Tender locomotive type S 10.1 of the K.P.E.V.. Epoch I.
Model with integrated load sensing digital decoder and with true to the original sound from factory.
In true to the original livery and lettering. Furnished driver''''''''s cab. In-plane applied windows and unobstructed view between tank and chassis true to the original. Rich detailing on the fully moveable Heusinger control. Brake shoes between the driving wheels. Metal die-cast chassis. Maintenance- free motor with flywheel.
Drive on all 4 wheels. 4 traction tyres. Dual headlights on each end of the locomotive that change with the direction of travel. Close couplers on the tender of the locomotive. Automatic PROFI coupling with decoupling function on each end of the locomotive. Coupler pocket according to NEM 362 standards. Close coupler motion link on each end of the locomotive for real close coupling operation.
- True to the original sound
- maintenance-free motor
- low wheel flanges
- low mounted running metal boards and wheel housing
Matching items: 568901, 568603, 568604, 568004.
Prototype: Even as production started on the S 10, Henschel were given an order for the manufacture of a compound locomotive, which promised to deliver lower coal consumption. This locomotive, classified as the S 10.1, was not based on the S 10 and had a new design. The four-cylinder compound group was of the de Glehn type, which meant that the outside cylinders, set well to the rear, drove the second coupled axle and the inside cylinders drove the first coupled axle. The locomotives were larger and more powerful than the S 10 and, thanks to their compound groups, also more economical.
|Number of axles with traction tyres|| ||2|
|Number of driven axles|| ||2|
|Traction tyres|| ||4|
|Interior fitting|| ||Driver cabine|
|Coupling|| ||NEM shaft 362 with KK-kinematics|
|Digital decoder|| |
|Decoder mode|| ||DCC|
|Motor|| ||5-pole motor|
|Head light|| ||2-top light, alternating with direction|
|Length over buffer|| ||241 mm|