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Basic Programming

Example 2, LED Firebox Flicker In this example, we will configure the FX5 and FX6 outputs for a firebox flicker effect using LEDs.

1.

2. 3.

We first look up the initial CV value in Table G for a Firebox Flicker under the column labeled ‘Crossing Logic Off’ and find it is 13 for Phase A and 29 for Phase B. Since we are setting up two lights, the overall effect will be enhanced if one LED flickers differently from the other. So for FX5 we use the Phase A value, 13, and for FX6 we use the Phase B value, 29. Since we are not using Rule 17, we skip to Step 3. Since we are using LEDs, we add 128 to the values found in Step 1 and

get:

FX5 = 13 + 128 = 141

FX6 = 29 + 128 = 157

4.

CV 51 (FX5 configuration) is programmed with the value found in Step 3 or 141. CV 52 (FX6 configuration) is likewise programmed with 157.

Phase A

Phase B

Phase A

Phase B

On-off

0

16

32

48

Dimmable

1

17

33

49

Mars Light

2

18

34

50

Gyralite

3

19

35

51

Oscillating Headlight

4

20

36

52

Single Flash Strobe

5

21

37

53

Double Flash Strobe

6

22

38

54

D312 Rotary Beacon

7

23

39

55

Prime Stratolite

8

24

40

56

Type I Ditch Light

9

25

41

57

Type II Ditch Light

10

26

42

58

FRED

11

27

43

59

Exhaust Flicker

12

28

44

60

Firebox Flicker

13

29

45

61

Smart Firebox Flicker

14

30

46

62

Dyno-Light

15

31

47

63

Table G. Hyperlight Control Mode Settings

Effect Type

CV Value

Crossing Logic Off

Crossing Logic On

Tsunami Steam Sound User’s Guide

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