Wire free point control

Wire free point control


DCC Concepts has launched a new wire free accessory control device for model railways called ESP.

The system can be powered by 12v DC or DCC power systems and links in with DCC Concepts’ range of Cobalt point motors and Alpha Panel and Cobalt SS switches as well as being capable of working with products outside of the DCC Concepts range. It is designed to work with any type of switch - even stud and probe - and can be fitted to an existing layout or used in new builds.


ESP consists of two main circuit boards – a transmitter and receiver. The receiver is positioned in a control panel and paired with transmitter boards which in turn send signals to the receiver in a remote control panel.

The remote control panel does away with wiring through multiple boards - individual baseboards, for example, can have their own transmitter to operate points and accessories which then communicate with the receiver positioned in another area of the layout.


DCC Concepts says the ESP devices remove the need for soldering and long wires. It is suitable for use with all scales, can work with any brand of DCC system and it has no interference between systems for exhibition layouts.

ESP is available now from DCC Concepts and its retailers with prices set at £49.95 for the receiver and £39.95 for transmitters.

Visitors to the Great Electric Train Show will be able to see a full demonstration of DCC Concepts' new ESP this weekend (October 2/3) at the Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes MK1 IST. Advance tickets for the show are still available until this Thursday (September 30). Visit shop.keypublishing.com/gets2021 for more details.

Visit www.dccconcepts.com for more information.