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Oh well, I purchased a tethered Multimaus instead. Not worth paying that much extra for wireless when I have several connection points around the layout anyway. The 10810 will do all I need.
 

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I would think that the Multimaus Pro will be better than the Lenz system and do everything the Lenz does and more. You can probably use the Lenz LH100 hand throttle as an extra throttle for the Multimaus Pro rather than use the Multimaus Pro as an add-on to the Lenz.
 

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As a Lenz LH100 user I have taken a shine to the user friendliness of the Roco Multimaus. I eagerly await the release of the radio version which I, am informed has been delayed due to technical problems. This information was afforded me by the owner of "Spiel & Hobbybahnstation" in Leipzig during a recent vacation this October.
 

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QUOTE (zmil @ 15 Oct 2008, 01:29) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I have put the MultiMAUSpro on my Christmas wish list as well

Ditto - probably end up buying it for myself though.

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Would I be right in thinking that Lenz are producing this for Roco? Assuming they are do they intend to do something similar for Lenz systems? Having got an LH100 system already an easy wireless option either Roco or Lenz would be very appealing.

There is plenty of comment on how Lenz are not producing anything new in DCC and focusing on O gauge; perhaps their capacity for new DCC stuff is contracted to Roco?

Geoff
 

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QUOTE (Geoff Booth @ 15 Oct 2008, 19:25) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Would I be right in thinking that Lenz are producing this for Roco?
AFAIK all Roco DCC products (with the exception of the sound equiped locos) are made by Lenz.
 

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QUOTE (Geoff Booth @ 16 Oct 2008, 03:25) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Would I be right in thinking that Lenz are producing this for Roco? Assuming they are do they intend to do something similar for Lenz systems? Having got an LH100 system already an easy wireless option either Roco or Lenz would be very appealing.

There is plenty of comment on how Lenz are not producing anything new in DCC and focusing on O gauge; perhaps their capacity for new DCC stuff is contracted to Roco?

Geoff

Hi Geoff

Lenz have had a couple of wireless options for a while using a phone adapter
details Here

They also have a computer based (using a PDA) system with a software package
Details Here
The set includes the LZV100 and computer interface , so in theory all you wood need is the software package to run a PDA through 802.11 wireless network standards to your main computer (you still need the xpressnet computer adapter though)
Details Here

But I am in no hurry to update anything at the moment , so I can watch and wait for new developments

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QUOTE (zmil @ 16 Oct 2008, 02:22) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Lenz have had a couple of wireless options for a while using a phone adapter
details Here

They also have a computer based (using a PDA) system with a software package

Thanks for that, the PDA system looks quite interesting although I would probaly prefer a dedicated wireless handset without buying a new system.

I also thought I had seen somewhere that the phone adapter approach wasn't strictly legal in UK?

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Geoff
 
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