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Operation

F0

Headlight/Backup Light/Dynamo

F1

Bell

F2

Whistle

F3

Short Whistle

F4

Steam Release

F5

FX5 Output

F6

FX6 Output

F7

Dimmer

F8

Mute the Sound

F9

Water Stop

F10

Injectors

F11

Brake Squeal/Release

F12

Coupler Clank

Direction Button

Johnson Bar

Throttle

Exhaust Chuff, Snifter Valve

Using Your Tsunami Digital Sound Decoder

Your SoundTraxx Tsunami has been shipped with all CVs pre-programmed so you can begin using your locomotive immediately without having to worry about what adjustments to make. Function Assignments are as follows:

Steam Decoders Function Key

Effect

While these are the default settings, you may wish to make changes to the function mapping later. For now, simply set your controller to Locomotive 3, place the locomotive on the mainline and away you go! Now that you have control of your decoder, let’s see what happens!

Turn on the Lights

Press F0 on your cab to turn on the Headlight. As you turn on the headlight, the dynamo will ‘spool up’ in an accelerating whine until it reaches full power, when it will sound more like a soft buzz – can’t have lights without turning on the generator now can you? Reverse locomotive direction and the headlight turns off as the backup light turns on.

If you have wired your Tsunami decoder for Functions 5 and/or 6, pressing these keys will activate these effects. While waiting on a siding, you can press F7 to dim the headlight for an oncoming train.

Ring the Bell

Engineers are required to ring the bell during yard movement. To ring the bell, press F1 on your cab. This is an on/off function, i.e. once on, the bell will continue to ring until you turn it off. Press F1 again to turn it off.

Tsunami Steam Sound User’s Guide

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