Are you avoiding wiring your frogs because it is too confusing? Do you have a frog that you find yourself pushing your trains through with the 0-5-0? Then this is the device for you - a circuit for automatically switching DCC power to 6 frogs for turnouts and/or crossovers that requires a single wire to the frog. Consists of 6 separate circuits for controlling up to 6 frogs with DCC power. If the polarity is wrong, the circuit automatically and nearly instantaneously switches the polarity. Very simple to install - connect it to your track bus and then connect 6 wires to 6 frogs, run trains.
DCC Booster A simple booster that can be used with all brands of DCC systems. 3 Amps continuous and 5 Amps of peak power that is inexpensive enogh to use to set up multiple power blocks.
Micro Singlet Turnout Controller with built-in DCC decoder A simple and quick way to get servos up and running on your layout. Has the latest servo drive circuitry that prevents buzzing and allows for installation similar to a stall-motor - no programming of the stop positions needed. A fascia controller is used for control - just plug it in and attach to your fascia.
The Octopus can drive up to 8 servos at once making it an inexpensive way to add servos to your layout to drive turnouts or other devices. It uses toggles to control the turnouts or it can be connected to any open collector logic circuit.
The new version has automatic endpoint alignment!
The Octopus does not have DCC capability. If you don't want DCC then this is the cheapest per switch option.