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Gavin Sowry wrote:Modern 'elf and safety has caught up on the exhibition scene down under, with all layouts and appliances have to have electrical safety certification. Testing/Certification session tonight is a good chance to 'have a play'. The sparkie seems keen on our 'toys', so it is win-win
Glen A wrote:
So this year new rules for us: New extension cords and multi boxes do not have to be tested, providing you can produce the shop receipt to prove they are new. Everything else has to be done.
Guess who made the news BEFORE the upcoming exhibition
JackBlack wrote:So whats next on your layout?? You should extend to put in a fiddle yard so you can have different stock while still letting run around, you know.
Will Vale wrote:Tagging is exacerbated by having micro layouts as well - since you tend to end up with more than one, and there's less likelihood that everything is centralised. I totted up the things I would want to take to run Igelfeld and Tanis and there are loads:
US mains transformer for one controller (don't ask)
The one show we attended outside Wellington was fun but involved being a fair bit out of pocket, so I'm really glad that the committee is doing the tagging for us here so home turf doesn't get expensive too!
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