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ProtoThrottle Update (May 26, 2018)

Just wanted to give a quick update on the ProtoThrottle…  The face plates have been machined and anodized.  They are currently awaiting one last machining step to engrave the lettering.  The assembled circuit boards have also started to arrive and all the other pieces to make the throttles are ordered and (mostly) in hand.  We’re still aiming to start shipping around the end of June in the order that pre-orders were received.

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ProtoThrottle Pre-Orders Closing Soon!

After Monday, April 30, ProtoThrottle pre-orders – at the discounted price – will no longer be accepted while the initial manufacturing run is in progress. The throttle will again be available for purchase starting approximately late July. We have extended the pre-order deadline until April 30 to accommodate ProRail participants who will have a demo throttle available for review.

If you are considering purchasing a ProtoThrottle, don’t delay. The ProtoThrottle is the most realistic wireless diesel controller on the market. And from what our beta testers and reviewers are saying, the throttle truly does put you “in the cab”.

“That’s one impressive piece of hardware.” – Tony Koester

“I just can’t say enough good things about the work that ISE has done on this throttle. It’s been a huge game-changer for me.” – Joe Atkinson

“I highly recommend the ProtoThrottle to anyone who wants to experience what it’s like to be a real locomotive engineer.” – Tim Garland, NS engineer

“I can’t put this thing down. I have too much fun playing with it. It’s a really cool product.” – Shane Mason

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Installing MRServo Above the Layout

While most typical MRServo installations are done beneath the layout, one of our customers had a unique situation where the area under the turnout was obstructed.  Many thanks to Tim Mann for sharing this method and sending us photos of his installation.  Tim’s full set of installation pictures can be found on his Flickr page.

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