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NCE Layout Wiring Kits

DCC main bus wiring for typical 25 foot double track mainline. Includes:
• Main Bus - 25 feet each red and black 14 AWG stranded wire
• Feeder Wires - 10 each red and black feeder 22 AWG wires (prestripped)
• 20 Wire taps for 14 AWG stranded wire
• 20 Quick connectors for 22 AWG stranded wire
• Each connection can be easily disconnected for troubleshooting
• Optimal wiring kit for 5 Amp and lower power systems
Buy Now: Layout Wiring Kit, 25 Foot DCC power bus.  5240267   not shown
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DCC main bus wiring for typical 50 foot double track mainline. Includes:
• Main Bus - 50 feet each red and black 14 AWG stranded wire
• Feeder Wires - 16 each red and black feeder 22 AWG wires (prestripped)
• 32 Wire taps for 14 AWG stranded wire
• 32 Quick connectors for 22 AWG stranded wire
• Each connection can be easily disconnected for troubleshooting
• Optimal wiring kit for 5 Amp and lower power systems
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DCC main bus wiring for typical 100 foot double track mainline. Includes:
• Main Bus - 100 feet each red and black 14 AWG stranded wire
• Feeder Wires - 32 each red and black feeder 22 AWG wires (prestripped)
• 64 Wire taps for 14 AWG stranded wire
• 64 Quick connectors for 22 AWG stranded wire
• Each connection can be easily disconnected for troubleshooting
• Optimal wiring kit for 5 Amp and lower power systems
 
 
We don't have a part number for the pliers. It is a wire stripper we bought at Harbor freight several years ago. The photo is just for illustration about what to look for. We have found a crimper at Walmart the appears to be good quality for the money. Here is a link to it:

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Economical-Crimper-Stripper-Cutter-Tool/122845728

 
 
Helpful wiring links:

DCC Related Websites:
Alan Gartner’s wiring for DCC - http://wiringfordcc.com/
Mr. DCC's University http://www.mrdccu.com/
Mark Schutzers website - http://markschutzer.com/
Arthur Houston’s NCE Youtube Channel - NCE DCC How to make it work.
What is DCC - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Command_Control
Mark Gurries' DCC/NCE oriented page https://sites.google.com/site/markgurries/
Marcus Ammann's DCC for Beginners: http://www.members.optusnet.com.au/nswmn2/DCC.htm


Email forum groups
NCE DCC Group: https://groups.io/g/NCE-DCC/
Wiring for DCC Group: https://groups.io/g/w4dccqa/
JMRI user group - https://groups.io/g/jmriusers/

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