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- Aug 19, 2019 The New GCS 30" Arch Bridge for Slot Car New for Fall 2019, the AR30SC bridge takes your slot car layout to new levels of realism.
- Jul 10, 2019 The New 2019 Triple Arch GCS introduces the incredible AR60 60" arch bridge for use with the AR Piers System.
- Jul 1, 2019 The AR Pier System The new 2019 AR Pier System for N & HO scale, allows our new 15" and 30" AR Series bridges to be seamlessly interconnected and elevated.
- Aug 1, 2018 The New N Scale 15" Arch GCS is pleased to announce our newly released N Scale arch bridge kit for Fall 2018.
- Mar 14, 2018 New RGB Multicolor LED Lighting for 2018 Use our new RGB multicolor LEDs to create almost unlimited color variations.
- Mar 1, 2018 New Lighting Installation Guide GCS has a newly designed LED Lighting Installation Guide. This guide covers all of our lighting configurations with an included wiring diagram for each configuration.
- Feb 10, 2018 GCS Products Now Available thru MB Klein and its Retail Network GCS is proud to announce our products are now available thru MB Klein, Model Train Stuff and their Retail Network.
The Art of LED Lighting - Brightness Control
The ambient lighting environment around your project may always be changing. In addition, LEDs connected directly to a power supply will run at full brightness or a predefined brightness depending on resistor values. You may decide to use a lower resistor value for more brightness, then dim manually.
Depending on the type of LED, full brightness is about 100 times brighter than its prototypical counterpart so chances are, you will want to dim your lighting features. All features can be tied to one dimmer channel, or each feature can have its own dimmer channel which is recommended.
Connect as many of our three channel dimmers to our 18 volt power supply as needed provided you do not exceed the total amperage required from the power supply.
Also see FAQ and The Light Emitting Diode, Voltage & Circuits
Note: Always place resistors in front of LED circuits.