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Auto Forward/Reverse Circuit

Gopal models in N scale and asks:

“Can any of your readers help me? I need Auto forward /reverse circuit, with pause at both ends for my N scale ROCO layout. Does anyone know where I could purchase one online please?”

4 Responses to Auto Forward/Reverse Circuit

  • David Kaysays:

    I am in Ireland, but use Brimal Components in the UK for a few bits. Is this the type of thing you are looking for? https://www.brimal.co.uk/mr204-used-as-a-automatic-forward-reverse-switch-shuttle-switch.html

  • Kevin Chingsays:

    Hi David
    I know Peco do one for DC operation but unsure about DCC

    • David Stokessays:

      Kevin, Sorry mate, the Peco unit won’t work on DCC,
      Try DCC Components

  • Donnis Davissays:

    Tonys Train Exchange, has brand and custom units. Check out their web site they are very good with DCC system information … enjoy your trains!

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