September 23, 2021 at 23:07 #3761
@ Mattze first of all as this is my first post thank you very much for the work you started, it is really inspiring.
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I’m planning to automate my existing layout:
This will need a total of 22 sensors and 12 switches and I would like to have 4 trains running on the tracks. So there is a lot of nights of work left.
Currently I’m planning to work myself into rocrail and use your reed sensors and controllers as well as your switch controllers.
The only thing I don’t want to majorly change is the trains. This means I would like to keep my powered up and power functions battery boxes.
No to my actual question: To be able to keep using my power function trains is it possible to exchange the IR-Receiver with an sbrick and use on of the MTC4PU to as well control the powered up and the SBrick+power functions trains?
If this would work I would fell a lot more comfortable about the project, as this is my first train automation and already feels kind of challenging.
Thank you in advance.
September 25, 2021 at 10:16 #3774Matthias RunteKeymaster
a good question and some good news for you: we will publish a new controller soon: the “MTC4BT” (MattzoTrainController for Bluetooth). It handles both LEGO Powered Up and SBricks. So the question is: yes, just may put SBricks in your train.
There is a promotion on the website (www.mattzobricks.com) for MattzoBricks users to purchase SBricks with a discount. Feel free to use the published voucher code.
- This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by Matthias Runte.
September 25, 2021 at 22:03 #3776
thanks for the reply. Will the MTC4BT be also based on the ESP32 NodeMCU development board?
I’m really looking forward to it… I already created a shopping list for a first test run with all components, to see if I can get it working before I roll out the the big layout.
September 25, 2021 at 22:16 #3777Matthias RunteKeymaster
Jepp, it will be ESP-32 based. Please send me an e-mail if you want to have early access to the firmware.
September 25, 2021 at 22:37 #3778
Okay thank you, sounds great.
I will order parts next week and start the testruns on Powered up.
If I at this Milestone you’ll propably be finished with the MTC4BT :-), otherwise I will for sure write you an e-mail.
Right now I’m watching rocrail tutorial 🙂
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