Re: Digest Number 27


Ulrich Albrecht <albreuf@...>
 

Analog engines will run slower on DCC as the did with DC. It is in the
nature of the way how analog engines are handled: A part of the DCC
signal is stretched either in the positve or ngative part (depending on
the direction of travel) to create a positive or negative bias in the
signal. This bias is what drives the engine, but it can never reach the
full strength of a DC-signal.

Ulrich

On 2 May 2005 WiringForDCC@... wrote:

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1. anologe train runs very slow on dcc address oo
From: "mhn_416" <mhn_416@...>


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Message: 1
Date: Mon, 02 May 2005 02:25:05 -0000
From: "mhn_416" <mhn_416@...>
Subject: anologe train runs very slow on dcc address oo

i have a digitrax operating system power on ytacks read 7.5volts
x2=15volts.however when i try to run an anologe train on the address
00 the train runs very slowly i have tried dfferent anologe trains
with the same result. any suggestions?
peter





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