ZS90AB CLASS 90 SOUND FILE ACTIVEDRIVE BACHMANN

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ZS90AB CLASS 90 SOUND FILE ACTIVEDRIVE BACHMANN

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CLASS 90 FILE

Sound Decoder Function Key

 

ZS90AB  Bachmann Class 90 Electric Locomotives by Tony Molyneux        

 

 

 

F0 Lights whites and red directional.

F1 Sound on/off, Pantograph up and down                                 

F2 Brake key see below

F3 Horn                                               

F4 Horn

F5 Directional Cablights      

F6 Day or Night lights selection                           

F7 1 End lighting off                                              

F8 2  End lighting off

F9 Flange squeal

F10 Carriage noise 1

F11 Carriage noise 2

F12 Spirax popping

F13 Compressor loop

F14 Door slam

F15 Toot

F16 Coupler pipes

 

CV4 set high for coasting and use F2 for brakes to slow the loco. Alternatively reduce the value in CV4 for a more model that slows on the throttle on the conventional manner.

 

Zimo commonly used CV chart.

                                                        

CV

Designation

Range

Default

Description

1

Short Address

1 - 127

3

Active when Bit 5 in CV29 = 0

 

2

 

Start Volts

 

1 - 252

 

1

Value at speed step 1.  Only applies if Bit 4 of CV29 = 0 otherwise the individual speed table is active.

 

 

3

 

Acceleration

 

0 - 255

 

40

Multiplied by 0.9 equals time in seconds from stop to full speed.

Influenced by sound project.

 

 

4

 

Braking

 

0 - 255

 

100

Multiplied by 0.9 equals time in seconds from full speed to stop.

Influenced by sound project.

 

 

5

 

Top Volts

 

0 - 252

 

1

Level applied to the highest speed step in use.  Value 0 and 1 = max.  Bit 4 in CV # 29 has to be 0 or the individual speed table is active.

 

 

 

6

 

 

 

Mid Volts

1

A useful value for CV 6 is ¼ to ½ of the value in CV5

1

Default = about 1/3 of top speed

 

Entered value = internal speed step  assigned to the cab’s centre speed step (=step 7,14 or 63 according to the number of speed steps selected: 14, 28 or 128)

Bit 4 in CV # 29 has to be 0 or the individual speed table is active

 

8

Manufacturer ID

and factory reset

 

Read Only

145

= ZIMO

Setting CV 8 to a value of 8 or 0 will return all CVs to the manufacturer’s default settings.  Address = 3

17 & 18

 

Long Address

 

128 - 10239

 

0

The long 5-digit primary address (greater than 127). This address is only active when Bit 5 in CV 29 is on. Otherwise the address entered in CV 1 is active (127 or lower).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

29

 

 

Basic Configuration

 

 

CV #29 is calculated by adding the value of the individual bits that are to be “ON”:

 

Values added together to turn Bits “ON”:

 

Bit 0: 1

Bit 1: 2

Bit 2: 4

Bit 3: 8

Bit 4: 16

Bit 5: 32

Bit 6: not used

Bit 7: not used

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0 - 63

 

 

14

 

This means that bits 1,2 and 3 are turned on.  The loco runs on 28/128 speed steps, DC enabled and RailCom active.

Bit 0 - Train direction:

  off = normal,             on = reversed

 

Bit 1 - Number of speed steps:

     off = 14,                     on = 28

Note: 128 speed steps are always active if corresponding DCC packets are received!

 

Bit 2 - DC operation (analog): *)

  off = disabled             on = enabled

 

Bit 3 - RailCom („bidirectional communication“)

off = deactivated         on = activated

 

Bit 4 - Individual speed table:

nff = CVs # 2, 5 and 6 are active.

on = individual speed table is used as set in CVs  67 – 94.

 

Bit 5 - Decoder address:

off = short address as per CV  1

on = long address as per CV 17+18

 

266

 

Volume

 

0 -255

 

65

The recommended range for use without distortion is 0 – 65.  Settings above 65 are available subject to experimentation.

 

267

Chuff Frequency with virtual sensor for steam sound.

 

0 - 255

 

70

Active if CV268 value = 0 (Default)

Sets the duration between chuffs; lower settings = more chuffs.

286

overrun sound volume for clank

 

0 - 255

50

Higher the number louder the clank

 

Warnings

Fit 21 pin decoders yellow component side upwards

Do not leave wires connections bare if modifying wiring to fit your installation requirements. Always use heatshrink insulation. Bare wires kill decoders.

Stay alive capacitor wires blue and grey. Blue to blue or black +ve (unmarked) side of cap and grey to grey –ve (marked -) side. Then insulate with heatshrink. Wrong way round will blow capacitor!

Speaker wires not polarity sensitive but ensure well insulated as short circuits on speaker output will blow amplifier and this is not covered on the warranty as it isn’t a manufacturing defect but considered as mishandling.

 Please be sure you are confident working in your locomotives and have the necessary skills to fit the decoders. If not seek the services of a professional.

 

Troubeshooter

If decoder appears faulty at any time carry out a project reset setting CV8 to 8. This will restore your decoder to as shipped condition. It will also reset address to 3 again, original sounds will not be lost.

Delivery & Returns

Delivery & Returns

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