Main Features of this Decoder Our Famous GOOF PROOF NO Questions Asked Warranty Back EMF Load Compensation for superior slow speed control even with heavy loads. • Quiet Drive creates SUPER QUIET engine performance. • Autodetect for realistic throttle response when using DC power. • Dimmed Brightness of bulbs or LEDs is adjustable. • Variable Momentum lets you make custom acceleration curves. • Ditch Lights: control alternating ditch lights with realistic pulsing. • Mars, Gyra, and Rotary Beacon are adjustable. • Decoder Lock for programming same address decoders independently. • Function Remapping: 13 buttons for most lights, 7 buttons for TM Scale Functions Function Rating Continuous/Peak N 4 80 mA 1.0 /2.0 Amp Dimensions: 2.63”x.4”x.06” or 66.83 mm x 10.16mm x 1.72 mm operations. Other Features of This Decoder: This decoder has too many features that could be listed on this page. For the complete list of available features, print out the “Additional Programing Guide” that can be found in the literature section of our website ( www.tcsdcc. com). Some of the features include: Function Remapping, 3 Point Acceleration/Deceleration Curves, Button Control of the Motor, Loadable Speed Tables, Various lighting effects, decoder lock and many more. This full featured BEMF decoder is designed to fit the N-Scale Kato RS2, RSC2, SD80/90MAC, EMD 90/43MAC, Walthers RS2 and GP18 and many other locomotives. Included is our auto-adjusting BEMF for outstanding slow speed performance and hassle free set up. Also includes Quiet Drive for super quiet engine performance. WIRING DIAGRAM WARRANTY PROCEDURE: All decoders are covered by a one year goof proof, no questions asked warranty. Please return in a padded envelope or small box. NOTE: A4X, A6X, DP2X, and all drop in N-scale decoders must be returned in a small box. 1. You must register the failed decoder on our website at www.tcsdcc.com. 2. Print out a copy of the Warranty Registration and include it in the padded envelope or box with the decoder(s). 3. Return decoder(s) directly to us using the address below. Compatible with NMRA DCC standards. Made by TCS in the USA. Phone 215-453-9145 Fax 215-257-0735 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Web www.tcsdcc.com Train Control Systems P.O. Box 341 845 Blooming Glen Rd. Blooming Glen, PA 18911 TM INSTALLATION For detailed installation pictures visit our website where we maintain a constantly growing database of a wide range of locomotives and decoders. WORKSHEET INSTRUCTIONS • A blank outlined box is provided by each CV number. This is so you can preplan your decoder and have a record of your choices. • In many cases you are recording a single value such as an address, a rate, or a limit. • In some cases you are choosing more than one value such as actions, functions, or buttons. Each of these will have a value. Add the values of those you want active and enter that sum in the blank box. • The other box by the CV number is the factory set value. If it is shaded, it can be reset with Factory Reset. BASIC CONFIGURATION A B 1 C D E CV 29 0 2 4 0 0 6 Circle the values by all of the changes you want to make. 1 Reverse the direction the engine runs. 2 Use 28/128 speed step mode. 4 Enable analog ( DC ) operation. 16 Make the Loadable Speed Tables active. 32 Make the decoder address 128 or higher. Adjust the Default Value by the values you have circled. ADDRESSING Use if the address is 127 or less. 2 Digit Address 2 CV 1 Record your choice here. 3 Make sure Table 1 “E” = 32. 4 Digit Address 3 CV 17 CV 18 0 0 Your command station will assign the values of CV 17 and CV18 Record your four digit address here For more information about CV 17 and 18 visit our web entry on this topic at: http://www.tcsdcc.com/faq/four_digit_addressing.htm Consist Address If this is greater than 0, the regular address is unalterable. 4 Add 128 to reverse the loco when in consist. Some systems only! CV 19 0 Use a 2 digit address when in a consist ( Multiple units ). Decoder Lock Same address decoders need a different sub address in CV 16. To unlock a decoder, make CV 15 = 0 or CV 15 = CV 16. To lock a decoder, make CV 15 not equal to CV 16. To lock all same address decoders, make CV 15 = 7. 5 All unlocked = 0 Decoder to unlock = 1 - 6 All locked = 7 CV 15 0 CV 16 1 Mobil = 1 Sound = 2 Light Only = 3 ___ = 4 ___ = 5 ___ = 6 MOTOR CONTROL Speed Graph CV 2 0 6 CV 6 0 CV 5 0 1 volt = 18 Start Volts Mid Volts Top Volts 0 produces straight line acceleration. Set the voltage when the throttle is first applied. Set the voltage when the throttle is at midpoint. Set the voltage when the throttle is at full speed. Momentum The effect of engines starting and stopping heavy loads. CV 3 1 Acceleration Larger values add time to each speed step. CV 4 1 Deceleration Larger values add time to each speed step. 7 CV 23 0 *Acceleration Adjustment when in Consist CV 24 0 *Deceleration Adjustment when in Consist *Values above 128 increase the adjustment * Values below 128 decrease the adjustment Dither If BEMF is turned off dither can provide an alternate form of speed control. The highest frequency = 1. CV 56 3 Dither Frequency 10 CV 57 10 Dither Voltage The lowest voltage = 1. NOTE: Both CV 56 and CV 57 must be greater than 0 for Dither to be active. Back EMF, Rule 17 Dimming Options and Opposite Dim Control Even number OR 0= BEMF OFF Odd number = BEMF ON BEMF disabled =0 BEMF enabled = 1 BEMF button control= 3 Dims when stopped = 16 Opposite light is dimmed = 32 To turn on BEMF and function button control of it, put 3 into CV 61 CV 61 1 BEMF and Dimming Control BEMF+Stopped + Opposite dim = 49 13 CV 136 2 Function button control of BEMF Bits 0-7 designates buttons 5-12 CV 64 15 Dimmed Brightness ( 2 – 6 for LEDs, 12 – 18 for Bulbs ) For more information go to www.tcsdcc.com/BEMF.pdf CV 10 0 BEMF Cut Out LIGHTING CONTROL Light Function Wires CV 49 0 White Wire CV 50 16 Yellow Wire CV 51 32 Green Wire CV 52 32 Purple Wire Place the value attatined from the table by the function wire that will control it. 11 * Auto-Mars: Automatically turns Mars light on when decelerating below 36% speed. This setting also turns the Mars light on steady above 36% speed. Rule 17 must be enabled in table 11 to enable dimming options in table 13. Light Effect Constant Bright Light Random Flicker (fire box) Mars Light Flashing Light Single Pulse Strobe Double Pulse Strobe Rotary Beacon Gyra Light Rule 17 (dimmable light) Ditch Light ( Left or Right ) Ditch Light ( Other side ) Constant Dim light ( 50% ) *Auto-Mars fwd 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 rev 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 both 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 42 43 44 45 Rule 17 Dimming Control Rule 17 Dimming is turned on and off by button 4 as the default, but this value can be remapped via CV 123. See the Function Remapping guide on the literature section of www.tcsdcc.com for more info. Analog ( DC ) Power Control Turn off Black or Red wire powered functions. - 17 CV 13 255 Activate power to light functions on DC Brake on DC Activate by subtracting 4 from CV 29 in table 1. Consist Lighting Control 18 CV 22 0 Factory Reset 20 CV 8 153 Headlight Functions White and Yellow Wire = 3 Sets all CVs with a shaded value back to that value. Enter 2 to perform a Factory Reset.
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