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CVP's EasyDCC Digital Command Control
CVP's EasyDCC Digital Command Control
CVP's EasyDCC Digital Command Control
CVP's EasyDCC Digital Command Control
CVP's EasyDCC Digital Command Control
CVP's EasyDCC Digital Command Control
CVP's EasyDCC Digital Command Control
CVP's EasyDCC Digital Command Control
CVP's EasyDCC Digital Command Control
CVP's EasyDCC Digital Command Control
CVP's EasyDCC Digital Command Control
CVP's EasyDCC Digital Command Control
CVP's EasyDCC Digital Command Control
CVP's EasyDCC Digital Command Control
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  XF-Series Wireless Receiver
16 Unique Frequencies - Excellent Coverage - Easy Installation
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  • 16 Unique Frequencies
  • Easy Setup
  • Easy Installation
  • High Gain Flexible Antenna
  • For all CVP wireless throttles
  • Many Hookup Options
The XF-series wireless receiver provides the link between your wireless throttles and the EASYDCC command station. The receiver connects directly to the command station although the modular cable connection is limited to about 10 feet. For longer distances, use the throttle-bus Extender and plug in the receiver anywhere along the bus.

Perfect complement to Tethered Throttles - The wireless receiver and wireless throttles may be used alone or right along with your existing tethered throttles without any changes. For new installations, you may choose to use only wireless throttles and enjoy the freedom of no throttle bus wiring.

Fast and easy setup - All setup is done from the front panel switches. No programming is required. You can select from different options and change them at any time. Front panel indicators show when wireless throttle data is being received and when the Command Station is interrogating the receiver.

Up to 8 independent throttles can be handled by one receiver. With a Group-1 receiver, each throttle has its own dedicated frequency to insure best possible performance. The new Group-1 receiver works with the T5000E, or the T9000E or the RF1300 or a mix of these throttles. One Group-1 receiver is included in the Wireless Starter System.

Up to 8 more independent throttles can be handled with the addition of a Group-2 wireless receiver. The new frequencies of the Group-2 receiver are unique and scan mode is recommended. The Group-2 receiver can only be used with the new T5000E throttle. When both Group-1 and Group-2 receivers are fully utilized, and both in the scan mode, 16 wireless throttles, each on their own frequency, will provide fast response and interference free operation.

Multiple receivers are allowed - for large layouts, multiple receivers can be used to provide complete coverage. Multiple receivers allow obstructions, long distances and other reception problems to be easily conquered. If you find an area with poor reception, simply plug in another receiver and connect it to the throttle bus


XFG1 - Wireless Receiver - Group 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $99

XFG2 - Wireless Receiver - Group 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $99

XFG2 - Upgrade (convert an older RX904 to a Group-2 XF receiver) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $50


Download the XF-Series Flyer for additional highlights and frequently asked questions. EasyDCC System Manual
The instructions for using the wireless receiver are contained in the XF-Series User guide. Click on the box to download a copy. EasyDCC System Manual
The instructions for upgrading an older RX904 receiver to the new radio module and Group-2 operation are contained in the Upgrade Guide. Click on the box to download a copy. EasyDCC System Manual
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Receiver Hookup Options - Choose The Best For Your Layout

Option #1 Direct Connection To Command Station - This is the easiest and quickest. Connect the modular cable between the receiver and the Command Stationís throttle jack. Set the front panel switches and you are all set to enjoy the freedom of truly wireless operation. A 7 foot modular cable is included with the receiver. With this installation, the maximum length between the receiver and the Command Station is 14 feet. Transformers are not shown.

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Option #2 Connect To The Throttle Bus - When you want to move the wireless receiver a long ways away from the command station, or mix both wireless throttles and plug-in throttles, you need to connect to the T-Bus. The throttle-bus, or T-BUS, allows nearly any length of low cost TV-coax cable between the Extender circuit board and one or more wireless receivers. The T-BUS is also used when there multiple receivers needed to provide adequate coverage. The T-BUS is also recommended when you are testing various locations for the receiver. If you find that reception is not optimum, itís easy to move to a new location without worrying about cable lengths.

EasyDCC Multiple Receivers - The T-BUS makes it easy to connect multiple receivers. Use one of the fascia plates with an optional third jack installed. Short lengths of cable are allowed from the third jack and connect to a wireless receiver. This technique can be used to mount multiple receivers to provide perfect coverage for all of your wireless throttles in the far flung outposts of your layout.

If you only need the little fascia boards and coax jacks, they can be ordered without the metal faceplate and plug-in throttle jacks. See the plug-in throttle section for these items.

Both receivers have their setup switches set for using the T-BUS. However, in the example below, the 2nd receiver is at the end of the bus. So its built-in cable terminator is turned with the front panel switch number 8. Notice that the first receiver has the switch number 8 off since it is not at the end of the coax line.

For layouts with more than 8 throttles, the T-BUS is used to connect the group-1 receiver along with a group-2 receiver.

The Extender circuit board, fascia plates and jacks are described in the Plug-In throttle section.

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