A471 - A496 Adtranz (220 001 - 220 026)

Re: A471 - A496 Adtranz (220 001 - 220 026)

Postby Georgegala » Tue Aug 21, 2018 10:29 am

Adtranz at Kalabaka, photo by me

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Re: A471 - A496 Adtranz (220 001 - 220 026)

Postby BarbaPanagos » Tue Oct 30, 2018 5:24 pm

220 033, AIR 22/9/2017

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Re: A471 - A496 Adtranz (220 001 - 220 026)

Postby Dimitris » Sun Feb 09, 2020 8:57 pm

Imageby using etched brass-parts and screws from old glasses, I made rigid the plastic bufferplank for tension-use, when the screw-coupling is in operation (connected).

correct distance between hook-ends & bufferplate-ends:
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Re: A471 - A496 Adtranz (220 001 - 220 026)

Postby Dimitris » Mon Jun 22, 2020 3:52 pm

My A478 rolled by an analogue (DC) transformer of LIMA (1983). The light-intensity isn't very high, because it operates in analogue, although it has a Lokpilot Lokdecoder 4.0 of ESU.
Imagefront lights
Imagerear (tail) lights

I know that by using a digital control (DCC) - system, the light intensity would be better. I prefer the PIKO smart-controller, Art.Nr.55041. Multimaus by ROCO is good, but more complicated.

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P.S. Sorry for the photos, I turned them 90 degrees in abloade.de, but they still are in the wrong angle.
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