Digitrax

DCCWiki, a community DCC encyclopedia.
Jump to: navigation, search

Manufacturer: Digitrax


Summary: Manufactures a complete line of DCC products - everything from the power supply to decoders. Digitrax is one of the few manufacturers that has transponding integrated into their complete line of products.

See more Manufacturers
Digitrax DN163.jpg
General information
Phone +1-850-872-9890
Fax +1-850-872-9557
Email
Main URL Main URL
URL to manuals Product Manuals
Address Digitrax, Inc2443 Transmitter RdPanama City, FL 32404-3157USA
Date Opened
Date Closed
Successor
Device Types Booster, Command Station, Mobile Decoder, Other, Power Supply, Stationary Decoder, Throttle

Getting started with Digitrax

For those just getting started with Digitrax products, or want a quick over view, we highly suggest that you read the Digitrax primer. It reviews basics the basics of the Digitrax system so that you can easily compare it with other DCC systems out there.

Products Offered

Digitrax offers a large number of products. Please the Digitrax Products page for details. }}

Description

For those just getting started with Digitrax products, or want a quick over view, we highly suggest that you read the Digitrax primer. It reviews basics the basics of the Digitrax system so that you can easily compare it with other DCC systems out there.

Products Offered

Digitrax offers a large number of products. Please the Digitrax Products page for details.

See Also

References this manufacturer

See more results...

Digitrax FAQs

Q: JMRI and the Digitrax DCS240

If you wish to interface the Digitrax DCS240 command station with a computer running JMRI, there is an excellent support page on the JMRI website

JMRI may be connected to the Digitrax DCS240 in any of a wide variety of ways. Since the DCS240 has a built-in USB interface, it is possible to simply plug a USB cable into the computer and the DCS240, and configure JMRI to suit this connection. It is also possible to use another LocoNet interface device, such as a LocoBuffer-USB, Digitrax PR3 or PR4 to interface a computer to LocoNet, and connect that LocoNet to the DCS240. JMRI does not prefer any one connection method over any other method. Choose one which is suitable for your needs.

Edit FAQ  Related Manufacturer: Digitrax Categories: Command Station, Computer Interface, Programming

Q: Can the UT-4 be upgraded to UT-4R?

According to the Digitrax website, it is possible to upgrade the the UT-4 throttle to a UT-4R (Radio). Contact Digitrax for pricing and details (and then update this with any additional information).

Edit FAQ  Related Manufacturer: Digitrax Categories: Throttle

Q: I cannot Connect to a LNWI

The LocoNet Wireless Interface (LNWI) is limited to four connections.

Unfortunately, it does not release a connection after a period of inactivity by that device. The only way to release the connection so another wireless throttle can be added to the network is by power cycling the LNWI.

If there are only four wireless devices which connect to the LNWI, this limitation is not an issue. When visiting operators use their devices as a wireless throttles, it may not connect, or the connection will remain until the LNWI is powered down.

Edit FAQ Related Articles: Simplex, Duplex and Infrared, Wireless Throttles Related Manufacturer: Digitrax Categories: Throttle Network

See more FAQs!