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Does anybody here run DCC in N gauge? I've several Fleischmann locos with NEM sockets so they are easy to convert, but some of my other stock will need soldering. Your experiences would be helpful.

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QUOTE (simonj @ 17 Oct 2007, 21:30) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Does anybody here run DCC in N gauge? I've several Fleischmann locos with NEM sockets so they are easy to convert, but some of my other stock will need soldering. Your experiences would be helpful.

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Yes, but it would help us reply if you were more specific about what locos you are interested in. A Google search of DCC plus your loco type will often also throw up something useful.
 

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QUOTE (Edwin @ 18 Oct 2007, 14:07) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Yes, but it would help us reply if you were more specific about what locos you are interested in. A Google search of DCC plus your loco type will often also throw up something useful.

Fleischmann N

Steam : Class 65,23,52

Electric : Class 110

Diesel : Class 212, Industrial shunter

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My others have NEM sockets so aren't a problem. I see the class 52 as the most difficult to convert and intend to leave that as Loco 0.
 

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Hi there I run DCC in N gauge and I find it very good.

Although I am just starting off in N using a Bachmann e-z controller it gives you a good cheap Idea of how things run but if you want to mess about with their settings then I would suggest using something different.

With regards to dcc'ing locos take a look at one of the links about dccing a hst as it is very helpfull and shows pictures which blow up so you can get a good view of them.

I have used the hst one to my advantage and it runs like a dream.

See the link below for the pages

http://smallphry.com/eecore/index.php

I hope this helps
 
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