I read most of what I could find, including the current discussion in the other circuit breaker post. I'm still a little confused. As I understand it, it would be prudent to have protection between the wall socket and the transformer, then again between the transformer and the track. But then again something else to protect the electronics in the modern engines, yes?
So, I'll put a surge protector between wall and transformer, that's obvious. I'm using 14ga wire from my MODERN ZW-L for my bus wire. (2 independent loops running conventional, A and D on my ZW-L) I see a lot of discussion from folks that understand way more than I regarding this. In the end, what is the absolute best type of breaker (specifically what and where to buy, a link would be helpful) that I should put in line between the transformer and the bus wire? SO, I think that is what protects the transformer? But what for the modern locos? thx guys, please make it easy on me! What amp/type breakers should I be wiring in?