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Best thing for you right now is to ignore the fancy stuff and simply wire the electrofrog up the easy way, because the polarity changes as the track direction changes you feed the point from the nose and insulate the two switched directions and thus beyond this need to ensure dropper feeds to carry on, easy to do and works quite well, not tried any unifrogs yet but it'll be soon when I do, in the meantime I remain with Code 100 and indeed have some OO9 points on that layout also electrofrog, after a time you do need to clean the rail to switch blade contact to ensure it all works smoothly and for sure its better than insulfrogs.
 
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