So far I have mounted all my DCC Accessory Decoders under the baseboard modules, but they are not easy to get at or work on. So, I’ve designed a little gizzmo, this ‘DCC Accessory Access’ to tackle the problem. Then I had it lazer cut in MDF.
The ‘DCC Accessory Access’ is glued together and then screwed to the underside of the baseboard. This keeps accessory decoders tucked away beneath the layout until you want to work on them. Then they can just be swung down.
I’ve designed the ‘DCC Accessory Access’ to accommodate DCC accessory decoders of various sizes and incorporated wire tidy holes at the top and bottom.
I’ve fixed this first ‘DCC Accessory Access’ under the layout and I will be using it to accommodate a Lenz LS150 turnout decoder, to control the points at ‘Overdale Quarry’.
If there is enough interest I might make them available to buy.