Which railways have locomotive pilot qualifications

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THREE-PHASE CURRENT MOTOR V E R S C H L E I S F R E I W A R T U N G S F R E I S A U B E R You can see the examples below. The commutation elements (collector, carbon [n] / brush) serve to "keep turning" the magnetic field. These elements are subject to a greater or lesser degree of wear and tear. It is also a fact that motors operated via digital decoders show a significantly higher level of wear due to the pulsed control (PWM)! In many cases, the fine coal dust (a pulp in over-oiled engines) leads to leakage currents, short circuits and, in the worst case, to a defect in the decoder. The demands on a modern locomotive drive are: No collector with spark formation No wear, no abrasion, no burn-off, therefore no maintenance of any kind Compact, extremely simple design Problem-free control of 2 and multi-engine machines or tractions High torque, best speed control (load balancing) even during operation with AC / DC High efficiency, low heating Active braking and holding torque Quiet, perfect concentricity Practically unlimited service life with ball bearings Long guarantee period Our new THREE-PHASE MOTOR fulfills all of these points! With the conversion set it is now possible for everyone to bring their locomotives up to date with the latest drive technology. The conversion sets are initially available for models from HAG, Fleischmann, Märklin, and Roco. Further sets are in development and will follow in 2005. (Traces TT, H0m, 0m, 0, I, IIm, etc.) The electronics for the THREE-PHASE MOTOR are extremely robust. The performance of a digital decoder is no longer important and multi-engine models can also be driven with a decoder. The significantly lower power consumption of the THREE-PHASE MOTOR compared to conventional motors also allows more locomotives to be operated from one transformer, (digital) booster, etc. rail4you.ch Railway technology Mechatronics IT Erich R. Iten Postfach 20, CH5325 Leibstadt [email protected] Page 1 of 11 Copyright by rail4you.ch 2004 2014

One version, various applications a) analog, alternating / direct current, around 616VAC / DC load balancing including (the mechanical / electronic switch is not required in the AC system!) B) digital, from existing decoders from many manufacturers / design / data format. Even with decoders without "load balancing" the THREE-PHASE MOTOR keeps the set speed constant. Available with multi-protocol decoder MM / DCC or Selectrix! We supply various brand new original models, equipped with the THREE-PHASE MOTOR. Fig. 1 HAG bogie, older version with field winding Fig. 2 HAG bogie, current version with possibly with permanent magnet,> Type 66 permanent magnet, possibly with field winding,> Type 88 Fig. 3 HAG bogie with THREE-PHASE MOTOR without cover on the motor (above 20 individual and wearing parts are omitted) Fig. 4 Bogie complete with around 25% more weight = more grip or more traction! Request price list P1 now! The delivery takes place in the order in which orders are received, specify the exact locomotive type (manufacturer order number of the locomotive) The THREE-PHASE MOTOR ... more fun with your hobby! rail4you.ch Railway technology Mechatronics IT Erich R. Iten Postfach 20, CH5325 Leibstadt [email protected] Page 2 of 11 Copyright by rail4you.ch 2004 2014

For model railroaders who own models with the Märklin Sinus motor but would prefer to drive digitally to NMRADCC or Selectrix, we offer a multi-protocol decoder with Sinus control. It is also possible to use existing decoders .. just ask! We also control the new CSinus compact motor (Sinus2), down to 30 rpm! Performance table ZugQualität redefined! Re 460 MäSinus HAG weight, g 600 590 620 Vmin. Km / h 0.4 0.6 0.3 Vmax. Km / h 150 150 155 Current ma, average 500 1'000 + 550 "on the hook", g 270 250 300 Active braking no no yes Re 460 HAG weight, g Type88 DsM 540 570 Vmin. Km / h Vmax. Km / h current ma, cut "at the heel", g 240 360 Active braking no yes Re 6/6 HAG weight, g 2xTp88 2x DsM 600 670 Vmin. Km / h Vmax. Km / h current ma, cut "at the heel", g 300 450 Active braking no yes Vmin. Km / h Vmax. Km / h current ma, cut "on the hook", g 330 Active braking no yes Re 6/6 HAG weight, g DsM 580 The pulling force "on the hook" is measured at low engine speed. The indication km / h is based on the scaled speed. The values ​​are determined as best as possible, but do not form a legal basis. Important note: The traction tires are of course a very important factor in these measurements. Old, hard, oily tires should be replaced. The rail profile and material can possibly be neglected. You are cordially invited to complete this table. We will be happy to inform you of our test arrangement. Examples and some links> ongoing extensions. Some of the images were created ad hock and left in their natural state. The links to the reports by S. Burkhard // H. Fritz // M. Lutz // A. Despont can be found on the HAG Special HAG Re4 / 4 II page from HAG ready for use with DsM, Drivers and decoders Page 3 of 11 Copyright by rail4you.ch 2004 2014

HAG RBe2 / 4 “Red Arrow” from? DsM, still without electrics At HAG, all locomotives with 2-axle bogies can be easily converted. The 3-axle bogies of the Ae6 / 6 are also available. The Ae 4/7 can also be equipped with the DsM! and in detail, complete with driver and MP decoder. Quote from the customer: It is a real pleasure to see the 'old' red arrow moving over the layout again. The three-phase motor runs perfectly. The Zurich SBahn with DsM, driver and decoder 60902 You can find this SBahn in the report by M. Lutz Page 4 of 11 Copyright by rail4you.ch 2004 2014

On the newly emerging system of the HAG Re6 / 6 club: Make two out of two, namely a floor panel for a 2-engine machine and 1 floor panel for a dummy locomotive (without motors) The floor panel is inserted in the housing. In the middle clearly visible the transverse guide of the middle bogie complete with 2 DsM .. and ready to drive with housing ... The material is from a customer who makes such floor panels or who also carries out the entire conversion. Interested parties contact us! Page 5 of 11 Copyright by rail4you.ch 2004 2014

Ae 6/6 with DsM. The loudspeaker of the LokSoundDecoder is also clearly recognizable. Picture below: The Ae 4/7, an interesting and impressive model from grandfather's time rail4you.ch Railway Technology Mechatronics Computer Science Erich R. Iten Postfach 20, CH5325 Leibstadt [email protected] Page 6 of 11 Copyright by rail4you.ch 2004 2014

Märklin DB 103 1337 from Märklin Bogie before the conversion 155 grams DB 103 1337 Here you will find ongoing additions which models fall into this category. and afterwards with DsM 237 grams DB 194 0915 from Märklin without bearing plate rail4you.ch Railway Technology Mechatronics Computer Science Erich R. Iten Postfach 20, CH5325 Leibstadt [email protected] Page 7 of 11 Copyright by rail4you.ch 2004 2014

DB 194 0915 Compatible models: Your help can also flow in here with an adapted DsM Märklin DBBR 01 097 Tow-tender motor without end shield and with mech. Changeover switch BR 01 097 Compatible models: and with built-in DsM Page 8 of 11 Copyright by rail4you.ch 2004 2014

E 1835 with previous engine E 1835 Compatible are: the V 200 and inserted DsM with adapter DB V 200 with previous engine Page 9 of 11 Copyright by rail4you.ch 2004 2014

V 200 Compatible are: E 1835 and with the DsM still without wiring Fleischmann Von Fleischmann: Bogies from the front and from the rear Page 10 of 11 Copyright by rail4you.ch 2004 2014

Lima The new bogie for the Lima BLS / SBB Re4 / 4 and similar Lima or RivaRossi models. Thanks to Delrin gears, it runs smoothly, quietly and virtually maintenance-free. A DsM customer developed this concept. Here with the mounted DsM, which is a. Has screw. The original cover from Lima is mounted. FAQ Your questions on this topic to [email protected] will be updated and answered here on an ongoing basis. Question from Peter Muster: Answer from user: Answer from rail4you.ch: Page 11 of 11 Copyright by rail4you.ch 2004 2014