Märklin Engine Conversions

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Conversion Services

We convert any Märklin engine from:

Analog operation to Delta or Digital with all needed Hardware, Decoders, motor parts, and misc. parts.

Delta to Digital with all needed Hardware, Decoders, motor parts, and misc. parts.

Please contact us with the detailed specs of your märklin model that you like for us to convert.

Specs such as, Model (#), version (if known), any current problems with the engine.

To what you want us to convert: Delta, Digital. What CU (control unit) you have example Märklin 6021 or Uhlenbrock IB or so.

And please indicate what decoder you would like to have installed. We gladly advice you of the pros and cons of the use of specific decoders, in specific engines. (Not all are created equal)

... will be more soon .

Decoder choices

...will be more .

Digital Decoders ...more details later.

Most recent additions ...is the DCX70 from cTelectronik Austria.

experience:

Railware Software Problems with software:

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Railware.com

Sound Decoders The Sound decoder GE70 experience:

Rutger Friberg's Books Rutger Friberg is Model Railroad and Electronics editor in the leading Scandinavian MR Magazine "Allt om Hobby" since more than 20 years. Rutger is also author of a series of books in the area of MR Technology as well as co-author of Hobby and Technology books in Scandinavia.
. One main theme of the book is a number of DCC projects. Beginning in book 4 and through book 5, here the NMRAF series continues with sound, more functions and decoder for Faulhaber motors.

A new series is the Kraft projects. These are all decoders based upon the wide spread PIC technology. The PCB layouts can be downloaded from here and the special components like ready to run PIC´s and other CPU:s are found at the following web-link: http://home8.swipnet.se/"w-82581/index.htm

Another set of projects contain cabs, command stations and boosters for DCC. If you use starter set like "Roco Digital is cool" there is a project on how to turn the small command station into a booster and how to connect several of these beginners modules together as the layout expands.

A number of projects focus on the Märklin digital system, both for H0 and 1 gauge. And two projects are dedicated to turntables with remote control.

Finally there are several minitips that will come handy during normal work with your layout.


Pictures of the conversions ... more to show of my engines..

 

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