BR 94.5 - the prototype
The tank locomotive BR 94.5 (pr T 16.1) with its around 1,070 hp was one of the most powerful shunting and shifting locomotives of the DRG, which could carry up to 1,800 tons on the level, and up to 280 tons on gradients of 25 ‰. Thanks to the low axle load, it could also be used on routes with a lighter superstructure. The 85-ton Prussian five-coupler drove forwards and backwards at first 40 km / h (94.2 / T 16), then later (like our 94.5 / T 16.1) with a reinforced frame 60 km / h. The area of application was the heavy shunting and shunting service as well as the transport of freight and passenger trains on steep routes; for this purpose, the locomotives were equipped with the Riggenbach counter-pressure brake.
BR 94.5 - the model
This locomotive model also impresses with its extensive equipment and - like all Lenz locomotives - with its detailed representation true to the original.
- Decoder with USP and energy storage as well as numerous functions and sound already integrated.
- Equipment of all Lenz gauge 0 locomotives and traction vehicles
- All Lenz gauge 0 locomotives set standards in terms of equipment, functionality and authenticity, and have unique options:
- Mixed construction metal / plastic
- Faulhaber motor
- remote controlled, automatic coupling
- Original sound, recorded by the operational BR94 of the Rennsteigbahn
- Constant light
- Direction-dependent light change
- Spring buffer
- Metal wheel sets
- Flange height less than 1.2 mm
- Automatic detection of Lenz digital (DCC) or conventional DC voltage operation (analog)