Re: G Gauge DCC How hard is it to convert?

Jeff Masiello <hsnopi@...>

ok. sounds good. i still have to decide between rc battery and track power.

On 9/26/2011 2:49 PM, Glenn wrote:
Many of the Large Scale / Garden layouts I have been to are R/C& battery.
Check large scale / garden railroad magazine for ads of manufacturers.

Cleanliness of the rails is less important for large scale. Equipment is
heavier; in addition most of the power is picked up via a sliding shoe
rather than wheels rolling over dirt spots.

Most garden railroaders clamp, bolt, or solder jumpers at rail joints, thus
insuring good conductivity.


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Subject: RE: [WiringForDCC] G Gauge DCC How hard is it to convert?

It's not the wiring that's rough, it's keeping the track clean enough for
reliable operation.

Look at the radio controls + battery powered locomotives.


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