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IIRC RailCom was added late last year, possibly in the 1.1.0 release.

I don't quite know what Viessmann mean by recognising your loco. On the ECoS, you can put a loco on the programming track and have it read the entire decoder contents. If it's a decoder the ECoS recognises, then it will say so. Not surprisingly it works particularly well on ESU decoders as I found out the other night when I got it to read the LokSound decoder I had just fitted to my Deltic. An awful lot more CVs suddenly became available.

The principle benefit that I have found from RailCom so far is the ability to get confirmation of a CV change when programming on the main (POM) rather than on the programming track. This is useful for fine tuning.

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