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 Posted: Fri Nov 15th, 2019 01:15 pm
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Coming soon, Peco's new Twistlock turnout motor.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKLWGKr_nwQ&feature=youtu.be


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 Posted: Fri Nov 15th, 2019 01:23 pm
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Still a solenoid. Not clear if it could be used with the old motors. Seems an odd development given the increasing trend to stall motors and low power wiring.

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 Posted: Fri Nov 15th, 2019 01:25 pm
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True, and they're only showing it being attached to OO gauge trackwork.


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They are also advertised with a "twin microswitch" attachment suggesting some way of switching frog polarity AND running LEDs on a mimic panel.  However none of the technical blurb mentions anything about it.

Anyone got an inside line on this????

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Barry. no different than the twin microswitch on the convectional Peco solenoid
Half way down for frog switching & LEDs
https://brian-lambert.co.uk/Electrical_Page_3.html



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Thanks Sol

My electronics is not strong but I can see that I need to investigate relays!!

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