Robert’s Modelspoor Pagina
MDRRC-II is based on a cheap Cortex M3 board (STM32) including touch display and some extra components it is possible to control your digital rail road with DCC (14/28/128 speed steps functions F0..F28) and Maerklin Motorola (15 speed steps and functions F0..F4) locomotive and accesory decoders.
If a dedicated decoder is required you might want to use the code presented here for Atmel Tiny2313, Mega8(L), Mega16 , Tiny25 / 45 / 85 or Tiny13. The code supports Maerklin Motorola turnout handling and (basic) DCC turnout handling. This library is NOT intended to be used with Arduino!
MDRRC-II Lite is a “ripped” version (very cheap) of MDRRC-II based on a STM32 Maple Mini compatible board..
Based on an Atmel Mega8 12 red/green signals can be controlled using MM or DCC. Only schematic and HEX files are available.
Kees Moerman created the Draai15 hardware based on conventional logical IC’s to control a turntable in combination with Koploper, RocRail or iTrain. This decoder uses an Atmel Mega16 instead of conventional IC’s to control a turntable with Draai15.
With an Arduino Mega2560, an OLED I2C display and RC5 receiver a converter is created for RC5 compatible remote controls (like the Uhlenbrock Iris) to a XpressNet master device. Using the interface locomotives and turnouts can be controlled with the remote control.
Yes, another Arduino based servo decoder but now with a Mega328P processor instead of an Arduino module to control 8 servo’s.