Which Command Station protocols are you using? Please vote.

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Which Command Station Libraries are you using?

p50
47
2%
p50x
102
5%
srcp
14
1%
hsi88
54
3%
barjut
1
0%
xpressnet
167
9%
roco
49
3%
zimo
5
0%
dinamo
12
1%
slx
12
1%
virtual
77
4%
ecos
122
6%
loconet
199
10%
ddx
43
2%
opendcc
101
5%
mcs2
124
6%
clock
2
0%
sprog
35
2%
dcc232
28
1%
nce
9
0%
mttmfcc
23
1%
rmx
4
0%
massoth
27
1%
rclink
6
0%
rfid12
5
0%
tamsmc
79
4%
muet
3
0%
zimobin
5
0%
rocnet
25
1%
bidib
192
10%
cbus
36
2%
editspro
2
0%
perir
2
0%
infracar
2
0%
cti
1
0%
easydcc
2
0%
z21
161
8%
zs2
3
0%
rocomp
8
0%
rocnetnode
32
2%
esunavi
4
0%
got
2
0%
zimocan
6
0%
dccpp
47
2%
dmx4all
2
0%
dmxartnet
4
0%
dmxeurolite
0
No votes
rascii
3
0%
e4s
0
No votes
mgbox
28
1%
mbus
31
2%
 
Total votes: 1948

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Which Command Station protocols are you using? Please vote.

Post by rjversluis » 04.07.2009, 11:19

Hi,

to get an idea on which protocols are most used we like you to vote for what you are using.
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Post by dadolphs » 04.07.2009, 14:44

Hi everybody,

the new voting system provides some additional information, which might be useful for the whole community:

This poll for example shows which users are using which protocol and that allows you to get directly in touch with users using the same protocol (command station).

Happy networking,
Dirk :rr_cap:
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Post by rjversluis » 04.07.2009, 14:54

Thanks Dirk for your effort!

This is a really good new feature for the Forum.

Now all users are asked to place there votes.

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Post by RAFHAAA96 » 07.07.2009, 13:59

Hi
I vote Lenz as there is no box for Hornby Elite, seing as it uses roughly Lenz protocols.
Regards, Rob

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Post by rjversluis » 10.07.2009, 06:03

Hi,

we want to know which libraries are used.
The Lenz protocol is used for many Command Stations including Hornby Elite.

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Post by rjversluis » 11.08.2009, 12:07

Just a reminder: We want your votes! :-)
It is just a few mouse clicks..

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Post by RainerK » 11.08.2009, 19:22

The realisation of my modelrailroad begins earliest in few month with DDX and LocoNet.

Should i vote now or later ?

regards

Rainer

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Post by cwichmann » 11.08.2009, 19:38

Hi Rainer,

you can vote when ever you want and you can change your vote at every time :-)

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Post by RainerK » 12.08.2009, 06:23

vote for ddx and loconet is done

best regards, Rainer

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Post by rjversluis » 24.08.2009, 11:37

Just a reminder: We want your votes! :-)
It is just a few mouse clicks.. ;-)

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Post by schnorpser » 01.09.2009, 11:29

Hi RocRailers,

for Selectrix-User it would be fine to support command-stations like Muet MC2004 or Rautenhaus SLX852. Both command-stations provide 2 SX-Buses. These 2 SX-Buses are addressable over 1 interface (with SX-address 126). The specs of the Muet- or Rautenhaus-protokoll are available on their homepages.

What do you think about this?


BR,
SX1-Norbert

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Post by rjversluis » 01.09.2009, 12:00

schnorpser wrote: for Selectrix-User it would be fine to support command-stations like Muet MC2004 or Rautenhaus SLX852. Both command-stations provide 2 SX-Buses. These 2 SX-Buses are addressable over 1 interface (with SX-address 126). The specs of the Muet- or Rautenhaus-protokoll are available on their homepages.
Hi Norbert,

as far as I can remember was the documentation of the Rautenhaus SLX852 the guideline for implementation: slx

So I do not understand your request.

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Post by schnorpser » 01.09.2009, 12:11

rjversluis wrote: as far as I can remember was the documentation of the Rautenhaus SLX852 the guideline for implementation: slx

So I do not understand your request.
Hi Rob,

according http://wiki.rocrail.net/doku.php?id=controllers-en in RocRail is the SLX825 and not SLX852 implemented. One difference between both interfaces is that SLX825 can address only 1 SX Bus and SLX852 can address 2 SX-Buses.
For more information see:
SLX825: http://rautenhaus-digital.de/images/sto ... slx825.pdf
SLX852: http://rautenhaus-digital.de/images/sto ... slx852.pdf
One other difference is that SLX825 can be used only as interface and SLX852 as a "SX-Bus-command-station" (without track output) - that means SLX852 can generate the SX-Bus, SLX825 not.

Muet MC2004:
http://www.muet-digirail.de/pdfmgmt_dat ... eitung.pdf Chapter 9 "Computer & Co".

BR
SX1-Norbert

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Post by rjversluis » 01.09.2009, 13:37

Hi Norbert,

just put your request at launchpad.net/rocrail in the bug (wish)list.
Do not forget to add the links.

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Post by schnorpser » 01.09.2009, 14:46

rjversluis wrote:just put your request at launchpad.net/rocrail in the bug (wish)list.
Do not forget to add the links.
Okay, done :D

SX1-Norbert

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