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I have recently, as another member reported, dug out my Railway equipment from the loft. I had used Zero 1 in a small way before packing everything away. I have now decided to revitalise my efforts and have purchased, through E-bay, various extras. Where I need help is how to put all of these items into use. The accessory modules seem straight forward as I have instructions with them. Does anyone have any other instruction sheets that relate to display modules and the like.
Any help would be greatly welcomed.
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Welcome, Graham, to the Forum.

There were some previous postings on 'Zero 1' equipment a year or two ago. Use the search facility top right to locate these. Pat Hammond's book "The Story of Rovex Vol 3 1972-1996" has a couple of pages on Zero 1 which include diagrams of the way the controllers connect together and the installation of a 'chip' in a loco.

ZTC Controls (www.ztccontrols.co.uk) can give limited support on Zero 1 - one of their blokes was involved with the development of Zero 1, so I've been told.

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John Webb
 

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QUOTE (newbery5 @ 30 Sep 2008, 16:42) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Can anyone help me...........
I have recently, as another member reported, dug out my Railway equipment from the loft. I had used Zero 1 in a small way before packing everything away. I have now decided to revitalise my efforts and have purchased, through E-bay, various extras. Where I need help is how to put all of these items into use. The accessory modules seem straight forward as I have instructions with them. Does anyone have any other instruction sheets that relate to display modules and the like.
Any help would be greatly welcomed.
Graham

Graham:
I might be able to help.
I sold and serviced the Zero One system here in Canada for many years.
When the US rep gave up I took over the US repairs also.
I wrote a user manual for the do's & don'ts of Zero One and sold many copies, I still have a few. ($30.00 includes postage)
I even designed, built and sold a hand held unit that used the standard telephone cable and jack to operate the system, walk around.
Worked to over 300 feet away.

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Scoba1
 

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QUOTE (newbery5 @ 30 Sep 2008, 21:42) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Can anyone help me...........
I have recently, as another member reported, dug out my Railway equipment from the loft. I had used Zero 1 in a small way before packing everything away. I have now decided to revitalise my efforts and have purchased, through E-bay, various extras. Where I need help is how to put all of these items into use. The accessory modules seem straight forward as I have instructions with them. Does anyone have any other instruction sheets that relate to display modules and the like.
Any help would be greatly welcomed.
Graham

MERG (Model Electronic Railway Group), which has been going 40 years, became custodian of some of the technical material and has for example replacement keyboards as well as some members with the kit and advice. See www.merg.org.uk

You have to join the Group which has over 1000 members worldwide.
 
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