A basic Arduino-controlled model railway layout with an oval loop and a yard siding to house a train, working in an automated sequence.
Project tutorial by Kushagra Keshari
An upgraded version of a previous project which now has a yard siding to house the train.
An Arduino-controlled model railroad layout with a passing siding where the locomotive picks up and drops off rolling stock autonomously.
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I wanted to keep the project simple and easy to understand for beginners, that is why I started with a simple loop with a passing siding. Adding more sensors will greatly increase the performance of the project, like slowing down and stopping the trains at multiple locations, I will be improving and make more complex layouts in the future which will require more accurate location control, thus the delays will be used less often.
Model Railroading is going under very rapid technological changes thanks to DCC, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and similar open-source hardware and software. A lot of these projects will be surfacing on this platform soon. : )
Great project! Why don't you take it a step forward by adding electrical turnout controls?
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