Re: Peco Electrofrog Modifications
I'm not sure what the code 100s look like - I've been using the codetoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
75s. But in general - the jumpers are feeding the frog, so you want
to break that connection so the frog and the rails extending from it
(away from the points) are not powered at all. Then you can pull the
wire (which on my is already soldered to that section), down thru the
roadbed and use a switch machine or whatever to power that frog
Then, solder jumpers to connect the two outside rails together (on
each side), so they are always powered, which also keep the moving
points powered the same as the adjoining rail.
That help any, or I am just telling you what you already know?
- Steven Haworth
Rio Grande Southern RR site - http://rgsrr.home.comcast.net/
On Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 10:27 PM, matt_kzj <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Just a quick question around the modifications for the Peco Electrofrog