This is the power for the two power districts of the Wildcat Valley RR. I chose the Digitrax 20 Amp power supply to get good, clean, consistent power for the DCS-210 command station and the DB-150 operating as a booster.

The WVR uses a Digitrax PR3 to make the connection from Loconet to the JMRI computer. There is a UR-93 duplex transmitter connected as well for the wireless DT500D and the DT6D throttles. I replaced the previously used UR-92 which was not compatible with the newer throttles as they came from the factory, I had to send the throttles to Digitrax for adjustment to get them to work with the older transmitter. The newer transmitter has a stronger signal and will not require any throttle adjustments.

The DCC bus which carries power and control signals to the track and the various accessory decoders used on the WVR is 12-gauge stranded wire that is connected serially to terminal blocks located around the layout. These terminal blocks are used to feed the track using an 18-gauge sub buss connected to each section of track using 22-gauge feeders. We do not trust slide -on track connectors to provide a good connection and none of the track connections are soldered.