The following track hookups show detailed information for many popular railroad operations using RR Concepts model train controllers.
These hookups use out-of-the-box, unmodified trains. (or DCC trains set to linear mode)
Current product manuals, instructions, and hookup diagrams for legacy systems are available here:
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Block ControlRunning two or more trains on one track.
Station StopsStation Stops can be with realistic decelerations and accelerations, or abrupt. All station stops have a programmable time delay and can also be programmed to count laps before stopping.
Two Train Reversing LoopsTwo Train Reversing Loops with a passing siding.
A very realistic railroading operation that allows two trains to run simultaneously between reversing loops. One train will pass the other at the siding.
Quick Alternating Trains
Alternating Trains with Deceleration and PauseThe most popular and easiest way to run multiple trains on your layout in a very realistic manner.
* Fully Programmable Acceleration and Deceleration Rates
* Programmable pause time
Station Stops using Battery Power
Install a StationMaster in the battery car with a decelerate sensor attached to the bottom of the car for hands-off automatic control until the batteries run out.
Every magnet on the track will perform a station stop.
Signal Light ControlAutomatically Controlling RED/GREEN signal lights
An easy way to make your signal lights change colors depending upon the locations of trains with realistic random flashing operations.
Point-to-point back and forth REVERSING
Two Train Leap-Frog Passing SidingAuthentic Two Train Leap Frog Siding.
One train will pass by the other at the siding, and then the waiting train will follow the passing train after the first train has traveled some distance.
Alternating Between Separate Loops of TrackAlernate running on two separate loops of track.
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