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Okey Doke thanks Frank.

If we do migrate, I'll remind you. :wink:

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Great looking control box

With those capacitors you will bend the blades on the points:lol::lol::lol::lol:

 

cheers Brian.W

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If you use Peco points then they will probably jump right off the baseboard.:lol:



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Frank - that's some piece of kit and I guess it packs a heft punch - if I send you a couple of wires over from France, can you connect them up and change my point as well ? !!:roll::roll::lol::lol::lol:

 

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Dukedog wrote:    Petermac wrote: Frank - that's some piece of kit and I guess it packs a heft punch - if I send you a couple of wires over from France, can you connect them up and change my point as well ? !!:roll::roll::lol::lol::lol:

 

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No problem Petermac!
When you get to the English side of the chanel tunnel, head north north west for about 250miles!


See you tomrrow  !!! :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:



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Frank,
      It never ceases to amaze me when I see the various ways people have of controlling their trains.This kind of wiring is very advanced stuff to me,but I will have to get into it at some point when I begin work on"the beast in the loft".
       Where do you get your components from...local shop or internet??
In the meantime,I'll have a butchers at your website and see if I can fathom it all out.

cheers,John.B.

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your even scratchbuilding your controller super stuff

 

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I am now out of my depth with this wonderful electronics! I stand here and simply doff my cap to Frank!



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HP, building controllers is easy - just follow the wiring. It does work out a lot cheaper on money costs.

In fact the local group when I joined, had a common circuit design & plug method for ultimately all 6 layouts so we could take our own controller along & know that it would work.

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Les wrote: Okey Doke thanks Frank.

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As promised frank.:cheers

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Good on ya Frank.:doublethumb

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They must be small Frank because it looks ok to me. Better than ok in fact.



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That looks great Frank - a little masterpiece and the colouring is just superb.

Real Welsh building stone - what is it ?



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The only defects i can see is that there is no glass in the windows:hmm



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