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'DelTang' Announcement Rx6x Series Future
Posted: Wed Jul 29th, 2020 07:25 am
1 st Post
Joined: Sat Nov 9th, 2013
Location: United Kingdom
Check out the news section on the DelTang site,
David T writes this :-
In the end, further to my obsolescence announcement below (November 2019),
my main train receivers (Rx6x series) will cease to be available around the end of 2020.
I think they have been well received in the market.
I believe the core design has been mostly extremely reliable.
I think as a prototype they are well proven.
But to be continued they would benefit from more investment.
Ideas would be easier programming, BEMF, sound and more global regulatory certification.
They also need better support than I can provide as a sole trader.
I am open to offers to take over this part of my business. It would need to be
a business with a better understanding than I of technical options current available.
The ideal outcome for me would be for any offer
to be brokered through someone who has been helpful.
I expect my Rx2x, Rx3x, Rx4x and Rx5x receivers to continue to be available
but obviously I am open to suggestions.
Posted: Mon Aug 3rd, 2020 05:15 pm
2 nd Post
Joined: Sun Jan 27th, 2013
Location: Florida USA
This is not good news as I use his Rx61,
in most of my models that are larger than N scale.
I recently received an email from a modeler,
that wants at least seven monorails converted to RC
(since he liked the first one I did for him)
and had to let him know that receivers are not available for now.
Rx4x with Pololu DRV board is an interim solution,
but not a complete replacement.
____________________ Monorail modelers have a one track mind.
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