(Quite oddly, for me the video stops at 3'10" even if the downloading band shows it's fully downloaded) Interresting video but I'm sorry, in my opinion these locomotives are tested far too fast and they don't allow me to make up my mind about these turnouts' electrical continuity. As a compairing this is the video I made using a MTL Geep, a MTL turnout and a power pack allowing really low speed (from Passmann in my case). I guess it's only a recall as I'm sure to have already shown it here.
--- In email@example.com, Garth Hamilton <garth.a.hamilton@...> wrote:
> This shows the new Rokuhan switch in operation and running various
> equipment through the switch including MTL SD40-2.
> Switch is power routing from the video and you can also see the feed
> point to the rail in the photo with part of the power pack.
> First part of video shows power car of 113 EMU go through switch the
> switch is changed and the Tenshodo D51 goes through the other side of
> the switch and the 113 does not move then the switch is thrown and the
> D51 does not move and the 113 poser car comes out so definitely power
> cheerz Garth