Understanding the differences between Analogue and Digital tracks
1. Analogue tracks allow only one car on each lane. Thus, a 2 lane set will allow only 2 cars to operate.
2. Digital tracks however, will allow multiple cars on any number of lanes at the same time.
3. The MrTrax Hybrid system (incorporates Carrera digital) allows a maximum of 8 cars on any track.
- A maximum of 6 cars can be operated by users. Whilst the balance can be programmed as "Ghost Cars" (autonomous cars).
4. The MrTrax Hybrid+ (Hybrid plus) is a complete system that can switch between Analogue or Digital.
5. The are so many extra features associated with digital systems.
- Such as, Re-fuelling, Pit lane, Weather simulation, Pace car, App connectivity, and loads more.
6. Try this video link demonstrating the Hybrid+ , analogue/digital functionality on one of our customers track.
The Mr Trax system really does live up to the hype. It is the superior wood surface to race on, the magna-braid, the spacing, the grip and the super-flat surface is a just amazing. If you are thinking about getting one of these tracks DO NOT HESITATE!
(I am not affiliated in any way, I just love these tracks)
MrTrax: How good is the lane equalisation?
ScaleXseller: just brilliant! We had numerous races last night where the cars were totally even for a large portion of the racing due to the lane equalisation.
I am totally convinced this is the best 1/32 scale track system in Australia.
MrTrax: John added a CDXXP digital section to convert a 4 Lane track into a 2 lane, 6 car digital system with pit lane...
John: As for integration into
an existing analogue track this Hybrid+ system is flawless, even for this old OCD worry wort. As far as sales, service and all that other business jazz, you are covered 100% by Peter and his brilliant team.
Great news that you will be delivering the tracks, etc –
I am really looking forward to meeting you and to personally thank you for your great products.