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Just come across this but, for the benefit of others the Lenz LS150 manual states

"In order to be able to set addresses, the LS150 must be connected to a power supply (AC voltage input ≈) and to the DCC track signal (inputs J,K). You do not need switch machines connected to the LS150 to set its addresses"

The only time you need a load when programming DCC decoders is when programming on a programming track. Accessory decoders are often programmed whilst connected to the layout.
 
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