Re: DCC Bus


Steve Haas
 

Hi Brian,

I made no statement as to whether or not the bus could or couldn't be
straight or crooked. What I did say was that the extreme ends of the bus
and track should not be connected so as to form a loop.

Best regards,


Steve



Steve Haas
Snoqualmie, WA

-----Original Message-----
From: WiringForDCC@yahoogroups.com [mailto:WiringForDCC@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of B WRAGG
Sent: Sunday, October 28, 2012 11:22 AM
To: WiringForDCC@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [WiringForDCC] DCC Bus

dEAR sTEVE  

IT DOES NOT MATTER WHETHER THE THE DCC BUS IS STRAIGHT OR CROOKED AS LONG AS
THE POLARITY IS CORRECT.  AS I HAVE
 A STRAIGHT RUN AND A CROOKED ONE.  

kindest regards
brian wragg


________________________________
From: Steve Haas <Goatfisher2@comcast.net>
To: WiringForDCC@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, 15 October 2012, 19:20
Subject: RE: [WiringForDCC] DCC Bus


 

Bill W. asks:

<<Can the DCC bus be a loop or should it be straight runs. Or doesn't it
matter as long as polarity is correct.>>

Bill,

Technically you should not connect the loops at the far side of the layout.

In fact, (again technically), the track should be gapped at the far side of
the layout either.

You will undoubtedly hear from some folks who have looped the buses and
haven't gapped the track that are operating without problems.

While that is true for them, every layout is unique and different and it is
best to do things the right way whenever possible as that is one less thing
to fix when the layout does start acting up.

Best regards,

Steve Haas
Snoqualmie, WA








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