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 Posted: Sun Sep 24th, 2017 06:41 am
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Are there any printable N gauge semaphore signals on the web ?
It would be useful to source signals, then I could make my own . :pedal


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Hello Roy,
You can try these from (strangely enough, from my own web site)  http://xdford.freeasphost.net/stag15.html and
http://xdford.freeasphost.net/stag15b.html

Hope this helps. I use A4 sticker paper for a range of buildings etc and fit the smaller images of the signals in the gaps left over on the page. 
You could print multiples on a page. I use Libre Office myself so use the drawing component of it to arrange the images I would use. I have stuck them onto plastic sheet, usually recycled margarine tub lids as a guide and cut them out... Have fun if this works for you!

Edit: You would have to resize these for N scale as well to 0.54 of their current size, but that means you could also use sticker label paper in smaller sizes with less waste

Cheers from Australia

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Many thanks,Trevor - just what I need.

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Trevor, I looked at your controller circuit. It is a lot like the ones I built.
You could use a Darlington power transistor in the place of the two in you circuit.
I used Tip 122 or Tip 127, depending on which sex you need.

Cheers
roy

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