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  1. Thats what I make mine trevora
  2. You can get these DT0605RW 20pc Pre-soldered litz wired leads Bi-color RED/WHITE SMD Led 0605 DUAL about 1 to 2 mm square
  3. Look here to see about sensors https://model-railroad-hobbyist.com/node/34392
  4. you can use any voltage tranformer / power supply and you should / must reduce current by adding resistors max current lest than 20ma per led look here http://led.linear1.org/1led.wiz to work out size required
  5. If / when the joiners become loose you lose the feed
  6. http://ledcalc.com/ will allow you to work it out
  7. you have insulated rail joiners (fishplates) between each section of track (zones) trevora
  8. Youchoos has them at £20.00 if you emailed him now there is a chance he would get it to you been helpful to me trevora
  9. ZTC says Extended Lenz X-Bus protocol is used Trevora
  10. https://www.ebay.de/itm/Tran-CT-ELEKTRONIK-Handregler-HR3-mit-grafikfahigem-LCD-E11291/223473601895?hash=item3408108d67:g:yrEAAOSw2fRcHLy6 there are more on ebay.DE trevora
  11. Or TAMS Function decoder FD-R Basic 2 Article No .: 42-0116x Small function decoder with 3 outputs, eg for switching the light change and the interior lighting of control cars RailCom transmitter for retrofitting older digital vehicles without feedback via RailCom 2 outputs with max. 300 mA, 1 output with max. 100mA Formats: DCC, Motorola, RailCom Trevora
  12. Uhlenbrock 68320 RailCom Transmitter Every vehicle that is to be used in automatic operation or is to report its address is fitted with a RailCom® transmitter. The transmitter is installed in addition to the locomotive decoder that is installed in the locomotive and is simply connected with power pickups of the locomotive. It can be programmed with all short or long addresses just like a DCC decoder. Additionally it is possible to connect a LISSY mini‐transmitter module. The RailCom signal can be utilised by a variety of systems including the Uhlenbrock MarCo receivers as well as Roco
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