Operating Locomotives and Turnouts on the layout Programming decoders on a programming track or in ops mode Getting Feedback from the layout the state of turnouts, ops-mode feedback, etc. The XpressNet protocol allows the DCC manufacturers that use it to select what functionality they wish to provide in their command stations. Roco calls their XpressNet implementation “RocoNet”. You cannot program decoders from a computer with the Commander. This device does not require an XpressNet connection. This device should be configured as an LIF device with the port speed set to 19, bps.
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We should be able to use this to connect using one of the supported XpressNet computer interfaces, but the limitations of this port have not been determined.
JMRI Hardware Support – XpressNet
This includes the LI-Server, which may be running in the background. Operating Locomotives and Turnouts on the layout Programming decoders on a programming track or in ops mode Lenz li-usb Feedback from the layout the state of turnouts, ops-mode feedback, etc.
Additional information on lenz li-usbtrademarks and licenses is linked here. For programming in service mode, the LocoMaus 2 appears to only be able to write to CV’s. The LocoMaus 2 does not support feedback.
The Compact lenz li-usb the same device as the Atlas Commander, and has the same restrictions as the commander. If you lenz li-usb installed the Lenz software, make sure none of it is running. The unit features a built in USB port, li-ush it is unknown at this time how we can utilize it.
The Roco MultiMaus Roco Part number has been shown penz support operating equipment on a layout running trains and throwing switches and programming locomotives in both service and operations mode.
System specific limitations are also expressed in the Limitations section of each system below. You can’t program decoders from a computer with Set Roco calls their XpressNet implementation “RocoNet”.
Lenz USA – Li-USB-Ethernet
The BlackBox only does programming, and cannot operate either locomotives or accessory decoders turnouts on the layout. In general, the features that JMRI cares about can be grouped into three areas: You cannot program decoders from a computer using the XPA, regardless oi-usb which system you have.
Lenz We have a pretty good handle on what instructions each Lenz Command station should support. We may add XBus Version 1. Lenz li-usb LH is the command station used in the Set This device should be configured as an LIF device with the port speed set to 19, bps. These ports can be used to connect one of the supported XpressNet computer interfaces, but it is unknown at lenzz lenz li-usb what, if any, limitations lenz li-usb when using this connection. The Elite can be used for operating equipment on a layout running trains and throwing switches and for programming from JMRI.
The device drivers for Windows are included on the Li-uusb that comes with the device and from the Hornby Website. We have a pretty good handle on lenz li-usb instructions li-ysb Lenz Command station should support.
If you have either ZTC system lenz li-usb wish to add computer control to your layout, an XPA and Hayes Compatible Modem may be a more cost effective solution than one lenz li-usb the purpose built interfaces. The BlackBox li-ksb a standalone decoder programmer.
XpressNet is a Command Bus developed by Lenz and used by: The Atlas Commander provides support only for operation of equipment on a layout running trains and throwing switches from JMRI.
Thanks and congratulations to all who contributed! This functionality ranges from “supports all features” to “bare bones minimal”.
The following table tries to show which systems support these three feature groups. The LZ is the command station used in the Set The Roco LocoMaus 2 Roco Part number has been shown to support operating equipment on a layout running trains and throwing switches as well as programming locomotives on the programming track.
The XpressNet protocol allows the Lenz li-usb manufacturers that use it to lenz li-usb what functionality they wish to provide in their command stations. This system uses the Lenz XpressNet Phone Adapter and a Hayes Compatible modem to provide control of locomotives and stationary decoders.