The Interface of a block is used for:
This flag must be set if this block is part of a Track Driver System (i.e. Dinamo).
Reset the block driver speed to zero after the block has been set free in automatic mode.
This will default to setting the block into analog mode with zero speed.
If the track driver system supports linking blocks this option should be activated. Supported systems:
In case it is not supported this option must be deactivated to make sure the destination block will get a speed command.
If you have more than one Command Station you can use this field to link this switch with the CS you actually wired it with. Leave blank in case you have only one CS or when it is wired to the default CS. (First digint in the rocrail.ini)
Check the manual of the Command Station or Decoder on how to address this block.
| Theoretic possible, but technically open, because it's possible,
that with the PWM at the motor connections of an loc decoder
with analog locs without changes problems may occur.
| It cannot be excluded,
that decoders will be damaged if locs driving over block boundaries.
If a block is connected to a normal (DCC) loco decoder the DCC address of this decoder must be set in the block address field. The port can be left zero.
Note: The speed parameters are used from the arriving loco interface settings in this block.
With the ZimoBin library the MX9 modules can be set to a specific speed limit.
The commands are mapped as following:
|Command||MX9||Speed limit value||German|
|Power on||Go||3||(F) Freie Fahrt|
|Power off||Power off||4||(A) Fahrspannung ausgeschaltet|
|Speed 1||Slow speed||2||(L) Langsam|
|Speed 2||Very slow speed||1||(U) Ultralangsam|
The MX9 address: 0…63 not 900…963.
The main section: 0…7. (Hauptabschnitt 1…8)