MRC Prodigy advance question......

Discussion in 'DCC & Electronics' started by trainsteve2435, Feb 8, 2005.

  1. hey guys, i just purchased a knew prodigy advance system. i brought it home and had it up and running in just a few minutes. i have to say, it has all the big features, plus a great LCD read out and its really easy to use. my question is this..... im wanting to add 3 cab fascia panels so i can daisy chain them and im wondering what type to use. i ordered some for my NCE PHP a while back, but they are too small for the Prodigy to plug into. does anyone out there know where and what type i need for this system? thanks for all the help!:thumb:
  2. rksstl

    rksstl Member

    Steve MRC makes a Y cable to attach to the back side of the face plate so you can dasiy chain them to add as many as you need. MRCAD493 is the part#. I know wholesale trains sells them and your LHS could probably get them for you too.
  3. CN1

    CN1 Active Member

    Great stuuf about the Advance.

    I have the basic prodigy and I will upgrade to the Advance soon
  4. vanda32547

    vanda32547 Member

    I too am using the MRC Prodigy Advance System...

    I too am using the MRC Prodigy Advance System (since about October 2004) and love it. This was my first venture into the whole DCC arena. It may not be everyones cup of tea but for my purposes and the money it offers all the features I needed or wanted.

    You may also be interested in knowing that a company is currently writing computer code to use with this system and soon you will be able to automate operations with a PC. I should have a BETA test of this program sometime in April/May from the designer...more on this later :D

  5. rksstl

    rksstl Member

    Bob, keep us informed how the testing goes when you start using it. Seems like MRC hit the mark with the advance system.
  6. Alan B

    Alan B Member

    The Atlas UPC will probably work.
  7. vanda32547

    vanda32547 Member

    In a recent email from Matt Katzer here is an update on software for the MRC Prodigy Advance System...

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