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· Gary Skipp
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Hi Kevin

From my own experience, 1. and 2. are correct

For .3, the default wiring on the Ninco LC connects all common lanes, so if you leave this unmodified then by going back to analogue mode with the LC in place, you will have one big lane as opposed to 2/4/6 however many you have. It may just be the case that you can remove the common connections and get your seperate lanes back, but you'll have to ensure each lane is then powered independantly when running o2. If you don't, you'll change to a lane with no power!

Hope that makes sense, and also that it is correct
 

· Gary Skipp
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Maurizio, we were having this trouble too. Great to see it's an easy fix!

Kevin, for our Le Mans circuit we use 13.8V, 30amps. But that might be a bit overkill for what you want to do. 10amps should be more than enough.

If I were you then I would start from scratch, wire the track in analogue so that you can use whatever the standard plug is for controllers in the US. Then as you say, for o2 its just a matter of fitting the dummy plug to short the positive and signal.
 
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