That works too.
don't need a reverser on my turntable, I'm 3 rail "O" gauge!
circuit is the gear motor, the other is the Lazy Susan
On 3/14/2019 9:27 AM, john wrote:
the pit there is a circle of track. It consists of two almost
semi-circles with two small insulated sections, the size of the
bridge, opposite each other, in an unused area.
semi is powered as opposite rails on the feed track, when the
table rotates each semi powers each pickup at either end, it
crosses the dead zone, and reverses as it reaches the powered
On Thursday, March 14, 2019, 08:58:16 AM EDT, Don
Turntables need a reverser only when they
actually turn the loco around to head in the other