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 Betreff des Beitrags: Identifying flashing lights in the driver's cab
BeitragVerfasst: 17.06.2016 14:53:10 
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Hello Everyone

Although I speak some German , I thought this section would be a bit easier for me.

I am using the Zusi demo at the moment , I must admit that I am impressed . I have not as yet decided whether I will buy Zusi.

I understand the procedures re ZIFA, but another strange thing is happening when I drive in a tunnel , a buzzer sounds and
a green light starts flashing , bottom row on the far right. Do you know what that relates to and how I can stop it and resume the journey.

I find that Zusi is running well on Windows 10. I have been an MSTS fan and still am and run it on a laptop with windows 7.

Best regards,
Father Ed Bakker
P.S. I have a picture showing the problem , but I noticed that I cannot attach anything at this stage.


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 Betreff des Beitrags: Re: Identifying flashing lights in the driver's cab
BeitragVerfasst: 17.06.2016 19:09:02 
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FrEdBakker hat geschrieben:
when I drive in a tunnel , a buzzer sounds and a green light starts flashing , bottom row on the far right. Do you know what that relates to and how I can stop it and resume the journey.
Hello Ed,

welcome to this forum!

Are you sure that the flashing light is green and not yellow? Anyway, besides SIFA there is PZB in German trains, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punktf%C3 ... influssung ! If your train has been stopped, it is probably because of PZB and has nothing to do with the tunnel.

In Zusi "PZB wachsam" (or "Wachsamkeitskontrolle") is operated by ENTER on the numpad. And contrary to AWS there is no audible warning that you have passed a distant signal at danger!

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Christian


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 Betreff des Beitrags: Re: Identifying flashing lights in the driver's cab
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Can you describe the green light? Size/shape/labels....

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 Betreff des Beitrags: Re: Identifying flashing lights in the driver's cab
BeitragVerfasst: 18.06.2016 01:53:14 
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Carsten Hölscher hat geschrieben:
Can you describe the green light? Size/shape/labels....

Carsten

Gute Morgen Carsten

Hast Du ein e-mail Adresse bitte, dan kan Ich ein Bild schicken.

Danke schoen

Father Ed Bakker


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 Betreff des Beitrags: Re: Identifying flashing lights in the driver's cab
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 Betreff des Beitrags: Re: Identifying flashing lights in the driver's cab
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Hello Carsten

Thank you for that. I send you a note.

I congratulate you on the Zusi Project , I am most impressed.

Gruss

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This is the (yellow) Indusi 1000Hz. See driving school in the demo.

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 Betreff des Beitrags: Re: Identifying flashing lights in the driver's cab
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Carsten Hölscher hat geschrieben:
This is the (yellow) Indusi 1000Hz. See driving school in the demo.

Carsten

Hello Carsten,

That was very helpful, thank you so much.

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 Betreff des Beitrags: Re: Identifying flashing lights in the driver's cab
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Hi,

Running Zusi will be quite a frustrating experience without an understanding of PZB. Unlike AWS, it is not as simple as "press the button when a buzzer sounds". There are some rules you have to know and follow, and if you don't the emergency brakes come on:)

There is a reasonable explanation here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punktf%C3 ... influssung
This set of tutorials is also quite useful: http://www.sh1.org/eisenbahn/rindusi.htm
In particular part 3(http://www.sh1.org/eisenbahn/rindusi3.htm), which breaks it down to "a light is flashing, what should I do?".

I also found the driving school very useful when I was Zusi beginner,

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 Betreff des Beitrags: Re: Identifying flashing lights in the driver's cab
BeitragVerfasst: 23.06.2016 14:44:53 
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Christian Gründler hat geschrieben:
FrEdBakker hat geschrieben:
when I drive in a tunnel , a buzzer sounds and a green light starts flashing , bottom row on the far right. Do you know what that relates to and how I can stop it and resume the journey.
Hello Ed,

welcome to this forum!

Are you sure that the flashing light is green and not yellow? Anyway, besides SIFA there is PZB in German trains, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punktf%C3 ... influssung ! If your train has been stopped, it is probably because of PZB and has nothing to do with the tunnel.

In Zusi "PZB wachsam" (or "Wachsamkeitskontrolle") is operated by ENTER on the numpad. And contrary to AWS there is no audible warning that you have passed a distant signal at danger!

Kind Regards

Christian

Hello Christian

I forgot to thank you for your welcome to the forum. Appreciated that.

Gruss

Father Ed Bakker


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 Betreff des Beitrags: Re: Identifying flashing lights in the driver's cab
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jonathanp hat geschrieben:
Hi,

Running Zusi will be quite a frustrating experience without an understanding of PZB. Unlike AWS, it is not as simple as "press the button when a buzzer sounds". There are some rules you have to know and follow, and if you don't the emergency brakes come on:)

There is a reasonable explanation here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punktf%C3 ... influssung
This set of tutorials is also quite useful: http://www.sh1.org/eisenbahn/rindusi.htm
In particular part 3(http://www.sh1.org/eisenbahn/rindusi3.htm), which breaks it down to "a light is flashing, what should I do?".

I also found the driving school very useful when I was Zusi beginner,

Guten Tag Jonathanp
Very useful information, thank you so much. I originally come from Holland where we used to call the system ATB.
Gruss

Father Ed Bakker


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 Betreff des Beitrags: Re: Identifying flashing lights in the driver's cab
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Very nice links I keep coming un-stuck with these safety system but this info as helped a lot thanks.
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