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I have a neighbor that wants to synchronize his house to mine next year and he also wants to build a train similar to the on

http://www.kindlachristmas.com

My question is how do the ELLs get there power? My plan is to either get a 12 volt inverter to run the LOR board and use LEDs since they dont draw much power and can operate on DC or use the D-Light DC16 board that runs off of 5-60 volts dc and use the ELL's to get the signal to the controller on the train. If I use a DC16 board can I still use the ELLs and does anyone have any comments on why this wouldnt work or how to make it work better?

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The ELL is powered by the LOR controller it is connected to. Very straightforward. I installed ELLs for both of my immediate neighbors. For convenience, I also put an ELL in my display so I don't have any physical connection to the PC.

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