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DCC + Sound Diesel locomotive BR 118 DR Ep.IV

Fleischmann 721371

259.90 EUR
Incl. 16% VAT., excl. shipping
local_shippingDelivery time: 4-21 working days*
CategoriesRolling stock, Locomotive, diesel
Railway companyDR
Sound standardyes
Electrical systemSpur N, 2-Leiter Gleichstrom
Decoder typeDCC mit Sound
CouplerSchacht NEM 355 mit KK-Kinematik
HeadlightsDreilicht-Spitzenbeleuchtung, mit der Fahrtrichtung wechselnd.
Motor5-poliger Motor mit Schwungmasse
Quarter first delivery4/2019
Length over buffer (mm)121mm
Friction tyres2
Drivel axles6
Diesel locomotive class 118 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn (DR East). Epoch IV.

New 2019 Design !

The model is equipped with an in-built load sensing digital decoder and sound functions true to the original from factory.

- 6-axle model with single stripe and angular door cutout
- Interior lighting in the driver‘s cab
- Henning-Sound

5 pole motor with flywheel. Drive on six axles with two traction tyres. Coupler pocket according to NEM 355 standards and guide mechanism. White and red LED triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.

Prototype: The locomotive series V 180 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn was the largest diesel series ever built in the GDR. In 1970 it was designated class 118 and from 1993 on it was registered as class 228. It was initially built in a four-axle version with two 2-axle bogies - later there were also 6-axle variants. The six-axle version with a low axle load of 15.6 t is even today still considered to be a masterpiece of the engineers involved. The low axle load allows for an universal use so the locomotive can also operate on classanchlines. In addition to that, it has also the license to haul trains over steep railway sections. The resulting potential application area is unique with large German diesel locomotives.

The V 180 replaced various steam locomotive series in the performance classes above the V100 and therefore accelerated the traction change at the German Reichsbahn. The three locomotives 118 548, 550 and 552 were assigned to the GDR and hauled state-owned trains. In 1995 the last locomotives of these types stopped operating for the DB AG. Afterwards numerous locomotives were sold to private railway companies.

This model is not a toy. Not suitable for children under 14 years!