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Digitrax DS74 - Quad Switch Stationary Decoder - Multi Scale

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  • Quad switch decoder for Solenoid or Slow-motion turnouts.
  • Configurable for Capacitive Discharge with balky solenoids.
  • Configurable for on/off control of 8 layout lights.
  • Plug and play wire connectorization.
  • Works with compatible LocoNet Systems.
  • Stabilized and adjustable output voltages.
  • Option setup switches for configuration.
  • On-layout programmability via LocoNet.
  • 8 onboard Routes, with EZ-Route setup.
  • Routes directly editable using latest DT602 IPL.
  • 8 input lines for Switch and Detection inputs.
  • Field firmware update via IPL over LocoNet.
  • DC 2mm jack for reliable power input.
  • Optional DCC track inputs for limited feature capabilities.


Store Location:
P# 223 / Aisle 15B #3108
Multi Scale

Customer Reviews

4 reviews

  • 3


    Posted by SD45-ET44AC on 17th Jun 2024

    “ignorant”, my DS-74 will perhaps be great but I Was ignorant in that you need a power supply, bought separately to power my DS-74 so alas it isn’t installed yet ?

  • 5

    DS74 and Kato...

    Posted by Peter Elliott on 1st May 2024

    I'm setting up the Digitrax DS74 to operate my Kato turnouts via my computer, and it works perfectly (using Traincontroller software).

  • 5


    Posted by Bill on 8th Apr 2024

    Very nice addition to my layout and easy to set up with the Digitrax system via the Loconet cable. I only wish there was a model that supported six switches/turnouts...DS76 - hint, hint Digitrax. As always Midwest shipped fast and packed the item well.

  • 4

    Functions well, wire terminals a...

    Posted by Michael Wade on 10th Oct 2023

    I use the decoder to control 4 Kato switches. Functions well and easy to configure and set base address. Only challenge is the wire terminals are smaller than they need to be. The screw terminals require a very small slotted screwdriver and the holes for the wires are small and positioned close together. I was able to assemble but there is space for a different type of connector that would make installation easier.

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