I believe you would pair the wireless controllers to the bases individually. If you pair Blue controller to base 1, and base 2 has a different dip switch configuration, it would NOT control cars on track 2. You would need a second blue controller for track 2, and it would in turn NOT control cars on track 1. If they had the same dip switch setting, it probably would be a problem.By the way : I have noticed 2 smal dip switches below the powerbase. Someone have mentioned to me, that these swithces are to change the id of the base, so you can have more powerbases active at the same time, in the same room. This could be a problem with wireless controllers, if this possibility was not there. But we are guessing.........................
friend got the same pinched screen running in arc air mode, so near yet so far, great to read about the ease of setup and use, the fact everything pairs up with ease has to be applauded.
If it had the right app it would be there, same for the new chip, again supply the goods but leave the plug off on the chip for the light output , let's hope future high detail cars come with the lighting looms fully wired and the chip has the needed plugs fitted.
Great write up
That is something I'm wanting to do, yes.Hi Greg
are you planning to cut the track piece from the power base?
Thanks! Unfortunately, it looks like there are separate panels covering the actual sensors, so I can't see what kind they each are. But, it does look like 4 wires going to each set of sensors, once set at each end of the track piece. I have a feeling it's different enough from current designs that I would not be able to use my existing track pieces, but still need to see what kind they are. I'm imagining some kind of blade sensor on each end, otherwise how would analog mode pit lane sensing work? Hold the brake button for that, too? I guess. Now that I think about it that way, I guess it could just be an ID sensor at one end and a blade sensor at the other. LOL.Pictures added to my arc pro gallery