H0 1:87
Power system DC
PluX22 Decoder (NEM 658)
Normschacht NEM 362
Note to EU Toys Directive 2009/48/EC: Warning, not suitable for children under 15.

Brawa 42910
Class 245

Recommended retail price: 309,90 €

201,60 €
Corresponds to export price of:
205,53 USD
Available from stock
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Description & specifications

Diesel Locomotive BR 245 „Fernverkehr Sylt” of the DB AG
Road no.: 92 80 1245 024-5

Attached grip rails (head end)
Illuminated train destination display
Top-quality printing and painting
Driver's cab lighting
Prepared for sound, or with sound installed
Etched treadplates
Incl. snowplough
LED lighting
Windscreen wipers attached individually
Different design of the train compartments
PluX22 interface
Driver's cab lighting switchable like the original
Long-distance headlights raise like the original
Smooth, steady setting off even at speed level 1
Setting off and braking delay like the original
Optimal power consumption
Chassis with free view and details true to the original
Simple, cable-free dismantling of the housing possible as well as non-twist locking lugs
Roof sections true to the different versions with 2 or 4 pantographs
True-to-original rest position of the pantographs
Metal frame

In April 2011, Deutsche Bahn AG and Bombardier Transportation signed a framework contract stipulating the delivery of up to 200 units of new TRAXX P160 DE ME locomotives. The locomotives, a reclassification of the 245 series, are intended to replace the large diesel locomotives from the 218 series that had become aged. The diesel-electric locomotives are equipped with four diesel engines (ME – Multi Engine) that drive four generators to create power that, in turn, supply the traction motors via the converters. The diesel motors switch on or off automatically depending upon the required output of the locomotives. Hidden behind this is a reduction in the idling time of the motors, which has a positive effect upon fuel consumption. Therefore, this concept is ideally suited to the new ecological and sustainable environmental concept of Deutsche Bahn AG. Thanks to the derivation from the TRAXX family, approximately 70 % of all utilised components are compatible with the existing TRAXX locomotives. The 245 series is assembled and constructed in the former Henschel & Sohn plant in Kassel, Germany, that today belongs to Bombardier. Large components such as locomotive bodies and chassis are supplied from the Wroclaw and Siegen plants, amongst others. The supply of the first batch of 20 locomotive for DB Regio was requested directly upon the signing of the contract. The new locomotive series was officially presented at InnoTrans 2012 in the shape of the 245 003-9. The first models of the 245 series will be based at DB Regio in Kempten and Frankfurt am Main and have already successfully completed initial trial runs.
Manufacturer: Brawa
Gauge: H0
Railway Company:DB AG
Power system: DC
Digital Interface:PluX22 digital decoder socket
Digital Interface:Für Decoder-Einbau vorbereitet
Length over buffer:217,2 mm
Navigable minimum radius:360 mm
Friction Tyres:2
Flywheel mass:Yes
Headlights:Triple headlights and two taillights, alternating with travel direction
Coupler:Shaft NEM 362 without KK kinematics
Spring Buffers:Yes
Beleuchtung mit LEDYes
Delivery Date:Q4/2020
Manufacturer price:309,90 €

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