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Reply to "BlueRail engine using AC track power"

@TexasSP posted:

Railpro runs on 12-18v ac or dc, or dead rail. They have dcc compatibility too. Since they communicate strictly via radio signal they don't care if you have dcs or legacy on the track.  Not sure on electric sounds but they seem to be adding sounds quite often.  The controllers can be had for 240 street price.

If it can run on 18 VAC, then they need to update the user manual for the locomotive module.

WARNING: Maximum voltage is 24 Volts. Only power your LM-3S-G module
with a Ring Engineering Inc. RailPro Power Supply designed for the LM-3S-G
or a DCC power supply that only has the signal that is described in NMRA DCC
standards S-9.1 and S-9.2. You may use a proper battery to power your LM3S-G.

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