A smart coupler for H0/00

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  1. Sol

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    SMR CHRIS Staff Member Moderator

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    Works out at $94au a pair
    They take pay pal
    Only have one version available you get 2 couplers and one actuator board so both knuckles release at the same time
    Interesting though
     
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    And it's for DCC, so it's no use for me.....
     
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    From the site it looks like they are looking at a DC version
    “We are planning to produce the uncoupling system for analog controller”
    And there is a video of DC operation sounds like it dose a AC pulse ?? To activate
    DC video


    DCC version Video
     
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    All the same I think that fitting these to my Hornby Dublo 3 rail would be like fitting alloy wheels to my 1962 Wolseley.
     
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    Yes it would probably look a bit modern
     
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    In case anybody is wondering, I actually do have a 1962 Wolseley - here it is at Nurragingy Reserve at Doonside a few years ago:

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    nice looking motor mister:avatar::avatar:

    I've actually got the horn from a Wolseley of that model somewhere in my miscellaneous stored car parts quite unique style of vibrating plate type.
     

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