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Okay this may be a complete newbie question but here goes - essentially a lot of my collection, especially the Ninco classics, just shoot off at the slightest twitch of the throttle and are already beyond their cornering limits at the lowest level of power, really either 'off' or 'on'.

I have just bought 45ohm Parma economy controllers and use Scalextric Sport track and powerbase with two Hornby transformers - so anyway I'm thinking I need a variable power supply? I only have a temporary home track so I don't want to spend a fortune but I spotted this at Pendle:

PSRT1 Variable Output transformer.

Ideal for powering medium to large home circuits.
Can be supplied with wiring harness to connect to Scalextric or Sport Powerbase
DC Regulated Voltage & Current.
Output Voltage can adjust from 0 to 15volts
Output Current can adjust from 0 to 3amp
Overload Ciruit Protection
Size 225mmx95mmx160mm(lxbxh)
Weight 2.5kg

Am I barking up the wrong tree?


Thanks, Cube
 

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Nuro, is that the one from Pendle which I quoted the stats from above?

If you run it through the Sport powerbase do you get a connection for each lane to avoid the power surge if the other lane has an off, or is that not relevant for this?

Looks like a nice piece of kit anyway, could definitely impress my friends with it.....
 
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