Almost , what you would need to do is cut the common , on each terminal track so that each supply is only powering one lane. Terminal track one would power the inside lane and TT 2 would power the outside. then you need to solder jumper wires from the underneath of the power terminal track to even space intervals around the track . ie; 100 running feet of track , make a power connection every 25ft . it is really simple to do and it's the only way to get the stock power supply to work sufficantly .Matack said:OK...so let see if I understan this-
I'am looking to buy the AFX International set which come with 2 powersupplies. I would most likely set it up mostly in the 2 lane mode.
So I would plug in 1 controller in 1 terminal track and next controller in other while supplying power to each?
Yep, that's a perfectly acceptable arrangement for isolating the power between the two lanes using two terminal tracks. The reason it works is because you are only connecting one controller to each terminal track. The terminal track supply connection (positive lead) is only common at the controller hookups on the terminal track. The ground connection is common to both power supplies and the negative track rail, but that's not an issue. Ground is ground.anyone know more about this?