On the QSI web site it states “The Gwire receiver supports up to 28 functions, and features a quick plug to connect to the Aristo-Craft Quantum decoder with sound.”[/i]
Are these 28 functions listed anywhere?
Do the 28 functions mentioned include those in the “alternate design”?
“An alternate design of the Quantum Aristo includes additional lighting options. Besides the default operation of Headlight and Reverse Lights, a separate plug is available for 10 additional lamp drivers including 5 settable voltage outputs using software controlled PWM and five binary toggled (on/off) drivers. The total of all drivers must not exceed 500 milliamps. This allows configurable and variable intensity operation of dimmable Headlight and Reverse lights, Overhead Blinking lights, Mars Lights, Ditch Lights, and on/off operation of other lights such as Marker Lights, Cab Lights, Number Board Lights, Step Lights, Truck Lights, and Engine Room Lights.”[/i]
Is this “alternate design” [/i]currently available?
How many of these options are accessible with the AirWire transmitter?
Other than the Quantum decoder with sound, the Gwire receiver, and the AirWire T9000E throttle; is there anything other hardware or software required or desirable for a fully functional wireless, battery powered, DCC system to use with Aristo-Craft, Plug and Play diesels?
I don’t wish to appear rude as we Canadians enjoy a reputation for being polite, but replies indicating you have this system and like it would be better appreciated if they also contain an answer to at least one of my questions. Similarly, replies about other systems that you may own and like are much better off in another thread concerning those systems. Let’s keep this thread relevant to the questions posted. Thanks!