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Offline bygger01  
#1 Posted : 21 November 2019 10:05:30(UTC)
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The several steam locomotives in 1:1 with tender drive much slower backwards.

On a CS3+ with a MFX you can set max. speed applicable for both directions, but is there an option to set a slower max. backward speed on CS3 ?
Best regards
Jørgen St. from Herning in DK
H0 / Märklin K track / CS2 / full digital / Epoke III +/-
Offline H0  
#2 Posted : 21 November 2019 13:23:33(UTC)
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Hi!
Originally Posted by: bygger01 Go to Quoted Post
[...] but is there an option to set a slower max. backward speed on CS3?
Many decoders have such a setting. For mfx decoders you should be able to change this setting using the CS3.
See CV 66 Forward trim and CV 95 Backward trim. It should be enough to reduce the setting for CV 95.

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Tom
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Offline bygger01  
#3 Posted : 24 November 2019 17:36:18(UTC)
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Sorry

I should have written a long time ago, that on Wednesday there will be a model train friend i the house, and then we will look at the matter, and try it out.
Then there will also come some more news.
Best regards
Jørgen St. from Herning in DK
H0 / Märklin K track / CS2 / full digital / Epoke III +/-
Offline bygger01  
#4 Posted : 27 November 2019 18:08:42(UTC)
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The day in the "play" room is gone ...............

And it went not well.

My friend had tried it, before he came, and he had a good result by attacking the loc. by DCC on his CS3, and that was the way he could open CV95 and change the settings.

But my CS3 could not do this way, so it is only his steam loc's, there can run slow backwards
Best regards
Jørgen St. from Herning in DK
H0 / Märklin K track / CS2 / full digital / Epoke III +/-
Offline bygger01  
#5 Posted : 17 December 2019 15:34:58(UTC)
bygger01

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I have also asked Märklin, and here is their answer:

We have no model in our assortment, where you can change the maximum speed over CV 95. The CV 5 is the only right register to change it.


So it had to be tried in the near future, so I will come back later
Best regards
Jørgen St. from Herning in DK
H0 / Märklin K track / CS2 / full digital / Epoke III +/-
Offline H0  
#6 Posted : 17 December 2019 16:00:21(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: bygger01 Go to Quoted Post
I have also asked Märklin, and here is their answer:

We have no model in our assortment, where you can change the maximum speed over CV 95. The CV 5 is the only right register to change it.
I'm tempted to try this with a 2005 Märklin mfx loco. I'm optimistic it will work.
Maybe it will even work with a 2018 Märklin mfx loco, but I'm a bit less optimistic about that.
CV 95 is documented in the manual for the 60942 decoder and sometimes Märklin decoders work as documented.
Do not believe everything you get in response from Märklin support.

Regards
Tom
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Offline bygger01  
#7 Posted : 17 December 2019 21:59:50(UTC)
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Locking forward to hear more news ..........
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Jørgen St. from Herning in DK
H0 / Märklin K track / CS2 / full digital / Epoke III +/-
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