EDIT: Once again, Rob just beat me to it.
If you are going to use the 'TRACK' output of the Select to operate points. Then you need to connect 'DCC Accessory Decoders' to the track output of the Select first. The Accessory Decoders then in turn connect to the point operating motors.
As to which Accessory Decoders you use, that will depend upon what type of point operating motors you want to use. The Hornby R8247 Accessory Decoder will only operate 'Solenoid' based point operating motors. Each R8247 has four ports [one port per point]. Thus the schematic below can operate eight points directly. Multiple R8247s can be connected in parallel. Only two shown below to keep the schematic simple and tidy.
Note also, that with a Select. The Accessory Decoder ports must start at DCC Address 61 and not exceed 99. The factory default for a R8247 starts at DCC Address 01, therefore any R8247 Accessory Decoders you purchase to install will have to have their default factory addresses changed.
R8247 number 1 changed to '61 to 64'
R8247 number 2 changed to '65 to 68'
number 3 to '69 to 72' etc
Using Hornby R8247 Accessory Decoders with a Select
The AUX Output, of the Select is not DCC, the AUX output can only be used to operate solenoid point motors using analogue technology and a CDU [Capacitor Discharge Unit] must be used with the Select, as the Select AUX output is not powerful enough to operate points directly without one.
Using the Select AUX output via a CDU to operate Solenoid points manually via Analogue control.
The little red / silver switches are Non-Locking Momentary Action Change-Over switches with a Centre-Off position. Any form of locking switch will not work. The following link is an example of a suitable switch to use.
CDUs are available form any good railway model retailer and via eBay, just search eBay for CDU.
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