Professor Motor Electronic Controller PMTR 2113
[PMTR 2113]

Professor Motor Electronic Controller PMTR 2113

Professor Motor Controller

PMTR 2113

Thanks for purchasing the “Ninco & Scalextric Sport Model” 1/32 Electronic Controller PMTR2113 (replaces 2044)

Intended applications : 1/32 home and club track racing on Scalextric Sport and Ninco Track home sets through mild modified 1/32 Motors

This model features the following high quality features

· Recommended operating voltage range standard wall pack transformer

· Wired for NEGATIVE polarity tracks (can be directly connected to home set power base tracks)

· 3.5mm 3 conductor single cord plug with brakes

· Electronic “Platinum Series” transistor design

· Fault tolerant ultra robust circuit design to protect against overload or short circuit damage

· Extra long, new one piece power cord with three conductor plug

· Low friction trigger bushing

· High impact polycarbonate plastic molded handle, stainless steel hardware throughout

· Low friction silver alloy wiper button with ultra hard nickel plated contact surface

· Upgradeable modular design

Use & Care Instructions

· Caution ! : Regular maintenance is required to keep the controller contacts clean and free from foreign

objects & debris. Failure to properly clean, lube and maintain the contacts will cause the controller to fail, will

allow the car to be driven without the throttle being depressed. Please take this warning seriously and follow

this process to keep the contacts clean & properly lubricated :

1. Remove the front half of the controller case by loosening the three bolts

2. Clean all debris from the nickel-plated contacts with a Q-Tip and lighter fluid

3. The sliding contacts can MUST be CAREFULLY lubricated to reduce contact wear and provide a smoother controller action. To lube, do so as follows :

a. Place a SMALL amount of Super Lube PTFE lube on the end of a Q-Tip & apply to the

    nickel contacts in the area where the silver alloy contact travels

b. Cycle the trigger a few times

c. Use a Q-Tip with lighter fluid to remove any excess lube outside of the area where the

    contacts meet (remove 90% of the lube you just applied)

d. Examine the contact area to insure that cotton fibers from the Q-Tip are removed and

    that residual lube is minimal & barely visible

4. Repeat this cleaning / lube process on a frequent basis (every 1-2 weeks) for best results.

· Periodic Maintenance – lube the trigger pivot bushing with plastic compatible oil

Optional Upgrades

· PMTR2040 25 Ohm Brake Pot

· PMTR2040 25 Ohm Pot – Use to add adjustable sensitivity feature

· PMTR2030 Power pilot light system

Special Note :
Professor Motor now specifies "Super Lube" as the preferred PTFE fortified lubricant for the rubbing contacts of the Platinum Series controllers.
This lube is far superior to the previously recommended Tri-Flo lube. Super Lube is available in 2 size containers.

please see the Liquids Catalog for more information and follow the NEW instructions for the required maintenance.

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