Detection & Signaling
The BDL168 is a cost effective LocoNet Occupancy Detector for 16 detection sections. Lets you know when detection sections of your layout are occupied. When used in conjunction with one or two RX4 transponder detectors it operates up to 8 transponding zones and operations mode read back. Know what is where on your layout!
When used in conjunction with the DS64 or SE8C the BD4 provides LocoNet detection for 4 occupancy detection sections. BD4 lets you know which detection sections of your layout are occupied by locos and rolling stock. Not recommended for layouts using "supersonic" decoders unless the "supersonic" feature is turned off in all decoders.
RD2 Remote Sensing Diodes for BDL16 series occupancy detectors
The RX4 is a 4 zone transponder detector for use with Digitrax occupancy detection systems. The RX4 enables you to not only see what blocks are occupied but also identifies what is there.
Materials for making 2 Signal Driver Cables for SE8C. Includes 30’of 10-wire Signal Driver ribbon cable & 8 10-Pin sockets.
SE8C Plug 'N Play Signal Decoder make it easy to add prototypical signaling to your layout. The SE8C can drive as many as 32 signal heads with many popular LED signal types. It can also be used to control up to 8 slow motion turnout machines as either turnout control or control for semaphore type signals. Easy modular Plug 'N Play and additional accessories make it simple to add signaling to your layout.
Includes 3 Signal Masts that can be used as Signal Mast Bases in any scale or can be painted and detailed and used as N-scale signal masts.
Under layout mounting hardware for Signal Driver Cables and their sockets. 6 metal signal straps and 6 signal spacers. These handy bits of hardware hold your signal plugs at just the right distance from the layout to make it easy to plug in your signals.
Includes 2 terminal strip boards with resistors for easy installation. Each terminal strip board can handle from 1 to 4 signal heads. Use this interface instead of Signal Mast Bases when you already have signals installed on your layout. Simply run the wires from your existing signals to the terminals on the TSMK and plug your Signal Driver Cable in on the plug provided.
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