(This page last updated 9/3/2019)
====== A. Manufacturers ======
- DccBitSwitch.com — This company was purchased by Tony’s Train Exchange in 2016. The domain name no longer works. The information is at https://tonystrains.com/store/dcc-sound-and-power/dcc-automatic-layout-control?manufacturer=337&product_list_limit=96
* The last version of the original DccBitSwitch website was saved on 3/13/16 on archive.org, and you can view it by using this link: http://web.archive.org/web/20160313044116/http://www.dccbitswitch.com .
* The original owner and designer is Fred Hughes, 303-674-3114, Evergreen, CO. Most of his controls were DCC, but he also made some analog controls. (updated 9/3/19)
- RR-Concepts.com — Curtis Roecks, Oceanside, CA; makes sophisticated & elegant microprocessor-controlled units for controlling DC trains.
- TrainElectronics.com — Dave Bodnar, Pittsburgh PA
====== B. Information Websites ======
- AutoControls.org — this website.
- G scale AutoControl Circuits, by Ted Ansley — http://flickr.com/photos/ansleys/sets/72157608433287430
- Upstairs Train Room, by Bob Graves, — http://www.geocities.com/theupstairstrain/semaphores.html — the ‘semaphore’ page discusses controlling AC Gilbert S gauge trains
- The Large Scale Trains Page, by George Schreyer — http://www.girr.org/girr/tips/tips3/reversing_tips.html — (large scale) Automatic Reversing Loop Controller & Automatic Trolley Controller —
====== C. Older Track2.com/AutoControls.org Web Pages ======
- Ted Rapp’s Solid State Relay Designs – http://www.track2.com/rapp — Ted uses solid state NAIS latching relays and Tortoise switch machines for low cost, reliable automatic control of N, HO, O, & G gauge trains. One of his wiring sketches and part numbers are included in this section.
- S Gauge DCC Computer Control — _____ using QuickBasic and a DOS 386 computer. (Can no longer be done, as computers will not run QuickBasic anymore.)
FYI: The OLD links page is at track2.com/ingram/home/links.iac.shtml