Digitrax has announced two new n-scale decoders for the Kato MP36PH and LifeLike GP20, individual speakers for sound decoders sold separately, new DT402D firmware upgrade and new throttle apps for the iPhone and iPad. You can find more information on the Digitrax website HERE.


New N Scale Decoders!

DN163K4B – $36.00 MSRP
Board Replacement Decoder for Kato N Scale MP36PH Metra
Note: The light decoder for the end of train car will be available at a later date.

DN163L0A – $36.00 MSRP
Board Replacement Decoder for LifeLike GP20 and similar locos.



Speakers for Sound Decoders

Oval 10mm x 18mm 8 Ohm Speaker w/ wires
SP10188 – $9.00 MSRP
Fits many N & HO Scale installations. Used on current production SDN144A0, SDN144A1 & SDN144PS sound decoders.

Round 13mm 8 Ohm Speaker with wires
SP13138 – $9.00 MSRP
Fits many N & HO Scale installations. Used on current production SDN144K0A and SDN144K1E sound decoders.

Round 28mm 32 Ohm Speaker with wires
SP282832 – $9.00 MSRP
Great for HO installations. Used on current production SFX004, SFX064D, SDH164D & SDH164K1A sound decoders.

Round 28mm 8 Ohm Speaker with wires
SP28288 – $9.00 MSRP
Great for HO installations. Used on current production SFX0416 sound and function decoder.



DT402D Firmware Update

Now available for download at digitrax.com in the “What’s New” section. Follow the instructions posted on the Digitrax website to update your throttles to the latest firmware. Note that once you have performed the update, you should unplug the throttle from LocoNet and then remove and re-insert the battery to re-initialize the unit.



Coming Soon: Throttle Apps For iPad and iPhone!

Control Tower App by Overlook Labs
– Lets you use your iPad or iPhone as a wireless throttle on LocoNet.
– Coming Soon to Apple’s App Store
– Control locos and turnouts (including routes)

LocoNet WiFi Interface Module
LNWI – $139.00 MSRP
– Plug in to LocoNet to add a WiFi Interface
– Use with iPad, iPhone and other Smart Phone Apps coming soon.

Digitrax will be taking pre-orders now for shipment as soon as the first Apps become available on the web. According to Digitrax, they will not begin shipping until the App developers confirm that they have an App that works reliably with the LocoNet WiFi Interface. Digitrax expects this to happen within the next 60 days.

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