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Offline JanThyregod  
#1 Posted : 20 January 2019 17:58:16(UTC)
JanThyregod

Denmark   
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Location: Kastrup
Hi

I am about to fit my turntable with a D2010 decoder with sound and would like to control a Gleisspersignal on the bridge ( Weinert 7235). Reason for the 7235 is my epoch II layout.

The question is if anyone knoeshow to get the signal rotating on the limites space underthe bridge ?

I have tried to postan english message on the video below but no luck.



Hope someone is as curious as I am

Br Jan

Offline applor  
#2 Posted : 21 January 2019 03:08:51(UTC)
applor

Australia   
Joined: 21/05/2004(UTC)
Posts: 1,289
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Originally Posted by: JanThyregod Go to Quoted Post
Hi

I am about to fit my turntable with a D2010 decoder with sound and would like to control a Gleisspersignal on the bridge ( Weinert 7235). Reason for the 7235 is my epoch II layout.

The question is if anyone knoeshow to get the signal rotating on the limites space underthe bridge ?

I have tried to postan english message on the video below but no luck.



Hope someone is as curious as I am

Br Jan



You could go without the GS completely, there were prototypical turntables from that period and later with no signal. You can see it here:

https://www.marklin-user...vements-to-BW#post544707

I don't think anyone here has installed the Weinert GS on a Marklin turntable but obviously it can be done based on the video you posted.

Have you already purchased the required parts? The Weinert GS would be controlled by a servo, it would be a matter of trying to find space for it.
modelling 1954 Germany (era IIIa)
Offline Minok  
#3 Posted : 21 January 2019 19:36:57(UTC)
Minok

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Posts: 1,806
Location: Washington, Pacific Northwest
Either a very tiny servo, or something like a Viessmann c-track turnout motor 4558) would be a candidate for fitting under the table's platform. How to bend a wire and mount it to rotate the signal I cannot say but should be quite doable but requires modeling work (assuming Weinert doesn't provide some sort of solution )
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