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  • Carrera digital 1/32 Pit Lane Entering Problems

    Does anyone know of intermittent problems trying to enter pit lane on carrera's 30356 pit lane section.

  • #2
    What voltage is your track? Do you have a power tap near by?

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    • #3
      re-pit lane

      no i have no voltage tap near by My voltage seems to be good close to 13 volts. it seem to be only on a couple of cars. I am trying multiple cars this morning and will try and get more results. Thank you for the response.

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      • #4
        We have found that under 13v the changers are less responsive.

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        • #5
          Do you have a straight or two before the pit lane entrance? Otherwise, the car may drift out and miss the sensor.

          Best regards,
          Brian

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          • #6
            Originally posted by CincySlots View Post
            We have found that under 13v the changers are less responsive.
            Yep... Basic output is 14,8. (1/32)

            From our voltage tests since 2011, from the moment that a part of the circuit is below 13,5 (and even 14), DLC are struggling.

            Tight curves before entrance is a very good point to check too...

            PL

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            • #7
              With the stock power supply, running 6 total cars, 4 x-over lane changers, pit lane with 2 fuel sensors and just about all of the other digital accessories, I had all sorts of lane change issues.

              All of the combined digital accessories seemed to be the issue, there just wasn't enough voltage. Once I went with a better power supply a lot of issues were resolved.

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