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 Posted: Sat May 1st, 2021 11:35 am
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Hi All.   Browsing online the other day, I came across an interesting claim. According to the reviewer the decoder/chip arrangement in the Loco meant that you could apply the brake and the Loco would come to a halt. Was he “pulling my chain” or can this actually be done?  Best wishes Kevin



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Kevin with NCE. the Option button is as a default, be programmed as a brake so touching that reduces speed steps to Zero, I have my controllers all with a label called Brake, over the Option button label.
I guess one could programme one of function buttons accordingly to be a brake on any brand of DCC controller.



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Hi Ron. Thank you for your reply. That could be a bit much for me, one day maybe I could try it. Best wishes Kevin 



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