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Trix 22973 Tower Railcar Series 701
Prototype: Type 701 control tower railcars as a maintenance vehicle from the Cologne-Nippes overhead line management company, with a working platform and scissor pantograph as well as an additional 2-axle overhead line construction vehicle. Deutsche Bundesbahn (DB). Golden-yellow basic paint scheme for DB company vehicles. Use for maintenance and control of the overhead contact lines. Tower railcar company number 701 018-4. Operating condition in the 1980s.

Trix 22973 Tower Railcar Series 701
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Product ID T22973
Manufacturer Trix
ISBN 4028106229732
Trix 22973 Tower Railcar Series 701
Year Model : 2020
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Trix 22973 Tower Railcar Series 701
Model: With digital decoder and extensive operating and sound functions. Regulated high-performance propulsion. Maintenance-free motor in a compact design. 2 axles powered. Traction tires. Triple headlights and dual red marker lights change over with the direction of travel, will work in conventional operation, and can be controlled digitally. The front and rear headlights can be separately switched off digitally. Double-A-light function. Maintenance-free warm white and red light-emitting diodes (LED) are used for the lighting. Driver's cab with equipment. Lifting, lowering and swiveling work platforms, digitally switchable and controllable via rotary control on the driving device. To do this, use the F1 function key to select the driving mode or actuate the work platform in the stationary state. Raisable and lowerable scissor pantographs, digitally switchable. Pantographs without function for overhead line operation. A special tie rod for attaching the overhead line construction vehicle to the tower railcar is included. Overhead line construction vehicle loaded with cable drums and racks for cable guidance. Total length over the buffers approx. 32 cm.
Series 701 tower railcars As electrification progressed, the tower railcars became increasingly important for maintenance work in the electrified rail network of the young German Federal Railways. From 1954 onwards, Waggon- und Maschinenbau GmbH in Donauwörth (WMD) developed the so-called control tower railcars (TVT, also VT 55 or VT 93, from 1968: 701). Since an electric drive was out of the question, internal combustion engines were chosen as the drive source. Two Büssing motors (type U9A) with an output of 95.5 kW each were sufficient for the machine system of the first series (701 001-010 and 024). In all subsequent series, the two water-cooled underfloor motors (Büssing type U10) with a total output of 300 hp (221 kW) corresponded to the motors of the VT 98 (798) rail bus. Thanks to a special speed filling controller, a constant "creep speed" of 5 km / h could be achieved. The drive systems housed in a chassis similar to the VT 98 were designed for a trailer load of 40 t. Furthermore, shunting movements with a maximum trailer load of 200 t could be carried out with the railcar. For this purpose, the vehicle had received normal pulling and pushing devices in a generally lightweight design. Between the two cabs was a workshop room of about 26 m², where you could climb the observation pulpit to observe the overhead line. There was also a specially secured roof hatch and a pantograph for earthing and control on the roof. In the middle of the roof was the height and side adjustable lifting and swiveling platform with an area of ​​almost 6 m², which could be raised up to one meter. There was also an extendable ladder with which work at heights of up to 15 m was possible. A loudspeaker system was installed for communication between the driver's cab, the lookout and the lifting platform. The vehicles also had air disc brakes, cooling water heating and two separate 12 V power supply systems. By 1974, the DB had purchased a total of 162 twin-engine tower railcars, which had been designated the 701 series since 1968. Originally, all TVTs had a purple coating (RAL 3004). From 1975, the paintwork was gradually repainted to the usual golden yellow (RAL 1004) for DB company vehicles. From 2002, the lack of spare parts and the high age of the vehicles led to increased retirement, which was completed when the last TVT was switched off in 2013. However, numerous 701 could be sold to private utility companies and museum railways and can still be admired from time to time.
Highlights:

  • Lifting, lowering and swiveling work platforms, digitally switchable.
  • Raisable and lowerable scissor pantographs, digitally switchable.
  • With digital decoder and extensive operating and sound functions.
  • Overhead line construction wagon with typical cargo.

Characteristics:

  • Epoch IV
  • DCC decoder
  • Digital decoder with up to 32 digitally switchable functions. The number depends on the control unit used.
  • sound electronics
  • Triple headlights and two red marker lights that change with the direction of travel.
  • metal frame and boiler of the locomotive
  • Marklin close couplings in standard mounting with link guide.

Warning: Adults only

  DCC SX2 SX

MFX

Headlights ·     ·
Switching Function ·     ·
Diesel-Engine Noise ·     ·
Horn ·     ·
Pantographensteuerung ·     ·
Raise / Lower Work Platform ·     ·
Raise / Lower Work Platform ·     ·
Turn The Work Platform ·     ·
Turn The Work Platform ·     ·
Procedure Function ·     ·
Procedure Function ·     ·
Procedure Function ·     ·
Direct Control ·     ·
Ambient Noise ·     ·
Ambient Noise ·     ·
Brake Squeal Out ·     ·
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Cab Radio ·     ·
Sanden ·     ·
Air Compressor ·     ·
Shunting ·     ·
Top Signal Locomotive Side 2 ·     ·
Headlights Locomotive Side 1 ·     ·
Warning ·     ·
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