Traincontrolle version 9 - page 9

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Arranging Train Sets by Schedules.......................................................................249
Arranging Train Sets By Operations.....................................................................249
Operation of Additional Function Only Decoders in TrainController
Gold .....250
Example: Automatic Car Lighting in TrainController
Gold .............................251
Line-Up of Vehicles and Trains in a single Block ................................................251
11.3
Approved Trains...........................................................................................255
Train Descriptions in TrainController
Silver
....................................................255
Vehicle Groups in TrainController
Gold
..........................................................256
Exclusion of Vehicles from Vehicle Groups.........................................................256
Train Descriptions in TrainController
Gold
......................................................257
Simple Train Descriptions ....................................................................................257
Train Descriptions as independent Objects...........................................................259
Conditional Train Descriptions.............................................................................260
Extended Train Descriptions ................................................................................260
Directional Train Descriptions..............................................................................266
Train Descriptions with marked Vehicle Positions...............................................267
11.4
Acceleration and Train Tonnage.................................................................269
11.5
Coal, Water and Diesel.................................................................................270
11.6
Monitoring the Maintenance Interval ........................................................271
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The Object Explorer .............................................................................................273
12.1
Folders ...........................................................................................................274
12.2
Objects and Links .........................................................................................274
12.3
Object Details................................................................................................276
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The Clock...............................................................................................................277
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Extended Control and Monitoring Functions.....................................................278
14.1
Indicator Symbols in Switchboards ............................................................278
14.2
The Memory of Indicators ...........................................................................278
Example: Preventing an Indicator from Flickering ...............................................280
14.3
Protection and Locking with Conditions ....................................................281
Complex Conditions .............................................................................................282
Numerical Groups.................................................................................................283
Combined Groups .................................................................................................284
System Events and States......................................................................................285
14.4
Operations .....................................................................................................286
System Operations ................................................................................................288
Control Flow Operations.......................................................................................289
Train Operations ...................................................................................................291
Lists of Operations................................................................................................293
Example: Automatic Reset of Signals...................................................................293
Example: Emergency Stop Button ........................................................................294
14.5
Semi-Automatic Control Mechanisms using Flagman Elements ..............294
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