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  • SCP-1A -- What's the difference?

    I've just seen advertisements for the "new" SCP-1A controller? What's the difference? How do I know whether I have a "new" SCP-1A or an "old" SCP-1?

    Also, sometimes my cars sputter when I turn down the voltage on my controller to about 10V? Is there a particular reason for that? It seems to solve the problem if I turn up the voltage a bit. Is this a problem that the SCP-1A controller solves?

  • #2
    So, no one knows the difference, or there is no difference?

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    • #3
      All of our tracks run at 10 volts the the guys that have a Slot.it controller have not had a problem of that sort.

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      • #4
        I believe the difference is an uprated (35A?) "retriggerable fuse" in the analog module: Part #SCP04d. That's NOT the uprated glass fuse in the fuse holder, but a new component. The original analog controller can be updated by removing the original part and soldering the new fuse in place on the circuit board in the handle.
        Last edited by JML; 12-15-2008, 08:27 AM.

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