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I like to read CVs. I don't keep a database of settings so every now and then I put a loco on the track and find that I need to reconfigure settings. To see what has been programmed previously is key to understanding how a loco behaves.

I have a programming track that is easily accessed from the layout. Locos can ride onto it without a problem. A quick flick of a switch and the siding becomes the programming track. I do the configuration, switch back to DCC and the loco drives off.

With this easy set-up, I find that I do very little programming on the main, preferring to bring the loco into the yard for some thorough looking after.
 
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