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Connect up the as shown below: Facebook Pinterest Lyb Link. The only conclusion i can come to now is that my doesnt work any more. I presume i should be able to read? Many thanks for all your replies. Towards the rear of the manual you should find CVs for the various flashing and steady light modes. With and without motors, train on a track, etc, but still same message. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.

I’ve had my LGB stuff a long time but with kids and everything have only started to permanently install it in the garden and managed to program the decoders in the summer with the same laptop windowsstandard com port no usb and the standard lbb software.

Is your compatible with your version of windows – check the instructions. I don’t use a computer and had no problem producing steady current for lighting or flashing lights. I played around with my switch decoder with a universal remote controller using the supplied insert module for programming cvs into whatever and by changing the CVs in the to the assigned channel, or whatever.


LGB 55045 User Manual

I am trying to program my switch decoder with the lgb software and interface. What COM port are you using. I must have managed this somehow in the summer as i have two boxes, both on different address ranges.

Are you sure that the computer is talking to the ? The software recognises the device, but will not program it. I have LGB Central station with the basic controller. Any one got any ideas what i am doing wrong? Resources Latest reviews Search resources. The same pc and software drive the fine and works the points, etc. Search Everywhere Threads This forum This thread. Hi Darren, what command station do you have? I have tried every wiring combination possible now. From memory I think you need to attach at least one point motor to give it some “load”.

I do this so infrequently i thought it was me. I thought it was me doing something stupid. You must log in or register to reply here. Calendar Monthly Weekly Agenda Archive. Have you read the instruction file loaded to your PC when you installed the software.

Well, if its all working as far as running trains is concerned, I suggest you find a local DCC’er to just set the address for you. Darren Lalonde Registered 18 Dec By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies. As the Meercat says “Simples”. The pc thinks it is doing something and spins round the 4 addresses, but doesnt actually write anything.


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I just dont seem to be able to program any more. I keep getting “Maximum Input Current Exceeded” and will not read eprom values. Hook the two together without going anywhere near a computer. Media New media New comments Search media.

For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser pgb proceeding. Darren Lalonde Registered 17 Dec Is a switch motor connected to terminals A Do you need to unlock the switch decoder by changing a CV value – check your instructions. Are you connecting the directly to thecomputer and points module with no other bits, track, locos, splitter units etc.

If then try again it cant contact the I just wanted to turn one into an on off rather than a point motor.

I’ve just tried reading the valued from a loco and the pc isn’t seeing reading these either. What software are you using? Lets start from the beginning. Everywhere Threads This forum This thread.

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