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RoGNer wrote:The track is Mamod - 32mm (o gauge). So works out as 15" gauge prototype, roughly, at 1/12th.
Could you post a picture of an example of the battery loco you like please? I'm not sure what those look like. I like battery locos.
rue_d_etropal wrote:I prefer simple things, but in latest 16mm association magazine someone has found an ultra cheap radio controlled device which he modified to run trains.
link on ebay here
ultra cheap control
if that link disappears just search on 'RF Wireless Remote Switch Controller Dimmer for Mini LED Strip Light', hich is what I have just done to find an example.
I like the idea, but know from experience that complex electronics have a habit of going wrong at wrong time. I have shown the article to friends, and one thought was that finding the right handset might be a problem if you had several.
but in latest 16mm association magazine someone has found an ultra cheap radio controlled device which he modified to run trains.
rue_d_etropal wrote:I had better not mention the excellent special edition booklet from Narrow Gauge Society about monorails.
NFBrown wrote:A link to an article about using an RC LED dimmer to run trains can be found on the Dead Rail Society site. http://trainelectronics.com/Articles/Ra ... /index.htm
I think I may try it in 1/12th and maybe in Gn15 if it's small enough.
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