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Model Trains: digital
Box size : 17 x 12 x 7cm

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Controller set.
Controller set. 14 V=/0,6 A (600 mA) for D.C. operation. Separate output connection for lighting – and/or electrical accessories, i. e. signals or point motors. Maximum power rating: 850 mA.

This controller set is best suited for beginners and running just one train. It consists of one controller 6720 and plug-in transformer 6710, designed to compliment each other. The controller gives a definite forwards and backwards control and speed settings. The control knob clicks gently into a zero position. Automatic overload protection. easy connection to the layout using the pressure connection clips.

Output current 600 mA
Output voltage 0-14V

Reference : -6725
Other tags : 6725 - 6725 - -6725


Reference: RF-6725
Brand: Fleischmann Fleischmann
Box size 17 x 12 x 7cm
Type of productAccessories
AccessoriesModel Trains: digital

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    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 the N scale (1:160) with the "Piccolo" range in 1969.

    You will find a wide range of miniature trains from the main European networks (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Benelux).

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