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Wiring a Traverser for DC Analogue
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 Posted: 12 Nov 2017 06:12
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Second picture doesn’t seem to be complete Gormo ?
Ah that’s better it loaded up correctly now:thumbs:

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Thanks Kimbo,

It may be teething problems with the new system.?????.....who knows.?????

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Cheers Gormo got my rotary switch to do (dc) after the track is laid.

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No worries Ian.

One favor has helped two people......bonus...:thumbs:

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I'd go for the rotary switch version - as only 1 track can be live at a time, with the switches there's a chance of two or more being live :eek: :eek:

The contact rating for rotary switch should be ok for OO and smaller, but may need either a higher rated rotary switch, or drive a relay for each out put.

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