diesel loco BR 212 041-8 DB Digital Sound

Item no.:  Lenz-40134-03
diesel loco BR 212 041-8 DB Digital Sound - Image 1
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  • Description
Brand
Lenz
product type
diesel loco
technical & model details
gauge O gauge
power supply Direct current DC
motor yes
flywheel yes
couplers Lenz digital coupling
light 3-light peak signal & 2 tail lights, changing with direction of travel
interior details driver cab
interior lighting driver cab
running number 212 041-8
special features Spring buffer
limited & exclusive editions x
Length 273
scale 1:45
Age notice not suitable under 14 years.
digital & sound
factory fitted Digital Sound
country
Germany DB
era (continental)
era IV

Model: O gauge DC. All Lenz O gauge locomotives set standards in equipment, functionality and faithfulness to the original and feature a mixed metal/plastic construction, a high-performance motor, automatic couplings, constant lighting, direction-dependent light change, spring buffers, metal wheelsets, wheel flange height less than 1.2 mm, automatic recognition of Lenz Digital (DCC) or conventional DC voltage operation (analogue).
When operating with Lenz-Digital, the following additional functions are available: Load control with particularly good slow speed characteristics, adjustable acceleration and braking delay, USP - uninterruptible signal processing, ABC - automatic brake control, RailCom - bidirectional communication, remote-controllable coupling, remote-controllable original sound, separately switchable front and rear end lighting, switchable driver's cab lighting.

Prototype: As a further development of the V 80 built in 1952, the first 5 very successful test locomotives of the V 100 series were built by MaK in 1958 for multi-purpose service. In 1961/62, a further 36 pilot locomotives were delivered. After that, a total of 364 locomotives with a 1,100 HP engine and 90 km/h top speed were built, also by other manufacturers - the later class 211.
For secondary lines, the power of the BR 211 (V 100.10) with 1,100 hp was sufficient, but for lines with gradients and on main lines, a higher engine power was required. There was already a Daimler 12-cylinder in a test locomotive (V 100 006), and based on this, the V 100.20 (later redesignated BR 212) initially received engines from Daimler with 1,350 hp. Later, some of the 12 cylinders were supplied by MAN, while the majority received Daimler diesels under license from Maybach.
Of the total of 381 built, ten locomotives were equipped for steep-grade service in the mid-1960s and classified as V 100 2332 to 2341, the later BR 213. These locomotives received, for example, a hydrodynamic brake and an additional transmission oil heat exchanger, which is why the auxiliary diesel was replaced by a battery charger with an external power supply. Some of these BR 213s replaced the BR 94.5s on the Rennsteigbahn, where they are still in service today.
After all of the locomotives in these series had been z-terminated by 2005, some models are now back in service after being overhauled: as construction locomotives as well as on museum and private railroads.
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Lenz ist seit über 30 Jahren auf dem Gebiet der Modelleisenbahn aktiv. Viele der heute als selbstverständlich geltenden Technologien zur Modellbahnsteuerungen sind Entwicklungen aus dem Hause Lenz. Das so genannte DCC-Format zur digitalen Steuerung von Modellbahnen jeder Baugröße wird weltweit eingesetzt und ist damit die am weitesten verbreitete Steuerung überhaupt, 1993 von der NMRA zum Standard erklärt.
Doch bereits vor der Entwicklung dieser digitalen Steuerung hat Lenz Meilensteine für den Modellbahner gesetzt, zum Beispiel mit dem "REPA Lok-Aus" und dem legendären "Teichmann-Regler". Lenz arbeitet ständig daran, die Beschäftigung mit der Modellbahn interessanter, abwechslungsreicher, aber auch einfacher zu gestalten: USP sichert auch bei unterbrochener Stromabnahme vom Gleis die lückenlose Datenübertragung in den Decoder, ABC sorgt für punktgenaues Halten vor Signalen, RailCom liefert Informationen aus der Lok zurück an das Digitalsystem

Der Einstieg von Lenz in die Baugröße 0 ist nicht nur bei den "altgedienten" Spur-Nullern gut angekommen, sondern hat auch zahlreiche Modellbahner inspiriert, in/mit dieser großartigen Spur einzusteigen. Lenz baut auch hier das Programm kontinuierlich aus, dabei wird aber nach wie vor auf größtmögliche Vorbildtreue, außergewöhnliche Technik und hohen Qualitätsstandard Wert gelegt.