Product Support for: Starter Sets -> Big Boy (BB)

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The Digitrax Big Boy and Big Boy FX starter sets contained a DT200, DB100a, and an LA1 or LA2 (LocoNet Adapter). The Big Boy was shipped with one of the following mobile decoders, DH83, DH84P, DN94, DN140, DH84FX, DH83FX, DH84, DH140, or DN93FX.

Produced from 1994-1998

3 Articles Found for BB

KB581 BD4 - Connecting to a DS54

  How do I connect the BD4 to the DS54? The BD4 is a block occupancy detection device designed as an add-on device that can take advantage of the LocoNet hosting capability of the DS54 stationary decoder. It is connected in this way: The installation of a BD4 is relatively simple. Looking at the BD4, you will find a 5-point terminal block on one end and two (LED1 and DS1) 10-pin (5x2) headers on the other. There are three termination areas: a) The 5-point terminal block (left) is for the interconnection between the rail power source and the rails. b) ...

KB533 BD4 - Connecting to a DS64

How do I connect a BD4 to a DS64? The BD4 is a block occupancy detection device designed as an add-on device that can take advantage of the LocoNet hosting capability of the DS64 stationary decoder. It is connected in this way: The installation of a BD4 is relatively simple. Looking at the BD4, you will find a 5-point terminal block on one end and two (LED1 and DS1) 10-pin (5x2) headers on the other. There are three termination areas: a) The 5-point terminal block (left) is for the interconnection between the rail power source and the rails. b) The ...

KB1015 Power Xtender Q & A

My sound decoder has a capacitor, why do I need a PX112? The capacitor that came with your Digitrax sound decoder is designed to hold up sound operation in the presence of brief power interruptions.  It is not designed to keep the locomotive’s motor and lights running.  Our ears are very sensitive to sound interruptions so, the capacitor on your sound decoder will prevent most of these drop outs on average quality track.  Most people don’t even notice the small pauses in a locomotive’s movement and the small flashes of the lights when the track power is interrupted.  If you ...