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Lights

Fairly quickly, I realized that the lighting in a model railroad is more than just a switch that turns on and off all the lights. Therefore, I have developed my own lighting projects, with automatic dusk and dawn Additional descriptions will come on...

Block detector

Block Detector If you are running a digital RR and wants to have some kind of controlled running with a help of a computer, you will need blocks. And you also need a way to detect if there is a train on that block. You need a block detector! A block ...

Lenz RS-bus

When I restarted with the model railroad hobby a couple of years ago, I investigated what the different standards, manufactures and so one that was available for the digital solutions. I decided to go with Lenz and that gave me the RS-bus for feedback...

XpressNet Standard

XpressNet is a bus protocol, developed by Lenz. The bus is a multi-to-multy type, and is used for all transfer of data between the central unit, controllers and PC software as Traincontroller . Regardless if your using standard DCC turnout decoders, feedback...

Feedback for Lenz RS-bus

RS Feedback module My feedback modules have a couple of interesting features that I cant find in the other ones that is available on the market. One thing is that the module is queuing all changes locally inside the memory of the module. Because of...

Create circuit boards

You can make circuit boards in many ways. I created my first circuit boards with drawing directly on the board with pcb paint and then etching them on my parents stove. Apparently, your parents dont like it when you handle corrosive liquids as a 10-year ...

Turnout decoder for 64 servos

Turnout decoder for 64 servos Using servos instead of normal turnout motor can be a challenge for the electronics. Comparing to the normal versions, these decoders cant not only enable/disable some of the outputs. They need to have the following features. Send...

Servo holders

Servo holders Using servos for turnouts is an electrical challenge. But's also a challenge to get cheap, simple, good working holders for the servos. As I'm using the electrofrog turnouts from Peco with power to the frog, and together with position...

Turnout decoder for 12 turnouts

My last railroad used Fleischmanns turnout throughout the entire model. For these turnouts, I built my first turnout decoders. Standard 160x100 mm PCB, all the components through-hole versions and each card controls 12 turnouts. Overall I had 8 cards...