Diesel locomotive K
Translated Description from LENZ:
Kof II shunting locomotive - the prototype:
The Kof II series was developed as a low-mass, low-power locomotive for light shunting service and was used at small stations from 1932. Kof stands for a small locomotive with an oil engine (oil in this case = diesel) and liquid transmission. The prototype of our Kof 4151 was delivered by Jung to the DRG as Kb 4151 (b for benzene engine) in 1934 and renamed Kg 4151 in 1940 after conversion to generator gas operation. The Kof 4151 was converted in 1960 to a Deutz engine with hydrodynamic transmission. 1967 came the equipment with air brakes. Sometime in 1968 or later it was renumbered 321 018-4. Eleven years later, the Kof was retired. The whereabouts are unknown.
Kof II the models:
In addition to the Lenz-typical standard equipment, the Kof models offer
- Decoder with energy storage and numerous functions
- Typical Kof sound already integrated
- engine driver figure
Equipment of all Lenz Gauge 0 locomotives and traction units:
All Lenz Gauge 0 locomotives set standards in equipment, functionality and authenticity and have:
- Mixed construction metal/plastic
- high performance motor
- Wheel flange height less than 1.2 mm.
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- LüP 143 mm
- Remote Uncoupling
- Schraubk. nachrüstb
- Sprung Buffers
- Constant Lighting
- Directional Lighting
- Innen/Führerst. Bel.
- Digital/analog detection
- Interior Decoration
- Epoche 3
- Railway: DR
- 2 Powered Axles