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    Fun with Arduino - a Series of Introductory Videos

    I bet almost everyone here at the forum has heard about the Arduino and how much fun and how useful it can be to model railroaders and other hobbyists. Price is no issue, an Arduino can be had at about $3,-. But not every hobbyist has affinity with electronics or with software. To some the...
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    locoThrottleJS - prototypical model train throttle system

    Hey guys, just wanted to show off a software I've been working on. If you've seen Bruce Kingsley's "Ultimate DCC Throttle" project, which has become famous over the last few months, you can think of my program as a tool to make similar experiences accessible to everyone. It's a web app built in...
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    Speed Control

    Sorry about the quick registration and thread, but I am kind of in a rush and didn't have the time to search for this, as I was hoping to have the problem resolved by the time my grandfather gets here on Christmas morning to see the layout :P Anyways, I get the feeling that this is a long...
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    DCC Drawer version 2

    I've adopted CTI-Electronics computer control system integrated with my Lenz Set 100 to automate my railroad. Currently have the ability to run three trains automatically with signaling. 18 electronic blocks. Drawer was removed from layout for this rework.





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