Primary components of a DCC system:
- Using Computers
- Layout Command Control
- Command Control History
- Power Districts
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Configuration Variables
- PECO Electrofrog
- In the garden
- DIY DCC Projects
- DCC Software
- Decoder Reset
- Curated Videos - See helpful videos (New)
- Power Cab Revisions
- Replacement Potentiometer for Digitrax UT4 Throttle
- Digitrax Hints
- Connection Issues with Digitrax Command Station USB Port
- Atlas GP39-2 Lighting
DCCWiki is an encyclopedia for sharing information about Digital Command Control (DCC) as defined by NMRA used in railroad modelling. We also started a new section for the new Layout Command Control (LCC) standard from the NMRA which can be used to enhance your layout with signalling, accessory control, and other features.
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All DCC manufacturers want you to think you can run your entire layout using just 2 wires. This doesn't account for buses, feeders, networking wires, power cords, throttle networks, etc. If you are just starting, besure to read the Beginner's Guide to Digital Command Control first.
- Main article: Wiring
- Wiring Your Layout - Great overview of things you'll need to be prepared to wire and provides best practices.
- Converting to DCC - If you are currently using DC, this article can help you get started on converting an existing layout to DCC.
- Wiring Tools - You'll need some basic tools to successfully wire you're layout - learn about various hand and power tools that will can save you time and frustration.
- Wire Sizes and Spacing - Using the wrong wire size can cause layout problems down the road. Plan ahead and use the correct wire for smooth operations.
- Soldering - Learn about soldering track wires to provide a long-lasting physical and electrical connection. Provides helpful tips and cautions when soldering.
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