SignalDecoder: Signal Aspects for Belgium (Var. 1 and Var. 2)
Belgian operation mode
This operation mode drives two signals with seven patterns (aspects) per signal.
Belgian trains are railing on the left site with left site signals. Flashing means you are riding on a exceptional track (and therefore right site with right sites signals). All signalpatterns remain the same but are flashing.
|Operation mode Belgium: 2 Signals with mit 7 patterns|
|0||Full Stop||Sig0 - Red|
|1||Proceed||Sig0 - Green|
|2||Next signal must be expected to show "Stop"||Sig0 - yellow/yellow|
|3||Limited approach||Sig0 - Green/Yellow|
|4||Full stop in opposite direction||Sig0 - Red flashing|
|5||Proceed in opposite direction||Sig0 - Green flashing|
|6||Next signal must be expected to show "Stop" in opposite direction||Sig0 - Yellow/yellow flashing|
|7||off||Sig0 - off|
|8||Full Stop||Sig1 - Red|
|9||Proceed||Sig1 - Green|
|10||Next signal must be expected to show "Stop"||Sig1 - Yellow/yellow|
|11||Limited approach||Sig1 - Green/Yellow|
|12||Full stop in opposite direction||Sig1 - Red flashing|
|13||Proceed in opposite direction||Sig1 - Green flashing|
|14||Next signal must be expected to show "Stop" in opposite direction||Sig1 - Yellow/Yellow flashing|
|15||off||Sig1 - off|
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For OpenDecoder1 you will find the files for belgian signals in the normal download for Signaldecoder.
If using OpenDecoder V2 you may activate Belgian signals if setting the signal type (CV 552) to 7.
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