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Old 10-20-2014, 10:57 AM
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Thank You Both Very very much...We VIASUE & RACE COORDIANTOR could not be happier that things worked out as designed :>) Big grins here !! Sorry about the Name Glitch...wooowee that would stink not to have gotten it and for its return to USA From Australia...thanks for being assertive ..again big grind here...and sorry about that...we will have to triple check spelling and Paypal address info....

As you noticed about our sensors they are inlaid jn to the track just below the track surface...almost flush but not quite flush.This way, car power contacts etc, cant rub against the sensors face...Our low profile sensors also FILL the sensor hole which OTHER systems use dome sensors which, raise the track quite a bit from the table top because of the room the domed sensors demand and they have to live under the hole and under the track which leaves what I call a pot holes within each lane of the track...which means:: for that method:: dust bunnies and dirt will collect in the sensor hole which requires constant cleaning with costly air cans or time spent using a vacuum etc etc to keep all dust bunnies and dirt etc out of each lane sensor pot hole....inlaying sensors just below Flush using Flat sensors gets rid of that problem 100% :>) Clogged or dirty sensor holes cant happen at all with our design :>)

And thank you for your kind words both of you....we always feel good when we hear "Brilliant"

VIASUE Owner and in care of:: RC
PS:: Thanks for the photos = 1000 words each :>)
PSS:: For international user / track owners:: The USB system uses the USB port to power the required light bridge// Eliminating the ever present power matching concerns for systems that use WalWarts or USA configured 110 @ 60hrz power supply ...NO WORRIES ABOUT 220VAC !!

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