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  • Re: Buss Wiring

    ... or my Free-mo modules which are 2'x5', they all have the wires next to each other being pulled through the same holes.<<<< Having worked on a large (28 x

    goatfisher 1 hour ago
  • Re: Buss Wiring

    ... As someone else has already responded, buss wires 6 inches apart will not cause you any digital signal problems. However, like many things with DCC, as the

    goatfisher 1 hour ago
  • Re: Buss Wiring

    ... Whoa! Properly installed R-C snubbers/filters should not have any impact on current detection signaling. R-C snubbers/filters _will_ cause problems if

    goatfisher 2 hours ago
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