Electric locomotive Re 6/6 of the Swiss Federal Railways.
Completely new design 2022!
■ Version in green livery with round lamps
■ Fine windshield wipers as etched parts
■ Filigree pantographs
■ Closed obstacle deflectors attached to the package
With an hourly output of 7.850 kW and a top speed of 140 km/h, the Re 6/6, which first entered service in 1972, is still one of the most powerful locomotives in Switzerland. The DB preferred the Bo'Bo' axle arrangement over the standard Co'Co' to achieve higher curve speeds. The three delicately designed bogies - further developed from the 4/4ˡˡ - also proved very advantageous in terms of wheel flange and track wear. You can find the Re 6/6 everywhere, be it in single traction, in multiple control operations among themselves or especially in freight traffic. However, most of the time, it runs under the designation Re 10/10 together with a Re 4/4ˡˡ or Re 4/4ˡˡˡ.
With an hourly output of 7,850 kW and a top speed of 140 km/h, the Re 6/6, which went into service for the first time in 1972, is still one of the most powerful locomotives in Switzerland. In order to achieve higher cornering speeds, the wheel arrangement Bo'Bo'Bo' was given preference over the usual Co'Co'. The more complex three bogies - further developed from the 4/4ˡˡ - also proved to be very advantageous in relation to wheel flange and track wear. The Re 6/6 can be found everywhere, be it in single traction, in multiple control among themselves and especially in freight traffic mostly as so-called Re 10/10 together with a Re 4/4ˡˡ or Re 4/4ˡˡˡ.
|Power system: ||DC|
|Digital Interface:||Next18 digital decoder socket|
|Coupler:||Shaft NEM 355 with KK kinematics|
|Length over buffer:||121 mm|
|Navigable minimum radius:||192 mm|
|Anzahl angetriebene Achsen||4|
|Beleuchtung mit LED||Yes|
|Headlights:||Lichtwechsel nach Schweizer Vorbild / fahrtrichtungsabhängig|
|Delivery Date:||10 / 2022|
|Manufacturer price:||225,90 €|