lights...

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by BcRailNameGuy1, Apr 5, 2002.

  1. BcRailNameGuy1

    BcRailNameGuy1 New Member

    Hello again...
    I would like to take this oppertunity to sincerly thank all who have replied to my request for help in regards to the lighting problem I had.
    I have corrected the problem by rewiring the Round house by running a pair of bus wires (positive and neg.) and joined ea. lamp by soldering one side of the lamp to one wire and the other side of the lamp to the other bus wire.
    Even though they now light up they do demand alot of Hydro to brighten them up.
    Well, that takes care of the lighting problem... On with other endeavors!
    rgd's
    Bill
  2. wolfrunrr

    wolfrunrr New Member

    TO HANDLE MORE WATTS DO THIS

    BUY ONE OF THOSE MALIBU LIGHTING TRANSFORMERS FOR OUTSIDE 12 VOLT LIGHTS. EVEN IF YOU USE IT INDOORS FOR HO IT'S STILL A GOOD POWER SUPPLY. I USE ONE FOR MY G GAUGE OUTSIDE AND BUY 12 VOLT ITEMS FROM RADIO SHACK.

    JUST A THOUGHT

    BRUCE
  3. kf4jqd

    kf4jqd Active Member

    BIG power supplies!

    I go ALL the way! I use an Astron 20AMP power supply!!!:eek: You can buy them at any store that selling ham radio equipment. Such as Amateur Electronic Supply. www.aesham.com

    This is a spare that I don't need for my radios! ;)

    Andy

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