Diesel locomotive class 333 of the German Federal Railways, Epoch IV.
LED headlights that change over with the direction of travel. Digitally switchable electric coupling. Model with onboard decoder and digitally switchable sound and light functions
■ Complete new construction
■ With a new developed electronic coupling for the first time
■ Rich detailing on the model with many separately attached plug-in parts and freestanding handles
■ Model in true to the original light and sound functions
The German Federal Railway began using smaller shunting locomotives to shunt passenger and goods cars at railway stations early on. In 1965, the German company Gmeinder from Baden-Württemberg introduced a further development to existing shunting engines. The Köf 11 and the later Köf 12 (small engine with an oil diesel motor and fluid drive) was able to shunt multiple cars with ease. As the engines proved themselves, more than 600 engines from various construction lots were put into service. Even today, these engines are still used by Deutsche Bahn AG and countless private rail companies.
- Number of axles with traction tyres - 1
- Number of driven axles - 1
- Coupling - Digitally controllable
- Minimum radius - 358 mm
- Sound - yes
- Motor - 3 pole motor
- Buffer capacitor - yes
- Interior lighting - Yes
- Interior lighting - LED