Daniel Tyler

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This is our laser trap for HO. Because the beam is eclipsed by the car twice, once direct and once reflected, spoilers, open wheel wells, wings, nothing can fool it. It literally can detect a toothpick. And because of the intensity of the beam the sensitivity of the photo eyes is set so low that it can be used in direct sunlight. We call it the "sensor to end all sensors".

This is our laser trap for HO. Because the beam is eclipsed by the car twice, once direct and once reflected, spoilers, open wheel wells, wings, nothing can fool it. It literally can detect a toothpick. And because of the intensity of the beam the sensitivity of the photo eyes is set so low that it can be used in direct sunlight. We call it the "sensor to end all sensors".

This is our laser trap for HO. Because the beam is eclipsed by the car twice, once direct and once reflected, spoilers, open wheel wells, wings, nothing can fool it. It literally can detect a toothpick. And because of the intensity of the beam the sensitivity of the photo eyes is set so low that it can be used in direct sunlight. We can it the "sensor to end all sensors".

This is our laser trap for HO. Because the beam is eclipsed by the car twice, once direct and once reflected, spoilers, open wheel wells, wings, nothing can fool it. It literally can detect a toothpick. And because of the intensity of the beam the sensitivity of the photo eyes is set so low that it can be used in direct sunlight. We can it the "sensor to end all sensors".

Because HO is so small, so is the margin for error installing the eyes. We are now offering the eyes in 15" AFX.

Because HO is so small, so is the margin for error installing the eyes. We are now offering the eyes in AFX.

We have been monkeying around with some laser sensors as well.

We have been monkeying around with some laser sensors as well.

This was our first Tree. I liked it because it is so narly like what we saw at the local track.

This was our first Tree. I liked it because it is so narly like what we saw at the local track.

"Tree in the Track" design. I love this one, it served so practical. The fault lights are located down field because many racers were not aware of a red light until after the race.

"Tree in the Track" design. I love this one, it served so practical. The fault lights are located down field because many racers were not aware of a red light until after the race.

This is the original Slot Dragon called the "Glitter Box" built in 1990. This machine still functions today and has been around the world. Precision start, fault detection, win lights, ET's to 1/100 sec, singles mode either lane, many years before even the first digital lap counters came out.

This is the original Slot Dragon called the "Glitter Box" built in 1990. This machine still functions today and has been around the world. Precision start, fault detection, win lights, ET's to 1/100 sec, singles mode either lane, many years before even the first digital lap counters came out.

This is the PCB for our upcoming 4 Lane System.

This is the PCB for our upcoming 4 Lane System.

Buddha

Buddha

Udon Thani, Thailand.

Udon Thani, Thailand.

Slot Dragon at Bear Creek Raceway north Texas home of the Spring Nationals.

Slot Dragon at Bear Creek Raceway north Texas home of the Spring Nationals.

Bear Creek National Raceway, North Texas by Angry Dave

Bear Creek National Raceway, North Texas by Angry Dave