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by degraaff
14.08.2016, 13:44
Forum: DIY Hardware
Topic: HowTo - Decoder63/OC32 in RocRail
Replies: 3
Views: 1151

Re: HowTo - Decoder63/OC32 in RocRail

Why Decoder63? - Because I already own it, - Because it allows per OC32 up to 4x63 = 252 ports instead of 16 (you need the OC32 anyway, though) - Because it is (was at least) cheaper per port (of course depending on the number you actually use ;-) ) - Because I like soldering, may be too 8) But, yes...
by degraaff
13.08.2016, 20:27
Forum: DIY Hardware
Topic: HowTo - Decoder63/OC32 in RocRail
Replies: 3
Views: 1151

Re: HowTo - Decoder63/OC32 in RocRail

As of today the HowTo (latest and greatest version 2.2) is available for download from my personal X-fer site https://www.mpxf.nl/index.php/en/menu-en/brainz4trainz I need some help, though. I can control the switches, but I do have problems addressing the signals. For switches I can just enter in t...
by degraaff
30.07.2016, 17:33
Forum: DIY Hardware
Topic: HowTo - Decoder63/OC32 in RocRail
Replies: 3
Views: 1151

HowTo - Decoder63/OC32 in RocRail

Decoder63 is an BYOD accessory decoder for basic 2-state accessories and drives 63 ports with two gates (pins) each. The decoder has originally been designed by Kees Moerman to be driven via a parallel port interface by Koploper ( Koploper Forum ), but lately also an USB interface has been made ava...
by degraaff
30.07.2016, 16:07
Forum: Introduction
Topic: And here am I: Brainz4Trainz :-D
Replies: 4
Views: 1071

And here am I: Brainz4Trainz :-D

Hello there! For years already squinting now and then to RocRail, because .... Well, because it is (also) running on Linux :-D My biggest interest? System interoperability and hardware-in-the-loop. Hence, I do not have a fixed layout, but empty modules with the most interesting thing hanging underne...

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