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    Hornby Hobbies LTD Standard 6 Pin Decoder R7150

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    Description

    The Standard 6 Pin Decoder (R7150) serves as the interface between a digital command control (DCC) system and the locomotive or accessory it controls. It typically comprises a compact electronic module equipped with connectors compatible with 6-pin sockets commonly found in model railway locomotives.

    Key Features:

    Digital Signal Processing: The decoder processes digital signals from a DCC system, translating them into commands that control the speed, direction, lighting, and sound functions of the model locomotive or accessory.
    Motor Control: The decoder regulates the power supplied to the motor of the locomotive, enabling precise speed control and smooth acceleration and deceleration.
    Accessory Control: In addition to locomotives, the decoder can also control various accessories such as turnouts, signals, and lighting elements, expanding the functionality of the model railway layout.
    Addressing: The decoder typically supports multiple locomotive addresses, allowing modelers to assign unique digital addresses to each locomotive for individual control.
    Configurable Settings: Modelers can often customize various decoder settings such as acceleration, deceleration, speed curves, and function mapping to suit their preferences and operating requirements.
    Compatibility: The decoder is designed to be compatible with a wide range of model railway systems and locomotives, ensuring seamless integration and operation within existing layouts.
    Plug-and-Play Installation: Installation of the decoder is relatively straightforward, with most models featuring a plug-and-play design that allows for easy connection to the locomotive's wiring harness or socket.
    Specifications:

    Type: Digital Command Control (DCC) Decoder
    Number of Pins: 6
    Model Number: R7150
    Manufacturer: Not specified (may vary depending on the specific decoder)
    Potential Uses (Modeling Related):

    Digital Command Control (DCC) Conversion: Modelers can use the Standard 6 Pin Decoder (R7150) to upgrade conventional analog locomotives to DCC operation, unlocking advanced control features and enhancing operational realism.
    Customization: The decoder enables modelers to customize locomotive performance characteristics, such as speed curves and acceleration/deceleration rates, to match prototype behaviors or personal preferences.
    Accessory Control: Beyond locomotives, the decoder can be employed to control various layout accessories, allowing for automated operation of turnouts, signals, lighting, and other elements.
    Layout Expansion: By integrating DCC decoders into locomotives and accessories, modelers can expand the capabilities and versatility of their model railway layouts, enabling more complex operations and scenarios.
    The Standard 6 Pin Decoder (R7150) represents a fundamental component in modern model railway systems, facilitating the seamless integration of digital control technology and enhancing the realism and functionality of model trains and layouts. With its compact design, versatile features, and easy installation, this decoder offers modelers a valuable tool for realizing their layout's full potential.

    Shipping & Delivery

    Access Models offers efficient delivery services within the UK and overseas, aiming to dispatch orders within 48 hours of receipt, contingent on payment confirmation. Standard UK deliveries are conducted via Royal Mail, typically arriving within 2-3 days, though customers are advised to allow up to 5 days. For expedited deliveries, the express service ensures next-day delivery for orders placed before 1pm, with specific provisions for orders placed over the weekend or on bank holidays.

    Shipping charges vary based on the order value and destination. UK standard shipping costs range from £4.99 to £7.99, with additional surcharges for heavy items and non-mainland UK destinations, including specific regions like Northern Ireland, Isle of Man, Guernsey, and Jersey. We do not ship to PO Boxes and BFPO addresses.

    For heavy, bulky, or restricted items such as large model kits and items containing hazardous materials, special shipping considerations apply. International shipping starts at £18, with varying costs and delivery times based on destination zones. Access Models does not ship to certain countries including Spain, USA, and Australia.

    Customers may encounter customs fees on international orders, which are not included in our shipping costs and are the responsibility of the customer. In case of postal losses or damage, claims may take up to 30 days to process, and we require customer confirmation to initiate this process.

    Returns are accepted within 14 days for change of mind and 30 days for faulty items, in line with the EU Distance Selling Directive. Access Models offers repair, exchange, or refund for eligible returns, excluding faults due to misuse or wear and tear. Customers are responsible for return postage costs, except in cases of damage or fault. Refunds are issued in accordance with the returns policy, excluding opened packages unless they are faulty.

    The Standard 6 Pin Decoder (R7150) serves as the interface between a digital command control (DCC) system and the locomotive or accessory it controls. It typically comprises a compact electronic module equipped with connectors compatible with 6-pin sockets commonly found in model railway locomotives.

    Key Features:

    Digital Signal Processing: The decoder processes digital signals from a DCC system, translating them into commands that control the speed, direction, lighting, and sound functions of the model locomotive or accessory.
    Motor Control: The decoder regulates the power supplied to the motor of the locomotive, enabling precise speed control and smooth acceleration and deceleration.
    Accessory Control: In addition to locomotives, the decoder can also control various accessories such as turnouts, signals, and lighting elements, expanding the functionality of the model railway layout.
    Addressing: The decoder typically supports multiple locomotive addresses, allowing modelers to assign unique digital addresses to each locomotive for individual control.
    Configurable Settings: Modelers can often customize various decoder settings such as acceleration, deceleration, speed curves, and function mapping to suit their preferences and operating requirements.
    Compatibility: The decoder is designed to be compatible with a wide range of model railway systems and locomotives, ensuring seamless integration and operation within existing layouts.
    Plug-and-Play Installation: Installation of the decoder is relatively straightforward, with most models featuring a plug-and-play design that allows for easy connection to the locomotive's wiring harness or socket.
    Specifications:

    Type: Digital Command Control (DCC) Decoder
    Number of Pins: 6
    Model Number: R7150
    Manufacturer: Not specified (may vary depending on the specific decoder)
    Potential Uses (Modeling Related):

    Digital Command Control (DCC) Conversion: Modelers can use the Standard 6 Pin Decoder (R7150) to upgrade conventional analog locomotives to DCC operation, unlocking advanced control features and enhancing operational realism.
    Customization: The decoder enables modelers to customize locomotive performance characteristics, such as speed curves and acceleration/deceleration rates, to match prototype behaviors or personal preferences.
    Accessory Control: Beyond locomotives, the decoder can be employed to control various layout accessories, allowing for automated operation of turnouts, signals, lighting, and other elements.
    Layout Expansion: By integrating DCC decoders into locomotives and accessories, modelers can expand the capabilities and versatility of their model railway layouts, enabling more complex operations and scenarios.
    The Standard 6 Pin Decoder (R7150) represents a fundamental component in modern model railway systems, facilitating the seamless integration of digital control technology and enhancing the realism and functionality of model trains and layouts. With its compact design, versatile features, and easy installation, this decoder offers modelers a valuable tool for realizing their layout's full potential.