METRANS #383 409-0 HO Hamburger Hafen und Logistik Vectron Electric Locomotive DCC & Sound Ready

METRANS #383 409-0 HO Hamburger Hafen und Logistik Vectron Electric Locomotive DCC & Sound Ready
Novinka

v prodeji od 30.06.2021
Věkové omezení:14
Rok vydání:2021
Skladem:poslední kusy
Kategorie:HO MODELY LOKOMOTIVY, VAGÓNY PRO MODELÁŘE
Kód:A38599
Související:Deutsche Bundesbahn #295 292-1 HO Hamburg METRANS Diesel Locomotive DCC & Sound Doehler & Haass
Výrobce: ROCO


Cena 8 993,00 Kč s 21% DPH

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Elektrická lokomotiva modelové železnice v měřítku HO pro železniční modeláře v modelářské kvalitě - Roco 71946 METRANS #383 409-0 HO Hamburger Hafen und Logistik Vectron Electric Locomotive DCC & Sound Ready.

Elektrická lokomotiva třídy 383 Metrans.

■ Použití v mezinárodní nákladní dopravě. ■ Volně stojící řídítka, částečně z kovu. ■ Světlomet lze zcela nebo částečně vypnout přepínačem DIP.

Metrans je nákladní železniční společnost se sídlem v Praze. Spojuje severomorské přístavy Rotterdam, Hamburk a Bremerhaven a také jaderský přístav Koper v intermodální dopravě s vnitrozemím. V České republice, na Slovensku a v Rakousku existují vlastní kontejnerové terminály. Kromě dalších elektrických a dieselových lokomotiv zahrnuje flotila také deset lokomotiv Vectron MS. Jsou schváleny pro použití v Německu, České republice, Rakousku, Maďarsku, Polsku a na Slovensku.

METRANS, a.s. (VKM: MT) je operátor kombinované dopravy a provozovatel kontejnerových terminálů. Společnost byla založena v roce 1948 (původně jako společnost pro mezinárodní zasílatelství a námořní plavbu) a sídlí v Praze. Jejím majoritním vlastníkem je německá skupina Hamburger Hafen und Logistik (HHLA) s podílem 86,5 %, druhým největším akcionářem je management společnosti s podílem 13,5 %

The Vectron is a locomotive series made by Siemens Mobility, introduced at the 2010 InnoTrans trade fair in four prototype versions: diesel, multi-system, and both AC and DC electric power. The diesel version has been replaced in 2018 by a dual mode locomotive which is powered by electricity on electrified sections of the track and can be switched to diesel mode on non-electrified sections. The Vectron series is reconfigurable and modular, with a Bo Bo wheel arrangement, and is intended as the successor to the EuroSprinter family of locomotives. A more affordable, basic version called Smartron was introduced in 2018.

The Vectron is designed to be easily reconfigurable to a variety of country or work specific configurations; reconfiguration to different safety systems is simplified with pre-designed mounting points for track equipment, modular safety equipment cabinets in the locomotive body and a driver s desk designed for a wide variety of information equipment.

The locomotives are also available in a medium power (5.2 MW or 7,000 hp) version for regional passenger and medium freight work as well as a high power (6.4 MW or 8,600 hp) version. DC only versions are only available in medium power. The standard design speed is 160 km/h (99 mph), which can be upgraded to 200 km/h (120 mph) with the addition of semi-active yaw dampers incorporating a bogie–bogie steering mechanism.

The main body of the vehicle is self-supporting, consisting of an underframe of three longitudinal sill plates (centre and sides), side walls, transverse support members for the bogie pivots and for the transformer, and end sill plates. The roof is in three sections and is removable, the two drivers cabins also have a replaceable front end. The buffer beam section is also a separate part, which allows replacement if it is damaged in a collision.

The main compartment of the locomotive contains the electrical equipment except the main transformer and batteries which are located below the frame. All electrical components are placed in predefined locations on either side of a central aisle connecting the two cabins with each mounting position being reserved for a single type of equipment.

The bogies transmit tractive force through a central pivot. The traction motors are flexibly supported by the bogie frame, and are connected to the wheelset mounted reduction gears by a multiple disc coupling. A full hollow shaft (folded cardan) drive system is also optional. Mechanical braking is via wheel-mounted disc brakes. Electrical regenerative braking is also used.

The locomotives can work in double, multiple and push-pull formation with other Vectron, Eurosprinter and Eurorunner locomotives as well as some other locomotives fitted with the same multiple working equipment. The design also allows single cab version for use in permanent double coupled locomotive working or for use with passenger trains with a blanking module replacing one of the cab ends.

A fully diesel powered version was launched in 2010. The design uses a 2.4 MW (3,200 hp), MTU 16V 4000 84R engine.

An electric locomotive design with 180 kW diesel engine for shunting operations was presented at the 2012 Innotrans trade fair. In 2018, a dual mode locomotive was presented as a combination of electric and diesel locomotive. The new locomotive has a gauge of 1,435 mm and weighs 90 metric tons. The locomotive is designed to operate on a 15-kV AC electrical system and is equipped with the PZB train protection system. Regardless of its operating mode, the locomotive develops a rating of 2,000 kW at the wheel rim. The Vectron s diesel tank holds 2,500 liters of fuel. The locomotive s top speed is 160 km/h.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the small edition size and the great demand for this item, allocations are expected to occur.

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