I use Peco Electrofrog code 75 turnouts. They require a re-feeding of the frog according to the position of the point blades. When delivered, they are configured so that the frog is powered by the simple blade contact on the counter-blade rail, which works correctly for, say, two hours at the most! No, we need actual switches, linked to the turnout motor.
Because who says route control says necessarily motorization of the turnouts. A very delicate question. For memory, here is the wiring to be made.