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Marklin 37872 Class 193 Electric Freight Locomotive
Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class 193 heavy electric freight locomotive. Chrome oxide green basic paint scheme. Locomotive road number 193 012-2. The locomotive looks as it did around 1977.

Marklin 37872 Class 193 Electric Freight Locomotive
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Product ID 37872
Manufacturer Marklin
ISBN 4001883378725
Marklin 37872 Class 193 Electric Freight Locomotive
Year Model : 2018
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Marklin 37872 Class 193 Electric Freight Locomotive
Model: The locomotive has an mfx+ digital decoder and extensive sound functions. It also has controlled high-efficiency propulsion with a flywheel, centrally mounted. 2 axles of each truck powered by means of cardan shafts. Traction tires. The locomotive has triple headlights and dual red marker lights that change over with the direction of travel, will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The headlights at Locomotive Ends 2 and 1 can be turned off separately in digital operation. When the headlights are turned off at both ends of the locomotive, the function for the "double A" light is activated. The cab lighting changes over with the direction of travel and can also be controlled digitally. In addition, a startup light changes over with the direction of travel and can also be controlled digitally. Maintenance-free warm white and red LEDs are used for the lighting. The locomotive comes from the factory with a figure of an engineer in Cab 1. The locomotive has separately applied grab irons. The cabs and the engine room have interior details in relief. Brake hoses and coupler hooks are included that can be mounted on the locomotive. Length over the buffers approximately 20.3 cm / 8".

  • Telex couplers front and rear
  • mfx+ World of Operation digital decoder
  • Coupler maneuvers

One-time series.
Electric Locomotive Class E 93 (193) The 18 units of the class E 93 led a rather inconspicuous existence for many years in the Swabian part of Germany. It is easy to overlook that the E 93 was a trailblazing new development specially designed for the requirements of the Württemberg main line Stuttgart – Ulm that was operated electrically beginning June 1, 1933. Its designers had especially to take into account mastering the Geislingen Grade with appropriate loads. The E 93 thus formed the first German "Crocodile" with its half high hoods borrowing from the prototype of Swiss electric locomotives and it was also the ancestor of an entire generation of six-axle electric locomotives without pilot trucks for heavy freight service. When it was purchased, the time was close to trying out the design principles of the class E 44 on a six-axle freight locomotive – close-coupled trucks without pilot trucks, bridge frames, and axle-suspended propulsion. In the design of the E 93, particular value was laid on cost reduction. Compared to its predecessors it was possible to simplify the electrical equipment radically and welding technology was used extensively for the mechanical parts. The three-axle trucks had to be designed carefully in order to guarantee good running on curves. The flanges on the center driving wheel sets were reduced by 10 mm / about 3/8" to reduce wear on the rails. In addition, equalizing bars in conjunction with the close coupling between the trucks were intended to eliminate easing the load on the rear wheel sets when starting up. The so-called start up lamp was also important here. This was located initially on the engineer's side of each cab. It served chiefly as a motion monitor, particularly on difficult nighttime startups. Much damage and the lack of spare parts led to them being removed starting in 1967 and they were replaced by a new lamp under the cab next to the steps up to the cab. In 1933, AEG delivered the first two units as road numbers E 93 01-02 to the maintenance facility at Kornwestheim. They fulfilled completely their intended operation program that stipulated among other things hauling 1,600 metric ton trains on 0.5% grades at 60 km/h / 37.5 mph. Even 1,200 metric tons could be hauled over the Geislingen Grade with a pusher locomotive. Two more units (E 93 03-04) did not follow until 1935. With the maximum speed increased to 70 km/h / 43.75 mph, road numbers E 93 05-18 appeared in 1937/39, and then the more powerful E 94 provided the succession. All 18 units survived the war with some damage and were restored. In the first postwar years, most of the E 93 units were based at the maintenance facility at Ulm for long runs between Kornwestheim and Munich. By the spring of 1951, some of these locomotives were racking up over 13,000 km / 8,125 miles per month. By May of 1951, almost all of the locomotives then landed back at the maintenance facility at Kornwestheim. In addition to pusher service on the Geislingen Grade, the E 93 units (starting in 1968: 193) chiefly took care of freight service in the area of the Stuttgart "Church Tower". The first unit to be retired in January of 1977 was road number 193 010. The chapter was closed with the withdrawal from service of road numbers 193 004 and 006 in January of 1985. Road numbers 193 008 (KKW Neckarwestheim) and 012 (privately owned in Ettlingen) remain preserved in addition to the DB Museum locomotive 193 007 (Museum Maintenance Facility at Koblenz-Lutzel).

  • Metal frame and mostly locomotive body.
  • Marklin exclusive special model - produced in a one-time series.
  • mfx+ digital decoder
  • DCC decoder
  • Built-in sound effects circuit.
  • Triple headlights and two red marker lights that change over with the direction of travel.
  • Marklin close couplers in standard pocket with guide mechanism.
  • Era 4
Station 2
Station 3
Headlight(s) · · · · ·
Engineer’s cab lighting · · · · ·
Electric locomotive op. sounds · · · · ·
Locomotive whistle · · · · ·
Direct control · · · · ·
Sound of squealing brakes off   · · · ·
Headlight(s): Cab2 End   · · · ·
Whistle for switching maneuver   · · · ·
Headlight(s): Cab1 End   · · · ·
Light Function     · · ·
Blower motors I     · · ·
Blower motors II     · · ·
Sound of Couplers Engaging     · · ·
Pantograph Sounds     · · ·
Rail Joints     · · ·
Brake Compressor         ·
Letting off Air         ·
Sanding         ·
Warning announcement         ·
Conductor's Whistle         ·
Station Announcements         ·
Doors Closing         ·
Compressor         ·
Squeaking sounds from wheels         ·
Station Announcements         ·
Station Announcements         ·
Blower motors         ·
Operating sounds         ·
Switching maneuver         ·
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