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Exhibition and demos


New version of Servo decoder, Panel decoder and Signal decoders

At the request of users, the decoders have now been given the option to take their power directly from the LocoNet cable, without another external power source.
For this to work, there must be sufficient power resources on the LocoNet cable, which is offered by MGP Electricity Distribution Card.

If you want to feed the cards separately, the screw terminal for 5 volts can be used.

The USB connector on the cards has been removed.

The new decoders are black unlike the previous green ones.

There are two jumpers on the cards.
When feeding from LocoNet, these must be in place.
When feeding from the screw terminal, the jumpers must be removed.

New country versions of the Signal decoder

New signal decoders for Czech, Norwegian and US signals has been released.
The signal decoders are adapted for each country's different types of signals and at the moment we have signal decoders for Swedish, Danish, German, Czech, Norwegian and US signals.

If you are interested in current or new signal decoders, please contact us.

New version of the App for decoder configurations

We have released a new major version of the App used for configurations of the decoders.
New in this version is language support!

I this release we have added support for Swedish together with the default language English.

The App uses the language used by the telephone, so those that have a Swedish telephone will see all menus and button texts as well as SV names in Swedish.
If you are used to the English names of SV's and find it hard with the new Swedish names, it is possible to change back to the English names through a configuration inside the App.

Texts on menus and buttons though are dependant on the language of the phone, so if English are to be used, then the phone must be set to English.

More languages are possible, so if anyone would like support for you own language, please get in touch with us.


A minor change in the train models kits

Some details in the kits, that has previously been molded in plastic, is now produced with 3D printers. This is used mainly for smaller items like details on the roof and under the train.
Due to this step, some of the models that has been out of stock for a while, will be reintroduced during the coming months.
The first of these models is Yd that is now in stock.

Signal decoder for Danish signal

A signal decoder for Danish signals is available.

There will also be a version for German signals, but the development of this decoder is slow due to lack of active beta tester.
More Beta testers wanted!

Occupancy detection for 3R

Nice to see that many working with Märklin/3R have noticed the MGP control system. With this comes the wish for suitable occupancy detection.
The shop now includes 3R occupancy detection (sensing 5 tracks) aimed to be used with the servo decoder.
On the way is also a card for for 8 tracks that can be used with the signal decoder (which can handle 2 such cards and the 16 tracks).

These cards work with the usual 3R method of cutting one rail and using it as a detector rail.

Signals in both H0 and N

Prototyp till kommande signaler, N och H0A whole series of Swedish and Danish signals are under development, from the smallest dwarf signal to large five light main signal, and of course the signals around the railway crossing.
The signals is available both H0 and N scale!

The picture shows prototypes for the Swedish 3 light main signal in N and H0.
These signals are very neat and nice.
They are very easy to operate - driver etc. is built in so they are ready to be connected to the signal decoder.

Signal mounting

For the signals there is a mounting, a "signal pit". It's  removable and makes it easy to mount the signals on the layout. In the mounting there is space for drivers electronics (LED3), so it can also be used for other signal then the MGP signals.

Control of traditional switches

Many people have asked for a decoder to control traditional switch motors.
Now a MGP decoder for this, is available. It has about the same features as the servo decoder and can be used with traditional switch motors of "sollenoid-type" as well as "motor-type".

Sound at railway crossing

The sound module sold out almost immediately, but now we have more of them in stock!

Servos and the servo decoder are ideal for building a railway crossings with barriers. The Servo Decoder can handle the automation so that the barriers will close when the train approaches, etc.
The lights around the railway crossing are handled by the signal decoder. The Signal Decoder
gets information from the Servo decoder to set the correct signals aspects at the right time.
Sound on the railway crossing can also be nice! The X-outputs of the
Servo Decoder can control and synchronize the audio.

Electricity distribution card

Specially from the module people there has been question around a way to easily provide power to the whole module from one power source.
The card is supplied with 12 volts and can provide the system with the necessary electricity.
Multiple cards can be connected together so that for example, a module divided into several sections, can be supplied by a single power source.
The various cards can be connected via the regular LocoNet cable or via separate cable.
Voltage conversion is effective to avoid unnecessary power losses.


Pictures from N-scale builders

It's very interesting to see the result of our kits. Pleas send pictures and we like to publish them on the site!

A selection of photos of the YD can be found on the  product page for Yd!

New photos of the Da model, look at the Da product page
Da och Gbls byggd av Kenneth A