c.meynell
A recent customer query included a question about wiring triangles for a DCC layout.

Not a common request given the real estate such a feature would require - but the attached answered the question.

pdf PSX-AR controlling a Triangle.pdf     
All the best

Chris
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newbryford
Errrrr,.
Just an observation
I can see the diagram working, but wouldn't it be clearer to have the purple feed wire to the purple rail and likewise with the blue feed wire?
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c.meynell
I was wondering who'd be the first to spot that.

The prize (a full fleet repaint in maroon) goes to ..................... newbryford ðŸ˜…
All the best

Chris
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Howard at Home
Hopeyour still monitoring this.  my question is whats beyound the double break at the top of the image, basically road 3. in my case red is to the right and black to the left. does that work?   Presumabply a loco can transverse the loop in any direction from any starting point?
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john whiteside
Hopeyour still monitoring this.  my question is whats beyound the double break at the top of the image, basically road 3. in my case red is to the right and black to the left. does that work?   Presumabply a loco can transverse the loop in any direction from any starting point?

If you would like to give us a call in the office we can explain this to yourself 
John
John Whiteside
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AHJAY
Red and black, right and left isn't so important as long as their application is consistent.
Usually a WYE or triangle has one stub end terminus or yard. In our diagram that is the area with the purle and light blue rails.

If this is the case for your use, then its 100% OK as is. If you uave another approach, then give John a call and he will talk you through it

regards, Ahjay
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