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It's time to connect with the next generation of DCC Decoders.

 

Rails Connect DCC Decoders, Crafted by DCCconcepts, IN STOCK NOW!

 

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We are pleased to announce a new range of DCC decoders are now available to purchase exclusively from Rails.

 

These high specification decoders include features such as:

 

Featuring:

 

•Fully self-adjusting back-EMF for consistend performance

•Support for coreless motors with a single CV change

•Brown-out protection for silky-smooth motor operation (like having a built-in stay-alive!)

•Super-simple 'plug & play' installation in DCC ready locomotives

•UK based customer service and technical support

• Crafted by our friends DCCconcepts

 

Four versions are available to order, three of which are in stock now.

 

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5 hours ago, Oliver Rails said:

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It's time to connect with the next generation of DCC Decoders.

 

Rails Connect DCC Decoders, Crafted by DCCconcepts, IN STOCK NOW!

 

VIEW HERE

 

We are pleased to announce a new range of DCC decoders are now available to purchase exclusively from Rails.

 

These high specification decoders include features such as:

 

Featuring:

 

•Fully self-adjusting back-EMF for consistend performance

•Support for coreless motors with a single CV change

•Brown-out protection for silky-smooth motor operation (like having a built-in stay-alive!)

•Super-simple 'plug & play' installation in DCC ready locomotives

•UK based customer service and technical support

• Crafted by our friends DCCconcepts

 

Four versions are available to order, three of which are in stock now.

 

Is there a list of supported CVs?

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20 minutes ago, JohnR said:

Will be interesting to see the "brown-out" protection in operation...

I’ve reviewed the Zen black decoders which have the same brown out protection here: 

 

I tried one in a Dapol ex L&Y pug and it ran pretty well. Normally I only ever run these locos with a stay alive. 

 

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I got myself one of these yesterday and it does seems to share roughly the same set of CVs as listed here:

https://www.dccconcepts.com/manual/basic-cv-settings-for-zen-decoders/

Some of the default values differ though.

 

CV 8 (Manufacturer) = 36 (DCCconcepts)

CV 7 (Version) = 9

 

I don't have any Zen decoders, so I don't know if this is a version number unique to the Rails branded decoder.

 

Does anyone know if an official list of CVs has been published? I couldn't spot anything on Rails' site and there's no description within the packaging.

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