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Starter Sets

  • MultiMaus Train Sets - Roco changes the contents of its starter sets each year, with a range of prototypes being available for both HO and HOe. However, aside from the changing train and track content, the actual DCC equipment remains the same:
  • 10810 MultiMaus
  • 10764 Amplifier (Combined command station/booster)
  • 10725 Transformer, multilingual manual and a DCC equipped locomotive.
  • LokMaus Train Sets - Although these are no longer produced by Roco, they are still readily available. The contents are similar to the MultiMaus train sets, but the throtttle is the less powerful LokMaus.

Example of a budget MultiMaus train set

Example of a premium MultiMaus start set

Command Station



The 10764 is an All-in-One command station/booster. It is the core of any Roco Digital system.


  • Command Station/Booster All-in-One
  • Up to 99 addresses at one time
  • 2/4 Digit Addressing
  • 3.2 Amps output
  • 2 XpressNet ports (RJ12)
  • 9999 Locomotive Addresses
  • 1024 Turnout Addresses

Page in Roco online catalogue




The 10765 is a Booster.


  • Booster
  • 3.2 Amps
  • Connects to 10764 by RJ12 cable

Page in Roco online catalogue

Mobile Decoders


  • 1.1 Amp Max continuous load
  • 2/4 Digit Adressing
  • 4 functions @ 180mA each, 350mA total
  • 14/27/28/128 Speed Steps
  • NMRA 8 pin plug
  • Dimensions: 26.5x16x6.5mm
  • Overload protection
  • Switching mode (half speed)
  • Back EMF


Many locomotives in the Roco range are available factory fitted with ESU LokSound decoders. In addition, a 'circuit board' style decoder is fitted to some train set locomotives, such as the economy ("Playtime") BR218.

Stationary Decoders


Summary of features:

  • Operates eight turnouts.
  • Solenoid (snap) machines
  • Signals can be controlled using a double coil relay
  • Overload protected
  • Address range 1-256


Turnout decoder and drive for Roco RocoLINE track with roadbed. Simply clips to the underside of the turnout, and draws its required power direct from the track.

  • Address range 1-256


Turnout decoder for individual turnouts. For use geoLINE track.


Signal module. Controls two signals with four aspects each. Can be automated, and work in conjuction with 10779 braking generator.

Detection and Signaling


Feedback Module

For use with 10785 Rocomotion software and interface. 8 inputs. Up to 16 may be used on one layout.




  • Programmable loco names (5 digits)
  • 2/4 digit addressing
  • 1,024 turnouts
  • 14/27/28/128 speed steps
  • Multilingual display
  • Backlit LCD screen
  • Controls functions F0 to F20
  • Centre off knob control
  • XpressNet device; has RJ12 socket so cable can be removed

MultiMaus simulator and manual

LokMaus - Discontinued. Used different cab bus to subsequent Roco throttles

Lokmaus 2 Discontinued

  • 2 Digit addressing
  • F0-F4
  • 14/27/28/128 speed steps
  • LED display
  • XpressNet device

LokMaus R3 Discontinued.

  • 2 Digit addressing
  • F0-F4
  • 14/27/28/128 speed steps
  • LED display
  • XpressNet device

Other control devices

  • 10772 RouteControl For control and programming of solenoid turnout decoders
  1. Controls up to 256 turnouts
  2. 32 Programmable routes

Power Management

  • 10769 Digital terminal loop module - Lenz LK100 sold by Roco.

Details on Lenz website

Computer Control

  1. 9999 locomotive addresses
  2. 1024 turnout addresses
  3. Control of light and 20 additional functions for locomotives
  4. (Automatic) Passing control between computer and multiMAUS
  5. Transfer of the locomotive library from the computer to the multiMAUS
  6. When the automatic mode is on, Rocomotion locks the turnouts on the route to avoid collisions
  7. Programming of long addresses
  8. Supports POM (Programming on the Main)

See Also

  • Roco - General article on Roco.