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DCC Concepts DCDCP-CBSS-6 Cobalt SS Surface Mount Point Motor (6 Pack)


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6x Cobalt-SS with Controllers & Accessories

RR Price: £149.95 Inc.VAT

Cobalt-SS – Small, Reliable, Super-Smooth Above-Board Turnout Motors, ready for DC or DCC use.

Cobalt-SS 6 Pack – Small, Reliable, Super-Smooth Above-Board Turnout Motors, ready for DC or DCC use.

Cobalt-SS 6 Pack – This pack contains 6x Cobalt-SS Above-Board Point Motors with “Plug & Play” leads to connect to the Control Board. They are ready for installation and connection with everything needed already in the pack. Cobalt-SS can be powered by either DC or DCC systems. Operation is possible by DCC, conventional switches or both.

The pack also contains the following accessory leads and accessories:

2x Cobalt-SS Extension Cable (600mm) to enable motors to be mounted further away from the Control Board.

2x Cobalt-SS Y-connection or reverse connection cable to enable two or more motors to be connected to one output on the Control Board.

Linkage pack – to connect your Cobalt-SS motor to your turnout.

Mounting screws – to install both the Cobalt-SS motors and the control boards.
 

Why Cobalt-SS? Not every modeller wants to put their motors below the board and some simply cannot because of the layout design. Cobalt-SS is the best answer for those problems.

Cobalt-SS is small & subtle, able to mount close to or far from the turnout it controls. It has a full compliment of onboard functions to match its larger Cobalt iP relations.

Cobalt-SS is very stable because it uses stepper motors rather than servo motors. Powerful enough for all common gauges, its small size makes it small enough to use with all of them.

Cobalt-SS works equally well with DC or DCC. It can be operated with switches or via digital commands. Connection is a simple “plug and play” process. All controls and connections are on an easy-to-use control board able to power several motors from each of its outputs, so it is also very economical because loops or crossovers can be driven from a single output.