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easy Linux environment controlling trains in Python

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ELECTRIP is an easy-to-use, small program that lets you control your model railroad with gamepads. Combined with an SRCP-Server (e.g. srcpd) it provides the functionality you would expect of a commercial digital command station. It can save you a lot of money.

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  • Low Costs: Electrip is free software and at no charge, you only need the required Hardware
  • Electrip builds on the potential of Gamepads for your model railroad:
  • -> gives you the intuitive driver's cab - feeling: have your hand on the throttle of the gamepad
  • -> allows you to walk around freely, especially using wireless gamepads
  • -> buttons on the gamepad are the perfect way to toggle loco functions
  • Electrip is able to simulate complex loco sounds
  • It has as a simple and friendly User interface
  • Allows you to create speed curves for your locos
  • Runs on Linux


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