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#11179 Oct 1, 1999

Its just one BIG CYBER model railroading club. And we all get "testy" at

times, but all in all its a great way to get info. Can't imagine ever going

back to DC. Its great!

Bill ----- Original Message -----

From: deslater deslater@...>

To: digitrax@onelist.com>

Sent: Thursday, September 30, 1999 3:11 PM

Subject: Re: [Digitrax] DZ121 and PR1 -- Unreliable Operation! (long, but

important)

> From: deslater deslater@...>

>

> Don;

> It would be very dificult to put a price on the information available on

this

> list, if not downright impossible. At the risk of giving you, Larry, John

Kabat,

> Hans Tanner and the rest of the "guru's" who's brains we all pick a

swelled

> head I feel that I and many others on this list would still be in the dark

> without you . Many thanks to all.

> Dave S.

> From the Canadian prairies

>

> Don Crano wrote:

>

> > From: "Don Crano" donc@...>

> >

> > Philip,

> >

> > I was really not trying to convince you of anything. I do not have a

DZ121,

> > and I , well we all know there is some problems with them on other

systems.

> >

> > I was just trying to point out the problems you were having with PR1,

and

> > Hans did a better job then I did there. And figured this was related to

the

> > problem your were having with the DZ121's, yes there are problems with a

> > couple other systems, but have not heard of any with Digitrax yet.

> >

> > As far as venting, no reason to be sorry, if you feel you need to vent

go

> > for it. We are all entitled to it.g>

> >

> > As far as being paid, yes I am paid extremely well. The freindship,

> > camaraderie, the thanks, and most of all the sharing of information,

means

> > more to me then anything else. After all this is my hobby not my

profession.

> > If it was, I more then likely could not have fun and enjoy as much as I

do,

> > and would have to change my tag line after all these years.vbg>

> >

> > Remember Always Have Fun and Enjoy!,

> > Don Crano Akron, Oh NMRA #096211

> > mailto:donc@...

> > Visit Model Railroading with DCC at:

> > ---Links-Are-Forbidden--- >

> > ----- Original Message -----

> > From: Scandura, Philip (AZ77) Philip.Scandura@...>

> > To: digitrax@onelist.com>; Email List (N DCC) ndcc@onelist.com>

> > Cc: info@...>; sales@...>;

> > techsupport@...>

> > Sent: Thursday, September 30, 1999 2:58 PM

> > Subject: RE: [Digitrax] DZ121 and PR1 -- Unreliable Operation! (long,

but

> > important)

> >

> > From: "Scandura, Philip (AZ77)" Philip.Scandura@...>

> >

> > I will try the new version of Windows PR1 tonight. And I will make sure

not

> > to enter a 2 digit address. I appreciate your clarification Don, but

> > frankly, you shouldn't need to do this -- unless someone is paying you

very

> > well!

> >

> > Philip A. Scandura, Jr.

> > Glendale, AZ

> >

> > > -----Original Message-----

> > > From: "Don Crano" donc@...>

> > snip>

> >

> > > Next please read this note from Digitrax on programming the DZ121's:

> > >

> > > When programming the short address (CV01) in your DZ121, the decoder

will

> > > automatically set CV19 to 0, CV29 to 0, CV 55 to 80, CV56 to 30 & CV57

to

> > > 0.

> > > This is done to insure compatibility with DCC systems that only

recognize

> > > short addressing (2 digit mode). When using long addressing (4 digit

> > > addressing) these CV's are not affected.

> > >

> > > After changing the short address (CV01), you will probably want to

change

> > > CV29 to 06 or another appropriate value based on your operations. You

can

> > > do

> > > this on the programming track or, if you forget, you can use

Operations

> > > Mode

> > > to do this once the loco is back on the layout.

> > >

> > > Setting CV19 to 0 clears consisting (this is required for NMRA

> > > compatibility).

> > >

> > > The rest of this programming note can be found at:

> > > ---Links-Are-Forbidden--- > >

> >

> >

>

> >






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