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  • garthah
    https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/1...42453694604865 https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/110196686424627494872/albums/6039042453694604865 Here is an album of
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 22, 2014

      https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/1...42453694604865

      Here is an album of photos on a quick scene I made of the start of a city center main intersection, using these buildings. these buildings are all assembled and fully decorated except for signage, but there is a peel and stick set of self adhesive Japanese labels, but you could easily create your own on a printer and using self adhesive peel and stick labels if desired. These buildings though fully assembled can come apart as they are not locked or glued together, but there is nothing to stop you from gluing them together if desired. The base plate has a grove for a lighting wire to pass under the wall it you do not come from below. Rokuhan does have a building lighting system using two types of LEDs one in orange range to reflect incandescent lighting, and one in blue white to reflect fluorescent or halogen lighting. It is a modular system and connects to accessory socket on Rokuhan controllers. Each individual LED is wired and has a plug to plug into a junction board which has a socket to daisy chain other junction boards and to plug into necessary socket. All plug ans sockets are polarized so it is just plug and play the plus and minus are all taken care of. 

      Due to modular construction those who like to modify things to create their own building now have a set of building blocks to start with. 

      Rokuhan building lighting parts 
      A016, accessory power terminal strip cost about USD $9.00 in Japan
      A017-1 white LED with cable and plug for terminal strip cost about USD $6.00 in Japan
      A017-2 amber LED with cable and plug for terminal strip. cost about USD $6.00 in Japan


      regardz Garth


    • Dave Mummery
      Cool stuff Thanks Garth! Dave Mummery http://tractionmadness.blogspot.com/ Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID garth.a.hamilton@gmail.com [z_scale]
      Message 2 of 3 , Jul 22, 2014
        Cool stuff
        Thanks Garth!

        Dave Mummery


        Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID


        "garth.a.hamilton@... [z_scale]" <z_scale@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

         

        https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/1...42453694604865

        Here is an album of photos on a quick scene I made of the start of a city center main intersection, using these buildings. these buildings are all assembled and fully decorated except for signage, but there is a peel and stick set of self adhesive Japanese labels, but you could easily create your own on a printer and using self adhesive peel and stick labels if desired. These buildings though fully assembled can come apart as they are not locked or glued together, but there is nothing to stop you from gluing them together if desired. The base plate has a grove for a lighting wire to pass under the wall it you do not come from below. Rokuhan does have a building lighting system using two types of LEDs one in orange range to reflect incandescent lighting, and one in blue white to reflect fluorescent or halogen lighting. It is a modular system and connects to accessory socket on Rokuhan controllers. Each individual LED is wired and has a plug to plug into a junction board which has a socket to daisy chain other junction boards and to plug into necessary socket. All plug ans sockets are polarized so it is just plug and play the plus and minus are all taken care of. 

        Due to modular construction those who like to modify things to create their own building now have a set of building blocks to start with. 

        Rokuhan building lighting parts 
        A016, accessory power terminal strip cost about USD $9.00 in Japan
        A017-1 white LED with cable and plug for terminal strip cost about USD $6.00 in Japan
        A017-2 amber LED with cable and plug for terminal strip. cost about USD $6.00 in Japan


        regardz Garth


      • Ruddick Lindley
        WOW! Almost like DPM for Z scale! Thanks for the posting.
        Message 3 of 3 , Jul 22, 2014
          WOW! Almost like DPM for Z scale!
          Thanks for the posting.
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