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Offline adabanlis  
#1 Posted : 01 December 2019 15:45:40(UTC)

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Dear Marklin users,
i am new in the digital technology and i need some advise.

I have some turn outs that connect two set of rails. I want one locomotive to be stop when the other is approaching to the common part of the rails, for collision avoidance. Locomotives are digital and the controller M83

Thanks for your help,



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