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TrainSpotter

TrainSpotter

"I was having problems with the sensors for my grade crossing flashers... As soon as I replaced th..

$19.00

SoundBytes Crossing Bell

SoundBytes Crossing Bell

The SoundBytes Crossing Bell is a simple, fully self-contained sound module that plays a grade cross..

$19.00

ATOM DCC Block Detector

ATOM DCC Block Detector

The Iowa Scaled Engineering ATOM is a reliable, easy-to-install, single-channel DCC block detector.&..

$19.00

Squealer

Squealer

The Squealer is a true motion-detecting flange squeal system. Using professionally recorded and ..

$79.00


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Engineer’s Notebook #4

Engineer’s Notebook #4 is now available where we talk about the National Train Show and provide a Squealer update.  If you’d like to receive these updates in your inbox when they are released, please subscribe at www.iascaled.com.

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Squealer Update

The firmware for the squealer is reaching its final state, with some recent changes based on feedback from the beta testers. A big thank you again to those who have been testing it for us in real layout environments.

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Engineer’s Notebook #1

Welcome

This is the inaugural issue of the Engineer’s Notebook from Iowa Scaled Engineering. We hope to make this a semi-regular thing, not only talking about our products and what we’re working on, but also including some other features in the future that we believe will be relevant and interesting. Let us know your thoughts, including what topics might be of interest to you.

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Squealer Update

Testing of the Squealer – a motion activated flange squeal module – is progressing well and we would like to thank all those who have participated in the initial testing. As we get closer to the official product launch at the St. Louis RPM, July 28-29, 2023, we would like to share some more details.

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