If only simple I/O is needed this tab will do the job in a few clicks.
The "Easy Setup" uses the module address from Tab General.
This setup example connects a GCA93 (current sensors) and a GCA136 (servo driver).
Port address in range from 1 to 2048.
The used addressing scheme is PADA.
Normal input without switch-off delay and active low.
Configuration = 31
Block occupancy detection with switch-off delay active to prevent unwanted LocoNet events, active low.
Configuration = 27
Output without reset, 1 - on.
Configuration = 129
Output with hardware reset, 1 - on.
Configuration = 140
Many switch decoders have 2 outputs to control both coils of the motor.
To achieve this with LocoIO/MGV50 just program two outputs on the same address, one of them with the option "C2" (Coil 2) activated.
The LocoIO setup uses the NMRA accessory decoder addressing.
Shows the Rocrail object ID which is linked to this port.
Save all settings in a file in the CSV format: "SV, value".
Example of a SV file:
100, 148 0, 0 1, 81 2, 1 3, 31 4, 0 5, 16 6, 31 7, 0 8, 48 ...
Read settings from file in the format described above.
With set all the SV values are stored in the LocoIO module.
It is important to power off and on after programming LocoIO units (GCA50 etc) because some changes will only take place after a reset.