I have split my tramway into 2 sections; east and west. Both sections are insulated form each other and have their own PWM controller. Ok so my question is this: when a Tram car passes from one section to the other the trolley wheel goes through a section isolator (as light rail types call them, Cut off being the tramway term) there is also a break in the rails, as I say both sections are isolated. But from what I can make out it is the negative that is modulated and I'm just a tad concerned that I'm going to create a short circuit or blow up one or other of the controllers when a tram passes over the joint as the wheels will allow current to pass from one section to the other i.e. up the front wheels and out the back wheels or vice versa...
Someone here will know if I'm going to get the big blue flash or whatever...
____________________ There once was a man who said Damn!!
I perceive with regret that I am
A creature that moves
in predestinate groves
I'm not a Bus, I'm a tram