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 Posted: Mon Apr 25th, 2011 02:19 am
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That is bizarre............the reverse graph looks ok. I usually get this (though nothing as extreme) if the loco sticks or stutters  during the profiling.

You may have to re profile........assuming you have downloaded the latest update because Juergen has now prevented the manual adjustment of the graph.

I keep an eye on the speed section in the advanced fine tuning screen........if the Profile speed remains the same on successive speed steps then the graph will have steps..........too many and I change the CD pour another glass and start again.:cheers

 

Max or Pete may have some more helpful suggestions



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TCS decoderitis, with all TCS decoders i have tried there are steps where they jump about. I have never got a smooth speed curve with them.

The last one i tried had a jump of approx 10mph between speed step 8 and 9 and couldn't program it out.

I guess that's the drawback of a small £18 decoder. You will find similar references on RR&Co and other forums.



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