 2. That means that the decoder setting 01101010 equals address 2, Port 1 to 4 entspricht. There exists an undocumented setting to set the decoder to address 1. To do this you have to setup the decoder to 10101010.\\
 +
 + \\
 +===FADA===
 +If the port value is set to zero and the address > 0 then the FADA translation will take place.\\
 +Example:\\
 +FADA address 4 is the same as addr=1, port=3 and gate=red.\\
 +FADA address 5 is the same as addr=1, port=3 and gate=green.\\
 +
 +
 +===Note for Hornby users only:​=== ​
 +As of svn 3174 the addressing offset has been fixed and normal addressing can be used in lieu of FADA/PADA - i.e. address1, port 2 is handled by the Elite as address 1, port 2 not port 1 as originally seen. Just amend the rocrail.ini file to add sublib="​elite"​ after the lib="​lenz"​ in the digint section.\\
 +
 + \\
 +===Decouplers===
 +The Buttons "​red"​ and "​green"​ are used for decouplers because they use only one Gate of a port. You can connect 2 decouplers to one port. One is set to "​green",​ the other one to "​red"​.\\
 +
 +
 + \\
 +=====Signal Addressing=====
 +{{signal-interface-en.png}}\\
 +If you want to setup signals you have to fill in the address number of the decoder in the address field. This is again the number of a 4-port group. The first decoder is addressed as 1. Mostly you can connect more than one Signal to a decoder.\\
 +The entries in the field Port 1 to Port 3 are assigned to the Ports of the decoder. The same way as seen at turnout decoders. A light of a signal uses only one Gate of a Decoder Port. Because of that you have to choose the Gate of the Port, "​red"​ or "​green"​.\\
 +
 + \\
 +=====Output Addressing=====
 +{{output-int-en.png}}\\
 +Address, Port and Gate are counted as described in the chapters decouplers or turnouts.\\
 +You can switch two outputs at one Port (red / green).\\
  
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