Lenz, programmming Locos

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dougedw4

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I cannot figure out the directions for programming locos for Lenz dcc. Anybody have a simple step by step method for doing this. My locos are Broadway Ltd and Genesis.

Thanks

Doug Edwards
 

Joe Daddy

C & SF, my obsession
I cannot figure out the directions for programming locos for Lenz dcc. Anybody have a simple step by step method for doing this. My locos are Broadway Ltd and Genesis.

Thanks

Doug Edwards
If you have an LH100 it is very simple to do, here are the steps to change the Loco address:

Setting Locomotive addresses (See page 52)
Must be on programming track

To read existing address:
press F8 [enter] [enter] [enter] [enter]
To write new address
Press CI and enter the new LOCO# [enter]

The LH100 manual has instructions for programming other functions as well but changing loco address is the place to start if you have not already done that.

Joe
 
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