Wiring shinohara turnouts
Dual gauge turnouts look complicated, and mechanically they are, but wiring them is not a big deal. Due to its mechanical complexity, it is not possible to make a … DCC WIRING CLINIC 8 DCC
Wiring Basics I With DC cab control the maximum current in a block ~1-2 Amps. Each wiring run needs to handle just one block current. 18 AWG is ample. When converting from DC, what wiring changes to I need to make? Perhaps None! If your layout works well on DC, it MAY work well on DCC! The best way to find out is to test it: Code 70 and code 100 Shinohara turnouts are still non-DCC Friendly as of this writing. Also, you may still have an old code 83 turnout. The Norcross Southern was a medium sized N-Scale demonstration layout. It was built in the conference room at the old Digitrax production facility, and has since been dismantled. The trackage situation for S scale standard gauge is nowhere near as robust as in HO. That said, there is a spectrum of trackage products that should provide what you’re looking for. We’ll first look at S standard gauge products, then move on to cover S narrow-gauge trackage products. Standard Gauge by Dick
Karnes S … Continue reading "S Scale Track Products" The new way of making curved turnouts of any radius that you need to fit your particular layout plan is here! Click here to find out all about it. Trackwork Basics TRACKWORK There are many subjects we feel you should know about trackwork that you will need to consider when building
your first model railroad, many of the basics are covered here. Railway Engineering The Finest Turnouts Made Track-Laying Questions Click on the Question Number for answers. 1. __ Is it best to use a three-point gauge on curves to widen, or two-point?