Model Train Circuits
1.5 Volt Power Supply 2: A hefty 1.5 volt DC power supply to power four or more 1.5 volt bulbs
1.5 Volt Power Supply: A 1.5 volt DC power supply
5 Volt Power Supply: A 5 volts DC power supply to power the Gyralite above
A coach electrical system:
Computer Controlled Model Train Set:
Constant Directional Lighting 2: A 2 diode + 2 rectifier constant directional lighting circuit
Constant Directional Lighting: A 6 diode constant directional lighting circuit
Dual Alternating Flashing Light: A dual alternating flashing light circuit
Dual Flashing Headlights: To simulate a Gyralite (dual flashing headlights) requires 5 volt power supply too.
Dual Tandem Flashing Light: A dual tandem flashing light circuit
Engine code tester:
F1-F4 functions tester:
Flashing railroad crossings:
General Purpose Block Occupancy Detector: Block occupancy detector designed for general purpose use on systems where the polarity of the power to the model train track is reversible.
Non-directional Constant Light 2: A non-directional constant light circuit for "can" type motors
Non-directional Constant Lighting: A single-rectifier, non-directional constant lighting circuit
Simple Flashing Light: A simple flashing light circuit
Simple Train Detector: A fairly simple train detector using ambient light and a photocell
Simpler Flashing Light: An even simpler flashing light circuit
Simplest Flashing Light: The simplest flashing light circuit in the world
Sound control decoder: a sound system built from an electronic greeting card.
The Magic Engine: a DIY-project: extract from the book.
Train Detector with Infrared LED: A moderately complex train detector using an infrared LED and detector
Train Electrical system 1: H0 and N
Train Electrical system 2: for three coaches, H0 and N.
Train Electrical system 3: Railcar Electrical system
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