I have an idea for my hidden sidings but not sure how to go about it.
I will be using SEEP PM1's on the points in the rear hidden sidings and I am thinking of using electrofrog points to make the sidings more reliable.
Can a SEEP point motor power both the frog AND a green or red LED on the control panel at the same time showing which way the point is thrown?
And can anyone tell me what the part numbers are for the Peco electrofrog points I need please?
Here's the original rough plan for the hidden sidings using all Peco setrack and insulfrog points except for the 2 crossovers which are Hornby.
If there is room on the rear baseboard there may even be space for more sidings.
Also, I don't know if this is possible due to having to use the Hornby crossovers but I have Peco setrack curves at each end of the layout giving me 2 long setrack loops in 2nd and 3rd radius.
If I was to use electrofrog points in the rear hidden sidings with the closer non-setrack track spacing (I'm not sure of the correct term/name) how would I go about easily connecting the setrack curves to the narrower track spacing of the hidden sidings with the electrofrog points?
Would a small setrack straight installed half way round the 2nd radius 180 degree bend make the 2nd radius curve long enough to then come closer together with the 3rd radius to fit the narrower track spacing once it hits the striaght track?.
Is there a Peco setrack straight part number that can do this and are there crossovers available from Peco that can cross tracks at the narrower non-setrack spacing?
I was going to do a mock up of the loops in Scarm but not knowing the correct part numbers for the correct electrofrog points I'm lost.