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model type
single track
two-pronged ( + 5,00 EUR )

Prototype-correct level crossing of the ÖBB in scale. The model can, however, be used for practically all European railways for Epoch IV to this day. The masts and light boxes are filigree and consist of a high-quality material mix of brass, nickel silver and laser-cut cardboard. For the first time, a special light body was used in such a model, which reproduces the light impression of the prototype in an impressively real way! For the control (yellow approx. 4 seconds, then change to constant red), the corresponding components are in stock in the shop (Q decoder Z1-16Signal or Z1-16 +)

A set of signs with the correct spacing symbols is included.

2x danger sign level crossing without barriers

Distance beacons 80, 160, 240m, 4 pieces each

A 0.3mm brass wire with a length of approx. 100mm is in the content to fix the panels.

The track cover can be ordered epoch-appropriate as a concrete slab or in the modern, corrugated STRAIL design, see selection.

Technical data

Operating voltage: 12-16V direct current

Consumption: approx. 20 mA

Material: brass / nickel silver etched and laser-cut cardboard

Lamps: maintenance-free SMD LEDs that can be controlled separately

Operation: analog or digital

Please enter in the text field below whether the track filling should be in concrete, if no entry, delivery with corrugated black insert

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This Product was added to our catalogue on Thursday 23 December, 2021.