Setting Up And Using DCC Model Railroads
With DCC you can have a truly realistically operating model railroad. Your trains can run more smoothly, start easier, operate more like prototypes and you can operate more than one locomotive on one track. You can control your locomotives lights, bells, motors and engine sounds, and audio.
And with DCC you can more easily control your accessories.
But DCC does have its problems. And when you’re getting started you can make some costly mistakes. Plus, if you don’t set it up correctly, you can really cause problems when you’re operating.
So if you would like a trouble-free, realistically operating DCC model railroad with all the bells and whistles, we recommend that you read the information in the link below.
The information covers everything you need to know about wiring from the ground up. It includes easy-to-follow wiring diagrams, wiring for reversing loops, how to program track, turn out control, and the use of free software to control your layout and where to get it, controlling trains with computer technology and more.
Click on this link now to get complete information about DCC.
Layout Control Library
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