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Old 12-21-2009, 07:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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When is the USA Trains interface board going to be out for the QSI decoder??

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Old 12-21-2009, 07:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I meant to talk to QSI solutions today, and did not. QS Industries was supposed to be going full speed ahead, but have not had an update in 2 weeks.

I'll try to call tomorrow and get an update.

Man I need them... (all my Aristo stuff needs repairs )

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Any word on the USA Trains QSI board??

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I promise to call this week, almost got to it, but have been trying to find an alternative source for the EZ-Air pneumatic products first!

I got money to spend but can't spend it. It's making me crazy.

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Posted By Greg Elmassian on 01 Mar 2010 06:28 PM
I promise to call this week, almost got to it, but have been trying to find an alternative source for the EZ-Air pneumatic products first!

I got money to spend but can't spend it. It's making me crazy.

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What do you need? I have the whole Clippard equivalents.
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You may need to get a cattle prod and keep jabbing Greg. I've been after him for 9 months to get his decals ordered for the engine I painted for him. Good luck all. Later RJD
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Posted By Greg Elmassian on 01 Mar 2010 06:28 PM
I promise to call this week, almost got to it, but have been trying to find an alternative source for the EZ-Air pneumatic products first!

I got money to spend but can't spend it. It's making me crazy.

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Geeeeeeeeeeez Greg hate to see you go crazy, if in ya have a whole lotta extra money and its makin ya crazy jest send er to me K????? I'll spend it wisely and like you know cost effectively!! Hah LOL Regal
The above post is intended to be a friendly/kindly little jab to Greg! Any or all misunderstandings from this point on are on the head of the person who misunderstands this, and I am using this as a disclaimer to said post!! Hah LOL Regal
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Old 03-04-2010, 10:37 PM   #10 (permalink)
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If you are looking to find the pieces that were used with the core EZ air system look at the following:
http://www.clippard.com/establish_lo...re/Default.asp

They have the solenoids, manual switches, and other stuff.

Then try:
http://www.automationdirect.com/adc..._inch_Bore
for the cylinders, I think they also had the tubing and other fittings. There was another site but I don't seem to have it bookmarked on this computer.

I recommend that you use the quick disconnects for the fittings instead of the barbs but that is up to you. They don't seem to cost much more, I have used them with industrial controls and they work well plus they come apart pretty easily and then go back together.

You will need to figure out how to connect the cylinders to the switch machines. Replicating the replacement switch machines that C&O CR made will take a bit of work.

I am hoping that C&O CR air products come back, I really don't want to have to duplicate their Aristo switch machine replacement I have an idea based on the switch yard remote controls that would be really nifty if they can be made to work reliably.

I think it might also be cheaper and more reliable to use the solenoids that are designed to work with a manifold. For less than $20 you can have a bunch of controls sitting on a single manifold.

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