Announcing the immediate availability of no frills servo mounts (12 pack). … and yes, the price is correct, £12.00 for 12. See the shop listing and demonstration video here.
All MultiPanel starter kits have been enhanced to include: 24 sets of panel mount buttons, mounting hardware and plug and play cables 24 pairs of GREEN/GREEN LEDs and plug and play cables This makes the version 2 MultiPanel starter kit the most complete ‘all in one box’ solution we offer. The MultiPanel Starter Kit V2 […]
A new driver board for Cobalt digital IP motors is now available from our web shop. The driver module can control up to six Cobalt digital IP motors and integrate them into our control system. You can read about the product and watch the introduction video here.
This video demonstrates all features as present in the SEPT-2018 software update to a Servo Controller (12 channel). Fitted as standard since the middle of August 2018 this video compliments the previous Servo Controller videos by demonstrating ALL features present in the unit. While you wont be interested in every feature, it does demonstrate just […]
Bi colour LEDs are now available for our plug-n-play MultiPanel processors. These GREEN/RED LEDs will change colour when points change. Available in packs of 12 (24 LEDs per pack) from the web shop here. Video demonstrating their use. Link to shop.
Servo Controller 4R A 4 channel servo controller with integrated frog switch – available immediately via the web shop. The Servo Controller controls up to 4 servos on your model railway layout. Its flexible design means that it can be operated by connecting toggle switches directly to the supplied cables or it can be controlled […]
The MiniPanel Processor is a simplified mimic panel controller for up to 12 channels and is available as a bare bones circuit board or starter kit including all LEDs, buttons, plugs and cables. Designed for smaller layouts, the MiniPanel can control servos for points or semaphore use; traditional solenoid points motors, Tortoise type stall motors […]
These leads are 50cm in length and have the appropriate plug at each end. See here for more details.
This back to basics video shows how failing to centre the servo can lead to unexpected results. We then go to demonstrate how to correct and install a servo for turnout control with a minimum of fuss. Video here
This video discusses and demonstrates how to adjust the network address ranges on solenoid, Kato and stall motor turnout motor driver boards. With up to 192 devices controllable on any one network, this video explains the basics for address setting. Once set, a board can be physically placed anywhere on the network and in any […]