Re: Electrical Code for Train Layouts
option that is approved is to mark the ends of a conductor. So
if you have only black wire you could use colored shrink wrap
to mark the code color.
I don't have the printer, but once I found a load of shrink wrap on carriers for printing. So you could print what you wanted on the wrap and then shrink it on the wire!
I also like terminals that allow me to remove one wire at a time, makes trouble shooting much easier.
block on the left is for signals, the yellow/green terminals
are connected to the DIN rail, notice the small green strip in
the center of three terminals, connects six screws to the same
circuit. The black terminals are fuses for turnout controls,
one for each town. Track power is farther down.
have changed my power plans three times: Lionel AC to Lionel
DMCC to Digitrax DCC these terminals made the changes
On 3/15/2020 12:01 PM, thomasmclae via Groups.Io wrote:
Just a reminder, there is a difference between Electrical Code and Electrical Standards.