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Demolayout 2-rail
A 2-rail demolayout which support GT-command, and games GD1 and GD2 + more, and facilitates multiple trains and automations. To be folded for transportation. This layout using Lenz, but could be any Uhlenbrock, ESU, Märklin, Roco, TwinCenter etc. Size 196 x 107 cm inclusive borders. Transportation protected after folding. Can be in the back of a normal Stationcar. Notise the 2 wholes in the fold line for wires and PC's and monitors etc.

GT-Command assumptions


Assumptions for using GT-Command

The only assumptions for using Gamesontrack products are:
a) A digital controller with PC-interface, see the list below
b) A Pc with minimum 1.5 GHz CPU and 1 Gbyte RAM, Windows (XP/Vista/W7/W8) or Mac with Parallels
c) Digital control and usual decoders for DCC or Motorola/MFX in locos and trains.

There is no demand about switches, signals, track occupations or the like to be all digitalized. GT-Command can control all that but you can add it as you go.  

The normal hand terminals from Roco Fleischmann, Pico, Märklin etc. without PC-interface can not use GT-Command.

The List of current usable digital controllers:
1) Intelliboxes from Uhlenbrock:
The original Intelliboks + Intellibox II, with serielt PC-interface, and the 65071 IB-Com  , USB interface
, Serial interface.
2) All variants of Intellibox: Twincenter from Fleishmann, Tams, LDT, etc.
3) ESU ECoS Command Stations with IP interface:
ECoS 50000 , ECoS 50200
4) Märklin Centralstation (CS) with IP interface
All models: 60212-60213-60214-60215
5) Roco 10785 with or without Rocomotion.
6) Lenz LZV 100 Digital Plus with LH90 or LH100 terminals for DCC.
7) Digitrax 3 main Centrals with Loconet
8) Massoth with serial interface
9) Various Loconet connectors from RR-Cirkits, Digitrax, Uhlenbrock etc.
  
See the picture gallery with the most controllers here: www.gamesontrack.co.uk

The connection to the Gamesontrack PC is very detailed described in the manual for each system. In most cases it works automatically while Gamesontrack searches either COM-port or IP-address etc.. The normal used methods are Serial interface (may be using USB converter for PC's without old serial connector), like Roco or Intellibox. Or USB-interface like Lenz. Or Connection to router and LAN (or direct to PC) like ESU and Märklin.

When you order a test license or buy the products you will have direct admission to the full manual from download.

Assumptions for using GT-Position

GT-Position is in general free from model train and digital requirements.
Basically the most important device is the PC, Windows XP-Vista-W7-W8.
Minimum 2G byte Ram, a normal Harddrive, and 2 Ghz processor. with a USB-connector.

The Master connects using USB (FDTI) and is powered by the PC

The receivers/satellites uses either Trackpower or 14-20 V DC (not pure AC)

The Sender uses DC track currency or Digital Track currency or 2x1.5 batteries.

It means that the GT-Position can track anything which has a sender, not limited to trains.

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