QUOTE Some comparative figures.
Max no of locos & functions
Digitrax Zephyr 10 / 9
Super Emp. Builder 22 / 9
Super Chief 120 / 13
ZTC511 16 / 9
Hornby Elite 255 / 13
Lenz Set 100 255 / 13
Bachmann Dynamis 40? / 20
Roco MultiMouse 10 ? / 20
ESU Ecos - store details on up to 16,384 locomotives; access 20 functions
Viessmann Commander store details on up to 4,000 locomotives.
Like the ESU and the Viessmann (and Maerklin/Trix), the Dynamis has a large display screen. This suggests that there is a real O/S running underneath (ESU use Linux) which in turn means a file system and that is how ESU can store so much more locomotive data than the list quoted above. So if the Dynamis has a similar structure, it too may be able to store a good sized locomotive database and since there is evidently a "feature war" going on, let's say it's 512 locomotives.
Thinking further about that display screen and having just read the Viessmann catalogue 2007/2008 pages on their Commander at Lokshop.de, it occurs to me that the Dynamis might have some route diagram display software to go with the built in point control. Now that would