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Ranger_51

  1. Ranger_51's Signal Kit | Placing Signals


    Placing Signals


    General Placement

    • The red arrow indicates where the signal is placed.
    • It can be used as a handle to move the signal along the track.
    • The signal’s offset (position left or right of the track) can be adjusted in the properties window.

    Overlap

    • Signals have a 20m overlap.
    • If a signal is placed closer than this distance to the signal in front then it will repeat the state of the signal ahead (if able). This can be used as
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  2. Ranger_51's Signal Kit | Settings


    Signal Settings

    Common
    Display Name

    • The display name can be used to display a different identification on the signal ID plate than what is in the signal’s name box.
    • Multi line names are split using a space.
    • An example of this would be a signal acting as an Indicator to another signal:
      • Parent signal is called “SM 205”
      • Indicator signal is called “SM 205 IND”
      • The display name of the indicator signal can be set to match the parent signal and a separate
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  3. Ranger_51's Signal Kit | Signal Assets

    Signal Assets

    Signals in the R51-SK follow a common naming convention: <region> <type> | <upperHead><lowerHead> <function> <routes> <attachment 1> ... | <placement>

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  4. Ranger_51's Signal Kit | References

    This page contains additional resources relating to NSW Railways and signalling operation.

    Further Reading


    ARTC
    Signals and Signs (NSW)
    https://www.artc.com.au/customers/operations/rules-procedures/nsw/signals-signs/

    ANSG 600 - Running Signals
    https://www.artc.com.au/uploads/ANSG-600.pdf

    ANSG 602 - Shunting Signals
    https://www.artc.com.au/uploads/ANSG-602.pdf

    NSWrail.net
    Location information for the NSW ...