AC - Alternating current/Analogue, Digital - Near mint - In original box
|Power supply:||AC - Alternating current|
|Packaging:||In original box|
|Additional information:||De 6/6, "Seetal-Krokodil"|
|Nr. of Items:||1|
Märklin H0 - 37521 - Electric locomotive - De 6/6, "Seetal-Crocodile". brown - SBB-CFF-FFS
Electric locomotive series De 6/6 of the Schweizerische Bundesbahnen (SBB-CFF-FFS), “Seetal Crocodile”
With original packaging and booklet
Running number: 15303
Brown colour scheme
Beautiful yellow uprights
With digital decoder and controlled high-efficiency propulsion
Special motor with flywheel
Powered on 6 axles
4 traction tyres
The articulated frame enables the locomotive to take sharp curves
Headlights work in conventional mode and can be controlled digitally
Rear light, acceleration and deceleration can be controlled digitally with Control Unit 6021
The mounted railings are made of metal
The length between the buffers is 16.2 cm
The roof has a breakage, broken off piece is included
Please see the photos for a nice impression
The presentation rail is not included
The routes/lines of the Swiss Seetalbahn at Wildegg and Beromünster were electrified between 1910 and 1930 with 5.5 kV/25 Hz, a relic form the era of the private railway With the nationalization in 1922, the SBB elected at the same time to standardise the current and also to purchase a new locomotive Thus in 1926 3 locomotives were delivered prepared for use with the standard current at 15 kV/16 2/3 Hz The "Seetal-crocodile" bears its name by right: the undercarriage construction truly matches the famous SBB-locomotive Two drive-wheel groupings (here without leader wheels) bear a three piece upper construction Because the Seetal-locomotives only needed to be lighter and more manoeuvrable, the appropriate mechanical components of the smaller Ee 3/3 that was built in parallel were used Each wheel-set is driven by a motor via a blind shaft and slanted driveshafts, the total power is 850 kW, that allows a maximum speed of 50km/h Characteristic are the large air inlets on the sides of the locomotives for cooling the transformers, and the single pantograph The three little Crocodiles were in service from the 1950s until 1963 at the SBB and mainly used as shunting locomotives The only preserved locomotive, number 15301, belongs to the Oensingen-Balsthal-Bahn and is awaiting the finance for its restoration
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