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Re: The Control Panel Enthusiast Thread

Postby DJeXeL » Thu Oct 04, 2018 3:51 pm

Nicely done.
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Re: The Control Panel Enthusiast Thread

Postby Mr Stratosphere » Fri Oct 05, 2018 9:37 am

Here is a shot of the High Roller's Control Panel at The Stratosphere.

This was once the World's Highest Roller Coaster.
Built by S&MC and Premier.
Opened 4/29/1996 and closed on 12/30/2005

Super simple coaster to operate, switches for the loading and unloading gates, and advance buttons from Load/Unload and an E-Stop.
Everything under the glass panel was for maintenance in manual mode.
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Re: The Control Panel Enthusiast Thread

Postby lrogerorrit » Sun Oct 07, 2018 12:24 am

Here are some photos from WDW Small World's Controll Booth. They're not very clear, but its the best my friend could do.
Photos made by Kane Waggoner
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WDW Small World Control Booth
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Re: The Control Panel Enthusiast Thread

Postby PennStater » Tue Oct 30, 2018 10:46 am

Phantom's Revenge at Kennywood.

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What it looked like before IOE redid it for the 2017 season. Auto-spiel buttons can be seen to the left.


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Shiny, new, and very simplified for the 2017 season after IOE came and made it much better!


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Train times, from leaving the lift to the brakes in the "Course" column. 46-47 seconds is normal for a warm, full train. Those ones in the 50s are empty test runs.
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