Caveat - I'm an electrical numpty but can wire a 12v DC model railway and make it work. However.....as I'm about to rebuild Setforth Junction I'm taking the opportunity to upgrade the control panel and the controllers to get better smooth running. So I'm going to invest in Gaugemaster DS series controller, and a HF2 track cleaning unit, but also want to put a panel meter in to monitor current. Gaugemaster tell me I would fry the ammeter with the HF2, so I could put a DPDT switch in to operate either the HF2 or the ammeter. Does anyone else use an HF1 or 2 with an ammeter, and if so how have you done it? Whilst most trains on the up or down lines run the same way they do occasionally run in both directions - and of course the sidings and branch do too on a more regular basis. On another thread in this section I can see a link to an Australian site where multi directional ammeters are available and there is also China. However I would rather purchase in the UK – any UK members able to point me in the right direction as trawling Google, Amazon and E Bay is proving fruitless unless I want to spend £40 plus. Or is there another way I’ve missed? BTW DCC is not an option.