504,90 EUR

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504,90 EUR

20 % VAT incl.

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Electric multiple unit series 4010 of the Austrian Federal Railways.

Update!

Anniversary model - 60 years of ROCO!

For the first time with PluX22 decoder in the powered end car and Next18 function decoder in the control car

Exemplary sound functions

Execution as classic "Transalpin"

Model in 6-part version with the following sequence: powered end car, open seating car 2nd class, compartment car 2nd class, dining car, compartment car 1st / 2nd class. Class, control car with 1st class open-plan compartment.

With the name “Transalpin”, a fast daily connection from Wien Westbahnhof to Zurich (later Basel) was introduced on June 2, 1958. The use of the new class 4010 multiple units, which were available from May 1965, made this train connection a great classic. The elegant train sets with their distinctive paintwork in sapphire blue / ivory also had the best inner values. The interior of the cars was more comfortable and elegant than ever before in Austrian express train traffic. The six-part units, of which three were initially ordered, reached a significantly higher cruising speed with a top speed of 150 km / h. The ÖBB decided to use these successful sets to build up an inner-Austrian city express train network. The delivery of a second series (4010.04 to 4010.15) began as early as 1966.

The "Transalpin" remained inextricably linked to the 4010 until the switch to a locomotive hauled train in 1977. When the Arlberg route was interrupted, diversions from Bregenz via Lindau — Munich — Rosenheim — Salzburg were possible. In the non-electrified section of the route between Lindau and Geltendorf, the 4010 leader was given by DB locomotives of the 18.6 series (Bavarian S 3/6). V 100.10, V 200 and later 218.

Technical data:

General data

Number of axles with traction tires 2

Number of driven axles 4

Interior fittings Equipped with interior fittings

Interior of the driver's cab

Coupling In-house coupling and KK kinematics

Minimum radius 419 mm

Flywheel Yes

Electrics

Buffer capacitor yes

Headlights 3 headlights depending on the direction of travel / 2 tail lights, depending on the direction of travel

Interface Electrical interface for PluX22 traction vehicles

Interface Electrical interface for locomotives Next18

Motor 5-pol. Engine

additional light function yes

Digital decoder PluX16

Digital decoder function decoder

Decoder type MX645P16

LED headlight yes

Dimensions

Length over the buffers 1711 mm


This Product was added to our catalogue on Wednesday 13 January, 2021.