Raildriver configurations query

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raretrack
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Raildriver configurations query

#1 Beitrag von raretrack »

Hi everyone

I've had a Raildriver since the early days of Microsoft Train Simulator, which is still going strong. So I'm very pleased it also works with Zusi.

Looking at the RD configurations included in Zusi 3, I was just wondering about the differences between these three (my attempts at translation in brackets):

1. Fahr-Bremshebel (combined throttle and brake lever)
2. Fahrhebel Bremshebel (separate throttle and brake levers)
3. Fahrhebel auf ab (throttle up down)

The difference between 1 and 2 is obvious. But I'm less sure about between 2 and 3. Is 'Fahrhebel auf ab' for trains where you add / remove power and then hold (for example, the 363 and G6 shunters I'm used to in TSW)?

Many thanks

Rob

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Re: Raildriver configurations query

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raretrack hat geschrieben: 11.02.2024 12:05:42 Is 'Fahrhebel auf ab' for trains where you add / remove power
Yes: Lever upwards = increase power, lever downwards = decrease power, lever in center position = remain power. (And a extra position for shut down at once.) (But I don't know how 363 and G6 shunters in TSW work.)
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Re: Raildriver configurations query

#3 Beitrag von raretrack »

F. Schn. hat geschrieben: 11.02.2024 12:46:44
raretrack hat geschrieben: 11.02.2024 12:05:42 Is 'Fahrhebel auf ab' for trains where you add / remove power
Yes: Lever upwards = increase power, lever downwards = decrease power, lever in center position = remain power. (And a extra position for shut down at once.) (But I don't know how 363 and G6 shunters in TSW work.)
Good. That's very clear. Thank you for your reply.

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