TF2 Dual Function Decoder with TransponderThis product has been replaced by the Quad DCC Function Decoder with Integrated Transponder (TF4) and is no longer available. Click here to view the TF4.
Dcc Dual Function Decoder with Transponder supports 2 function outputs as well as transporting, great for adding lighting features to your rolling stock.
Retired in 2003
Two 125mA function outputs for lights or other functions (Peak rating is 250mA)
Each function output can be operated independently
Supports Both 2 Digit & 4 Digit Address Modes
Programmable from DCC compatible equipment
Configurable Strobe feature lets you simulate flashing lights on locos like
FRED, Strobes, Mars Lights, etc.
Programmable strobe effect & rate of lighting effects
Integrated Digitrax DCC Transponder
Can be used as a stand alone transponder or added to a unit that already has a non-transponding DCC decoder
Compatible with Digitrax DCC Transponding Systems
Can be used as a function only decoder with transponding enabled or disabled
- Wired (read more)
Decoders with wires provided for hooking up the decoder in the locomotive. If wires are not provided for hooking up functions, solder pads are provided to allow you to access those functions by adding wires.
Digitrax Mobile Decoder Wire Colors
What the wires are for
Power Pick-up Right (Engineer's Side)
Power Pick-up Left (Fireman's Side)
Motor + Right Brush
Motor – Left Brush
White w/ Yellow Stripe
White w/ Green Stripe
White w/ Blue Stripe
Note: DH82 & DN92 decoders, some of the very first decoders produced by Digitrax used a different wiring color code. Please check decoder spec sheets for the wire colors that were used with these decoders.
- Function Outputs
- 2 (read more)
2 function decoders support F0 Forward and F0 Reverse. This allows for reversing headlights or for two separate functions.
How functions are numbered:
F0 (FWD) White
F0 (REV) Yellow
The Blue wire is Lamp Common to allow for continuous lamp operation.
F4 White with Yellow Stripe
F5 White with Green Stripe
F6 White with Blue Stripe
and so one are each counted as one function. This is an industry wide convention.
- Replaced by