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programmer for Titan U decoder

davewebley
 

Hi guys, I have a titan U decoder that was purchased loaded with the EMD 567 sound file. I now want to fit it into an SD 60 with EMD 710. I can not change CV117- it doesn't respond.
Do I need a QSI programmer to do this and secondly- anyone on here in NZ willing to help?
TIA


Re: decoder

Ed.Sauers
 

Jon,

You would need a Titan Decoder or QSI's Large scale decoder offering, and QSI does have a Winton 201A sound file,

Here is a link to their site http://www.qsindustries.com/

Ed Sauers

On 5/10/2020 12:30 PM, Jon Miller wrote:

    I'm interested in a decoder with the Winton 201A sound file.  Is this the oft mentioned tug boat engine?  Where is a site where I can see the available decoder/s and pricing/specs?

-- 
Jon Miller
For me time stopped in 1941
Digitrax  Chief/Zephyr systems, JMRI User
SPROG User
NMRA Life member #2623
Member SFRH&MS


decoder

Jon Miller <atsfus@...>
 

    I'm interested in a decoder with the Winton 201A sound file.  Is this the oft mentioned tug boat engine?  Where is a site where I can see the available decoder/s and pricing/specs?

-- 
Jon Miller
For me time stopped in 1941
Digitrax  Chief/Zephyr systems, JMRI User
SPROG User
NMRA Life member #2623
Member SFRH&MS


Re: What model it this QSI decoder?

Jay Beckham
 

I guy has offered it to me for the price of the postage.  So I will get it and then we can figure out how to hook it up.  Thanks!

 

From: QSIndustries@groups.io <QSIndustries@groups.io> On Behalf Of kelly dorf
Sent: Thursday, May 7, 2020 3:43 PM
To: QSIndustries@groups.io
Subject: Re: [QSIndustries] What model it this QSI decoder?

 

If I am not mistaken, that is a custom DCRU we made for an importer that has long been out of business.  If you look it over carefully, somewhere you should see 050-something.  If you can give me that number I can see if we have any documents archived.

Kelly


Re: What model it this QSI decoder?

kelly dorf
 

If I am not mistaken, that is a custom DCRU we made for an importer that has long been out of business.  If you look it over carefully, somewhere you should see 050-something.  If you can give me that number I can see if we have any documents archived.

Kelly


What model it this QSI decoder?

Jay Beckham
 




Thanks, Jay


Re: Issue Finally Resolved

peterebherron
 

So am I. I have no idea what’s going on!  I need to keep trying different things until I solve it!! Someone suggested turning off Windows Defender. 


Peter


Re: Issue Finally Resolved

Bob
 

Peter
Never got that message on my. Probably because I’m set as the administrator. 
Bob



On May 1, 2020, at 8:26 AM, peterebherron <peterebherron@...> wrote:

@Bob.

I had no trouble installing the drivers on early versions of WIN10 but later versions not at all.  I am following the disabling the unsigned driver block in the boot sequence as outlined in the manual as well as 2 other "work around" mentioned on google. Even doing them as the assigned administrator I get the red blocked install message, contact your administrator for help!

Peter


Re: Issue Finally Resolved

peterebherron
 
Edited

@Bob.

I had no trouble installing the drivers on early versions of WIN10 but later versions not at all.  I am following the disabling the unsigned driver block in the boot sequence as outlined in the manual as well as 2 other "work arounds" mentioned on google. Even doing them as the assigned administrator I get the red blocked install message, contact your administrator for help!

Peter


Re: Issue Finally Resolved

Bobby Abrams
 

for what its worth win10 is about to do a major update in May
Bobby Abrams


On Thu, Apr 30, 2020 at 8:34 PM Bob via groups.io <GMRC405=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
I don’t understand why so many of you guys are having trouble with Windows 10. I have had Windows 10 for a few years with no problems. The only problem I have is when they do a major upgrade. I have to uninstall the drivers and reinstall them according to instructions in the updated programmer manual. The key is you have to uninstall the drivers. Yes it a pain in the butt to have to do every time they do a major update.
Bob C




Re: Issue Finally Resolved

Bob
 

I don’t understand why so many of you guys are having trouble with Windows 10. I have had Windows 10 for a few years with no problems. The only problem I have is when they do a major upgrade. I have to uninstall the drivers and reinstall them according to instructions in the updated programmer manual. The key is you have to uninstall the drivers. Yes it a pain in the butt to have to do every time they do a major update.
Bob C


Issue Finally Resolved

Bruce
 

Last year I could not get my new QSI Programmer to work with Windows 10.  Recently I saw someone post that they had a similar issue and simply installed the QSI Programs on their Windows 7 laptop.  I finally got around to doing that on my Windows 7 laptop and was elated to see, for the first time, my Programmer was able to make a connection with my QSI Decoder.  Thank you for everyone that threw help my way!


Re: Titan Question

Ed.Sauers
 

MfG,

This is just for the U, with the A format you have to find the 12v and ground connections. I will look to see if I have a picture of the A board with where these connection points are. Will reply when I locate my diagram.

Ed Sauers

On 4/30/2020 2:56 PM, Joó Ferenc wrote:
Thank you. Will this be the same for all Titan decoders, or does this work only with the Titan-U?

Üdvözlettel,
Best regards,
MfG,

Ferenc Joó
Correspondent for Hungary
TREU - Today's Railways Europe
IRJ - International Railway Journal
GSM:   +36204141621

NOHAB Apartment
8263 Badacsonytördemic
Debreczenyi u. 9. / HUNGARY
"The holiday apartment on Lake Balaton
with its own garden railway!"


Ed.Sauers <dockside98@...> ezt írta (időpont: 2020. ápr. 30., Cs, 20:26):

MfG,

Go to this link and look at the area about installing a "smart cap" this should answer your question.

https://209775f7-f46c-4729-9d78-7cc0c3414b15.filesusr.com/ugd/0f7119_a38d120ba23640d5878a0849026aee26.pdf

Ed Sauers


On 4/30/2020 2:20 PM, Joó Ferenc wrote:
Ed,

Sorry, English is not my native language, but I just figured KA stands for keep-alive.
This interests me also. What kind of keep-alive can be addd to a Titan?
Most manufacturers reccommend to use only their own product, except Zimo where you can just solder up 7 capacitors, connect to the decoder and you are done.
I have 4 Titans and would also like to add keep-alive but someone once sent me a drawing of a circuit that is required and I never got down to making one.
It would be interesting to know if an off-the-shelf keep-alive could be added to a Titan without modifications. I have O-scale DX-DO's and 10/20 Amp G scale Titans.

Üdvözlettel,
Best regards,
MfG,

Ferenc Joó
Correspondent for Hungary
TREU - Today's Railways Europe
IRJ - International Railway Journal
GSM:   +36204141621

NOHAB Apartment
8263 Badacsonytördemic
Debreczenyi u. 9. / HUNGARY
"The holiday apartment on Lake Balaton
with its own garden railway!"


Ed.Sauers <dockside98@...> ezt írta (időpont: 2020. ápr. 30., Cs, 20:13):

MfG,

Negative, in my message KA stands for an external KA that is wired to the blue and BlK/White strip ground. In my case it is a TCS KA3.

Ed Sauers

On 4/30/2020 2:04 PM, Joó Ferenc wrote:
Does KA refer to a small capacitor on the board?

Üdvözlettel,
Best regards,
MfG,

Ferenc Joó
Correspondent for Hungary
TREU - Today's Railways Europe
IRJ - International Railway Journal
GSM:   +36204141621

NOHAB Apartment
8263 Badacsonytördemic
Debreczenyi u. 9. / HUNGARY
"The holiday apartment on Lake Balaton
with its own garden railway!"


Tom K. via groups.io <fly_rockets=yahoo.com@groups.io> ezt írta (időpont: 2020. ápr. 30., Cs, 19:48):
So what exactly is the purpose of the small capacitor?  In the programming you can disable / enable it and I don't see any difference.


Re: Titan Question

Joó Ferenc
 

Thank you. Will this be the same for all Titan decoders, or does this work only with the Titan-U?

Üdvözlettel,
Best regards,
MfG,

Ferenc Joó
Correspondent for Hungary
TREU - Today's Railways Europe
IRJ - International Railway Journal
GSM:   +36204141621

NOHAB Apartment
8263 Badacsonytördemic
Debreczenyi u. 9. / HUNGARY
"The holiday apartment on Lake Balaton
with its own garden railway!"


Ed.Sauers <dockside98@...> ezt írta (időpont: 2020. ápr. 30., Cs, 20:26):

MfG,

Go to this link and look at the area about installing a "smart cap" this should answer your question.

https://209775f7-f46c-4729-9d78-7cc0c3414b15.filesusr.com/ugd/0f7119_a38d120ba23640d5878a0849026aee26.pdf

Ed Sauers


On 4/30/2020 2:20 PM, Joó Ferenc wrote:
Ed,

Sorry, English is not my native language, but I just figured KA stands for keep-alive.
This interests me also. What kind of keep-alive can be addd to a Titan?
Most manufacturers reccommend to use only their own product, except Zimo where you can just solder up 7 capacitors, connect to the decoder and you are done.
I have 4 Titans and would also like to add keep-alive but someone once sent me a drawing of a circuit that is required and I never got down to making one.
It would be interesting to know if an off-the-shelf keep-alive could be added to a Titan without modifications. I have O-scale DX-DO's and 10/20 Amp G scale Titans.

Üdvözlettel,
Best regards,
MfG,

Ferenc Joó
Correspondent for Hungary
TREU - Today's Railways Europe
IRJ - International Railway Journal
GSM:   +36204141621

NOHAB Apartment
8263 Badacsonytördemic
Debreczenyi u. 9. / HUNGARY
"The holiday apartment on Lake Balaton
with its own garden railway!"


Ed.Sauers <dockside98@...> ezt írta (időpont: 2020. ápr. 30., Cs, 20:13):

MfG,

Negative, in my message KA stands for an external KA that is wired to the blue and BlK/White strip ground. In my case it is a TCS KA3.

Ed Sauers

On 4/30/2020 2:04 PM, Joó Ferenc wrote:
Does KA refer to a small capacitor on the board?

Üdvözlettel,
Best regards,
MfG,

Ferenc Joó
Correspondent for Hungary
TREU - Today's Railways Europe
IRJ - International Railway Journal
GSM:   +36204141621

NOHAB Apartment
8263 Badacsonytördemic
Debreczenyi u. 9. / HUNGARY
"The holiday apartment on Lake Balaton
with its own garden railway!"


Tom K. via groups.io <fly_rockets=yahoo.com@groups.io> ezt írta (időpont: 2020. ápr. 30., Cs, 19:48):
So what exactly is the purpose of the small capacitor?  In the programming you can disable / enable it and I don't see any difference.


Re: Microsoft Windows 10 update tanks Quantum Programmer

Charley Goddard <cgalfa@...>
 

See if this attachment helps reading.


Re: Titan Question

Ed.Sauers
 

MfG,

Go to this link and look at the area about installing a "smart cap" this should answer your question.

https://209775f7-f46c-4729-9d78-7cc0c3414b15.filesusr.com/ugd/0f7119_a38d120ba23640d5878a0849026aee26.pdf

Ed Sauers


On 4/30/2020 2:20 PM, Joó Ferenc wrote:
Ed,

Sorry, English is not my native language, but I just figured KA stands for keep-alive.
This interests me also. What kind of keep-alive can be addd to a Titan?
Most manufacturers reccommend to use only their own product, except Zimo where you can just solder up 7 capacitors, connect to the decoder and you are done.
I have 4 Titans and would also like to add keep-alive but someone once sent me a drawing of a circuit that is required and I never got down to making one.
It would be interesting to know if an off-the-shelf keep-alive could be added to a Titan without modifications. I have O-scale DX-DO's and 10/20 Amp G scale Titans.

Üdvözlettel,
Best regards,
MfG,

Ferenc Joó
Correspondent for Hungary
TREU - Today's Railways Europe
IRJ - International Railway Journal
GSM:   +36204141621

NOHAB Apartment
8263 Badacsonytördemic
Debreczenyi u. 9. / HUNGARY
"The holiday apartment on Lake Balaton
with its own garden railway!"


Ed.Sauers <dockside98@...> ezt írta (időpont: 2020. ápr. 30., Cs, 20:13):

MfG,

Negative, in my message KA stands for an external KA that is wired to the blue and BlK/White strip ground. In my case it is a TCS KA3.

Ed Sauers

On 4/30/2020 2:04 PM, Joó Ferenc wrote:
Does KA refer to a small capacitor on the board?

Üdvözlettel,
Best regards,
MfG,

Ferenc Joó
Correspondent for Hungary
TREU - Today's Railways Europe
IRJ - International Railway Journal
GSM:   +36204141621

NOHAB Apartment
8263 Badacsonytördemic
Debreczenyi u. 9. / HUNGARY
"The holiday apartment on Lake Balaton
with its own garden railway!"


Tom K. via groups.io <fly_rockets=yahoo.com@groups.io> ezt írta (időpont: 2020. ápr. 30., Cs, 19:48):
So what exactly is the purpose of the small capacitor?  In the programming you can disable / enable it and I don't see any difference.


Re: Titan Question

Joó Ferenc
 

Ed,

Sorry, English is not my native language, but I just figured KA stands for keep-alive.
This interests me also. What kind of keep-alive can be addd to a Titan?
Most manufacturers reccommend to use only their own product, except Zimo where you can just solder up 7 capacitors, connect to the decoder and you are done.
I have 4 Titans and would also like to add keep-alive but someone once sent me a drawing of a circuit that is required and I never got down to making one.
It would be interesting to know if an off-the-shelf keep-alive could be added to a Titan without modifications. I have O-scale DX-DO's and 10/20 Amp G scale Titans.

Üdvözlettel,
Best regards,
MfG,

Ferenc Joó
Correspondent for Hungary
TREU - Today's Railways Europe
IRJ - International Railway Journal
GSM:   +36204141621

NOHAB Apartment
8263 Badacsonytördemic
Debreczenyi u. 9. / HUNGARY
"The holiday apartment on Lake Balaton
with its own garden railway!"


Ed.Sauers <dockside98@...> ezt írta (időpont: 2020. ápr. 30., Cs, 20:13):

MfG,

Negative, in my message KA stands for an external KA that is wired to the blue and BlK/White strip ground. In my case it is a TCS KA3.

Ed Sauers

On 4/30/2020 2:04 PM, Joó Ferenc wrote:
Does KA refer to a small capacitor on the board?

Üdvözlettel,
Best regards,
MfG,

Ferenc Joó
Correspondent for Hungary
TREU - Today's Railways Europe
IRJ - International Railway Journal
GSM:   +36204141621

NOHAB Apartment
8263 Badacsonytördemic
Debreczenyi u. 9. / HUNGARY
"The holiday apartment on Lake Balaton
with its own garden railway!"


Tom K. via groups.io <fly_rockets=yahoo.com@groups.io> ezt írta (időpont: 2020. ápr. 30., Cs, 19:48):
So what exactly is the purpose of the small capacitor?  In the programming you can disable / enable it and I don't see any difference.


Re: Titan Question

Ed.Sauers
 

MfG,

Negative, in my message KA stands for an external KA that is wired to the blue and BlK/White strip ground. In my case it is a TCS KA3.

Ed Sauers

On 4/30/2020 2:04 PM, Joó Ferenc wrote:
Does KA refer to a small capacitor on the board?

Üdvözlettel,
Best regards,
MfG,

Ferenc Joó
Correspondent for Hungary
TREU - Today's Railways Europe
IRJ - International Railway Journal
GSM:   +36204141621

NOHAB Apartment
8263 Badacsonytördemic
Debreczenyi u. 9. / HUNGARY
"The holiday apartment on Lake Balaton
with its own garden railway!"


Tom K. via groups.io <fly_rockets=yahoo.com@groups.io> ezt írta (időpont: 2020. ápr. 30., Cs, 19:48):
So what exactly is the purpose of the small capacitor?  In the programming you can disable / enable it and I don't see any difference.


Re: Titan Question

Joó Ferenc
 

Does KA refer to a small capacitor on the board?

Üdvözlettel,
Best regards,
MfG,

Ferenc Joó
Correspondent for Hungary
TREU - Today's Railways Europe
IRJ - International Railway Journal
GSM:   +36204141621

NOHAB Apartment
8263 Badacsonytördemic
Debreczenyi u. 9. / HUNGARY
"The holiday apartment on Lake Balaton
with its own garden railway!"


Tom K. via groups.io <fly_rockets=yahoo.com@groups.io> ezt írta (időpont: 2020. ápr. 30., Cs, 19:48):

So what exactly is the purpose of the small capacitor?  In the programming you can disable / enable it and I don't see any difference.


Re: Titan Question

Tom K.
 

So what exactly is the purpose of the small capacitor?  In the programming you can disable / enable it and I don't see any difference.

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