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DCC Concepts

Postby TimberSurf » Sat Jun 03, 2017 3:33 pm

I have no affiliation with DCC Concepts dccconcepts.com
Although they have been around for a while in Australia, you may not have realized that they now have a distribution center and shop in the UK.
They continually keep coming up with new and innovative products (quite a few stolen from me, but that's another story :o :D {kidding} ), filling holes in the market and taking advantage of latest technology and manufacturing techniques to offer railway modelers a wider product base to select from. They also go way beyond the service other manufacturers offer by giving very detailed "down to earth" instructions and biased (to reality) opinions on best practice and choices, via highly informative crib sheets
Example on decoders here https://www.dccconcepts.com/manual/dcc- ... -and-more/
Its well worth wandering through all sections of their web site, as you can pick up some great information, its a mine of interesting instruction!
They will shortly start up their own Forum (you can pre-register interest, I know I have)
I just thought I would give some positive comment/PR on a manufacturer, rather than the more usual kicking that the others get! :P

Keep up the good work Richard :mrgreen:
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Re: DCC Concepts

Postby AustralisRico » Thu Jun 29, 2017 2:03 pm

I bought my Roco Z21 from DCC Concepts, the staff are friendly and have helped me get up to speed on model railway and DCC systems specifically. Already planning to order some ESU decoders from them :mrgreen:

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Re: DCC Concepts

Postby End2end » Fri Jun 30, 2017 11:17 am

I've only bought the DCC concepts back to back gauge and thier pick up springs for powering my coach lighting from track power but cannot fault either product. :mrgreen:
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Re: DCC Concepts

Postby Bramshot » Tue Jul 04, 2017 11:14 am

I bought exactly the same as End2end, for N gauge. Pickup springs are great, but the back to back gauge is wider than all of my (unadjusted) Bachmann / Farish / Dapol rolling stock, so I am unsure if it is actually correct.

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