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    • August 9, 2013 9:44 PM EDT
      • Spokane Valley, Washington St.
         
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      I contacted Dave Bodnar and messaged him about a project I was working on. I'm bashing another Bachmann 44 toner into a 1:20.3 Standard Gauge switcher. I want front and rear yellow flashing roof lights (LED). After messaging a little back and forth, Dave made me up a circuit board with the flashing lights that I can adjust the rate of flash. Wires were long enough to mount the board in the loco and route the wires to the roof.

      Dave was fast with his responses, and sending me the unit.


      Kudos go out to Train Electronics. I won't hesitate to order from him again if I need a lighting project.



      http://www.trainelectronics.com/index.htm

    • August 9, 2013 11:20 PM EDT
      • Lewiston, NY
         
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       I have to look closer at that site. That ditch light control board looks very cool. Thanks.

    • August 23, 2013 11:18 PM EDT

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      Agreed, I have his wireless digital speedometer.

       

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