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Prototype: German Federal Railroad (DB) class V 320 heavy diesel locomotive, for use in high-value passenger service on the Allgäu Line. Based in Kempten. Original version in crimson basic paint scheme. Road number V 320 001. The locomotive looks as it did around 1965.

Highlights:

  • Completely new tooling.
  • German Federal Railroad's largest and most powerful diesel locomotive.
  • Locomotive frame and body constructed mostly of metal.
  • Spinning ventilation fans controlled digitally in pairs.
  • Cab and engine room lighting controlled digitally.
  • Digital decoder and extensive light and sound functions included.

The class V 320 diesel locomotive is being produced in 2019 in a one-time series only for Trix Club members.

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Electric locomotive BB 9278 of the french federal railways. Epoch III.
Motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles. Traction tyres. PluX16 interface. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards with close coupling mechanism. With digitally switchable sound functions.

High tractive effort to operate Le Capitole
Sophisticated printing
Authentic realization of sound and with new running number
For the first time with PluX interface and LED lighting

  • 1 axle with traction tires
  • 4 driving axles
  • NEM shaft 362 with close coupling mechanism
  • Minimum radius 358 mm
  • Flywheel
  • PluX16 Digital decoder
  • Sound
  • Electrical interface for traction units PluX16
  • Digitally switchable dual headlights
  • 5-pole motor
  • LED head light
  • Length over buffer: 186 mm

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Electric locomotive class BB 26000 of the French State Railways.

Model with digital decoder and digitally switchable sound and light functions as well as a buffer capacitor for an uninterruptible power supply.

Freestanding handles
Rich detailing on the roof superstructure with perforated etched part
Delicate pantographs

  • 1 axle with traction tires
  • 4 driving axles
  • NEM shaft 362 with close coupling mechanism
  • Minimum radius 358 mm
  • Flywheel
  • PluX22 Digital decoder
  • Sound
  • Electrical interface for traction units PluX22
  • Digitally switchable triple front headlights
  • Additional light function
  • 5-pole motor
  • LED lighting
  • LED head light
  • Length over buffer: 204 mm

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Electric locomotive EL 18 2254 of the Norwegian State Railways, Epoch VI.
Motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles. LED-lighting white/red that change with the direction of travel.

  • 1 axles with traction tires
  • 4 driving axles
  • NEM shaft 362 without close coupling mechanism
  • Minimum radius: 358 mm
  • Flywheel
  • Electrical interface for traction units PluX22
  • Two direction dependent tail lights and dual headlights.
  • 5-pole motor
  • LED head light
  • Length over buffer: 212 mm

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Electric locomotive EL 18 2254 of the Norwegian State Railways, Epoch VI.
Motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles. LED-lighting white/red that change with the direction of travel. With digitally switchable sound and light functions and buffer capacitor.

  • 1  axle with traction tires
  • 4 driving axles
  • NEM shaft 362 without close coupling mechanism
  • Minimum radius 358 mm
  • Flywheel
  • DCC decoder
  • Sound
  • Electrical interface for traction units PluX22
  • Two direction dependent tail lights and dual headlights.
  • 5-pole motor
  • LED head light
  • Length over buffer: 212 mm

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Electric locomotive Re 460 of the Swiss Federal Railways.


Model with digital decoder and digitally switchable sound and light functions as well as a buffer capacitor for an uninterruptible power supply.

Visually revised model with separately applied wipers is now available for the first time
With a sperately applied SBB logo and an additional front handle

  •  1 axles with traction tires
  • 4 driving axles
  • NEM shaft 362 without close coupling mechanism
  • Minimum radius 358 mm
  • Flywheel
  • DCC decoder
  • Sound
  • Electrical interface for traction units PluX22
  • Light changes true to the Swiss original - direction dependent
  • 5-pole motor
  • LED head light
  • Length over buffer: 212 mm

 

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H0 Scale | Expert | PluX22 DCC/sound
Rh 1100 (NS) electric locomotive, Era IV

The PIKO model has sharply engraved bogie panels with realistic spring package replicas and faithful replicas of the buffer planks. The lighting is provided by LEDs. The cab and engine room lights as well as the front and tail lights that function depending on the direction of travel can be digitally switched with the PluX22 decoder. The heavy die-cast zinc frame and the engine with two large, precisely balanced fly-wheels ensure excellent handling characteristics and high tensile forces. A PIKO SmartDecoder 4.1 with mfx capability and sound is factory installed. 

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ET21 PKP IV + PluX22 Sound Decoder

A contemporary model of the PKP ET 21 will certainly make the hearts of many friends of the railway in our neighboring country soar, as the freight train locomotive is one of the milestones of the traction change in Poland. PIKO acknowledges this historical value in the model conversion in size H0. 

The model is powered by a five-pole PIKO engine with two flywheel masses. Almost obligatory is the lighting in the colors red and white, which is of course designed in LED technology and changes with the direction of travel. A PIKO SmartDecoder 4.1 with matching vehicle sound is installed ex works.

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D.141 1019 FS IV

After the D.145, another model of an Italian shunting locomotive appears as a new design with the D.141, which is a few years older. The pleasing model, combined with the meticulous model implementation typical of PIKO, can be expected to be both inspiring and operational. It is already clear that the model will be an eye-catcher on every model railway layout due to absolutely precise engravings, the finest details and a perfect implementation of the model color design.

A PIKO SmartDecoder 4.1 with sound is installed ex works. Fitting parts for the exemplary design of the buffer screed are enclosed with the model.

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The 245 is a model of the series version, which differs from the pre-series locomotives by the number and design of the roof and side fans and the vent. Particularly noteworthy are the precisely manufactured parts and assemblies, such as the solid die-cast zinc frame, etched metal ventilation grilles, the prototypically detailed bogies and numerous, free-standing, attached parts, such as the front handlebars. The model has white / red light changes and is prepared for sound.

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BR 245 Diesel DB VI

The 245 is a model of the series version, which differs from the pre-series locomotives by the number and design of the roof and side fans and the chimney. Particularly precisely manufactured parts and assemblies are to be emphasized, such as the solid zinc die-cast frame, etched metal ventilation grilles, the exemplary detailed bogies and numerous, free-standing, attached parts, such as the front handle bars.

The decoder has a total of 23 switchable functions. Many typical locomotive noises such as engine noises, signal horns, brake squeaking, maneuvering and other noises such as e.B station announcements can be called up individually. Sound also possible in analog mode (engine noise only)

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Rh 2275 (NS) Era IV

Novelty 2021: The diesel-electric, four-axle bogie locomotives of the 2200 series of the Dutch State Railways NS shaped the time of traction change from steam to diesel locomotives in their procurement years from 1955 to 1958. Together with the 2400 series, 280 units were put into service. With their one-sided final driver's cabs and long stems, the machines embodied an American design. However, the Nazi machines were manufactured exclusively by Western European companies. The 100 km/h locomotives could not only be used in freight train and shunting service, but were also often used in front of passenger trains. Before heavy ore trains, up to four locomotives of the 900 hp engines were sometimes used in multiple traction.

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H0 Scale | Expert | PluX22
DF7C + DSS (Beijing Railway Bureau, Shijiazhuang District + Schild)

Diesel locomotive DF7C Beijing Railway Bureau, Shijiazhuang District + shield. The H0 model of the DF7C accurately reflects the proportions of the prototype. The varnishing and printing correspond exactly to the chosen model. The precisely reproduced housing with the hand rods and the finely engraved bogies convince with many attached details. The etched railings are as filigree as they are stable. The heavy die-cast zinc frame, in combination with a powerful five-pole engine, gives the model excellent driving characteristics. The DF7C from PIKO has a Plux22 interface and is prepared for easy retrofitting with sound.

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BR 132 295-7 Diesel DR IV

The PIKO model of the BR 132 of the Deutsche Reichsbahn in purple red has all the typical features of epoch IV. The handlebars are freestanding. The model is characterized by the finest painting and printing, free-standing handle bars, a die-cast zinc frame and a powerful five-pole motor, which guarantees balanced running characteristics with two balanced flywheel masses. 

The factory-installed PIKO sound decoder masters the DCC data formats with RailComPlus®, Motorola®, Selectrix® and M4. Many typical locomotive noises such as engine noise, signal horns, brake squeaking and others can be called up individually. Sound is also possible in analog mode.

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BR 120 DR IV

The BR 120 DR is characterized by an exact implementation of all relevant details of its prototype and convinces with the finest paintwork and printing, attached handlebars, sharply engraved bogie trims, machine room equipment, built-in driver's cab controls that can be digitally switched with a PluX22 decoder. The powerful five-pole motor with two flywheels ensures excellent driving characteristics. The powerful five-pole motor with two flywheels ensures excellent driving characteristics.

The factory-installed PIKO Smart Decoder 4.1 Sound for PluX22 of the latest generation masters the data formats DCC with RailComPlus, Motorola, Selectrix and is mfx-capable. The built-in loudspeaker is precisely tailored to the locomotive type.

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The locomotive is installed with a multi protocol sound decoder for DCC and RailComPlus®, Motorola®, Selectrix® and M4. It has the largest loudspeaker that could be fitted for this locomotive. The decoder has up to 23 switchable functions; Lots of typical locomotive sounds such as engine, signal horns, brake squeaking, shunting and other such as station announcements can be activated. The tail light can be switched separately. Sound is also possible in analog mode - however only engine sound.

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The PIKO model represents the first, consistently true-to-life H0 model of the DR series 131. The heavy zinc die-cast frame gives the PIKO model a force similar to the prototype, contributes to excellent running properties and ensures enormous tractive force. 

The handrail bars on the front sides are attached separately. As standard features of the PIKO Expert line, the Model-131 has close coupling kinematics, a motor with two large flywheels and a PluX22 digital interface. The retrofit with sound is prepared.

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The type 669 locomotives were initially produced only for export to the USSR by the ČKD Praha company, but between 1967 and 1969 112 locomotives were delivered to the Czechoslovak railway, CSD. The locomotives were used especially for heavy maneuvering and freight trains for short distances, they were nicknamed "Čmelak" (Bumblebee). In 1988 the locomotives received the 770 code and were in service until 2005 at the CD, today there are some locomotives at private operators. It is worth noting that all variants of this locomotive reach the impressive number of 8200 copies.

 

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The PIKO model of the SU 45 series of the PKP in epoch V convinces with many details, including specially attached handles and catwalks on the roof, replicas of the rotor blades under fine fan grilles, free-standing handle bars on the front and on the doors and correct displays of the dampers the precisely engraved bogies. The spacious driver's cabs were faithfully reproduced. 

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The PIKO model of the SP 45 series of the PKP in epoch V convinces with many details, including specially attached handles and catwalks on the roof, replicas of the rotor blades under fine fan grilles, free-standing handle bars on the front and on the doors and correct displays of the dampers the precisely engraved bogies. The spacious driver's cabs were faithfully reproduced.

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Electric locomotive 460 048 "Railaway" of the Swiss Federal Railways. Epoch VI.
Motor with flywheel. Drive on four axles. Two traction tyres. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards. LED illumination.
Model with digital decoder and digitally switchable sound and light functions as well as a buffer capacitor for an uninterruptible power supply.

Model with elaborate printing
Model with Faiveley pantographs

  • 1 axle with traction tires
  • 4 driving axles
  • NEM shaft 362 without close coupling mechanism
  • Minimum radius 358 mm
  • Flywheel
  • PluX22 Digital decoder
  • Sound
  • Electrical interface for traction units PluX22
  • Two direction dependent tail lights and dual headlights.
  • 5-pole motor
  • LED head light
  • Length over buffer: 212 mm