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I'm starting to get into club racing (slowly) and have got a DS Pro Speed 3 controller which with its variability of adjustments will be (I hope) helpful for me as a beginner.

It would be even more useful if I could somehow "jury-rig" it in to my Scaley Sport home track(s). I have the standard scaley power supply that normally plugs into the powerbase unit.

Any ideas? Wiring diagram?

Phil.
 

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DS has an adapter (DS-0091) to go from their controller, which I gather uses bananna plugs, to a Scalextric type connection. They say that their controllers use standard polarity, but by that I believe that they mean the standard polarity that is used with all 1/32nd plastic tracks. People that wire their own tracks usually use a different scheme and I don't think the DS controller will work with that.
 

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QUOTE (RichD @ 30 May 2012, 14:43) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>DS has an adapter (DS-0091) to go from their controller, which I gather uses bananna plugs, to a Scalextric type connection. They say that their controllers use standard polarity, but by that I believe that they mean the standard polarity that is used with all 1/32nd plastic tracks. People that wire their own tracks usually use a different scheme and I don't think the DS controller will work with that.
can you explain about polarity please?

we always use the poliarity as printed on parma boxes..
 
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