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    It's finally time to upgrade to a variable power supply on my Carrera D132 track. My son and I race with magnets and up to three ghost cars at a time. We race a mix of Carrera digital cars and chipped Sideways and NSR cars.

    I'm looking for recommendations for a variable voltage/current power supply. What's everyone using for their Carrera digital tracks? Any and all help is appreciated.

    Thank you.

  • #2
    I bought a Long Wei 0-30vdc, 10A variable power supply from Amazon. $67. Works great and is an improvement over stock. Use for both 132 and 124 cars.
    Readouts for volts, amps, watts. Rock steady output. Cut the output plug off the Carrera supply to use with it. Added fuse-holder and 7.5 AGC Buss fuse,
    Really happy with it and useful for other stuff too.

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    • #3
      Here's what I use - it's awesome and I've had no issues with it - even after shorting the track.

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      • #4
        They are all the basically the same. Just search ebay for "Power supply 30v 10a" and you will get what you are looking for. Make sure you get the 10a model and do what Rokon says about the plug.
        Dave

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        • #5
          Thanks for the recommendations everyone. I ended up going with a Volteq HY3010D. Looking forward to putting it to good use this winter.

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