Ellok klass Ce 119 'CargoNet', med digitaldekoder och ljudmodul, ljusväxling, längd över buffertar 217,2 mm, epok VI.
Road no.: 91 76 0119 002-3
Attached grip rails (head end)
Top-quality printing and painting
Driver's cab lighting
Prepared for sound, or with sound installed
Windscreen wipers attached individually
Different design of the train compartments
Driver's cab lighting switchable like the original
Long-distance headlights raise like the original
Smooth, steady setting off even in speed level 1
Setting off and braking delay like the original
Optimal power consumption
Chassis with free view and details true to the original
Simple, cable-free dismantling of the housing possible as well as non-twist locking lugs
Roof sections true to the different versions with 2 or 4 pantographs
True-to-original rest position of the pantographs
New, stricter safety specifications forced Bombardier to increase the crash safety of the TRAXX 1 locomotive body. As a result, the TRAXX 2 locomotives that have been manufactured since 2005 boast a vertical front section at the bottom as well as altered shunting treads on the fronts. Many components inside the vehicle were also simplified and standardised in order to be able to respond to customer desires in a more flexible manner whilst also reducing in-house production work. For instance, the time for the final assembly of a TRAXX locomotive has been reduced to a maximum of two weeks. In order to also be able to distinguish them in terms of their fleet number, the locomotives have been issued with the subclass numbers 185.2 and 146.2 to 146.5 at Deutsche Bahn AG. In the meantime, Bombardier has globally produced over 1500 units of this highly successful TRAXX family.
Brawa Nyhet 2017.