How To Run | 運転方法

First, you need to download the core program. You can download it on the provisional homepage here: openbve.org

Please read instructions and notes afterwards: Installing & Using

Interface Overview | 界面概要

Left Hand Side Indicator | 左側表示

Speed (km/h) : The actual speed the train has.
Clock (hh:mm:ss) : The route time (not actual time on your computer system). Use it to compare with the arrival time of the next station/terminus. 
Reverser Status (F/N/R) : The position of reverser (Forward/F, Neutral/N Or Reverse/R).
Power Status (P1-Pn): The actual power notch condition, maximum value of power notches (n) is depending on Train.dat settings. 
Brake Status (B1-Bn): The actual brake notch condition, maximum value of brake notches (n) is depending on Train.dat settings. 

Right Hand Side Indicator | 右側表示

ATS: The Automatic Train Stop (ATS) running indicator. If the indicator is lit orange, it means the train running on ATS mode.
ATS RUN: The ATS safety activation. If the train passed red signal or exceeding the speed limit, the indicator flashes red light and the train immediately stopped.
P Power: The ATS-P running indicator. It shown in green light when entering ATS-P route section.
PTN Approach: The pattern approach indicator. It lit orange when the train exceeds the speed limit.
BRAKE RELEASE: This indicator lit orange when a brake release was acquired for 60 seconds.
BRAKE APPLY: This indicator lit orange when the services brakes are applied by ATS-P system.
ATS-P: This indicator lit green when ATS-P system is currently in use (turned on).
FAILURE: This indicator flashes red when a failure occured in the ATS-P system, and also indicates initialization of the ATS-P system.
ATC: The Automatic Train Control (ATC) indicator. If the indicator is lit orange, it means the train running on ATC mode.
ATC POWER: The indicator lit orange when ATC is currently active and ready for ATS switching mode.
ATC SRV: This indicator lit orange when service brake application is performed, as a result of exceeding the speed limit.
ATC EMG: This indicator flashes red when emergency brake applied, or the track is not equipped with ATC system.


Timetable | 時刻表

The timetable (marked in red box) is the important part of the train operation. You need to check the arrival time for every stations you must stop there, and make sure your arrival time (check the route actual time) is not exceeding the written time. It consists on five parts, described from the leftmost section as below.

1. Maximum Speed: The average maximum speed applied on the route section. Use this as your reference but the actual speed limit is shown on the signs throughout the line.
2. Driving Time: The average driving time calculated by the program. Use this as your reference to estimate the relationship of train speed and arrival time.
3. Station Name: The station name list. You can check the next station by using jump to station feature.
4. Departure Time: The current station departure time. Be sure you are not performing premature or late departure.
5. Arrival Time: The next station arrival time. It determines your performance score. If the arrival time of the corresponding station shows down arrow sign, it means the stations is just for pass through and you don't need to stop there. The terminus or last station of the route indicated by long equal sign (=), and always placed on the bottom part of the timetable.

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