Fully Interlocking Puzzles

Some articles on interlockings, interlocking, puzzles, fully interlocking, fully interlocking puzzles:

Complete and Incomplete Interlockings (U.S. Terminology)
... Interlockings allow trains to cross from one track to another using a turnout and a series of switches ... defines the following types of interlockings as either complete or incomplete depending on the movements available ... Although timetables generally do not identify an interlocking as one or the other, and rule books do not define the terms, the below is generally agreed upon by system crews ...
Jigsaw Puzzle - Puzzle Pieces
... Many puzzles are termed "fully interlocking" ... Some fully interlocking puzzles have pieces all of a similar shape, with rounded tabs out on opposite ends, with corresponding blanks cut into the intervening sides to receive the tabs of adjacent pieces ... Other fully interlocking puzzles may have tabs and blanks variously arranged on each piece, but they usually have four sides, and the numbers of tabs and blanks thus ...
Solid State Interlocking - Interlocking Hardware
... An SSI interlocking cubicle comprises three Interlocking Processors or Main Processor Modules (MPMs), two Panel Processors and a Diagnostics Processor (DMPM) ... It does not need the DMPM to function as an interlocking, as this drives the technician's terminal only ...
Solid State Interlocking
... Solid State Interlocking (SSI) is the brand name of the first generation processor-based interlocking developed in the 1980s by British Rail's Research Division, GEC-Genera ...
Promelectronica - Products - MPTs-I
... Computer-based interlocking system for points and signals MPTs-I is designed for centralized control of trackside equipment, i.e ... The computer-based interlocking system is a functional analog of the relay-type electrical interlocking systems ... MPTs-I is intended for construction of new and updating existing electrical interlocking systems ...

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