Peco OO/HO Scale Turnout, 2nd Radius, Right Hand Track #ST-240

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PECO Setrack OO/HO CODE 100
Turnout, 2nd Radius, Right Hand ST-240

PECO Setrack 00 Gauge Code 100 - Unit trackage System
The high quality rigid unit trackage system suitable for all popular brands of 00 gauge model trains.
Being fully compatible with the Code 100 PECO Streamline range, it need never be discarded as your layout develops.
The solid nickel silver rails are integrally moulded into the sleeper bases for maximum realism and strength. Turnouts are fitted with an over-centre spring for immediate use, no extra levers necessary. 2nd Radius Left Hand Turnout.

Technical Specification:

  •     Length: 168mm
  •     Frog Angle: 22.5 Degrees
  •     Radius: 438mm

Recommended to be used with:

  •     PECO Setrack 00 Gauge Code 100 - Unit trackage System
  •     ST-280 Track Fixing nails
  •     STP-OO PECO Setrack Planbook

 

(66-ST240)

SKU 66-ST240
Barcode # 5050881031506
Brand PECO
Shipping Weight 0.1000kg
Shipping Width 0.280m
Shipping Height 0.060m
Shipping Length 0.100m
Shipping Cubic 0.001680000m3

ST-240 & ST-241, Very useful in tight spaces

14 October 2019
I am working in a confined area & Peco ST-240 & ST241 (L&R) Points (Turnouts) are perfect for this purpose. I have been changing all of my Points to Peco, I like the decisive click across when the points are changed. Just FYI, I am using Peco Points in conjunction with: 1) PL-10E Point Motors (Solenoids) The E stands for Extended Pin. You can always shorten the pins, but . . ; 2) PL-9, which allow PL-10E to be mounted under the board, with just a 10mm hole for the Pin, rather than a massive and complicated cutout; 3) PL-15, which provide a DPDT switch, which is useful for many applications, including reversing the polarity of your track, & are also handy for ElectroFrog points. When a PL-15 is used, it goes above the PL-10E & therefore takes the place of a PL-9; 4) PL-13, which provides an SPDT switch which can be used to change Red/Green signals at the same time that the points change, for instance. These are mounted under the PL-10E, fit snugly, but need to be glued into place. Take care which glue you choose; 5) PL-12 allows a PL-10 to be surface mounted, but PL-10’s are large & not pretty, so best hidden; 6) SL-14, Surface mounted Switch Motor (Solenoid), small & neat, but can’t easily work with switches; 7) PL-26 intermittent switches, which come in 4 colours. They can be mounted into PL-27 for neatness.
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