DC and DCC are the two common types of control systems used for model trains. DC refers to Direct Current where your controller changes the amount of power in the track and this changes the speed of the train; all trains on the track will run at the same speed and direction. DCC means Digital Command Control where there is always power in the track and a digital signal is sent to a decoder in the train to tell it what speed and direction to run.
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