Identifying TCS decoders with CV249
 

 

 

 

 

As of May 2010, we started identyfing our decoders with numbers. All you have to do is read CV249 on the programming track to find out what TCS decoder is installed in your locomotive. The table below will be your guide:

TCS Decoder Type
Readout:
A4X 4
A6X 5
ALD4 19
AMD4 20
AS6 47
ASD4 21
AZL4 61
CN 22
CN-GP 23
DP2X 1
DP2X-UK 2
DP5 3
EU621 44
EUN651 24
FL2 6
FL4 7
G8 18
IMD4 33
IMF4 34
IMFP4 35
IMFTA4 36
IMFTB4 37
K0D8-A 25
K0D8-C 27
K0D8-D 28
K0D8-E 56
K1D4 29
K1D4-NC 30
K2D4 31
K3D3 32
K4D6 46
K5D7 59
K6D4 63
K7D4 64
KAM4 55
KAM4-LED 57
KAT12 48
KAT14 49
KAT16 50
KAT22 51
KAT24 52
KAT26 53
L1D4 45
LL8 43
LL8-LED 60
M1 8
M1P-15 9
M3 10
M4 11
M4T 42
MC2 12
MC4 13
MP-15N 38
MT1500 62
MZA4 40
T1 14
T1 15
T1-LED 58
T4-LED 54
T4X 16
T6X 17
VO-1000 39
WOW100-Steam 129
WOW101-Steam 130
WOW121-Steam 131
WOW501-Steam 132
WOW101-Diesel 170
WOW121-Diesel 171
WOW501-Diesel 172
Z2 41

Example:

Let's say you placed your locomotive on the programing track and with your command station you read CV249 and got value of 31. That means that you have TCS K2D4 decoder installed.

If you read CV249=0 that means that the decoder was produced prior to this software change.

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