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Tortoise & Sensor Placement
Introduction to DCC - DCCWiki DCCWiki, a community DCC encyclopedia. Introduction to Digital Command Control If you are new to model railroading and are wondering “Exactly what is this DCC thing I keep hearing about?”, the DCCWiki is the place to find out. This site is a Wiki, meaning anyone can contribute information. It is not only for experts, but also for beginners. Introduction to DCC - DCCWiki
DCC Tips DCC Tips [ Home ] [ Up ] [ Previous Page ] [ Next Page ] Forward In this page, I will provide an introduction to Digital Command Control as a system. At the end of this page, I've provided some information about my experience with one particular DCC system. I've concentrated on the information that isn't in the manual or isn't obvious without carefully studying the manuals.
DCCWiki, a community DCC encyclopedia. It should be noted that connecting a computer to a DCC layout is not required for setup or the running of your layout, but they can be helpful; for the same reasons they can be helpful in other areas of everyday life. Since DCC is digital by nature, it's easy to have computers control, or monitor, your layout. If you are just getting started with DCC Software, we suggest that you read article to get you started. General Information DCC Software - DCCWiki DCC Software - DCCWiki

Arduino MC

Arduino MC What Arduino can do Arduino can sense the environment by receiving input from a variety of sensors and can affect its surroundings by controlling lights, motors, and other actuators. The microcontroller on the board is programmed using the Arduino programming language (based on Wiring) and the Arduino development environment (based on Processing). Arduino projects can be stand-alone or they can communicate with software running on a computer (e.g.
Odometer Odometer Originally printed in Model Railroader Magazine "Build a model railroad odometer car" Model Railroad Odometer Car Photo (44k) This page features a photo and schematic from an article that was published in the August 1994 issue of Model Railroader Magazine. The article was titled "Build a model railroad odometer car". The Car shows the distance a train travels on a 5 digit LCD display.
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