Mattzobricks released its firmware for the MLC (MattzoLayoutController), the MTC4PF (MattzoTrainController for Power Functions), and the MTC4BT (same, for Bluetooth) today. The release contains a bug fixes and a couple of improvements. Check the firmware history for details. Enjoy!
Mattzobricks has published building instructions for the MLC mega. MLC stand for MattzoLayoutController, a device to control any land-based components of a LEGO train layout. The MLC mega is able to control 16 switches or form signals, 8 light signals, and 16 sensors. For many users, the powerful MLC mega […]
Mattzobricks announces the public release of the Mattzobricks firmware git repository. Mattzobricks offers now the firmware for all Mattzobricks controllers under MIT license to anybody who is interested in LEGO or brick train automation. Details can be found here: https://mattzobricks.com/controllers/firmware
Mattzobricks has released the new firmware 0.6.1 yesterday. The firmware fixes a bug in the MTC4BT (MattzoTrainController for Bluetooth).
Mattzobricks has released the new firmware 0.6 today. The new release brings a couple of new features and bug fixes. MattzoTrainController for Power Functions (MTC4PF) New features include: Up to 8 trains with LEGO Infrared Receiver 8884 can now be controlled with a single MTC4PF. Fully configurable lights including manual […]
Mattzobricks has recently released the firmware for the MattzoController for Bluetooth (MTC4BT). The device is able to control LEGO and compatible trains with LEGO Powered Up Hubs and SBrick units. The advantage of the solution is that LEGO train enthusiasts no longer need to use a soldering iron in order […]
Mattzobricks has released the largest firmware update in its history. The new firmware release 0.5 will cover a large variety of new controller types, new features and improvements. I made a nice little video about it: Here is a list of the most important items of MattzoBricks Firmware 0.5: MTC4BT […]
The Mattzobricks Train Automation System 2.0 had a publication appearance on Dutchbricks Bricktopia fair in Geelen in December 2021. Included in the setup was also the brandnew MTC4BT (MattzoTrainController for Bluetooth). According to Joos Buijs, who built the train layout including the automation, the automation worked reliably and stable over […]
Mattzobricks announces the largest firmware update in its history. The firmware release will cover a large variety of new controller types, new features and improvements. Here is a list of the most important items: MTC4BT Probably the most significant piece of the firmware release will be the MattzoTrainController for Bluetooth […]
MattzoBricks has just released firmware 0.4.1. The release contains the following features: Delayed primary boom barriers for enhanced realism With this features, the lights of the level crossing can be switched on for a couple of seconds before the primary booms start to close. Another delay can still be set […]