Lionel O 6-81946 FasTrack O36 Remote/Command Switch (Right Hand)

LIO-6-81946
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Lionel O 6-81946 FasTrack O36 Remote/Command Switch (Right Hand)
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Lionel O 6-81946 FasTrack O36 Remote/Command Switch (Right Hand)

Includes 1/4 curve to complete O36 45-Degree curve

Flawless non-derailing function allows trains to keep running regardless of switch position
Plug and play using track voltage or auxiliary power
Auxiliary power and TMCC (ASC and SC-2) terminals are conveniently located under the roadbed base, making all connections invisible from above
Realistic illuminated switch lantern
Lantern base is interchangeable, can move to the right or left side
Dimensions: Length: 10" Straight, 33 3/4-Degree turnout
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  • 5
    RH Remote Switch

    Posted by William King on Jun 29th 2018

    This switch does not function. The three other switches all work fine.
    How do I obtain one to replace this item? What is procedure? This is the first time I’ve had a problem with your products.
    I’m very satisfied with my orders from M. B. Klein. The products are always available as advertised. The delivery is prompt and the products arrive in good shape. I like this Company.

  • 5
    Fastrack Remote/Command Switch(es)

    Posted by David Ramsey on Jun 20th 2018

    I now have 10 of these on my new layout, and will add more as budget allows. At first I was surprised at the price - I thought it was a little high - but considering the features the price is not out of line. I operate all of my switches via command control from my legacy controller instead of building control panels. Setting the address is easy, as is operating them. For the most part they seem to be rugged enough to stand up to "carpet based" operation. I do have a word of caution: two of my switches have required adjustment to operate properly. There are two limit switches which control the point motor, and they are not adjustable. On the two problematic switches I had to use a little Bondic to build up the moving surface which activated the limit switch. This required removing the bottom sheet metal panel (you'll need a phillips head jeweler's screwdriver) and applying the Bondic - it took me about 10 minutes and has not been a problem since.

    Overall I believe these non-derailing command control operated switches are a good value.