Additionally, you can limit what turnouts appear. This “internal” IP address will only be recognized by other devices connecting to the same local network. You can get involved at many levels:. Setting up for a remote mobile device throttle requires some additional steps. See below for more information on remote use of mobile devices.

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We want it to be usable to as many people as possible, so we’re building it in Java to run anywhere, and we’re trying to make it independent of specific hardware systems.

Control Your Locos From a Web Browser – computer, smartphone or tablet Now, you can control your layout directly from your computer, smartphone or tablet, without the need to download and install enginne application. The labels can be added when a new roster entry is created, or by editing an existing roster entry under the Function Labels tab. Additional information on copyright, trademarks and licenses is linked here. For more information, please read the JMRI 4. However, detailed instructions can usually be found on the internet and the topic has been addressed in the JMRI online forum as well.

For the details, see our MRC page.

These labels will then be displayed in place of the generic F1, F The current web browsers running on these devices are able to manage the resources and features needed to replace physical throttles. Contribute more information to our decoder definitions, and help these pages become even more useful! If the mobile device you are going to use as a throttle is connecting to a different network than your local network as, for example, is obviously the case if the remote operator is in another citythat mobile device will have to be told the “external” or “public” address of your JMRI computer and a port number that will allow it to connect remotely to your JMRI computer.


These consists may perform better for building and controlling with WiFi devices. Additional information on copyright, trademarks and licenses is linked here.

For the details, see the AnyRail documentation. The Help information is available online via either the Index or Table of Contents.

JMRI is intended as a jumping-off point for hobbyists who want to control their layouts with a computer without having to create an entire system from scratch.

Once you have determined the public address of ejgine JMRI computer and set up port forwarding to the WiThrottle Server, you enter this information into the throttle app on your mobile device. The pages are simple HTML, and users are encouraged to add missing information.

See also the enbine status page.

JMRI: WiFi Connected Throttle

This is the next in a series working toward the next JMRI production release 4. For more on JMRI networking, see the networking technical page.

Imagine friends visiting your layout and running trains from their cellphones, without having to bring throttles. Whatever it is that you choose to do with JMRI, and however you get involved, welcome to our community! See also the site status page. This is a victory for JMRI and open-source software in general.


JMRI: A Java Model Railroad Interface

This will build a consist using NMRA consisting commands. Using A Remote Mobile Device Throttle Typically, people using smartphones or tablets as throttles are physically in the same room as the layout they are controlling.

It is generally not recommended to use remote monitoring cameras such as are used for baby monitoring or security cameras as most introduce a several second delay — something that could lead to some very interesting railroad accidents!

After you download and install a program onto your phone, you can connect it wirelessly to your computer running JMRI, which in turn will run your layout.

What is JMRI?

This can be changed in EngineDriver Preferences. You can also use a web browser in your device to run trains if for some reason you can’t install an app on the device.

This will follow manufacturer specific features as to how consists engien built and controlled. For more information, please see the feature page. We are extremely pleased to announce that this case has now been settled. For more information on this test release, please read the JMRI 4.