Michael and I are both taking time off to visit family over the holiday, so any orders placed won’t ship until next Monday. To our US customers, have a happy Thanksgiving!
Month: November 2013
Many Iowa Scaled Engineering products contain firmware loaded into the onboard microcontroller. While every effort is made to provide the latest and greatest firmware when the product is shipped, bugs are discovered (and fixed) and new enhancements are added periodically. Fortunately, updating the firmware yourself is an easy process. The instructions below assume a Windows […]
Many of Iowa Scaled Engineering’s products interface with something called MRBus. I’ve been meaning to write this post for some time, but turns out it’s a rather complex narrative to tell. So let’s get right down to it: What the heck is an MRBus, and why would somebody want to use it? In this rather […]
Ever wanted to automate the turnouts on your layout? Maybe you have some that are hard to reach? Or maybe you have a hidden staging yard? Do you model a modern CTC-controlled subdivision and want to give your dispatcher realistic control over the turnouts? Or maybe you have a multi-deck layout and other switch machines […]