dcc wiring question

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fitefire911

New Member
hello in using atlas true track i want to run a bus wire but im not sure how to do that my question is, is the bus wire a continues loop or do you just dead end it i know you connect the bus line into the controller i just don't know what to do at the end of the bus line please help, this is dcc
 

Selector

Well-Known Member
Yes, you just tuck the ends safely apart and out of the way of elbows, young fingers, wife's curiosity....cover them with some tape and use retainers of some kind to keep them apart from each other and secure. No need to loop the ends back to the terminals on the base controller.

Crandell
 

fitefire911

New Member
thanks

thanks this site is a dream for first time model railroaders i appreciate all the help im sure i will need you guys again thanks again merry Christmas
 

RexHea

RAIL BENDER
Welcome to this forum. Many very good modelers on here that are always willing to help.
And a Merry Christmas to You! :)
 




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