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A DCC decoder installed in an N scale steam locomotive.
Digital Command Control (DCC) is a way to operate model railways digitally. With this system in place each locomotive on the same track can be operated independently of each other. DCC is only one of several digital methods to control model trains, but the term DCC is used many times as a generic term for all digital model train systems.
Dcc Made Easy: Digital Command Control for Your Model Railroad
Photo - A DCC decoder installed in an N scale steam locomotive - Public Domain Photo
To make this system work each locomotive needs to be equipped with a DCC decoder that receives the signal from the track. The operator has a DCC command post where the commands are given.
Electricity is routed to where you want it, to the locomotive or to the different lights or signals and to smoke and sound generators, or whatever you want to set it up for.
Stationary decoders can be used to control turnouts, uncouples or other accessories.
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The biggest advantage of DCC over standard DC systems is the simple wiring setup needed to run more than one train at a time. With other systems the wiring has to be done separately for each section of the track.
On this page you will find all the accessories and supplies needed to set up a DCC system for your model trains. DCC control, HO DCC, DCC tools, NCE, model railway, trains, decoders, CMM, understanding DCC and more.
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