Atlas Model Railroad Co. 200 SNAP RELAY

AtlasSKU: ATL200


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A double-pole, double-throw relay with actuating mechanism driven by a
momentary-power, twin coil solenoid. (A solenoid is a cylindrical coil of
insulated wire in which an iron core is made to move back and forth by a flow of
electric current.) With just a few simple connections, this small device, which
may be mounted anywhere, can:

Power the frogs on Atlas' Mark 3 & Code 83 #6 turnouts

Control trackside signal lamps to show turnout point positions

Operate control panel lamps to show settings of remotely located turnouts

Provide selective track siding control. Sidings are powered only when points are
aligned for siding. Siding remains dead when points are set for the mainline.

Control X-sections automatically. This very useful track arrangement is
thoroughly discussed in Atlas' Complete Wiring Book.

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