Reviews about digital hardware, and other electronic stuff.
An accessory decoder that promises to control everything (turnouts, lights, signals…). I wanted to have a look! Read more
Quick overview of 2 cheap decoders that can come quite handy in N-scale cars: the Tams FD-R basic and DH FH05A. Read more
Want to program decoders more easily, with your computer? Here is the SPROG 2. Read more
Here is my experience with 2 different Loconet detectors. Read more
What can you do with an ESU ECoS II DCC command station, apart from controlling trains? Let’s have a look at this station from another point of view: connectivity. Read more
The Uhlenbrock MARCo module (art. 68500) combines Railcom (the EU-Centered Train-ID technology) and Loconet (the US / Digitrax multipurpose bus). Read more
With HO – or N as I am – you may often use tracks with standard switch motors. I have some Fleischmann N switches, but they are hidden. On visible parts of my layout, I am using... Read more
This is a quick overview of the fixed DCC decoder by TrainModules, a Hungarian manufacturer that has been distributed by Conrad in Germany for more than a year. This decoder is what I call a... Read more
As I mentioned in a recent post, I have recently switched from S88 to Loconet train detection. However, I didn’t want to buy new Loconet detection modules. It would have been expensive... Read more
Checking out the ESU Lokprogrammer to change ESU decoder settings and sounds. Read more
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