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 Posted: Tue Jul 5th, 2022 08:48 am
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I'm hoping you might give me and my pal some guidance ...we have got fed-up of waiting for Dapol to expand their lovely GWR Junction signals and produce LMR equivalents. So we have decided to dip our toes into the world of colour lights. We don't want the really up market ones from Train tech, we bought one and it's good, but, with the auto-sensor fitted it's too big to fit between the tracks on an existing layout. So, do you have expirience of the above brands and which is best? Also, is there a way to automate their operation by sequencing?I look forward to your answers.
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Berko are assembled Eckon are kits
https://onlinemodelsltd.co.uk/index.php/shop/
I have used both and happy with them

Electrical - see http://www.heathcote-electronics.co.uk/heathcote_product_index.html



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Hi. Thanks for this infoDavid



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Hi David, I have been away so just seen this post.
I have train Tech signals and Heathcote electronics and they work like a dream. If space is limited, you can opt for the extended wire sensors.



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Hi Gary, thanks for that info.David



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