Gaugemaster Infinity offers today’s railway modeller complete control of their layout in a contemporary way. Available as both Analogue and Digital versions, Infinity delivers all the benefits of conventional control with a new, modern feel and some added features we think you will love.
The INFINITY Analogue system revolutionises analogue control and redefines what conventional analogue control should be in the 21st century.
Infinity Analogue allows you to control all your separate track sections with a single Remote handset. Oh, we didn’t mention it was wireless? Yes, it is and the latest Bluetooth connectivity allows a range of 50m rarely afforded to modellers who use analogue control who have no desire to switch to DCC.
Infinity Solo gives you single track control in seconds. It’s also extendable so if you wanted to add more tracks, this can be achieved with one of the Acolyte units and/or further Remote Units. This can give you up to ten track control.
The INFINITY digital system delivers not what design engineers think you need but what modellers know it needs.
With Infinity Sovereign no longer do you need to deliberate between wired and wireless handsets as this digital system comes with a wireless remote out of the box, and that’s just one of its many features.
As standard this system comes with a host of customizable features to run your layout how you want. This controller is designed by modellers for modellers, with operation in mind as well as being elegant to look at. Full control of your digital locomotives and accessories can be achieved with this system which has been built with usability in mind.
The Sovereign base unit can control two handsets connected to it at any one time, but if more operators are needed then you can expand the system by adding a Consort unit. Each Consort allows an additional two Remotes to be connected to the system, and you can connect multiple consorts together, how’s that for easy expansion?
With a raft of complimentary accessory products, buy Gaugemaster Infinity from the people that designed and made it, here in the United Kingdom.
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