DCC

Digital Command Control (DCC) is the term for a system to operate model railways digitally. When a model railway is fitted with DCC it enables locomotives on the same electrical section of track to be independently controlled.

Fine-tuning a digital decoder to suit driving or operating requirements can seem confusing. We guide you through ...

21/08/2019

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Digitrains has been trading for nearly 15 years from its Lincolnshire base. You meet them at exhibitions up and ...

14/08/2019

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We tackle all things DCC in our online article, where we aim to dispel some of the myths surrounding DCC. ...

23/05/2019

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How difficult is it to convert a locomotive to DCC? We asked Phil Parker to find out

22/04/2019

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We explain why computer control can make operation of your DCC layout easier, highlighting Bachmann’s flagship ...

14/04/2019

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You're new to model railways, but already you're hit with technical terms – 'DC' or 'DCC'? Here's everything you ...

08/04/2019

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Setting up a DCC decoder properly can be simple, as as we prove in this easy-to-follow tutorial. ...

24/10/2018

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We show you how to fit DCC Sound into an N gauge Dapol GWR ‘Hall’ 4-6-0. ...

24/10/2018

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Watch these basic tips on working with wire to help you wire your layout in both DC and DCC. ...

06/09/2018

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