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Programming Digitrax DN163K0b with Prodigy Advance2 and Kato F7

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Programming Digitrax DN163K0b with Prodigy Advance2 and Kato F7
Posted by Sherman1111 on Wednesday, April 9, 2008 7:16 AM

Have my decoders instaled, running ABBA set up

setting the address is no problem, what other variables values are recommended

Start voltage =

Acceleration =

Deceleration =

Top voltage =

thanks

jd 

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Posted by Sherman1111 on Wednesday, April 9, 2008 6:25 PM

Ok, is there a DCC for Dummies?

 

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Posted by Vail and Southwestern RR on Wednesday, April 9, 2008 8:23 PM
Do you like how they run?  Do they run at the same speed (consist them , but don't couple them together, leave an inch or two between them)?  If you are happy, don't mess with them!  If you are not, there are some folks here that can help you make the changes neede to get you happy!  We got a ABB set, with the digitrax decoders, and didn't need to change a thing.

Jeff But it's a dry heat!

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Posted by Sherman1111 on Wednesday, April 9, 2008 9:05 PM
They all run the same speed, I would like to change the acceleration and decelleration, also the top speed. They do run to fast at full speed, My grandaughter has taken an intrest in the Choo choo's and I would like her to be able to run the engines with out them flying off the layout.

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