Lenz USP Capable Decoders

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grande man

Bonafied Grande Nut
This idea may hold some merit. Lenz has a new Gold Series decoder with Uninterruptible Signal Processing. Apparently, the board has a separate power supply for smooth running over dirty track. That could come in handy. ;) I'm not sure how new these are or if they're even available yet. Anyone seen them? It's off to Tony's site...

http://www.lenz.com/techinfo/index.htm
 
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NZRMac

In Training Down Under.
It's a great idea, but the output is very small .25amp 1 second and less, so an older loco might not keep going at all!!

I may try one in a Mantua 4-6-2 pacific I have.

Ken.
 

grande man

Bonafied Grande Nut
Yeah, I'd like to try one as well. I wonder if one of the greatest benefits is that flickering lights would be a thing of the past.
 




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