How To Wire For DCC (Digital Command Control)

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It’s amazing how much wrong information is being given to some beginners to model trains…

I have recently been bit by the DCC bug. Now a friend of mine owns a hobby shop and one of his friends told me that every piece of track had to be wired seperately. Now the old way was to have one feeder per block. I am wondering if what this fellow told me was overkill to keep down the number of shorts in the layout…

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Dan Morgan

Dan Morgan fell in love with model trains at the age of six when he visited an NMRA Convention in Seattle with his father. Forty two years later, his passion remains just as strong. After achieving a successful career in architecture, Dan’s particular interest is within layouts and buildings. With a wealth of knowledge on the subject, Dan loves nothing more than sharing this with others and is delighted in the forum of members who are brought together over the hobby they have in common. Dan lives with his wife Helen in Washington. As a professional painter, Helen has learnt through Dan about Model Trains and they now enjoy working on projects together. The only member of the family who isn’t allowed to join in is their over-enthusiastic Labrador called William who has been strictly banned from the workshop! You can find Dan on Google here!

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