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me thinks people are getting there underwear in a tangle over mosfets and diodes, but please carry on because it's hilarious
LOL - no - months ago actually:blink:
So you ONLY just found out today and you've had the chips for months PMSL ..as you say an adequate lack of research. Too funny.
Meanwhile a couple of brands still use 3A
Hi Rick,Would like to see your design one day and the anti slide project is pretty cool.
What are you looking for Ade?me thinks people are getting there underwear in a tangle over mosfets and diodes, but please carry on because it's hilarious
No because everyone including you know if you had of known you would have mentioned it days ago.LOL - no - months ago actually
But why speculate on when I did my market research?
I even have a draw full of spare parts delivered last year from their country of origin.
Now back to the Scorpius 5A claim...
See Doc that's all you have. One error that even you yourself only found out where hours ago. Are you any better? Tell us all.Yep Ade it is indeed good all-round entertainment... all sparked by some somewhat exaggerated claims. But those claims aside, I do agree with Slotspeed and others... the Scorpius decoder when it hits the shelves should be the most advanced decoder in market. And on that basis I wish Scorpius all good fortune with their new product. :thumbsup:
Its hillarious for some i can assure you.Maybe I just assumed you would know that the series protection diode is the limiting factor since it is the series path to both the decoder circuitry and also to motor via the throttle FET. I have only looked at Carrera style decoder circuits but I know some decoders are fitted with a bridge rectifier since I think SSD uses AC.
Not sure what is so hilarious but to be honest I don't really care.
We are all trying to push the hobby further. Sometimes in different directions but lets all enjoy it hey?
Hi glad you like our products.Hi Injectorman,
A very nice list of features that I would like to see in other chips.
I would just argue the following features:
3. Compatibility with other systems: if the chip, by itself cannot be fully integrated into the other systems, without the need of the Scorpius controller, I don't call that compatible but "can work with if the Scorpius controller is use with"
4. If the chip is compatible with analog, I want to use my high performance analog controller, otherwise no point here to be compatible with analog. One way could be to implement a switch that bypass the electronic.
Otherwise all other features are nice, the ones I like the most are: 13, 16, 19, 22, 23 and 25. About the app, will you have an app for both iOS and Android?
Beside, an important note for me: for an European point of view, a drawback is that you don't have direct sales from Europe:
- Currency fluctuation is gamble
- Import custom tax is very high
- Shipping cost is high
- Shipment can be very long
Additionally if I receive a faulty device or have an issue later on, how will it works? Who pay for the return in Australia? And then, it will takes forever to have in return a replacement device or the repaired one.
To give you an idea, with many slot car vendors in Europe, I can get free shipping with 100 Euro of purchase, receiving the parts the next day or few days later if the vendor is not in my country.
Hopefully, you can work on that point as well.
I have one of your controller that I use with my Scalextric track, it work flawlessly and I appreciate your participation in the forum. Hopefully, you can keep going-on and work on the above points.
Wow you seriously have sociopathic issues. You need help.So the technical debate around who was first to put 5A MOSFETs into production was in the end conceded by Team Scorpius, and they quickly bounced back with a logic analysis that says someone somewhere forgot something. I would recommend holding to the core thread of the technical debate - that is of greater interest to our community.