Bachmann ACS-64 Resources

The DCC sound-equipped ACS-64 includes a TCS WOWSound®CD-Quality 16-bit 44,100Hz decoder with Audio Assist® for easy configuration without programming CVs and a Keep-Alive®  device for uninterrupted operation, even over dirty track. The WOWSound® electric locomotive sound package includes horn, bell, cooling fan/power inverter, pantograph extension and retraction, coupler close/release, brake release and application, momentum, crew alert, grade crossing quill, departing and arriving station announcements, and more. The locomotive with all new tooling also features fully remappable light functions, die-cast frame, and a selector switch for choice between rail and pantograph operation.

Bachmann ACS-64 Product Literature Download

Link to the "Quick Start Guide" product literature included with the ACS-64 models, including a guide to the custom function page mappings.

TCS Comprehensive Programming Guide Download

The Comprehensive Programming Guide contains all the information we could fit into one document regarding CVs and decoder configuration. Learn how to modify everything from decoder addresses and lighting features, remap functions, establish user presets, set speed curves, control momentum, and program CVs unique to WOWSound decoders. Download the Comprehensive Programming Guide (PDF document, 713KB.)

WOWSound Electric Programming Guide Download

This manual covers the setup and configuration of the sound components of the WOWSound Electric decoder. The ACS-64 model from Bachmann has TCS' first WOWSound decoder with electric sounds. TCS does not currently offer other Electric decoders. Download the WOWSound Electric Guide (PDF document, 1.2MB). 

Bachmann Trains Warranty Program Visit

Follow the link above to learn more about the Bachmann factory warranty on your ACS-64 model or fill out a repair request. 

Bachmann ACS-64

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