Re: Programming Track "bus" length
60 feet is a long way away.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
You might want to consider a SPROG III and a used computer + JMRI for a standalone programming station.
For one thing, you can program with interfering with the club running. Plus you will get easier trouble-shooting without having to walk 60 feet to see if the wheels are on the track.
Our club has a small Digitrax CS, Locobuffer II, and JMRI as a programming setup. (The club runs trains with EasyDCC) All the parts are donated or free.
We also use the computer for RailOP, and for future software goodies.
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