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I will try and give updates as i look into it but dont hold your breath here is a screenshot of the main start window.
ECOS2 with RR&Co Traincontroller and a load of other electronics so i can sit back and watch the trains go by.
Looking through the website it seems that the only feedback system it can cope with is S88. I'll have a go at shadowing you Brian if you don't mind, it will give me something to do in the hotel.
Trouble is at this moment i havent even got a trackplan on paper yet i will have to sketch it first.
Ian i will look in the manual i know there are sections about feedbacks i use s88 units so i have not looked at anything else i will have to look. No Brian i have peaked, since i have got a running layout i will be interested to see how it interfaces with ECOS and S88's i think having a quick flick round you may need twice as many S88's than TC? It will be very interesting and you have started a good thread which opens automation to a greater audience. Yes i am still smarting at the A?400 for TC, even with my minimal layout i couldn't get away with anything other than Gold! I think semi-automation, for example a fiddle yard, is something that would be a popular use if it was both easy to implement and affordable. Apparently so i have read the developer chap is prepared to add any system if the interest is there For example Lenz support was not added till a year ago when the requests for it were enough for him to warrant doing it. The scale model+s include locomotive+s, rolling stock+, streetcar+s, tracks+, signalling+ and landscapes including: countryside, roads, buildings, vehicles, model figure+s, lights, and features such as rivers, hills, and canyons.
Involvement ranges from possession of a train set to spending hours and large sums of money on a large and exacting model of a railroad+ and the scenery through which it passes, called a "layout".
Layouts vary from a circle or oval of track to realistic reproductions of real places modeled to scale.
The Tech Model Railroad Club+ (TMRC) at MIT+ in the 1950s pioneered automatic control of track-switching by using telephone relays.
The oldest society is 'The Model Railway Club' (established 1910), near Kings Cross, London+, UK. The words ''scale'' and ''gauge'' seem at first interchangeable but their meanings are different. Later, modellers became dissatisfied with inaccuracies and developed standards in which everything is correctly scaled. A compromise of P4 and OO is 'EM' which uses a gauge of with more generous tolerances than P4 for check clearances.
Many groups build modules, which are sections of layouts, and can be joined together to form a larger layout, for meetings or for special occasions. In addition to different scales, there are also different types of couplers for connecting cars, which are not compatible with each other. For British modellers, whose most popular scale is OO, the normal coupler is a tension-lock coupler, which, again has no pretense of replicating the usual prototype three-link chain couplers.
Some modellers pay attention to landscaping+ their layout, creating a fantasy world or modelling an actual location, often historic. Constructing scenery involves preparing a sub-terrain using a wide variety of building materials, including (but not limited to) screen wire, a lattice of cardboard+ strips, or carved stacks of expanded polystyrene+ (styrofoam) sheets.
The scenery base is covered with substitutes for ground cover, which may be Static Grass+ or '''scatter'''.
Buildings and structures can be purchased as kits, or built from cardboard, balsa wood+, basswood+ (or any soft wood really), paper+, or polystyrene or other plastic. There are many weather techniques that include, but not limited to, painting, sanding, breaking, and even chemicals use to cause corrosion. Static diorama models or 'push along' scale models are a branch of model railways for unpowered locomotives, examples are Lone Star+ and Airfix+ models. Most early models for the toy market were powered by clockwork and controlled by levers on the locomotive. Early electrical models used a three-rail+ system with the wheels resting on a metal track with metal sleepers that conducted power and a middle rail which provided power to a skid under the locomotive.
As accuracy became important some systems adopted two-rail power in which the wheel+s were isolated from each other and the rails carried the positive and negative supply with the right rail carrying the positive potential. Other systems such as Marklin instead used fine metal studs to replace the central rail, allowing existing three-rail models to use more realistic track. Where the model is of an electric locomotive+, it may be supplied by overhead lines+, like the full-size locomotive.
Early electric trains ran on trackside batteries+ because few homes in the late 19th century and early 20th century had electricity. Occasionally gasoline+-electric models, patterned after real diesel-electric locomotives, come up among hobbyists and companies like Pilgrim Locomotive Works have sold such locomotives.
Modern manufacturing+ techniques mean mass-produced models achieve a high degree of precision and realism. The first clockwork (spring-drive) and live steam locomotives ran until out of power, with no way for the operator to stop and restart the locomotive or vary its speed. Electricity permits control by dividing the layout into isolated blocks, where trains can be slowed or stopped by lowering or cutting power to a block. Many layout builders are choosing digital operation of their layouts rather than the more traditional DC design. In large scales, particularly for garden railway+s, radio control and DCC in the garden have become popular.
Several organizations exist to set standardizations for connectability between individual layout sections (commonly called "modules"). Rail transport modelling+ Railway modelling (UK, Australia and Ireland) or model railroading (US and Canada) is a hobby in which rail transport systems are modelled at a reduced scale. ShareThisMy activities in Scale Model Animation often lead me to use DCC as a control method for sequencing. This all starts with a $2.41 Arduino Pro Mini Board, a 6N137 optocoupler, a LM78L05 voltage regulator, miscellaneous resistors and capacitors, and a program and library modified for the job. Then open the DecoderNmraDcc_4.ino sketch (program), set your decoder address, and you are good to go!
While there are hooks in the code for CV and long address support, I haven’t verified or changed any of these additional hooks… yet! I do think the timer and interrupt capability on the PIC could handle the job, but you'll have to port the library that i used or write your own.
This stuff opens up allot of possibilities for modelers in any scale, even beyond model railroading. My goal with this report was to build a platform-- a starting point -- on which I was confident that more could be built.
There is also a much more interesting feature I want-- trigger inputs-- think chuff cam on steroids!
You may have to wait a bit for me to get this done and write it up, but you or others can take my work and build on it too.
In line with Michael's question, I take it that this module would have little issue to sink current for a turnout servo; I'm thinking it could adequately source it too?
I'm leery of using frog juicers and the like; as I'm using computer control and using deliberate short circuits goes against the grain.
I drilled a small hole in the webbing under the outer rail and filed a groove in the webbing under the inner rails.
I tried not to cut right through the plastic webbing as the 0.50 mm styrene inserts are glued into the slots (as well as the rails), for extra strength.


Then I snipped off the ends of the ties that hold the Peco motors and trimmed their sides a bit. At Broken Hill the train stopped long enough for a trip to the top of the original mine slag heap to take this and a few other photos -  from that height it was like looking down on a model train layout - albeit with a 30 plus carriage train!
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If that is true then it is rather limiting for anyone hoping to do some automation or even show track occupancy. If you want to anything more than control points and show where trains are it is strictly for geeks.
S88 is popular on mainland Europe but Digitrax seems to be 'the professional's choice' as it were.
Electric trains appeared around the start of the 20th century, but these were crude likenesses. Hobbyists, called "railway modellers" or "model railroaders", may maintain models large enough to ride (see ''Live steam+, Ridable miniature railway+'' and ''Backyard railroad+''). Aided by trade associations such as the National Model Railroad Association+ (NMRA) and ''Normen Europaischer Modelleisenbahnen+'' (NEM), manufacturers and hobbyists soon arrived at ''de facto+'' standards+ for interchangeability, such as gauge, but trains were only a rough approximation to the real thing. These are used by modellers but have not spread to mass-production because the inaccuracies and overscale properties of the commercial scales ensure reliable operation and allow for shortcuts necessary for cost control.
For each kind of module system, there is an interface standard, so that modules made by different participants may be connected, even if they have never been connected before. Horn hook couplers have largely given way to a design known as a working knuckle coupler which was popularized by the Kadee Quality Products Co., and which has subsequently been emulated by a number of other manufactures in recent years.
Bachmann and more recently Hornby have begun to offer models fitted with NEM coupler pockets.
Trees can be fabricated from materials such as Western sagebrush+, candytuft+, and caspia, to which adhesive+ and model foliage are applied; or they can be bought ready-made from specialist manufacturers. Most models come out of the box looking new, because unweathered finishes are easier to produce. Powered model railways are now generally operated by low voltage direct current+ (DC) electricity supplied via the tracks, but there are exceptions, such as Marklin+ and Lionel Corporation+, which use alternating current+ (AC). Although this made control crude the models were large and robust enough that handling the controls was practical. Before Digital Command Control+ became available, this was one way of controlling two trains separately on the same track. Today, inexpensive train sets running on batteries are again common but regarded as toys+ and seldom used by hobbyists.
Hornby Railways+ produce live steam locomotives in 00, based on designs first arrived at by an amateur modeller. Large-scale petrol-mechanical and petrol-hydraulic models are available but unusual and pricier than the electrically powered versions. These kits produce models that are not covered by the major manufacturers or in scales that are not in mass production. The advent of electric trains, which appeared commercially in the 1890s, allowed control of the speed by varying the current or voltage. Dividing a layout into blocks permits operators to run more than one train with less risk of a fast train catching and hitting a slow train.
This is so several (or hundreds, given enough space and power) people or groups can bring together their own modules, connect them together with as little trouble as possible, and operate their trains.
It uses a specific track interface, which has joiners which hold the modules together, which enables quick setting up and taking down. During the investigation, DCI Tom Mathias reveals that his late brother was a model train afficionado. Rail transport modelling scales+ Rail transport modelling uses a variety of scales (ratio between the real world and the model) to ensure scale models look correct when placed next to each other.
This could include building and street lights, even sparking welders and twinkling camp fires. The Pro Mini and other parts are mounted on a piece of perf board (available from many sources, even radio shack—google searches can be very helpful here). If you did everything right you can set your control for the decoder address and turn on and off 17 functions at will.
The processor and memory in the Pro Mini is more capable than most but not all decoders on the market today. The green LEDs used as Function indicators are especially bright even with very low current.
To get the LEDs to fit side by side on .1inch centers, I used a sanding disk mounted in a moto tool to sand the sides down just a bit in parallel with the LED pins. This is why I use the Pro Mini-- it's cheap and there are many libraries already written, that gives a great starting point. Once you get the tools on your bench, I havee no doubt that you'll come up with ideas that never even crossed my mind!
I know your goal is animation but does this mean this decoder would eventually be suitable for turnout control? These use the mechanical action of the point blades moving to switch the contacts, which, in my case, are connected to the frog. It also results in an insulfrog that is a lot more robust and hard-wearing than the plastic ones. This was joined by a DL class (DL40) on the leg from Adelaide to Sydney to assist in crossing the Blue Mountains. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount.
For some modelers, the goal of building a layout is to eventually run it as if it were a real railroad (if the layout is based on the fancy of the builder) or as the real railroad did (if the layout is based on a prototype). The museum also houses one of the earliest scenic models – the Madder Valley layout built by John Ahern.
One specialist branch concentrates on larger scales and gauges+, commonly using track gauges from .
Similarly, 'The Historical Model Railway Society' at Butterley+, near Ripley, Derbyshire+ specialises in historical matters and has archives available to members and non-members. It is easier to fit a G scale model into a garden and keep scenery proportional to the trains.
Official scales for the gauges were drawn up but not at first rigidly followed and not necessarily correctly proportioned for the gauge chosen. The finescale standards include the UK's P4, and the even finer S4, which uses track dimensions+ scaled from the prototype.
Many of these module types are listed in the Layout standards organizations+ section of this article. Working knuckle couplers are a closer approximation to the "automatic" couplers used on the prototype there and elsewhere.


This theoretically enables modellers of British railways to substitute any other NEM362 coupler, though many Bachmann models place the coupler pocket at the wrong height. Also, the wear a freight car or building undergoes depends not only on age but where it is used. For instance several steps may be taken to create a rusting effect to ensure not only proper coloring, but also proper texture and luster.
Various manufacturers introduced slowing and stopping tracks that could trigger levers on the locomotive and allow station stops.
The electric-outline model would be supplied by the overhead wire and the other model could be supplied by one of the running rails. Batteries located in the model often power garden railway and larger scale systems because of the difficulty in obtaining reliable power supply through the outdoor rails. Laser machining+ techniques have extended this ability to thicker materials for scale steam and other locomotive types.
As trains began to be powered by transformer+s and rectifier+s more sophisticated throttles appeared, and soon trains powered by AC contained mechanisms to change direction or go into neutral gear when the operator cycled the power.
The advantages to DCC are that track voltage is constant (usually in the range of 20 volts AC) and the command throttle sends a signal to small circuit cards, or decoders, hidden inside the piece of equipment which control several functions of an individual locomotive, including speed, direction of travel, lights, smoke and various sound effects. Despite different design and operation philosophies, different organizations have similar goals; standardized ends to facilitate connection with other modules built to the same specifications, standardized electricals, equipment, curve radii. Standards are considerably more flexible in module shape than NTRAK, and has expanded over the years to accommodate several scenery variations.
The objective of the Free-mo Standard is to provide a platform for prototype modeling in a flexible, modular environment. Due to its popularity, it can be found in regional variations, most notably the Imperial-to-Metric measurement conversions. The rails come up to the end of the modules, so that the rails on adjacent modules do not need joiner track, but depend on the accuracy of the placement of the rails to allow trains to pass from one section to another. In the series' penultimate episode, "The Blue Comet+", named after the train, Bobby is whacked while shopping at Traintown. You should cut off the surface mount LED Pin 13 indicator in the Pro Mini Board or its dropping resistor as it is both redundant and may interfere with the function assigned to that pin. You will note that as the decoder powers on, it will run through a test cycle torning all functions on, then all functions off—and only once.
They are plugged into an IC socket cut and soldered to the board-- it keeps tiem in a somewhat neat line. I've helped a dozen or so local modellers start using these cheap little controllers-- anyone can do it. A couple of the code 100 insulfrog points on my old layout became so worn at the point where the wheels hit the 'vee' that I had to build them up again, using Araldite. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Today modelers create model railroad layout+s, often recreating real locations and periods throughout history.
If modelers choose to model a prototype, they may reproduce track-by-track reproductions of the real railroad in miniature, often using prototype track diagrams and historic maps. This was built in the late 1930s to late 1950s and brought in realistic modelling, receiving coverage on both sides of the Atlantic in the magazines ''Model Railway News'' and ''Model Railroader+''. Models in these scales are usually hand-built and powered by live steam, or diesel-hydraulic, and the engines are often powerful enough to haul dozens of human passengers. Also in HO, the European manufacturers have standardized, but on a coupler mount, not a coupler: many varieties of coupler can be plugged in (and out) of the NEM coupler box. A fairly common alternative is to use representations of chain couplings as found on the prototype, though these require large radius curves to be used to avoid derailments. Rail cars in cities accumulate grime from building and automobile exhaust and graffiti+, while cars in deserts may be subjected to sandstorms which etch or strip paint. In addition the notion of accurate models had yet to evolve and toy train+s and track were crude tinplate. The high power consumption and current draw of large scale garden models is more easily and safely met with internal rechargeable batteries. More sophisticated models can be made using a combination of etched+ sheets of brass+ and low temperature castings+. Scratch builders may also make silicone rubber molds of the parts they create, and cast them in various plastic resins (see Resin casting+), or plasters.
Three-rail systems often insulate one of the common rails on a section of track, and use a passing train to complete the circuit and activate an accessory.
This allows more realistic operation in that the modeller can operate independently several locomotives on the same stretch of track. This style of module allows for very quick set up, compared with module systems that use joiner tracks.
Most standards are regional, but some have followers in other parts of the world outside their native region, most notably NEM and NMRA.
I found that the circuit with the fast 6N137 optocoupler was very sensitive to noise on the DCC lines. Bekonscot+ in Buckinghamshire+ is the oldest model village and includes a model railway, dating from the 1930s.
Popular narrow-gauge scales include Sn3+, HOn3+ and Nn3+, which are the same in scale as S, HO and N except with a narrower spacing between the tracks (in these examples, a scale standard gauge).
None of the popular couplers has any resemblance to the prototype three-link chains generally used on the continent. A model that is weathered would not fit as many layouts as a pristine model which can be weathered by its purchaser. In some cases, evidence of accidents or repairs may be added, such as dents or freshly painted replacement parts, and weathered models can be nearly indistinguishable from their prototypes when photographed appropriately. A variation on the three-rail system, Trix Twin+, allowed two trains to be independently controlled on one track, before the advent of Digital Command Control+.
Free-Mo was designed to and continues to push the envelope of modular model railroading to new heights.
Assembly is pretty straightforward if you’ve ever soldered a small set of components before. My friend Gordon Hoffman suggested adding Capacitor C8 (270pf) and it solved the problem reliably. The world's largest model railroad in H0 scale+ is the ''Miniatur Wunderland+'' in Hamburg+, Germany+. It goes beyond the traditional closed-loop set-up in creating a truly universal "free-form" modular design that is operations oriented and heavily influenced by prototype railroading.
You could also use a solderless breadboard (like Radio Shack 276-003) to assemble a decoder.
On the Arduino Pro Mini these are labeled 3-13 and A0-A5 and they directly correspond to standard DCC Decoder Functions F0 through F16. Each pin can directly drive at least 40ma at 5 volts, more than enough for several LEDs each.



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