A triple switch saves space for sidings for example and thus replaces 2 switches.
The Roco 42543 triple switch with ballast corresponds to the length of a straight rail Roco 42510 G1 (230 mm ) a small straight rail Roco 42513 G1/4 (57.50 mm).
2 motors Roco 42620 (analog) or 42624 (digital) are required for a triple switch.
For analog use, the Roco 10526 control box allows control of motorized triple turnouts.
For digital use, the decoder built into the Roco 42624 motor allows direct control by a digital control unit.
The heart angle of the Roco 42543 triple turnout is 10.8°.
The track system RocoLine is a so-called "2 Rails" power system operating in direct current analog and digital modes.
Discover RocoLine track with soft ballast, which is replicated with a light gray rubber sole that perfectly mimics the texture of the ballast.
This soleplate, allows phonetic isolation of your model train layout and thus limit the noise of rolling stock at the HO 1/87 scale .
The track ties mimic wooden ties.
The connection of two RocoLine rails with ballast is made via the rail's fishplates but also via clips located under the rubber soleplate.
Once connected,the junction between 2 rails is discrete.
To supply your tracks with analog, you can use the Roco rail reference 42521.
For digital operation, use the Roco connecting rail reference 42517.