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Li-Po Batteries For H0 Locomotives ?
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 Posted: Wed Nov 27th, 2013 05:44 pm
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Question to David:

I have read about a Step up Module, which make the Voltage higher than 3.7 Volts.

What is it?

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 Posted: Thu Nov 28th, 2013 07:26 am
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http://www.pololu.com/product/2115

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 Posted: Thu Nov 28th, 2013 07:56 am
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Hi,

I can recommend as well the pololu converter that Railbaron mentioned.

http://freerails.com/view_topic.php?id=5265&forum_id=45&highlight=rail+taxi

You will see that there is much less space in these 1:22.5 Gn15 curiosities than in your H0 loco. :bg:

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Dieter,

They are less than half the size of David’s 60-22rx.

Soldering is precise so be careful not to short connections.

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Hi Dieter  :wave:



Good to hear from you today.  :)


I hope the R.C. is going well & you have mastered 'the art' of batteries !  :thumb:


Let us know how you are doing with it all.  L:


Maybe even Post some pix. ... We LOVE pix. !  :bg:


All the best.  :2t:



:moose:



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 Posted: Mon Dec 17th, 2018 05:26 pm
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Hi Si,

I have done a lot in the years.
I have built an 0n30 system with port, further about now a H0e plant.

The 0n30 system will have 2 locomotives, a railbus and a Shay, both will still be equipped with R.C.
The H0e system with a minitrains Gmeinder I have already converted to R.C. but the R.C. components are in a ghost-car.

I have waited all the years to get the right R.C. components and LiPos,
now I have ordered the DelTang parts, in the UK at Micron, and they are just waiting for their use :-)

It will take a while, but I'll report!

A few photos in advance, you love pics :-)

0n30:















H0e:





More Pictures on my Website:

My website

More soon, sorry the pictures are too big.

Dieter




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Great work Dieter,

Thanks for posting.


Great detail and modelling!


Good luck as well with your BPRC component installation. 

I predict that you will be really pleased with the result.


Best

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