First, I acknowledge that USB is no longer support with Rocrail. I understand this is because LDT does not have a USB driver for Linux but that the USB version was/should work with Windows.
Unfortunately it was a couple of years ago and I mistakenly ordered the USB version, though I run windows so I hope I should be able to get it working.
I believe I have everything configured correctly, though I get no feedback on my layout plan for occupancy - therefore I am just asking for experienced users to advise if I have left anything out.
The log file leads me to believe Rocrail is talking to the LST HSI S88. Therefore I am not sure if the problem is with my S88 bus or modules or something else.
1) I have configured the module in Rocrail properties as per attached screenshot (S88.jpg) - you can also see my configured Marklin CS2 which works
2) I added the code to the ini file as per the wiki:
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<digint iid="HSI S88" lib="hsi88" device="\\.\HsiUsb1" bps="9600" flow="cts" restricted="false" stress="false" guid="50E549EDA0A420181210093626937000" libpath="D:\Rocrail" desc="" ignorepowercmds="false" ignorepoweroffonghost="false"> <hsi88 usb="true" fbleft="4" fbmiddle="4" fbright="4" smooth="false" triggertime="100"/> </digint>
4) the required USB and Dico station drivers are installed in Windows and state they are working correctly (windows device.jpg)
5) The sensors are configured in Rocrail with the correct sequential addressing from L to M to R (Address = ( Module - 1 ) * 16 + Port ) from 1 to 192.
I have attached my plan and ini and there is also a screenshot (S88_log.jpg) showing the Rocrail log when I launch.
You can see that it says for the OHSI88fb: got init response
Can anyone assist? I have also inquired with LDT if I send them the USB version if they can exchange it for the serial but I purchased the module 2 years ago so this is unlikely.