Re: Peco double slip insulfrog

tundrathe <tundrathe@...>

I am new to DCC. Why does insulfrog or electrofrog matter in terms of wiring for DCC.


Joe Capizzi

--- In, "Elliott Janofsky" <ejanofsky@h...> wrote:

John, Dale Glower talks about the electrofrog double slip not needing much.
Since the insulfrogs of regular type are even more friendly, am assuming
correctly that nothing has to be done for the double slip either? In looking
at it and using it , it seems that way. I guess throwing jumpers in would
help it also. Thanks for the answer. Elliott
----- Original Message -----
From: "JOHN" jcebay@n...
Sent: Tuesday, December 13, 2005 2:43 AM
Subject: RE: [WiringForDCC] Peco double slip insulfrog

I am not sure that you have to do anything with it other than power it.
If you look at the diagram on the wiring for turnouts page then compare it
with the peco insul slip its exactly the same. I haven't laid mine yet but
thats how I see it at the moment. If anybody knows any different please
-----Original Message-----
Behalf Of Elliott Janofsky
Sent: 13 December 2005 01:04
Subject: [WiringForDCC] Peco double slip insulfrog

I'm trying to wire a Peco insulfrog double slip to make it more DCC
friendly. Any suggestions? Thanks, Elliott

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