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BLOCKsignalling manufactures low-cost control systems for model rail enthusiasts, which are designed to be highly flexible and sophisticated whilst being simple to install, configure and use.

 


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New Module for Sequenced Operations

Want to shuffle up locos in a fiddle yard?  Or use one train arriving at a station to despatch another?  How about routing trains automatically, or stopping trains at a station for random waiting times?

All of these and many more functions are possible using the new M1 linked module.  Each module can be triggered remotely, perform a task, and then signal to another module that its task is completed.

By linking several modules together, sequences of tasks can be completed one after another.

Read about the full capabilities by downloading the instructions.

 

 

New Traffic Lights for OO and N Gauge

We have now added some pre-built traffic lights to our range, available as a set of two traffic lights and the BLOCKsignalling TLC2A traffic light module.

The signals are available in 30mm and 45mm heights and contain miniature red, amber and green leds.  Very easy to wire with only four connections.

Having a module with a wide range of input voltages means you can pick up a supply from virtually anywhere on your layout.

Available in our shop.

 

 

Shortform Catalogue

Our new catalogue carries details of our most popular products in one easy to access document.

BLOCKsignalling Product Catalogue 2016

 

New Shuttle with Automatic Points Operation PTS1

Shuttles are great for adding a backdrop to a layout, but for a bit more variety, we have introduced one which can the operate points before the train departs.

This means that you can have different trains leaving a yard each time, or a station with a couple of platforms where each train takes it in turns to depart.

Each points output can drive at least three points, so you can even have a mid station with an island platform.

The only limit is your imagination.

BLOCKsignalling PTS1 Automatic Shuttle for Points Motors

Further information.

 

Newly Released Track Voltage Tester

For quick and easy tests to see if there are poor connections or voltage drops, the Trackmeter2 has three leds to clearly indicate if there is sufficient voltage available.

BLOCKsignalling Trackmeter2

You can find out more details here.

 

 

 

Announcing our new Train Detector

If you want a quick and easy way to locate trains on your layout, to operate leds or simple 2-aspect signals, you might want to have a look at the BOD2-RLY.

This compact train detector uses an infra-red sensor to detect locomotives and rolling-stock, and when detected it operates a built-in relay.

You can use the relay contacts to operate panel indications, simple 2-aspect signals, or connect it to computer systems.

BLOCKsignalling BOD2-RLY train detector

For further information, see full details.

 

New Signal Modules with Pre-Wired Sensors

We recently introduced the ASP1B as the first of our new range of boards with pre-wired sensors.

These plug-and-play boards allow the quick installation of sensors under the track, with the control board located in any convenient position nearby.

The ASP1B (for Common-Cathode signals) is now joined by the ASP2B for Common-Anode signals - so now both UK and Continental signals are covered.

These modules include all the new features of fading between aspects and the ability to power the modules from virtually any supply (8V to 25V DC, 8V to 16V AC, or DCC feed from the track or DCC power bus).

BLOCKsignalling ASP1B

More information can be found on the ASP1B product page and ASP2B product page.

 

 

New Servo Controller with optional Frog Switching SRV4

Our newly released servo controller can operate up to four servo motors between their start and stop position whenever an input is switched.

You can control servos from switches, push buttons, DCC Accessory Decoders, or from a Wired Pen.

There are outputs to drive signals and control panel leds.

Also in-built are outputs to drive optional relays that can be used to switch the points frog polarity automatically as the servo passes its mid-position.

BLOCKsignalling SRV4

More information on the SRV4.

 

 

Sequence Controller for Led Effects SEQ1

If you have led effects like arc welders, or emergency vehicles with flashing lights, you probably don't want them running all the time.

Our sequence controller randomly operates individual effects to create more realism and add interest.

Five of the output channels are pre-programmed with suitable timings, whilst the sixth is permanently on allowing the module to provide a stabilised power supply to each effect.

One or more effects can be wired to a channel and they will operate together.

For more information, see the SEQ1 page.

 

 

 

New DCC Shuttle with Station Stop BLOCKsignalling SDCC1

Most are familiar with DC shuttles where you have a single adjustment on the module to set the waiting time at each end of the line and diodes fixed across track breaks stop the train until the current is reversed by the module allowing the train to move off in the opposite direction.

We have wanted for a long time to replicate this for DCC locomotives, using their built in momentum settings to provide very realistic braking and acceleration.

We have also included a station stop function, so you can have one or more stations along your line and the locomotive will shuttle forwards and backwards along the line, stopping at the intermediate stations.

BLOCKsignalling SDCC1 Shuttle & Station Stop

You can find more information on the SDCC1's page.

 

 

 

New DC Shuttle with built-in Controller, Station Stop and Acceleration & Deceleration

Based on our SS2A, a shuttle with built-in throttle, the SS2-BR operates a train back and forth along a line, with smooth deceleration at the end of the line to a standstill.

After a waiting time (adjustable), the train then accelerates off smoothly in the opposite direction.

One or more stations can optionally be added on the route, and the train will gently slow to a stop at the station, before moving off again.

All settings are adjustable (train speed, waiting times, rate of acceleration and deceleration, whether times are random or fixed, etc).

BLOCKsignalling SAS2-BR

For more information on the features of the SAS2-BR, see here.

 

 

New DC Shuttle with built-in Throttle

The SS2A operates like a simple DC shuttle, reversing the current periodically to run a train backwards and forwards along a length of track, with the train stopping as it crosses diodes connected across track breaks at each end.

The difference with the SS2A is that it has a built-in DC throttle, so you only need to connect a 12V DC plug-in power supply.

There are adjustments for speed and delay time right on the PCB itself.  Quiet, compact and reliable + easy to wire.

BLOCKsignalling SS2A

Full information about connecting up and operation here.

 

 

 

DCC Autoreverser REV1

Not to be confused with DCC Shuttles, the DCC Autoreverser is used to simplify the wiring of reversing loops, wye track layouts and turntables.

In these configurations at some point the rail of one polarity needs to connect to the rail of the opposite polarity.  This cannot happen without rail breaks or insulated rail joiners.

The problem comes when the train crosses the break - the booster output is then short circuited and shuts down.

The BLOCKsignalling DCC Autoreverser overcomes this by detecting the short and reversing the track polarity in a fraction of a second, before the booster or loco has a chance to notice.

BLOCKsignalling REV1 DCC Autoreverser

Further information on the DCC Autoreverser page.

 

 

Frog Juicer FROG1

There are many ways to power the frog on a DCC layout, the part of a set of points where the flange of the wheel can pass through the running rails on either the through or diverging route.  It is important that the frog has the correct polarity, otherwise a short circuit will occur which will shut down the booster.

One of the quickest and easiest methods is to use a frog juicer.  This connects to the running rails and to the frog, and constantly checks the frog polarity whilst trains pass through the points.  If ever the polarity is incorrect, the frog juicer swaps the polarity in a fraction of a second.
BLOCKsignalling FROG1 DCC Frog Juicer

For a full explanation, see our Frog Juicer page.

 

 

 

Simple Shuttles for DC Layouts

BLOCKsignalling has two models of simple shuttle, each designed to operate a train on a DC layout back and forth along a section of line.

At the end of the line, a diode (included) is fitted across a track gap, and this stops the train until the current is reversed by the module.  This can be varied up to 10 minutes using a simple adjustment.

BLOCKsignalling SS1

Available in two versions, the SS1 which uses fixed delays on each run, and the SS1-R which varies the delay slightly on each run to provide a more random timetable.  Suitable for N, OO and HO gauges.

 

 

 

Capacitor Discharge Units with Ready Indication

For points motors to operate reliably a voltage of around 15V is necessary.  This voltage has to be sustained for the fraction of a second required for the points to move over their complete range.  During this time they will draw about 4A.

This is where a Capacitor Discharge Unit comes into play, particularly when operating several points at the same time.  The capacitors on the board are charged by the supply in less than a second, and when required can provide the very high current necessary to operate the points motors with a firm snap action.  This allows you to use a comparatively small power supply (typically rated at 2A).

 

Following the operation of the points, further current flow is inhibited until the points switch is released.  This prevents points motors burning out if the points are left operated for any length of time.

The BLOCKsignalling CDU4R has a red led on the PCB that lights when the capacitors are charged to 15V and above. Knowing the state of the charge on the capacitors is useful to confirm correct supply connection and to show that the capacitors are charged sufficiently.  The led will also indicate if a points switch has inadvertently been left operated.  

We have added two new CDUs to our range, each with a 5mm red led designed to be fitted to control panels.  This lights as soon as the CDU has charged to 15V and is ready again to fire points.

 

 

 

New Track Polarity Indicator TKM1

Just a little something to make our lives easier.

With DC layouts, the loco will move forward when the right-hand rail is positive compared to the left-hand rail.  The BLOCKsignalling TKM1 Mini Trackmeter can be held against the rails, and will light an led next to an arrow to indicate the direction the locomotive will move.

BLOCKsignalling TKM1

Suitable for N, OO and HO gauges.

 

 

 

New Traffic Light Modules TLC1A & TLC2A with Fading

Modern traffic lights almost exclusively employ led technology, and so instantly switch between each colour.  Up until about 10 years ago, filament lamps were used, and these turn-on and turn-off over a short time as the filament heats and cools.  

The software in the BLOCKsignalling traffic light controllers provides a similar action when model traffic led lights are connected to the module.  We have made the timings of the dimming adjustable if you wish to vary the settings, or you can turn the dimming on or off as you wish.

In fact you can adjust all the settings, to change the red time, to alter the led brightness, to adjust the dimming rate, etc.  All very simple to do.  We have also added some presets, so you can use the module straight out of the box.  Most users will probably stick to these.

An added bonus is that the modules can now be powered from a wide range of sources, and accept 8V to 25V DC, 8V to 16V AC, or the modules can be powered from the DCC bus.

The TLC1A is designed for traffic lights wired as common-cathode (common-negative).

The TLC2A is designed for traffic lights wired as common-anode (common-positive).

 

 

 

Newly Released Level Crossing Controller

We often receive enquiries about operating our LCS6 Level Crossing module with multiple tracks and with trains running in both directions.  This is possible, but not straightforward.

Our newly released LCS6B makes this very easy to accomplish.  Detecting traction current, it can monitor many tracks for the presence of DC or DCC trains.  Whenever one arrives, it operates the flashing lights, plays a real sound sample and operates gates or barriers using the included servos.

BLOCKsignalling LCS6B

For further detailed information, see here.

 

 

 

Our new Semaphore Signal Module

If you operate Dapol signals, or have researched adding them to your layout, then you will know the options for automation are limited.

We have now added the DAP1A to our range, which allows automatic triggering of semaphore signals as soon as the model train passes over the infra-red sensor.

BLOCKsignalling DAP1A

 

 

 

 

Low Cost Train Detection (even in Tunnels)

We are often asked if our DET8 (8-channel Train Detector) can be used in tunnels.  Unfortunately, as it uses photocells for detection which need a light source to operate, this is not possible.

Customers who run their models in the dark, making use of modern led lights on their layouts, are also looking for reliable train detection.

To satisfy these requirements, and to add a non-soldering module to our range (always liked !), we have designed the BOD2-NS.

Very easy to install, the module is able to drive control panel leds and a small relay.  You can read all about its features here.

 

 

 

Fading Aspects

There are some excellent replica model signals now available which would grace any layout, some requiring very deep pockets, but are practically works of art.

Until now signal controllers have not kept up - simply switching between aspects.

If you have observed the operation of signals where the aspects contain filament lamps, you will know the characteristic dimming out and fading up which takes place over 1/4 of a second or so as the filament cools and heats up.

On our latest range of infra-red triggered controllers have added fading of the leds, which you can adjust to suit.  You can have the slowest of fading, or instant switching; its your choice.

model railway led signal fading aspects

Adjustable fading is available on the SPAD1, ASP1A, ASP1-NS and ASP2A modules, which also have adjustable times when all the leds are off to simulate point interlocks, etc.

 

 

 

Points Position Indicator (PPI)

The BLOCKsignalling Points Position Indicator provides an easy way to monitor the position of points on a layout, using red and green leds which can be mounted on a control panel.

BLOCKsignalling PPI4

Solenoid points motors provide a low-cost and effective method of operating points, and as long as wiring with a decent cross-section is used and a Capacitor Discharge Unit (CDU) is provided, they are pretty much trouble free.

However, once the points have been operated, it is not clear then to recall their position.

The BLOCKsignalling PPI monitors the brief voltage pulses used to operate the points and updates leds which can be mounted on a control panel to indicate the last points operation.

Each points movement is stored in memory, even when the power is turned off.

 

 

 

 

New Light Aspect Signal Controller ASP1-NS

Following the success of our easy-to-wire Semaphore Signal Controller, we are now offering the same convenient method of driving light signals.

The ASP1-NS (NS standing for No Soldering) allows you to add automation and simplify wiring when installing light signals to your model railway layout.

Whether you are operating 2-, 3- or 4-aspect signals, the controller will simplify the wiring and allow you to run your signals off a variety of input voltages rather than just from 12V DC (you can now use the accessory output from your DC throttle, or even use power from the DCC rails).

We have added smooth transitions between the aspects to give the effect of tungsten lamp bulbs, but as usual with our products, you can adjust all the timings and fading rates if you wish to suit your own preferences.

BLOCKsignalling ASP1-NS

For more information on installing this module, see our page dedicated to the ASP1-NS.

 

 

 

Signal Controller for Bidirectional Lines DAP4-BR

Controlling signals on lines with bidirectional running can be problematic, so we have developed the DAP4-BR for DC layouts.

This module monitors the polarity of the current drawn by a loco and only operates the signal when a train approaches the signal from the front.

Compatible with semaphore and 2-aspect signals.

BLOCKsignalling DAP4-BR Voltage Polarity Signal Controller

For more information on installing this module, see our page dedicated to the DAP4-BR.

 

 

 

New Semaphore Signal Controller DAP1-NS

Our DAP1 semaphore signal controller is used by 100's of modellers to automatically operate their semaphore signals.  The train passes over an infra-red sensor to trigger the signal.  This works very well but requires connecting up and possibly some soldering as well.

We were keen to provide a solution that would simply work straight of the packet, without the need for soldering, programming or making any additional connections.  So here it is.

BLOCKsignalling DAP1-NS Dapol Signal GWR LMS Control Module

 

The four wires from the signal connect directly to the four terminals on the module, with the power feed doubling up on two of the terminals.

The sensor is then inserted into an 8mm hole drilled through under the track.  With the power on, the approaching train will trigger the signal, and the signal will automatically revert to danger after the train has passed.

Dapol Signal Wiring Diagram

For more information on using this simple module, see our page dedicated to the DAP1-NS.

 

 

 

Station Stop Module SSM1

Model Railway Station Stop

We have designed the Station Stop Module to operate a DC train around a loop, stopping automatically at the station platform.  A pair of sensors ensure that the trains stop at the appropriate point at the platform, irrespective of the direction that the train arrives from.

The waiting time at the platform is adjustable, and can be set to random to provide a very realistic operation.  There are plenty of options for adjusting the operation to suit, including connecting control panel leds or 2-aspect signals.

For further information, see the dedicated page about the SSM1.

 

 

 

Fully Automatic Level Crossing Module LCS6

We have been working tirelessly to provide smooth movement on our top of the range level crossing, the LCS6.  The servo operation lowers the barriers or operate the gates with the most realistic movement possible.  The simple programming allows sequential or overlapping operation of the gates or barriers to replicate the real article.

Also built-in are 18 of the most varied level crossing sounds, enabling you to model UK, continental, Asian and American crossings with the most realistic effects.  There are bells, gongs, Yodalarm sounders, and others from all around the world, so there is certain to be one to suit.

Finally, warning led lights can be connected to show the yellow and flashing reds common in the UK, but can also be set to display various alternatives commonly found around the world.

There is a full page dedicated to the operation of the module, including the simple programming of the lights, barriers and sounds here.

 

 

 

New Arrival: 8-Channel Train Detectors

Here is a sneak preview of our new 8-channel train detectors.

If you need detection in a number of locations, the cost can soon mount up.  Our 8-channel detector is designed to provide sophisticated detection at low cost per monitoring point.

Fully flexible features and easily programmable.

8 channel train detector BLOCKsignalling

 

 

 

Model Rail Shuttle Module with Infra-Red Detectors

We already have a couple of model rail shuttles in our range, but really wanted to add infra-red train detection.  This allows any train to be detected without needing modification.

Infra-red detectors are located at both ends of a length of track, and automatically detect trains as they pass overhead.

Relays on the module stop the train, and after a period of time, reverse the track polarity to send the train back up the line.

We have added interest by allowing different delays at each end of the line (1 to 240 seconds), and that time can be either fixed or random.

There is also the option to connect leds to show the status of the module (these can be positioned on a control panel), or to connect simple 2-aspect light signals which change to allow the train to depart.

Infra red Triggered Shuttle BLOCKsignalling SAS2-IR

Lots of options for both DC locos and DCC locos set to run on DC.

See our page on the Infra-Red Shuttle SAS2-IR for information and ideas.

 

 

Infra-Red Triggered Points Controller

We love driving trains, but sometimes it is great to add a bit of extra interest by running other trains in the background or let them look after themselves while you are concentrating on some shunting.

A train running round and around the same track soon draws attention to itself, in all the wrong ways.  When used with facing points, our points controller can reroute trains on to alternative tracks, either randomly, or just a proportion of trains.  Perhaps set it up to send every fourth train on to a different line, or to randomly send trains to sidings (you can stop them with diodes or dead track).

 

points controller cdu

Alternatively, use it with trailing points to automatically select the points to match approaching trains.  If you have trains in sidings, as you run them towards the main line, the points will automatically route them.

 

Plenty of possibilities for both DC and DCC layouts.

Checkout our page on the Infra-Red Points Controller (IRP1) for more ideas and full details.

 

 

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Product Videos

Videos

To help understand how our products operate and are configured, we have some video help files. You can view these in HD if you have a fast connection.

An Introduction to our Approach

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How to Change Parameters

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Using the BLOCKsignalling Level Crossing Controller with Sound Recorder

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Performing a Factory Reset

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BLOCKsignalling Semaphore Signal Controller on Dapol Home Signal

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BLOCKsignalling 2-,3- and 4-Aspect Light Signal Controller

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Help

Troubleshooting Infra-Red Triggering

Infra-red triggering offers a convenient and highly reliable method of detecting rolling stock. This document provides help if infra-red triggering is not operating as expected.

Download: Troubleshooting Infra-Red Triggering Systems.

 

 

Help with your Shuttle

If you are have questions about shuttle operation, this guide should help.

 

 

Fleischmann 6205/9205 Signal Wiring Information

Here is some connection information for the Fleischmann 6205/9205 signals. These have a built in filament lamp which shines through the red and green aspects, and a dual coil solenoid to operate the signal arm. These are very well made, although the manufacturer's user instruction sheet is a little difficult to follow (found here).

We have experimented with these signal and have produced a separate instruction leaflet:

Download: Fleischmann 6205 and 9205 Wiring Information.

 

 

 

Veismann 4500 Semaphore Signals

Veismann 4500 HO Semaphore Signal Wiring Information

Veismann semaphore signals appear similar to the Fleischmann signals, but the wiring differs. The following document has the details.

Download: Veismann 4500 Instructions and Wiring Information

 

Documentation on Building Level Crossing Signals

Part 1: Constructing the Warning Lamps

Part 2: Adding lamps to the Barriers

Part 3: Barrier Lowering Mechanism

 

Common-Anode and Common-Cathode Signal Wiring

There is often misunderstanding about the wiring of led signals, and this document shows the differences in wiring between the two types of wiring used.

Led Wiring Document

Documentation

 

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File 17FF6A.pdf Aspect Controller ASP1 17FF6A.pdf 17F F6A User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller on PCB marked ver 17F using firmware F6A. Common Cathode.
File 51BF6Y.pdf Aspect Controller ASP1A 51BF6Y.pdf 51B F6Y User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller on PCB marked ver 51B using firmware F6Y. Common Cathode.
File 99EF6E.pdf Aspect Controller ASP1A 99EF6E.pdf 99E F6E User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller on PCB marked ver 99E using firmware F6E. Common Cathode.
File 51EF6Z.pdf Aspect Controller ASP1B 51EF6Z.pdf 51D or 51E F6Z User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller on PCB marked ver 51D or 51E using firmware F6Z. Common Cathode.
File 51GF6E.pdf Aspect Controller ASP1B 51GF6E.pdf 51G F6E User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller on PCB marked ver 51G using firmware F6E. Common Cathode.
File 99FF6H.pdf Aspect Controller ASP1B 99FF6H.pdf 99F F6H User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller on PCB marked ver 99F using firmware F6H. Common Cathode.
File 58DF6V.pdf Aspect Controller ASP1-NS 58DF6V.pdf 58D, 58F, and 58G F6V User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller on PCB marked ver 58D, 58F, and 58G using firmware F6A. Common Cathode.
File 58GF6Y.pdf Aspect Controller ASP1-NS 58GF6Y.pdf 58G F6Y User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller on PCB marked ver 58G using firmware F6Y. Common Cathode.
File 00NF6A.pdf Aspect Controller ASP2 00NF6A.pdf 00N F6A User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller on PCB marked ver 00N using firmware F6A. Common Anode.
File 52BF6Y.pdf Aspect Controller ASP2A 52BF6Y.pdf 52B F6Y User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller on PCB marked ver 52B using firmware F6Y. Common Anode.
File 100EF1Z.pdf Aspect Controller ASP2A 100EF1Z.pdf 100 E F1Z User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller on PCB marked ver 100E using firmware F1Z. Common Anode.
File 100GF1Z.pdf Aspect Controller ASP2A 100GF1Z.pdf 100 E F1Z User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller on PCB marked ver 100G using firmware F1Z. Common Anode.
File 100EF8Z.pdf Aspect Controller ASP2B 100EF8Z.pdf 100B,D and E F8Z User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller on PCB marked ver 100B, 100D and 100E using firmware F8Z. Common Anode.
File 100FF9A.pdf Aspect Controller ASP2B 100FF9A.pdf -- F9A User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller using firmware F9A. Common Anode.
File 102CF6Y.pdf Aspect Controller ASP2-NS 102CF6Y.pdf 102 F6Y User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller on PCB marked ver 102 using firmware F6Y. Common Anode.
File 105HF6E.pdf Plug & Play Signal Controller ASP1C 105HF6E.pdf 105H F6E User Instructions for our Infra-Red triggered Model Railway Signals Controller on PCB marked ver 105H using firmware F6E.
File 81EF1A.pdf Autoreverser REV1 81EF1A.pdf 81E F1A User Instructions for our DCC Autoreverser on PCB marked ver 81E using firmware F1A.
File 81HF1E.pdf Autoreverser REV1mini 81HF1E.pdf 81H F1E User Instructions for our DCC Autoreverser on PCB marked ver 81H using firmware F1E.
File 18DF1A.pdf Block Occupancy Detector BOD1 18DF1A.pdf 18D --- User Instructions for our Block Occupancy Detector (BOD1) which is triggered by track current. The PCB is marked ver 18D and the firmware is version F1A.
File 00NF7B.pdf Block Occupancy Detector BOD2 009F7B.pdf 9 F7B User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Block Occupancy Detector (BOD2) on PCB marked ver 9 using firmware F7B.
File 67AF1A.pdf Block Occupancy Detector BOD2-NS 67AF1A.pdf 67A F1A User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Block Occupancy Detector (BOD2-NS) on PCB marked ver 67A using firmware F1A.
File 106BF1A.pdf Block Occupancy Detector BOD2-RLY 106BF1A.pdf 106B F1A User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Block Occupancy Detector (BOD2-RLY) on PCB marked ver 106b using firmware F1A.
File 106BF1C.pdf Block Occupancy Detector BOD2-RLY 106BF1C.pdf 106B or 106C F1C User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Block Occupancy Detector (BOD2-RLY) on PCB marked ver 106B or 106C using firmware F1C.
File 106BF1D.pdf Block Occupancy Detector BOD2-RLY 106BF1D.pdf 106B or 106C F1D User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Block Occupancy Detector (BOD2-RLY) on PCB marked ver 106B or 106C using firmware F1D.
File 106GF1E.pdf Block Occupancy Detector BOD2-RLY 106GF1E.pdf 106 F1E User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Block Occupancy Detector (BOD2-RLY) using firmware F1E.
File 106BF1E.pdf Block Occupancy Detector BOD4-RLY 106BF1E.pdf 106B F1E User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Block Occupancy Detector (BOD4-RLY) on PCB marked ver 106 using firmware F1E.
File 90DF1W.pdf DCC Shuttle and Station Stop SDCC1 90DF1W.pdf 690D F1W User Instructions for our DCC Shuttle and Station Stop SDCC1 on PCB marked ver 90D using firmware F1W.
File 33DF1L.pdf 8-Channel Train Detector DET8 33DF1L.pdf 33D F1L User Instructions for our 8-Channel Train Detector (Photoelectric) on PCB marked ver 33D using firmware F1L.
File 33KF1L.pdf 8-Channel Train Detector DET8 33KF1L.pdf 33K F1L User Instructions for our 8-Channel Train Detector (Photoelectric) on PCB marked ver 33K using firmware F1L.
File 82EF1A.pdf Frog Juicer 82EF1A.pdf 82E F1A User Instructions for our Automatic Frog Juicer on PCB marked ver 82E using firmware F1A.
File 82HF1C.pdf Frog Juicer 82HF1C.pdf 82H F1C User Instructions for our Automatic Frog Juicer on PCB marked ver 82H using firmware F1C.
File 82RF1C.pdf FROGmini Juicer 82RF1C.pdf 82Q,82R F1C User Instructions for our Automatic Frog Juicer on PCB marked ver 82Q and 82R using firmware F1C.
File 30GF1A.pdf Infra-Red Points Controller IRP1 30GF1A.pdf 30G F1A User Instructions for our Infra-Red Triggered Points Controller (IRP1) on PCB marked ver 30G using firmware F1A.
File 30MF1S.pdf Infra-Red Points Controller IRP1 30MF1S.pdf 30L & 30M F1S User Instructions for our Infra-Red Triggered Points Controller (IRP1) on PCB marked ver 30L or 30M using firmware F1S.
File 30MF1Tpdf Infra-Red Points Controller IRP1 30MF1T.pdf 30L & 30M F1T User Instructions for our Infra-Red Triggered Points Controller (IRP1) on PCB marked ver 30L or 30M using firmware F1T.
File 30MF1Vpdf Infra-Red Points Controller IRP1 30MF1V.pdf 30L & 30M F1V User Instructions for our Infra-Red Triggered Points Controller (IRP1) on PCB marked ver 30L or 30M using firmware F1V.
File 30EF1Xpdf Infra-Red Points Controller IRP1 30EF1X.pdf 30L & 30M F1X User Instructions for our Infra-Red Triggered Points Controller (IRP1) on PCB marked ver 30L or 30M using firmware F1X.
File 12PF2A.pdf Level Crossing LCS1 12PF2A.pdf 12P F2A User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Level Crossing controller on PCB marked ver 12P using firmware F2A.
File 29HF1W.pdf Level Crossing LCS1 29HF1W.pdf 29H F1W User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Level Crossing controller on PCB marked ver 29H using firmware F1W.
File 00NF2A.pdf Level Crossing LCS2 00NF2A.pdf 00N F2A User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Level Crossing controller on PCB marked ver 00N using firmware F2A.
File 120BF1W.pdf Level Crossing LCS2 120BF1W.pdf 120B F1W User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Level Crossing controller on PCB marked ver 120B using firmware F1W.
File 00NF9A.pdf Level Crossing Continental LCS3 00NF9A.pdf 00N F9A User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Level Crossing controller on PCB marked ver 00N using firmware F9A (Continental Level Crossing).
File 12PF2A.pdf Level Crossing LCS4 29DF1N.pdf 29D F1N User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Level Crossing controller with sound on PCB marked ver 21D using firmware F1N.
File 29FF2R.pdf Level Crossing LCS5 29FF2R.pdf 29D 29F 77C F2R User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Level Crossing controller with sound on PCB marked ver 29D, 29F, or 77C using firmware F2R.
File 29FF1R.pdf Level Crossing LCS6 29FF1R.pdf 29F or 21G F1R User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Level Crossing controller with barriers and sound on PCB marked ver 21F or 21G using firmware F1R.
File 77CF1W.pdf Level Crossing LCS6B 77CF1W.pdf 77C F1W User Instructions for our Level Crossing controller with 2 barriers and sound on PCB marked ver 77C using firmware F1W.
File 77CF1Z.pdf Level Crossing LCS6B4 77CF1Z.pdf 77C F1Z User Instructions for our Level Crossing controller with 4 barriers and sound on PCB marked ver 77C using firmware F1Z.
File 120DF1W.pdf Level Crossing LCS4-CA 120DF1W.pdf 120D F1W User Instructions for our Level Crossing controller with sound on PCB marked ver 120D using firmware F1W.
File 120DF1X.pdf Level Crossing LCS5-CA 120DF1X.pdf 120D F1X User Instructions for our Level Crossing controller with servos on PCB marked ver 120D using firmware F1X.
File 120DF1Z.pdf Level Crossing LCS6-CA 120DF1Z.pdf 120D F1Z User Instructions for our Level Crossing controller with servos & sound on PCB marked ver 120D using firmware F1z.
File 121CF1W.pdf Level Crossing LCS6B-CA 121CF1W.pdf 121 F1W User Instructions for our Level Crossing controller with servos & sound on PCB marked ver 121 using firmware F1W.
File 113BF2E.pdf Loop Controller L1-DC 113BF2E.pdf 113 F2E User Instructions for our Loop Controller on PCB marked ver 113 using firmware F2E.
File 127EF1H.pdf Sequence Control Module M1 127EF1H.pdf 127E F1H User Instructions for our Sequence Control Module M1.
File X3HF2A.pdf Points Position Indicator (PPI1 version X3H) X3HF2A.pdf X3H F2A User Instructions for our Points Position Indicator on PCB marked ver X3H (points motor common connection is ground) using firmware F2A.
File X3LF2A.pdf Points Position Indicator (PPI1-version X3L) X3LF2A.pdf X3L F2A User Instructions for our Points Position Indicator on PCB marked ver X3L (points motor common connection is ground) using firmware F2A.
File X3PF2A.pdf Points Position Indicator (PPI1 version X3P) X3PF2A.pdf X3P F2A User Instructions for our Points Position Indicator on PCB marked ver X3P (points motor common connection is ground) using firmware F2A.
File X5LF2A.pdf Points Position Indicator (PPI2-DCC) X5LF2A.pdf X5L F2A User Instructions for our Points Position Indicator on PCB marked ver X5L (points motor common connection is positive) using firmware F2A.
File X3WF2A.pdf Points Position Indicator (PPI4 version X3W) X3WF2A.pdf X3W F2A User Instructions for our Points Position Indicator on PCB marked ver X3W (points motor common connection is ground) using firmware F2A.
File X5LF2A.pdf Points Position Indicator (PPI5-DCC) X5AF2A.pdf 5A F2A User Instructions for our Points Position Indicator on PCB marked ver 5A (points motor common connection is positive) using firmware F2A.
File 91JF2A.pdf Points Position Indicator (PPI5-DCC) 91JF2A.pdf 91 F2A User Instructions for our Points Position Indicator on PCB marked ver 91 (points motor common connection is positive) using firmware F2A.
File 50JF1L.pdf Points Position Indicator (PPI4-DC) 50JF1L.pdf 50J or 50K F1L User Instructions for our Points Position Indicator on PCB marked ver 50J or 50K (points motor common connection is ground) using firmware F1L.
File 50LF1L.pdf Points Position Indicator (PPI4-DC) 50LF1L.pdf 50L F1L User Instructions for our Points Position Indicator on PCB marked ver 50L (points motor common connection is ground) using firmware F1L.
File 13BF1A.pdf 12V Power Supply (PSU1) 13BF1A.pdf 13B --- User Instructions for our 12V DC Universal Power Supply which can be fed by AC, DC or DCC power. The PCB is version 13B.
File 13GF1A.pdf 12V Power Supply (PSU1) 13GF1A.pdf 13G --- User Instructions for our 12V DC Universal Power Supply which can be fed by AC, DC or DCC power. The PCB is version 13G.
File 122AF1A.pdf 12V Power Supply (PSU4) 122AF1A.pdf 13G --- User Instructions for our 12V DC Universal Power Supply which can be fed by AC, DC or DCC power.
File 44KF1N.pdf Section Controller SEC1-DC 44KF1N.pdf 44J and 44K F1N User Instructions for our Section Controller SEC1-DC on PCB marked ver 44J or 44K using firmware F1N.
File 41DF1L.pdf Section Controller SEC2-DCC 41DF1L.pdf 41D F1L User Instructions for our Section Controller SEC2-DCC on PCB marked ver 41D using firmware F1L.
File 44AF1L.pdf Section Controller SEC4-DCC 44AF1L.pdf 44A F1L User Instructions for our Section Controller SEC4-DCC on PCB marked ver 44A using firmware F1L.
File 44EF1M.pdf Section Controller SEC4-DCC 44EF1M.pdf 44E F1M User Instructions for our Section Controller SEC4-DCC on PCB marked ver 44E using firmware F1M.
File 44JF1M.pdf Section Controller SEC1A-DC 44JF1M.pdf 44J, 44K, 44L F1M User Instructions for our Section Controller SEC1A-DC on PCB marked ver 44J, 44K, or 44L using firmware F1M.
File 44KF1M.pdf Section Controller SEC4A-DCC 44KF1M.pdf 44J, 44K, 44L F1M User Instructions for our Section Controller SEC4A-DCC on PCB marked ver 44J, 44K, or 44L using firmware F1M.
File 44KF1R.pdf Section Controller SEC4A-DCC 44KF1R.pdf 44K,44L F1M User Instructions for our Section Controller SEC4A-DCC on PCB marked ver 44K, or 44L using firmware F1R.
File 44KF1S.pdf Section Controller SEC4A-DCC 44KF1S.pdf 44K,44L F1S User Instructions for our Section Controller SEC4A-DCC on PCB marked ver 44K, or 44L using firmware F1S.
File 101LF1P.pdf Section Controller SEC1B-DC 101LF1P.pdf 101K,101L F1P User Instructions for our Section Controller SEC1B-DC on PCB marked ver 101K or 101L using firmware F1P.
File 101KF1P.pdf Section Controller SEC4B-DCC 101KF1P.pdf 101K,101L F1M User Instructions for our Section Controller SEC4B-DCC on PCB marked ver 101K or 101L using firmware F1P.
File 44KF1U.pdf Section Controller SEC4A-DCC and SEC4B-DCC 44KF1U.pdf 101K,101L, 44K F1U User Instructions for our Section Controllers SEC4A-DCC and SEC4B-DCC using firmware F1U.
File 101MF1U.pdf Section Controller SEC1A-DC and SEC1B-DC 101MF1U.pdf 101 F1U User Instructions for our Section Controllers SEC1A-DC and SEC1B-DC using firmware F1U.
File 101MF1V.pdf Section Controller SEC1A-DC and SEC1B-DC 101MF1V.pdf 101M F1V User Instructions for our Section Controllers SEC1A-DC and SEC1B-DC using firmware F1V.
File 44KF1V.pdf Section Controller SEC4A-DCC and SEC4B-DCC 44KF1V.pdf 101 F1V User Instructions for our Section Controllers SEC4A-DCC and SEC4B-DCC using firmware F1V.
File 101MF1W.pdf Section Controller SEC1A-DC and SEC1B-DC 101MF1W.pdf 101M F1W User Instructions for our Section Controllers SEC1A-DC and SEC1B-DC using firmware F1W.
File 44KF1W.pdf Section Controller SEC4A-DCC and SEC4B-DCC 44KF1W.pdf 101 F1W User Instructions for our Section Controllers SEC4A-DCC and SEC4B-DCC using firmware F1W.
File 101F1X.pdf Section Controller SEC1A-DC and SEC1B-DC 101F1X.pdf 101 F1X User Instructions for our Section Controllers SEC1A-DC and SEC1B-DC using firmware F1X.
File 44KF1X.pdf Section Controller SEC4A-DCC and SEC4B-DCC 44KF1X.pdf 101 F1X User Instructions for our Section Controllers SEC4A-DCC and SEC4B-DCC using firmware F1X.
File 54JF2C.pdf Sequence Timer for LED Effects SEQ1 54JF2C.pdf 54H or 54J F2C User Instructions for our Sequence Timer for LED Effects SEQ1 on PCB marked ver 54H or 54J using firmware F2C.
File 31NF1Z.pdf Servo Controller SRV4 31NF1Z.pdf 31N F2C User Instructions for our Servo Controller SRV4 on PCB marked ver 31N using firmware F1Z.
File 27EF1A.pdf Simple Shuttle (SS1) 27EF1A.pdf 27E F1A User Instructions for our Simple Shuttle SS1 on PCB marked ver 27E using firmware F1A.
File 27UF1A.pdf Simple Shuttle (SS1) 27UF1A.pdf 27U F1A User Instructions for our Simple Shuttle SS1 on PCB marked ver 27U using firmware F1A.
File 27YF1A.pdf Simple Shuttle (SS1) 27YF1A.pdf 27Y F1A User Instructions for our Simple Shuttle SS1 on PCB marked ver 27Y using firmware F1A.
File 65DF1A.pdf Simple Shuttle (SS1A) 65DF1A.pdf 65D F1A User Instructions for our Simple Shuttle SS1A on PCB marked ver 65D using firmware F1A.
File 27JF3C.pdf Simple Shuttle with Random Delays (SS1-R) 27JF3C.pdf 27J F3C User Instructions for our Simple Shuttle with Random Delays on PCB marked ver 27J using firmware F3C.
File 65FF1E.pdf DC Shuttle with Speed Control SS2A 65FF1E.pdf 65F F1E User Instructions for our DC Shuttle with Speed Control SS2A on PCB marked ver 65F using firmware F1E.
File 65FF1K.pdf DC Shuttle with Speed Control SS2A 65FF1K.pdf 65K F1K User Instructions for our DC Shuttle with Speed Control SS2A on PCB marked ver 65K using firmware F1K.
File 25EF3Q.pdf Simple Automatic Shuttle (SAS1) 25EF3Q.pdf 25C,25D,25E, F3Q User Instructions for our Simple Automatic Shuttle on PCB marked ver 25C or 25D or 25E using firmware F3Q.
File 25GF3Q.pdf Simple Automatic Shuttle (SAS1) 25GF3Q.pdf 25G F3Q User Instructions for our Simple Automatic Shuttle on PCB marked ver 25G using firmware F3Q.
File 25HF1Q.pdf Simple Automatic Shuttle (SAS1) 25HF1Q.pdf 25H F1Q User Instructions for our Simple Automatic Shuttle on PCB marked ver 25H using firmware F1Q.
File 25EF4P.pdf Shuttle with Infra-Red detection (SAS2-IR) 25EF4P.pdf 25E F4P User Instructions for our Shuttle with Infra-Red detection on PCB marked ver 25C or 25D or 25E using firmware F4P.
File 25HF4P.pdf Shuttle with Infra-Red detection (SAS2-IR) 25HF4P.pdf 25H F4P User Instructions for our Shuttle with Infra-Red detection on PCB marked ver 25H using firmware F4P.
File 25HF4U.pdf Shuttle with Infra-Red detection (SAS2-IR) 25HF4U.pdf 25 F4U User Instructions for our Shuttle with Infra-Red detection on PCB marked ver 25 using firmware F4U.
File 112CF1F.pdf Shuttle with Points Control PTS1 112CF1F.pdf 112C F1F User Instructions for our Shuttle with Points Control on PCB marked ver 112C using firmware F1F.
File 112CF1G.pdf Shuttle with Points Control PTS1 112CF1G.pdf 112C F1G User Instructions for our Shuttle with Points Control on PCB marked ver 112C using firmware F1G.
File 112CF1H.pdf Shuttle with Points Control PTS1 112CF1H.pdf 112C F1H User Instructions for our Shuttle with Points Control on PCB marked ver 112C using firmware F1H.
File 25EF5Q.pdf Station Stop Module with Infra-Red detection (SSM1) 25EF5Q.pdf 25E F5Q User Instructions for our Station Stop Module with Infra-Red detection on PCB marked ver 25C or 25D or 25E using firmware F5Q.
File 25HF5Q.pdf Station Stop Module with Infra-Red detection (SSM1) 25HF5Q.pdf 25H F5Q User Instructions for our Station Stop Module with Infra-Red detection on PCB marked ver 25H using firmware F5Q.
File 25EF5U.pdf Station Stop Module with Infra-Red detection (SSM1) 25EF5U.pdf 25M F5U User Instructions for our Station Stop Module with Infra-Red detection on PCB marked ver 25M using firmware F5U.
File 76EF1N.pdf DC Shuttle and Station Stop Module with Acceleration SAS2-BR 76EF1N.pdf 76E F1N User Instructions for our DC Shuttle and Station Stop Module with Acceleration on PCB marked ver 76E using firmware F1N.
File 63AF7D.pdf Signals Passed at Danger Monitor SPAD1 63AF7D.pdf 63A and 63C F7D User Instructions for our Signals Passed at Danger Monitor SPAD1 on PCB marked ver 63A or 63C using firmware F7D.
File 15UF1A.pdf Traffic Light Controller TLC1 15UF1A.pdf 15U F1A User Instructions for our Traffic Light Controller on PCB marked ver 15U using firmware F1A.
File 15UF20A.pdf Traffic Light Controller TLC1 15UF20A.pdf 15U F20A User Instructions for our Traffic Light Controller on PCB marked ver 15U using firmware F20A.
File 15UF2A.pdf Traffic Light Controller TLC1A 15UF2A.pdf 15U F20A User Instructions for our Traffic Light Controller on PCB marked ver 53E using firmware F2A.
File 15UF2G.pdf Traffic Light Controller TLC1A 15UF2G.pdf 53E F2G User Instructions for our Traffic Light Controller on PCB marked ver 53E using firmware F2G.
File 53SF1M.pdf Traffic Light Controller TLC1A 53SF1M.pdf 53S F1M User Instructions for our Traffic Light Controller on PCB marked ver 53S using firmware F1M.
File 38AF20A.pdf Traffic Light Controller TLC2 38AF20A.pdf 38A F20A User Instructions for our Traffic Light Controller on PCB marked ver 38A using firmware F20A.
File 15UF2B.pdf Traffic Light Controller TLC2A 15UF2B.pdf 38A F2B User Instructions for our Traffic Light Controller on PCB marked ver 54E using firmware F20A.
File 15UF2H.pdf Traffic Light Controller TLC2A 15UF2H.pdf 54F F2H User Instructions for our Traffic Light Controller on PCB marked ver 54F using firmware F2H.
File 54LF1M.pdf Traffic Light Controller TLC2A 54LF1M.pdf 54L F1M User Instructions for our Traffic Light Controller on PCB marked ver 54L using firmware F1M.
File 117GF1B.pdf Traffic Light Controller TFL1 117GF1B.pdf 117G F1B User Instructions for our Traffic Light Controller on PCB marked ver 117G using firmware F1B.
File 14RF1A.pdf Semaphore Signal Controller (DAP1) 14RF1A.pdf 14R F1A User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Semaphore Signal Controller on PCB marked ver 14R using firmware F1A.
File 14TF1A.pdf Semaphore Signal Controller (DAP1) for Dapol signals 14TF1A.pdf 14T F1A User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Semaphore Signal Controller on PCB marked ver 14T using firmware F1A.
File 75DF1G.pdf Semaphore Signal Controller (DAP1A) for Dapol signals 75DF1G.pdf 75D F1G User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Semaphore Signal Controller on PCB marked ver 75D using firmware F1g.
File 75FF1G.pdf Semaphore Signal Controller (DAP1A) for Dapol signals 75FF1G.pdf 75F F1G User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Semaphore Signal Controller on PCB marked ver 75F using firmware F1g.
File 56AF1D.pdf Semaphore Signal Controller (DAP1-NS) 56AF1D.pdf 56A F1D User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Semaphore Signal Controller on PCB marked ver 56A using firmware F1D.
File 20CF1B.pdf Semaphore Signal Controller (DAP2) for Fleischmann and Dapol Signals 20CF1B.pdf 20c F1B User Instructions for our infra-red triggered Semaphore Signal Controller on PCB marked ver 20C using firmware F1B (2014-05-03).
File 18DF1D.pdf Semaphore Signal Controller (DAP4-BR) for Dapol Signals 18DF1D.pdf 18D F1D User Instructions for our traction current triggered Semaphore Signal Controller on PCB marked ver 18D using firmware F1D.
File CDU.pdf CDU (ready built) CDU.pdf CDU --- User instructions for all our CDUs (covers CDU1C, CDU2C and CDU4C).
File CARDmeter.pdf CARDmeter CARDmeter.pdf CARDmeter --- User instructions for all our CARDmeters.
File CARDtimer.pdf CARDtimer CARDtimer.pdf CARDtimer --- User instructions for all our CARDtimers.
File DCF77.pdf DCF77 DCF77.pdf DCF77 --- User instructions for all our DCF77 modules.