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 +=====LNCV'​s=====
 +[[:​english#​interfaces|{{ ​ :​interface.png}}]][[:​english|{{ ​ :​rocrail-logo-35.png}}]] ​
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 +[[german|Inhalt]] -> [[german#​Zentralen|Zentralen]] ->   ​**[[loconet-de|Digitrax LocoNet]]** ​
 +   * [[loconet-cs-de|Zentralen]] | [[loconet-interfaces-de|Schnittstellen]] | [[lnfc-de|LocoNet-Uhr]] | **Handregler** | [[loconet:​transponding-de|Transponding]] | [[loconet:​dtopsw-de|Option Switches]] | [[locont-wi-de|Verkabelung]]
 +    *  [[loconet-dev-de|FRED & FREDI]] | **LNCV'​s for programming (Uhlenbrock) modules**  ​
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 +----
 +LNCV's seems to be an invention of Uhlenbrock Elektronik GmbH, which gives programming I/O modules another dimension.
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 +Uhlenbrock Elektronik GmbH did not publish how it works, but it is easy to reengineer it.
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 +So what does Rocrail do with this information?​
 +Starting to provide a general dialog to program LNCV's similar the IB it will make users not having an IB box but build them a LocoBuffer the ability to program such devices.
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 +The dialog is in a very rudimental state but usable if you know how.
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 +Some modules are set default to module **address 65535** which is not programable. (valid range is between 1 and 2048)
 +To connect with such a module you must send a detection command with the **Detect** button.
 +Make sure that only one module is on the LocoNet bus with the 65535 address, and do not forget to **push** the **program button** on the module! (The LED starts blinking)
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 +If the detect command did get a response from a module the Module Key will be set and the module will accept LNCV commands.
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 +The module keys are in case of Uhlenbrock the first four figures of the product number:
 +  * 6334 Feedback module for 2-rail layouts
 +  * 6335 Feedback module for 3-rail layouts
 +  * 6341 Switch module
 +  * 6861 LISSY Receiver
 +  * and so on
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 +If the module allready has a module address you must set this in the CV and value fields:
 +<​code>​
 +CV=0 and Value=module address
 +</​code>​
 +In this case you have to push the **Start** button to make the module listen to LNCV commands.\\
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 +{{lncv-start.png}}\\
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 +When the module is ready to process LNCV commands the LED will blink on the module:\\
 +{{lncv-demo.jpg}}\\
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 +After setting the CV and Value you can **Get** and **Set** the modules LNCV'​s:​
 +(See for details the manual of the module.)
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 +{{lncv-get.png}}
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 +Do not forget to push the **Stop** button to signal the module to quit LNCV mode.
 +The LED will stop blinking and the programming is done.
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 +Separate module specific dialogs will be added in the future for more comfort:\\
 +{{63350.png}}\\
  
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