Gaugemaster Prodigy Advance 2 Starter Package

Code: GMDCC02
Common price: £299.95 Our price: £285.00 each Gaugemaster

Not normally held in stock. 2 to 4 week delivery.

Gaugemaster Prodigy Advance

Gaugemaster’s Prodigy Advance DCC unit is one of the easiest to use Digital packages on the market today.

The system has been specifically taylored for the needs of the British Outline modeller.

Prodigy Advance conforms with NMRA standards and is compatible with all other leading DCC accessories.  Its strength is its simplicity without compromise and Prodigy Advance DCC will grow as your layout grows, allowing you to use the system at a level appropriate to your layout and style of operation.

Prodigy Advance DCC consists of a Base Station, a Walkaround Controller and a Power Supply - the complete package will enable you to digitally control your chipped locomotives within minutes.  Wave goodbye to cab control, section switches and isolating sections - as just two wires from your Prodigy Advance base station run your whole railway in the way you want to without the normal constraints of conventional operation.  Naturally, a full supply of accessories is also available as is the legendary Gaugemaster after sales service and technical support.

Key Features

  • 2 or 4 Digit Addressing
  • Run up to 99 Walkaround Controllers (all plug and play)
  • Program CV's with ease
  • 14, 28 or 128 Speed Steps
  • Program on Main or Program Track
  • Capable of 28 Accessory Functions
  • Conforms to NMRA standards

PRODIGY ADVANCE2 consists of three elements.  The POWER PACK transforms the power from your mains socket ready for the Base Unit.  The BASE UNIT is the brains behind the operation.  It contains all the technology you need to send DCC commands to your trains and accessories.  However, short of turning the power on and off, you'll find your closest companion is the Walkaround controller which plugs straight into the Base Unit.  

The WALKAROUND is a hand-held controller that you use to send your commands to the Base Unit, which then sends them on to the relevant decoder on your layout.  You control the speed and direction of your trains from here.  One of the key features of DCC operation is that each of your locomotives has a numeric address which you select as and when you want to run that locomotive.  

DCC allows you to run it anywhere on your railway at the same time as other trains are moving as well.  You can operate points (individually or route set) and signals from the Walkaround.  You can use it to programme your decoders to replicate the running characteristics of your locomotives, or even introduce a speed clock that allows you to run a 24 hour timetable within one operating session.  

The possibilities are almost endless with DCC and with locomotives becoming available with factory-fitted decoders as standard, we are entering an exciting new era.  Of course, you can also retro-fit your older locomotives with decoders if you wish.

The handset in this pack is fitted with a clear and bright blue backlit display, ideal for users operating a railway in less than ideal lighting conditions.