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18 VDC is the standard for commercial HO slot car racing. Amperage is based on your needs. Cars with high downforce magnets require mroe.


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The electric motors in your slot cars will only draw as much amperage as they can use. If they are not getting enough amperage you can increase.


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The electricity will pass through the wire in one direction like slot cars in a race. Later on we can figure out how many slot cars to put on the track, β€œamperage,”.


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I am building an 8 lane track for the scale cars, 1/32 and 1/24, Scalectrix, You need enough amperage to run 8 cars at once and not be amp.


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18 VDC is the standard for commercial HO slot car racing. Amperage is based on your needs. Cars with high downforce magnets require mroe.


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Maybe if I put an x in a tsrf car and get a sheet of lexan Roy. I thought I read somewhere that some of these cars for plastic tracks run on a higher voltage Can someone clear the confusion for me? Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page:. What a shame. I wanted to run my routed 8 lane scale track on pure battery power if that was feasible. Posts Do all or any of these run on 12 volts. Thanks guys! All times are GMT The time now is AM. Join Date Jun Location Somewhere in the middle. At least 5 amps per lane with circuit breakers to protect controllers etc.. All rights reserved.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} A variable power supply isn't needed if they all run off of 12 volts. On 8 Volts,they all run slow,on 18 Volts,they all run fast. In the 's, a home racing set power pack like a Revell as an example supplied volt and 4-amp power, plenty to motor pretty much anything at the time, and the motors used then were designed to run on volt. One size fits all. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 15 of Thread: voltage for the Fly,Ninco Scalectrix cars. I don't remember off hand, the names of a good supply I am sure some one can give you a name and source for them. All the cars run fine on Some of the cars for the 18volt systems run very poorly mostly from a lack of amperage. The more amps, the less problems you will have with your system. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Remember Me? Thanks, What voltage are the power packs that come with their race sets? Pinto Power! There are a nwe powers suplies by Kelvin Light very interesting. As William Shakeaspeare said oh-so justly in his famous play, "First we kill all the lawyers". That was the info I needed, whether they all would run satisfactorily on 12 volts. Pick the best voltage for each to show them of, if you can. They are not cheap but well worth the cost in the long run. Meaning: volt, but at full charge, The rest is a lot of BS. Then you need a good set of feeder wires to farthur away sections of the track, to not suffer voltage drop at any point away from the main source. They all run on those kind of voltages. Pick a voltage that works for you between 8 and 16 volts and taylor it to suit what you are trying to sell. At low voltage they run slower, at high voltage they are harder to drive for the newcomers. I second that. So now we have this absolutely ridiculous situation where we have volt packs supplying a mere. Well,the easy answer is,that they all run pretty much anywere from 8 to 18 Volts. I'd rather have a Pinto with a Hummer engine! Could someone confirm? It will move, but not much. Zippity's Button What's New? Sounds like it will work. For only a little more, you can have around 10 times that current available - much better value. With two cars running, 2-amp is akin to running a Hummer with a Pinto engine. Thanks to all who replied. I think that somewhere, there is a mental block As long as you get 12 volt power, what you need is as much current flow amperes as possible. Depends on the gearing, load, magnet strength and track type. Hi The problem is that even within a given manufacturer, the voltage level changes. The modern slot car racing home sets manufacturers got terrified by the average american shark-lawyer and to avoid liability exposure in case of one of your more stupid kid trying to electrocute himself by placing the power pack wires in his mouth or up his whatever and making the manufacturer responsible for such a bit of personal choice, increased the voltage and decreased the current. Suit your self here. There is no one perfect voltage for them. Multiple cheap power supplies are a pain in the neck, to keep equal lane to lane. In general, most tracks world wide are a nominal 12 volts, whichl, because of the way the supplies work is actually Scalextric and SCX have used power supplies between 12 and Ninco is, I think, The vast majority of routed commercial and home tracks use 12 volts. Power and voltage If you are building an 8 lane plastic track or a routed wood track you will probably be better off with a good power supply, that can provide you with good filtered DC voltage That would be nice to have in regulated form between 10 and 15 volts thats adustable for different cars or kids running the cars. So there. You need enough amperage to run 8 cars at once and not be amp sucked by some hotter motors. From what I hear they run 16 volts. I have a rental track where I can vary the voltage for newcomers and kids. I recommend anyone with at least two ounces of functioning brain matter so, amounting to a very small segment of the population to use a decent, regulated power supply with an adjustable voltage and at least amp, but 20 or 30 is even better. On 8 Volts the motors last a long time,on 18,not so long. Thanks, but the question was What voltage do these cars run off of and do they all run off of the same voltage. Vary the voltage to match the set or cars you are tryin to sell. All nearly are different None of the manufactuerers can agree on what voltage to use. If your running a rental track to run them on. Join Date Jun Posts 3, That's really simple All these mickey-mouse excuses for slot car motors produced by Mabuchi and used in them' home-racing cars were originally designed to run on a standard automobile battery.