The On30 Guy Dead Rail Throttle — UPDATE

I’ve been fielding questions from enough people about the status of the improved throttle kit that I mentioned back in November (and, I’m sure, several times prior) that I thought I probably ought to give you all an update. Early this week, I approved the design for the “motherboard” for my new, DelTang-compatible throttle kit.…

New Life for Tam Valley’s DRS Line

As previously mentioned, Tam Valley Depot has indeed ceased sales of their DRS-1 dead rail system — and that was bad news for adoptees of that unique solution. Today, however, we have received word that the system will be exclusively handled by the folks at deadrailinstalls.com, and they expect to be shipping sometime next month.…

Tam Valley Depot Drops Dead Rail

I learned today that Tam Valley Depot has ceased sales and production of their DRS-1 dead rail system for use with NCE DCC systems. Obviously, DRS-1 was a competitor to the DelTang dead rail gear I sell, but I’m still sorry to see that they’ve made the decision to pull the plug (so to speak)…

DelTang Tx21 Throttle Kit Changes

It has come to my attention that DelTang have made a change to the Tx21 Throttle Kit which is causing some confusion. The latest kits include a newer version of the Tx2 transmitter module that does not include the large black capacitor shown in the assembly photographs. On the new boards, this capacitor has been…

Choosing Your DelTang Throttle Kit

While DelTang offer several throttle choices, I’ve found that the Tx21 and Tx22 throttles are by far the two most popular options, which is why I’ve only been carrying those two. The only difference between them is that the Tx21 is a “single loco” throttle, and the Tx22 offers “Selecta” control of 1 of 12…

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