Electric locomotive E 69 05, DB Fleischmann RF-390071
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Electric locomotive E 69 05, DB

Fleischmann
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Model Trains: : locomotive
Scale : H0

Locomotive Electric locomotive E 69 05, DB
Electric locomotive E 69 05 of the Deutsche Bundesbahn. Epoch III.

New design 2016. The model is equipped with an integrated load sensing digital decoder for AC operation and true to the original sound from factory.

Drive on all two axles. Motor with flywheel. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards and close coupling mechanism. Triple headlights that change with the direction of travel.

Specifications:
General data
Number of driven axles 2
Coupling NEM shaft 362 with KK-kinematics
Flywheel yes
Electrical
Digital decoder 
Sound yes
      
LED head light yes
LED lighting yes
Head light 3-headlight and 2 tail lamps direction dependent
Measurements
Length over buffer 100 mm




Scale : H0
The HO scale (or 1:87) is the main scale used for model trains. It corresponds to a rail gauge of 16.5mm. A locomotive HO scale is 87 times smaller than the real locomotive. Thus, a 13m long wagon will measure 6 inches / 14.9 cm in the HO scale.

Reference : -390071
Other tags : 390071 - 3971 - -3971
RF-390071
7 cm
5 kg
Model Trains: : locomotive
Data sheet
Type of product
Model Trains: : locomotive
Scale
H0
Material
Metal
Country
Deutsche Bundesbahn

About Fleischmann

Fleischmann is a German toy manufacturing company founded in 1887 by Jean Fleischmann in Nuremberg. After having manufactured toys for several years, Fleischmann then specialized in the manufacture of model trains. It was in 1949 that the company innovated by manufacturing two-wire direct-fed miniature trains on an O-scale (1:45). Fleischmann then evolved to the HO scale (1:87) in 1952 and to...

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