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 Posted: Mon Nov 2nd, 2015 10:23 pm
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Hi All                At the weekend there was a OO layout, one of many:oops:?? but this one stood out from the rest??It was a D C C layout, but that was not it?? no, this layout had "L E D " Yard lights, but the special thing about these lights was that they had  Individual Sockets. Which obviously is very handy for "Portable Layouts". I asked the owner "Who was the maker" to which he replied"Viessmann", Today I phoned "Gaugemaster" and asked if they had any in stock?? silence:oops::???:?? The assistant did not know what I was talking about.                             can anyone please help                   all the best  Kevin



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Have you Googled Viessmann Kevin?.



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Have a look at layouts4u.  Not sure if they plug in,may need a small connector and a recessed tube to sit in.?  They do grain of wheat or LED.



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Kevin's after lights he can unplug when the layout is packed away.  We've been talking via PM about it.

I suggested using a 2.5 mm audio jack/plug combo.



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There's a chap on eBay mate does oo gauge lights and they plug into a socket on layout thinks it's an audio socket sells em complete

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Hi Derbyshire 12. Cheers that looks so a jolly good idea, providing that the deal goes through without a hitch??. I'll get onto that Tomorrow.
My spell check would not let me do your name correctly..
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No probe mate hope it helped, think he's called cr_signals

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Gaugemaster do have plug in lights  H0 of course

 Viessmann 60921

http://www.gaugemaster.com/item_details.asp?code=VN60921&style=&strType=&Mcode=Viessmann+60921

 

found it also here http://www.eurorailhobbies.com/erh_list.asp?erh_find=60921

 

I don't think CR Signals are plug in versions http://www.crsignals.com/moreDetails.aspx?id=255



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Hi Ron. Thank you for your reply. I phoned ,"Gaugemaster" because when I googled "Viessmann ", (the company that the owner of the layout recommended as a supplier) but when I spoke to the "Geek " on the phone and described what I wanted,he assured me that I would have to buy the plug and socket and wire it up myself .
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I sourced my Viessmann lights from Gaugemaster and put them to good use in the yard.





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Hi Rick. You must be a very lucky man? As I wrote in my thread the geek that I spoke to,on the phone,at ,Gaugemaster, did not either know or care what I wanted , but said something about magnets and two wires which have to be passed through the baseboard and connected??
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Hi Rick               This is my "Second reply with Additional Information".  Now you may like these lights??  or not.They are quite tall, and have Four individual Lamp Shades, the lights I purchased are white, but there is not a ladder(I suppose one could be made if so desired??) But if you are a "Rivet Counter"?? you probably will not like them. But the one specification that I required is Pluggable and Yes they are pluggable. The lights are supplied by C R Signals.   all the best  Kevin



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