KB600: Rule 17 Headlight Dimming

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Rule 17 refers to how a locomotive engineer operates the locomotive's headlights while running the train.

Rule 17 is part of a railroad's standardized rulebook. 

Rule 17 varies from railroad to railroad. Typically, it requires dimming the headlight when the locomotive is standing in a siding waiting to meet another train, passing through passenger stations or moving within yard limits.  

Program CV49 to 104 to set Function 0 to implement Rule 17 dimming.

 

 

 

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