KB266: DB150 Option Switch Table

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Option switches are used to change the operation of the DB150.

Option Switch #

Effect on system when Option Switch “c” closed

Default

OpSw 02

Booster Only override

t

OpSw 03

DB150’s booster is auto reversing

t

OpSw 05

Default closed for command station –DO NOT CHANGE-

c

OpSw 13

Loco purge time extended from 200 seconds to 600 seconds

t

OpSw 14

Loco purging is disabled

t

OpSw 15

Purging will force loco to Stop or 0 speed

t

OpSw 17

Automatic advanced decoder assisted [FX] consists are disabled

c

OpSw 18

Extend the DB150 booster short circuit shutdown time from 1/8th to ½ second

t

OpSw 20

Disable address 00 or analog stretching for conventional locomotives. Always “c” for German DB150’s

t

OpSw 21

OpSw 21-23 set the global system default type for “NEW” loco selections.

Set Sw 21/22/23 As follows:

t-t-t 128 step mode (factory default)

t-t-c 14 step mode

t-c-t 28 step mode

c-t-t 128 step FX

c-c-t 28 step FX

t

OpSw 22

t

OpSw 23

t

OpSw 25

-DO NOT CHANGE-

c

OpSw 27

Disable normal switch commands, a.k.a. the “Bushby bit”

Allows attached PC to perform switch control logic

t

OpSw 33

Allow track power to restore to prior state at power on

c

OpSw 34

Allow track to power up to run state, if was run prior to power down

c

OpSw 36

Reset/ clear/ erase all mobile decoder information & consists

t

OpSw 38

Erase/clear the loco roster

t

OpSw 39

Clear all internal memory states, including sections. OpSw 36/37/38 clears

t

OpSw 41

Diagnostic click when valid LocoNet commands incoming (useful for debug)

t

OpSw 42

Disable 3 beeps on purging a loco

t

OpSw 43

Disable LocoNet update of command station’s track status

t

OpSw 49

No beep when DB150 sends program command

t

OpSw 50

Longer booster short circuit recovery time

t

OpSw 51

Do not allow EXT voltage RESTART (with 2nd booster wired in parallel)

t

 








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