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    Brawa German Electric Locomotive BR E44W of the DB (AC Digital Extra w/Sound)  
        

    Brawa 43411

    Price: $474.90

    System Scale Country Era Railway Dimensions
    AC HO Germany III DB 175.7mm
    Brawa 43411 - German Electric Locomotive BR E44W of the DB (AC Digital Extra w/Sound)

    Product Features and Details
    HO Scale AC Era III Includes a digital decoder Includes a sound effect 

    • Pantograph type SBS 39
    • Main switch type R 628
    • With 8 sand boxes
    • With dynamic brake for the first time in a model (deviating photo)
    • In analog mode the 3rd front light can be switched on or off with a switch, in digital mode with a function key
    • Indusi and extended roof
    • Extra mounted handrails in low-material thickness
    • Three-point support
    • True-to-epoch lightning
    • Finely detailed chassis
    • Finest paintwork and printing
    • Free standing roof lines
    • Illuminated driver's cab
    • Functioning metal pantographs (mechanical)
    • Prepared for sound or with built-in sound
    • LED lighting
    • NEM-standard close-coupling
    • Illuminated machine room
    • Metal wheels and frame
    • Prototypical multipart roof-fittings
    • Many extra mounted parts
    • Reproduction of the different pantograph and main switch types 

     

    Digital Version EXTRA:

    • Incl. Energy storage (buffers sound, motor and light)
    • Extensive light functions: shunting lights, drivers cabin lighting, tail lights separately switchable
    • Optimized lighting control for drive and shunting mode
    • Flicker-free light, due to stabilized and through a separate capacitor buffered 5 V power supply
    • True-to-original sound
    • Noiseless 16-bit Sound with up to 8 independent channels thanks to newest sound technology and excellent sound characteristics
    • Optimal motor and load control for perfect running characteristics
    • Applicable in all established digital systems (DCC, Motorola, SX1 und SX2)
    • Enclosed Locomotive card in the AC-Version

    Overview of technical functions

    Analog Basic+ =Digital Basic+ ~Digital Extra =Digital Extra ~
    Driving function
    Light change1)
    Tail lights separately switchable1)2)
    Driver cabin lighting1)2)
    Long-distance headlights
    Shunting lights
    Light setting programmable for analogue operation
    Digital interfacePluX22PluX22PluX22PluX22
    Decoder
    Sound
    Energy Storage
    Additional information
    • Subsequent conversion from
      analog to digital via PluX22
      interface possible
    • Compatible with and programmable
      in all common digital
      systems (DCC, Motorola, SX1
      and SX2)
    • Optimised light control for driving and shunting modes
    • Latest sound technology and excellent sound quality
    • Compatible with and programmable in all common digital systems
      (DCC, Motorola, SX1 and SX2)
    • Improved motor and load control

     

     

    1) In analog mode functions are selectable via switch and in digital mode via function button

    2) Function only available in digital mode

    After the annexation of Austria, the E44 locomotives were supposed to be used also on the alpine routes of the "Ostmark". In order to minimize the brake block wear during downhill ride, the installation of an electric dynamic brake was required. The German National Railway (DRB) ordered such an additional device for the machines of the batch E44 152 - 191 and referred to the subtype as E44W for "Widerstandsbremse" (dynamic brake). Because of the war, only the models E44W 152 - 183 were delivered between 1943 and 1951. Externally, the machines attracted attention primarily by the roof-mounted vent stacks of the dynamic brakes. After 1945, the German Railway (DB) maintained the dynamic brake only for the 16 Freiburg- based locomotives, which were used on the Höllental railway track, and referred to these as E44.11 from 1962 onwards, and as BR 145 after 1968. On all other machines, the electric brake was removed or, in case of a damage, decommissioned. The machines E44 1170 and 1180 survived; we can only hope that one of them will once again "hum" past the Hirschsprung (location where a stag is said to have leapt over the Höllental).

    • Road no.: E44 181W
    • Marklin AC Digital Extra Version
    • Digital Sound
    • Doehler & Haass Decoder
    • Energy Storage Installed
    • Coupler pocket and close coupling
    • PLUX22 Decoder Socket
    • Motor with Flywheel
    • 2 Traction Tires
    • Triple headlights and two red taillights alternating with the direction of travel


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