Model Railway Manual: Digital for Beginners, Volume 1.1
Revision of the very successful volume "Digital for Beginners, Volume 1" in the following points: ¦ multiMAUS with 28 functions ¦ Integration of the new Z21 components 10797, 10836 (including control of light signals) ¦ Signals presented in a company-neutral manner ¦ Use of the XL booster for large railways ¦ Reference to ROCO LINE with bedding
From telephone providers to electronics retailers, everyone wants to convince us that the future is digital. Digital communication has long since moved into the nursery and does not stop at the model railroad either. Anyone who buys a model train starter set today is therefore faced with the decision: should the trains be controlled analog or digital? Two terms about the meaning of which there is a great deal of ignorance.
We want to introduce you to the topic of digital control in a colloquial manner, explain technical terms and what is behind them and help you with the installation and troubleshooting. A subject index should also help you if you want to look something up quickly.
You do not need to be afraid of the digital control of a model railway. The ROCO multiMAUS control device is very easy to operate and inexpensive. You can start your first digital model train after just a few minutes to set up and experience the advantages of the technology.
In addition, we will familiarize you with the possible extensions and show you in this multi-part brochure series how you can use and learn to master digital technology.
Time does not stand still. Digital components are constantly being expanded and supplemented. This publication 1.1 deals with the current status of the ROCO digital system.
Author / responsible for content: Wolfgang Wutzmer / Günther Feuereißen
This model is not a toy. Not suitable for children under 14 years!