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PSX FB Feed Back and Digitrax Loconet for JMRI PanelPro

Posted by on Aug 30, 2016 in Tech Specs, Tips DCC Components, Tony's Tips |

I’m somewhat befuddled on how to wire the PSX-ARSCFB to the Digitrax Loconet for the feed back feature. Our club layout has the BDL168s & PM42s and detection is set up for use with JMRI PanelPro. We have a panel set up and I need to understand how to wire the PSX-ARSCFB Network Feedback to be able to include it on our panel. I assume if the unit sends feedback,  there should be a sensor number available to indicate there is something being detected on the section...

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Digitrax Address 00 & PSX Circuit Breakers

Posted by on Aug 30, 2016 in Tech Specs, Tips DCC Components, Tony's Tips |

I see from your quick start guide on the PSX- series that these are not compatible with analog address 00. Is there a configuration option to allow for analog operation? Best regards, Rob…………North Georgia Modurail The address 00 on Digitrax works by stretching the pulse width of the “0” DCC data. The PSX powers itself from the DCC data. The problem is that the stretched pulse can be long enough that the PSX looses power. Depending on the...

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SoundTraxx Tsunami2 Arriving

Posted by on Jun 21, 2016 in Tony's Tips |

The first of the new Soundtraxx Tsunami2 Tsu-1100’s are now arriving and we’ll be shipping this week. The ALCo’s have been delayed for a few days. We can expect those to start arriving over the next week or...

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NCE Power Cab & Radio

Posted by on Jun 21, 2016 in Tech Specs, Tips DCC Components, Tips DCC Systems, Tony's Tips |

Buy the Radio Equipped Power Cab Here When can you use the Radio? A radio Power Cab  can ONLY operate on a layout that already has a dedicated NCE command station including a NCE SB5, CS02, or PH Box along with a RB02 Radio Base station. Here the Power Cab is not used as a Power Cab at all, but as a regular Pro Cab. Operating as a “cab”, the Power Cab can now use the “cab radio” built inside to talk to the command station via the RB02 just like any other radio cab does....

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