DCC encoder

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nigelwright7557
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DCC encoder

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I designed my own DCC encoder controller.
It controls loco's 1-9999.
You can change CV's and functions.
It controls accessories too.

Was it easy ? not at all. Had to dig up NMRA spec's and try to interpret them.
Some parts werent bad but others took a bit of figuring out.
I have coded for 40 years so that part wasnt too bad.

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well done, it's something I couldn't do.

have you sold many?
It became annoying! :D
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All credit to you. Wouldn't know where to start ;)
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