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    To end the automatic session auto mode is switched off once the loco is standing in a block. A workspace contains a configuration file for the Rocrail server and a plan file.

    In the first for instance the configuration of the command station and the auto mode settings are stored, the latter contains all objects managed by Rocrail, e.

    In order to use an own plan instead of the demo plan, a new workspace is created: Rocview is re- started, then from the File menu Open workspace… is selected.

    A new dialogue window will open whose appearance and functions are depending on the relevant operating system. With the help of this dialogue the folder Rocrail is chosen.

    In most cases may depend on operating system and user rights the contents of the folder should automatically be shown.

    The correct folder contains at least these three sub-folders: If the folder does not automatically open, it is found in the user folder, i.

    With the help of this dialogue a new sub-folder is created alongside those mentioned above. This new folder is renamed as appropriate, e.

    The newly created and renamed folder is then entered double click on it or the like to show its contents. Rocview automatically writes the necessary files with default values into the new folder.

    In the background the Rocrail server is started to which Rocview automatically connects. The window title now reads Rocrail: For instance My Layout could be used.

    The window title changes to the new name, e. The command station CS and the computer have to be connected as described in the manual of the CS.

    Contact the manufacturer of the CS in case of any doubts and read the Rocrail Wiki page on the relevant Command Station. Open Rocrail properties… from the File menu if the option is not available the own workspace has to be opened beforehand in order to establish the connection to the Rocrail server:.

    The Controller tab is selected, then the virtual CS vcs-1 - virtual is highlighted and subsequently deleted by pressing Delete:. The desired CS is chosen from the drop-down menu New and added by pressing Add.

    The new CS is highlighted and configured after pressing Properties. The CS has to be configured following the instructions for this CS found on the wiki.

    The command station has to be started up according to its manual. Then Rocview is started and the workspace has to be opened. Once Rocview and the server are running track power can be switched on and off using the or symbol of Rocview.

    It should be verified the command station is responding to the command. Mostly this can be done by watching the track power indicator of the command station.

    In order to control a locomotive via Rocrail the locomotive has to be created in a first step. From the Tables menu Locomotives is chosen causing the following window to open: Now the button New is pressed.

    A locomotive with the name NEW has been created. Other options do not have to be considered at the moment. They are explained on page Locomotives: All other fields are optional and do not need any change for the time being.

    General for an explanation. The address is entered here. This entry is very important as Rocrail is able to control locos with a valid address only.

    The ID of the command station controlling the locomotive. As generally only one command station is used this field usually remains blank. Some command stations Selectrix, … allow for separated buses for locomotives and accessories, respectively.

    In case of such a separation the bus used for locomotives has to be entered. Generally this field remains to the default value 0 zero.

    This field remains unchanged generally. The number of speed steps the decoder supports or is set up to. Values of 14, 28 and are most commonly used.

    These settings are not required for basic operation and should not be altered at the moment. See Options for details. See Acceleration for details.

    If Percent is activated default all velocities left column! The cruise speed Rocrail uses under certain conditions in auto mode. If a value other than 0 zero is entered this speed will be used.

    The maximum velocity of the locomotive. These options are commonly used for locomotives featuring different maximum velocities for forwards and backwards driving, respectively.

    As no further settings on the remaining tabs are necessary for basic operation, creating of the locomotive is completed by pressing Apply. If the General tab is selected again the new loco is now listed with its correct name.

    If required, further locomotives can be created following the above steps. To control a loco the respective row on the panel is highlighted by clicking on it.

    The functions can be controlled by the buttons F0 to F4. If four or less functions are defined the FG buttons show no effect. Alternatively, a loco can be controlled via a throttle window.

    A throttle is opened by clicking on the or symbol on the symbol bar or by double clicking the loco in the loco panel. The title bar of the throttle window shows the ID of the controlled loco.

    In case another loco should be controlled, a single click on the image above F1 opens a new window Mobile selection. The loco to be controlled is chosen from list, then the image is clicked again.

    A throttle window allows for direct access to the functions F0 to F Further functions, if any, are visible after pressing FG.

    The track-plan of Rocrail is used for visualisation and graphical switching of, for example, switches and signals.

    Loco speed commands and automatic control of the layout can, however, take place even without a track-plan via the connection of blocks through routes.

    The track-plan is not to scale and thus can and should be abstracted or symbolic. A new track plan was already added automatically when the workspace was created.

    The plan has the title Level 0. The title can be changed as needed, for instance to Main Line or the name of a location. In order to be able to edit the plan Edit Panel from the Track Plan menu has to be activated.

    The dialogue can be closed at any time if it is not needed and be reopened from the Track plan menu Add item…. It is used for adding items to the plan:.

    Using the above dialogue, at first, from the left column an appropriate object type track, switch, signal etc. Then the desired item is clicked with the left mouse button and while the mouse button is kept pressed the item is dragged to the desired position and then dropped by releasing the mouse button.

    If the newly placed item does not have the wanted orientation it can be rotated see below. As an alternative, adding items can also be done by means of the context menu: The right mouse button is clicked while the pointer is at the position where the new element should be placed.

    The desired item is then chosen from the menu. Every item can be rotated once it was placed on the plan. A newly placed item is active by default.

    Other elemenst have to be left clicked first in order to set them activate only one at a time. As an alternative, rotating items can also be performed by means of the context menu: This action has to be repeated until the item has the desired orientation.

    Items can be moved by clicking them and holding the left mouse button. With the left mouse button still pressed the item can be moved to the desired position and placed there by releasing the button.

    The experienced user may also move several objects at once or even an area of the track plan as described on page Select. The item is selected by clicking it with the right mouse button and choosing select from the menu.

    In the dialogue copy is activated and the dialogue is closed by pressing OK. The copied item is placed right above the original one and thus has to be moved in order to see both the original and the copy.

    Items are removed from the track-plan by clicking them with the right mouse button and choosing Delete from the menu. The elements described in this chapter are necessary for basic train operations.

    With tracks, switches and signals trains can be operated manually already. In this tutorial a small layout in the style of the demo layout is designed as an example.

    The small example should start with a curved track in top left corner: In the left column of the Add item dialogue see chapter 5. Step 1 in figures below.

    Now 12 straight tracks should be added right from the curved track. The first track is placed as explained above Step 3. As the last used element was a straight horizontal track, the remaining 11 tracks can be added by simply clicking with the left mouse button Step 4.

    Thereafter three straight tracks are plotted below the curve Step 5. Each of those three tracks has to be rotated as shown above Step 6. Below these tracks a curved track is added as described in step 2 Step 7.

    This track has to be rotated, too Step 8. With this knowledge base the track circle can be completed now by adding further straight and curved tracks Step 9.

    As a small exercise each central vertical straight track should now be removed. Clicking on the element with the right button, then choosing Delete from the menu is the only action to be performed Step The gaps should be closed with direction tracks displaying the wanted driving direction of the trains.

    The tracks have to be rotated accordingly. The plan of an oval-shaped track circle has been created and finished with the last step. It will be the basis for the extensions following in the next paragraphs.

    After the oval shaped track was created in the last paragraph it is now extended with a parallel track and the required switches.

    At first two tracks are deleted from the track plan and a parallel track is drawn as shown in the figure below Step The left gap is filled with a right switch which is selected from the Add item dialogue: At first, from the left column Switch has to be selected and in a second step the right switch see screenshot in chapter 5.

    The following dialogue asks for the ID of the switch which in this example is to be Sw01 Step In the same way the right gap is filled with a Left Switch named Sw In addition two curves have to be added and rotated to the correct positions.

    This will complete the extended demo plan for the moment Step Two switches have been added in the last paragraph. To be able to operate them, they have to be configured as a next step.

    A right click on the left switch Sw01 opens the context menu from which Properties is chosen. The following dialogue opens:. Since the ID is already set nothing has to be changed on this tab for the time being.

    Pressing Help opens the wiki page describing all options. The Position tab is skipped and tab Interface is selected:. The name of the CS see chapter 2.

    With CS featuring more than one bus e. Selectrix the correct bus controlling accessories has to be specified here. With some CS the protocol used has to be chosen from the drop-down list.

    These two fields contain the most important information necessary to control a switch. The address of the decoder and the output port of the decoder the switch is connected to have to be entered in these fields.

    In the example switch Sw01 will get the switch address 1 see figure above. In case the position of the switch does not match the position displayed in Rocview the box Invert can be checked.

    In most cases no further action in required to set up a switch. Further information is available from the wiki by pressing Help. The configuration of the first switch is thus completed and can be confirmed by pressing Apply.

    After selecting tab Index both switches are listed. Switch Sw02 is highlighted as shown below, afterwards again the tab Interface is selected.

    After finishing the set-up of the second switch the changes are confirmed by pressing Apply and subsequently the dialogue is closed by pressing OK.

    To test switches the CS has to be powered up and the track power has to be switched on. With a click on each switch symbol on the plan displayed in Rocview the position of the switches change.

    The position of a switch on the track plan must match the position of the respective switch on the layout. If the positions do not match the Invert option of the respective switch has to be checked or unchecked see above chapter.

    If the switches on the layout do not switch positions at all it should be checked whether the track power has been turned on and if the CS can be controlled trough Rocview.

    If the switches can be controlled via the CS directly but not using Rocrail the address es and possibly Interface IDs and Protocols have to be checked again.

    If the configuration of the switches was successful on the small layout trains can be driven and directed using the switches.

    To achieve a more realistic train operation signals are added in the next chapter. Signals generally are very important in railroading, but for the operation with Rocrail they are not required.

    Therefore, is not mandatory to set them up and they can also be supplemented at a later time. If no signals are desired, this part of the manual can be skipped continue chapter 7.

    In this chapter the example layout of Step 14 in the previous chapter is extended by three signals. From the menu Track plan the option Edit panel has to be activated again, if applicable.

    Afterwards three tracks are deleted from the plan as depicted in the figure below Step Right clicking on the upper gap in the track circle opens the context menu from which Signal is chosen.

    A dialogue opens asking for the Signal ID. The signal shall receive the ID S The gap below is now filled with a signal named S02 and the remaining gap is closed by adding signal S The signals should be rotated to fit the driving direction as shown below Step Like the switches, signals have to be configured prior to use.

    In a first step the signal on the top right position is right clicked and Properties is chosen from the menu.

    No changes are necessary on the General tab for the time being. In the example it is assumed that a simple two-aspects semaphore signal driven by magnetic coils is used.

    This type of signal is usually connected to the same type of decoder as used for switches. Now tab Details is selected. The Signal type is set to Semaphore signal and Aspects is set to 2 as shown in the figure below.

    All other options remain unchanged and the Interface tab is selected. Interface ID and Bus are configured in the same way as described for switches.

    The Protocol is chosen according to the decoder in use. The address of the signal is set to 3 addresses 1 and 2 on the example layout are already used by the two switches.

    Addressing is carried out for output RED setting the decoder address to 1 and the Port to 3. Alternatively, PADA can be used: In addition, the option Switch is activated assuming the signal is connected to a simple decoder used for switches.

    Often - if the signal aspects are interchanged - option Invert has to be activated, too. Finally the changes are confirmed by pressing Apply and the Index tab is selected.

    The index is showing all three signals available. The second signal could be configured in the same way as the first one.

    However, as an exercise, signal S02 should be configured using patterns. On tab Details the signal is again configured as a two aspects semaphore signal.

    The pattern is set according to the figure above. Next tab Interface is selected and the signal address 4 is entered as shown in the figure or, alternatively, in PADA notation.

    Finally use patterns has to be activated. After pressing Apply tab Index is selected, signal S03 is highlighted and again tab Details selected.

    The third signal is to be a three aspects semaphore signal. Therefore on tab Details only Semaphore Signal has to be selected.

    After selecting tab Interface the address is entered: The signal in this example will receive the addresses 5 and 6. In the figure below they have been entered in PADA notation.

    Alternatively S03 could be configured using patterns as well. These alternative settings are shown in the figures below. If all settings are correct Apply is pressed to confirm the changes and the dialogue is closed by pressing OK.

    The symbolic representations of the signals on the track plan have changed due to the settings made before: Signals S01 and S02 are shown as two-aspects signals while S03 is showing three aspects Step The configuration of the signals is completed and thereby all elements for the manual mode are readily configured.

    The sample layout therefore allows driving of two alternating trains leaving it to the user to control signals and switches and to stop the trains in time.

    The elements missing for automatic operation are added successively in the next chapter. With the present sample plan manual operation is possible while some essential elements for Automatic Mode are still missing.

    This chapter will explain how to add and configure the plan elements necessary in Automatic Mode. Blocks, in plain language, are controlled sections where trains can stop.

    Blocks usually consist of sensor sections or sensor contacts informing the software about the occupancy state, tracks and signals.

    Rocrail uses a special block symbol to mark a block. The symbol, in addition, can show different states of the respective block, e.

    The block symbols, however, do not represent the physical length of a block. Where blocks should be placed on the layout first of all depends on where trains should stop.

    On the sample layout this is apparent from the position of the signals already placed. The track plan is modified by removing three times four tracks as shown in the figure below Step The first block is placed by right clicking the topmost gap in the plan and selecting Block from the context menu.

    A dialogue asking for the Block-ID will open. The ID should be 01 for the first block. The dialogue is closed by pressing OK.

    If applicable, the block symbol can be positioned to fit into the gap. In the same manner the gap below of block 01 is filled with block 02 and block 03 in placed to fit into the remaining gap Step Blocks do not need any complex configuration at the moment.

    All details are described on page Blocks and its sub-pages. Signals, however, can be associated with the blocks now: Block 01 is right clicked and Properties is selected from the context menu.

    In the opening dialogue tab Signals is selected. Because the signal of block 01 is located at the - side of the block signal S01 is selected from the drop-down field Signal in section Minus - side signals.

    The changes are saved by pressing apply. In the same way block 02 is configured: From tab Index block 02 is selected, subsequently on tab Signals signal S02 is selected from the drop-down menu under Minus - side signals.

    The changes are saved by pressing apply and from tab Index block 03 is selected. Again on tab Signals signal S03 is associated with the block. Finally the last changes are saved by again pressing apply and the dialogue is closed with OK.

    All blocks will be equipped with two sensors each. These sensors have the functions enter and in , respectively. Two sensors per block represent the standard configuration of Rocrail: One sensor at the beginning of a block enter telling Rocrail the train has arrived the block and one sensor at the end of the block in telling Rocrail the train has completely moved into the block.

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    Views Read Edit View history. Languages Deutsch Edit links. This page was last edited on 28 March , at A mixed operation, i. With Rocrail different applications for a model train control can be met: On a layout multiple instances of these user interfaces can be deployed, at the same time.

    The displays are automatically synchronized between all user interfaces. In addition, commercially available or homemade hand controllers can also be used.

    The user interface is available in many Languages: List of supported languages. Internet of Things Rocrail is IoT ready, and can be integrated.

    Are you new to Rocrail? This guide shows the first basic steps and contexts for a successful start with Rocrail.

    Rocrail - First steps. Besides the usual model railway control features, Rocrail also includes a number of special characteristics: A user manual with a complete up-to-date description of all the functionality in Rocrail.

    Rocrail continually develops thanks to a vibrant community, with a direct dialogue between developers and users in the forum, but also in personal meetings.

    The whole team hopes that all users have fun and joy with the software. The entire Rocrail team is looking forward to any form of active and constructive participation in the project.

    We are always interested in the opinion of users and welcome your feedback in Rocrail-Forum. The name "Rocrail" and the associated logo is our trademark.

    On a layout multiple instances of these user interfaces can be deployed, at the same time. The displays are automatically synchronized between all user interfaces.

    In addition, commercially available or homemade hand controllers can also be used. The user interface is available in many Languages: List of supported languages.

    Internet of Things Rocrail is IoT ready, and can be integrated. Are you new to Rocrail? This guide shows the first basic steps and contexts for a successful start with Rocrail.

    Rocrail - First steps. Besides the usual model railway control features, Rocrail also includes a number of special characteristics: A user manual with a complete up-to-date description of all the functionality in Rocrail.

    Rocrail continually develops thanks to a vibrant community, with a direct dialogue between developers and users in the forum, but also in personal meetings.

    The whole team hopes that all users have fun and joy with the software. The entire Rocrail team is looking forward to any form of active and constructive participation in the project.

    We are always interested in the opinion of users and welcome your feedback in Rocrail-Forum. The name "Rocrail" and the associated logo is our trademark.

    Both are officially registered in Germany and the Benelux countries. Commercial usage recommends a Support Key.

    It appears only at the very first start of Rocrail. The terms and conditions have to be accepted and confirmed in order to use the program.

    The dialogue on the right is the Donation Dialogue. It will appear every time Rocview is started as long as no donation key was loaded.

    The window is closed by pressing OK. After closing the Donation Dialogue Rocview shows the user interface in English language setting.

    The language can be changed by choosing Language from the View menu and the desired language as shown on the picture below. Rocview has to be closed and restarted again, so the changes can take effect.

    A fresh, empty Rocview looks like this:. In order to get an impression on how Rocview looks like with a plan loaded the demo workspace is opened from the File menu.

    The server window must not be closed during the whole session because the server is the component of Rocrail communicating with the command station.

    Again, do not attempt to close the server window! In the standard configuration Rocrail uses the Virtual Command Station.

    A track-plan with two locomotives, E03 and V, should appear as shown in the figure below. This virtual layout does not need any connection to a command station or a layout.

    The next chapter will explain how to work with the demo-plan. The demo-plan is consisting of four blocks, eight sensors green circles , two switches points and the connecting tracks.

    The direction tracks green arrows are for the orientation of the user only. Switches can be switched by clicking on their symbol. The sensors can be activated by clicking them.

    They are deactivated by a second click. On the demo layout each block is equipped with two sensors. Each time the first one, lying in front of the block symbol seen in driving direction is the enter sensor, the second one is called in.

    The enter sensor informs Rocrail that a locomotive has entered the block, the in sensor is the signal that the loco has now completely moved into the block.

    It will be explained later on that blocks can also be equipped with only one sensor or with additional sensors. Now the loco can virtually drive around the layout.

    It should be made sure that no sensors are activated. Next the track power or and auto mode or are switched on. Loco E03, already present in block 04 Step 1, see figures below , is started by double clicking on the block symbol of block Now block 01 is marked as destination block and its colour changes to yellow Step 2.

    With a click on the sensor symbol in front of the destination block seen in driving direction the enter sensor of block 01 is virtually triggered.

    Block 01 now has changed to blue showing the loco has entered it. At the same time the route to block 03 and block 03 itself have been reserved as the loco can pass block 01 without stop Step 3.

    The loco still continues to drive towards the end of the block where the in sensor is placed. To simulate this event the next sensor has to be activated: The block colour changes to red showing the block is now occupied.

    Block 04 lost its occupied state and appears in white Step 4. The sensors now should be deactivated again. In the example E03 continues to block 03 which was a random choice between blocks 02 and The switch is always set according to the destination block.

    In block 03 or 02 if this was chosen the enter and in sensors have to be activated one after another Steps 5 and 6.

    After a short stop the loco continues its journey back to block The switch, again, is set to its correct position automatically. In this way the locomotive can, on the virtual layout, be driven around in a circle.

    To end the automatic session auto mode is switched off once the loco is standing in a block. A workspace contains a configuration file for the Rocrail server and a plan file.

    In the first for instance the configuration of the command station and the auto mode settings are stored, the latter contains all objects managed by Rocrail, e.

    In order to use an own plan instead of the demo plan, a new workspace is created: Rocview is re- started, then from the File menu Open workspace… is selected.

    A new dialogue window will open whose appearance and functions are depending on the relevant operating system.

    With the help of this dialogue the folder Rocrail is chosen. In most cases may depend on operating system and user rights the contents of the folder should automatically be shown.

    The correct folder contains at least these three sub-folders: If the folder does not automatically open, it is found in the user folder, i. With the help of this dialogue a new sub-folder is created alongside those mentioned above.

    This new folder is renamed as appropriate, e. The newly created and renamed folder is then entered double click on it or the like to show its contents.

    Rocview automatically writes the necessary files with default values into the new folder. In the background the Rocrail server is started to which Rocview automatically connects.

    The window title now reads Rocrail: For instance My Layout could be used. The window title changes to the new name, e.

    The command station CS and the computer have to be connected as described in the manual of the CS. Contact the manufacturer of the CS in case of any doubts and read the Rocrail Wiki page on the relevant Command Station.

    Open Rocrail properties… from the File menu if the option is not available the own workspace has to be opened beforehand in order to establish the connection to the Rocrail server:.

    The Controller tab is selected, then the virtual CS vcs-1 - virtual is highlighted and subsequently deleted by pressing Delete:.

    The desired CS is chosen from the drop-down menu New and added by pressing Add. The new CS is highlighted and configured after pressing Properties.

    The CS has to be configured following the instructions for this CS found on the wiki. The command station has to be started up according to its manual.

    Then Rocview is started and the workspace has to be opened. Once Rocview and the server are running track power can be switched on and off using the or symbol of Rocview.

    It should be verified the command station is responding to the command. Mostly this can be done by watching the track power indicator of the command station.

    In order to control a locomotive via Rocrail the locomotive has to be created in a first step. From the Tables menu Locomotives is chosen causing the following window to open: Now the button New is pressed.

    A locomotive with the name NEW has been created. Other options do not have to be considered at the moment. They are explained on page Locomotives: All other fields are optional and do not need any change for the time being.

    General for an explanation. The address is entered here. This entry is very important as Rocrail is able to control locos with a valid address only.

    The ID of the command station controlling the locomotive. As generally only one command station is used this field usually remains blank. Some command stations Selectrix, … allow for separated buses for locomotives and accessories, respectively.

    In case of such a separation the bus used for locomotives has to be entered. Generally this field remains to the default value 0 zero.

    This field remains unchanged generally. The number of speed steps the decoder supports or is set up to. Values of 14, 28 and are most commonly used.

    These settings are not required for basic operation and should not be altered at the moment. See Options for details. See Acceleration for details.

    If Percent is activated default all velocities left column! The cruise speed Rocrail uses under certain conditions in auto mode.

    If a value other than 0 zero is entered this speed will be used. The maximum velocity of the locomotive. These options are commonly used for locomotives featuring different maximum velocities for forwards and backwards driving, respectively.

    As no further settings on the remaining tabs are necessary for basic operation, creating of the locomotive is completed by pressing Apply.

    If the General tab is selected again the new loco is now listed with its correct name. If required, further locomotives can be created following the above steps.

    To control a loco the respective row on the panel is highlighted by clicking on it. The functions can be controlled by the buttons F0 to F4.

    If four or less functions are defined the FG buttons show no effect. Alternatively, a loco can be controlled via a throttle window.

    A throttle is opened by clicking on the or symbol on the symbol bar or by double clicking the loco in the loco panel. The title bar of the throttle window shows the ID of the controlled loco.

    In case another loco should be controlled, a single click on the image above F1 opens a new window Mobile selection. The loco to be controlled is chosen from list, then the image is clicked again.

    A throttle window allows for direct access to the functions F0 to F Further functions, if any, are visible after pressing FG. The track-plan of Rocrail is used for visualisation and graphical switching of, for example, switches and signals.

    Loco speed commands and automatic control of the layout can, however, take place even without a track-plan via the connection of blocks through routes.

    The track-plan is not to scale and thus can and should be abstracted or symbolic. A new track plan was already added automatically when the workspace was created.

    The plan has the title Level 0. The title can be changed as needed, for instance to Main Line or the name of a location. In order to be able to edit the plan Edit Panel from the Track Plan menu has to be activated.

    The dialogue can be closed at any time if it is not needed and be reopened from the Track plan menu Add item….

    It is used for adding items to the plan:. Using the above dialogue, at first, from the left column an appropriate object type track, switch, signal etc.

    Then the desired item is clicked with the left mouse button and while the mouse button is kept pressed the item is dragged to the desired position and then dropped by releasing the mouse button.

    If the newly placed item does not have the wanted orientation it can be rotated see below. As an alternative, adding items can also be done by means of the context menu: The right mouse button is clicked while the pointer is at the position where the new element should be placed.

    The desired item is then chosen from the menu. Every item can be rotated once it was placed on the plan. A newly placed item is active by default.

    Other elemenst have to be left clicked first in order to set them activate only one at a time. As an alternative, rotating items can also be performed by means of the context menu: This action has to be repeated until the item has the desired orientation.

    Items can be moved by clicking them and holding the left mouse button. With the left mouse button still pressed the item can be moved to the desired position and placed there by releasing the button.

    The experienced user may also move several objects at once or even an area of the track plan as described on page Select.

    The item is selected by clicking it with the right mouse button and choosing select from the menu. In the dialogue copy is activated and the dialogue is closed by pressing OK.

    The copied item is placed right above the original one and thus has to be moved in order to see both the original and the copy. Items are removed from the track-plan by clicking them with the right mouse button and choosing Delete from the menu.

    The elements described in this chapter are necessary for basic train operations. With tracks, switches and signals trains can be operated manually already.

    In this tutorial a small layout in the style of the demo layout is designed as an example. The small example should start with a curved track in top left corner: In the left column of the Add item dialogue see chapter 5.

    Step 1 in figures below. Now 12 straight tracks should be added right from the curved track. The first track is placed as explained above Step 3.

    As the last used element was a straight horizontal track, the remaining 11 tracks can be added by simply clicking with the left mouse button Step 4.

    Thereafter three straight tracks are plotted below the curve Step 5. Each of those three tracks has to be rotated as shown above Step 6.

    Below these tracks a curved track is added as described in step 2 Step 7. This track has to be rotated, too Step 8. With this knowledge base the track circle can be completed now by adding further straight and curved tracks Step 9.

    As a small exercise each central vertical straight track should now be removed. Clicking on the element with the right button, then choosing Delete from the menu is the only action to be performed Step The gaps should be closed with direction tracks displaying the wanted driving direction of the trains.

    The tracks have to be rotated accordingly. The plan of an oval-shaped track circle has been created and finished with the last step.

    It will be the basis for the extensions following in the next paragraphs. After the oval shaped track was created in the last paragraph it is now extended with a parallel track and the required switches.

    At first two tracks are deleted from the track plan and a parallel track is drawn as shown in the figure below Step The left gap is filled with a right switch which is selected from the Add item dialogue: At first, from the left column Switch has to be selected and in a second step the right switch see screenshot in chapter 5.

    The following dialogue asks for the ID of the switch which in this example is to be Sw01 Step In the same way the right gap is filled with a Left Switch named Sw In addition two curves have to be added and rotated to the correct positions.

    This will complete the extended demo plan for the moment Step Two switches have been added in the last paragraph. To be able to operate them, they have to be configured as a next step.

    A right click on the left switch Sw01 opens the context menu from which Properties is chosen. The following dialogue opens:. Since the ID is already set nothing has to be changed on this tab for the time being.

    Pressing Help opens the wiki page describing all options. The Position tab is skipped and tab Interface is selected:. The name of the CS see chapter 2.

    With CS featuring more than one bus e. Selectrix the correct bus controlling accessories has to be specified here. With some CS the protocol used has to be chosen from the drop-down list.

    These two fields contain the most important information necessary to control a switch. The address of the decoder and the output port of the decoder the switch is connected to have to be entered in these fields.

    In the example switch Sw01 will get the switch address 1 see figure above. In case the position of the switch does not match the position displayed in Rocview the box Invert can be checked.

    In most cases no further action in required to set up a switch. Further information is available from the wiki by pressing Help.

    The configuration of the first switch is thus completed and can be confirmed by pressing Apply. After selecting tab Index both switches are listed.

    Switch Sw02 is highlighted as shown below, afterwards again the tab Interface is selected. After finishing the set-up of the second switch the changes are confirmed by pressing Apply and subsequently the dialogue is closed by pressing OK.

    To test switches the CS has to be powered up and the track power has to be switched on. With a click on each switch symbol on the plan displayed in Rocview the position of the switches change.

    The position of a switch on the track plan must match the position of the respective switch on the layout. If the positions do not match the Invert option of the respective switch has to be checked or unchecked see above chapter.

    If the switches on the layout do not switch positions at all it should be checked whether the track power has been turned on and if the CS can be controlled trough Rocview.

    If the switches can be controlled via the CS directly but not using Rocrail the address es and possibly Interface IDs and Protocols have to be checked again.

    If the configuration of the switches was successful on the small layout trains can be driven and directed using the switches.

    To achieve a more realistic train operation signals are added in the next chapter. Signals generally are very important in railroading, but for the operation with Rocrail they are not required.

    Therefore, is not mandatory to set them up and they can also be supplemented at a later time. If no signals are desired, this part of the manual can be skipped continue chapter 7.

    In this chapter the example layout of Step 14 in the previous chapter is extended by three signals. From the menu Track plan the option Edit panel has to be activated again, if applicable.

    Afterwards three tracks are deleted from the plan as depicted in the figure below Step Right clicking on the upper gap in the track circle opens the context menu from which Signal is chosen.

    A dialogue opens asking for the Signal ID. The signal shall receive the ID S The gap below is now filled with a signal named S02 and the remaining gap is closed by adding signal S The signals should be rotated to fit the driving direction as shown below Step Like the switches, signals have to be configured prior to use.

    In a first step the signal on the top right position is right clicked and Properties is chosen from the menu. No changes are necessary on the General tab for the time being.

    In the example it is assumed that a simple two-aspects semaphore signal driven by magnetic coils is used. This type of signal is usually connected to the same type of decoder as used for switches.

    Now tab Details is selected. The Signal type is set to Semaphore signal and Aspects is set to 2 as shown in the figure below. All other options remain unchanged and the Interface tab is selected.

    Interface ID and Bus are configured in the same way as described for switches. The Protocol is chosen according to the decoder in use.

    The address of the signal is set to 3 addresses 1 and 2 on the example layout are already used by the two switches. Addressing is carried out for output RED setting the decoder address to 1 and the Port to 3.

    Alternatively, PADA can be used: In addition, the option Switch is activated assuming the signal is connected to a simple decoder used for switches.

    Often - if the signal aspects are interchanged - option Invert has to be activated, too. Finally the changes are confirmed by pressing Apply and the Index tab is selected.

    The index is showing all three signals available. The second signal could be configured in the same way as the first one. However, as an exercise, signal S02 should be configured using patterns.

    On tab Details the signal is again configured as a two aspects semaphore signal. The pattern is set according to the figure above. Next tab Interface is selected and the signal address 4 is entered as shown in the figure or, alternatively, in PADA notation.

    Finally use patterns has to be activated. After pressing Apply tab Index is selected, signal S03 is highlighted and again tab Details selected.

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