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I have two beautiful HO Scale Rapido F40 NPCUs that are currently only wired for DC operation. I'd love to add DCC sound and lighting functionality, and saw that Rapido suggests the ESU #59529 - LokPilot 5 DCC with 21MTC decoder in their manual for the locomotive, but here's my...
I'm new to DCC and just purchased a Digitrax DCS52 and Walthers ML-8 with the ESU decoder.
The engine works great the F1 key turns the cab lights on and off but how do I turn on the headlights? Initially I thought they were broken because they didn't turn on. Then I tried running the engine in...
Just seeing if anyone out here has had some experience installing/programming the recommended esu decoder in a HO scale trains SD40-2? The tech guy at Scale Trains told me the recommended decoder was the esu 54615. I have been able to program an address and consist address and I can get the...
Just throwing it out there to ask if anyone has attempted to install any type of Keep-Alive accessory to a ESU LokSound select decoder particularly the ones found in the HO Intermountain SD40-2's? I do know that ESU makes a "power pack" that is basically a keep-alive accessory but don't know...
This engine was bought from the SOO, ready for scrap.
But Westport Terminal RR needed engines! Some fine day this engine will get new paint.
This RS-1 started its life at Atlas. It got an ESU sound decoder.
Westport Terminal RR
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