Lighting effects on Lenz Gold & Silver decoders

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Re: Lighting effects on Lenz Gold & Silver decoders

Post by torikoos » Wed Oct 30, 2013 8:47 am

I'm not entirely sure if those outputs support that function. Just curious are you using Decoder Pro or are you programming directly of your DCC system.
I believe using Decoder Pro, you can directly see what effects are available for which output etc, and how this relates to function mapping.

I haven't programmed a Lenz decoder for a while, but I believe they don't support all US specific light effects.

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Re: Lighting effects on Lenz Gold & Silver decoders

Post by Mike_R » Fri Nov 01, 2013 11:47 am

Why not connect C & D to the headlights as they can do the head light functions. Then A & B can be used for Gyrolights etc.
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Re: Lighting effects on Lenz Gold & Silver decoders

Post by torikoos » Fri Nov 01, 2013 12:40 pm

Mike_R wrote:Why not connect C & D to the headlights as they can do the head light functions. Then A & B can be used for Gyrolights etc.
Sometimes the answer is obvious.... I could have thought of that. good one Mike :-)
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