1 - 5 of 5  ::  JOIN  ::  Forum  ::  Info  ::  Next Ring  
Model Railroad Electronics - The Model Railroad Electronics web ring links sites which feature circuits and tutorials of interest to Do-It-Yourselfer

  Forums     Market     Login   Signup

Model Railroad Electronics

Listed in:
Home > Hobbies & Crafts > Models > Trains and Railroads
Manager: fosterrm2
The Model Railroad Electronics web ring links sites which feature circuits and tutorials of interest to Do-It-Yourselfers of all skill levels. Circuits include throttles, DCC systems & add-ons, occupancy detectors, turnout indicators, power supplies, crossing flashers, turnout diode matrix...and much more. Tutorials include Using Old PC Power Supplies, Ohm's Law, CMOS vs. TTL, etc.

Sponsored Links

   Railmodel Electronics and Model Railways Preview Go
Railmodel Electronics, DCC circuits, signaling operation, CAB controllers, my convention clinics, and More! New Zealand NZ120 scale [TTscale] module construction and specifications - Layout photo gallery, rolleston layout.
   Terry Flynn's New Model Railway Page Preview Go
Manually switched DC model railway control includes circuit diagrams
   A-Train Systems - Model Railroad Electronics & Control Preview Go
Presenting A-Track - your DCC Buddy - a powerful extension to complement the facilities of your NCE DCC system, designed for ease of use, and complying with the NMRA's Digital Command Control standards. Although primarily an application running on a Windows computer, A-Track is designed to meet the requirements of model railroaders, rather than computer experts. A range of supporting projects, including an automatic railroad crossing controller is also featured.

   Electronics, Computers and Model Railways Preview Go
This site is dedicated to my interest in the computer control of model railways. It is intended to be a valuable resource for relevant and useful information. The site includes projects for point (switch) control and DCC, amongst others.
   Model Railway Musings Preview Go
Electronics and general model railway tips plus pictures and videos of a number of British-outline layouts, OO, N and T Gauge.

Contact Us | Copyright © 2001-2016 WebRing®, Inc. Terms of Service - Help - Privacy Policy