Joe Allen posted:
From the Ross website:
Those instructions are for the O gauge switches with the DZ1000 / 2500 switch machines that use AC power. The LGB switch machines use DC power, so they cannot easily use an insulated rail configuration without diodes and bridge rectifiers. Even then, I think the LGB machine uses a two pole switch that instead of three. There is an auxiliary unit that LGB makes. I will need to look at my "Complete Guide to LGB Trains" to see if there is a way to incorporate the auxiliary unit.