No plans for an MM version (yet), cause I have not been looking for software that decodes the MM commands yet. Who knows maybe that software does exist. If it can be found, it should be possible to create someting similar to the current DCC version.
my Arduino arrived and after playing with blink sketches I was ready for the next challenge The DCC Monitor – I created the circuit documented on the mynabay homepage, but used an HCPL 2601 optokoppler (Conrad has no 6N137 in stock). The optopkoppler didn’t fit into my breadboard, so I had to extend the pins (which took 2 evenings to find that) – and surprise – DCC Monitor is working Using the DCC_Basic_Acc_Decoder example I can switch LED on / off via my MS2. My wife was not impressed
Still waiting for my china servos, I decided to control signals with my Arduino. 16 Digital OutPins means 16 signals to control and a signal is only a red and a green LED. Can’t be a Problem …. But I haven’t found the answer yet.
Did anybody thought about using an Arduino as an signal decoder ?