Servo 4R and relay board

Servo Controller 4R – New product announcement

Servo Controller 4R

A 4 channel servo controller with integrated frog switch – available immediately via the web shop.

The Servo Controller controls up to 4 servos on your model railway layout. Its flexible design means that it can be operated by connecting toggle switches directly to the supplied cables or it can be controlled via the built in network interface. This makes remote control via DCC module, MultiPanel, MiniPanel or even another Servo Controller 4R all possible.

The Servo Controller has many different user selectable output models including normal and reversed turnout operation, upper or lower quadrant semaphore signal and includes an integrated relay module for frog or track switching. Each of the four outputs may be set independently.

All configuration is via the built in buttons and LEDs and requires only one finger to configure. No external devices are required to configure or operate this unit.

To view the introduction video see the Servo 4R product page.

 

 

 

MiniPanel Processor – New product announcement

The MiniPanel Processor is a simplified mimic panel controller for up to 12 channels and is available as a bare bones circuit board or starter kit including all LEDs, buttons, plugs and cables.

Designed for smaller layouts, the MiniPanel can control servos for points or semaphore use; traditional solenoid points motors, Tortoise type stall motors and Kato Unitrack turnouts.

See the product page for introduction and quick start videos, to download the user guide and determine which versions are available.

Available now direct from our web shop.

Setting network address range on solenoid, stall and Kato motor driver boards

This video discusses and demonstrates how to adjust the network address ranges on solenoid, Kato and stall motor turnout motor driver boards. With up to 192 devices controllable on any one network, this video explains the basics for address setting. Once set, a board can be physically placed anywhere on the network and in any order, the device numbers will not alter.

Video link here.