If more than one command station is used, then the command station that is responsible for controlling the decoder is specified in this field. The "Interface identifier" field can remain empty if the object is connected to the first command station (first 'digint' in rocrail.ini) from the list of command stations.
Alternative to the Bus number supported by:
Addressing of accessories is described in the Practical Guide.
Some systems support an extra parameter for outputs:
The OFF parameter is only used for BiDiB lights. (For example 2: BIDIB_PORT_DIMM_OFF)
Port value for the "on" command.
For digital outputs it should be set to 1.
Analog outputs are supported in:
Setting the value (Brightness Level) to "0" means that the output will never turn on in SRCP. A value of 4095 is full brightness for 12 bit LED controllers.
The delayed off timer in seconds if set to greater then zero.
Switch commands are sent instead of output commands when this option is set.
This option swap the on/off command.
Send a blink command at ON.
Changes the panel background color on the fly if this the color option is also set.
Note: It is recommended to use this option only for one single output in the plan to prevent unwanted effects.
Some systems, like BiDiB, differentiate between accessory and other command types.
For most other systems this flag has no effect.
Port type selection.
Some decoders, like BiDiB-LightControl and RocNetNode, provide different port types on the same local address.
A mobile decoder function. The port is the function number.