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Batteries For HO Scale GP9 ?
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 Posted: Fri Jun 1st, 2018 05:59 pm
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Neil Stanton has exactly this on his site,

it is a sound loco, it uses his universal circuit board to keep the wiring at a minimum:

S-Cab Atlas GP-7 r/c installation





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I'm presuming then the wheel pick up acts as a charge point? As there's no mention of charging.



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d10ng wrote: I'm presuming then the wheel pick up acts as a charge point? As there's no mention of charging.

Yes.

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Thanks to everyone for the advice and support.


The conversion was straightforward once a suitable battery was sourced -

nano-tech 300mAh 2s measuring 44mmx15mmx12mm.

Using only Blutac (plastic putty), but some minor alterations to the lighted number panels are still needed.


Geoff


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