Got a gadget you'd like to power from the track? This voltage regulator will power any device 3-35VDC, either aboard the train or trackside. More info here ...
Track Accessory Power
Battery Booster for MyLocoSound
If you are having problems keeping your MyLocoSound battery charged because you always run your loco at slow speeds, the Battery Booster will fix it. Instead of charging starting at 11V on the track, it will now start at 5V.
A scale speedometer for your large scale trains !
A speed sensor under the rails detects train speed, converts it to your desired scale, and displays it.
Coming Soon !
Back 'N Forth Track Throttle
Back 'n Forth Track Throttle operates with a built-in throttle.
An automated point to point trolley or train adds action to any layout
Requires diode isolated end stops and a separate power supply.
TrackSide R/C - 6th Generation !
It just keeps getting better !
Back 'n Forth Trolley operation
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No Frills Track Throttle
Use the APTC to Automate a train display and/or just use it on your track powered layout as a manual speed control with automated station stops. This versatile 10 amp controller will control trains any way you want to.
PWM to Linear DC Filter
Many of you use our Battery Conversion Modules to charge your battery pack in place, in the train. There may be occasions when you need to charge one or more packs on the bench. Perhaps you will need to battery swap during an exceptionally long operating session or open house.
We use a charging cable adapter in-house for that purpose, and it occurred to us that many of your may have the same need.
Standardize your battery connections using our Battery Connectors. We always put the male connector on the battery and the female on the Battery Conversion Module battery input. To charge on the bench, plug your charger into the jack on the adapter cable, and the battery pack into the other end.
Reed Switch Mounting made Easier
This new product will drastically reduce the effort involved in mounting two reed switches under a truck (or anywhere else) to trigger your bell and whistle. Check it out !
Here's how we used the prototype ...